Living Things Interacting with the Environment Click Here for Final Jeopardy Living Things  Interact Get Energy Competitio...
Define the term “ interact”.
Describe helping in groups.
Describe one kind helping another.
Give an example of two kinds helping each other.
Describe how the yucca moths and yucca plants help each other.
What kind of animal eats only plants?
Name the only  living thing that can make its  own food.
________ passes to living things within food  chains.
Explain what will happen if one part of the food web is removed.
Explain the difference between a producer and a consumer.
Define competition.
Provide an example  of a predator  versus a prey.
Name two things that living things  compete for.
What is competition over a period of time called.
Small trees trying to get space from larger trees is an example of ____________.
Define the term “ decomposer”.
_______ _______ and _______ _______ can cause change.
Give three examples of a natural event that can cause change.
How does the ash left from a fire help other plants?
Define the term  “ decay”.
This is the place where food is broken into pieces.
Name two ways you can stay healthy according to your book.
Define the term “ germ”.
True or False: You must eat a  variety   of foods  to stay healthy.
Name five things people need in order to survive.
Welcome to Final Jeopardy! You may wager as much or as little as you would like depending on how many points your team has...
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  • Chapter4 Science

    1. 1. Living Things Interacting with the Environment Click Here for Final Jeopardy Living Things Interact Get Energy Competition Environments Change Healthy Environment 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50
    2. 2. Define the term “ interact”.
    3. 3. Describe helping in groups.
    4. 4. Describe one kind helping another.
    5. 5. Give an example of two kinds helping each other.
    6. 6. Describe how the yucca moths and yucca plants help each other.
    7. 7. What kind of animal eats only plants?
    8. 8. Name the only living thing that can make its own food.
    9. 9. ________ passes to living things within food chains.
    10. 10. Explain what will happen if one part of the food web is removed.
    11. 11. Explain the difference between a producer and a consumer.
    12. 12. Define competition.
    13. 13. Provide an example of a predator versus a prey.
    14. 14. Name two things that living things compete for.
    15. 15. What is competition over a period of time called.
    16. 16. Small trees trying to get space from larger trees is an example of ____________.
    17. 17. Define the term “ decomposer”.
    18. 18. _______ _______ and _______ _______ can cause change.
    19. 19. Give three examples of a natural event that can cause change.
    20. 20. How does the ash left from a fire help other plants?
    21. 21. Define the term “ decay”.
    22. 22. This is the place where food is broken into pieces.
    23. 23. Name two ways you can stay healthy according to your book.
    24. 24. Define the term “ germ”.
    25. 25. True or False: You must eat a variety of foods to stay healthy.
    26. 26. Name five things people need in order to survive.
    27. 27. Welcome to Final Jeopardy! You may wager as much or as little as you would like depending on how many points your team has. The category is: Data Analysis
    28. 28. You collect data in a field next to a stream over time. You trap and count 16 field mice and 10 rabbits. A beaver builds a dam that floods the field. You now trap and count 7 field mice and 4 rabbits. Interpret this data.

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