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AVID
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How many days are in a year?

365

100

Trivia Question: What vitamin does the sun’s ultraviolet rays help the skin produce? 



Vitamin D

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Trivia Question: Which American president appears on a one-dollar bill?

George Washington

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Trivia Question: What color is human blood inside the body? 

red

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Trivia Question: Who was Michael Jackson? 


a singer

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Trivia Question: The Statue of Liberty was given to the US by which country? 


France

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Babies have more _____ than adults.

Bones

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AVID is intended to help students prepare for ____.

College or career-readiness.
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How many zeros are in ten-thousand 

4

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Trivia Question: What is the smallest planet in our solar system? 


Mercury

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Trivia Question: What is the most common letter in  English?

E

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Trivia Question: What is the scientific name of the process where plants prepare their food from sunlight? 


Photosynthesis

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Trivia Question: What is the biggest state in the USA?

Alaska

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Trivia Question: What organ does an octopus have three of? 

heart

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Trivia Question: What substance are nails made out of? 

Keratin

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AVID started in which state?

California

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How old do you have to be to drive a car in USA by yourself?

16

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How many bones do sharks have?

None

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Trivia Question: Which planet is the hottest?  

Venus

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Trivia Question:  Quebec is a province in Canada. What language do they speak there?  

French

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Trivia Question: In Greek mythology, who had snakes for hair and could turn people into stone if they looked at her?


Medusa

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Trivia Question: How many eyes does a bee have?

Five

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Trivia Question: What is the only land animal that cannot jump?

Elephant

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AVID started in which year?

1980

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What date is Christmas?

December 25th

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Trivia Question: Which animal has the largest eyes?


Giant Squid

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They call my baby, a Joey! Who Am I?

Kangaroo

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What does a white blood cell do?

It kills diseases or viruses

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Trivia Question:  Who founded Microsoft?

Bill Gates

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Trivia Question: Which mammal has no vocal cords?

Giraffe

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Trivia Question: Tiger Woods is known for which sport?

golf

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Trivia Question: What does AVID stand for?

Achievement via Individual Determination

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How many stars are on the American flag?

50

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Trivia Question: What is the only edible food that never goes bad?  

Honey

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Trivia Question: What bird symbolizes America?

The Eagle

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Trivia Question: How many years must pass before you can celebrate as a centennial?

100

500

Trivia Question: Which painter reputedly cut off his own ear?

Van Gogh

500

Trivia Question: What is a meteorologist?

Person who studies the weather.

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What company used to be called "Automatic Binding Bricks"?  (This is a building toy company.)

Lego

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What are the WICOR strategies?

Writing

Inquiry

Collaboration

Organization 

Reading

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Some people want to visit and weirdly they call me the "Challenger Deep". Who Am I?

The Mariana Trench

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Trivia Question: What is CO2 referred to as?

Carbon Dioxide

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Trivia Question: What’s the most populous city in the United States? 

New York

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Trivia Question: What was the first Disney animated film based on the life of a real person? 

Pochahontas

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Trivia Question: Who made the Atomic Bomb?


Robert Oppenheimer

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What's the term for the loud and long calls made by howler monkeys to communicate with each other in the jungle?

HOWLS

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Trivia Question: Which famous artist painted the Mona Lisa? 

Leonardo Da Vinci

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What makes a goal SMART? (What do the letters stand for?)

SPECIFIC

MEASURABLE

ACTIONABLE or ATTAINABLE

REALISTIC

TIMELY

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How many years are in a millenium?

1000 years

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Trivia Question: What does defenestrate mean?

to throw out the window

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Trivia Question: What is a rambutan?

A fruit

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What is the capital of Italy?

Rome

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Trivia Question: Botany is the scientific study of what?

Plants

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Trivia Question:  Who was the first American astronaut to step foot on the moon? 

Neil Armstrong

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What is the loudest animal on Earth?

whale

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What is the word for "putting things in order of importance"?

Prioritizing

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If you over take the person in second place, what place are you coming? 

2nd place

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Trivia Question: In which continent is Timbuktu located?

Africa

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Trivia Question: What language is the most popularly spoken worldwide? 

English ( 1,440,000 ) Speakers

Mandarin Chinese (1,250,000 ) Speakers


800

Trivia Question: What is the largest desert in the world?  

Antarctica

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Trivia Question: What boxer is known as the Greatest of All Time?

Muhammed Ali

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Trivia Question: What are the plastic pieces on the end of a shoe string called?

Aglet

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Trivia Question: Who Was The First Woman To Fly Solo Across The Atlantic Ocean?


Amelia Earhart

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This is the term for thinking about what you want to be and how you're going to get there, breaking it down into smaller steps.

Goal-setting

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How many years was the longest time a king ruled a country in history?

76 Years King Louis the XIV

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Trivia Question: What is the human body's largest organ?

The skin

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Trivia Question: Who painted the ceiling in the Sistine Chapel?

Michelangelo

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What is cynophobia?

Fear of dogs

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What is the term for a group of lions that live together, often consisting of related females and their young?

A Pride
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Trivia Question: What reptile lives the longest?

Giant Tortoise

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Which big cat, known for its beautiful spotted coat, can be found in some jungles and is an excellent climber?

Leopard

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This is the term for organizing your obligations according to priority so you can fit everything you want and need to do in the day.

Time-management

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