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100

The clever robbers were able to ____ capture by hiding from the cameras.

What is circumvent?

100

What is the volume of a figure with a width of 3 cm a height of 5 cm and a length pf 6 cm?

What is 90 cm3?

100

The basic unit of all living things

What is a cell?

100

In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson completed a treaty with the French government to purchase a large section of land in North America. This land is now known as the Louisiana Purchase. The purchase was important to the future of the U.S. It was the first major expansion of the U.S. since it had won its independence from Great Britain 20 years earlier. The territory gained in the Louisiana Purchase was the largest in U.S. history, totaling 828,000 squares miles, about 23% of the current U.S. land area. The Louisiana Purchase also secured the  U.S.’s right to passage along the Mississippi River and allowed access to the important port of New Orleans.

What is the main idea?

What is that the Louisiana Purchase was important to the U.S.?

100

Having a specific function

What is specialized?

200

General Sherman, the world's largest living tree by volume, has a ___________ of over 102 feet around its base.

What is circumference?

200

A cooler is 4 feet wide, 3 feet tall, and 6 feet long. What is it's volume?

What is 72 cubic feet?

200

A single living thing

What is an organism?

200

In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson completed a treaty with the French government to purchase a large section of land in North America. This land is now known as the Louisiana Purchase. The purchase was important to the future of the U.S. It was the first major expansion of the U.S. since it had won its independence from Great Britain 20 years earlier. The territory gained in the Louisiana Purchase was the largest in U.S. history, totaling 828,000 squares miles, about 23% of the current U.S. land area. The Louisiana Purchase also secured the  U.S.’s right to passage along the Mississippi River and allowed access to the important port of New Orleans.

What could be a title for this passage?

What is the Louisiana Purchase?

200

We learned about the weather _____ in science class.

What is cycle?

300

The family reunion was held in a _________ location so that nobody needed to travel too far to attend.

What is central?

300

Barry's pool is shaped like a rectangular prism. The bottom has an area of 300 square feet. The depth of the pool is 8ft. State the volume.

What is 2,400?

300

Bacteria and Amoeba.

(Choose unicellular or multicellular)

What is unicellular?

300

In 1803, President Thomas Jefferson completed a treaty with the French government to purchase a large section of land in North America. This land is now known as the Louisiana Purchase. The purchase was important to the future of the U.S. It was the first major expansion of the U.S. since it had won its independence from Great Britain 20 years earlier. The territory gained in the Louisiana Purchase was the largest in U.S. history, totaling 828,000 squares miles, about 23% of the current U.S. land area. The Louisiana Purchase also secured the  U.S.’s right to passage along the Mississippi River and allowed access to the important port of New Orleans.

Write a supporting detail that supports the main idea?

What is The Louisiana Purchase allowed for passage along the Mississippi River or The Louisiana Purchase was the first large land purchase in U.S history?

300

An Amazon box has a length of 10 inches, a width of 5 inches, and a height of 4 inches.

Manuel wants to fit dice that are 5 inches tall, 5 inches wide, and 5 inches long in the box to store. How many can he fit?

What are 40 die?

400

What effect might a cyclone have on a town?

What is it would destroy homes and buildings?

400

Betty made two rectangular prisms. Each prism is 2 units wide, 6 units, long, and 4 units tall. What is the total volume for both prisms?

What is 96 cubic units?

400

Movement of materials

What is transport?

400

There are eight planets in the Solar System, and each one is very different. Some planets, like Jupiter and Saturn are very large. Others, like Mercury and Mars are smaller. Jupiter has moons that are larger than Mercury. The planets also have different atmospheres. Uranus, Jupiter and Saturn have atmospheres of hydrogen and helium. The atmosphere on Venus is made up of carbon dioxide. Earth has a nitrogen and oxygen atmosphere. Neptune’s atmosphere is mostly hydrogen. The planets also have different temperatures. Uranus is the  coldest and Venus is the hottest.

What is the main idea?

What is that the planets are different?

400

What circumstance might cause you to be late for school?

What is your alarm clock broke, you overslept, the car had a flat tire, ...?

500
Write a synonym for eccentric.

What is unusual, weird, strange, unordinary...?

500

Care is storing sweaters in boxes. She wants a box that has the same length and width as a box she found with a length of 10 inches, a width of 5 inches, and a height of 1 inches.

If Crystal buys a box with a height of 3 inches, what would be the volume of the box?

What is 150 inches3?

500

Flower and Starfish.

(Choose unicellular of multicellular)

What is multicellular?

500

There are eight planets in the Solar System, and each one is very different. Some planets, like Jupiter and Saturn are very large. Others, like Mercury and Mars are smaller. Jupiter has moons that are larger than Mercury. The planets also have different atmospheres. Uranus, Jupiter and Saturn have atmospheres of hydrogen and helium. The atmosphere on Venus is made up of carbon dioxide. Earth has a nitrogen and oxygen atmosphere. Neptune’s atmosphere is mostly hydrogen. The planets also have different temperatures. Uranus is the  coldest and Venus is the hottest.

Write a title for the passage.

What is Planets in Our Solar System?

500

There are eight planets in the Solar System, and each one is very different. Some planets, like Jupiter and Saturn are very large. Others, like Mercury and Mars are smaller. Jupiter has moons that are larger than Mercury. The planets also have different atmospheres. Uranus, Jupiter and Saturn have atmospheres of hydrogen and helium. The atmosphere on Venus is made up of carbon dioxide. Earth has a nitrogen and oxygen atmosphere. Neptune’s atmosphere is mostly hydrogen. The planets also have different temperatures. Uranus is the  coldest and Venus is the hottest.

State a detail that supports the main idea.

What is The planets have different atmospheres or the planets are different sizes, some are large and some are small?

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