Plants and Animals
Changes to Earth
Sustainability
Properties of Matter
Ms. Moran Trivia
100

This is the natural home of a plant, animal, or other organism.

Habitat

100

This is a sudden release of energy under Earth’s surface that makes the ground shake or crack

An earthquake

100

These creatures are forming a natural breakwater in the East River to stop flooding.

Oysters

100

These are the properties of matter.

Solid, Liquid, Gas

Bonus: Plasma!

100

These are the grades that Ms. Moran teaches.

Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade.

200

This part of the plant transports nutrients from the soil to the leaves.

The stem

200

These are two of the main causes of erosion.

Wind and Water

200

This bin in the cafeteria is for uneaten food and food-soiled paper products.

Compost Bin

200

This is one way that matter can change states.

Adding or removing heat

200

This is the name of Ms. Moran's cat.

Theo

300

This is a type of animal that eats both plants and other animals.

An omnivore

300

Many different things can cause the Earth to change quickly--these events are three of them.

Volcanoes, earthquakes, hurricanes, landslides, tsunamis, tornadoes

300

By 2050, scientists predict there will be more of this in the ocean than fish.

Plastic

300

Everything in our world is made up of these.

Atoms

300

This is the state that Ms. Moran is from.

Massachusetts

400

There are many different types of habitats around the world. These are 4 of them.

Ocean, Freshwater, Forest, Rainforest, Grassland, Desert, Tundra, Polar Ice

400

This part of the Earth's crust causes earthquakes and tsunamis.

Tectonic Plates

400
Metal cans, glass jars, and plastic bottles can be put into this colored bin.

Blue Bin

400

This is the process of a solid becoming a liquid.

Fusion

400

Ms. Moran was a TA for these teachers in her first year at NEST+m.

Ms. Phan and Ms. Walker

500

Animals can be sorted into 6 different classes. These are 3 of them.

Invertebrates, Fish, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals

500

This is the process in which sediment from erosion is taken somewhere else.

Deposition

500

These 2 gases are 98% of the gas that landfills emit.

Methane and Carbon

500

There are these many elements in the periodic table.

118

500

Ms. Moran's office is in this teacher's classroom.

Ms. Christou

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