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CATEGORY 3

CATEGORY 4

CATEGORY 5

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Explanation

EXPLORING SOLIDS

3-D

SHAPES

IDENTIFY THESE SOLID

FIGURES AND THEIR

CHARACTERISTICS.

EXPLORE CONNECTING SOLIDS

AND SHAPES

SOLIDS

AND

SHAPES

IDENTIFY THESE 2- AND 3-

DIMENSIONAL SHAPES AND

THEIR CHARACTERISTICS.

LINES AND LINE SEGMENTS

LINES

IDENTIFY THESE LINES AND

LINE SEGMENTS.

EXPLORING ANGLES

ANGLES

IDENTIFY THESE ANGLES AS

RIGHT, GREATER THAN RIGHT,

OR LESS THAN RIGHT ANGLES.

PERIMETER AND AREA

PERIM.

AND AREA

IDENTIFY THE VOCABULARY

ASSOCIATED WITH  PERIMETER

& AREA.

PERIMETER AND AREA

PERIM.

AND AREA

IDENTIFY THE PERIMETER AND

AREA OF FIGURES.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

WHICH THREE DIMENSIONAL

SOLID FIGURE LOOKS LIKE A

DIE?

WHAT IS A CUBE?

A 2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE THAT

HAS FOUR EQUAL SIDES AND

FOUR CORNERS.

WHAT IS A SQUARE?

A STRAIGHT PATH THAT IS

ENDLESS IN BOTH DIRECTIONS

WHAT IS A LINE?

A CLOSED FIGURE WITH THREE

OR MORE SIDES MADE UP OF

LINE SEGMENTS

WHAT IS A POLYGON?

QUANTITY USED AS A

STANDARD OF MEASUREMENT

WHAT IS UNIT?

FIND THE PERIMETER OF A

RECTANGLE WITH LONG SIDES

OF 12 FEET AND SHORT SIDES

OF 4 FEET.

WHAT IS 32 FEET?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

WHICH THREE DIMENSIONAL

SOLID FIGURE LOOKS LIKE A

CAN OF SOUP?

WHAT IS A CYLINDER?

A 2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE THAT

HAS NO SIDES AND NO

CORNERS.

WHAT IS A CIRCLE?

AN EXACT POSITION

WHAT IS A POINT?

THIS IS FORMED BY TWO RAYS

OR LINE SEGMENTS WITH A

COMMON END POINT.

WHAT IS AN ANGLE?

THE DISTANCE AROUND A

FIGURE

WHAT IS PERIMETER?

FIND THE PERIMETER OF A

RECTANGLE WITH LONG SIDES

OF 15 METERS AND SHORT

SIDES OF 10 METER.

WHAT IS 50 METERS?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

WHICH THREE DIMENSIONAL

SOLID FIGURE LOOKS LIKE A

KICKBALL?

WHAT IS A SPHERE?

A 2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE THAT

HAS FOUR STRAIGHT SIDES,

(OPPOSITE SIDES EQUAL), AND

FOUR CORNERS.

WHAT IS A RECTANGLE?

PART OF A LINE THAT IS

ENDLESS IN ONE DIRECTION

WHAT IS A RAY?

AN ANGLE THAT FORMS A

SQUARE CORNER.

WHAT IS A RIGHT

ANGLE?

THE UNIT USED TO MEASURE

AREA

WHAT IS SQUARE

UNITS?

ON GRID PAPER, SHADE IN A

FIGURE WITH AN AREA OF 8

SQUARE UNITS.

STUDENTS' FIGURES

SHOULD HAVE 8 SQUARES

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

WHICH THREE DIMENSIONAL

SOLID FIGURE LOOKS LIKE A

BOX OF CEREAL?

WHAT IS A

RECTANGULAR PRISM?

A 2-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE THAT

HAS THREE SIDES AND THREE

CORNERS.

WHAT IS A TRIANGLE?

PART OF A LINE WITH TWO

ENDPOINTS

WHAT IS A LINE

SEGMENT?

EACH CORNER OF A POLYGON

FORMS THIS.

WHAT ARE ANGLES?

THE NUMBER OF SQUARE

UNITS  NEEDED TO COVER THE

SURFACE OF A FIGURE.

WHAT IS AREA?

FIND THE PERIMETER OF A

SQUARE WITH  SIDES OF 5

INCHES.

WHAT IS 20 INCHES?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

WHICH THREE DIMENSIONAL

SOLID FIGURE LOOKS LIKE A

ROOF TO A BUILDING OR

HOUSE?

WHAT IS A PYRAMID?

WHICH 3-DIMENSIONAL FIGURE

LOOKS LIKE A BIRTHDAY

PARTY HAT?

WHAT IS A CONE?

LINES THAT CROSS AT ONE

POINT

WHAT ARE

INTERSECTING?

THE LETTER L IS AN EXAMPLE

OF THIS TYPE OF ANGLE.

WHAT IS A RIGHT

ANGLE?

WHICH CALCULATION

(PERIMETER OR AREA)

ALWAYS IS ANSWERED IN

SQUARE UNITS?

WHAT IS AREA?

ON GRID PAPER, SHADE IN A

FIGURE WITH AN AREA OF 12

SQUARE UNITS.

STUDENTS' FIGURES

SHOULD HAVE 12

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SOLID FIGURES AND ART  

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 CLUE:   

DRAW A PICTURE OF A HOUSETHAT INCLUDES AT LEAST 4DIFFERENT SOLID FIGURES.   

 Response:   

STUDENTS DRAWINGSCOULD INCLUDE A

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Explanation

EXPLORING SOLIDS

3-D

SHAPES

IDENTIFY THESE SOLID

FIGURES AND THEIR

CHARACTERISTICS.

EXPLORE CONNECTING SOLIDS

AND SHAPES

SOLIDS

AND

SHAPES

IDENTIFY THESE 2- AND 3-

DIMENSIONAL SHAPES AND

THEIR CHARACTERISTICS.

LINES AND LINE SEGMENTS

LINES

IDENTIFY THESE LINES AND

LINE SEGMENTS.

EXPLORING ANGLES

ANGLES

IDENTIFY THESE ANGLES AS

RIGHT, GREATER THAN RIGHT,

OR LESS THAN RIGHT ANGLES.

SLIDES, FLIPS, AND TURNS

SLIDES

ETC.

IDENTIFY SLIDES, FLIPS, AND

TURNS OF OBJECTS.

SYMMETRY

SYMM.

IDENTIFY SYMMETRICAL

FIGURES.

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

A FLAT SURFACE OF A SOLID

FIGURE

WHAT IS A FACE?

A FIVE SIDED

TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE

WHAT IS A PENTAGON?

LINES THAT DO NOT CROSS

WHAT ARE PARALLEL

LINES?

WHEN AN ANALOG CLOCK

SHOWS THAT IT IS 3:10, WHAT

TYPE OF ANGLE DO THE

HANDS FORM?

WHAT IS LESS THAN A

RIGHT ANGLE?

TO MOVE A FIGURE IN ONE

DIRECTION.

WHAT IS A SLIDE?

A LINE ON WHICH A FIGURE

CAN BE FOLDED SO THAT

BOTH PARTS MATCH

EXACTLY.

WHAT IS A LINE OF

SYMMETRY?

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THE PLACE WHERE TWO

FACES OF A SOLID FIGURE

MEET

WHAT IS AN EDGE?

A SIX SIDED

TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE

WHAT IS A HEXAGON?

THE LETTER   T   IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS TYPE OF

LINE.

WHAT IS

INTERSECTING LINES?

WHEN AN ANALOG CLOCK

SHOWS THAT IT IS 2:50, WHAT

TYPE OF ANGLE DO THE

HANDS FORM?

WHAT IS GREATER THAN

A RIGHT ANGLE?

TO TURN A FIGURE OVER.

WHAT IS A FLIP?

DOES A HEXAGON HAVE 0, 1,

OR MORE THAN ONE LINE OF

SYMMETRY?

WHAT IS MORE THAN 1?

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

HOW IS A RECTANGULAR

PRISM LIKE A CUBE?  HOW IS IT

DIFFERENT?

SAME=  6 FACES, 12

EDGES DIFF.= SHAPES

AN EIGHT SIDED

TWO-DIMENSIONAL SHAPE

WHAT IS AN OCTAGON?

THE SYMBOL FOR   =   IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS TYPE OF

LINE.

WHAT ARE PARALLEL

LINES?

WHEN AN ANALOG CLOCK

SHOWS THAT IT IS 3:00, WHAT

TYPE OF ANGLE DO THE

HANDS FORM?

WHAT IS A RIGHT

ANGLE?

TO ROTATE A FIGURE.

WHAT IS A TURN?

DOES A CIRCLE HAVE 0, 1, OR

MORE THAN ONE LINE OF

SYMMETRY?

WHAT IS MORE THAN 1?

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

TELL HOW A BALL AND A CAN

OF SOUP ARE ALIKE AND HOW

THEY ARE DIFFERENT.

ALIKE=  BOTH CURVED

SIDES, ROLL DIFF.=  

WHICH SOLID FIGURES HAVE

ONLY ONE SHAPE OF FACE?

IDENTIFY THE SOLIDS AND THE

SHAPE OF THEIR FACES.

CUBE= SQUARE FACES

CONE & CYLINDER =

THE LETTER   X  IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS TYPE OF

LINE.

WHAT ARE

INTERSECTING LINES?

THE CORNER OF A BOOK

FORMS THIS TYPE OF ANGLE.

WHAT IS A RIGHT

ANGLE?

ON THE CHALKBOARD, DRAW

A FLIP OF THE LETTER E.

INCLUDE BOTH WAYS THAT

THE LETTER CAN BE FLIPPED.

(TO THE LEFT AND DOWN).

DRAWINGS SHOULD

CORRECTLY SHOW THE

DOES  THE LETTER T HAVE 0, 1,

OR MORE THAN ONE LINE OF

SYMMETRY?

WHAT IS 1?

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

TELL HOW A CAN AND A BOX

ARE ALIKE AND HOW THEY ARE

DIFFERENT.

SAME=  FLAT TOP AND

BOTTOM DIFF.=  BOX

WHICH SOLID FIGURES HAVE

MORE THAN ONE SHAPE OF

FACE?  IDENTIFY THE SOLIDS

AND THE SHAPES OF THEIR

FACES.

PYRAMID=  TRIANGLE &

SQUARE RECT. PRISM=

THE NUMBER   11   IS AN

EXAMPLE OF THIS TYPE OF

LINE.

WHAT ARE PARALLEL

LINES?

THE SYMBOL FOR < FORMS

THIS TYPE OF ANGLE.

WHAT IS LESS THAN A

RIGHT ANGLE?

ON THE CHALKBOARD, DRAW

A TURN AND SLIDE OF THE

LETTER E.

DRAWINGS SHOULD

CORRECTLY SHOW THE

DOES THE LETTER E HAVE 0, 1,

OR MORE THAN ONE LINE OF

SYMMETRY?

WHAT IS 1?

 CATEGORY:   

SOLID FIGURES AND ART  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

DRAW A PICTURE OF A HOUSETHAT INCLUDES AT LEAST 4DIFFERENT SOLID FIGURES.   

 Response:   

STUDENTS DRAWINGSCOULD INCLUDE A

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