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Nature of Science Jeopardy. You're right!. Click on me to return to the game board. Laboratory Procedures for $100. Trina drops a beaker on the floor and it breaks. What should Trina do first? . Try to pick up the pieces of glass. A. Kick the pieces under the table and out of the way. B.

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You're right!

Click on me to return to the game board.


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Laboratory Procedures for $100

Trina drops a beaker on the floor and it breaks. What should Trina do first?

Try to pick up the pieces of glass

A

Kick the pieces under the table and out of the way.

B

Tell the teacher what happened.

C


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Laboratory Procedures for $200

Aaron got a science investigation liquid in his eyes. What should Aaron do first?

Have his lab partner look at his eyes to see if there is any damage.

A

Flush his eyes with water for 15 minutes.

B

Rub his eyes to stop the burning.

C


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Laboratory Procedures for $300

Brent’s teacher told his class that they should wear closed-toed shoes when doing a science investigation. Why would Brent’s teacher say this?

Labs are usually cold so closed-toed shoes will keep your feet warm.

A

Closed-toed shoes protect your feet from spilled liquids and broken glass.

B

It is easier to trip in closed-toed shoes than open-toed shoes.

C


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Laboratory Procedures for $400

Which of the following should you do when you are doing a lab experiment?

read the directions carefully

A

place all of your books on your work area

B

eat a snack

C


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Laboratory Procedures for $500

Mandy is in the science lab. She is wearing an apron, safety goggles, and a hair tie to keep her long hair out of the way. She is looking over into a beaker of liquid as she stirs it.What could Mandy do that would be safer?

She could take off her goggles.

A

She could stand away from the beaker in case it splashes.

B

She could take off her apron.

C


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Way to go!

Yahoo!!!Click on me to return to the game board.


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Scientific Evidence for $100

Scott got an ant bite when he was playing in the yard. Which would be the best theory he could come up with about ants?

All bugs sting.

A

All ants sting

B

All ants bite.

C


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Scientific Evidence for $200

What is the best way to ensure an experiment has been run well and can be repeated?

Change observations after the test is done

A

Keep a good, detailed record of the test

B

Decide your conclusions before running the test

C


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Scientific Evidence for $300

A student has the idea that studying all night before a test will improve test scores. Which of the statements below is the best way to state his hypothesis?

A

If a student studies all night before the test, then the student's test scores will increase.

Good studying habits can decrease test scores.

B

Increased sleep the night before a test may or may not increase test scores.

C


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Scientific Evidence for $400

The plants that received4 hours of sunlight a day had the fewest leaves.

A

The chart shows data collected when bean plants were placed in sunlight for different lengths of time. Which conclusion is best supported by the data?

The plants that received 8 hours of sunlight a day grew the most leaves.

B

The plants given less than 10 hours of sunlight a day had the thickest stems.

C


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Scientific Evidence for $500

A boy decides to test the idea that seeds grow better in the dark. He has gathered seeds and put them on damp paper towels. Which of the following would be the best way for him to learn about this idea?

put one paper towel with seeds in a sunny window

A

put one paper towel with seeds in a sunny place and one in a dark closet

B

put one paper towel with seeds in a cold, dark closet

C


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Right On!!!

Woohoooo!!!Click on me to return to the game board.


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Experimental Design for $100

Joe must choose a science project. He wants to do an experiment. Which should he choose to answer?

Does salt water boil faster than plain water?

A

How tall are the trees in the rainforest?

B

What are my friends' favorite pizza toppings?

C


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Experimental Design for $200

Carlos is doing a science project. He wants to find out which school subject his classmates like best. He will ask them whether they prefer science, math, or recess. Which is the best hypothesis for his project?

I found out that 15 people like math.

A

First, I will ask everyone which subject they like best.

B

Most students like science best.

C


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Experimental Design for $300

Which of the following is true?

Observing and measuring are the only ways to collect data.

A

B

All science experiments use measuring.

Observing is one way to collect data.

C


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Experimental Design for $400

Latoya wanted to see how long it takes for ice to melt. On Friday, she placed 5 ice cubes on napkins. She timed how long it took the ice to melt. She recorded the data. The next day she did the same thing again. But it took much longer for the ice to melt. Why might this happen?

The room was hotter the second day.

A

The room was colder the second day.

B

Ice does not melt well on the weekend.

C


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Experimental Design for $500

Carlie is doing an experiment. She made a surprising discovery. What can she do to make sure that the results are reliable?

do the same experiment again

A

tell people what she found

B

move on to a new experiment

C


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Yeah!!Click on me to return to the game board.

Great Answer!!!


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Science Tools for $100

The tool below is called a ______ and is used to measure ______.

hot plate; temperature

A

balance; volume

B

C

balance; mass


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Science Tools for $200

Mass can be measured using a ________, and length can be measured using a ________.

compass; scale

A

balance; ruler

B

beaker; meter stick

C


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Science Tools for $300

Derek wants to measure how wide his classroom is. What tool should he use to do this?

A

Meter stick

Thermometer

B

Balance

C


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Science Tools for $400

Which of the following pieces of equipment should you use to keep your eyes safe during an experiment?

Safety pin

A

Safety goggles

B

Lab Coat

C


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Science Tools for $500

What temperature is shown in the thermometer?

30 degrees C

A

20 degrees C

B

40 degrees C

C


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So Smart!!!

Hip, Hip, Hurray!Click on me to return to the game board.


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Collect and Interpret Data for $100

Nicole collected data about fruit. She wants to display the data. She is making a bar graph. Which data did she most likely collect?

the number of apples she ate each day this month

A

B

how many of her friends like each kind of fruit

the number of friends with bananas in their lunch each day this week

C


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Collect and Interpret Data for $200

Miss Diaz wants to know what holiday her students like best. Which will she most likely do to collect data?

0bserve the students

A

make a hypothesis

B

ask a question

C


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Collect and Interpret Data for $300

Sierra asked which sports her friends like best. The data is shown below. Look at the data. Which is true?

8 of Sierra’s friends like football.

A

The fewest number of Sierra’s friends like baseball

B

They play basketball in the gym.

C


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Collect and Interpret Data for $400

Mia has a toy car. She uses two boards to make ramps. She makes one of the ramps higher than the other. She wants to find out if the height of the ramp affects how far the car rolls. She rolls the car down both ramps. How can she collect data to answer her question?

weigh the car

A

measure the length of the car

B

measure how far the car rolls

C


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Collect and Interpret Data for $500

Amy planted flower seeds. She planted seeds in 10 pots. The seeds were the same. The pots were all the same. She watered all of the plants. She gave them the same amount of water. She put 5 of them in the sun. She put 5 of the plants in the shade. The plants in the shade did not grow. What does this show?

The plants need water to grow.

A

B

The plants had too much water.

The plants need sun to grow.

C


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Are you ready for

Final Jeopardy???

With your team, decide how much to wager.


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Final Jeopardy

What is the “BIG IDEA” in Science for the 1st nine weeks?

The Natural World

A

Nature of Science

B

Living Systems

C



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