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Math:

What is 384 rounded to the nearest ten?

380

100

Science:

A caterpillar changes and grows into a what?

A butterfly

100

History:

The Statue of Liberty was a gift from where?

France

100

English:

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

Synonym


100

Geography:

How many continents are there?

7

200

Math:

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

89 cents

200

Science:

How many legs do arachnids have?

8

200

History:

What are the first ten amendments to the Constitution called?

The Bill of Rights

200

English:

What are the comparative and superlative forms of the word "big?"

bigger and biggest

200

Geography:

In what country is the Taj Mahal located?

India

300

Math:

How many sides does a hexagon have?

6 sides

300

Science:

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

Earthquake


300

History:

Julius Caesar was the emperor of what empire?

The Roman Empire

300

English:

Adding conjunctions such as "and" or "but" turns a simple sentence into what type of sentence?

A compound sentence

300

Geography:

What is the capital of Florida?

Tallahassee

400

Math:

23 x 4 =

92

400

Science:

What planet is nicknamed the “Red Planet?”

Mars

400

History:

Name two of Columbus’ three ships:

Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria

400

English:

Find the preposition: 

The pretty cat sat on the kitchen table.

On

400

Geography:

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

Alaska

500

Math:

If you need 1 & 1/2 cups of flour, and you only have a 1/4 measuring cup, how many times do you need to use it to get the right about of flour?

6 times

500

Science:

What class of animals can live on both land and in water?

Amphibians

500

History:

The modern-day city of Istanbul was known by what name in the 13th century?

Constantinople

500

English:

Who is the creator of the classic book characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn?

Mark Twain

500

Geography:

What is the name of the sea bordered by Europe to the north and North Africa to the south?

The Mediterranean Sea 

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