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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Physical Education Questions

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Grade 6 Fitness
The ability to do activities for more than a few minutes is
  1. Flexibility
  2. Endurance
  3. Agility
  4. Body Composition
Grade 6 Basketball
Which exercise is most likely to help you jump higher in basketball?
  1. Body Squats
  2. Push-ups
  3. Curl-ups
  4. Long distance running
Grade 6 Fitness
What is the advantage to exercise?
  1. Improved quality of life
  2. Decrease chronic disease
  3. Stress relief
  4. All of the above
Grade 6 Football
The length of a football field is?
  1. 75 yards
  2. 90 yards
  3. 100 yards
  4. 150 yards
Grade 6 Basketball History
Why were backboards first introduced?
  1. It made a shot easier.
  2. Spectators interfered with the shots.
  3. It made it look cooler.
  4. It was too hard to make a basket without one.
Grade 6 Volleyball
Which answer is NOT a basic violation in volleyball?
  1. Stepping on or over the line on a serve.
  2. Reaching under the net and crossing the line.
  3. Hitting the ball twice in a row.
  4. Serving the ball over the net.
Grade 6 Fitness
Grade 6 Baseball
What outfielder is located behind first base?
  1. right field
  2. center field
  3. left field
  4. short shop
Grade 6 Diet and Nutrition
If a person has weak and malformed bone what should they eat?
  1. chicken and yam
  2. chicken and potatoes
  3. tomato and pumpkin
  4. fish and egg yolk
Grade 6 Diet and Nutrition
Grade 6 Flag Football
Grade 6 Volleyball

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Grade 6 Diet and Nutrition
Preserving:
  1. Making food last longer
  2. Increasing the nutritional value food
  3. Making food edible
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