Duke Ellington
Spiders
Josef Albers
Fractions
Penguin Bot
100

The year that Duke Ellington was born.

What is the 1899?

100

Spiders have this many legs.

What is eight?


100

Josef Albers was born here.

What is Germany?

100

9/7 as a mixed number.

What is 1 2/7?

100

Emperor Penguins live here.

What is Antarctica?

200

Duke Ellington took lessons on this instrument.

What is the piano?

200

Instead of eating their food, spiders do this. 

What is drinking?

200

Josef Albers experimented with these.

What are optical illusions.
200

1 1/4 as an improper fraction.

What is 5/4?

200

Antarctica is the continent at this pole.

What is the South Pole?

300

In 1927, Duke Ellington's band played this club in Harlem.  

What is the Cotton Club?
300

There are more than this many types of spiders. 

What is 38,000?

300
This country inspired Josef Alber's art.

What is Mexico?

300

1/2 + 3/4 =

What is 1 1/4?

300

Penguins live in these groups.

What are colonies?

400

One of the greatest hit songs in 1941.

What is Take the "A" Train?

400

The biggest spider.

What is the Goliath birdeater tarantula?

400

Josef Albers began to experiment and study this.

What is color?

400

11 divided by 4.

What is 2 remainder 3 or 2 3/4?

400

The name of the wheeled robot sent by Le Maho to study the penguins.

What is a rover?

500

In 1943, Duke Ellington and His Orchestra played in this music venue in New York City.

What is Carnegie Hall?
500

Hairs on a spider's body are used to sense these.

What are vibrations?

500
This museum in New York City gave Josef Albers a one person show. 

What is the Metropolitan Museum of Art?

500

9 tenths is equal to this many twentieths.

What is 18?

500

The disguised penguin bot did not cause this to rise in the penguins. 

What is their heart rate?

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