Lower elementary random
Upper elementary random
1st/2nd Grade Geography
1st/2nd Grade Science
1st/2nd Grade ELA
3rd/4th grade Social Studies
1st/2nd Grade Math
100

What is the only US capital located south of Miami, Florida?

 Honolulu, Austin, Sante Fe

Honolulu

100

If a diameter of a circle is 4”, then what is the radius?

2"

100

What is the capital of the united states?

Washington DC

100

The ocean is made of what kind of water?

salt water

100

How many syllables are in the word Hippopotomous?

5

100

What mythical location did Ponce de Leon search for?

the edge of the world or the fountain of youth

the fountain of youth

100

What number is the Roman numeral XVI?

16

200

The hippopotamus is indigenous to what continent?

Africa

200

What is the product of 2/3 and 48?

32

200

What measures distance north or south of the Equator: latitude or longitude?


Longitude

That was the answer provided, it's wrong says I.

Longitude measures E&W around the equator

Latitude measures N&S from the equator to the poles.

200

What is H2O also known as?

water

200

How many syllables are in the word Rhinoceros?

4

200

Who guided Lewis and Clark on their expedition?

Sacagawea

200

If your mom buys 52 grapes and your dad brings home 34 grapes, how many grapes does your family have?


 86





300

If you are heading South East and make a 180 degree turn, what direction are you now heading?

North west


300

Which US state is home to Grand Teton National Park? Colorado, Wyoming, Tennessee

Wyoming

300

What continent is located in the southernmost part of the Southern Hemisphere?

Antarctica

300

What resource covers most of the Earth?

water

300

Does the word, “Drone” have a long or short vowel sound?

long o

300

Who was the president during the United States Civil War?

Abe Lincoln

300

You have two quarters, a nickel, three dimes, and four pennies. How much money do you have?

89 cents

400

True or False. All camels have 2 humps.

False

400

The ancient city of Troy was located in what present-day country? 

Lebanon, Greece, Turkey

Greece

400

How many oceans are there?

5

Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Southern, and Arctic.

400

When a living thing makes more of its own kind, is it called reproducing, reducing, or recycling?

reproducing

400

What is a noun?

a person, place, or thing

400

The first fireworks were invented in what country during the seventh century?

China

400

Which is bigger?

 285 

200 + 30 – 5 + 60

They are equal

500

Name 2 of the great Lakes

Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario

500

4th Grade World History

Who wrote the national anthem of the United States of America?

Francis Scott Key

If you haven't seen it watch

"Star Spangled Banner As You've Never Heard It"

on you tube

500

What is the largest U.S. state by landmass?

Alaska

500

Which planet is closest to the sun?

Mercury

500

Choose the correct sentence:

My Birthday is in August.

my birthday is in August. 

My birthday is in August.

My birthday is in August.

500

Julius Caesar was the emperor of what empire? 

Greek or Roman

Roman

500

What is the 384 rounded off to the nearest ten?

380

600

In what month is the US federal holiday Veterans Day?  


November

600

Which is the 19th letter of the English Alphabet?

S
600

What is the largest country by size?

Russia

600

What are the 3 states of matter?

Solid, liquid, gas

Brian's fun fact: Plasma is the 4th state of matter

600

The person in a novel who tells the story from a third-person perspective is called a what?

narrator

600

What is Rosa Parks most famous for?

Civil Rights Activism, Refusing to give her seat up in the front of the bus.

600

Out of the fractions below, which is greatest? 

3/20    3/9     3/5


3/5

700

Which is of the following is a legume? 

Peanut, Olive, Grapefruit

Peanut

700

How many bones does a human body have?

206

700

What is the longest river in the world?

Amazon River

700

What phenomenon might be felt on the surface when two tectonic plates rub against each other?

Earthquake

700

What GENRE of literature features magical creatures, such as giants, gnomes, and goblins?

Fantasy/Fairy tale

700

What did colonists dump in Boston Harbor?

Tea

700

On a class field trip, there are four buses taking 36 students to the zoo. Each bus has the same number of students. How many students are on each bus?

9

800

How many months of the year have 31 days?

7

800

How many consonants are there in the English alphabet?

21

800

What is the largest continent?

Africa

800

Earth is located in what galaxy?

the milky way


800

Which one of these words is an adjective?

Cotton, She, Jump, or Red.

Red

800

The Emancipation Proclamation did what?

Freed the Slaves

800

According to where the hands are at, what is the time?

 The big hand is on 12. The little hand is on the 7.

7:00 p.m.

900

Which is longer, one kilometer or one mile?

one mile

900

What is the homophone for the word ‘one’?

won

900

If you fly from Los Angeles to Australia, what ocean do you cross?

Pacific

900

How many legs do arachnids have?

8

900

Can you pick the correct homophone (to, too, or two) of the following sentence? 

I read a book, and she read that book ___.

too

900

The Incas built the complex civilization called Machu Picchu in what country?

Peru

900

There are 12 tennis racquets and six baseball bats. How many more tennis racquets are there than baseball bats? 


6





1000

1 kilogram equals who many grams? 

1000, 100, 10

1000

1000

If Barbara is facing north and turns 90 degrees to her left, what direction is she facing now?

west

1000

In what state will you find the Windy City?

Illinois (Chicago)

1000

What celestial body causes the oceans tides?

the moon

1000

Can you pick an antonym of the word tame?

crazy, wild, uncontrollable, ect.

1000

What year did Christopher Colombus arrive in America?

1492

1000

If you cut a quarter into thirds, how many pieces would you have?

3

1100

Canadians celebrate Boxing Day on what day?

 December 26th , January 1, August 24th

12/26

1100
  1. In which country the War of the Roses took place?

england

1100

What continent are the Pyramids of Giza located in?

Africa

1100

Snow, rain, and sleet are all examples of what? part of the water cycle?

Precipitation

1100

What is the term for a word that is similar in meaning to another word?

EX. Rich / Wealthy 

Synonym

1100

How many terms did George Washington serve as president?

2

1100

What was the DATE of the first day of the 20th century?

Month, day, year

January 1st 1900






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