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Kindergarten – ELA

QUESTION: I can write my first and last name.

{Know How to Capitalize Names, First Word of a Sentence, and the Pronoun I | CCSS L.K.2}

          •   Capitalization: Name
          •   Capitalization: First words in a sentence

QUESTION: I can write my uppercase letters.

{Letters & Alphabet | CCSS L.K.1.A & RF.K.1.D}

          •   Capitalization: Name

QUESTION: I can name my lowercase letters shown above.

{Letters & Alphabet | CCSS L.K.1.A & RF.K.1.D }

          •  Upper Case Letters Lesson
          •  Lower Case Letters Lesson
          •  Letters Represent Sounds
          •  Order of Letters (uppercase)
          •  Order of Letters (lowercase)
          •  Beginning Sounds

QUESTION: What rhymes with cat?.

{Rhyming words | CCSS R.F.K.2.A}

          •  Rhyming Words: Picture Matching

QUESTION: What rhymes with bug?

{Rhyming words | CCSS R.F.K.2.A}

          •  Matching Words That Rhyme
          •  Circle the Words that Rhyme
          •  Various Rhyming Games

 

1st Grade – ELA

QUESTION: How many syllables are in the word “computer”?

{Understand the Concept of Syllables | CCSS RF.1.3.D}

          •   Syllables Worksheet
          •   Syllable Counting Worksheet
          •   Various Divide Syllables Worksheets
          •   Various Syllable Worksheets
          •   Various Syllable Worksheets & Activities
          •   Activity Idea for Tutors
          •   Clap the Syllables
          •   Syllable Games
          •   Separate the Consonants

QUESTION: What is the correct way to write the sentence below?

{Recognize parts of a sentence. Punctuation (Period, Question Mark, Exclamation Mark) | CCSS L.1.2.B & RF.1.1.A}

          •   End Punctuation
          •   What Goes at the End?
          •   Punctuation
          •   End Punctuation
          •   What is at the End?
          •   Punctuation Games

QUESTION: Choose the proper nouns that should be capitalized in the sentence.

{Proper & Common Nouns | CCSS L.1.2.A}

          •   Identify Nouns
          •   Various Noun Worksheets
          •   Noun Activity
          •   Various Noun Activities
          •   Common & Proper Noun
          •   Replace with Proper Nouns
          •   Common & Proper Noun
          •   Common & Proper Nouns Activity
          •   Common & Proper Nouns in Pictures

QUESTION: What is the story about?

{Know Key Details in a Text | CCSS RL.1.1, RL.1.2, & RL.1.3}

          •  Various Main Idea Worksheets

QUESTION: Where did Spot finally take a nap?

{Know Key Details in a Text | CCSS RL.1.1, RL.1.2, & RL.1.3}

          •  For Tutors: First grade instruction tips for reading
          •  A Happy Ending

 

2nd Grade – ELA

QUESTION: Find the word that has the same sound as the underlined letter in the word shown above.

{Distinguish Long and Short Vowels | CCSS RF.2.3.A}

          •   Various Vowel Worksheets
          •   Vowel Activities

QUESTION: What is the past tense of the verb sit?

{Irregular Verbs [Past Tense] | CCSS L.2.1.D}

          •   List of Common Irregular Verbs
          •   Irregular Verbs in Simple Past Tense
          •   Regular & Irregular Verbs
          •   Various Worksheets

QUESTION: Identify the adjective and the adverb in the sentence below.

{Adjectives & Adverbs | CCSS L.2.1.E}

          •   What’s the Adjective?
          •   What’s the Adverb?
          •   Various Adjective Worksheets
          •   Various Adverbs Worksheets
          •   Adjectives & Adverbs Worksheets

QUESTION: In the words “unhappy” and “unusual”, the “un-” means _____.

{Using Prefix & Suffix to Define a Word | CCSS L.2.4.B }

          •   Various Prefix Worksheets
          •   Roots, Prefixes, and Suffixes
          •   Suffixes
          •   Prefixes

QUESTION: Which sentence is written correctly?

{Capitalization: Holidays, Product Names, & Geographic Names | CCSS L.2.2.A}

          •   Capitalization
          •   Captain Capitalization!
          •   Scotty’s Castle

 

3rd Grade – ELA

QUESTION: Which word is the correct plural for the word “wolf”?

{Know About Irregular Plural Nouns | CCSS L.2.1.B}

            Irregular Plural Nouns Worksheets & Activities
            Even More Irregular Plural Nouns
            More on Plurals

QUESTION: Read the sentence below. Which of the following shows the correct tense for the verb in quotation marks?

{Form and Use Simple Verb Tenses | CCSS L.3.1.E}

            Learning About Verb Tenses
            Simple Present Tense
            Verb Tenses

QUESTION: In sentence 2, “hopping” should be spelled:

{Be Able to Ask and Answer Questions from a Text | CCSS RI.3.1 & RF.3.4}

         
  The Writing Folder (See Sections Prompts, Editing, and Helps)

QUESTION: After sentence 6, Amy should add a sentence that explains:

{Be Able to Ask and Answer Questions from a Text | CCSS RI.3.1 & RF.3.4}

          •   The Writing Folder (See Sections Prompts, Editing, and Helps)

QUESTION: Which of these is NOT a complete sentence?

{Be Able to Ask and Answer Questions from a Text | CCSS RI.3.1 & RF.3.4}

          •   The Writing Folder (See Sections Prompts, Editing, and Helps)

 

4th Grade – ELA

QUESTION: Which of these is a synonym for the word “harm”?

{Identifying Word Definition Using Synonym/Antonym Analogy | CCSS L.4.5.C}

          •   Synonyms
          •   Antonyms
          •   More Antonyms
          •   More Synonyms

QUESTION: Which word is NOT spelled correctly?

{Spell Grade Appropriate Words Correctly | CCSS L.4.2.D}

          •   Vocabulary
          •   The Vocab Game
          •   Spelling Bees
          •   Must Pop Words

QUESTION: Read the sentences. Which is the BEST way to combine the ideas in these sentences?

{Learning How to Use Commas to Separate Coordinate Adjective | CCSS L.4.2.C}

          •   See Comma Uses (Exercise 2)
          •   Introduction to Combining Sentences
          •   Using Commas With Coordinating Conjunctions

QUESTION: Read the sentence [in quotation marks directly below]. Pick the correct word to fill in the blank.

{Correctly Use Frequently Confused Words | CCSS L.4.1.G}

          •   Test Your Knowledge
          •   Commonly Confused Words
          •   Game
          •   Lie/Lay
          •   There, They’re, Their
          •   Its and It’s

QUESTION: In which sentence does the word SQUEEZE have the same meaning as the sentence in the box?

{Determine Meaning of Words through Sentence Context | CCSS RL.4.4}

          •   Secret Garden: Context Clues
          •   Context Clues Grid
          •   Determine the Meaning
          •   Context Clues and Meaning

 

5th Grade – ELA

QUESTION: Complete the sentence by putting the words EITHER and OR in the proper blanks.

{Understand How to Use Correlative Conjunctions [Either/Or, Neither/Nor] | CCSS L.5.1.E}

          •   Either/Or Neither/Nor
          •   Either, Neither

QUESTION: Read the sentence Which would would BEST connect the two independent clauses in this sentence?

{Understand Conjunctions | CCSS L.5.1.A}

          •   Conjunctions
          •   Practice Packet (See Pages 2, 4, 5, 6)
          •   Grammar Practice Book, Page 14 (Conjunctions)
          •   Subordinate or Coordinate Conjunctions

QUESTION: What is Elijah’s main problem in the story?

{Be Able to Read and Comprehend Grade Appropriate Texts | CCSS RL.5.10, RL.5.2, RL.5.4}

          •   Point of View

QUESTION: How does Elijah begin to solve his problem?

{Be Able to Read and Comprehend Grade Appropriate Texts | CCSS RL.5.10, RL.5.2, RL.5.4}

          •   Alice in Wonderland-Reading Comprehension Exercise

QUESTION: When the music box plays again, it is a symbol of:

{Be Able to Read and Comprehend Grade Appropriate Texts | CCSS RL.5.10, RL.5.2, RL.5.4}

          •   Casey at the Bat-Reading Comprehension Exercise
          •   The Fox and the Stork

 

6th Grade – ELA

QUESTION: Lauren told Valerie and (I, me) that she’s going to the market.

{Possessive, Subject, Object, Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns | CCSS L.6.1.A & L.6.1.B}

            Possessive Pronouns

QUESTION: After getting into a terrible argument (she, her) and (he, him) finally reconciled.

{Possessive, Subject, Object, Reflexive and Intensive Pronouns | CCSS L.6.1.A & L.6.1.B}

          •   More Possessive Pronouns
            Pronoun Packet
            Pronoun Agreement
            Subject and Object Pronoun
            Pronouns and Antecedents

QUESTION: What is the best way to re-write the following sentence?

{Colons and Semicolons | CCSS L.6.2.A}

          •   Colon
            Semicolon
            Colon and Semicolon

QUESTION: What does the word “elaborate” mean in the sentence below?

{Determine Meaning of a Word Meaning through Sentence Context | CCSS L.6.4.A & R.I.6.4}

          •   Synonyms and Word Meaning
            What Does the Word Mean?
            Context Clues and Word Meaning
          •   Context Clues: Contrast Clues
            Context Clues: Synonym

QUESTION: “optimism” is made up of the prefix opti-, which means best, and the suffix -ism, which means belief or attitude.
From this information, what does optimism mean?

          {Determine Meaning of a Word Using Knowledge of Commonly Used Prefixes & Suffixes | CCSS L.6.4.B}

          •   Lesson Plan-Read, Write, Think
            Prefix and Suffix Activities

 

7th Grade – ELA

QUESTION: Which sentence has a dangling modifier?

{Know About Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers | CCSS L.7.1.C}

          •   Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers
          •   Practice Your Modifiers
          •   Correcting Dangling Modifiers
          •   Dangling Modifier Game

QUESTION: Why are the words “drop” and “cover” capitalized? Choose the best answer below.

{Determine Meaning of Words through Sentence Context) | CCSS R.I.7.4 & R.I.7.9}

          •   Denotation & Connotation

QUESTION: Why are there quotation marks around the word, “feel”
and the phrase, “listen to”? Choose the best answer.

          {Know How to Closely Read Text (Determine Meaning of Words through Sentence Context) | CCSS R.I.7.4 & R.I.7.9}

          •   Close Reading of Literary Texts
          •   Sonic Patterns & Poetry
          •   Reading Seamus Heaney
          •   Various Worksheets

QUESTION: In what ways are the articles similar? Choose the best answer below.

{Comparing and Contrasting Informational Texts | CCSS R.I.7.7}

          •   Old vs. New
          •   Various Activities

QUESTION: In what ways are the articles different? Choose the best answer below.

{Know How to Closely Read Text (Determine Meaning of Words through Sentence Context) | CCSS R.I.7.4 & R.I.7.9}

          •   Old vs. New
          •   Various Activities

 


Kindergarten – Math

QUESTION: I can count to 100.

{Count & Write 1-100 | CCSS K.CC.A.1 & K.CC.A.3}

          •   Number Chart

QUESTION: I can write my numbers 1-20.

{Count & Write 1-100 | CCSS K.CC.A.1 & K.CC.A.3}

          •   Number Worksheets (1-100)
          •   Various Activities: Counting & Cardinality-Pinterest
          •   Missing Numbers (Worksheet #1)
          •   Missing Numbers (Worksheet #2)
          •   Missing Numbers (Blank Worksheet)

QUESTION: What’s the name of the shape shown below?

{Identifying Shapes | CCSS K.G.A.2}

          •   Trace the Numbers and Draw the Shapes
          •   Shape Checklist
          •   Shape Bingo
          •   Color the Shapes
          •   Trace & Draw the Shapes

QUESTION: Are there more hearts or stars in the picture shown below?

{Understand the Concept of Inequality through Objects | CCSS K.CC.C.6}

          •   Various Worksheets

QUESTION: Look at the picture below. If you add 5 more circles in this picture, how many circles will there be altogether?

{Represent Addition & Subtraction through Objects| CCSS K.O.A.A.1}

          •   Count & Compare
          •   Comparing Numbers

 

1st Grade – Math

QUESTION: Catherine is counting books at the library. She has just counted the 38th book. What numbers will Catherine say for the next 5 books?

{Patterns & Sequences [Recognize & Continue Simple Sequences] | CCSS 1.NBT.A.1}

          •   Counting Patterns Worksheets
          •   Number Sequence Game

QUESTION: Compare the numbers 18 ___ 20 by using the correct symbol: <, >, =.

{Comparing Multi-Digit Numbers | CCSS 1.NBT.3}

          •   Larger & Smaller Numbers
          •   Ice Cream Numbers
          •   Comparing Numbers
          •   Various Comparing Activities

QUESTION: 10 birds were sitting on a fence. 4 birds flew away. How many birds are sitting on the fence now?

{Word Problem [Addition & Subtraction] | CCSS 1.OA.A.1 & 1.OA.C.6}

          •   Various Worksheets
          •   Addition & Subtraction Word Problems (Level 1)
          •   Addition & Subtraction Word Problems (Level 2)
          •   Writing Addition & Subtraction Sentences

QUESTION: What is the best equation to use to solve the problem from the word problem above (question 8)?

{Can Write Addition & Subtraction Equations | CCSS 1.OA.A.1 & 1.OA.C.6}

          •   Various Write an Equation Worksheets
          •   Various Activities (Missing Numbers Game)

QUESTION: What time is it on the clock shown below?

{Tell & Write Time | CCSS 1.MD.B.3}

          •   Various Time Worksheets
          •   Tell Time with a Labeled Clock
          •   Tell Time without Labels

 

2nd Grade – Math

QUESTION: A number has nine ones, six tens, and eight hundreds. What is the number?

{Numeric, Standard, and Expanded Form | CCSS 2.NBT.A.1}

          •   Write in Expanded Form
          •   Word to Numeric
          •   Numeric to Word

QUESTION: Ian was skip-counting the books by 5s. He already counted 185 books.
As he continues to skip-count by 5s, what are the next five numbers he will count?

          {Count within 1,000; Skip Count by 5s, 10s, and 100s | CCSS 2.NBT.2 }

          •   Skip Counting by 5s
          •   Skip Counting by 10s
          •   Skip Counting by 100s
          •   Count by 5s
          •   Skip Counting Worksheets

QUESTION: Tom has four quarters, two dimes, and one nickel. How much money does he have?

{Solve Word Problems Involving Money | CCSS 2.MD.C.8}

          •   Smart
          •   Clean-Up the Money
          •   More Coins
          •   Matching Coins
          •   Draw the Amount
          •   Write the Amount

QUESTION: Movie started at eleven o’clock A.M. and lasted three hours. At what time did the movie end?

{Tell Time | CCSS 2.MD.7}

          •   Time Worksheets
          •   Time Word Problem
          •   Match the Times
          •   Write the Time

QUESTION: Look at the graph below. How many fish did Henry and Kristen catch in all together?

{Add & Subtract Within 1,000 | CCSS 2.NBT.B.7}

          •   Adding Three-Digit numbers
          •   Subtracting within 1000
          •   Three-Digit Addition
          •   Three-Digit Subtraction

 

3rd Grade – Math

QUESTION: What is 1413 rounded to the nearest hundred?

{Rounding Numbers to the Nearest Ten or Hundred | CCSS 3.NBT.1}

          •   Round to the Nearest 10 or 100
          •   Rounding Worksheets
          •   Rounding On a Number Line

QUESTION: What is the answer to the subtraction question below? (902-273)

{Fluently Add and Subtract within 1000 | CCSS 3.NBT.2}

          •   Addition Within 1000
          •   Subtraction Within 1000
          •   Addition & Subtraction Within 1000

QUESTION: A company has 6 big trucks. Each truck has 18 wheels. How many wheels is this in all?

{Know How to Multiply and Divide | CCSS 3.OA.A.3}

          •   Multiplying by 5s
          •   Dividing by 5s
          •   Multiplication Packet
          •   Applying Division
          •   Applying Multiplication & Division

QUESTION: Tim has made rows of apples (shown below). Write a number sentence be used to find the total number of apples.

{Understand Basic Concepts of Multiplication | CCSS 3.OA.A.1}

          •   Meaning of Multiplication Activity
          •   Multiplying One-Digit Number
          •   Beginning Multiplication

QUESTION: Look at the number pattern below. What number comes next in this pattern?

{Identify Arithmetic Patterns | CCSS 3.OA.D.9}

          •   Math Patterns

 

4th Grade – Math

QUESTION: Select the best answer: Which of these is the number 5,005,014?

{Know How to Read and Write Multi-Digit Numbers | CCSS 4.NBT.A.2}

          •   Writing Numbers

QUESTION: What number is 38,708 rounded to the nearest thousand?

{Use Place Value to Rounding Multi-Digits | CCSS 4.NBT.A.3}

          •   Rounding and Place Value
          •   Rounding Whole Numbers
          •   Rounding Worksheet 1
          •   Rounding Worksheet 2

QUESTION: 2489 + 1678 = _____

{Fluently Add Multi-Digits | CCSS 4.NBT}

          •   Addition – Worksheet 1
          •   Addition – Worksheet 2
          •   Subtraction – Worksheet 1
          •   Subtraction – Worksheet 2

QUESTION: On Thursday Chris drove 167 miles, on Friday he drove 68 miles, and on Saturday he drove 73 miles.
Approximately how many miles did Chris drive in the three days?

          {Multiply or Divide to Solve Word Problems. Solve Two Step Word Problems | CCSS 4.OA.2 & 4.OA.A.3}

          •   Khan Academy-1

QUESTION: A club’s 1st meeting was attended by 28 people. There were 4 times fewer people in the 2nd meeting than the 1st.
How many people attended the 2nd meeting?

          {Multiply or Divide to Solve Word Problems. Solve Two Step Word Problems | CCSS 4.OA.2 & 4.OA.A.3}

          •   Multiplication Word Problems
          •   Division Word Problems
          •   Multiplication & Division Word Problems
          •   Mixed Practice Word Problem
          •   Age Problems

 

5th Grade – Math

QUESTION: What is 6050.287 rounded to the nearest tenth?

{Rounding Decimal Numbers | CCSS 5.NBT.A.4}

          •   Khan Academy-Rounding Decimals-1
          •   Khan Academy-Rounding Decimals-2
          •   Rounding Decimals Worksheets

QUESTION: At a school, there are 704 desks to place into 22 classrooms.
If the same number of desks is placed in each classroom, how many desks will be in each room?

          {Understand Relationship and Distinguish between Multiplication and Division | CCSS 5.NBT.6}

          •   Word Problem Exercise
          •   Multiplication & Division Word Problems

QUESTION: Write an expression that represents the product of n and 25.

{Know How to Write Simple Expressions | CCSS 5.OA.A.2}

          •   Constructing Expressions
          •   Choose the Correct Expression
          •   What’s the Right Algebraic Expression?

QUESTION: What value for z makes this equation true? 8X37= (8X30) + (8Xz)

{Know How to Evaluate Expressions with Parenthesis | CCSS 5.OA.A.1}

          •   Solving with Parenthesis

QUESTION: If s=4, what is the value of s(9-4)?

{Know How to Evaluate Expressions with Parenthesis | CCSS 5.OA.A.1}

          •   Introduction to Algebra
          •   Solving for Equations-Interactive Video
          •   Variables, Expressions, and Equations-Interactive Video
          •   Solve for the Variable
          •   Solve the Equation

 

6th Grade – Math

QUESTION: What shape(s) will you see on the coordinate plane after plotting the following vertices: (1,2); (-1,2); (1,-2), (-1,-2)?

{Plot Points and Draw Shapes on a Quadratic Plane | CCSS 6.G.A.3, 6.NS.C.6, 6.NS.C.6.C}

          •   Plot the Points
          •   Finding the Coordinates & Quadrant
          •   Shapes on a Coordinate Plane
          •   Plot Points & Polygon Classification

QUESTION: 25 x 30 = ____

{Multiplying Multi Digits | CCSS 6.NS.B.3}

          •   Multiplying Decimals Activity
          •   Sharpen Your Skills
          •   Multiplying Decimals Worksheet

QUESTION: Solve the equation below. (1/2)-(1/6)=___

{Adding & Subtracting Multi-Digit Decimals & Fractions | CCSS 6.NS.B.3}

          •   Adding and Subtracting Decimals
          •   Adding and Subtracting Fractions

QUESTION: Solve the equation below for x.

{Order of Operations | CCSS 6.EE.A.3}

          •   PEMDAS (Easy)
          •   PEMDAS (Medium)
          •   PEMDAS (Hard)

QUESTION: What is the greatest common factor (GCF) and least common multiple (LCM) of 5 and 10?

{Identifying Greatest Common Factor and Least Common Multiple | CCSS 6.NS.B.4}

          •   Least Common Multiple Activity
          •   Greatest Common Factor Activity
          •   GCF & LCM Word Problems
          •   GCF & LCM Activities

 

7th Grade – Math

QUESTION: Use the number line to solve the equation: -5 – 3 = ___

{Know How to Add & Subtract Numbers with Different Sign | CCSS 7.NS.A.1.B}

          •   Use the Number Line to Add & Subtract

QUESTION: Solve the equation below.

{Know How to Multiply and Divide Fractions | CCSS 7.NS.A.2}

            Multiplying Positive & Negative Fractions
            Dividing Fractions
            All About Multiplying Fractions
            Dividing Fractions Worksheet

QUESTION: JOE IS 188CM TALL. AFTER BEING EXPOSED TO AN ELECTROMAGNETIC SHRINKING MACHINE, JOE SHRANK A TOTAL OF 60 CENTIMETERS OVER 1.5 SECONDS. HIS HEIGHT DECREASED BY THE SAME AMOUNT EACH SECOND. JOE WANTS TO FIGURE OUT HOW MUCH HIS HEIGHT CHANGED EACH SECOND. WRITE AN EXPRESSION TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM ABOVE USING L TO REPRESENT LENGTH, T TO REPRESENT TIME, AND R TO REPRESENT THE RATE HIS HEIGHT SHRINKS.

          {Write Expressions to Solve a Problem | CCSS 7.EE.B.4}

            Writing Algebraic Expressions

QUESTION: Using the expression you created, solve the equation to find out how much Joe’s height changed each second.

{Write Expressions to Solve a Problem | CCSS 7.EE.B.4}

          •   Interactive Sample-Khan Academy
            Writing Expressions and Equations
            Simplify Products or Quotients of Single Variable Expressions

QUESTION: 2x + 3x = ____.

{Identifying & Interpreting Linear Expressions | CCSS 7.EE.A.1}

            Khan Academy Activity
            Khan Academy Exercise
            Interactive Sample 
            Practice Sheets


 

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