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Are You Smarter Than a 3rd Grader?
1,000,000 3rd Grade Topic 1 3rd Grade Topic 2 Grade Topic 2 3rd Grade Topic 3 Grade Topic 3 3rd Grade Topic 3 Grade Topic 3 3 rd Grade Topic 4 2nd Grade Topic 5 2nd Grade Topic 6 1st Grade Topic 7 1st Grade Topic 8 K Grade Topic 9 K Grade Topic , , , ,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000
3rd Grade Topic 1 Question / What does a bee do when it lands on the center of a flower and then goes to the center of another flower?
3rd Grade Topic 1 Answer Return It pollinates the flower.
3rd Grade Topic 2 Question / How do leaves help plants?
3rd Grade Topic 2 Answer / They help make food through photosynthesis. Return
3rd Grade Topic 3 Question / When an animal or person picks up parts of a plant and drops them in another place, what are they doing?
3rd Grade Topic 3 Answer / They are helping to spread the seeds around. Return
3rd Grade Topic 4 Question / What part of a cactus helps it from losing too much water?
3rd Grade Topic 4 Answer / thick, waxy stems Return
2nd Grade Topic 5 Question / In which part of a plant can you find tubes that help nutrients move from the roots to the leaves?
2nd Grade Topic 5 Answer / the stem Return
2nd Grade Topic 6 Question / What is it called when a seed starts to grow into a new plant?
2nd Grade Topic 6 Answer Return / germinating
1st Grade Topic 7 Question / What kind of tree grows cones?
1st Grade Topic 7 Answer / coniferous Return
1st Grade Topic 8 Question / What is the type of root that is long and thin and scatters in all directions?
1st Grade Topic 8 Answer / fibrous Return
K Grade Topic 9 Question / A carrot is an example of what type of root?
K Grade Topic 9 Answer / taproot Return
K Grade Topic 10 Question / A gas that is absorbed by most plants
K Grade Topic 10 Answer / carbon dioxide Return
Million Dollar Question What are the three things that leaves need to make food for a plant?
1,000,000 Answer / Energy from the sun, carbon dioxide and water Return
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