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FINAL, UPDATED Sunday 2/21/08


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Are YOU Smarter than a 5th Grader?

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Theme
Song
Are you smarter than a fifth grader?
Cause there's gonna be a test later
Tell your teachers, now you're back in school
Are you smarter than you used to be?
Are you smarter than a fifth grader?
Grab a pencil and a piece of paper
Tell your teachers, now you're back in school
Are you smarter than you used to be?
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Question #
Question
ANSWER
1
3rd Grade Geography ~ What is the Capital of Massachussets?ANSWER 1
2
2nd Grade Health ~ True or False? The Small Intestine is longer than the Large Intestine?ANSWER 2
3
3rd Grade Astronomy ~ What is another name for the North Star? Alpha Centauri, Polaris, or Sirius?ANSWER 3
4
1st Grade Social Studies ~ 5 of the U.S. Federal Holidays fall on what day of the week?ANSWER 4
5
1st Grade Animal Science ~ What is the Largest Animal in the World?ANSWER 5
6
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ According to the U.S. Constitution, the President is part of what branch of the U.S. Government?ANSWER 6
7
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the Supplementary Angle to an Angle of 40 degrees?ANSWER 7
8
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the Reciprocal of 3/4?ANSWER 8
9
1st Grade Spelling ~ How many of the words for 1-10 have 5 letters?ANSWER 9
10
3rd Grade History ~ What U.S. State did the Civil War Gettysburg battle take place?ANSWER 10
11
1st Grade Earth Science ~ Daylight Savings Time incorporates what Season in its' entirety?ANSWER 11
12
2nd Grade Health ~ Typical people have how many baby teeth as kids? 20, 24 or 48?ANSWER 12
13
2nd Grade Measurements ~ How many meters in a kilometer?ANSWER 13
14
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the root word of the word "LONGEST"?ANSWER 14
15
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ In terms of land area, what is the smallest U.S. State?ANSWER 15
16
4th Grade U.S. History ~ What is the 1st name of former U.S. President Taylor?ANSWER 16
17
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ How many legs does a butterfly have?ANSWER 17
18
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the numeric value of the roman numeral "L"?ANSWER 18
19
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ How many Justices serve on the U.S. Supreme Court?ANSWER 19
20
2nd Grade Measurements ~ If March 1st falls on a Wednesday, what day does April 1st fall on?ANSWER 20
21
5th Grade World Geography ~ The Strait of Magellan runs through the southern tip of what continent?ANSWER 21
22
3rd Grade English ~ What is the Simple Past Tense of the verb "drink"?ANSWER 22
23
5th Grade Earth Science ~ What element comprises the majority of the Earth's atmosphere?ANSWER 23
24
US HISTORY ~ Who was the 1st U.S. Secretary of the Treasury?ANSWER 24
25
1st Grade Grammar ~ True or False? The word "monsters" is the subject of the following sentence. "The idea of monsters living under his bed kept Kyle awake at night."ANSWER 25
26
2nd Grade Measurements ~ Jacob left his home for school at 7:45 a.m. and arrived back home at 3:45 p.m., how many hours was he gone?ANSWER 26
27
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ The female of what animal is called a EWE?ANSWER 27
28
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ The following is an outline of what U.S. State?
ANSWER 28
29
4th Grade World Geography ~ BERN is the capital of what European country?ANSWER 29
30
3rd Grade Astronomy ~ True or False? Light is the only thing that can escape a black holeANSWER 30
31
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What man who later became U.S. President represented the U.S. Soldiers who were on trial for the Boston Massacre?ANSWER 31
32
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the sum of 11.5 and negative 14?ANSWER 32
33
5th Grade Literature ~ Mark Twain is the pseudonym of what famous American author who wrote "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn"ANSWER 33
34
MATHEMATICS ~ What is the only prime number that is a factor of 16?ANSWER 34
35
1st Grade Art ~ The 3 secondary colors are Green, Purple and what other color?ANSWER 35
36
1st Grade Music ~ Which of the following instruments is part of the PERCUSSION family? Viola, Xylophone, Bassoon?ANSWER 36
37
2nd Grade Grammar ~ How many singular nouns are in the following sentence? "Jeff went to the park to see the flock of seagulls."?ANSWER 37
38
3rd Grade Geography ~ True/False? The Equator passes through the southern tip of North AmericaANSWER 38
39
2nd Grade Vocabulary ~ What word starting with the letter Q can mean both a spike on a porcupine and a bird feather used as a pen?ANSWER 39
40
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What whole number is closest to the square root of 50?ANSWER 40
41
4th Grade World History ~ What is the name for the form of picture writing used by the ancient Egyptians?ANSWER 41
42
5th Grade Science ~ What do plants lose during the process of "transpiration"? Roots, Water Vapor or Seeds?ANSWER 42
43
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ In what U.S. State is the Lincoln home National Historic Site located?ANSWER 43
44
1st Grade Grammar ~ What word is the subject of the following sentence "The spaceship landed in Jacob's back yard"?ANSWER 44
45
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ The United Nations Headquarters are in what city?ANSWER 45
46
1st Grade Measurements ~ True/False.....In a leap year, there are more days in Jan/Feb combined than in Nov/Dec combinedANSWER 46
47
2nd Grade Literature ~ Which is a fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson?
The Duchess and the Door
The Princess and the Pea
The Lady and the Lion
ANSWER 47
48
4th Grade Science ~ Which subatomic particle is NOT contained within the nucleus of an atom?
Proton, Neutron, or Electron
ANSWER 48
49
4th Grade Mathematics ~ If a car is traveling 40 mph, How long does it take to drive 190 miles?ANSWER 49
50
1st Grade English ~ How many nouns are in the following sentence? "The rabbit ran to the cafeteria and ate a really big salad."ANSWER 50
51
3rd Grade Measurements ~ What unit of measurement is abbreviated "oz."?ANSWER 51
52
2nd Grade Health ~ True/False.....The human shoulder is a ball & socket joint?ANSWER 52
53
3rd Grade Life Science ~ Which of the following is a mammal?
Sea Horse, Sea Lion or Sea Urchin?
ANSWER 53
54
2nd Grade World Geography ~ Which Continent is the least populated?ANSWER 54
55
4th Grade Social Studies ~ Since the late 1930's, what calendar date has been designated for the inauguration of the U.S. President?ANSWER 55
56
5th Grade Astronomy ~ In the initials of the federal agency N.A.S.A., what does the first A stand for?ANSWER 56
57
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What Revolutionary Leader wrote the influential pamphlet "COMMON SENSE" in 1776?ANSWER 57
58
5th Grade Astronomy ~ What was the name of the first satellite that the United States sent into space?ANSWER 58
59
1st Grade Animal Science ~ A group of wolves is a "pack", what is a group of Lions called?ANSWER 59
60
2nd Grade Earth Science ~ True/False?...All snowflakes are 10-sided geometric figures.ANSWER 60
61
1st Grade Mathematics ~ Kyle has $2.00 in change, all in dimes and nickels. If he has 13 dimes, how many nickels does he have?ANSWER 61
62
4th Grade Geography ~ The majority of Yellowstone National Park lies within what U.S. State?ANSWER 62
63
5th Grade Life Science ~ In the human body, the adrenal glands are located directly above what organ?ANSWER 63
64
1st Grade Social Studies ~ Irving Berlin wrote what patriotic anthem that contains the words "Stand Beside her and Guide Her"?ANSWER 64
65
1st Grade Spelling ~ When reciting the alphabet in order, the 4th consonant you'll say is what?ANSWER 65
66
2nd Grade World Geography ~ France borders what ocean?ANSWER 66
67
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True/False?...Every adult rhinoceros has exactly one hornANSWER 67
68
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What state's nickname is "The Show Me State"?ANSWER 68
69
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ What man who would later be President was the Commander in Chief of the American Army during the U.S. Revolutionary War?ANSWER 69
70
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ Which of the following scales is used to measure Earthquake intensity?

a. The Richter Scale
b. The Saffin-Simpson Scale
c. The Fujita Scale
ANSWER 70
71
4th Grade Mathematics ~ How many numbers between 10 and 20 are perfect SQUARES?ANSWER 71
72
4th Grade Astonomy ~ Approximately how long does it take for the moon to make one orbit once around the earth?

a. One Day
b. One Month
c. One Year
ANSWER 71
73
5th Grade Measurements ~ How many Pecks are in a Bushel?ANSWER 73
74
1st Grade Science ~ Which of the following foods has seeds on the inside?

a. Orange
b. Potato
c. carrot
ANSWER 74
75
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Chickens are cold blooded animalsANSWER 75
76
3rd Grade World History ~ True or False?...Vikings (Norsemen) originated in ScandanaviaANSWER 76
77
4th Grade World Geography ~ What country borders Spain to the west?ANSWER 77
78
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ If Jacob always goes bowling 3 times per week, How many times does he bowl in 11 weeks?ANSWER 78
79
5th Grade U.S. Geography ~ Completed in 1825, what man-made waterway in NY State connects the Hudson River to the Great Lakes?ANSWER 79
80
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ What U.S. State was named after a King of England?ANSWER 80
81
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...All birds are mammalsANSWER 81
82
4th Grade U.S. History ~ In what decade did James Marshall discover gold nuggets, sparking the famous California "Gold Rush"?ANSWER 82
83
4th Grade World Geography ~ Mt. Kilimanjaro is located in what continent?ANSWER 83
84
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ True or False?...Vermont was one of the original 13 colonies?ANSWER 84
85
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ The U.S. State of Indiana borders which Great Lake?ANSWER 85
86
1st Grade Spelling ~ The names of how many days of the week do NOT start with T or S?ANSWER 86
87
1st Grade Geography ~ True or False?...Including Alaska and Hawaii, there are more U.S. States bordering the Pacific Ocean than the Atlantic OceanANSWER 87
88
2nd Grade Vocabulary ~ What word can mean both "An Instrument used to draw circles" and also "a device used for determining direction"?ANSWER 88
89
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ Cows gather in herds, what do Ants gather in?ANSWER 89
90
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ An Isosceles Triangle has how many equal sides?ANSWER 90
91
3rd Grade Life Sciences ~ Russett and Yukon Gold are varieties of what vegetable?ANSWER 91
92
4th Grade World Geography ~ Mount Everest is located in what mountain range?
a. Andes
b. Alps
c. Himalayas
ANSWER 92
93
4th Grade Social Studies ~ According to Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution, what government official of the Executive Branch also serves as President of the Senate?ANSWER 93
94
5th Grade History ~ What former U.S. President was also the 1st American to win the Nobel Peace Prize?ANSWER 94
95
3rd Grade Grammar ~ The sentence "Alana always ate anchovies" is an example of which of the following?
a. Future Tense
b. Alliteration
c. Compound Sentence
ANSWER 95
96
2nd Grade Measurements ~ If Jacob stands on Spencer's shoulders, they are 2 1/2 yeards high. How many feet is that?ANSWER 96
97
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the abbreviation in the following sentence? "Mr. Foxworthy was voted teacher of the year."ANSWER 97
98
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ Alana went on a trip to the Everglades, what U.S. State did she visit?ANSWER 98
99
2nd Grade Astronomy ~ True or False?...The Planet Jupiter has a larger mass than EarthANSWER 99
100
2nd Grade World Geography ~ What city is the capital of Japan?ANSWER 100
101
3rd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The ORCA is a type of dolphinANSWER 101
102
3rd Grade World History ~ According to the ancient Roman Calendar, the IDES of MARCH falls on what day in March?ANSWER 102
103
5th Grade Earth Science ~ By definition, an ANEMOMETER measure the speed of what?ANSWER 103
104
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Who immediaely followed Abraham Lincoln as U.S. President?ANSWER 104
105
4th Grade Measurements ~ On a map, if 1 inch = 20 miles, then how many inches is 180 miles?ANSWER 105
106
4th Grade Cultural Studies ~ Who was the Greek God of WINE?ANSWER 106
107
1st Grade Health ~ True or False?...The ESOPHAGUS is a passageway that connects the mouth to the noseANSWER 107
108
2nd Grade Earth Science ~ A man-made lake created for the purpose of storing water is called a what?
a. Channel
b. Reservoir
c. Isthmus
ANSWER 108
109
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the product of 2/3 and 48?ANSWER 109
110
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ The U.S. State of Hawaii is located in what ocean?ANSWER 110
111
2nd Grade Grammar ~ The following sentence contains how many possessive pronouns?..."Alana let Jacob ride her bike because his had a flat tire."ANSWER 111
112
3rd Grade World Geography ~ What is the capital of the United Kingdom?ANSWER 112
113
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Brown beard can be found in the wild in North AmericaANSWER 113
114
1st Grade Mathematics ~ A rectangle has how many sides?ANSWER 114
115
2nd Grade Astonomy ~ True or False?...Meteor showers can occur when the Earth passes through the dust of a comet's tailANSWER 115
116
3rd Grade Art ~ What U.S. City is the home of the Metropolitan Museum of Art?ANSWER 116
117
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Kyle and Jacob hop in a car in San Francisco, and start driving due east. What is the first state they will pass into?ANSWER 117
118
5th Grade Health ~ In the 1950's, Dr. Jonas Salk developed a vaccine that would protect people from what disease?ANSWER 118
119
4th Grade Life Science ~ In humans, bone marrow produces what type of blood cells?
a. Red Blood Cells
b. White Blood Cells
c. Both Red & White Blood Cells
ANSWER 119
120
4th Grade World Geography ~ Sweden's longest land border is with what other country?ANSWER 120
121
5th Grade World History ~ What Egyptian queen was the wife of Roman general Marc Antony?ANSWER 121
122
3rd Grade Cultural Studies ~ What building is the official residence of England's Queen Elizabeth II?ANSWER 122
123
5th Grade Music ~ In the 1720's, what man composed a series of violin concertos known as "the Four Seasons"?ANSWER 123
124
3rd Grade Geography ~ True or False?...North America is in the Eastern HemisphereANSWER 124
125
5th Grade Algebra ~ If y=3x and 3x=12, then what number does y= ?ANSWER 125
126
3rd Grade Astronomy ~ On which planet would a person weigh the most?

a. Mercury
b. Saturn
c. Jupiter
ANSWER 126
127
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ Which U.S. President is featured on the face of the nickel?ANSWER 127
128
4th Grade Mathematics ~ If the Diameter of a circle=4 inches, then what is the radius of the circle?ANSWER 128
129
5th Grade U.S. Geography ~ True or False?...Ohio shares a border with IllinoisANSWER 129
130
5th Grade Physical Science ~ Density describes the mass of an object divided by what?ANSWER 130
131
4th Grade Grammar ~ What is the adverb in the following sentence? "My father snored loudly and it kept my mother awake"ANSWER 131
132
3rd Grade Animal Science ~ A Giant Panda's natural habitat is on what continent?ANSWER 132
133
2nd Grade Measurements ~ How many months of the year have 31 days?ANSWER 133
134
1st Grade World Geography ~ What is the only continent that is also a country?ANSWER 134
135
4th Grade U.S. History ~ What is the first name of former U.S. President Taylor?ANSWER 135
136
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...8/7 is an improper fractionANSWER 136
137
2nd Grade Science ~ The process of pasteurization was developed from the work of what French scientist who was born in 1822?ANSWER 137
138
3rd Grade Measurements ~ If Jacob writes his age in Roman Numerals as XXIV, how old is he pretending to be?ANSWER 138
139
1st Grade Social Studies ~ What is the title of the U.S. National Anthem?ANSWER 139
140
1st Grade World Geography ~ Which of the world's major oceans lies directly east of Africa?ANSWER 140
141
4th Grade Geometry ~ In a Right Triangle, the side opposite the right angle is called what?
a. Radius
b. Hypotenuse
c. Base
ANSWER 141
142
5th Grade Life Science ~ How many incisors are there in a typical adult human mouth?ANSWER 142
143
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ What is 309 rounded to the nearest hundred?ANSWER 143
144
1st Grade Vocabulary ~ True or False?...The "Stern" of a boat refers to the front of the boatANSWER 144
145
4th Grade Science ~ The force of attraction between any 2 objects that have mass is called what
a. Gravity
b. Friction
c. Fusion
ANSWER 145
146
2nd Grade Spelling ~ The names of how many colors of the rainbow are spelled with 3 letters?ANSWER 146
147
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ What state borders South Dakota to the north?ANSWER 147
148
3rd Grade Measurements ~ What unit of power is abbreviated by the letter W?ANSWER 148
149
3rd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...An Alaskan malamute is a species of fishANSWER 149
150
4th Grade World Geography ~ In terms of area, what is the largest desert in Africa?ANSWER 150
151
5th Grade Cultural Studies ~ The ancient region known as Mesopotamia was bordered by the Euphrates and what other river?ANSWER 151
152
5th Grade World History ~ The League of Nations was formed at the conclusion of what war?ANSWER 152
153
5th Grade Health ~ Of the 32 teeth in the adult mouth, how many are bicuspids?ANSWER 153
154
1st Grade Social Studies ~ What is the only national holiday that always falls on a Thursday?ANSWER 154
155
1st Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...The Sum of 2 whole numbers is ALWAYS another whole number?ANSWER 155
156
2nd Grade English ~ How many adjectives are in the following sentence? "Spencer takes good care of his hairy dog"?ANSWER 156
157
3rd Grade Animal Science ~ What is the last stage a butterfly goes through before it becomes an adult?

a. Pupa
b. Larva
c. Egg
ANSWER 157
158
4th Grade Life Science ~ Muscles are attatched to bones by what?

a. Ligaments
b. Tendons
c. Marrow
ANSWER 158
159
2nd Grade Cultural Studies ~ The leaf of what tree is on the Canadian National Flag?ANSWER 159
160
3rd Grade World Geography ~ The GANGES river flows through Bangledesh and what other country?ANSWER 160
161
5th Grade Measurements ~ How many watts are used during 1 Kilowatt Hour?ANSWER 161
162
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Who was the only person to be elected U.S. President 4 imes?ANSWER 162
163
4th Grade World History ~ Ivan the Terrible was a Czar of what country?ANSWER 163
164
5th Grade World History ~ Which Frenchman was the 1st European explorer to navigate the St. Lawrence River in Canada?ANSWER 164
165
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False...The Pterodactil was an ancient reptile that could fly?ANSWER 165
166
4th Grade Earth Science ~ Lightning is what type of electricity?
a. Current
b. Alternating
c. Static
ANSWER 166
167
1st Grade Spelling ~ PODIUM has how many vowels?ANSWER 167
168
4th Grade Health ~ The hardest tissue in the human body covers up the teeth. What is the name of this tissue?ANSWER 168
169
5th Grade World History ~ Charles Lindbergh flew the first solo nonstop transatlantic flight from New York to what city?ANSWER 169
170
2nd Grade World History ~ Egyptian pharoah Tutunkoman lived approximately when?
a. 1400 A.D.
b. 1400 B.C.
c. 500 A.D.
ANSWER 170
171
2nd Grade Geography ~ How many U.S. States have the word North, South, East, West in their names?ANSWER 171
172
1st Grade Mathematics ~ Which number has a ZERO in the 10's place?
a. 75
b. 57
c. 157
ANSWER 172
173
1s Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...All adult kangaroos have pouches?ANSWER 173
174
3rd Grade World Geography ~ The equator intersects what other imaginary line at 0 Longitude and 0 Latitude?ANSWER 174
175
4th Grade U.S. History ~ On March 14, 1794, who received a patent for the Cotton Gin?ANSWER 175
176
5th Grade Measurements ~ If you travel 2 decameters and a hectometer, how far have you traveled?ANSWER 176
177
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ Which Ocean borders Georgia?ANSWER 177
178
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the common noun in the following sentence? "I Saw it in the city of Buffalo"ANSWER 178
179
4th Grade U.S. History ~ Who was the U.S. President just prior to F. D. Roosevelt?ANSWER 179
180
1st Grade Civics ~ Which of the following is a national U.S. holiday?
a. Arbor Day
b. Flag Day
c. New Year's Day
ANSWER 180
181
1st Grade Science ~ How many horns did the triceratops dinosaur have on it's head?ANSWER 181
182
2nd Grade Spelling ~ What month comes last alphabetically?ANSWER 182
183
2nd Grade Geography ~ The country of Mexico is on what continent?ANSWER 183
184
3rd Grade Astonomy ~ What planet is the 2nd closest to our sun?ANSWER 184
185
3rd Grade Health ~ How many bones are in the typical adult human's body?
a. 206
b. 306
c. 406
ANSWER 185
186
4th Grade Social Studies ~ How long is one regular term for a U.S. Senator?ANSWER 186
187
4th Grade Grammar ~ True or False?..."OR" and "BUT" are examples of interjectionsANSWER 187
188
5th Grade U.S. History ~ After Washington, Adams & Jefferson, who was the 4th President of the United States?ANSWER 188
189
5th Grade Measurements ~ One gallon = how many pints?ANSWER 189
190
2nd Grade Astonomy ~ The planet Earth is located in what galaxy?ANSWER 190
191
4th Grade World Geography ~ What is the capital of Sweden?ANSWER 191
192
1st Grade Music ~ What national hymn written by Katharine Lee Bates contains the words "from sea to shining sea"?ANSWER 192
193
3rd Grade Cultural Studies ~ What was the name of the Egyptian god of the SUN?

a. Ra
b. Hathor
c. Ramses
ANSWER 193
194
1st Grade Mathematics ~ Which of the following is the smallest?

a. 1/3
b. 1/4
c. 1/2
ANSWER 194
195
2nd Grade Measurements ~ A U.S. month will have a Friday the 13th if the 1st of the month is on what day?ANSWER 195
196
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ How many degrees are in a quarter of a circle?ANSWER 196
197
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The EMU is a flightless bird?ANSWER 197
198
4th Grade U.S. History ~ Before he eventually became President of the U.S., Harry Truman was a Senator representing what state?ANSWER 198
199
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ What U.S. State is nicknamed "the Lonestar State"?ANSWER 199
200
2nd Grade Grammar ~ What is the verb in the following sentence? "It is such a nice day."?ANSWER 200
201
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ Which is not a member of the U.S. Presidential Cabinet?

a. Secretary of Education
b. Attorney General
c. White House Press Secretary
ANSWER 201
202
5th Grade World Geography ~ The Gobi desert is located on what continent?ANSWER 202
203
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A salamander is a lizard?ANSWER 203
204
1st Grade English ~ True or False?...The word "ten" is an antonym of the word "net"?ANSWER 204
205
2nd Grade World Geography ~ Excluding Antarctica, which continent reaches the furthest south?ANSWER 205
206
5th Grade U.S. Geography ~ Which of the Great Lakes lies furthest East?ANSWER 206
207
1st Grade Science ~ The Sun is primarily made up of what substance?

a. Gas
b. Molten Metal
c. Rock
ANSWER 207
208
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ Steven has $100.00 in pennies. How many pennies does he have?ANSWER 208
209
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A typical male moose sheds it's antlers every year?ANSWER 209
210
2nd Grade Earth Science ~ In the Northern Hemisphere, the summer solstice appears in what month?ANSWER 210
211
4th Grade Mathematics ~ Billy's yard is a perfect square. 12 feet on each side. What is 1/2 the perimeter of the yard?ANSWER 211
212
4th Grade Social Studies ~ An American citizen must be how old to be a congress-person in the U.S. House of Representatives?ANSWER 212
213
1st Grade Art ~ The color PINK is created by mixing white with what Primary color?ANSWER 213
214
2nd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...A River's place of origin is it's "mouth"?ANSWER 214
215
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Which of the following states extends the furthest SOUTH?

a. Utah
b. New Mexico
c. Nebraska
ANSWER 215
216
1st Grade Mathematics ~ Spence cuts pizza into thirds, then cuts each third in half. How many pieces of pizza does he now have?ANSWER 216
217
3rd Grade World Geography ~ The ALPS are a mountain range located primarily on what continent?ANSWER 217
218
4th Grade Animal Science ~ Which of the following is an ANTHROPOID?

a. Bee
b. Ape
c. Lobster
ANSWER 218
219
3rd Grade Grammar ~ Which is the adverb in the following sentence? "Yesterday, Kyle drove his dad's car"ANSWER 219
220
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ In 1782, what became the official bird of the United States?ANSWER 220
221
2nd Grade Grammar ~ How many "articles" are in the following sentence? "Marki saw an owl, which is a nocturnal animal in the bird family."ANSWER 221
222
1st Grade History ~ True or False?...The year 1895 was in the 19th century?ANSWER 222
223
1st Grade Reading ~ In Mythology, what was the name of Paul Bunyan's Blue Ox?ANSWER 223
224
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ Granite is an example of what type of rock?

a. Igneous
b. Sedimentary
c. Metamorphic
ANSWER 224
225
4th Grade Measurements ~ Kyle is 4" taller than Alana (who is 4'2"). How many inches tall is Kyle?ANSWER 225
226
3rd Grade Cultural Studies ~ In Greek Mythology, who was Zeus' wife who was also known as the Queen of the Gods?

a. Aphrodite
b. Hera
c. Athena
ANSWER 226
227
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What future U.S. President created the framework for "the Virginia Plan" that structured our government into 3 branches?ANSWER 227
228
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ The New England area does not include which of the following states?

a. Delaware
b. Vermont
c. Connecticut
ANSWER 228
229
3rd Grade World Geography ~ Which of these is not an independent country?

a. Greenland
b. Iceland
c. Sri Lanka
ANSWER 229
230
1st Grade Science ~ What gemstone is formed inside mollusks such as oysters?ANSWER 230
231
3rd Grade World History ~ True or False?...Florence Nightingale, a pioneer of modern nursing was born in Florence, Italy?ANSWER 231
232
2nd Grade Health ~ Which of the 5 senses is most related to the OLFACTORY system?ANSWER 232
233
4th Grade Astonomy ~ The 4 main phases of the moon are FULL, 1st QUARTER, LAST QUARTER and what?ANSWER 233
234
1st Grade English ~ Besides "I", what is the only other letter in the alphabet that you have to "dot" in it's lower case version?ANSWER 234
235
4th Grade Art ~ Pablo Picasso, who developed an artistic style known as CUBISM, was born in what century?ANSWER 235
236
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Thomas Jefferson died on 7/4/1826, what other U.S. President died on the very same day?ANSWER 236
237
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The Platupus is a mammalANSWER 237
238
1st Grade Social Studies ~ Who was the 16th President of the U.S.?ANSWER 238
239
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What river forms the border between Indiana and Kentucky?ANSWER 239
240
2nd Grade English ~ How many compound words are in the following sentence? "Someone from the classroom was playing baseball in the cafteria."?ANSWER 240
241
3rd Grade Measurements ~ One inch = how many centimeters?

a. 1.27
b. 2.05
c. 2.54
ANSWER 241
242
2nd Grade Cultural Studies ~ This picture is the national flag of what country?

ANSWER 242
243
5th Grade Science ~ What is the most abundant element in the universe?ANSWER 243
244
4th Grade Health ~ What blood type is referred to as the "universal recipient"?

a. A
b. O
c. AB
ANSWER 244
245
4th Grade Ancient Cultures ~ The great sphinx in Egypt has the head of a man and the body of what species of animal?ANSWER 245
246
5th Grade World History ~ The 100 years war in the 14th and 15th centuries was primarily a battle between England and what other country?ANSWER 246
247
1st Grade Music ~ What is the 5th word in the Star Spangled Banner?

a. Light
b. See
c. Red
ANSWER 247
248
1s Grade Grammar ~ How many singular nouns are in the following sentence? "The girls were mad at the boys because the boys threw snowballs at them."ANSWER 248
249
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Yosemite National Park is in what U.S. State?ANSWER 249
250
3rd Grade Astonomy ~ True or False?...The Milky Way Galaxy has more than 1 billion stars?ANSWER 250
251
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...the humpback whale is cold-blooded?ANSWER 251
252
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ The U.S. Declaration of Independence was written and signed in what year?ANSWER 252
253
4th Grade U.S. History ~ U.S. President Hayes elected in 1876 had what first name?ANSWER 253
254
5th Grade Science ~ What precious metal has the symbol AG on the Periodic Table of Elements?ANSWER 254
255
4th Grade World Geography ~ What is the capital of Brazil?ANSWER 255
256
5th Grade Drama ~ "Two households, both alike in dignity" is the opening line of what Shakespearean play?ANSWER 256
257
5th Grade World Geography ~ Russia's longest land border is with what other country?ANSWER 257
258
1st Grade Social Studies ~ What was the first name of the first U.S. First Lady?ANSWER 258
259
2nd Grade English ~ True or False?...The follwing sentence is grammatically correct. "I don't know who's book this is"ANSWER 259
260
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ The chimpanzee's native habitat is on what continent?ANSWER 260
261
5th Grade Measurements ~ In the U.S., how many pounds are in a ton?ANSWER 261
262
3rd Grade Science ~ True or False?...Neon is a metal?ANSWER 262
263
3rd Grade World Geography ~ Bavaria is a state in what European country?ANSWER 263
264
4th Grade Health ~ Which are blood vessels in the human body?

a. Tibias
b. Cilia
c. Capillaries
ANSWER 264
265
4th Grade Cultural Studies ~ What is the official language of Australia?ANSWER 265
266
3rd Grade Art ~ True or False?...Artist Vincent VanGogh who created the famous painting "STORMY NIGHT" was born in France.ANSWER 266
267
5th Grade Grammar ~ How many demonstrative adjectives are in the following sentence? "That scruffy dog with the short tail chased the mulicolored cat through the tree."ANSWER 267
268
1st Grade Animal Science ~ Which of the following animals is NOT native to the African Savannah?ANSWER 268
269
2nd Grade English ~ True or False?...The word TRUE is an antonym of the word FALSEANSWER 269
270
2nd Grade Social studies ~ The ORIOLE is the official bird of what U.S. State?ANSWER 270
271
3rd Grade Nature ~ Fuji and Gala are both varieties of what fruit?ANSWER 271
272
4th Grade World Geography ~ What city is the capital of Italy?
a. Rome
b. Milan
c. Naples
ANSWER 272
273
4th Grade World History ~ Puerto Rico was a colony of what country immediately before possession by the United States occurred in 1898?ANSWER 273
274
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ If Nathan has 8 pies, and cuts each pie into 8 pieces, how many pieces of pie does Nathan have?ANSWER 274
275
5th Grade Literature ~ What 19th Century British author wrote the novel "A Christmas Carol"?ANSWER 275
276
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Published in the 1780's, the Federalist Papers were written by Alexander Hamilton, John Jay and what man, who would become a U.S. President?ANSWER 276
277
1st Grade Music ~ According to the lyrics of the U.S. National Anthem, what objects gave off a "red glare"?ANSWER 277
278
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Female goats can produce milk?ANSWER 278
279
2nd Grade English ~ Which is a synonym for the word "HAPPY"?

a. Mad
b. Sad
c. Glad
ANSWER 279
280
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ What U.S. State's nickname is "The Empire State"?ANSWER 280
281
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Helena is the capital of what U.S. State?ANSWER 281
282
3rd Grade Ancient Cultures ~ What was the primary language used in ancient Rome?

a. Latin
b. Italian
c. Greek
ANSWER 282
283
4th Grade Vocabulary ~ What is the ORDINAL of the word TEN?ANSWER 283
284
4th Grade Science ~ Famous scientist Albert Einstein was born in what country?ANSWER 284
285
5th Grade Literature ~ "Two Roads diverged in a wood, and I took the one less traveled..." are lines from the poem "The Road Not Taken" written by what American Poet?ANSWER 285
286
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Who was the youngest person to become President of the United States?ANSWER 286
287
2nd Grade World Geography ~ Cuba is geographically located closest to what U.S. State?ANSWER 287
288
1st Grade Grammar ~ True or False?...There are NO adjectives in the following sentence--"Sierra boiled the spaghetti in a black pot"ANSWER 288
289
1st Grade Measurements ~ How many seconds are in half a minute?ANSWER 289
290
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...All crocodiles are herbivores?ANSWER 290
291
3rd Grade Cultural Studies ~ What is the official language of Brazil?ANSWER 291
292
3rd Grade World History ~ In ancient Greece, how often were the Olympic Games held?

a. Every year
b. Every 4 years
c. Every 10 years
ANSWER 292
293
4th Grade Mathematics ~ How many factors does the number 121 have?ANSWER 293
294
4th Grade World Geography ~ The country of Estonia is located on which continent?ANSWER 294
295
5th Grade Literature ~ The poem "Paul Revere's Ride" was written by what 19th Century author?ANSWER 295
296
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Roadrunners are birdsANSWER 296
297
2nd Grade Foreign Languages ~ Bonour means Good Day in what language?ANSWER 297
298
2nd Grade Music ~ The picciolo is a member of what musical family?

a. Woodwinds
b. Strings
c. Percussion
ANSWER 298
Bonus #1
U.S. History ~ What U.S. President was nicknamed "OLD HICKORY"?ANSWER BONUS 1
299
3rd Grade World Geography ~ Buadpest is the capital of what European country?ANSWER 299
300
3rd Grade U.S. History ~ What was a President of the U.S.?

a. Johns Hopkins
b. Franklin Pierce
c. Brigham Young
ANSWER 300
301
4th Grade Anatomy ~ How many canine teeth are in a typical adult human mouth?ANSWER 301
302
1st Grade Animal Science ~ What is the largest species of cat?

a. Tiger
b. Puma
c. Jaguar
ANSWER 302
303
2nd Grade World Geography ~ The Earth's larges rainforest is located on what continent?ANSWER 303
304
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...The reciprocal of 5/6 is a whole numberANSWER 304
305
1st Grade Measurements ~ If you are standing on the equator, in what compass direction would you look to see the sun rise?ANSWER 305
306
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A camel's hump is primarily used to hold waterANSWER 306
307
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ In the patriotic song, America, what 4 words follows "My Country tis of Thee"ANSWER 307
308
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ True or False?...The state of New Mexico borders the Gulf of MexicoANSWER 308
309
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ if 15/35 = n/7, then N=what number?ANSWER 309
310
3rd Grade Grammar ~ What word is the adverb in the following sentence? "Sierra was so excited to be in Mr. Foxworthy's class because he is such a great teacher."ANSWER 310
311
4th Grade Cultural Studies ~ Buddhism is a religion which began in what country?ANSWER 311
312
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the only word that is NOT in the predicate of the following sentence? "Nathan threw his grammar book at the wall"ANSWER 312
313
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the median of the following set of number?

2, 2, 5, 9, 12, 17
ANSWER 313
314
1st Grade Animal Science ~ A doe is a female of what animal?

a. Dog
b. Deer
c. Horse
ANSWER 314
315
1st Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...Lightning is a form of precipitation?ANSWER 315
316
2nd Grade World Geography ~ What is the capital of Spain?ANSWER 316
317
2nd Grade Nature ~ True or False?...Almonds grow on treesANSWER 317
318
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Who was the 1st Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court?ANSWER 318
319
1st Grade Astronomy ~ What is the only planet in our solar system that man has walked upon?ANSWER 319
320
1st Grade Life Science ~ the food known as pork comes from what animal?ANSWER 320
321
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ What species of land animal is the closest surviving relative of the WOOLY MAMMOTH?ANSWER 321
322
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Which of the following U.S. States lies the furthest EAST?

a. Indiana
b. Mississippi
c. Kentucky
ANSWER 322
323
3rd Grade World Geography ~ What body of water in the middle east is located at approximately 1300 feet below sea level?ANSWER 323
324
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ True or False?...The Washington Monument in Washington D.C. is over 1000 feet tallANSWER 324
325
4th Grade Science ~ What scientist developed the equation e=mc2ANSWER 325
326
5th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the product of 1.1 and 1.1 ?ANSWER 326
327
4th Grade World History ~ Who was the first woman to make a solo flight in an airplance across the Atlantic Ocean?ANSWER 327
328
2nd Grade Grammar ~ Which is not an "article"?

a. An
b. The
c. To
ANSWER 328
329
1st Grade Animal Science ~ An Elephant's tusks are made of what material?

a. enamel
b. bone marrow
c. Ivory
ANSWER 329
330
2nd Grade Measurements ~ How many days are in a leap year?ANSWER 330
Bonus #2
World Geography ~ In terms of Surface Area, what is the largest body of fresh water in the world?ANSWER BONUS 2
331
5th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the Absolute Value of "9"?ANSWER 331
332
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...cocoa Beans from which chocolate is made originate from AsiaANSWER 332
333
4th Grade Social Studies ~ In 1787, what was the 1st State to ratify the Constitution and join the United States?ANSWER 333
334
1st Grade Grammar ~ True or False?...There are 2 nouns in the following sentence? "Cody has a goldfish who was born in California"ANSWER 334
335
2nd Grade Measurements ~ What is the fewest number of U.S. coins needed to comprise .99?ANSWER 335
336
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ If Nathan eats 27 licorice in 6 hours, how many licorice does he eat "per hour"?ANSWER 336
337
4th Grade Science ~ Which tree is a conifer?

a. Oak
b. Pine
c. Maple
ANSWER 337
338
1st Grade Music ~ True or False?...A Cello is larger than a violaANSWER 338
339
3rd Grade Reading ~ What is the pen name of author Charles Dodgson who wrote Alice's Adventures in Wonderland?ANSWER 339
340
5th Grade U.S. History ~ In 1823, what document written by a U.S. President stated that America was against future colonization by European powers?ANSWER 340
341
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ How many U.S. States do not border another state?ANSWER 341
342
1st Grade Anatomy ~ What joint connects the hand to the forearm?ANSWER 342
343
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Cody has 3 pandas, who eat 42 pounds of bamboo per day. How much bamboo does he need to have on hand to feed all his pandas for 2 days?ANSWER 343
344
2nd Grade Science ~ True or False?...The positive charged ends of 2 magnets will attract each otherANSWER 344
345
5th Grade Literature ~ Playwright William Shakespeare was born in what century?ANSWER 345
346
1st Grade English ~ Including Y, how many consonants are there in the standard english alphabet?ANSWER 346
347
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ The Alamo, the site of a famous siege in 1836 is located in what U.S. City?ANSWER 347
348
1st Grade Animal Science ~ A lamb is a baby of what animal species?ANSWER 348
349
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ What building in on the back of a $20 bill?ANSWER 349
350
3rd Grade Science ~ True or False?...Standard pencil lead does not actually contain the element lead?ANSWER 350
351
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What fraction is equivalent to 8%?

a. 2/25
b. 1/8
c. 5/49
ANSWER 351
352
3rd Grade Grammar ~ The word "you" is what type of pronoun?

a. 1st Person Pronoun
b. 2nd Person Pronoun
c. 3rd Person Pronoun
ANSWER 352
353
4th Grade Cultural Studies ~ In greek mythology, the thunder bolt was the symbol of which god?ANSWER 353
354
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What is the real first name of Civil War General Sonewall Jackson?ANSWER 354
355
1st Grade Grammer ~ How many syllables are in the word syllable?ANSWER 355
356
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...All ladybugs are femaleANSWER 356
357
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Lake Superior borders how many states?ANSWER 357
358
3rd Grade English ~ Which is the homophone of the word "night"?

a. Knight
b. Day
c. Evening
ANSWER 358
359
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ What 3 words begin the preamble to the U.S. constitution?ANSWER 359
360
3rd Grade Vocabulary ~ True or False?...By definition, cartographers are people who study the heart.ANSWER 360
361
4th Grade Astronomy ~ More than 99% of the mass of our solar system is contained in what heavenly body?ANSWER 361
362
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the greatest factor of 12 and 36?ANSWER 362
363
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What revolutionary leader famously uttered the words "Give me Liberty or give me death" at the 2nd Virginia Convention?ANSWER 363
364
1st Grade Grammar ~ How many singular nouns are in the following sentence? "Nathan likes to sing country songs"ANSWER 364
365
1st Grade World Geography ~ What continent lies directly east of Europe?ANSWER 365
366
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A Spider is an insect?ANSWER 366
367
1st Grade Art ~ True or False?...Gluing Macaroni onto a picture frame is a form of "macrame"ANSWER 367
368
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Nathan's bedroom is recangular in shape, measuring 7 feet x 13 feet. How many square feet are there in his bedroom?ANSWER 368
369
3rd Grade English ~ What is the singular form of the word "lice"?ANSWER 369
370
2nd Grade Measurements ~ Zero degrees celcius = What measure in Farenheight?ANSWER 370
371
3rd Grade World Geography ~ The Caribbean Sea is part of what ocean?ANSWER 371
Bonus #3
U.S. Geography ~ What U.S. State is the only U.S. State with only one syllable?ANSWER BONUS 3
372
4th Grade U.S. Geography ~ How many U.S. States are located north of the Tropic of Cancer?ANSWER 372
373
2nd Grade Spelling ~ The names of how many months of the year contain the letter R?ANSWER 373
374
2nd Grade Music ~ The Tuba is a member of what musical family?

a. Brass
b. Woodwind
c. Percussion
ANSWER 374
375
3rd Grade World History ~ Napoleon was the Emporer of France from 1804-1815, was Napoleon his last name or his first name?ANSWER 375
376
3rd Grade Science ~ What American inventor patented the 1st working phonograph in the 1870's?ANSWER 376
377
1st Grade English ~ How many past tense verbs are in the following sentence? "Nathan thought that Sierra ate his lunch"ANSWER 377
378
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ A pack of baseball cards has 8 cards. What is the fewest number of packs needed to acquire 58 cards?ANSWER 378
379
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ True or False?...The U.S. President must be a naturally born citizen of the U.S.ANSWER 379
380
2nd Grade Life Science ~ Which of the following is an insect body part?

a. Lorax
b. Thorax
c. Syntax
ANSWER 380
381
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What is the capital of Michigan?ANSWER 381
382
4th Grade Astronomy ~ In 1962, who was the 1st U.S. Astronaut to orbit the earth?ANSWER 382
383
4th Grade Ancient Cultures ~ The peak of the ancient Mayan civilization occurred approximately when?

a. 3500 b.c.
b. 900 a.d.
c. 1750 a.d.
ANSWER 383
384
5th Grade Science ~ After discovering radium in 1898, what French chemist became the 1st woman to win the Nobel Prize?ANSWER 384
385
5th Grade Literature ~ Gulliver's Travels was written by what 18th Century author?ANSWER 385
386
1st Grade Science ~ True or False?...All carrots are orange in color.ANSWER 386
387
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ What word does the "c" in Washington D.C. stand for?ANSWER 387
388
2nd Grade Grammar ~ What word is the action verb in the following? "When Olivia is at the beach, she swims in the ocean"ANSWER 388
389
2nd Grade Physical Education ~ In a standard baseball game, how many defensive players are on the field at any one time?ANSWER 389
390
3rd Grade Anatomy ~ True or False?...The Kidneys are part of the human digestive systemANSWER 390
391
3rd Grade Measurements ~ How many cups are in 5 U.S. liquid quarts?ANSWER 391
392
4th Grade Social Studies ~ Who was the very 1st U.S. Secretary of State?ANSWER 392
393
2nd Grade Grammar ~ True or False?...A sentence cannot contain both a past tense and a future tense verbANSWER 393
Bonus #4
Social Studies ~ How many stripes are there on the current U.S. flag?ANSWER BONUS 4
394
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Oliva has 3 marbles. Sierra has 50 times as many marbles as Olivia. Cody has 5 times as many marbles as Sierra. How many marbles does Cody have?ANSWER 394
395
2nd Grade Spelling ~ Which word in the following sentence comes 1st alphabetically?..."An antelope and an ant already ate all the apples."ANSWER 395
396
3rd Grade Animal Science ~ In terms of average weight, what is the largest species of snake in the world?ANSWER 396
397
1st Grade English ~ True or False?...The plural form of the word "roof" is "rooves"?ANSWER 397
398
4th Grade Anatomy ~ The pituitary gland is part of what system in the human body?

a. Circulatory
b. Endocrine
c. Digestive
ANSWER 398
399
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What U.S. Revolutionary war hero is credited with saying "I have not yet begun to fight!"?ANSWER 399
400
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ What number is exactly 1/2 way between 1 and 7 on a number line?ANSWER 400
401
1st Grade Animal Science ~ By definition the term BOVINE refers to which of the following?

a. Cow
b. Dog
c. Pig
ANSWER 401
402
1st Grade World Geography ~ More than 95% of which continent iscovered by an ice sheet?ANSWER 402
403
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ What U.S. City is known as the City of Brotherly Love?ANSWER 403
404
3rd Grade Astonomy ~ True or False?...An object's mass is defferent on the moon than it is on earthANSWER 404
405
4th Grade Music ~ Which of the following terms refers to the relative speed of a piece of music?

a. Staccato
b. Mezzo
c. Tempo
ANSWER 405
406
4th Grade World History ~ Who became the first chairman of the People's Repluic of China in 1949?ANSWER 406
407
5th Grade U.S. History ~ During what war did British troops set fire to the White House?ANSWER 407
408
5th Grade Science ~ At room temperature (approx 70 F), 2 elements of the periodic table of elements exist in a liquid state, Bromine and which other element?ANSWER 408
409
US History ~ What American pilot was the first person to exceed the speed of sound in an airplane?ANSWER 409
410
2nd Grade English ~ How many adjectives are in the following sentence? "On thursday, Sierra had cold lemonade and spicy food for lunch."ANSWER 410
411
1st Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...The sum of 2 odd numbers will always be an even number?ANSWER 411
412
1st Grade Animal Science ~ A Female pig is called what?

a. Vixen
b. Mare
c. Sow
ANSWER 412
413
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ The majority of the U.S. State of Nevada is located in what time zone?ANSWER 413
414
3rd Grade Measurements ~ How many centimeters are in 3 1/2 meters?ANSWER 414
415
5th Grade Health ~ What Scottish scientist discovered Penicillin in 1928?ANSWER 415
416
3rd Grade World Geography ~ The Danube River is on what continent?ANSWER 416
417
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the simple past tense of the verb SWIM?ANSWER 417
418
1st Grade Astronomy ~ What object in our solar system is the primary source of solar power on Earth?ANSWER 418
419
3rd Grade Measurements ~ True or False?...If you were born on Easter, your birthday will always be on a Sunday?ANSWER 419
420
1st Grade Social Studies ~ What modern holiday is also known as "All Hallow's Eve"?ANSWER 420
421
3rd Grade English ~ "Take your pet alligator for a walk!" is what kind of sentence?

a. Declarative
b. Imperative
c. Interrogative
ANSWER 421
422
2nd Grade World Geography ~ The majority of the International Dateline lies in what ocean?ANSWER 422
423
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Sierra had 13 cows, who all gave birth to 4 calfs. How many total cows and calves are now in her farm?ANSWER 423
424
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Africa is the only continent where elephants exist naturally?ANSWER 424
425
2nd Grade Grammar ~ What is the compound word in the following sentence? "Olivia took the tiny puppy inside the house."ANSWER 425
426
5th Grade Cultural Studies ~ The presentation of the Nobel Peace Prize occurs annually in what country?ANSWER 426
427
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Giant Pandas hibernate.ANSWER 427
428
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What is the capital of Arkansas?ANSWER 428
429
3rd Grade Cultural Studies ~ The holiday known as "Bastille Day" celebrates a revolution that took place in what country?ANSWER 429
430
4th Grade English ~ What is the infinitive of the verb "WENT"ANSWER 430
431
1st Grade Spelling ~ Which month comes first alphabetically?ANSWER 431
432
2nd Grade Grammar ~ What is the SUBJECT of the sentence "Sierra baked a cake for Olivia".?ANSWER 432
433
5th Grade Mathematics ~ If Sierra has 10 index cards numbered 11 through 20 and she draws one card, what is the probability of the card having a prime number on it?ANSWER 433
434
2nd Grade Vocabulary ~ Which of the following words means "in addition"?ANSWER 434
435
1st Grade English ~ In the english alphabet, how many consonants are between the letters E and O ?ANSWER 435
436
1st Grade Anatomy ~ If Olivia bumps her funny bone, what joint has she hit?ANSWER 436
437
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...Adding salt to water lowers it's freezing temperatureANSWER 437
438
3rd Grade Measurements ~ In Roman numerals, L means 50, but what unit of measurement does L stand for in the metric system?ANSWER 438
439
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Omaha is the most populous city in what U.S. State?ANSWER 439
440
4th Grade U.S. History ~ The beginning of the U.S. Civil War was marked by the April 12, 1861 Confederate attack on what union fort in South Carolina?ANSWER 440
441
4th Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...The only factors of 9 are 1 and 9ANSWER 441
442
5th Grade Social Studies ~ To become a U.S. Senator, a person must be at least how many years old?ANSWER 442
443
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Active volcano Mt. St. Helens is located in what U.S. State?ANSWER 443
444
3rd Grade World Geography ~ The South Pole is located on which continent?ANSWER 444
445
1st Grade Social Studies ~ In the U.S., what is the title of the official nominated to RUN a state?

a. Mayor
b. Senator
c. Governor
ANSWER 445
446
1st Grade Animal Science ~ The Koala is native to what country?ANSWER 446
447
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...When you divide 30 by 4, there is no remainderANSWER 447
448
3rd Grade U.S. History ~ What American scientist is credited with inventing bifocals?ANSWER 448/a>
449
4th Grade Science ~ What is the name for the process by which plants make their own food?

a. Photosynthesis
b. Mitosis
c. Oxidation
ANSWER 449
450
4th Grade Literature ~ What author wrote Little House on the Prarie?ANSWER 450
451
5th Grade Ancient Cultures ~ Accordint to Greek myth, what did Promethius steal from the gods and give to mankind?ANSWER 451
452
1st Grade Measurements ~ How many pennies are equal to 1 U.S. Dollar?ANSWER 452
453
1st Grade English ~ What is the last consonant in the modern U.S. alphabet?ANSWER 453
454
2nd Grade Music ~ How many finger buttons are there on a standard orchestral trumpet?ANSWER 454
455
2nd Grade World Geography ~ True or False?...Mexico City is the capital city of MexicoANSWER 455
456
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ What is the "RANGE" of the numbers 8,3,7,6?ANSWER 456
457
4th Grade Earth Science ~ Sonar uses which of the following to navigae and measure ocean depth?
a. Sound Waves
b. Light Waves
c. Electromagnetic Waves
ANSWER 457
458
3rd Grade World History ~ True or False?...Explorer Christopher Columbus who crossed the Atlantic in 1492 was born in Spain?ANSWER 458
459
4th Grade Social Studies ~ According to the U.S. Constitution, what is the maximum # of consecutive years a person can serve as U.S. President?ANSWER 459
460
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The Toucan is a fresh water fishANSWER 460
461
1st Grade Music ~ According to the lyrics of the patriotic song "America the Beautiful", what color are the "WAVES OF GRAIN"?ANSWER 461
462
2nd Grade World Geography ~ The country of CHILE is located on what continent?ANSWER 462
463
2nd Grade Ancient Cultures ~ The parthenon was built in what ancient greek city?ANSWER 463
464
3rd Grade Grammar ~ What word is the HELPING VERB in the following sentence? "Nathan is searching for buried treasure in Mr. Foxworthy's back yard."ANSWER 464
465
4th Grade World History ~ Who explored the Northeast coast of North America in 1497?

a. Marco Polo
b. John Cabot
c. Henry Hudson
ANSWER 465
466
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ What is 1 plus 6/7 expressed as an improper fraction?ANSWER 466
467
4th Grade Art ~ Mary Cassatt was one of the most famous painters during the impressionist movement of the late 1800's. What country was she born in?ANSWER 467
468
1st Grade Art ~ Which is traditionally used as adhesive in paper mache?

a. Candle Wax
b. Tape
c. Paste
ANSWER 468
469
1st Grade World Geography ~ India borders which ocean?ANSWER 469
470
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...There are no species of fish that are immune to the poison of a sea anemone?ANSWER 470
471
2nd Grade Cultural Studies ~ The holiday CINcO de MAYO originated in what country?ANSWER 471
472
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...Salt is a mineral?ANSWER 472
473
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Adding 28 and 14 will give you the same number as multiplying 7 by what number?ANSWER 473
474
4th Grade Astonomy ~ Which galaxy is closest in distance to the Milky Way?ANSWER 474
475
5th Grade Grammar ~ How many linking verbs are in the following sentence? "Olivia and Sierra seemed nervous and scared because Mr. Foxworthy gave the class a pop quiz"ANSWER 475
476
1st Grade Measurements ~ Of the current U.S. coins, which is the smallest in size?ANSWER 476
477
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The Dodo Bird is extinct?ANSWER 477
478
3rd Grade English ~ How many syllables traditionally occur in the 2nd line of a Haiku?

a. 3
b. 5
c. 7
ANSWER 478
479
4th Grade Physical Education ~ The President's Challenge, a fitness test, requires 10 year olds to run/walk how far?

a. 1/2 mile
b. 1 mile
c. 2 1/2 miles
ANSWER 479
480
2nd Grade U.S. History ~ What athlete was the first person to break the Major League Baseball color barrier when he joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947?ANSWER 480
481
5th Grade Mathematics ~ Besides ZERO, any number to the power of 0 is equal to what value?ANSWER 481
482
2nd Grade Art ~ A painting of an inanimate object such as a bowl of fruit is know as what?

a. Still Life
b. Portrait
c. Landscape
ANSWER 482
483
1st Grade Music ~ The TIMPANI is a member of what musical family?ANSWER 483
484
1st Grade Science ~ True or False?...Fillies are young horses that are femaleANSWER 484
485
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ The Sierra Nevada mountain range in North America runs along the eastern edge of what U.S. State?ANSWER 485
486
2nd Grade Science ~ What state of matter is ICE?ANSWER 486
487
3rd Grade English ~ What part of speech is the first word in the following sentence? "How do you do?"ANSWER 487
488
5th Grade Mathematics ~ If a fraction has a denominator of 5, what must the numerator be to make it a UNIT FRACTION?ANSWER 488
489
4th Grade World Geography ~ The island of Hispanola in the Caribbean is divided between two nations, the Dominican Republic and what other country?ANSWER 489
490
4th Grade Cultural Studies ~ In Greek Mythology, who was the father of Apollo?ANSWER 490
491
5th Grade U.S. History ~ Who was the only U.S. President who was never married?ANSWER 491
492
SOCIAL STUDIES $ ~ How many people signed the U.S. Declaration of Independence?ANSWER 492
493
1st Grade Social Studies ~ According to the U.S. Constitution, what elected official in the Executive Branch is the Commander In Chief of the U.S. Army?ANSWER 493
494
1st Grade Animal Science ~ How many arms does the typical octopus have?ANSWER 494
495
2nd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...Plants are not part of the FOOD CHAINANSWER 495
496
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Mount McKinley, the highest peak in North America is located in what U.S. State?ANSWER 496
497
4th Grade Mathematics ~ In the set 3, 4, 7, 3, 9, the number 3 is which of the following?

a. Mean
b. Median
c. Mode
ANSWER 497
498
5th Grade Life Science ~ In the 1830's, what British Naturalist developed the Theory of Natural Selection by studying animals on the Galapagos Islands?ANSWER 498
499
3rd Grade World Geography ~ What is the Capital of Thailand?ANSWER 499
500
3rd Grade English ~ Which word is an acronym?

a. Scuba
b. BiAnnually
c. Lemon-Lime
ANSWER 500
501
4th Grade Grammar ~ What part of speech is the last word in the following sentence? "The paint spilled everywhere"ANSWER 501
502
1st Grade Animal Science ~ Which of the following is the term for a male turkey?

a. Tom
b. Buck
c. Henry
ANSWER 502
503
1st Grade Social Studies ~ What is the last U.S. Federal Holiday of the calendar year?ANSWER 503
504
4th Grade Anatomy ~ Human fingernails are made of protein called what?

a. Keratin
b. Melanin
c. Calcium
ANSWER 504
505
5th Grade Music ~ What composer wrote The Nutcracker ballet in 1892?ANSWER 505
506
2nd Grade Grammar ~ How many plural nouns are in the following sentence? "The boys were late to class because Cody had to defeat ninjas in the library."ANSWER 506
507
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What U.S. State borders both Kansas and Utah?ANSWER 507
508
1st Grade Music ~ In the modern musical scale starting with "Do, Re, Mi", what note comes after "ti"?ANSWER 508
509
1st Grade Mathematics ~ Olivia has a box of crayons, she gives 12 crayons to Cody. If she has 19 crayons left, how many did she start with?ANSWER 509
510
2nd Grade Astonomy ~ The ocean's tides are caused mainly by the gravitational pull between the Earth and what other heavenly body?ANSWER 510
511
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The Wolverine is a member of the canine familyANSWER 511
512
3rd Grade Grammar ~ True or False?...The following sentence is gramatically correct.."Mackenzie should of known the game was cancelled."ANSWER 512
513
3rd Grade World Geography ~ Which South American country extends the furthest EAST?ANSWER 513
514
4th Grade U.S. Geography ~ The headwaters of the Mississippi River are in what state?ANSWER 514
515
4th Grade Measurements ~ How many ounces are in a gallon?ANSWER 515
516
5th Grade Literature ~ The Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle were written by what American author?ANSWER 516
517
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ True or False...The Hawaiian Islands were once called the Sandwich IslandsANSWER 517
518
1st Grade Earth Science ~ By definition, weather vains measure what?

a. Rainfall
b. Wind Direction
c. Air Temperature
ANSWER 518
519
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ What variety of fruit is mentioned int eh official nickname of the state of Georgai?ANSWER 519
520
3rd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Only male lions have manesANSWER 520
521
2nd Grade Music ~ How many keys are on a modern standard piano?ANSWER 521
522
4th Grade Science ~ The laws of motion are named for what English scientist who first published them in 1687?ANSWER 522
523
1st Grade English ~ What word is the SUBJECT of the following sentence? "Sierra's dog did backflips for 3 hours on Thursday"ANSWER 523
524
1st Grade Social Studies ~ True or False?...The white House is the official residence of both the President of the United States and the Vice President of the United StatesANSWER 524
525
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ Which of the following is a venomous snake?

a. Python
b. Cobra
c. Anaconda
ANSWER 525
526
2nd Grade World Geography ~ Which of the seven continents is smalles in area?ANSWER 526
527
3rd Grade Astronomy ~ True or False?...The Sun is the only star in our solar systemANSWER 527
528
3rd Grade Measurements ~ In U.S. Currency, how many bills featuring Alexander Hamilton would you need to equal 2 bills featuring Benjamin Franklin?ANSWER 528
529
4th Grade Nature ~ What pigment found in plant leaves which use energy from sunlight to make food?ANSWER 529
530
1st Grade Measurements ~ In the U.s., which season begins in one calendar year and ends in another?

a. Spring
b. Winter
c. Fall
ANSWER 530
531
2nd Grade English ~ True or False?...The suffix goes at the beginning of a wordANSWER 531
532
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ If a pound of peanuts costs .48, how much does 5/8 of a pound cost?ANSWER 532
533
1st Grade Mathematics ~ True or False?...There are exactly 4 odd numbers between 2 and 8ANSWER 533
534
1st Grade World Geography ~ How many continents share a border with Antartica?ANSWER 534
535
3RD Grade Animal Science ~ A Drake is an adult male of what species of bird?ANSWER 535
536
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ The Four Corners is the only place in America where four states meet in one point. Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and what other stater comprise "the Four Corners"?ANSWER 536
537
4th Grade Earth Science ~ Aurora Borealis is a name for what natural phenomenon?

a. Northern Lights
b. Southern Lights
c. SOlar Eclipse
ANSWER 537
538
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ True or False?...Betsy Ross was a U.S. First LadyANSWER 538
539
5th Grade World History ~ Copernicus, the legendary 16th century astronomer was born in what country?ANSWER 539
540
1st Grade Nature ~ True or False?...Pollen is part of flowering plants' reproductive systemsANSWER 540
541
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ A United States Supreme Court Justice is appointed to serve for how long?
a. 4 years
b. 20 years
c. Lifetime
ANSWER 541
542
3rd Grade Measurements ~ What basic metric unit of mass is abbreviated "g"ANSWER 542
543
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Only female tortoises can pull their heads into their shellsANSWER 543
544
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ The U.S.A. is located on what continent?ANSWER 544
545
4th Grade Health ~ By definition, "pulmonary" refers to what organ in the human body?ANSWER 545
546
3rd Grade Music ~ What patriotic anthem written by Julia Ward Howe, contains the lyric "his truth is marching on"?ANSWER 546
547
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A RAM is a male sheepANSWER 547
548
1st Grade Grammar ~ How many adjectives in the following sentence? "Sierra runs down the hill."ANSWER 548
549
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ If Olivia ran 36 miles in 4 hours, on average, how many miles did she run per hour?ANSWER 549
550
2nd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...There are no glaciers in AfricaANSWER 550
551
2nd Grade Music ~ How many strings are on a standard viola?ANSWER 551
552
4th Grade Anatomy ~ The LUMBAR section of a typical human spine contains how many vertabrae?
a. 5
b. 15
c. 30
ANSWER 552
553
1st Grade Vocabulary ~ By definition, how many wheels does a unicycle have?ANSWER 553
554
3rd Grade Grammar ~ how many plural pronouns in the following sentence? "Sierra and Cody told us that their grades were better than ours, but we didn't believe them."ANSWER 554
555
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ Silkworms primarily feed on the leaves of what species of tree?
a. Mulberry
b. Eucalyptus
c. Maple
ANSWER 555
556
1st Grade Mathematics ~ What number is 11 more tht 55 and 9 less than 75?ANSWER 556
557
1st Grade Music ~ Symbals belong to what musical family?ANSWER 557
558
2nd Grade Foreign Languages ~ Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta are the first 4 letters in what alphabet?ANSWER 558
559
3rd Grade U.S. History ~ True or False?...Paul Revere, famous for his midnight ride on horseback, also participated on the Boston Tea PartyANSWER 559
560
4th Grade Anatomy ~ What bone connects the Elbow to the Shoulder?
a. Tibia
b. Humorous
c. Ulna
ANSWER 560
561
4th Grade U.S. Geography ~ The names of how many U.S. states begin with "O"?ANSWER 561
562
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ Which amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees the freedom of religion?ANSWER 562
563
5th Grade Measurements ~ To the nearest 1000, how fast is the speed of light in miles/second?ANSWER 563
564
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ How many faces are there on a cube?ANSWER 564
565
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The primary reason woodpeckers peck at trees is so they can eat the woodANSWER 565
566
3rd Grade Grammar ~ How many proper nouns are in the following sentence? "On Saturday, Olivia is going to a birthday party in Phoenix, Arizona"?ANSWER 566
567
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ California's northern border is with what other state?ANSWER 567
568
2nd Grade Music ~ True or False?...On a standard piano, the farthest key on the left will make a higher pitched sound than the farthest key on the right?ANSWER 568
569
4th Grade Science ~ The alloy Bronze is traditionally made by combining Tin with what other metallic element?ANSWER 569
570
5th Grade Literature ~ Who is the author of the poem on the base of the Statue of Liberty entitled "The New Colossus"?ANSWER 570
571
1st Grade Grammar ~ How many apostrophes are needed to make the following sentence correct? "Nathans dog licked its paw"ANSWER 571
572
1st Grade Measurements ~ In a given calendar year, if Christmas Eve falls on a Monday, what day of the week does New Years Eve fall?ANSWER 572
573
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ True or False?...Part of the Grand Canyon National Park falls in Colorado?ANSWER 573
574
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ What was the middle name of President John Kennedy?ANSWER 574
575
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A baby Zebra has the exact same stripe pattern as its mother?ANSWER 575
576
4th Grade Mathematics ~ How many vertices are on a hexagon?ANSWER 576
577
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ There were 30 cookies at Sierra's party. If all 9 kids at the party ate 2 cookies each, how many cookies were left?ANSWER 577
578
1st Grade World Geogrpahy ~ What continent has the coldest average annual temperature?ANSWER 578
579
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ E Pluribus Unim means what?

a. Live Free or Die
b. United We Stand
c. Out of Many, One
ANSWER 579
580
4th Grade Geometry ~ What is the only geometric shape which has infinite lines of symmetry?ANSWER 580
581
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What river forms the border between Texas and Mexico?ANSWER 581
582
3rd Grade Science ~ True or False?...When a wooden log is burned in a fireplace and turns to ash, it has made a Physical Change but not a Chemical ChangeANSWER 582
583
4th Grade Astronomy ~ in Farenheit, what is the temperature of the surface of the sun?

a. 10,000 degrees
b. 1,000,000 degrees
c. 35,000,000 degrees
ANSWER 583
584
1st Grade World Geography ~ Completed in 1889, the Eiffel Tower stands in what city?ANSWER 584
585
2nd Grade Science ~ Which of the following colors absorbs the least amount of light?

a. Red
b. Yellow
c. White
ANSWER 585
586
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ True or False?...The Rocky Mountains are located entirely withing the United StatesANSWER 586
587
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ What U.S. President is depicted on the $50 bill?ANSWER 587
588
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Mr. Foxworthy's class ordered 20 cheeseburgers @ $1.90 each. How much was the final cost?ANSWER 588
589
1st Grade Grammar ~ How many contractions are in the following sentence? "Nathan isn't dressing up as a cowboy for Halloween but Cody's brother is"ANSWER 589
590
4th Grade World History ~ In the 16th Century, which explorer began and finished the first known sea voyage whch would circle the globe?ANSWER 590
591
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ Washington State borders which ocean?ANSWER 591
592
2nd Grade English ~ True or False?...The word WANT is a contractionANSWER 592
593
2nd Grade Music ~ The Tambourine is a member of what musical family?ANSWER 593
594
3rd Grade Nature ~ Acorns come from what species of tree?ANSWER 594
595
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ If Nathan can sharpen 9 pencils in 15 minutes and Mackenzie can sharpen 12 pencils in 20 minutes, how many pencils can both of them sharpen in 1 hour?ANSWER 595
596
4th Grade Anatomy ~ The metacarpal bones are found in what part of the human body?

a. Hand
b. Foot
c. Hip
ANSWER 596
597
1st Grade Science ~ For centuries, silk used in clothing has traditionally come from what animal?

a. Spiders
b. Lambs
c. Caterpillars
ANSWER 597
598
4th Grade World Geography ~ The Matterhorn is part of what mountain range?ANSWER 598
599
2nd Grade World Geography ~ Which of the 7 continents has the largest population?ANSWER 599
600
2nd Grade Science ~ Olivia rubbing a balloon against her head and sticking it to a wall is an example of what?

a. STatic Electricity
b. Kinetic Electricity
c. Magnetic Electricity
ANSWER 600
601
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ Who wrote the lyrics to The Star Spangled Banner?ANSWER 601
602
1st Grade Grammar ~ Haven't is a contraction of what 2 words?ANSWER 602
603
3rd Grade U.S. History ~ True or False?...Benjamin Franklin served as a senator from PennsylvaniaANSWER 603
604
5th Grade Cultural Studies ~ What Aztec emperor of the 16th century was overthrown by Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortez and his army?ANSWER 604
605
1st Grade Grammar ~ True or False?...The plural form of the word Fox is "Foxes"ANSWER 605
606
1st Grade Nature ~ What species of sequoia is the tallest tree in the world?ANSWER 606
607
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Over 40% of Alaska's human population live in what city?ANSWER 607
608
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ How many multiples of 8 fall between 14 and 25?ANSWER 608
609
2nd Grade Anatomy ~ The 4 main types o taste buds on the tongue are Sweet, Salty, Sour and what?ANSWER 609
610
4th Grade Earth Science ~ Approximately how much of the water on Earth is Fresh Water?ANSWER 610
611
4th Grade U.S. History ~ Before becoming President, Teddy Roosevelt served as U.S. Vice President under what other President?ANSWER 611
612
3rd Grade World History ~ True or False?...European Vikings landed in North America before Christopher ColumbusANSWER 612
613
5th Grade Ancient History ~ The Peloponnesian war (430 b.c. to 405 b.c.) was primarily a conflict between Athens and what other ancient city/state?ANSWER 613
614
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Some species of sea turtles live in Fresh Water lakes?ANSWER 614
615
3rd Grade Life Science ~ What is the scientific term for an animal without a backbone?

a, Invertebrate
b. Vertebrate
c. Mammal
ANSWER 615
616
2nd Grade Grammar ~ How many common nouns in the following sentence? "Twinkle, Twinkle little star, how I wonder what you are?"ANSWER 616
617
1st Grade Spelling ~ The name of which of the 7 colors of the rainbow comes Last alphabetically?ANSWER 617
618
4th Grade Science ~ Which of the following is measured in units known as Newtons?

a. ForceM
b. Mass
c. Heat
ANSWER 618
619
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ The Statue of Liberty in New York harbor sits on what island?ANSWER 619
620
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What U.S. President only served 1 month in office?ANSWER 620
621
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the ADJECTIVE in the following sentence? "Olivia has 10 fingers on which to count numbers"ANSWER 621
622
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...All roosters are maleANSWER 622
623
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Which U.S. State borders another country?

a. Vermont
b. Wyoming
c. Louisiana
ANSWER 623
624
2nd Grade Physical Education ~ To the nearest mile, how many miles is the Olympic Marathon?ANSWER 624
625
4th Grade Mathematics ~ Nathan spends 10% of his money and now has $18 remaining. How much did he start with?ANSWER 625
626
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ In what century was the 19th U.S. Constitutional Amendment passed which guaranteed women the right to vote?ANSWER 626
627
4th Grade World Geography ~ Canberra is the capital of what country?ANSWER 627
628
1st Grade Social Studies ~ Constructed in 1943, the Jefferson Memorial is located in what U.S. City?ANSWER 628
629
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the fewest amount of letters to make a word in the English Language?ANSWER 629
630
2nd Grade Measurements ~ How many days total in June, September and January?ANSWER 630
631
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ In U.S. Currency, which is greatest?

a. Half a Trillion
b. 600 Billion
c. 999 Million
ANSWER 631
632
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...All tomcats are maleANSWER 632
633
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~Which of the 50 U.S. State Capitals lies at the northernmost latitude?ANSWER 633
634
5th Grade World History ~ In May of 1953, what mountain climber from New Zealand became the first person to reach the top of Mount Everest?ANSWER 634
635
1st Grade Social Studies ~ True or False?...The U.S. is the only country to have stars on our national flag?ANSWER 635
636
2nd Grade Grammar ~ True or False...The following sentence is grammatically correct..."Olivia and me had to go to detention"ANSWER 636
637
1st Grade Measurements ~ If Mr. Foxworthy goes to bed at 7 pm on a Monday night and wakes up at 8 am the next morning, how many hours of sleep will he get?ANSWER 637
638
3rd Grade Spelling ~ Which spelling is incorrect?
a. Privilege
b. Villege
c. Appendage
ANSWER 638
639
2nd Grade U.S. History ~ The 13 original American colonies gained their independence from what country?ANSWER 639
640
4th Grade Mathematics ~ What is the simplest form of the fraction 18/81?ANSWER 640
641
5th Grade Astronomy ~ What's the name of the first American woman to travel into outer space?ANSWER 641
642
1st Grade Grammar ~ What is the singular noun in the following sentence?..."The boys and girls walked to the classroom with their books."ANSWER 642
643
1st Grade Science ~ A thermometer is an instrument that measures what?

a. Temperature
b. Height
c. Weight
ANSWER 643
644
2nd Grade Music ~ Which is not a percussion instrument?

a. Gong
b. Bugle
c. Maracas
ANSWER 644
645
2nd Grade English ~ The word "duck" can be used as a noun and as what other form of speech?ANSWER 645
646
3rd Grade Cultural Studies ~ The following image is of what country's flag?

ANSWER 646
647
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...The Earth's atmosphere is only made up of Oxygen?ANSWER 647
648
4th Grade U.S. Geography ~ If Bryce drives south from Billings, Montanta, which is the first U.S. State he will pass into?ANSWER 648
649
4th Grade Ancient History ~ The city of Cuzco in Peru is the capital of what ancient South American empire?ANSWER 649
650
1st Grade Music ~ What is the name of this instrument?

ANSWER 650
651
1st Grade Life Science ~ True or False?...Roses are the only flowering plant with thornsANSWER 651
652
2nd Grade Vocabulary ~ Which is a synonym of "RURAL"?

a. Urban
b. Countryside
c. Metropolitan
ANSWER 652
653
3rd Grade World Geography ~ Kathmandu is the capital of what country?ANSWER 653
654
4th Grade U.S. History ~ On 12/1/1955, Rosa Parks famously refused to give up her seat on a bus in what U.S. city?ANSWER 654
655
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...Pure cork comes from the oceanANSWER 655
656
5th Grade Literature ~ In what decade was Herman Melville's novel MOBY DICK first published?ANSWER 656
657
1st Grade Grammar ~ What word is the adjective in the following sentence?..."Jonathan is happy."ANSWER 657
658
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Which U.S. State extends the furthest North?

a. Wyoming
b. Idaho
c. Utah
ANSWER 658
659
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ The 26th amendment to the U.S. Constitution states that a person must be at least how many years old to vote in national elections?ANSWER 659
660
5th Grade U.S. History ~ The Battle of the Bulge was fought during which war?ANSWER 660
661
3rd Grade World History ~ Who is the following British Leader?

ANSWER 661
662
1st Grade Life Science ~ True or False?...A Tangerine is a citrus fruit?ANSWER 662
663
2nd Grade Vocabulary ~ By definition, how many characters speak during a monologue of a play?ANSWER 663
664
4th Grade Astronomy ~ What is the term for the outermost layer of the sun's atmosphere?

a. Corona
b. Comet
c. Supernova
ANSWER 664
665
4th Grade Mathematics ~ Jenna has 62 jellybeans and Bryce has 34 jellybeans. If they each eat 1/2 of their supply of jellybeans, how many remain?ANSWER 665
666
5th Grade World Geography ~ The Bay of Bengal is part of what ocean?ANSWER 666
667
1st Grade English ~ What is the 24th letter of the U.S. alphabet?ANSWER 667
668
1st Grade Vocabulary ~ True or False?...Someone who is a nephew is a maleANSWER 668
669
2nd Grade Measurements ~ If Mr. Foxworthy has a class of 5 students and the next day his class doubles in size, how may students are now in the class?ANSWER 669
670
3rd Grade Grammar ~ WEPT is the past tense form of what verb?ANSWER 670
671
4th Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...A Stalagmite is a mineral deposit found on the floor of a caveANSWER 671
672
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What is the approximate distance from Los Angeles to Washington D.C.?

a. 800 miles
b. 1200 miles
c. 2300 miles
ANSWER 672
673
5th Grade U.S. History ~ What Puritan was elected Governor of the Massachussetts Bay Colony 12 times between 1630 and 1649?ANSWER 673
674
1st Grade Animal Science ~ Black Mamba and Boa Constrictor are both species of what animal?ANSWER 674
675
1st Grade Measurements ~ What month of the U.S. calendar has the fewest number of days?ANSWER 675
676
3rd Grade Ancient History ~ True or False?...Chariot racing was an event at the ancient greek olympicsANSWER 676
677
2nd Grade Music ~ The Bassoon is a member of what musical family?

a. Woodwind
b. Percussion
c. Brass
ANSWER 677
678
4th Grade U.S. Geography ~ In what city do the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers meet and form the Ohio River?ANSWER 678
679
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A minnow is a type of fish?ANSWER 679
680
1st Grade Health ~ What finger is right next to the thumb on each hand?

a. Ring Finger
b. Index Finger
c. Pinky
ANSWER 680
681
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ Every multiple of 10 has what number in the 1's place?ANSWER 681
682
3rd Grade World Geography ~ True or False?...The equator runs through every continent except Anarctica?ANSWER 682
683
3rd Grade Social Studies ~ What U.S. city was once known as New Amsterdam when it was part of a dutch colony?ANSWER 683
684
4th Grade Ancient Cultures ~ In greek mythology, what was the name of the 3-headed dog that guarded the underworld?ANSWER 684
685
5th Grade Music ~ 18th Century classical music composer Wolfgang Mozart was born in what present-day country?ANSWER 685
686
1st Grade Grammar ~ How many nouns are in this question?ANSWER 686
687
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Horses can sleep standing up?ANSWER 687
688
2nd Grade Art ~ True or False?...If you mix equal parts of ORANGE and RED together, you'll make a Tertiary color?ANSWER 688
689
3rd Grade Measurements ~ If Cody's baby sister is 8 pounds, how many ounces does she weigh?ANSWER 689
690
2nd Grade English ~ Which of the following prefixes means "again"?

a. UN
b. CO
c. RE
ANSWER 690
691
5th Grade Science ~ What is the lightest of the noble gasses?ANSWER 691
692
4th Grade World Geography ~ Copenhagen is the capital of what European country?ANSWER 692
693
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Male turtles can lay eggsANSWER 693
694
1st Grade World Geography ~ What ocean separates Africa and South America?ANSWER 694
695
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Iowa's southern border is with what other U.S. State?ANSWER 695
696
3rd Grade Music ~ Which is a term for 3 or more musical pitches sounded simultaneously?

a. Chord
b. Chorus
ANSWER 696
697
5th Grade World History ~ What Spanish conquistador conquered the INCA empire of Peru and later founded the city of Lima?ANSWER 697
698
5th Grade Science ~ What Element on the Periodic Table is represented by the letter K ?ANSWER 698
699
1st Grade Animal Science ~ Which term is used for a group of fish?

a. Platoon
b. Pride
c. School
ANSWER 699
700
1st Grade Health ~ The thigh is located on what part of the human body?

a. Leg
b. Arm
c. Neck
ANSWER 700
701
2nd Grade Mathematics ~ What is the highest 2 digit even number?ANSWER 701
702
3rd Grade World History ~ Columbus made his 1492 transatlantic voyage under the sponsorship of Ferdinand and Isabella who were King and Queen of what country?ANSWER 702
703
4th Grade Ancient Cultures ~ In greek mythology, what creature had the head of a bull and the body of a man?ANSWER 703
704
3rd Grade Music ~ True or False?...By definition, all operas are sung in ItalianANSWER 704
705
4th Grade Grammar ~ What word is the pronoun in the following sentence? "Everyone, including Jenna and Olivia, was afraid of taking the math exam."ANSWER 705
706
5th Grade U.S. History ~ In the 1850's, the U.S. bought 30,000 square miles of land in the GADSEN PURCHASE. The land is now part of two states. Name both states.ANSWER 706
707
1st Grade English ~ The plural form of girl is girls. The plural form of woman is what?ANSWER 707
708
1st Grade Astronomy ~ True or False?...Bryce weighs more on Earth than he does on the moonANSWER 708
709
1st Grade Mathematics ~ What is the sum of all whole numbers 1-6, including 1 and 6?ANSWER 709
710
3rd Grade Health ~ True or False?.,..When someone is near-sighted, they have trouble seeing things far away?ANSWER 710
711
1st Grade Social Studies ~ The National Archives is located in what U.S. city?ANSWER 711
712
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Chameleons are the only species of lizard that can change their color based on their environment?ANSWER 712
713
1st Grade Science ~ A raisin is a dehydrated version of what fruit?ANSWER 713
714
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Tasmanian devils are now extinctANSWER 714
715
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Excluding Alaska and Hawaii, the U.S. has 4 time zones, Eastern, Pacific, Central and what?ANSWER 715
716
3rd Grade World Geography ~ What city is the capital of China?ANSWER 716
717
4th Grade World History ~ Ponce deLeon, who sailed on Columbus's 2nd voyage is credited with discovering what current U.S. State in 1513?ANSWER 717
718
3rd Grade English ~ Which word below is a PALENDROME?

a. Vroom
b. Jumbo Shrimp
c. Racecar
ANSWER 718
719
2nd Grade World Geogrpahy ~ What is the Southernmost country in Africa?ANSWER 719
720
2nd Grade U.S. History ~ The Pilgrims, who sailed on the Mayflower to the New World in 1620, crossed what ocean on their journey?ANSWER 720
721
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ What river, which is over 1400 miles long, flows through the middle of the Grand Canyon?ANSWER 721
722
3rd Grade Science ~ A LEVER is a simple machine that pivots ona point. What is that point called?

a. Fulcrum
b. Level
c. Pulley
ANSWER 722
723
4th Grade Literature ~ In the book "The Odyssey" by Homer, the mythical creature known as Cyclops had how many eyes?ANSWER 723
724
5th Grade World History ~ The United States of America is named after Amerigo, an Italian explorer who was born in the 15th Century. What was Amerigo's last name?ANSWER 724
725
4th Grade Mathematics ~ If an isosceles triangle has sides with length 5 & 8, what could be the length of the 3rd side?
a. 3
b. 5
c. 13
ANSWER 725
726
5th Grade Cultural Studies ~ Legendary Native American leader Geronimo was a chief of what tribe?ANSWER 726
727
5th Grade Music ~ What composer wrote the 1812 overture in 1882?ANSWER 727
728
4th Grade Grammar ~ What word is the prepostion in the following sentence? "Man has walked on the moon"ANSWER 728
729
5th Grade U.S. History ~ As a result of the Missouri Compromise, what state was allowed to join the union on 3/15/1820 to balance the addition of Missouri?ANSWER 729
730
2nd Grade Measurements ~ What unit of measurement is abbreviated LBANSWER 730
731
1st Grade Social Studies ~ The following is an image of what Washington D.C. building?

ANSWER 731
732
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ Which is not a type of pony?

a. Shetland
b. Welsh
c. Cornish
ANSWER 732
733
1st Grade Music ~ True or False?...A beat with no sound is called a REST?ANSWER 733
734
4th Grade Mathematics ~ If 3 consecutive even numbers add up to 18, what is the value of the smallest of those numbers?ANSWER 734
735
3rd Grade Anatomy ~ True or False?...In humans, the epidermis is located directly underneath the dermisANSWER 735
736
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Lake Mead, which is located on the Arizona/Nevanda border, was created by the construction of what dam?ANSWER 736
737
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ A typical beehive contains how many Queen Bees?ANSWER 737
738
3rd Grade Mathematics ~ Cody is putting books away in the library, he has 39 books, 12 books will fit on each shelf. What is the fewest number of shelves he will need to put away all 39 books?ANSWER 738
739
1st Grade Measurements ~ How many U.S. nickels are equal to .75?ANSWER 739
740
3rd Grade Grammar ~ What word is the HELPING VERB in the following sentence? "Mackenzie must finish her homework."ANSWER 740
741
4th Grade Earth Science ~ What type of rock is formed by the solidification of molten magma?

a. Igneous
b. Metaphoric
c. Sedimentary
ANSWER 741
742
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ John Muir is known as the father of which U.S. Institution?

a. Federal Reserve
b. Postal Service
c. National Park Service
ANSWER 742
743
5th Grade World Geogrpahy ~ What is the largest country by land area in Central America?ANSWER 743
744
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...A Flamingo is pink at birthANSWER 744
745
2nd Grade U.S. Geography ~ Niagara Falls is located in what U.S. State?ANSWER 745
746
2nd Grade Music ~ In a traditional string quarted, there is One Viola, One Cello, and 2 of what other instrument?ANSWER 746
747
3rd Grade Science ~ Which term refers to the lowest point of a sound wave?

a. Crest
b. Trough
c. Period
ANSWER 747
748
2nd Grade English ~ How many Nouns are in the following sentence? "My mother and my father sent my sister to Mars"ANSWER 748
749
3rd Grade Earth Science ~ What level of the earth lies between the CRUST and the CORE and is approximately 1800 miles thick?ANSWER 749
750
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ True or False?...The Great Salt Lake in Utah is a fresh water lakeANSWER 750
751
1st Grade Animal Science ~ How many tusks does a typical adult walrus have?ANSWER 751
752
2nd Grade Social Studies ~ In 1954, the U.S. Department of Defense established what song as the official musical tribute to the President of the United States?ANSWER 752
753
3rd Grade World History ~ What was the first name of the U.S. President Abraham Lincoln's wife?

a. Mary
b. Elizabeth
c. Anne
ANSWER 753
754
4th Grade World Geography ~ What African country is home of the city Casablanca?ANSWER 754
755
4th Grade Astronomy ~ The Earth's moon is how from the Earth?

a. 240,000 miles
b. 550,000 miles
c. 1,100,000 miles
ANSWER 755
756
1st Grade Mathematics ~ What is the sum of all the even numbers between 1 and 9?ANSWER 756
757
1st Grade English ~ True or False?...A complete simple sentence must always contain at least one verb.ANSWER 757
758
2nd Grade Anatomy ~ The typical human body has how many lungs?ANSWER 758
759
2nd Grade Animal Science ~ The night crawler is what species of animal?

a. Worm
b. Monkey
c. Lizard
ANSWER 759
760
3rd Grade U.S. Geography ~ How many U.S. States share a land border with Maine?ANSWER 760
761
3rd Grade Astronomy ~ What planet is nicknamed the Red Planet?ANSWER 761
762
4th Grade Art ~ Which one of the follolwing artists was born in Mexico?

a. Pablo Picasso
b. Salvador Dali
c. Diego Rivera
ANSWER 762
763
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...Adult Gorillas typically have tailsANSWER 763
764
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ The Liberty Bell hangs in Independence Hall in what U.S. City?ANSWER 764
765
2nd Grade Grammar ~ What is the root of the word DISOWNED?ANSWER 765
766
3rd Grade Life Science ~ A typical amoeba has how many cells?ANSWER 766
767
3rd Grade Anatomy ~ Which part of the eye uses cells called Rods and Cones to process light?

a. Cornea
b. Pupil
c. Retina
ANSWER 767
768
4th Grade Health ~ Ascorbic Acid is also known as which vitamin?

a. A
b. B
c. C
ANSWER 768
769
1st Grade Animal Science ~ True or False?...The cicada is a type of insectANSWER 769
770
2nd Grade Life Science ~ A baby frong is known as a tadpole or what other name?

a. Zygote
b. Minnow
c. Polywog
ANSWER 770
771
1st Grade U.S. Geography ~ The capital city of the U.S. is closest in distance to which ocean?ANSWER 771
772
2nd Grade Measurements ~ The 100th day of the year occurs in what calendar month?ANSWER 772
773
3rd Grade World Geography ~ What river runs through the center of London, England?ANSWER 773
774
3rd Grade Grammar ~ What word is the preposition in the following sentence? "Mackenzie sang in the school musical."ANSWER 774
775
4th Grade Earth Science ~ True or False?...Dormant volcanoes are believed to never have a chance to erupt againANSWER 775
776
5th Grade Health ~ What organ in the human body produces insulin?ANSWER 776