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WDS Second Grade
100

How many sides does a rectangle have?

4
100

What is the largest animal on Earth?

A. The African elephant

B. The blue whale

C. Alligator

D. The giant squid

B. Blue Whale

The African elephant may be the biggest land animal, but the largest animal anywhere on Earth is the blue whale, which can weigh up to 400,000 pounds (or 200 tons)—that’s approximately 33 elephants!

100

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?

Spongebob Squarepants

100

What planet do we live on?


Earth

100
When reading independently, what level are we?

Level 0

200

What kind of fish is Nemo?

a clownfish

200

Can you name the closest star to Earth?

The Sun

200

What does a thermometer measure?

Temperature

200

Which country has the largest population?

A. United States

B. China

C. France

D. Russia

B. China covers 3,705,407 square miles and has 1.4 billion people that live there.

200

What do we need to do before taking books out from the Library or Classroom Library?

Sanitize our hands.

300

What does an apple grow from?

A tree or seed

300

Which animal is the largest big cat?

A. Lion

B. Tiger

C. Cheetah

D. Leopard

B. Tiger

300

What sport can you get a hole in one?

Golf

300

How many cents are in a dollar?

100 cents = 1 Dollar

300

Where do we put our Reading Book Baggies?

The clear or black bin!

400

On the farm, what is a hen?

A female chicken.

400

What land animal can open its mouth the widest?

A. Alligator

B. Crocodile

C. Baboon

D. Hippo

D. Hippo


The hippopotamus has the widest mouth of any land animal. It can open its jaws more than three feet and 150 degrees!

400

Why do snakes stick out their tongue?

A. To scare predators

B. To lick their prey

C. To make a hissing sound

D. To “smell” the air

D. To smell the air

The snake sticks out its tongue to gather chemical info from the environment around it, and then carries it back to two receptors on the roof of its mouth.

400

What month do we celebrate Easter?

April


400

Where does homework go when we turn it in?

Green Bin

500

What are the primary colors?

Blue, red, yellow

500

What is an animal called that eats plants and meat?

A. Carnivore

B. Herbivore

C. Omnivore

D. Pescatarian

Omnivore

Carnivores eat meat, herbivores eat plants, and omnivores eat basically anything—in Latin, “omni” means “all.” (Pescatarian is a human diet similar to a vegetarian, but which also includes fish.)

500

What is it called when there are no more of one kind of animal left on Earth?

A. Evolution

B. Conservation

C. Extinction

D. Endangered

The most famous animals to have become extinct are the dinosaurs, which died out about 65 million years ago. Scientists don’t know exactly why, but it was likely a mass extinction event, either a meteor slamming into Earth or a massive volcanic eruption.

500

How many colors are in a rainbow?

A. 7

B. 10

C. 6

D. 8

A. 7


These amazing optical displays are one of the most beautiful sights in nature, and one of the answers to our trivia questions for kids. The colors of the rainbow can be remembered by an acronym, or the first letter of each word: ROY G BIV. That’s red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.

500

Name at least 3 class jobs.

Tidy Tub, Mask Monitor, Teacher Helper, Volume Monitor, Door Holder, Electrician, Substitute, 

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