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100

11 - 8 = 

3

100

What do scientists do?

various answers

i.e. Scientists explore ideas together, conduct experiments, study the world, make hypothesises, conduct research projects, test and challenge ideas,...

100

Name a book or two that you enjoyed.

various answers

i.e Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus, Oh the Places You'll Go, The Name Jar, The Very Hungry Caterpillar

100

What are north, south, east, and west?

The cardinal directions.

100

How many legs does a spider have?

8 legs

200

Create an equation where the answer is 15.

various answers

i.e. 31 - 16 = 15

200

What are the three states of matter?

solid, liquid and gas

200

Name three words that end with -ing.

various answers

i.e. jumping, talking, running, speaking, falling, asking

200

Name a country that has a Prime Minister. 

Name a country that has a President.

various answers

i.e. Prime Minister - UK, France, Australia, India, Portugal

i.e. President - Brazil, USA, Mexico, Chile, South Korea, India, Portugal, Italy

200

What are the equator, prime meridian, lines of latitude, and lines of longitude?

The imaginary lines go up, down, and around the globe. They are used when finding your position on the Earth (GPS coordinates).

300

Continue the pattern 0, 5, 10, 15...

20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60...

300

What are the seasons?

Summer, Fall, Winter, Spring
300

What is the difference between nonfiction and fiction?

Fiction texts are often based on imagination and fantasy. Fiction texts can be accurate (true stories) but do not have to be. 

Nonfiction texts are about real events, people, and facts. Nonfiction texts can tell true stories.

300

On which date is Brazilian Independence celebrated?

September 7 (1822)

300

How many grade levels are there at ISC? (from ECC to HS)

ECC 1-3, Kindergarten, 1-5, 6-8, 9-12 

16 grade levels

400

Joe bought 67 cupcakes for his birthday party. After the party, there were 21 cupcakes left. How many cupcakes were eaten at the party?

46 cupcakes were eaten at the party.

400

What is the sun?

The star nearest to Earth which we revolve around in 365 days. The sun is part of our solar system.

400

Create a character. 

various answers

i.e. A witch that is kind to strangers and has a cat.

400

In which year was the internet first available?

The Internet was available to those few people who owned personal computers in 1983, with the TCP/IP protocol still used today.

On February 26, 1991, English computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee introduced the WorldWideWeb (WWW). It was the only available internet browser open to the public. 

400

What are the colors of the rainbow?

Red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet

500

How many minutes are there in an hour?

60 minutes in 1 hour.
500

What is camouflage? 

An adaptation used by some animals to help them hide from predators by blending in with their surroundings. i.e. chameleons

500

What is an adjective?


This is a word that is used to describe a noun (person, place, or thing).

i.e. slimy, soft, hairy, magnificent

500

What is a civil war?

A war between opposing groups of citizens of the same country.

500

What is the name of the fish who helps Marlin cross the ocean to find Nemo?

Dory

600

Estimate how many Grade 3 students there are in ISC.

various answers

i.e. 15 + 15 + 15 = 45 students

600

What is the water cycle?

The water cycle is the path that all water follows as it moves around Earth in different states. Liquid water is found in oceans, rivers, lakes—and even underground.


600

What is a summary?


This is a short version of the text that includes just the important details.

600

What is the Titanic?

An "unsinkable" passenger ship which sunk in April 1912 in the Atlantic Ocean after striking an iceberg. Stricter life-preservation rules were enacted in passenger ships, and later aircraft, following the tragedy. The story has been immortalized as a famous movie.

600

What is the name of Rapunzel’s pet chameleon in Tangled?

Pascal

700

What is a square?

A shape has 4 congruent (equal) sides and 4 right angles.

700

What is a decomposer?

This is a living thing that breaks down dead things. i.e. worms 

700

Give an example of when to use a capital letter (while writing).

various answers

i.e. start of a sentence, proper noun (name), day of the week, quotation

700

Name an invention which has changed human history.

various answers

i.e. paper, gunpowder, hot-air balloons, airplanes, elevators, cars, rocket-fuel

700

What is the name of the gas humans need to breathe to survive?

Oxygen

800

Ms. Bia made 34 phone calls this week. If she makes the same number of phone calls every week for 6 weeks, how many total phone calls will Ms. Bia make?

34 + 34 + 34 + 34 + 34 + 34 = 204 phone calls

or 34 x 6 = 204 phone calls

800

What is echolocation? 

A system of using sound waves to identify physical locations of items. Echolocation is used by bats to locate their prey in the night and navigate by sound. Other animals use echolocation too.

800

What are " " ?

quotation marks in English to show speak (dialogue) in a text

i.e. "Mom, can I go outside?" asked Beth.

800

What do you know about Argentina? 

various answers

i.e. shares a border with Brazil, capital is Buenos Aires, speaks Spanish, Ushuaia claims to be the world’s southernmost city,...

800

What is the name of the school Harry Potter attended?

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardy

900

What is a trapezoid?

A trapezoid is a four-sided closed shape with two sides which are parallel to each other and two non-parallel sides.

900

What is Jupiter?

This is the fifth planet from the sun. A gaseous planet that has a continuous storm. It has 79 moons.

900

What is a simile?

A figure of speech used to compare two unlike things.

i.e. The boy felt like a lion as he raced down the street.

900

Name as many states of Brazil as possible (26 total, 1 capital district).

AC|Acre
AL|Alagoas
AM|Amazonas
AP|Amapá
BA|Bahia
CE|Ceará
DF|Distrito Federal
ES|Espírito Santo
GO|Goiás
MA|Maranhão
MG|Minas Gerais
MS|Mato Grosso do Sul
MT|Mato Grosso
PA|Pará
PB|Paraíba
PE|Pernambuco
PI|Piauí
PR|Paraná
RJ|Rio de Janeiro
RN|Rio Grande do Norte
RO|Rondônia
RR|Roraima
RS|Rio Grande do Sul
SC|Santa Catarina
SE|Sergipe
SP|São Paulo
TO|Tocantins

900

What is the largest land animal? (still alive)

African elephant

1000

Name two or more currencies used in the world. (For example, Brazil uses the real BRL$.)

various answers

i.e. US dollar (USD$), Australian dollar (AUD$), Canadian dollar (CAD$), the Euro (€), UK Pound sterling (£), Japanese Yen (¥), Indian Rupee (₹)...

1000

What is gravity?

This is a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass or energy are attracted to one another.

1000

What is a synonym?

This is when 2 words means the same thing.

i.e. huge, giant, grand, humongous, gigantic, large

1000

Name the 5 largest countries (by land area).

1. Russia, 2. Canada, 3. China, 4. USA, 5. Brazil

1000

At what temperature does water turn into ice?

0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit)

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