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  1. 5th GradeJEOPARDYTCAPSCIENCEReviewCreated by: Mrs. Barrett

  2. Cells and Heredity Earth and Space Matter Ecosystems Energy and Motion 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. Cells and Heredity for 100Which structure should be labeled as the nucleus? 1 2 3 4

  4. Cells and Heredity for 100Which structure should be labeled as the nucleus? 1 2 3 4

  5. Cells and Heredity for 200Which structure is a vacuole? 1 8 4 6

  6. Cells and Heredity for 200Which structure is a vacuole? 1 8 4 6

  7. Cells and Heredity for 300Which of these has the greatest effect on a student's height? Genetic material from both parents Genetic material from the shortest parent The height of the oldest sibling The average height of other siblings

  8. Cells and Heredity for 300Which of these has the greatest effect on a student's height? Genetic material from both parents Genetic material from the shortest parent The height of the oldest sibling The average height of other siblings

  9. Cells and Heredity for 400One difference between an animal cell and a plant cell is that Only plant cells have a nucleus Only animal cells have a cell membrane Only animal cells have a chloroplast Only plant cells have a cell wall

  10. Cells and Heredity for 400One difference between an animal cell and a plant cell is that Only plant cells have a nucleus Only animal cells have a cell membrane Only animal cells have a chloroplast Only plant cells have a cell wall

  11. Cells and Heredity for 500A dog has 6 puppies, 4 females and 2 males. Which statement best describes the characteristics of the puppies? All puppies will look like the mom All puppies will look like the father Male and female puppies will look like both parents Male puppies will look like the father and female puppies will look like the mom

  12. Cells and Heredity for 500A dog has 6 puppies, 4 females and 2 males. Which statement best describes the characteristics of the puppies? All puppies will look like the mom All puppies will look like the father Male and female puppies will look like both parents Male puppies will look like the father and female puppies will look like the mom

  13. Earth and Space for 100Which most likely forms when plates move along a fault? Sandy beaches Mountain ranges Fossils Ocean Currents

  14. Earth and Space for 100Which most likely forms when plates move along a fault? Sandy beaches Mountain ranges Fossils Ocean Currents

  15. Earth and Space for 200What force holds Earth's atmosphere in place? pressure friction gravity electric

  16. Earth and Space for 200What force holds Earth's atmosphere in place? pressure friction gravity electric

  17. Earth and Space for 300Which side of a coastal mountain receives the least amount of rainfall? windward leeward north south

  18. Earth and Space for 300Which side of a coastal mountain receives the least amount of rainfall? windward leeward north south

  19. Earth and Space for 400Which planet is the fifth planet from the sun? Earth Pluto Mars Jupiter

  20. Earth and Space for 400Which planet is the fifth planet from the sun? Earth Pluto Mars Jupiter

  21. Earth and Space for 500Which best describes why cities near oceans are often warmer in the winter than cities far from the ocean at the same latitude? Oceans cool more slowly than land Ocean tides are highest in the winter The moon heats the air over the ocean Ocean waves move more quickly in winter

  22. Earth and Space for 500Which best describes why cities near oceans are often warmer in the winter than cities far from the ocean at the same latitude? Oceans cool more slowly than land Ocean tides are highest in the winter The moon heats the air over the ocean Ocean waves move more quickly in winter

  23. Matter for 100Small pieces of ice are broken off a large block of ice. Compared to the block of ice, the pieces of ice will completely melt faster than the block of ice slower than the block of ice at a higher temperature than the block of ice at the same rate as the block of ice

  24. Matter for 100Small pieces of ice are broken off a large block of ice. Compared to the block of ice, the pieces of ice will completely melt faster than the block of ice slower than the block of ice at a higher temperature than the block of ice at the same rate as the block of ice

  25. Matter for 200In which location would a glass of water evaporate most quickly? Outside, under a shady tree Inside of a refrigerator Sitting on a desk in our room Sitting outside in the sun

  26. Matter for 200In which location would a glass of water evaporate most quickly? Outside, under a shady tree Inside of a refrigerator Sitting on a desk in our room Sitting outside in the sun

  27. Matter for 300Which arrow represents evaporation? A B C D

  28. Matter for 300Which arrow represents evaporation? A B C D

  29. Matter for 400Which of the following is a physical property? Ability to rust Ability to burn Ability to melt when heated Ability to react with acid

  30. Matter for 400Which of the following is a physical property? Ability to rust Ability to burn Ability to melt when heated Ability to react with acid

  31. Matter for 500A spoon is sitting inside of pot of water. If someone turns on the stove and the water begins to boil, what will happen to the spoon? Heat from the spoon is transferred to the water by conduction Heat from the water is transferred to the spoon by radiation Heat from the spoon is transferred to the water by convection Heat from the water is transferred to the spoon by conduction

  32. Matter for 500A spoon is sitting inside of pot of water. If someone turns on the stove and the water begins to boil, what will happen to the spoon? Heat from the spoon is transferred to the water by conduction Heat from the water is transferred to the spoon by radiation Heat from the spoon is transferred to the water by convection Heat from the water is transferred to the spoon by conduction

  33. Ecosystems for 100Which organism obtains energy by using sunlight to make food? bird deer Grass bee

  34. Ecosystems for 100Which organism obtains energy by using sunlight to make food? bird deer Grass bee

  35. Ecosystems for 200A tick is a parasite that gets its energy from the blood of animals like dogs. How are the flea and the dog affected in this relationship? Both organisms are helped The tick is helped, and the dog is harmed The dog is helped, and the tick is harmed Both organisms are unaffected

  36. Ecosystems for 200A tick is a parasite that gets its energy from the blood of animals like dogs. How are the flea and the dog affected in this relationship? Both organisms are helped The tick is helped, and the dog is harmed The dog is helped, and the tick is harmed Both organisms are unaffected

  37. Ecosystems for 300Look at the fossil below. What did it most likely eat? Grass Other animals Insects Dead material

  38. Ecosystems for 300Look at the fossil below. What did it most likely eat? Grass Other animals Insects Dead material

  39. Ecosystems for 400A pine beetle is a parasite for pine trees.Which best describes the relationship between the tree and the pine beetle? The beetles harm the pine trees The beetles get food in return for keeping the trees healthy The beetles eat other insects on the tree, but get nothing in return The beetles live in the tree, but don't interact with it

  40. Ecosystems for 400A pine beetle is a parasite for pine trees.Which best describes the relationship between the tree and the pine beetle? The beetles harm the pine trees The beetles get food in return for keeping the trees healthy The beetles eat other insects on the tree, but get nothing in return The beetles live in the tree, but don't interact with it

  41. Ecosystems for 500As a hippopotamus feeds on grass, a small bird feeds on parasites, such as ticks, living on the hippo. Which of these organisms have a mutualistic relationship? The tick and the hippopotamus The bird and the tick The hippopotamus and the bird The grass and the hippopotamus

  42. Ecosystems for 500As a hippopotamus feeds on grass, a small bird feeds on parasites, such as ticks, living on the hippo. Which of these organisms have a mutualistic relationship? The tick and the hippopotamus The bird and the tick The hippopotamus and the bird The grass and the hippopotamus

  43. Energy and Motion for 100Four objects were dropped at the same time from the same height. Which would most likely have the longest drop time? A bowling ball A textbook An umbrella A horseshoe magnet

  44. Energy and Motion for 100Four objects were dropped at the same time from the same height. Which would most likely have the longest drop time? A bowling ball A textbook An umbrella A horseshoe magnet

  45. Energy and Motion for 200Bob rides his new bicycle down a hill. At which part does he have the most potential energy? At the bottom of the hill At the top of the hill Just after he starts Right before he stops

  46. Energy and Motion for 200Bob rides his new bicycle down a hill. At which part does he have the most potential energy? At the bottom of the hill At the top of the hill Just after he starts Right before he stops

  47. Energy and Motion for 300When a basketball player jumps into the air, he always lands back on the ground? What causes this? Air resistance pushes him to the ground Inertia pushes him down a magnetic force pulls him down the force of gravity pulls him down

  48. Energy and Motion for 300When a basketball player jumps into the air, he always lands back on the ground? What causes this? Air resistance pushes him to the ground Inertia pushes him down a magnetic force pulls him down the force of gravity pulls him down

  49. Energy and Motion for 400Randy Johnson threw four identical baseballs. A different force was applied each time as the baseballs were thrown. Which force will most likely cause the football to travel the least distance before hitting the ground? 16 newtons 19 newtons 30 newtons 25 newtons

  50. Energy and Motion for 400Randy Johnson threw four identical baseballs. A different force was applied each time as the baseballs were thrown. Which force will most likely cause the football to travel the least distance before hitting the ground? 16 newtons 19 newtons 30 newtons 25 newtons