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EARTH - $100 How many times does the Earth rotate in a month? A. 7 B. 30 C. 365 D. 15
EARTH - $200 One complete revolution of Earth around the sun is known as A. An hour B. A day C. A year D. A season
EARTH - $300 The imaginary line that encircles the Earth midway between the North and South poles is the_____. A. Ocean shoreline B. Solstice C. Equator D. Equinox
EARTH - $400 When viewing the Earth from above, the Earth is rotating _____. A. Clockwise B. From the north to the south C. From the south to the north D. Counter clockwise
EARTH - $500 Why does the length of Earth’s day and night change? A. The axis of the moon is tilted. B. Earth rotates from east to west. C. The axis of the moon is straight D. The axis of the Earth is tilted.
SEASONS - $100 When does the longest day of the year occur? A. Vernal equinox B. Summer solstice C. Winter solstice D. Autumnal equinox
SEASONS - $200 Why do people on Earth experience four seasons? A. Tilted axis of Earth B. Earth’s revolution C. Earth’s tilted axis and revolution D. Earth’s rotation
SEASONS - $300 When the North pole is tilted toward the sun, it is_____. A. Summer in both hemispheres B. Winter in both hemispheres C. Winter in the northern hemisphere D. Summer in the northern hemisphere
SEASONS - $400 The hemisphere that leans toward the sun has_____. A. Long days and long nights B. Long days and short nights C. Short days and short nights D. Short days and long nights
SEASONS - $500 When are day and night equal all over the world? A. Summer solstice B. January 1 C. Winter solstice D. Vernal Equinox
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $100 If you are in the umbra of an eclipse, what will you see? A. Partial eclipse B. Full moon C. Total eclipse D. New moon
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $200 High tides occur ____. A. Every 6 hours B. Every 12 hours C. Once a month D. Once a day
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $300 A lunar eclipse occurs when___ A. The sun is between the earth and moon B. The moon is between the earth and sun C. The moon is in the first quarter D. Earth is between the sun and moon.
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $400 What do we call the completely dark area of the shadow of the earth or moon? A. Partial eclipse B. Total eclipse C. Umbra D. penumbra
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $500 What is the main cause of tides on Earth? A. Wind B. Gravity of the sun C. Gravity of Earth D. Gravity of the moon
MOON - $100 Why is there no weather on the moon? A. There is no atmosphere B. There is too much sun C. One side of the moon is always without sunlight. D. There isn’t enough gravity.
MOON - $200 What are the dark, smooth areas on the moon called? A. Maria B. Highlands C. Umbra D. Rilles
MOON - $300 Long valleys on the moon are known as _____. A. Maria B. Umbra C. Rilles D. Highlands
MOON - $400 True or False? The moon revolves around the Earth in an elliptical orbit.
MOON - $500 What year did Neil Armstrong walk on the moon? A. 1968 B. 1969 C. 1971 D. 1972
MOON PHASES - $100 The waxing-crescent moon occurs directly before the____. A. New moon B. Full moon C. First-quarter D. Waning-gibbous
MOON PHASES - $200 The new moon occurs directly before the _____. A. Waning-crescent moon B. Waxing-crescent moon C. Full moon D. First-quarter moon
MOON PHASES - $300 What causes the phases of the moon? A. Earth’s revolution around the sun B. Earth’s revolution around the moon C. The moon revolving around the sun D. The moon revolving around Earth
MOON PHASES - $400 Which phase of the moon occurs just before the waxing-gibbous and after the waxing-crescent? A. Full moon B. New moon C. Last quarter moon D. First quarter moon
MOON PHASES - $500 During which phase of the moon does a lunar eclipse occur? A. Full moon B. New moon C. Last quarter D. New quarter
EARTH - $100 B. 30
EARTH - $200 C. A year
EARTH - $300 C. Equator
EARTH - $400 D. Counter Clockwise
EARTH - $500 D. The axis of Earth is tilted.
SEASONS - $100 B. Summer Solstice
SEASONS - $200 C. Earth’s tilted axis and revolution
SEASONS - $300 D. Summer in the northern hemisphere
SEASONS - $400 B. Long days and short nights
SEASONS - $500 D. Vernal Equinox
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $100 C. Total eclipse
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $200 B. Every 12 hours
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $300 D. Earth is between the sun and moon.
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $400 C. Umbra
ECLIPSES/TIDES - $500 D. Gravity of the moon
MOON - $100 A. There is no atmosphere
MOON - $200 A. Maria
MOON - $300 C. Rilles
MOON - $400 True
MOON - $500 B. 1969
MOON PHASES - $100 C. First-quarter
MOON PHASES - $200 A. Wanning-crescent moon
MOON PHASES - $300 D. The moon revolving around Earth
MOON PHASES - $400 D. First-quarter
MOON PHASES - $500 A. Full Moon
FINAL CATEGORY What month do we add a day, how often do we add it, and what do we call it.
FINAL CATEGORY th 4 February, every year, Leap
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JEOPARDY! Slide Show Notes • • The font for the question & answer slides is “Enchanted; ” a copy of this font in located in the “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. (This font will need to be installed in the C: /WINDOWS/FONTS folder of the computer running the show. ) In order to keep all of the sounds and fonts together, copy the entire “REAL Jeopardy Template” folder. To change the categories: – – • 1. Go to “Edit” and “Replace…” 2. In the Find box, type ACRONYMS (all caps) 3. In the Replace box, type the category in all caps (for example, PRESIDENTS) 4. Click Replace All. . . To use the Daily Double: – 1. Choose which dollar values to set as Daily Double – 2. Link that dollar value to one of the DD slides – 3. Link the arrow on the DD slide to the correct question slide (so dollar/category match)
Running the JEOPARDY! Slide Show • • On the game board with the categories on top, click on the desired dollar value. (The first game board is used only to blink in the dollar values like the show. ) ICONS: – – ? Go to the answer screen. House Go back to the game board. Right Arrow (on Daily Doubles) Go to the question screen. Turned-up Arrow Reload question screen after incorrect guess