Literacy
Geography
Number
Science
100

Spell 'sirprize' correctly.

s-u-r-p-r-i-s-e

100

What is the land down-under?

Australia

100

Double 12

24

100

What does habitat mean?

Where an animal lives.

200

What is a homophone?  Give an example.

Sound the same, different spelling and meaning.

dear/deer, pear/pair, their/there, etc

200

Name a continent in the northern hemisphere.

Asia, North America, Europe

200

The difference between 15 and 18.

3

200

Name a part of a plant.

roots, stem, leaves, bud, flower, 
300

List 3 ways to spell the 'air' sound.

air- fair

are- beware

ear- bear

300

If you went from Australia to the north pole, which direction would you travel?

north

300

3 tens and 11 ones.

3 tens is 30 

+11 is 41

300

Name 2 animals with feathers.

birds, chickens, penguins, etc

400

What is a closed syllable.

A syllable that ends with a consonant and has a short vowel.

400

Tell a fact about the Southern Hemisphere.

-Cyclones swirl in a clockwise direction

-Emperor penguins live here.

400

A quarter of 12.

Half is 6.

Half again= a quarter= 3

400

Name 2 animals that have scales.

fish, crocodiles, lizards, snake,

500
Does the word 'robot' have an open or closed syllable?

open.... ro-bot.  

The first syllable ends with a long vowel.

500

Name all seven continents.

Asia, Africa, North & South America, Antarctica, Europe, Australia.

500

Six times the number 5.  Then add 2.

32

500

How do you know that plants are living things?

They grow.  

They feed from nutrients in the soil. 

They drink water.

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