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100

The pyramids of Giza are located on this continent.

What is Africa?

100

The Roman numeral XVI is this number.

What is 16?

100

This is the longest river in the world.

What is the Amazon?

100

Animals who only eat plants are called this. 

What are herbivores?

100

A hexagon has this many sides. 

What are 6?

200

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from this country.

What is France?

200

Earth is located in this galaxy.

What is the Milky Way?

200

The main series of events in a story is called this.

What is a plot?

200

This is the largest US state by landmass.

What is Alaska?

200

The interior angles of a triangle always sum up to this.

What is 180 degrees?

300

If you cut a quarter into thirds, you would have this many pieces.

What is three?

300

In this state you find the Windy City.

What is Illinois?

300

This planet is closest to the sun.

What is Mercury?

300

A story conveying a moral lesson is called this.

What is a fable?

300

The Fertile Crescent was located in this region.

What is the Middle East?

400

This male bird is called a gander.

What is a goose?

400

This branch, along with the judicial and executive, form the three branches of government.

What are judicial, executive, and legislative?

400

There are this many grams in a thousand kilograms.

What is one million?

400

A scientist who studies rocks is called this.

What is a geologist?

400

This person wrote the American national anthem. 

Who is Francis Scott Key?

500

This causes tides in the ocean.

What is the moon?

500

This type of literature features fictional characters and situations set in real-life locations or eras of the past.

What is historical fiction?

500

The first fireworks were invented in this country during the seventh century.

What is China?

500

This ancient civilization build Machu Pichu in Peru.

Who are the Incas?

500

This species can live on both water and land. 

What are amphibians? 

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