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  • 1. Jeopardy Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Lesson 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
  • 2. $100 Question from Lesson 1 This environment is very dry, And typically hot.
  • 3. $100 Answer from Lesson 1 What is a desert?
  • 4. $200 Question from lesson 1 This type of environment is a large body Of salt water
  • 5. $200 Answer from Lesson 1 What is the ocean?
  • 6. $300 Question from Lesson 1 This type of forest changes during the season and gets just enough rain for plants to grow
  • 7. $300 Answer from Lesson 1 Temperate forest
  • 8. $400 Question from Lesson 1 Most ocean animals live in this part of the environment
  • 9. $400 Answer from Lesson 1 Shallow water
  • 10. $500 Question from Lesson 1 This is the pattern of weather over a long period of time
  • 11. $500 Answer from Lesson 1 climate
  • 12. $100 Question from Lesson 2 This is what we call blending in with the environement
  • 13. $100 Answer from Lesson 2 camouflage
  • 14. $200 Question from Lesson 2 Sea lions, walruses, and polar bears have a layer of This under their skin to stay warm
  • 15. $200 Answer from Lesson 2 blubber
  • 16. $300 Question from Lesson 2 Name one adaptation that a plant in the desert Has to survive
  • 17. $300 Answer from Lesson 2 Waxy skin, thorns, wide roots, deep roots
  • 18. $400 Question from Lesson 2 These are the kinds of animals that are active at night
  • 19. $400 Answer from Lesson 2 Nocturnal
  • 20. $500 Question from Lesson 2 This means that one living thing is trying to imitate another in either color or shape
  • 21. $500 Answer from Lesson 2 mimcry
  • 22. $100 Question from Lesson 3 This is an event that causes destruction to an environment
  • 23. $100 Answer from Lesson 3 Natural disaster
  • 24. $200 Question from Lesson 3 Name two types of natural disasters
  • 25. $200 Answer from Lesson 3 Drought, wildfire, tornado, hurricane, flood, etc.
  • 26. $300 Question from Lesson 3 What is another word for a type of organism?
  • 27. $300 Answer from Lesson 3 Species
  • 28. $400 Question from Lesson 3 This is what we call a species that is new to the environment
  • 29. $400 Answer from Lesson 3 Exotic species
  • 30. $500 Question from Lesson 3 How can humans change their environments?
  • 31. $500 Answer from Lesson 3 Cutting down trees, building developments, planting new plants, pollution
  • 32. $100 Question from Populations This is all the members of one species of an environement
  • 33. $100 Answer from Lesson 4 Population
  • 34. $200 Question from L4 _________ organisms are not in danger of dying out.
  • 35. $200 Answer from L4 Thriving
  • 36. $300 Question from L4 _________ organisms may become rare in the near future
  • 37. $300 Answer from L4 Threatened
  • 38. $400 Question from L4 __________ can lead to organisms becoming threatened.
  • 39. $400 Answer from L4 Pollution, over hunting, disease
  • 40. $500 Question from L4 ___________ means that there are only a few organisms left of a population.
  • 41. $500 Answer from L4 Endangered
  • 42. $100 Question from L5 __________ are the remains of organisms that lived long ago.
  • 43. $100 Answer from L5 Fossils
  • 44. $200 Question from L5 A species is ___________ when there are no members of the species left alive.
  • 45. $200 Answer from L5 extinct
  • 46. $300 Question from L5 What was the time period called when saber tooth cats lived?
  • 47. $300 Answer from L5 Ice Age
  • 48. $400 Question from L5 What is one way that you can tell, using fossils, what an animal ate?
  • 49. $400 Answer from Lesson 5 Shape of teeth
  • 50. $500 Question from Lesson 5 Why do scientists study organisms today to learn about pre-historic organisms?
  • 51. $500 Answer from Lesson 5 They sometimes have similar traits and characteristics.
  • 52. Final Jeopardy What is an invasive species? Give one example.
  • 53. Final Jeopardy Answer A species that is not found in an area naturally and cannot be controlled. Kudzu and wooly adelgid