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 GAME NAME: PSSA GRADE 3- MATH SINGLE JEOPARDY!®

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 BASIC CALCULATIONS BASIC FACTS IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 GEOMETRY TERMS 3-D IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 GEOMETRY TERMS 2-D IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 DATA COLLECTION AND DISPLAY DATA IDENTIFY THESE VOCABULARY WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH GRAPHING.
 GEOMETRY TERMS GEOM. IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 PROBABILITY AND PREDICTIONS PROB. IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY WORDS THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THESE

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS

Response 1

THE NUMBER THAT IS THE

WHAT IS A SUM?

A SOLID FIGURE THAT HAS THE

SHAPE OF A ROUND BALL.

WHAT IS A SPHERE?

A POLYGON THAT HAS FOUR

SIDES AND FOUR RIGHT

ANGLES.

WHAT IS A RECTANGLE?

A GRAPH THAT USES BARS TO

SHOW DATA.

WHAT IS A BAR GRAPH?

A TRANSFORMATION THAT

PRODUCES A MIRROR IMAGE

OF A FIGURE.

WHAT IS A FLIP?

THE PROBABILITY THAT A

PARTICULAR EVENT WILL

OCCUR.

WHAT ARE CHANCES?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 2

THE NUMBER THAT IS THE

RESULT OF SUBTRACTING ONE

NUMBER FROM ANOTHER.

WHAT IS A

DIFFERENCE?

A SOLID FIGURE THAT HAS

SQUARES FOR ITS 6 FACES.

WHAT IS A CUBE?

A POLYGON THAT HAS FOUR

EQUAL SIDES AND FOUR RIGHT

ANGLES.

WHAT IS A SQUARE?

INFORMATION USED TO MAKE

CALCULATIONS

WHAT IS DATA?

A LINE SEGMENT FORMING

PART OF A PLANE FIGURE.

WHAT IS A SIDE?

HAPPEN.

WHAT IS A

PREDICTION?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS

Response 3

A GROUP OF RELATED FACTS.

WHAT IS A FACT

FAMILY?

A SOLID FIGURE WHOSE 6

FACES ARE ALL RECTANGLES.

WHAT IS A

RECTANGULAR PRISM?

A POLYGON THAT HAS THREE

SIDES.

WHAT IS A TRIANGLE?

A MARK USED TO RECORD

DATA

WHAT IS A TALLY

MARK?

THE DISTANCE AROUND A

CLOSED FIGURE.

WHAT IS PERIMETER?

THE CHANCE THAT AN EVENT

WILL HAPPEN.

WHAT IS PROBABILITY?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 4

A NUMBER ADDED TO FIND A

SUM.

A FLAT SURFACE OF A SOLID

FIGURE.

WHAT IS A FACE?

A PLANE FIGURE IN WHICH ALL

THE POINTS ARE THE SAME

DISTANCE FROM A POINT

CALLED THE CENTER.

WHAT IS A CIRCLE?

A PICTURE IN A PICTOGRAPH

THAT STANDS FOR A GIVEN

NUMBER OF OBJECTS.

WHAT IS A SYMBOL?

THE NUMBER OF SQUARE

UNITS NEEDED TO COVER A

CLOSED FIGURE.

WHAT IS AREA?

PROBABLY WILL NOT HAPPEN

WHAT IS UNLIKELY?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS

Response 5

THE NUMBER SENTENCE USED

TO SOLVE A PROBLEM.

WHAT IS AN EQUATION?

A SOLID FIGURE THAT HAS

CONGRUENT CIRCLES FOR ITS

TWO FACES.

WHAT IS A CYLINDER?

TWO RAYS WITH A COMMON

ENDPOINT.

WHAT IS AN ANGLE?

QUESTION OR QUESTIONS

PEOPLE.

WHAT IS A SURVEY?

A LINE THAT DIVIDES A FIGURE

INTO TWO HALVES THAT ARE

MIRROR IMAGES OF EACH

OTHER.

WHAT IS LINE OF

SYMMETRY?

PROBABLY WILL HAPPEN

WHAT IS LIKELY?

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 GAME NAME: PSSA GRADE 3- MATH DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®

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 FULL SIZECATEGORY ABBREVIATEDCATEGORY Explanation
 BASIC CALCULATIONS BASIC FACTS IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 GEOMETRY TERMS 3-D IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 GEOMETRY TERMS 2-D IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 DATA COLLECTION AND DISPLAY DATA IDENTIFY THESE VOCABULARY WORDS ASSOCIATED WITH GRAPHING.
 MISCELLANEOUS VOCABULARY JUST VOCAB. IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.
 MISCELLANEOUS VOCABULARY JUST VOCAB. IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY TERMS ASSOCIATED WITH THESE DEFINITIONS.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS

Response 1

OBJECTS ARRANGED IN ROWS

AND COLUMNS.

WHAT IS AN ARRAY?

A SOLID FIGURE THAT HAS A

CIRCLE FOR ITS ONLY BASE.

WHAT IS A CONE?

A FIVE SIDED POLYGON.

WHAT IS A PENTAGON?

A GRAPH THAT USES PICTURES

TO SHOW DATA

WHAT IS A

PICTOGRAPH?

THE GREATEST NUMBER

WHAT IS MOST OR

GREATEST?

A DIE WITH NUMBERS ON IT

WHAT IS A NUMBER

CUBE?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS

Response 2

THE NUMBER THAT IS THE

RESULT OF MULTIPLYING TWO

OR MORE FACTORS.

WHAT IS A PRODUCT?

A LINE SEGMENT WHERE 2

FACES OF A SOLID FIGURE

MEET.

WHAT IS AN EDGE?

A SIX SIDED POLYGON.

WHAT IS A HEXAGON?

A METHOD OF ORGANIZING

WHAT IS A CHART OR A

TABLE?

THE LEAST NUMBER

WHAT IS FEWEST OR

LEAST?

A WHOLE NUMBER THAT HAS

0, 2, 4, 6, OR 8 IN THE ONES

PLACE.

WHAT IS AN EVEN

NUMBER?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS

Response 3

NAMING THE SAME AMOUNT.

WHAT IS EQUAL OR

EQUIVALENT?

A SOLID FIGURE WHOSE BASE

IS A SQUARE OR A RECTANGLE

AND ITS FACES ARE

TRIANGLES WITH A COMMON

POINT.

WHAT IS A PYRAMID?

AN EIGHT SIDED POLYGON.

WHAT IS AN OCTAGON?

A GRAPH THAT CONNECTS

POINTS TO SHOW HOW DATA

CHANGES OVER TIME.

WHAT IS A LINE

GRAPH?

A WHOLE NUMBER THAT HAS 1,

3, 5, 7, OR 9 IN THE ONES PLACE.

WHAT IS AN ODD

NUMBER?

REPLACING A NUMBER WITH A

HOW MUCH OR HOW MANY.

WHAT IS ROUNDING?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS

Response 4

THE NUMBER OTHER THAN THE

REMAINDER THAT IS THE

RESULT OF DIVIDING.

WHAT IS A QUOTIENT?

HAVING LENGTH, WIDTH, AND

HEIGHT.

WHAT IS THREE

DIMENSIONAL?

AN ANGLE THAT FORMS A

SQUARE CORNER.

WHAT IS A RIGHT

ANGLE?

A PAIR OF NUMBERS USED TO

LOCATE A POINT ON A

COORDINATE GRID

WHAT IS ORDERED PAIR

OR NUMBER PAIR?

THE SYMBOLS USED TO SHOW

NUMBERS: O, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8,

AND 9.

WHAT ARE DIGITS?

THE VALUE GIVEN TO THE

PLACE A DIGIT HAS IN A

NUMBER.

WHAT IS PLACE VALUE?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS

Response 5

TO NAME A WHOLE NUMBER IN

A DIFFERENT WAY. EXAMPLE:

28 = 1 TEN AND 18 ONES

WHAT IS REGROUPING?

A FIGURE THAT HAS LENGTH,

WIDTH, HEIGHT, AND VOLUME.

WHAT IS A SOLID

FIGURE?

A TRIANGLE THAT FORMS A

SQUARE CORNER.

WHAT IS A RIGHT

TRIANGLE?

A SEQUENCE OF OBJECTS,

EVENTS, OR IDEAS THAT

REPEAT.

WHAT IS A PATTERN?

THE RELATIONSHIP OF ONE

NUMBER BEING FARTHER TO

THE RIGHT ON A NUMBER LINE

THAN ANOTHER NUMBER.

WHAT IS GREATER

THAN?

THE RELATIONSHIP OF ONE

NUMBER BEING FARTHER TO

THE LEFT ON A NUMBER LINE

THAN ANOTHER NUMBER.

WHAT IS LESS THAN?

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