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4th Grade Ch 8 Chalkboard Challenge (Jeopardy) Review Game

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  1. Chalkboard Challenge
  2. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Minerals Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Igneous Rocks Metamorphic Rocks 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 Let’s Play Final Challenge
  3. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Natural, nonliving solid crystals that make up rocks 100What are minerals? Minerals for 100
  4. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Out of the over 3,000 identified minerals, the small number of minerals that make up rocks200What are rock forming- minerals? Minerals for 200
  5. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board One of the easiest physical properties to see of a mineral. 300What is color? Minerals for 300
  6. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The color of a mineral’s powder when it is scratched on a special plate400What is streak? Minerals for 400
  7. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The mineral that ranks a 1 on the Mohs hardness scale because it is the softest mineral.500What is talc? Minerals for 500
  8. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The ongoing process in which old rock is broken down and formed into new rock over millions of years.100What is the rock cycle? Rocks for 100
  9. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Rocks that have changed due to heat and pressure. 200What are metamorphic rocks? Rocks for 200
  10. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Rocks that form when layers of materials and rock particles settle on top of each other and harden300What are sedimentary rocks? Rocks for 300
  11. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Rocks that form when molten rock cools and hardens. 400What are igneous rocks? Rocks for 400
  12. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Heat, pressure, chemical reactions, weathering and erosion.500What are forces that drive the rock cycle? Rocks for 500
  13. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The eroded material that settles on the bottom of lakes, rivers, and oceans.100What is sediment? Sedimentary Rocks for 100
  14. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Sedimentary rock formed from tiny bits of skeletons and shells.200What is limestone? Sedimentary Rocks for 200
  15. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Remains of plants or animals found in sedimentary rock. 300What are fossils? Sedimentary Rocks for 300
  16. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Water freezing and melting in cracks in rock and plant roots breaking rock into smaller pieces.400What are examples of weathering? Sedimentary Rocks for 400
  17. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The layers of the geologic time scale, from oldest to youngest. 500 What are the Precambrian era, the Paleozoic era, the Mesozoic era, and the Cenozoic era? Sedimentary Rocks for 500
  18. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Molten rock. 100What is magma? Igneous Rocks for 100
  19. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Igneous rock that looks like glass and forms when lava cools very quickly.200What is obsidian? Igneous Rocks for 200
  20. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Igneous rock that cools slowly forms __________ crystals. 300What is larger? Igneous Rocks for 300
  21. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Igneous rock that formed from lava that has lots of gas bubbles. Some can float.400What is pumice? Igneous Rocks for 400
  22. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Igneous rock that cooled slowly with large crystals of quartz and mica.500What is granite? Igneous Rocks for 500
  23. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The metamorphic rock slate began as this rock. 100What is shale? Metamorphic Rocks for 100
  24. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Metamorphic rocks have changed as a result of these two factors.200What is heat and pressure? Metamorphic Rocks for 200
  25. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Heat and pressure can cause some metamorphic rocks to be arranged in __________ layers.300What is parallel? Metamorphic Rocks for 300
  26. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board The igneous rock granite became this metamorphic rock.400What is gneiss? Metamorphic Rocks for 400
  27. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board What metamorphic rocks formed from. 500 What are igneous, sedimentary and other metamorphic rocks? Metamorphic Rocks for 500
  28. Students 000 Teachers 000 Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager The name given to the Mesozoic Era. Final Challenge End Game TIME’S UP! What is the Age of Dinosaurs?
  29. Game Over THANKS FOR PLAYING !!!!!

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