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C. Northern and Western B. Southern and Eastern A. Northern and Eastern D. Southern and Western Virginia is located in which two hemispheres -
Back to Board C. Northern and Western
C. 16 A. 8 28 D. 7 32 divided by 4 =
Back to Board A. 8
A. predicate C. action word B. subject B. subject D. conjunction April went to Colorado. In this sentence April is the -
Back to Board B. Subject
A. free C. fry B. true D. trade Which word rhymes with tree?
Back to Board A. free
A. the Earths Revolution. C. The sun turning into the moon D. Phases of the moon B. the Earths rotation Day and night are caused by -
Back to Board B. The Earths rotation.
A. 1492 C. 1513 B. 1996 D. 508 What year did Ponce de Leon sail -
Back to Board C. 1513
A. tens B. ones C. thousands D. hundreds In the number 4,896 the number 4 is in which position?
Back to Board C. thousands
A. condensation C. precipitation C. precipitation B. evaporation D. migration D. migration What is snow an example of?
Back to Board C. precipitation
A. the Redskins A. the Redskins C. the Redskins. C. the Redskins. Lou cheered for the redskins. In this sentence the redskins. should be written - D. as it is D. as it is B. The Redskins. B. The Redskins.
Back to Board C. the Redskins.
Which word is a compound word? A.their C. mom B. cant D. sometimes
Back to Board D. sometimes
A. 56 Which number is a multiple of 7? C. 32 B. 54 D. 36
Back to Board A. 56
B. George Washington B. George Washington Carver This person discovered many uses for peanuts - A. Thurgood Marshall A. Thurgood Marshall C. Rosa Parks D. Martin Luther King Jr.
Back to Board B. George Washington Carver
C. pulley C. pulley Which simple machine helps raise a flag up a flagpole? A. lever B. inclined plane B. inclined plane D. wedge
Back to Board C. pulley
C. as it is. Sally marched in the parade. In this sentence the best way to write in the parade. is - A. In the Parade. D. in the parade! B. in the Parade?
Back to Board C. As it is
C. Find the meaning C. Find the meaning of words. What does a dictionary help you do? A. Learn a story A. Learn a story D. all of the above B. Find out about peoples lives
Back to Board C. Find the meaning of words
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