2D Shapes
3D Shapes
Water Cycle
Social Studies
Ms. Ross Facts
100

The shape with no sides or corners

Circle

100

Shape that is shaped like a ball

Sphere

100
The water cycle has this many steps

4

100
Lacrosse is Canada's what?

National summer sport

100

Ms. Ross's dog's name is?

Sadie

200

The shape that has six sides and corners

Hexagon

200

This shape is shaped like a dice.

Cube

200

Is being windy while flying a kite a positive or negative effect of air movement?

Postive

200

Canada's national languages are?

English and French

200

How old is Ms. Ross?

24

300

Shape with 4 sides but is not a square, rectangle, or diamond

Trapezoid

300

A shape with six faces but they are not all the same

Rectangular Prism

300

Dirty air and dirty water are caused by what? 

Pollution

300

Food, water, shelter, and clothes are all examples of what?

Needs

300

What town does Ms. Ross live in?

Stonewall

400

Shape with eight sides and corners

Octagon

400

3D shapes can have edges, faces, and ______

Vertices

400

Water changing from a liquid to a solid is an example of what?

Evaporation

400

What is Manitoba's provincial fish?

Pickeral

400

How many siblings does Ms. Ross have?

1

500

Shape, size, colour, and thickness are all examples of what?

Attributes

500

Name the missing 3D shape that we learned about: sphere, cube, rectangular prism, cone, triangular prism, and pyramid.

Cylinder
500

Name the missing part of the water cycle: Precipitation, Condensation, Evaporation, and _______

Collection

500

Manitoba's provincial bird is what type of bird?

Owl

500

What grade is Ms. Ross going to teach next year?

Kindergarten

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