By Maya
Inside Earth   Inside Earth 2   Rocks    100             100          100    500             500         500   1000       ...
Inside Earth-100          Q: What causes tectonic plates to          move?                                              An...
Convection currents!Back
Inside Earth-500          Q: Alfred Wegener’s super          continent was called…                                      An...
Pangaea!Back
Inside Earth-1000          Q: Continental Drift is the theory          that…                                              ...
Earth’s continents       are slowly drifting       apart!Back
Inside Earth-1500          Q: Tectonic plates is the theory          that…                                             Ans...
States that the       plates of the Earth       are in constant       motion!Back
Inside Earth 2-100          Q: The inner core and outer core          are made of what two metals?                        ...
Iron and nickel!Back
Inside Earth 2-500          Q: Earthquakes form at what plate          boundary?                                          ...
Transform!Back
Inside Earth 2-1000          Q: Volcanoes form at what plate          boundary?                                           ...
Divergent or convergent!Back
Inside Earth 2-1500          Q: What is the ring of fire?                                         Answer
A ring of volcanoes       surrounding the pacific       plate!Back
Rocks-100            Q: Where do most metamorphic            rocks form?                                           Answer
Under the Earth’s crustBack
Rocks-500            Q: Where do most igneous rocks            form?                                             Answer
Near volcanoes!Back
Rocks-1000         Q: What are two ways you could         wear away a rock?                                          Answer
Water, wind,       plants, freezing, or       moss!Back
Rocks-1500         Q: What are the 4 steps in         sedimentary rock formation?                                       An...
Erosion       Deposition       Compaction       CementationBack
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Jeopardy Review Game

  1. 1. By Maya
  2. 2. Inside Earth Inside Earth 2 Rocks 100 100 100 500 500 500 1000 1000 1000 1500 1500 1500
  3. 3. Inside Earth-100 Q: What causes tectonic plates to move? Answer
  4. 4. Convection currents!Back
  5. 5. Inside Earth-500 Q: Alfred Wegener’s super continent was called… Answer
  6. 6. Pangaea!Back
  7. 7. Inside Earth-1000 Q: Continental Drift is the theory that… Answer
  8. 8. Earth’s continents are slowly drifting apart!Back
  9. 9. Inside Earth-1500 Q: Tectonic plates is the theory that… Answer
  10. 10. States that the plates of the Earth are in constant motion!Back
  11. 11. Inside Earth 2-100 Q: The inner core and outer core are made of what two metals? Answer
  12. 12. Iron and nickel!Back
  13. 13. Inside Earth 2-500 Q: Earthquakes form at what plate boundary? Answer
  14. 14. Transform!Back
  15. 15. Inside Earth 2-1000 Q: Volcanoes form at what plate boundary? Answer
  16. 16. Divergent or convergent!Back
  17. 17. Inside Earth 2-1500 Q: What is the ring of fire? Answer
  18. 18. A ring of volcanoes surrounding the pacific plate!Back
  19. 19. Rocks-100 Q: Where do most metamorphic rocks form? Answer
  20. 20. Under the Earth’s crustBack
  21. 21. Rocks-500 Q: Where do most igneous rocks form? Answer
  22. 22. Near volcanoes!Back
  23. 23. Rocks-1000 Q: What are two ways you could wear away a rock? Answer
  24. 24. Water, wind, plants, freezing, or moss!Back
  25. 25. Rocks-1500 Q: What are the 4 steps in sedimentary rock formation? Answer
  26. 26. Erosion Deposition Compaction CementationBack
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