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  • How to setup the game: Use the outline tab to fill in your questions. Questions should have 4 answers, not necessarily all realistic. How to play the game: When the question slide comes up it will bring up the questions and answer choices. Click on the answer students choose. It will ask if this is your final answer. If you click on yes, the answer will be revealed. If you click on no, it will laugh. Lifelines: There are 3 lifelines: phone a friend, poll the audience, and 50 / 50. Depending how you have your game setup with your students you can play these different ways. If you click on the icon for one of these 3 it will take you to a new slide. Phone a friend could be they can ask one person to help them. With Poll the audience, have the class to vote on the answer. 50 / 50 the teacher can tell them which 2 are not answers. Click on the U shaped arrow and it will return you to the question.

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  • 1. A force is a _______________ . $1,000,000 $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 door object push or a pull magnet
  • 2. This picture is an example of $1,000,000 ____________ . $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 gravity pushing lever pulling
  • 3. Name the object in the picture. $1,000,000 $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 slide screw bicycle wheel
  • 4. Name the object in the picture. $1,000,000 $500,000 $100,000 Is this your $50,000 Final Answer? $10,000 $5000 $1000 Yes No $500 $200 $100 wedge screw bike wheel
  • 5. ________ is a force that pulls $1,000,000objects towards the centre of the $500,000 Earth. $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 Lifting Magnetism Work Gravity
  • 6. A common form of work is $1,000,000 _________________ . $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100All of the answers are correct. pushinglifting pulling
  • 7. This picture demonstrates $1,000,000 _______________ . $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100magnetism contact forcegravity cranes
  • 8. In which activity are you NOT $1,000,000 moving an object? $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 Kicking a football Sleeping Pulling your backpack Riding a skateboard
  • 9. A machine is a tool used to make $1,000,000 work _____________ . $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 harder more fun easier more boring
  • 10. What type of machine is in the picture? $1,000,000 $500,000 $100,000 Is this your $50,000 $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 Yes No $500 $200 $100 simple magnetic complex gravity
  • 11. Complex machines are made up $1,000,000 of two or more _________ $500,000 ___________ . $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 complex machines wheelbarrows bicycles simple machines
  • 12. We use this complex machine to $1,000,000 cut paper during Art activities. $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 scissors screw glue wedge
  • 13. We ride this complex machine. It $1,000,000 has two wheels and two axles. $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 slide wheelbarrow bicycle crane
  • 14. A wedge is a solid object that is $1,000,000thick at one end and _____ at the $500,000 other. $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 Yes No $500 $200 $100 thick hot thin cold
  • 15. A lever is a bar that moves on a $1,000,000point called a _____________ . $500,000 $100,000 Is this your $50,000 Final $10,000 Answer? $5000 $1000 Yes No $500 $200 $100 falcrum crumb fulcrum ramp
  • 16. What type of machine is in the picture? $1,000,000 $500,000 $100,000 Is this your $50,000 Final $10,000 Answer? $5000 $1000 Yes No $500 $200 $100 simple lever complex inclined plane
  • 17. Which is NOT a complex $1,000,000 machine? $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100pulley wheelbarrow clockbicycle
  • 18. ______________ is a special kind $1,000,000of force that makes objects slow $500,000 down or even stop. $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 $5000 Final Answer? $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 Friction Poles Gravity Contact force
  • 19. This is a _________ , an $1,000,000example of a ___________ . $500,000 $100,000 $50,000 Is this your $10,000 Final Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100lever; simple machine crane; simple machineslide; simple machine lever; complex machine
  • 20. This is a ________ , an example of a _________ . $1,000,000 $500,000 $100,000 Is this your $50,000 Final $10,000 Answer? $5000 $1000 $500 Yes No $200 $100 gear; lever brake; lever slide; inclined plane crane; pulley