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Energy!. SOL Jeopardy. Matter. Kinds of Energy. Potential Or Kinetic. Motion. Force. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 600. 600. 600. 600. 600. 800. 800. 800. 800. 800. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000. 1000.

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SOL Jeopardy

Matter

Kinds of

Energy

Potential

Or Kinetic

Motion

Force

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Anything that takes up space and has mass is called:

A. Motion

B. Mass

C. Matter

D. Massachusetts

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The amount of matter making up an object is called:

A. Mass

B. Matter

C. Motion

D. Mixture

Mass!

Bonus

Jeopardy

You're hammering away now!

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Which of the following is not a state of matter?

A. Solid

B. Energy

C. Liquid

D. Gas

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Bonus

Jeopardy

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I don't know how I could have did doubted you!

When you notice an object’s texture, size, shape and color, you are doing what?

A. Observation

B. Question

C. Hypothesis

D. Conclusion

You are making an observation if you are noticing the properties of matter!

Bonus

Jeopardy

You use this energy to bake cookies

A. Thermal

B. Light

C. Nuclear

D. Mechanical

RIGHT!

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A. Light Energy

B. Chemical Energy

C. Heat Energy

D. Nuclear Energy

Bonus

Jeopardy

Most of our energy comes from

A. The kitchen

B. The power plants

C. The wall

D. The Sun

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Photosynthesis is an example of

A. Heat Energy

B. Chemical Energy

C. Nuclear Energy

D. Mechanical

Energy

Brillance

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Wind, water in a waterfall, and a plane speeding through the air are examples of

Mechanical

Energy

B. Light Enegy

C. Chemical Energy

D. Nuclear Energy

Cool!

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Energy in motion is called

A Kinetic Energy

B Potential

Energy

C Stored Energy

D Still energy

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but can you keep up with me?

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Potential Energy is

A. Kinetic energy

B. Moving energy

C. Stored energy

D. Living energy

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Which of the following has more potential energy?

A. A rubber band

stretched to 3 inches

B. A rubber band

stretched to 4 inches

C. A rubber band

stretched to 5 inches.

D. A rubber band

stretched to 6 inches.

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Which of the following in an example of potential energy?

A. A ball bouncing

B. A ball sitting at

the top of the hill

C. A ball rolling

D. A ball flying

in the air

Bonus

Jeopardy

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Which of the following is an example of potential energy?

A. A car going down a hill

B. A car going up a hill

C. A car in the driveway

D. A car racing on a track

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The movement of an object is called

A. Matter

B. Mass

C. Motion

D. Measurement

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What two things do you need to find the speed of an object?

Distance and

texture

B. Distance and time

C. Texture and color

D. Size and shape

Beautiful Day!

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Accelerate means

A. The object is moving faster

B. The object is moving slower

C. The object is moving

at the same speed.

D. The object is not moving at all

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Decelerate means

The object is moving

at the same speed

B. The object is moving faster

C. The object is slowing down

D. The object is not moving.

Which of the following is not a measurement of speed?

A. Miles per hour

B. Feet per minute

C. Centimeters per second

D. Feet per inch

EXCELLENT

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Any push or pull on an object is called

A. Force

B. Distance

C. Time

D. Friction

A force that slows the speed of a moving object is called

A. gravity

B. friction

C. motion

D decelerate

Bonus

Jeopardy

You passed with flying colors!

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A. gravity

B.friction

C. motion

D weight

To infinity and beyond!

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You are in a car and the driver slams on the brakes. If you aren’t wearing a seatbelt, you will probably

A. Go backward

B. Go forward

C. Go up

D. Go down

You will probably go forward because you would be an object in motion, continuing in motion.

Bonus

Jeopardy

There's no place like home!

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A. Go up

B. Go forward

C. Go backward

D. Go down

Bonus

Jeopardy

What's up?

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