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Who Wants To Be A Millionaire on Oceans?

5th Grade

Background Credit: http://www.weebay.com


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Your Mission:

  • Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to find clues to complete the secret message while you answer tough questions thrown at you by the Space Martians. You need to complete this mission before the end of the day, otherwise the Martians will take over earth! Record the clues on a piece of paper. Good luck!

Picture Credit”

http://www.paintbynumberz.com/_uimages/edison.gif


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The Ocean covers _______ % of the Earth’s surface?

http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/assets/images/2002/Aug-26-2002/ocean.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

A. 71

C. 90

B. 50

D. 30


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The Ocean covers _______ % of the Earth’s surface?

http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/assets/images/2002/Aug-26-2002/ocean.jpg

A. 71

C. 90

B. 50

D. 30

It is almost ¾ or 0.75


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The Ocean covers _______ % of the Earth’s surface?

http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/assets/images/2002/Aug-26-2002/ocean.jpg

A. 71

50:50

B. 50


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Oops!

Click to Continue


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The Ocean covers _______ % of the Earth’s surface?

Time's Up!!!

http://www.lbl.gov/Science-Articles/Archive/assets/images/2002/Aug-26-2002/ocean.jpg

A. 71

C. 90

B. 50

D. 30

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The Ocean covers 71 % of the Earth’s surface?

http://www.camelotdesign.com/beach3.htm

Click to Continue

D..


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I’ll take $100 any day. Thanks.

Click to record $100

Click to Continue


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The deepest areas of the ocean are called the _______________.

http://www.nycenet.edu/dis/multicultural/images/Globe20Animation.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

A. Deep zone

C. surface

B. abyss

D. reef


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The deepest areas of the ocean are called the _______________.

http://www.nycenet.edu/dis/multicultural/images/Globe20Animation.gif

A. Deep zone

C. surface

B. abyss

D. reef

Reefs are found near the surface.


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The deepest areas of the ocean are called the _______________.

http://www.nycenet.edu/dis/multicultural/images/Globe20Animation.gif

50:50

C. surface

B. abyss


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Click to Continue _______________.

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html


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The deepest areas of the ocean are called the _______________.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.nycenet.edu/dis/multicultural/images/Globe20Animation.gif

A. Deep zone

C. surface

B. abyss

D. reef

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The deepest areas of the ocean are called the _______________.abyss.

http://www.ocean.udel.edu/extreme2002/images/splashanimation1.gif

Click to Continue

D..


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I’ve got an idea! You study and we can win! _______________.

Click to record $200

Click to Continue


The area of the ocean h as the most plant and animal life l.jpg
The ____________ area of the ocean _______________.has the MOST plant and animal life.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

Give Hint!

C. Continental shelf

A. abyss

B. Continental rise

D. Continental margin


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The ____________ area of the ocean has the MOST plant and animal life.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

C. Continental shelf

A. abyss

B. Continental rise

D. Continental margin

It is not the continental rise!


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The ____________ area of the ocean has the MOST plant and animal life.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

C. Continental shelf

B. Continental rise


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Click to Continue animal life.


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The ____________ area of the ocean has the MOST plant and animal life.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

C. Continental shelf

A. abyss

B. Continental rise

D. Continental margin

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The animal life.continental shelf of the ocean has the MOST plant and animal life.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

Click to Continue


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You are heading towards the finish line. Congr animal life.atulations!

Click to record $300

Click to Continue


The area of the ocean is the descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom l.jpg
The __________ area of the ocean is the descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

Give Hint!

C. Ocean basin

A. Continental margin

B. Continental shelf

D. Continental slope


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The __________ area of the ocean is the descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

Give Hint!

C. Ocean basin

A. Continental margin

B. Continental shelf

D. Continental slope

The word descent means to go downwards!


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The __________ area of the ocean is the descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

B. Continental shelf

D. Continental slope


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Oops! continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

Click to Continue


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The __________ area of the ocean is the descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

C. Ocean basin

A. Continental margin

B. Continental shelf

D. Continental slope

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The continental shelf to the ocean bottom.continental slope is the area of the ocean is the descent from the continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

Click to Continue

D..


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Oh! Peachy! continental shelf to the ocean bottom.

Click to record $400

Click to Continue


Which of the following is not one of the three ocea n climates l.jpg
Which of the following is NOT one of the three ocea continental shelf to the ocean bottom.n climates?

http://physics.nist.gov/Divisions/Div846/ICRM/Images/Arctic.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

C. frigid

A. temperature

B. arctic

D. tropical


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Which of the following is NOT one of the three ocean climates?

http://physics.nist.gov/Divisions/Div846/ICRM/Images/Arctic.jpg

C. frigid

A. temperature

B. arctic

D. tropical

The word describes the North or South Pole!


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Which of the following is NOT one of the three ocean climates?

http://physics.nist.gov/Divisions/Div846/ICRM/Images/Arctic.jpg

50:50

C. frigid

B. arctic


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Click to Continue climates?

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html


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Which of the following is NOT one of the three ocean climates?

http://physics.nist.gov/Divisions/Div846/ICRM/Images/Arctic.jpg

Time's Up!!!

C. frigid

A. temperature

B. arctic

D. tropical

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Artic climates? is NOT one of the three ocean climates.

http://www.oneworld.net/penguin/pollution/arctic.gif

Click to Continue

D..


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You’re too smart for me! climates?

Click to record $500

Click to Continue


Special submarines that explore the deepest part of the ocean are called l.jpg
Special submarines that explore the deepest part of the ocean are called _______________.

http://www.enoreo.on.ca/citw/picturebook/images/delta_l.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

A. submarines

C. subexplorers

B. Deep sea boats

D. submersibles


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Special submarines that explore the deepest part of the ocean are called _______________.

http://www.enoreo.on.ca/citw/picturebook/images/delta_l.gif

A. submarines

C. subexplorers

B. Deep sea boats

D. submersibles

The key word is a special submarine!


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Special submarines that explore the deepest part of the ocean are called _______________.

http://www.enoreo.on.ca/citw/picturebook/images/delta_l.gif

C. subexplorers

50:50

D. submersibles


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Oops! ocean are called _______________.

Click to Continue


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Special submarines that explore the deepest part of the ocean are called _______________.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.enoreo.on.ca/citw/picturebook/images/delta_l.gif

A. submarines

C. subexplorers

B. Deep sea boats

D. submersibles

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Special submarines that explore the deepest part of the ocean are called submersibles.

http://www.gartlanusa.com/animation/yellow_anim.gif

Click to Continue

D..


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Fantastic Start. Keep up the tremendous work you are doing.

Click to record $600

Click to Continue


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Thin gs float most easily in ___________ water.

http://medweb.bham.ac.uk/easdec/prevention/images/salt.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

A. salty

C. sugar

B. fresh

D. pool


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Things float most easily in ___________ water.

http://medweb.bham.ac.uk/easdec/prevention/images/salt.jpg

A. salty

C. sugar

B. fresh

D. pool

NACL + H20!


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Things float most easily in ___________ water.

http://medweb.bham.ac.uk/easdec/prevention/images/salt.jpg

50:50

A. salty

B. fresh



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Things float most easily in ___________ water.

Time's Up!!!

http://medweb.bham.ac.uk/easdec/prevention/images/salt.jpg

A. salty

C. sugar

B. fresh

D. pool

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Things float most easily in salty water.

http://medweb.bham.ac.uk/easdec/prevention/images/salt.jpg

Click to Continue


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You’re so good-I’m at a loss for words.

Click to record $700

Click to Continue


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Currents are caused by ______________.

http://www.mauicaps.com/windsurf_loop_animation.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

C. rain

A. wind

B. sand

D. Water


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Currents are caused by ______________.

http://www.mauicaps.com/windsurf_loop_animation.gif

C. rain

A. wind

B. sand

D. Water

It is the same thing that makes a kite fly!


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Currents are caused by ______________.

http://www.mauicaps.com/windsurf_loop_animation.gif

50:50

A. wind

D. Water


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Click to Continue

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html


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Currents are caused by ______________.

http://www.mauicaps.com/windsurf_loop_animation.gif

Time's Up!!!

C. rain

A. wind

B. sand

D. Water

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Currents are caused by wind.

http://www.a1freesoundeffects.com/weather.html

Click to Continue

http://earthsci.org/energy/wind/aer.gif


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We are the best in the world!

Click to record $800

Click to Continue


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_____________ are made of the stony skeletons of millions of coral animals.

http://nature.org/joinanddonate/rescuereef/images/coralreefbycorbis.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

C. plankton

A. barriers

B. Coral reefs

D. Sea urchins


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_____________ are made of the stony skeletons of millions of coral animals.

http://nature.org/joinanddonate/rescuereef/images/coralreefbycorbis.jpg

C. plankton

A. barriers

B. Coral reefs

D. Sea urchins

They also provide for 25% of marine species!


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_____________ are made of the stony skeletons of millions of coral animals.

http://nature.org/joinanddonate/rescuereef/images/coralreefbycorbis.jpg

50:50

C. plankton

B. Coral reefs


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Oops! coral animals.

Click to Continue


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_____________ are made of the stony skeletons of millions of coral animals.

Time's Up!!!

http://nature.org/joinanddonate/rescuereef/images/coralreefbycorbis.jpg

C. plankton

A. barriers

B. Coral reefs

D. Sea urchins

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Coral Reefs coral animals. are made of the stony skeletons of millions of coral animals.

Click to hear dolphins clicking!

D..

Click to Continue

http://www.junglewalk.com/popup.asp?type=v&AnimalvideoID=590


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Answer! Be Careful so the Martians don’t get you! coral animals.

Click to record $900

Click to Continue


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A major part of the ocean food chain are _____________ , microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.

http://www.aquariauk.com/images/plankton.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

A. kelp

C. fish

B. seaweed

D. plankton


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A major part of the ocean food chain are _____________ , microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.

http://www.aquariauk.com/images/plankton.jpg

A. kelp

C. fish

B. seaweed

D. plankton

It is eaten by small fish!


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A major part of the ocean food chain are _____________ , microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.

http://www.aquariauk.com/images/plankton.jpg

50:50

A. kelp

D. plankton


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Click to Continue microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.


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A major part of the ocean food chain are _____________ , microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.aquariauk.com/images/plankton.jpg

A. kelp

C. fish

B. seaweed

D. plankton

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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A major part of the ocean food chain are microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.Plankton, microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.

http://www.geocities.com/planktonguy/

Click to Continue


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At long last, we are making progress! microscopic organisms that float and drift near the surface of the ocean.

Click to record $1000

Click to Continue


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Ocean ____________ are the steady movements of the ocean's surface water in a certain direction.

http://www.keystrokepros.com/images/bevwave.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

A. Motions

C. currents

B. cycles

D. storms


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Ocean ____________ are the steady movements of the ocean's surface water in a certain direction.

http://www.keystrokepros.com/images/bevwave.gif

A. Motions

C. currents

B. cycles

D. storms

Wind causes the ocean ______!


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Ocean ____________ are the steady movements of the ocean's surface water in a certain direction.

50:50

http://www.keystrokepros.com/images/bevwave.gif

C. currents

B. cycles


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Oops! surface water in a certain direction.

Click to Continue


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Ocean ____________ are the steady movements of the ocean's surface water in a certain direction.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.keystrokepros.com/images/bevwave.gif

A. Motions

C. currents

B. cycles

D. storms

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Ocean surface water in a certain direction.currents are the steady movements of the ocean's surface water in a certain direction.

http://www.a1freesoundeffects.com/weather.html

Click to Continue

http://www.keystrokepros.com/images/bevwave.gif


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Wow, you’re good! surface water in a certain direction.

Click to record $2000

Click to Continue


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Zooplankton are the type of plankton that are _______________.

http://www.uga.edu/srel/ESSite/zooplankton.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

A. animals

C. birds

B. plants

D. fish


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Zooplankton are the type of plankton that are _______________.

http://www.uga.edu/srel/ESSite/zooplankton.jpg

A. animals

C. birds

B. plants

D. fish

What do you find at a Zoo?


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Zooplankton are the type of plankton that are _______________.

http://www.uga.edu/srel/ESSite/zooplankton.jpg

50:50

A. animals

B. plants


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Oops! _______________.

Click to Continue


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Zooplankton are the type of plankton that are _______________.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.uga.edu/srel/ESSite/zooplankton.jpg

A. animals

C. birds

B. plants

D. fish

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Zooplankton are the type of plankton that are _______________.animals.

http://www.uga.edu/srel/ESSite/zooplankton.jpg

Click to Continue


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Smile, but don’t stop now or the Martians will run over you!

Click to record $3000

Click to Continue


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In an aquatic ecosystem, plants and animals interact with their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

http://www.weebay.com/Fish.htm

50:50

Give Hint!

C. Water temperature

A. Skeletons of coral

B. sunlight

D. fish


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In an aquatic ecosystem, plants and animals interact with their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

http://www.weebay.com/Fish.htm

C. Water temperature

A. Skeletons of coral

B. sunlight

D. fish

If you have a not before non-living, that means what is living!


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In an aquatic ecosystem, plants and animals interact with their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

http://www.weebay.com/Fish.htm

50:50

B. sunlight

D. fish


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Click to Continue their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?


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In an aquatic ecosystem, plants and animals interact with their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

Time's Up!!!

http://www.weebay.com/Fish.htm

C. Water temperature

A. Skeletons of coral

B. sunlight

D. fish

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Fish their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment? are NOT a non-living part of their environment.

Click to Continue

http://www.combat-fishing.com/marlinmassacre.html


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Magnificent Job! their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

Click to record $4000

Click to Continue


Underwater mounta i ns are called l.jpg
Underwater mounta their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?ins are called ________________.

http://www.pbs.org/harriman/images/log/album/aug14/seamounts.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

C. mountains

A. Cays

B. islands

D. seamounts


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Underwater mountains are called ________________. their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

http://www.pbs.org/harriman/images/log/album/aug14/seamounts.jpg

C. mountains

A. Cays

B. islands

D. seamounts

It is not a cay!!


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Underwater mountains are called ________________. their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

http://www.pbs.org/harriman/images/log/album/aug14/seamounts.jpg

C. mountains

50:50

D. seamounts


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Oops! their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

Click to Continue


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Underwater mountains are called ________________. their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

Time's Up!!!

http://www.pbs.org/harriman/images/log/album/aug14/seamounts.jpg

C. mountains

A. Cays

B. islands

D. seamounts

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Underwater mountains are called their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?seamounts.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

Click to Continue

D..


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Thanks for noticing me! their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?

Click to record $5000

Click to Continue


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Tra their nonliving environment. Which of the following is NOT a non-living part of their environment?de winds are warm currents that blow from the _______________ to the equator.

http://nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/eo3/science/nasa-tradewinds.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

A. southwest

C. northeast

B. south

D. west


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Trade winds are warm currents that blow from the _______________ to the equator.

http://nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/eo3/science/nasa-tradewinds.jpg

A. southwest

C. northeast

B. south

D. west

It is in the direction that the sun rises!


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Trade winds are warm currents that blow from the _______________ to the equator.

http://nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/eo3/science/nasa-tradewinds.jpg

50:50

A. southwest

C. northeast


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Click to Continue _______________ to the equator.

Picture Credit:

http://school.discovery.com/clipart/category/anmt0.html


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Trade winds are warm currents that blow from the _______________ to the equator.

Time's Up!!!

http://nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/eo3/science/nasa-tradewinds.jpg

A. southwest

C. northeast

B. south

D. west

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Trade winds are warm currents that blow from the _______________ to the equator.northeast to the equator.

http://nmp.jpl.nasa.gov/eo3/science/nasa-tradewinds.jpg

Click to Continue

D..


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You must have your thinking cap on! _______________ to the equator.

Click to record $6000

Click to Continue


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Birds and other animals sometimes mistakenly eat plastic bags floating in the water because they look like __________________.

http://www.ekac.org/jellyfish.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

A. jellyfish

C. crayfish

B. sharks

D. pompano


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Birds and other animals sometimes mistakenly eat plastic bags floating in the water because they look like __________________.

http://www.ekac.org/jellyfish.gif

A. jellyfish

C. crayfish

B. sharks

D. pompano

They can sting you!


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Birds and other animals sometimes mistakenly eat plastic bags floating in the water because they look like __________________.

http://www.ekac.org/jellyfish.gif

50:50

A. jellyfish

D. pompano


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Oops! bags floating in the water because they look like __________________.

Click to Continue


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Birds and other animals sometimes mistakenly eat plastic bags floating in the water because they look like __________________.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.ekac.org/jellyfish.gif

A. jellyfish

C. crayfish

B. sharks

D. pompano

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Birds and other animals sometimes mistakenly eat plastic bags floating in the water because they look like jellyfish.

http://www.ekac.org/jellyfish.gif

Click to Continue

D..


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Moving right along! bags floating in the water because they look like

Click to record $7000

Click to Continue


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Which of the following ocean animals are in danger of becoming extinct?

http://www.mnmdigitalart.com/Tortueanime.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

  • Sea urchins

C. lobsters

B. sea turtles

D. crabs


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Which of the following ocean animals are in danger of becoming extinct?

http://www.mnmdigitalart.com/Tortueanime.gif

  • Sea urchins

C. lobsters

B. sea turtles

D. crabs

They lay their eggs on the beach in the sand!


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Which of the following ocean animals are in danger of becoming extinct?

http://www.mnmdigitalart.com/Tortueanime.gif

50:50

  • Sea urchins

B. sea turtles


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Which of the following ocean animals are in danger of becoming extinct?

Time's Up!!!

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  • Sea urchins

C. lobsters

B. sea turtles

D. crabs

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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Sea Turtles becoming extinct? are in danger of becoming extinct.

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D..

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You a mighty fast lear becoming extinct?ner!

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The average depth of the ocean is l.jpg
The average depth of the ocean is ______________. becoming extinct?

http://www.mbari.org/~oreilly/schoolPresentation/seafloor/ropedepth.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

C. 2.5 miles

A. 50 miles

B. 20 miles

D. 5 miles


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The average depth of the ocean is ______________. becoming extinct?

http://www.mbari.org/~oreilly/schoolPresentation/seafloor/ropedepth.gif

C. 2.5 miles

A. 50 miles

B. 20 miles

D. 5 miles

It is less than 10 miles!


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The average depth of the ocean is ______________. becoming extinct?

http://www.mbari.org/~oreilly/schoolPresentation/seafloor/ropedepth.gif

50:50

C. 2.5 miles

D. 5 miles


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Oops! becoming extinct?

Click to Continue


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The average depth of the ocean is ______________. becoming extinct?

Time's Up!!!

http://www.mbari.org/~oreilly/schoolPresentation/seafloor/ropedepth.gif

C. 2.5 miles

A. 50 miles

B. 20 miles

D. 5 miles

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The average depth of the ocean is 2.5 or 2 1/2 miles! becoming extinct?We use sonar to find out the depth. You can hear it now!

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Click to Continue

D..


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Keep facing your Challenges! becoming extinct?

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The continental rise is made up of particles of sand and soil called ________________.

http://www.svd.se/statiskt/resor/images/Libyen_021016/sand.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

C. sandstone

A. mountains

B. piles

D. sediment


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The continental rise is made up of particles of sand and soil called ________________.

http://www.svd.se/statiskt/resor/images/Libyen_021016/sand.gif

C. sandstone

A. mountains

B. piles

D. sediment

The word is similar to the layered type of rock!


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The continental rise is made up of particles of sand and soil called ________________.

http://www.svd.se/statiskt/resor/images/Libyen_021016/sand.gif

50:50

C. sandstone

D. sediment


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Click to Continue soil called ________________.

Picture Credit:

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The continental rise is made up of particles of sand and soil called ________________.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.svd.se/statiskt/resor/images/Libyen_021016/sand.gif

C. sandstone

A. mountains

B. piles

D. sediment

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The continental rise is made up of particles of sand and soil called sediment.

http://www.svd.se/statiskt/resor/images/Libyen_021016/sand.gif

Click to Continue

D..


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You can’t run away! You are doing so well! soil called

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The major warm water current that brings warmth to the east coast of the usa is called the l.jpg
The major warm water current that brings warmth to the east coast of the USA is called the ___________.

http://www.cfm.brown.edu/people/gcyuan/pics/gulfstream.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

C. Gulf Stream

A. Equator Current

B. Atlantic Stream

C. Pacific Current


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The major warm water current that brings warmth to the east coast of the USA is called the ___________.

http://www.cfm.brown.edu/people/gcyuan/pics/gulfstream.jpg

C. Gulf Stream

A. Equator Current

B. Atlantic Stream

C. Pacific Current

The water between Mexico and Florida is called?


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The major warm water current that brings warmth to the east coast of the USA is called the ___________.

http://www.cfm.brown.edu/people/gcyuan/pics/gulfstream.jpg

C. Gulf Stream

50:50

C. Pacific Current


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Oops! coast of the USA is called the ___________.

Click to Continue


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The major warm water current that brings warmth to the east coast of the USA is called the ___________.

Time's Up!!!

http://www.cfm.brown.edu/people/gcyuan/pics/gulfstream.jpg

C. Gulf Stream

A. Equator Current

B. Atlantic Stream

C. Pacific Current

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The major warm water current that brings warmth to the east coast of the USA is called the Gulf Stream. Think of Gulf of Mexico!

http://www.cfm.brown.edu/people/gcyuan/pics/gulfstream.jpg

Click to Continue

D..


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Don’t stop your good work agent! You got $11000 coast of the USA is called the

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A deep canyon in the ocean floor is called a l.jpg
A deep canyon in the ocean floor is called a _________? coast of the USA is called the

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

Give Hint!

A. trench

C. hole

B. abyss

D. canyon


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A deep canyon in the ocean floor is called a _________? coast of the USA is called the

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

A. trench

C. hole

B. abyss

D. canyon

It is not abyss!


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A deep canyon in the ocean floor is called a _________? coast of the USA is called the

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

50:50

A. trench

B. abyss


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Click to Continue coast of the USA is called the


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A deep canyon in the ocean floor is called a _________? coast of the USA is called the

Time's Up!!!

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

A. trench

C. hole

B. abyss

D. canyon

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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A deep canyon in the ocean floor is called a coast of the USA is called the trench.

http://www.mos.org/oceans/planet/features.html

Click to Continue

D..


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We’re the top Act! coast of the USA is called the

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A huge destructive wave in the coastal regions is called a l.jpg
A huge destructive wave in the coastal regions is called a _________?

http://oregonstate.edu/research/Images/wave.jpg

50:50

Give Hint!

  • Hyper wave

C. atoll

B. tsunami wave

D. hurricane


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A huge destructive wave in the coastal regions is called a _________?

http://oregonstate.edu/research/Images/wave.jpg

  • Hyper wave

C. atoll

B. tsunami wave

D. hurricane

It has a particular name!


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A huge destructive wave in the coastal regions is called a _________?

http://oregonstate.edu/research/Images/wave.jpg

50:50

C. atoll

B. tsunami wave


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Oops! _________?

Click to Continue


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A huge destructive wave in the coastal regions is called a _________?

Time's Up!!!

http://oregonstate.edu/research/Images/wave.jpg

  • Hyper wave

C. atoll

B. tsunami wave

D. hurricane

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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A huge destructive wave in the coastal regions is called a _________?tsunami wave.

http://oregonstate.edu/research/Images/wave.jpg

Click to Continue

D..


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You’re lightening awesome! _________?

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The major cause of tides is the l.jpg
The major cause of tides is the ______? _________?

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/tides.gif

50:50

Give Hint!

C. moon’s gravity

A. tornadoes

B. hurricanes

D. sun’s gravity


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The major cause of tides is the ______? _________?

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/tides.gif

C. moon’s gravity

A. tornadoes

B. hurricanes

D. sun’s gravity

It circles the earth!


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The major cause of tides is the ______? _________?

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/tides.gif

C. moon’s gravity

50:50

D. sun’s gravity


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Click to Continue _________?

Picture Credit:

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The major cause of tides is the ______? _________?

Time's Up!!!

http://static.howstuffworks.com/gif/tides.gif

C. moon’s gravity

A. tornadoes

B. hurricanes

D. sun’s gravity

You have 10 seconds to ask someone sitting beside you for help!


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The major cause of tides is the _________?moon’s gravity.

http://mbgnet.mobot.org/salt/sandy/anim3.gif

Click to Continue

D..


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My dream came true! _________?

Click to record $14000

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Congratulations! _________?

  • You have won $1,000,000. In order to not lose that money to the Martians, you must solve the mystery using all the clues you collected.

  • The Question is:

    What is the Space Martians favorite sport?

A. basketball

C. baseball

B. Hang gliding

D. Martian ball

E. football

F. skiing



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Wow! You are some smart, intelligent unbelievable, incredible, magnificent, superior, one of a kind human! I hope we meet again to solve the next Martian mystery. Hit the escape button to end the game. Click on File-Close and then you can do File Open to open another game!

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