GAME NAME:

LIGHT AND SOUND

SINGLE JEOPARDY!®  

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Explanation

WHAT IS LIGHT?

WHAT IS

LIGHT?

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN LIGHT

HITS AN OBJECT?

WHEN

LIGHT HITS

HOW DOES SOUND TRAVEL?

HOW

SOUND

TRAVELS

HOW DO YOU HEAR SOUND?

HOW YOU

HEAR

SOUND

VOCABULARY

VOCAB

LIGHT AND SOUND

LIGHT AND

SOUND

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
200 POINTS


Response 1

LIGHT THAT YOU CAN SEE

BELONGS TO THIS.

THE VISIBLE SPECTRUM

THIS TYPE OF MATERIAL

ALLOWS LIGHT TO PASS

THROUGH.

TRANSPARENT

SOUND IS MADE WHEN THIS

HAPPENS.

MATTER VIBRATES

THE PART OF THE EAR THAT

YOU CAN SEE.

THE OUTER EAR

TO MOVE QUICKLY BACK AND

FORTH.

VIBRATE

THE SUNLIGHT IS THIS COLOR.

WHITE

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 2

RAINBOWS ARE FORMED WHEN

THIS HAPPENS.

WATER DROPLETS BREAK

UP SUNLIGHT.

THIS WORD MEANS BOUNCES

BACK.

REFLECT

AS SOUND WAVES MOVE

THROUGH THE AIR, THEY MAKE

THIS VIBRATES.

AIR

THIS IS THE THIN LAYER OF

SKIN INSIDE YOUR EAR.

EAR DRUM

THE LOUDNESS OR SOFTNESS

OF A SOUND.

VOLUME

THIS IS THE ONLY KIND OF

ENERGY WAVE THAT YOU CAN

SEE.

LIGHT WAVES

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
600 POINTS


Response 3

WHITE LIGHT IS MADE UP OF

THIS.

MANY DIFFERENT

COLORS

A LENS THAT IS THICKER IN

THE MIDDLE THAN ON THE

EDGES

CONVEX LENS

THIS DESCRIBES HOW LOUD

OR SOFT A SOUND IS.

VOLUME

THIS IS THE INSTRUMENT THAT

DOCTORS USE TO LISTEN TO

YOUR HEART AND LUNGS.

STETHOSCOPE

TO MAKE STRONGER OR

STRENGTHEN

AMPLIFY

A RED FLOWER IS RED

BECAUSE IT DOES THIS.

ABSORBS ALL COLORS

EXCEPT RED.

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 4

THESE ALWAYS TRAVEL IN

STRAIGHT LINES.

LIGHT WAVES

AN IMAGE IS A __________ OF

AN OBJECT IN A MIRROR OR

THROUGH A LENS.

REFLECTION

THESE ARE SOME EXAMPLES

OF HARMFUL SOUNDS.

JET PLANE, HEAVY

TRAFFIC, LOUD MUSIC,

TO AMPLIFY SOUND IS TO DO

THIS.

MAKE IT LOUDER

A LENS THAT IS THINNER IN THE

MIDDLE THAN AT THE EDGES.

CONCAVE LENS

YOU CANNOT SEE A

REFLECTION IN A ROUGH

SURFACE BECAUSE ROUGH

SURFACES DO THIS.

SCATTER THE LIGHT

RAYS THAT HIT THEM.

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
1000 POINTS


Response 5

THE SUN, CANDLES, MATCHES,

AND FLASHLIGHTS ARE

EXAMPLES OF THIS.

LIGHT SOURCE

THIS MEANS TO TAKE IN

ABSORB

SOUND WAVES TRAVEL

QUICKEST THROUGH THIS KIND

OF MATERIALS.

SOLIDS SUCH AS WOOD

THIS INSTRUMENT HAS A

MOUTHPIECE AND A BUILT-IN

MICROPHONE THAT MAKES

SOUND LOUDER.

BULLHORN

DOES NOT ALLOW LIGHT TO

PASS THROUGH

OPAQUE

THE LENSES INSIDE YOUR EYES

ARE THIS KIND OF LENS

CONVEX

 CATEGORY:   

LIGHT AND SOUND  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

WHEN THERE IS NO LIGHT, ALLOBJECTS ARE THIS COLOR.WHY?    

 Response:   

NONE.  YOU CANNOTSEE COLORS WITHOUT

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 GAME NAME:

LIGHT AND SOUND

DOUBLE JEOPARDY!®  

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Explanation

WHAT IS LIGHT

WHAT IS

LIGHT

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN LIGHT

HITS AN OBJECT?

WHEN

LIGHT HITS

HOW DOES SOUND TRAVEL?

HOW

SOUND

TRAVELS

HOW DO YOU HEAR SOUND?

HOW YOU

HEAR

SOUND

VOCABULARY

VOCAB

LIGHT AND SOUND

LIGHT AND

SOUND

CLUE 1

ROW VALUE
400 POINTS


Response 1

THESE CAN TRAVEL IN EMPTY

SPACE.

LIGHTWAVE

THIS TYPE OF MATERIAL

ALLOWS LIGHT TO PASS

THROUGH, BUT SCATTERS IT.

TRANSLUCENT

THIS DESCRIBES HOW HIGH OR

LOW A SOUND IS.

PITCH

THIS IS THE SNAIL SHAPED

MATERIAL IN THE EAR THAT

TRANSFER SOUND TO THE

NERVE.

LIQUID IN THE EAR

LIGHT ENERGY THAT CAN BE

SEEN AND BROKEN INTO THE

COLORS OF THE RAINBOW.

VISIBLE SPECTRUM

LIGHT BENDS WHEN THIS

HAPPENS.

MOVES FROM ONE

MATERIAL INTO

CLUE 2

ROW VALUE
800 POINTS


Response 2

THESE ARE EXAMPLES OF

ENERGY THAT ARE NOT

VISIBLE.

MICROWAVE, UV,

INFRARED, X RAYS

THIS MEANS TO PASS

THROUGH.

TRANSMIT

SOUND TRAVELS SLOWEST

THROUGH THIS.

AIR

A MICROPHONE CHANGES

SOUND WAVES INTO THIS.

ELECTRIC ENERGY

THE DISTANCE FROM A POINT

ON A WAVE TO THE SAME

POINT ON ANOTHER WAVE.

WAVELENGTH

ALL SOUNDS ARE ALIKE IN THIS

WAY.

THEY ARE ALL CAUSED

BY VIBRATION OF

CLUE 3

ROW VALUE
1200 POINTS


Response 3

WAVELENGTH IS THIS THE

DISTANCE BETWEEN A POINT

ON ONE WAVE AND THIS.

THE SAME POINT ON

THE NEXT WAVE.

THIS TYPE OF LENS IS THINNER

IN THE MIDDLE THAN AT THE

EDGES.

CONCAVE

AIR INSIDE A LARGE MUSICAL

INSTRUMENT VIBRATES ______

THAN AIR INSIDE A SMALL

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT.

SLOWER

THIS INSTRUMENT HELPS

PEOPLE HARD OF HEARING TO

HEAR BETTER.

HEARING AID

THE HIGHNESS OR LOWNESS

OF A SOUND

PITCH

SOME SOUNDS ARE LOUDER

THAN OTHER SOUNDS

BECAUSE OF THIS.

THEY ARE MADE WITH

MORE ENERGY

CLUE 4

ROW VALUE
1600 POINTS


Response 4

THIS CAN TRAVEL LONG

DISTANCES WITHOUT

BECOMING DIM.

LASER LIGHT

THIS TYPE OF MATERIAL DOES

NOT ALLOW LIGHT TO PASS

THROUGH.

OPAQUE

A LOUD SOUND REQUIRES ____

ENERGY THAN A SOFT SOUND.

MORE

SOME ANIMALS CAN HEAR

SOUNDS THAT YOU CANNOT

HEAR FOR THESE REASONS.

THE SOUND IS TOO

HIGH-PITCHED OR TOO

A LENS THAT IS THICKER IN

THE MIDDLE THAN AT THE

EDGES

CONVEX LENS

SOUND TRAVELS THE

FASTEST IN WHICH OF THE

FOLLOWING MATERIAL? AIR,

WATER, SALT WATER, WOOD.

WOOD

CLUE 5

ROW VALUE
2000 POINTS


Response 5

DIFFERENT COLORS OF LIGHT

HAVE DIFFERENT __________.

WAVELENGTH

THESE OBJECTS ABSORB

ALMOST ALL OF THE LIGHT

THAT HITS THEM.  THEY DO

NOT REFLECT ANY COLORS OF

LIGHT.

BLACK OBJECTS

WHEN SOUND VIBRATIONS

MOVE THROUGH MATTER,

THEY DO THIS TO THE

PARTICLES OF MATTER.

PUSH THEM CLOSER

TOGETHER

THE SHAPE OF THE OUTER EAR

HELP DO THIS.

MOVE SOUND WAVE

INSIDE YOUR HEAD.

TO ALLOW LIGHT TO PASS

THROUGH.

TRANSMIT

LASER BEAMS ARE MORE

POWERFUL THAN REGULAR

LIGHT BECAUSE OF THIS.

ALL LASER WAVES HAVE

THE SAME WAVELENGTH

 CATEGORY:   

LIGHT AND SOUND  

FINAL JEOPARDY!®  

 CLUE:   

WHEN THERE IS NO LIGHT, ALLOBJECTS ARE THIS COLOR.WHY?    

 Response:   

NONE.  YOU CANNOTSEE COLORS WITHOUT

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