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Communities in VA-diversity Grade 1 SOL 1.12 Created by; Kim Smith
Communities in Virginia include people of different race, customs, and traditions. 12345 A.True B.False 25
Most Virginians contribute to their communities and are united. 12345 A.False B.True 25
Communities are_______. 12345 A.Places were groups of people live. B.Place were one family lives. 25
Ethnic origins are_____. 12345 A.Races B.Churches 25
Customs means_______. 12345 A.How we do things according to beliefs B.A relative 25
Traditions mean____. 12345 A.Changing what we do B.Keeping the beliefs of our family 25
Americans are people from all around the world. 12345 A.False B.True 25
AMERICAN people contribute traditions and customs to our country. 12345 A.True B.False 25
American people celebrate holidays together mixing traditions from their cultures. 12345 A.False B.True 25
American people unite together by celebrating holidays and ________. 12345 A.Going on vacation. B.Pledging allegiance to the flag. 25
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Matter Grade 3 SOL 3.3 Created by; Kim Smith. Objects are made of one or ____ materials A.Two B.More C.Ten 25.
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