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SCIENCE VOCABULARY

SCIENCE

VOCAB

IDENTIFY THE TERMS FROM

THE DEFINITIONS GIVEN.

INVENTORS

INVEN-

TORS

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

SCIENTIFIC UNITS

SCIENTI-

FIC UNITS

GIVEN THE  MEASURE, LIST THE

UNIT. EX: MEASURE IS

FREQUENCY, UNIT WOULD BE

ANIMAL TERMS

ANIMAL

TERMS

IDENTIFY FROM THE

INFORMATION GIVEN.

THE ELEMENTS

ELEMENT

GIVE THE SYMBOL FOR THE

FOLLOWING ELEMENTS

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

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Response 1

A SCALE USED TO MEASURE

THE AMOUNT OF ENERGY

RELEASED BY AN

EARTHQUAKE

RICHTER SCALE

AMERICAN INVENTORS OF THE

AIRPLANE. THEY MADE THEIR

FIRST FLIGHT ON DECEMBER 17,

1903 NEAR KITTY HAWK, NC.

ORVILLE AND WILBUR

WRIGHT

ELECTRIC CURRENT

AMPERE

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A DUCK

DUCKLING

IODINE

I

THIS WORD REFERS TO THE

PRODUCT OF THE FORCE

EXERTED ON AN OBJECT

MULTIPLIED BY THE DISTANCE

THE OBJECT IS MOVED

WORK`

CLUE 2

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400 POINTS


Response 2

THE SUPERCONTINENT MADE

UP OF ALL THE CONTINENTS

JOINED TOGETHER ABOUT 250

MILLIONS YEARS AGO

PANGAEA

HE INVENTED THE

THERMOMETER IN 1593.

GALILEO

RESISTANCE

OHM

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF AN EAGLE

FLEDGLING

KRYPTON

KR

THIS TYPE OF ELECTRICITY IS

PRODUCED BY CHARGED

BODIES

STATIC

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
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Response 3

A CHART THAT ORGANIZES

ALL KNOWN ELEMENTS BY THE

NUMBER OF PROTONS IN THE

NUCLEUS OF EACH ELEMENT

AND GIVES OTHER

INFORMATION

PERIODIC TABLE

HE INVENTED THE MERCURY

THERMOMETER IN 1714

GABRIEL FAHRENHEIT

ENERGY

JOULE

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A ELEPHANT

CALF

LEAD

PB

NAME FOR THE MINERAL FUEL

THAT IS SEDIMENTARY ROCK

MADE FROM THE DECAYED

REMAINS OF VEGETATION

COAL

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A DIAGRAM THAT SHOWS

HOW THE FORMATION OF

IGNEOUS, SEDIMENTARY, AND

METAMORPHIC ROCKS CAN BE

INTERRELATED AND HOW THEY

ARE CONSTANTLY RECYCLED

ROCK CYCLE

THEY INVENTED THE HOT AIR

BALLOON IN 1783.

JACQUES AND JOSEPH

MONTGOLFIER

DISTANCE (NOT A UNIT OF

TIME)

LIGHT YEAR

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A FOX

KIT, CUB, PUP

LITHIUM

LI

TERM THAT REFERS TO THE

MASS OF AN OBJECT

MULTIPLIED BY ITS VELOCITY

MOMENTUM

CLUE 5

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1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE PROCESS THAT FORMS

NEW OCEAN CRUST BY

MAGMA OOZING OUT ONTO

THE OCEAN FLOOR THROUGH

A MID OCEAN RIDGE

SEAFLOOR SPREADING

HE INVENTED THE ELECTRIC

BATTERY IN 1800.

ALLESANDRO VOLTA

FORCE

NEWTON

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A GOAT

KID

MAGNESIUM

MG

NAME OF THE LIQUID FUEL

THAT COMES FROM THE

DECAY OF MARINE

ORGANISMS

PETROLEUM OR OIL

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WHICH OF THE FOLLOWINGTWO ARE NOT METALS -SODIUM, COPPER, LITHIUM,CARBON, IRON, OXYGEN   

 Response:   

CARBON AND OXYGEN

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SCIENCE VOCABULARY

SCIENCE

VOCAB

IDENTIFY THE TERM FROM THE

DEFINITION GIVEN.

SCIENTISTS

SCIEN-

TISTS

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

INVENTORS AND INVENTIONS

INVEN-

TIONS

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

ANIMAL TERMS

ANIMAL

TERMS

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

THE ELEMENTS

ELEMENT

GIVE THE ELEMENT FOR THE

FOLLOWING SYMBOLS.

HODGE PODGE

HODGE

PODGE

IDENTIFY FROM THE CLUES

GIVEN.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
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Response 1

THINGS THAT PEOPLE THROW

AWAY THAT ARE IN SOLID OR

NEAR-SOLID FORMS

SOLID WASTE

GERMAN ASTRONOMER.

FAMOUS FOR THE THREE

LAWS OF PLANETARY

REVOLUTION.

JOHANNES KEPLER

AMERICAN INVENTOR. HE

ESTABLISHED THE POLAROID

CORP. AND INVENTED THE

POLAROID CAMERA IN 1947.

EDWIN LAND

NAME THE MALE AND FEMALE

TERM FOR THE WHALE.

MALE - BULL FEMALE -

COW

CU

COPPER

FIRST FORM OF COAL

FORMATION

PEAT

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

DESCRIBES A WARM FRONT OR

A COLD FRONT THAT HAS

STOPPED MOVING

STATIONARY

AUSTRIAN MONK AND

GENETICIST. NOTED FOR HIS

WORK IN HEREDITY.

GREGOR MENDEL

AMERICAN INVENTOR. THE

INVENTOR OF THE MODERN

TELEGRAPHY, DRAWING OFF

THE WORK OF OTHER

SCIENTISTS INCLUDING ANDRE

AMPERE

SAMUEL MORSE

IDENTIFY THE MALE AND

FEMALE NAME FOR THE ZEBRA

MALE - STALLION

FEMALE - MARE

ES

EINSTEINIUM

NAME FOR BROWN COAL THAT

HAS LOST MOST OF ITS

MOISTURE

LIGNITE

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

DESCRIBES MATERIALS THAT

ARE KEPT FROM FALLING OR

SINKING

SUSPENDED

ENGLISH MATHEMATICIAN AND

SCIENTIST. IN THE 1660'S HE

DISCOVERED THAT WHITE

LIGHT IS COMPOSED OF EVERY

COLOR IN THE SPECTRUM.

SIR ISAAC NEWTON

HE BUILT THE FIRST

REFLECTING TELESCOPE IN

1668.

SIR ISAAC NEWTON

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A DEER.

FAWN

AU

GOLD

"SI" STANDS FOR STANDARDS

INTERNATIONAL. THIS IS THE SI

UNIT OF POWER.

WATT

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THE MOVEMENT OF AIR FROM

WARM, HIGH PRESSURE AREAS

INTO COOLER, LOW PRESSURE

AREAS DUE TO DIFFERENCES

IN PRESSURE

WIND

FRENCH CHEMIST. HE

PIONEERED THE PROCESS OF

PASTEURIZATION AND

DEVELOPED RABIES AND

ANTHRAX VACCINES.

LOUIS PASTEUR

AMERICAN INVENTOR OF THE

FIRST PASSENGER ELEVATOR

IN 1857

ELISHA OTIS

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A DOG

PUP

HE

HELIUM

THIS IS THE "SI" UNIT OF

PRESSURE

PASCAL

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

A MOUNTAIN THAT FORMS

WHEN ONE PLATE IS PUSHED

BENEATH ANOTHER PLATE,

AND AS THE PLATE MELTS,

THE MAGMA RISES AND A

VOLCANO IS CREATED.

VOLCANIC MOUNTAIN

AMERICAN PHYSICIAN AND

MICROBIOLOGIST FAMOUS

FOR DEVELOPING THE FIRST

VACCINE AGAINST POLIO

JONAS EDWARD SALK

HE INVENTED THE BICYCLE IN

1839

KIRKPATRICK

MACMILLAN

NAME THE TERM GIVEN FOR

THE YOUNG OF A DONKEY

COLT

H

HYDROGEN

THIS IS THE "SI" BASE UNIT OF

MASS

KILOGRAM

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 CLUE:   

WHICH OF THE FOLLOWINGTWO ARE NOT METALS -SODIUM, COPPER, LITHIUM,CARBON, IRON, OXYGEN   

 Response:   

CARBON AND OXYGEN

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