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# 8th Grade Ch. 1 Chalkboard Challenge Game

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### 8th Grade Ch. 1 Chalkboard Challenge Game

1. 1. 000 000 000 000 Chalkboard Challenge 8th grade Chapter 1
2. 2. Students Let’s Play Teachers 000 000 000 000 Final Challenge Game Board Earth in Space Seasons Moon Gravity & Motion Eclipses & Tides 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. 3. Students Earth in Space for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 The imaginary line that passes What is through the poles. through Earth the axis?
4. 4. Students Earth in Space for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 The spinning ofrotation ? What is Earth on its axis.
5. 5. Students Earth in Space for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 What is the rotation of It causes day and night. Earth on its axis?
6. 6. Students Earth in Space for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 The amount of time it hours What is 24 takes Earth to rotate once on its axis. (1 day)?
7. 7. Students Earth in Space for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 The path as Earth revolves around What is an orbit? the Sun.
8. 8. Students Seasons for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 The primary reason tilt of What is the Earth has Earth’s axis? seasons.
9. 9. Students Seasons for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 What is equinox? This means equal night.
10. 10. Students Seasons for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board What is the summer 300 solstice, the longest day June 21st of the year which has the most daylight hours ?
11. 11. Students Seasons for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 The date of the winter solstice, the shortest day of the year 21? What is December which has the fewest hours of daylight.
12. 12. Students Seasons for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 The dates when the noon sun is What is March 21 & September 22? directly above the equator.
13. 13. Students Moon for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 Different shapes of the moon you What are phases? see from Earth
14. 14. Students Moon for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 The best theory for the origin of the What is the collision-ring theory? moon.
15. 15. Students Moon for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 Round pits on the moon’s surface What are craters? that are formed by meteorites
16. 16. Students Moon for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 Mountains found on the moon’s What are highlands? surface.
17. 17. Students Moon for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 Dark, flat areas on the moon’s surface What are maria? ancient formed from huge lava flows
18. 18. Students Gravity & Motion for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 The tendency of an object to resist What is inertia? a change in motion.
19. 19. Students Gravity & Motion for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 What is weight? The force of gravity on an object.
20. 20. Students Gravity & Motion for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 States that every object in the What is Newton’s law of universal universe attracts every other gravitation? object.
21. 21. Students Gravity & Motion for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 400 What is mass? The amount of matter in an object.
22. 22. Students Gravity & Motion for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 The two factors combined to keep Earth in is inertia and the sun and What orbit around gravity? the moon in orbit around Earth.
23. 23. Students Eclipses & Tides for 100 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 100 Occurs when a new moon blocks What is a solar eclipse? your view of the sun
24. 24. Students Eclipses & Tides for 200 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 200 The very darkest part of the moon’s What is the umbra? shadow during an eclipse.
25. 25. Students Eclipses & Tides for 300 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 300 A tide with the least difference What is a neaphigh tides. between low and tide?
26. 26. Students Eclipses & Tides for 400 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board The tide when the gravity of the sun 400 and the moon pull in the same What is a spring tide? direction and produces the greatest difference between low and high tides.
27. 27. Students Eclipses & Tides for 500 Teachers 000 000 000 000 Game Board 500 The moon’s phase during a total What is a full moon ? solar eclipse.
28. 28. Students Final Challenge Teachers 000 000 000 000 GameGame End Board Write Your The name of the first scientist that Final Challenge used a was Galileo Galilei? the Who telescope to look at moon. Wager TIME’S UP!
29. 29. 000 000 000 000 Game Over THANKS FOR PLAYING !!!!!