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Water Jeopardy 3rd

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Shari Tindall

on 2 December 2016

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Transcript of Water Jeopardy 3rd

Jeopardy
Water Conservation
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How can we save water while brushing our teeth?
Answer:
Turn of the water while brushing
10 points
What does it mean to conserve water?
Answer:
Save or use water wisely
20 Points
Precipitation is what part of the water cycle?
Answer:
Rain & Snow
30 Points
Daily
Double
Answer:
Milk
Daily Double 80 pts.
Answer:
Aquifer
40 Points
How much fresh drinking water is on the earth?
Answer:
40 Points
Answer:
30 Points
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Answer:
Water
10 Points
Answer:
Wells
Answer:
Southern California
40 Points
Answer:
Groundwater
or Aquifers
20 Points
Daily
Double
30
Give examples of surface water.
Answer:
Daily Double
Lakes, rivers, streams, snow, ice, creeks, ponds
Answer:
evaporation, condensation, precipitation, infiltration,
transpiration
10 Points
Answer:
Liquid, solid, gas
30 Points
We put these in our water to make it cold.
Answer:
Ice cubes
10 Points
Answer:
The
Water Cycle
20 Points
30 Points
Answer:
The Sacramento Delta
This is how much salt water there is on the earth.
40 Points
Answer:
This is a long concrete river that carries water from the Delta to Southern California.
This is how water cycles through the earth.
Answer:
20 Points
The Water Cycle
We use water for these activities.
Answer:
10 Points
Drinking, cleaning, shower, watering plants
Answer:
40 Points
Water and a water bill
Answer:
50 Points
No
Why is clean water so important?
Answer:
Every living thing needs water to survive.
20 Points
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Evaporation is part of this.
This is where the State Water Project begins.
This is your city's water department.
The water district or
water department
sends this to your
home.
Bonus
Bonus
Bonus
The California
Aqueduct
Bonus 50pts
Answer:
Does the Inland Empire get water from the ocean?
97%
Name a part
of the
water cycle.
Where does most of our drinking water come from?
Water comes in these three forms.
Water is used to make this.
It takes 65 gallons of water to make one gallon of this.
Most people live in this part of California.
The water district uses these to pull water from the ground.
40 points
This is a holding area of water underground.
60 points
Precipitation!
10
Plants, animals & people need this to live.
t-shirts, food, plastic, paper, etc.
WATER BILL
1%
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