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Physical Science Jeopardy
Ways to
Use
Thermal
Energy
Conductors
Insulators
Ways to
Produce
Thermal
Energy
Magnets
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1,000
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1,000
Ways to Use Thermal Energy: 100
Which of the following is
a household item
that uses thermal
energy?
A. Shower
B. Stove
C. Iron
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
Ways to Use Thermal Energy: 500
List 2 objects that use
thermal energy.
Ways to Use Thermal Energy:1,000
Why was fire important
to people before
electricity was
invented?
Conductors: 100
What is a conductor?
A. An object that
thermal energy
cannot move
through easily.
B. The movement of
thermal energy.
C. An object that
thermal energy can
move through easily.
Conductors: 500
Which is an example of
a conductor?
A. Blanket
B. Oven mitt
C. Metal spoon
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
Conductors: 1,000
A student places an ice
cube on two objects:
a piece of wood and a
metal lid from a can.
Then, she floats each
in a pan of hot water.
Hypothesize what will
happen to the ice on
the metal lid. Why?
Insulators: 100
Which substance is the
best insulator?
A. Copper
B. Iron
C. Silver
D. Wood
Insulators: 500
What could the owner of a
house do to keep the
house cool on a hot day
and save money?
A. Turn the thermostat to a
cooler setting.
B. Add insulation to the
walls.
C. Keep the refrigerator
door open.
Insulators: 1,000
Suggest three things
that people could do
to warm themselves
on a cold day.
Ways to Produce Thermal Energy:
100
Which way of producing
thermal energy is
shown in the
illustration?
A. Burning
B. Friction
C. Using electricity
D. Mixing chemicals
Ways to Produce Thermal Energy:
500
Which particles are
moving the fastest?
A. Particles in ice
B. Particles in boiling
water
C. Particles in water
from the sink
D. Particles in a glass
with water and ice
Ways to Produce Thermal Energy:
1,000
Which of the following is
a way to produce
friction?
A. Plug in a hairdryer
B. Rub two sticks
together
C. Use solar panels to
heat water
D. Mix two different
chemicals
Magnets: 100
What must an object
contain for it to be
attracted by a
magnet?
A. Opposite poles
B. Iron
C. Aluminum
D. All of the above
E. None of the above
Magnets: 500
Two magnets held S
Pole to S Pole will
_____________; two
magnets held N Pole
to S Pole will
_______________.
Magnets: 1,000
Which is not a use for
magnets?
A. To make electricity
B. To make compasses
C. To sort metal for
recycling
D. To separate glass
from plastic
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