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Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.2.3

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How is a crepe different from a pancake?
  1. It is thinner.
  2. It is thicker.
  3. It is rounder.
  4. It is sweeter.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.2.1

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Why does the author think giraffes can't hide very well where they live?
  1. They are too brown.
  2. They are too loud.
  3. They are too tall.
  4. They are too slow.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.2.3

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How are a giraffe's spots like a human's fingerprints?
  1. Their pattern is different from other giraffes' spots.
  2. They are found on the giraffe's fingers.
  3. They can be used by police to identify a giraffe.
  4. Their color is similar to the color of fingerprints.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.2.3

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Why does the author compare the giraffe to a camel?
  1. to show how tall it is
  2. to describe where a giraffe lives
  3. to explain how much water a giraffe needs
  4. to share a distant cousin of a giraffe
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.3.3

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Which is NOT a way fingernails are like hair?
  1. They contain keratin.
  2. They grow from roots.
  3. They are different colors.
  4. They must be trimmed regularly.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.2.3
Grade 5 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RL.5.3

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What does the poet compare spring to?
  1. The birth of a baby
  2. A lamb's bleating
  3. The Garden of Eden
  4. A peaceful garden
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.3.3

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What was the biggest difference between the alphabet we use today and the alphabet the Greek used?
  1. The Greek alphabet didn't have vowels.
  2. The Greek alphabet didn't have the letter V.
  3. The Greek alphabet didn't have consonants.
  4. The Greek alphabet didn't have the letter X.
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.3.3

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Which sentence from the passage best explains why humans cannot currently run 40 miles per hour?
  1. By averaging his times from his fastest races, scientists figured out that Usain Bolt could run at a speed of around 23 miles per hour.
  2. Considering the average human can run about 8.5 miles per hour, that is really fast!
  3. A human's body weight, height, and muscle strength, all play a role in determining how fast someone can run.
  4. To reach 40 miles per hour, the runner and the conditions must be perfect.
Grade 2 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RL.2.3
Jan and Jill are very good friends. Jill has black hair and blue eyes. Jan has black hair and green eyes.

How is Jill different from Jan?
  1. They both have the same color of eyes.
  2. They are good friends.
  3. They both have black hair.
  4. Jill has blue eyes.
Grade 7 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RL.7.6

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What is the major difference between Mariko and Claudia's opinion?
  1. Mariko prefers movies to plays.
  2. Claudia thinks books are better than movies.
  3. Mariko believes live performances are more realistic.
  4. Claudia is very eager to attend the school's spring play.
Grade 3 Compare and Contrast CCSS: RI.3.5

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Why does the author include information about Usain Bolt?
  1. to compare the fastest human with how fast scientists think humans can run
  2. to show an example of a great Olympic runner
  3. to contrast the speed of humans with the speed of animals
  4. to highlight how impressive Usain Bolt's speed is
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