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Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
Chalkboard Challenge Space
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  • 1. 000 000 Chalkboard 000 000 Space Challenge Jessica Runyan 4th grade Blueprint: •Identify and order the planets in the solar system by their distance •Determine the order of the planets according to their distance •Recognize that the length and position of a shadow are related •Demonstrate how the earth rotates and revolves. •Simulate the changing shape of the moon. •Identify the phases of the moon in the correct sequence.
  • 2. Students Let’s Play Teachers 000 000 000 000 Final Challenge Game Board Identify that Order of Planets Shadows The Earth The Moon Planet 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
  • 3. Students Order of Planets for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 Which planet Mercury to the sun? is closest
  • 4. Students Order of Planets for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 Which planet is farthest from the Pluto sun?
  • 5. Students Order of Planets for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 What is the sixth planet from the Saturn sun?
  • 6. Students Order of Planets for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Name all the planets in order from Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, the sun. and Pluto
  • 7. Students Order of Planets for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 What two planets are on either side Venus and Mars of the earth.
  • 8. Students Identify that Planet for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 What was the first planet that was Saturn discovered to have rings?
  • 9. Students Identify that Planet for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 What planet is known as the “Blue Neptune Planet?”
  • 10. Students Identify that Planet for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 What planet is the coldest? Pluto
  • 11. Students Identify that Planet for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 Which planet is known as the “Red Mars Planet.”
  • 12. Students Identify that Planet for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 What is the brightest planet Venus
  • 13. Students Shadows for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board True or False: 100 Shadows are formed when light True traveling from a source is blocked
  • 14. Students Shadows for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 When the sun is behind you, where in front of you would your shadow be?
  • 15. Students Shadows for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board False 300 True or False: Many years ago, and still today, Shadows cannot be used to tell people use sundials to tell what what time of the day it is. time of day it is.
  • 16. Students Shadows for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board True or False: False Opaque objects/materials allow 400 light through and transparent Opaque objects do not allow light to pass through them.do not allow objects/materials Transparent objects dothrough them.pass. light allow light to
  • 17. Students Shadows for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board The Moon's orbit about the Earth 500 causes the Moon to shadow the Sun's light as viewed from the A solar eclipse Earth. What is this called?
  • 18. Students The Earth for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board What does the earth spin on? 100 This is an imaginary line passing It’s axis through the North and South Poles.
  • 19. Students The Earth for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 The Earth takes how long to make a complete turn. An entire day, 24 hours
  • 20. Students The Earth for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board True or False: At any time half of the Earth faces 300 the sun. This part has day. The other half of the Earth faces away True from the Sun. It receives no light. It is dark and has night.
  • 21. Students The Earth for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 The earth is in the shape a ______? Sphere
  • 22. Students The Earth for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 The earth has how many moon(s)? 1
  • 23. Students The Moon for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board During the time it takes the moon to travel around the earth, the moon 100 will change from a crescent shape Phases stages in to a full moon. The between are called ____________?
  • 24. Students The Moon for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board Light from the Sun bounces off the Moon. The Sun is always shining on the Moon, during 200 the day and the moonthe night. Why does during shine? Even when we can't see the Moon. Sometimes we can only see some of the Moon's surface which is lit up by the Sun.
  • 25. Students The Moon for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 Which phase of the moon is The first quarter shown?
  • 26. Students The Moon for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 It takes the moon how many days to 28 days orbit the earth?
  • 27. Students The Moon for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board True or False: 500 The Moon is not a light source, it has no light True own. We can of its only see the moon because it reflects light from the sun.
  • 28. Students Final Challenge Teachers 000 000 000 000 GameGame End Board Write Your How many earths would it take to Final Challenge 1 million fill the sun? Wager TIME’S UP!
  • 29. 000 000 000 000 Game Over Teacher’s Name

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