Natural forces & Energy
Water animals
Birds
Land animals
Bodies of Water
100

This natural force causes things to go down to Earth and is the weakest force in nature.

What is gravity?

100

This sea animal breathes underwater with gills and not air with lungs.

What are fish?

100

This bird is commonly used for its meat in our recipes and its meat doesn't put us to sleep.

What is a chicken?

100

This four-legged house pet cleans its fur and is quite agile.

What is a house cat?

100

This body of water lies to the west of California and has Hawaii in it.

What is the Pacific Ocean?

200

This natural force is commonly used to make things work and go including your car, computer and lights.

What is electricity?

200

This animal in the ocean is the largest kind of animal.

What is a whale?

200

This fish-eating bird with a large mouth was featured in "Finding Nemo."

What is a pelican?

200

This animal was used in numerous means of transportation before modern cars were invented

What is the horse?

200

This body of water is the largest and longest river in Africa and flows northward.

What is the Nile River?

300

This natural force often involves using gravity and material pressed continually against an object or objects.

What is pressure?

300

This animal is a mammal is black and white all over and is a fierce predator.

What is a killer whale?

300

This kind of bird has flat feet, swims and flies.  Famous fictional birds of this kind have been in various cartoons include Disney and WB.

What is a duck?

300

The 4-legged land mammal has a large trunk for its nose between two large tusks and is very large.

What is an elephant?

300

The Nile River ends at this body of water and is surrounded almost completely by land except in the far west where it spills into an ocean.

What is the Mediterranean Sea?

400

This kind of energy is used to enable us to see.

What is light?

400

These kind of animals breath both air and in water.

What are amphibians?

400

This kind of bird doesn't fly, but swims and thrives in cold climates like Antarctica.

What is a penguin?

400

This flightless bird is the largest bird on our planet.

What is an ostrich?

400

These bodies of water exist in North America and border the United States and Canada.

What are the Great Lakes or 5 Great Lakes?

500

This kind of energy enables our ears to work for us to hear.

What is sound?
500

This mainly free-swimming underwater animal with umbrella-shaped bells and trailing tentacles and can give you an electric shock.

What is a jelly fish?

500

This kind of bird is completely black and a group of it is called a murder.

What is a crow?

500

This animal is a reptile that has no legs and slithers to move. Often poisonous and dangerous.

What is a snake?

500

This kind of body of water is long, narrow inlet bordered by steep sides or cliffs and is commonly found in Norway, Denmark, Alaska, Antarctica.  Also depicted in Disney's movie, "Frozen."

What is a fjord?

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