Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? - Part 2!

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Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? - Part 2!

1st Grade:

  1. If you cut a quarter into thirds, how many pieces would you have?

  2. The Statue of Liberty was a gift from where?

  3. Who invented the lightbulb?

  4. What is a person, place, or thing?

  5. A caterpillar changes and turns into what?

1st Grade Answers: 1. 3.   2. France   3. Thomas Edison   4. Noun   5. A butterfly

2nd Grade:

  1. Which is bigger: 285 or 200 + 30 – 5 + 60?

  2. Who fought in the Revolutionary War?

  3. Which war was fought between the North and South regions of the United States?

  4. What are the five interrogative, or “question” words?

  5. The ocean is made of what kind of water?

2nd Grade Answers: 1. They're equal   2. Americans and the Brits   3. The Civil War   4. Who, What, When, Where, and Why   5. Salt water

3rd Grade:

  1. How many grams are in one thousand kilograms?

  2. The Emancipation Proclamation did what?

  3. The main series of events in a story is called what?

  4. Which resource covers most of the Earth’s surface?

  5. What’s the capital of Florida?

3rd Grade Answers: 1. 1 million   2. Freed slaves   3. A plot   4. Water   5. Tallahassee

4th Grade:

  1. 91x2

  2. If a train leaves the station and travels at 60 miles per hour, how much time will have passed when it arrives at a station 300 miles away?

  3. Who paid for Christopher Columbus’ explorations?

  4. Name 2 of Columbus’ 3 ships.

  5. What is the main character in a story called?

4th Grade Answers: 1. 182   2. 5 hours or 300 minutes   3. The Spanish Royals   4. Nina, Pinta, Santa Maria   5. Protagonist

5th Grade:

  1. Who is the creator of the classic book characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn?

  2. Which tool is used to estimate the likelihood of certain genetic outcomes?

  3. In what decade did Hong Kong revert to China from British rule?

  4. Who founded the Red Cross?

  5. If a football field is 100 yards long, how many feet long is the football field?

5th Grade Answers: 1. Mark Twain   2. Punnett square   3. The 1990's, Specifically 1997   4. Clara Barton   5. 300 ft. 



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