Vocabulary
State Symbols
Scientific Method
True/False
Historic Sites

100

anything made, used, or altered by humans
What is an artifact?

100

State Tree
What is Norway or Red Pine.

100

an educated guess
What is a hypothesis.

100

Glaciers did NOT extend into Iowa.
What is False.

100

Discovered at Itasca
What is the Bison Kill Site.

200

a scientist who studies past human life by examining artifacts
What is an archaeologist?

200

State Muffin
What is Blueberry.

200

The last step of the scientific method.
What is Conclusion.

200

Some early Minnesotans made burial mounds.
What is True.

200

Artifacts here determined that the people traded with groups that were far away.
What is The Bryan Site.

300

a large body of ice that can grow or shrink depending on the climate
What is a glacier.

300

State Bird
What is the Common Loon.

300

The first step of the scientific method.
What is Ask a Question.

300

Carvings into wood are called petroglyphs.
What is False.

300

Over 5,000 rock carvings were found here.
What is the Jeffers Petroglyph Site.

400

seasonal movement from one region to another
What is migration.

400

State Drink
What is Milk.

400

Process used to determine if the hypothesis is correct.
What is Perform an Experiment.

400

Evidence of Minnesota's earliest people includes writing.
What is False.

400

This place has the largest burial mound in Minnesota.
What is Grand Mound.

500

the material on which a judgment or conclusion may be based
What is evidence.

500

State Fish
What is the Walleye.

500

Keeping track of what happened during the experiment.
What is Recording the Findings.

500

Mammoths once lived in Minnesota.
What is True.

500

Bones and scales of sturgeon were found here.
What is Grand Mound.