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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?
1,000,000 5th Grade Vocab. 1 5th Grade Vocab. 2 4th Grade Vocab. 3 4th Grade Vocab. 4 3rd Grade Vocab. 5 3rd Grade Vocab. 6 2nd Grade Vocab. 7 2nd Grade Vocab. 7 2nd Grade Vocab. 8 1st Grade Vocab. 9 1st Grade Vocab. 91st Grade Vocab. 10 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000
5th Grade Vocab. 1 Question / The phase of the moon when half of the Moon’s near side is sunlit is called _________________.
5th Grade Vocab. 1 Answer / quarter moon Return
5th Grade Vocab. 2 Question / Follwing a new moon, an increasing amount of the Moon’s near side is sunlit. This is called a _________________________.
5th Grade Vocab. 2 Answer / Waxing moon Return
4th Grade Vocab. 3 Question / What do you call the phase of the moon when the moon’s entire near side is sunlit?
4th Grade Vocab. 3 Answer / Full moon Return
4th Grade Vocab. 4 Question / What do you call the phase of the moon when the nearside of the moon is dark, and you cannot see it?
4th Grade Vocab. 4 Answer / New moon Return
3rd Grade Vocab. 5 Question / To move in a path around another object is called ___________
3rd Grade Vocab. 5 Answer / revolve Return
3rd Grade Vocab. 6 Question / An imaginary line through the center of an object is called ____________
3rd Grade Vocab. 6 Answer / axis
2nd Grade Vocab. 7 Question / Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter are all _______________.
2nd Grade Vocab. 7 Answer / Seasons Return
2nd Grade Vocab. 8 Question / What do you call a group of stars that forms a pattern, such as an animal, person, or object?
2nd Grade Vocab. 8 Answer / constellation Return
1st Grade Vocab. 9 Question / What do you call a ball of hot gases that gives off light and other forms of energy?
1st Grade Vocab. 9 Answer / star Return
1st Grade Vocab. 10 Question / What word means “to turn on an axis”?
1st Grade Vocab. 10 Answer / rotate Return
Million Dollar Question Vocabulary 11
1,000,000 Question / Describe what a waning moon is.
1,000,000 Answer / The phases of the Moon when a decreasing amount of the Moon’s near side is sunlit. Return
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