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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic.

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3 Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?

4 1,000,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic , , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

5 5th Grade Topic 1 Question / Put the following events in order: / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires. / Put the following events in order: / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires.

6 5th Grade Topic 1 Answer / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires. / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah. / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires. / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah.

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8 5th Grade Topic 2 Question / Which innovation used electricity to send news across the country?

9 5th Grade Topic 2 Answer / The telegraph

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11 4th Grade Topic 3 Question / Which of the following best describes a major challenge faced by the Union Pacific Railroad? / A. conflict with Native Americans / B. conflict with Chinese immigrants / C. competition among other railroad companies. / D. the steep slopes of the Sierra Nevada / Which of the following best describes a major challenge faced by the Union Pacific Railroad? / A. conflict with Native Americans / B. conflict with Chinese immigrants / C. competition among other railroad companies. / D. the steep slopes of the Sierra Nevada

12 4th Grade Topic 3 Answer / A. conflict with Native Americans

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14 4th Grade Topic 4 Question / Which group made up the largest part of the Central Pacific’s workforce?

15 4th Grade Topic 4 Answer / Chinese immigrants

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17 3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / Which innovation allowed people and goods to travel across the country in just a week?

18 3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer / The Transcontinental Railroad

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20 3rd Grade Topic 6 Question / What was the main purpose of the Homestead Act? / A. to bring an end to cattle drives / B. to encourage settlement on the Great Plains / C. to defeat the Native Americans / D. to provide a market for steel plows / What was the main purpose of the Homestead Act? / A. to bring an end to cattle drives / B. to encourage settlement on the Great Plains / C. to defeat the Native Americans / D. to provide a market for steel plows

21 3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer / To encourage settlement on the Great Plains

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23 2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / Which of the following was NOT one of the challenges typically faced by homesteaders / A. high cost of land / B. harsh weather / C. large amount of grasshoppers / D. thick sod / Which of the following was NOT one of the challenges typically faced by homesteaders / A. high cost of land / B. harsh weather / C. large amount of grasshoppers / D. thick sod

24 2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer / A. high cost of land

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26 2nd Grade Topic 8 Question / Why did many exodusters come to the great plains? / A. European immigrants forced them from their homes in the East. / B. They wanted to hunt buffalo. / C. They faced discrimination and lack of opportunity in the East. / D. They were seeking religious freedom. / Why did many exodusters come to the great plains? / A. European immigrants forced them from their homes in the East. / B. They wanted to hunt buffalo. / C. They faced discrimination and lack of opportunity in the East. / D. They were seeking religious freedom.

27 2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer / C. They faced discrimination and lack of opportunity in the East.

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29 1st Grade Topic 9 Question / Which of the following was NOT a way that technology helped pioneers turn the Great Plains into productive farmland? / A. Stronger steel plows were used on the thick grasses. / B. Windmills were used to pump water to the land’s surface. / C. Barbed wire was used to keep animals away from crops. / D. Sod was used as a building material to keep out bugs. / Which of the following was NOT a way that technology helped pioneers turn the Great Plains into productive farmland? / A. Stronger steel plows were used on the thick grasses. / B. Windmills were used to pump water to the land’s surface. / C. Barbed wire was used to keep animals away from crops. / D. Sod was used as a building material to keep out bugs.

30 1st Grade Topic 9 Answer / D. Sod was used as a building material to keep out bugs.

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32 1st Grade Topic 10 Question / Why were cattle drives profitable for Texas ranchers? / A. Cattle grew fatter as they traveled the trails. / B. People paid to watch the cattle drives. / C. Cattle could be sold for more money in the East. / D. Railroads paid ranchers to use their services. / Why were cattle drives profitable for Texas ranchers? / A. Cattle grew fatter as they traveled the trails. / B. People paid to watch the cattle drives. / C. Cattle could be sold for more money in the East. / D. Railroads paid ranchers to use their services.

33 1st Grade Topic 10 Answer / C. Cattle could be sold for more money in the East.

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35 Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11

36 1,000,000 Question / Put the following events in order: / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires. / Put the following events in order: / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires.

37 1,000,000 Answer / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires. / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah. / B. A new business called the Pony Express began delivering mail from Missouri to California in just 10 days. / D. Samuel Morse developed a method of sending messages along wires. / A. The first telegraph line across the country was completed. / C. The tracks of the Union Pacific and Central Pacific met at Promontory Point, Utah.

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