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  1. JEOPARDY!

  2. Essentials Of Life Air Cycle Water Cycle Nutrient Cycle Pollution 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. C1-100 The four non-living essentials of life A

  4. 100-answer Water, air, sun and minerals

  5. C1-200 Why is the sun so important to life? A

  6. 200-answer The sun is power source for life on earth. It provides heat, energy and light.

  7. C1-300 The molecular symbol of water. A

  8. 300-answer H2O

  9. C1-400 The place where minerals are found on earth. A

  10. 400-answer Soil.

  11. C1-500 The three main gasses that make up air. A

  12. 500-answer Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide

  13. C2-100 The gas animals and humans breathe in during respiration. A

  14. 100-answer Oxygen.

  15. C2-200 The process in plants that allows them to produce their own food by using light from the sun, along with water and nutrients from the soil to make sugar and release carbon dioxide. A

  16. 200-answer Photosynthesis

  17. C2-300 The gas that plants intake during photosynthesis. A

  18. 300-answer Carbon Dioxide

  19. C2-400 The toxins that enter into the air from factories, cars and even cows. A

  20. 400-answer Air pollution

  21. C2-500 During the air ballet, we were able to start with either the animals or the plants because photosynthesis and respiration are _________ reactions. A

  22. 500-answer Opposite

  23. C3-100 The sun causes water to do this during the water cycle. A

  24. 100-answer Evaporate.

  25. C3-200 What are the three main steps in the water cycle? A

  26. 200-answer Evaporation, condensation, precipitation

  27. C3-300 The step of the water cycle that comes after condensation. A

  28. 300-answer Precipitation

  29. C3-400 The step during the water cycle when clouds are formed. A

  30. 400-answer Condensation

  31. C3-500 The process during which plants “sweat” out water through their leaves. A

  32. 500-answer Transpiration

  33. C4-100 In a _____ _____, energy and nutrients are transferred from organism to organism through consumption A

  34. 100-answer Food chain

  35. C4-200 This organism breaks down dead plants and animals (and animal waste) to return nutrients to the soil. A

  36. 200-answer Decomposer

  37. C4-300 An organism that creates its own food A

  38. 300-answer Producer

  39. C4-400 After the nutrients have been returned to the soil, they are then _______by plant roots. A

  40. 400-answer Absorbed

  41. C4-500 Humans and animals gain nutrients by eating plants or other animals. We call this ______. A

  42. 500-answer Ingestion

  43. C5-100 Give an type of pollution A

  44. 100-answer Possible answers: water, air, etc.

  45. C5-200 Give an example of pollution. A

  46. 200-answer Possible answers: littering, dumping contaminants into water, car emissions, etc.

  47. C5-300 Which of the cycles can be affected by pollution? A

  48. 300-answer Possible answers: Air Cycle, Water Cycle, Nutrient Cycle, all of them

  49. C5-400 Water that is drained from the land and returns to a body of water is called ________ A

  50. 400-answer Run-off