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2 Baseball Challenge! 5 th Grade Social Studies Test Practice

3 Today’s Game is pitched by Mrs. Leigh Daley 5 th Grade Social Studies Test Practice

4 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Batter Up! Home Single Visitor Single DoubleTripleHomer

5 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #1 – Which industry depended most on slave labor? *tobacco farming* *coal mining*

6 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #2 – The fishing industry would be important in which region of Virginia? *coastal plain* *ridge and valley*

7 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #3 – Which of these was a result of the French and Indian War? *Parliament decided that the colonists would pay for part of the war cost* *The fur trade stopped*

8 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #4 – Who was the author of the Declaration of Independence? *Thomas Jefferson* *Patrick Henry*

9 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #5 – Which is true about indentured servants? *They worked for their masters long enough to pay for their passage to America* *They were mostly criminals and remained the property of their masters*

10 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #6 – This battle was the turning point in the Revolutionary War? *Battle of Saratoga* *Battle of San Juan Hill*

11 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #7 – The Magna Carta was part of English law and gave rights to whom? *Englishmen* *The King*

12 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #8 – The Legislative Branch of the government does what? *makes the laws* *decided if laws are fair*

13 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #9 – The Legislative Branch consists of whom? *The House of Representatives and The Senate* *The Supreme Court and Executive Leaders*

14 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #10 – The Louisiana Purchase did what? *doubled the size of the United States* *Gave the land back to the Native Americans*

15 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #11 – The Judicial Branch of the Government does what? *Decides if laws are fair* *carries out the laws*

16 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #12 – The Judicial Branch consists of whom? *The Court systems* *The Senate and House of Representatives*

17 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #13 – The Executive Branch of the government consists of whom? *The President, Vice President and Cabinet Members* *The Supreme Court and Federal Court system*

18 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #14 – The Executive Branch of the government does what? *Carries out the laws* *Decides if the laws are fair*

19 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Home Single #15 – Which describes the Southern states before the Civil War? *They were primarily a farming region and believed in States’ Rights* *They were a manufacturing region with large towns and cities*

20 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #1 – Textiles are…? *fabrics made by knitting or weaving* parts of buildings*

21 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #2 – Economy is the use of resources, money and ________ to meet peoples' wants and needs.? *goods* *computers*

22 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #3 – Agriculture is ______________. *farming* *the study of animals*

23 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #4 – What is Tennessee’s state bird? *mockingbird* *bluebird*

24 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #5 – What is Tennessee’s state flower? *Iris* *rose*

25 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #6 – Which state does NOT border Tennessee? *West Virginia* *Georgia*

26 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #7 – What is Tennessee’s Nickname? *The Volunteer State* *Tennessee looks good to me!*

27 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #8 – Who was Tennessee’s very first congressman? *Andrew Jackson* *Andrew Johnson*

28 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #9 – Who was the first governor of Tennessee? *John Sevier* *Andrew Jackson*

29 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #10 – In June of 1861, what did Tennessee join? *The Confederacy* *The Union*

30 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #11 – What Tennessee General said that he would only accept “Unconditional Surrender? *Ulysses S. Grant* *Robert E. Lee*

31 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #12 – What US President from Tennessee was the first President to ever be impeached? *Andrew Johnson* *Bill Clinton*

32 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #13 – What citrus soft drink that was invented in Tennessee derived its name from moonshine? *Mountain Dew* *Sprite*

33 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #14 – What is the current capital of Tennessee? *Nashville* *Knoxville*

34 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Visitor Single #15 – People who wanted to end slavery were called? *abolitionists* *carpet baggers*

35 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Fly Ball! It’s Caught! You’re Out! Next Batter!

36 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Hit! Base Run Single! Next Batter!

37 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #1 – Abraham Lincoln wanted to end? *slavery* *equal rights*

38 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #2 – The capital of the Confederacy was? *Richmond* *Washington DC*

39 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #3 – The Underground Railroad helped slaves escape by? *hiding them on their way north* supplying them with weapons*

40 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #4 – Robert E. Lee surrendered to Grant at _____________in Virginia? *Appomattox* *Yorktown*

41 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #5 – Who was the father of the Constitution? *James Madison* *Thomas Jefferson*

42 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #6 – This lists the basic rights granted to all Americans by the U.S. Constitution? *The Bill of Rights* *The Articles of Confederation*

43 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #7 – Our Nation’s first Constitution was called? *The Articles of Confederation* *The Mayflower Compact*

44 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #8 – Who was the Commander in Chief of the Continental Army? *George Washington* *Benjamin Franklin*

45 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #9 – The first Capital of Tennessee was? *Knoxville* *Chattanooga*

46 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #10 – Another city that was once capital of Tennessee was? *Kingston* *Atlanta*

47 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #11 –Who was an abolitionist who led an attack on Harper's Ferry? *John Brown* *Paul Revere*

48 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #12 – Who won the Presidential election of 1860? *Abraham Lincoln* *George Washington*

49 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #13 – What was the first state to secede from the Union? *South Carolina* *Tennessee*

50 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #14 – Which Confederate state was the first to rejoin the Union? *Tennessee* *South Carolina*

51 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Double #15 – What city lies in the very center of Tennessee? *Murfreesboro* *Knoxville*

52 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Pop Up Center Field! It’s Caught! Two Outs! Next Batter!

53 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Hit! Base Run Double! Next Batter!

54 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #1 – The rights that all Americans should have are? *Civil Rights* *The Bill of Rights*

55 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #2 – This amendment guarantees freedom of speech? *1st* *5th*

56 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #3 – This amendment protects you from incriminating yourself? *5th* *1st*

57 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #4 – This amendment guarantees you a trial by your peers? *7th* *5th*

58 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #5 – This amendment gives you the right to own a gun? *2nd* *1st*

59 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #6 – This amendment guarantees freedom of religion? *1st* *2nd*

60 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #7 – The introduction to the Constitution is called the? *Preamble* *Bill of Rights*

61 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #8 – This document was a letter addressed to the King of England stating that the colonies wanted to be free? *The Declaration of Independence* *The Constitution*

62 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #9 – Which of the following is an example of economic independence? *people growing their own food* *importing goods from other countries*

63 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #10 – Which of the following contributed to the Stock Market crash of 1929? *banks buying and selling bank stocks* *people investing in the stock market*

64 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #11 – During the Great Depression…? *many people lost their jobs* *many people had jobs*

65 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #12 – Hoovervilles were during which time period? *The Great Depression* *World War I*

66 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #13 – What war did the bombing of Pearl Harbor get American involved in? *World War II* *World War I*

67 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #14 – Which port did most immigrants from Europe come through? *Ellis Island* *Angel Island*

68 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Triple #15 – Someone who buys stock in a company is? *an investor* *a consumer*

69 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Ground Ball! Thrown to Base! Two Outs! Next Batter!

70 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs It’s a Triple Base Hit! Next Batter!

71 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #1 – Someone who buys goods is a? *consumer* *producer*

72 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #2 – How can a bill that passed in Congress NOT become a law? *the President vetoes it* *the states veto it*

73 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #3 – Ghost towns were formed when? *mines ran out of gold and silver* *Native Americans attacked the settlers*

74 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #4 – The vertical lines on a map are called? *longitude* *latitude*

75 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #5 – Why is democracy referred to as self- government? *people elect representatives to make decisions for them* *the government runs itself*

76 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #6 – Why did President Hoover drop atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki? *to save the lives of American soldiers by ending the war* *as revenge for Pearl Harbor and to win votes in the election*

77 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #7 – What is economics? *The study of the production and distribution of goods and services* *The study of past events and the impact they’ve had on people*

78 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #8 – The 15 th amendment, which was passed after the Civil War, gave the right to vote to whom? *black americans* *women*

79 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #9 – The 19 th amendment granted the right to vote to whom? *women* *non citizens*

80 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #10 – The government can NEVER take your rights way. *false* *true*

81 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #11 – Because of our system of checks and balances, Congress can override which of the following? *a Presidential veto* *a Supreme Court decision*

82 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #12 – What was the cause of the Korean War? *North Korea attacked South Korea to spread communism* *South Korea attacked North Korea to stop communism*

83 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #13 – Which of the following did the Cold War involve? *an arms race* *a battle in Germany*

84 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #14 – Why was there fighting in Vietnam? *North Vietnam wanted to make South Vietnam communist* *North Vietnam wanted to make South Vietnam a colony*

85 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Homer #15 – Which was first used for warfare during World War II? *the airplane* *poison gas*

86 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Fly Ball! It’s Caught! Three Outs! Next Batter!

87 Visitor Home Inning Total Home First Third Second Outs Out of the Ball Park! Home Run! Next Batter!

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