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Planetary Jeopardy

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  • 1. Welcome To Planetary Jeopardy
  • 2.
    • Enjoy Planetary Jeopardy
    • Choose players or groups - Individuals or Teams can play!
    • When a player knows an answer, he or she is to raise a hand to answer if playing in a group, or say “Beep” and answer if playing with one other person. Player #1 or Team #1 chooses a category and question dollar amount first.
    • Teacher or MC reads the “answer” completely , then contestants can respond.
    • After a response is given by a player, click anywhere on the slide to see the correct response.
    • Scores can be recorded by the teacher or MC.
    • Then, click “To Game Board” and continue the game until all categories are finished.
  • 3. Game Board $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Don’t Moon Me Houston, we have a problem Take a Spin Roman Gods Can You Planet?
  • 4. The smallest of the planets $100
  • 5. What is Pluto? $100 To Game Board
  • 6. Separates the inner and outer planets $200
  • 7. What is the asteroid belt? $200 To Game Board
  • 8. Has a giant red spot believed to be storms $300
  • 9. What is Jupiter? $300 To Game Board
  • 10. The hottest of all planets $400
  • 11. What is Venus? $400 To Game Board
  • 12. Has the largest volcano in the entire solar system $500
  • 13. What is Mars? $500 To Game Board
  • 14. Named for the Roman god of time, our 6 th day is derived from this name $100
  • 15. Who was Saturn? $100 To Game Board
  • 16. Name for the winged messenger of the gods, known for his speed $200
  • 17. Who was Mercury? $200 To Game Board
  • 18. Named for Gaia, who gave birth to the sea and sky $300
  • 19. What is Earth? $300 To Game Board
  • 20. He was god of the underworld $400
  • 21. Who was Pluto? $400 To Game Board
  • 22. His symbol is a lightning bolt and his Greek equivalent is Zeus. $500
  • 23. Who is Jupiter? $500 To Game Board
  • 24. It takes approximately 23 hours, 56 minutes to make one complete turn on its axis. $100
  • 25. What is Earth? $100 To Game Board
  • 26. It has a day most similar to that of Earth. $200
  • 27. What is Mars? $200 To Game Board
  • 28. Until 1999, these planets had changed orbits $300
  • 29. What are Pluto and Neptune? $300 To Game Board
  • 30. One year on this planet equals 248 Earth years. $400
  • 31. What is Pluto? $400 To Game Board
  • 32. The planet that turns the slowest on its axis, creating the longest day in the solar system. $500
  • 33. What is Venus? $500 To Game Board
  • 34. The Viking spacecraft showed that its atmosphere is mostly carbon dioxide and that life as we know it probably never existed. $100
  • 35. What is Mars? $100 To Game Board
  • 36. Satellite maps showed a hole in the ozone layer above Antarctica. $200
  • 37. What is Earth? $200 To Game Board
  • 38. Only the Hubble Telescope has sent back pictures of this far away planet. $300
  • 39. What is Pluto? $300 To Game Board
  • 40. Pioneer 11 sent back information about its giant red spot. $400
  • 41. What is Jupiter? $400 To Game Board
  • 42. Launched by the Soviets, Venera 7 was the first spacecraft to land on this planet, or any other planet $500
  • 43. What was Venus? $500 To Game Board
  • 44. Luna $100
  • 45. What is the name of Earth’s moon? $100 To Game Board
  • 46. Ganymede, belonging to this planet, is the largest moon in the solar system. $200
  • 47. What is Jupiter? $200 To Game Board
  • 48. Phobos $300
  • 49. What is one moon of Mars? $300 To Game Board
  • 50. Its single moon is almost as large as the planet itself. $400
  • 51. What is Pluto? $400 To Game Board
  • 52. This planet’s moon orbits the planet backwards. $500
  • 53. What is Neptune? (Triton) $500 To Game Board
  • 54. Final Jeopardy Category: _________ Final Jeopardy Click for “Answer”
  • 55. This was the first planet to be discovered with the use of a telescope. Click to see the correct response!
  • 56. What is Uranus Exit Game
  • 57. Thank You for Playing Acknowledgements: Graphics: Microsoft Office Clip Art and Media Jeopardy Template: B. Burkett October 2003 _______ Jeopardy!
  • 58. Be Curious… Read & Learn More about ________!