5th grade, Chapter 2 Cells to Systems Review Jeopardy

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Jeopardy game, with questions taken straight from the book and the test. Hyperlinks on the game board take you to each individual question, and the arrow on each answer page takes you back to the game board after each question.

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5th grade, Chapter 2 Cells to Systems Review Jeopardy

  1. 1. Cells to Systems Jeopardy!
  2. 2. Rules • One person on each team will hold up the answer which is written on the whiteboard. • Each team will answer EVERY question and receive all points for correct answers, losing those points for incorrect answers. • The team whose turn it is will receive double points for a correct answer, losing double points for incorrect answers.
  3. 3. Rules, continued • You will be given the answer, and your response should be in question form. For example: If you are given “Your teacher’s name” you should answer “What is Miss Gillette?”
  4. 4. Any questions about this game before we begin?
  5. 5. What is inside a cell? How do cells work together? How do organs work together? Miscellaneous 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500
  6. 6. What is inside a cell? 100 This part of all cells contains chromosomes made of DNA.
  7. 7. What is a nucleus? What is inside a cell? 100
  8. 8. The part of all cells that allows certain materials to enter the cell and other materials to exit the cell. What is inside a cell? 200
  9. 9. What is the cell membrane? What is inside a cell? 200
  10. 10. The part of all cells which acts like a stomach for the cell, storing and breaking down materials, which also can store water in plant cells. What is inside a cell? 300
  11. 11. What are vacuoles? What is inside a cell? 300
  12. 12. The cell part that produces energy for plant and animal cells. What is inside a cell? 400
  13. 13. What are mitochondria? What is inside a cell? 400
  14. 14. This cell process, helped by mitochondria, is used by most cells to get energy. What is inside a cell? 500
  15. 15. What is cellular respiration? What is inside a cell? 500
  16. 16. How do cells work together? 100 This is a group of similar cells working together to perform the same function.
  17. 17. What is a tissue? How do cells work together? 100
  18. 18. How do cells work together? 200 This is considered an organ in a plant. Possible answers: Leaf Cilia Cell Wall Chloroplast
  19. 19. How do cells work together? 200 What is a leaf?
  20. 20. How do cells work together? 300 In this part of the body, you would find cells with hair- like structures called cilia.
  21. 21. How do cells work together? 300 What are the lungs?
  22. 22. This type of cell has branch- like structures. How do cells work together? 400
  23. 23. What is a nerve cell? How do cells work together? 400
  24. 24. This shape of cell makes up your skin. Hint: The answer is not skin cells. How do cells work together? 500
  25. 25. What are flat cells? How do cells work together? 500
  26. 26. This is a group of organs working together. How do organs work together? 100
  27. 27. What is an organ system? How do organs work together? 100
  28. 28. When muscles work in pairs to move bones, one muscle ________ while the other muscle flexes. How do organs work together? 200
  29. 29. Relaxes How do organs work together? 200
  30. 30. How do organs work together? 300
  31. 31. Name two systems that work with the muscle system and explain how these systems work together. *Write on a sheet of loose leaf, fold in half, and hand to me when ready!* How do organs work together? 300
  32. 32. These two organ systems work together to move the body. How do organs work together? 400
  33. 33. What are the muscle system and skeletal system? How do organs work together? 400
  34. 34. This is the order of organization in an animal from simplest to most complex, using these four terms: [organ system] [cell][organ][tissue] How do organs work together? 500
  35. 35. What is: Cell  Tissue  Organ  Organ system How do organs work together? 500
  36. 36. Which of the following is found in your skin? A. Bone cells B. Chloroplasts C. Oil glands D. Cell Walls Miscellaneous 100
  37. 37. Oil Glands Miscellaneous 100
  38. 38. Fill in the blank: A cell’s ______ is the material between the nucleus and the cell membrane. Miscellaneous 200
  39. 39. Cytoplasm Miscellaneous 200
  40. 40. Name the two cell parts that are only present in plant cells. Miscellaneous 300
  41. 41. Cell wall Chloroplasts Miscellaneous 300
  42. 42. Multiple Choice: How does the shape of red blood cells help them perform their function? A. The shape gives the cells more strength B. The shape allows the cells to cover a surface C. The shape helps the cells move though blood vessels D. The shape enables the cells to quickly send signals to the brain Miscellaneous 400
  43. 43. C The shape helps the cells move through blood vessels. Miscellaneous 400
  44. 44. Fill in this Venn Diagram with these seven cell parts: [cytoplasm] [cell membrane] [cell wall] [chloroplast] [nucleus] [vacuoles] [mitochondria] Miscellaneous 500 Only in plant cells Both plant and animal cells Only in animal cells
  45. 45. Miscellaneous 500 Only in plant cells Only in animal cellsBoth plant and animal cells Cell wall Chloroplasts Cell membrane Cytoplasm Mitochondria Vacuoles Nucleus

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