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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader?
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5th Grade Topic 1 Question / This is a word that can be a prefix or a suffix. It can be found at the beginning, end, or even in the middle of the root word.
5 th Grade Topic 1 Answer / affix
5th Grade Topic 2 Question / What word is known as an exaggeration?
5th Grade Topic 2 Answer / hyperbole
4th Grade Topic 3 Question / What word is used to describe how things are different?
4th Grade Topic 3 Answer / contrast
4th Grade Topic 4 Question / What word is known for having the same or nearly the same meaning as another (glad/ happy)?
4th Grade Topic 4 Answer / synonym
3rd Grade Topic 5 Question / What is the order in which something happens?
3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer / sequence, sequential order, or chronological order
3rd Grade Topic 6 Question / There are many words in the English language. Ball, bank, bat, wind, and state are words that have _____________.
3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer / Multiple meanings
2nd Grade Topic 7 Question / When you have a hard time with new vocabulary words, it is important that you use what?
2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer / Context clues
2nd Grade Topic 8 Question / True or False: Fiction is when stories can be proven real/ true.
2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer / False
1st Grade Topic 9 Question / What is the word that means “something added to the end of something else (as -ly in kindly)”?
1st Grade Topic 9 Answer / suffix
1st Grade Topic 10 Question / Where does the story take place?
1st Grade Topic 10 Answer / the setting
Million Dollar Question Grade Level Topic 11 Are you willing to risk it all?
1,000,000 Question / What is an example of second person?
1,000,000 Answer / you
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