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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?
1,000,000 5th Grade Beyond the Appalachians1 5th Grade Beyond the Appalachians2 4th Grade Louisiana Purchase 3 4th Grade Louisiana Purchase 4 3rd Grade Spelling 5 3rd Grade Spelling 6 2nd Grade Vocabulary 7 2nd Grade Vocabulary 8 1st Grade Geography 9 1st Grade Geography 10 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000
5th Grade Beyond the Appalachians 1 Question / Why did pioneers leave the East to settle on the plains?
5th Grade Beyond the Appalachians 1 Answer / Good soil for farming / Cheap land / More room / Good soil for farming / Cheap land / More room
5th Grade Beyond the Appalachians 2 Question / What was the shortcut over the Appalachian Mountains?
5th Grade Beyond the Appalachians 2 Answer / Cumberland Gap
4th Grade Louisiana Purchase 3 Question / Why did Napoleon want to sell the Louisiana Territory?
4th Grade Louisiana Purchase 3 Answer / To have money for his war against Great Britain
4th Grade Louisiana Purchase 4 Question / Why did Thomas Jefferson want to buy New Orleans?
4th Grade Louisiana Purchase 4 Answer / To have a United States port
3rd Grade Spelling 5 Question / Spell the last name of the person who was a scientist, writer, and planner of the District of Columbia who continued L’Enfant’s work.
3rd Grade Spelling 5 Answer / Banneker
3rd Grade Spelling 6 Question / Spell the name of the woman who was a Shoshone translator and guide for the Lewis and Clark expedition.
3rd Grade Spelling 6 Answer / Sacagawea
2nd Grade Vocabulary 7 Question / A person who creates a path and leads a settlement.
2nd Grade Vocabulary 7 Answer / pioneer
2nd Grade Vocabulary 8 Question / French emperor who sold the Louisiana Territory to the United States.
2nd Grade Vocabulary 8 Answer / Napoleon Bonaparte
1st Grade Geography 9 Question / What are the borders of the Louisiana Purchase
1st Grade Geography 9 Answer / Mississippi River to the Rocky Mountains and Gulf of Mexico to Canada.
1st Grade Geography 10 Question / What river did Lewis and Clark use for most of their journey?
1st Grade Geography 10 Answer / Missouri River
Million Dollar Question Topic 11 Louisiana Purchase
1,000,000 Question / What is the name of the Lewis and Clark expedition?
1,000,000 Answer / Corps of Discovery
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