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Grade 1 Supporting Details
Ram is a dog. He is black. He can run fast.

What is Ram?
  1. dog
  2. cat
  3. sheep
  4. yak
Grade 1 Supporting Details
Pat has a cat. The cat is fat. The fat cat sat on the mat.

What did the cat sit on?
  1. fat
  2. rug
  3. mat
  4. cat
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RL.1.3
What is NOT something they do while making butter?
  1. Pat
  2. Churn
  3. Press
  4. Pour
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1

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What is something people do in the spring?
  1. plant a garden
  2. climb a tree
  3. watch TV
  4. eat watermelon
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1

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What happens to plants in the spring?
  1. They start to die.
  2. They start to grow.
Grade 1 Supporting Details
Where we live, the weather is always changing. In the fall, the weather can be cool and crisp. In the winter, it is cold and biting. In spring, the weather starts to get warmer and it is very wet. In the summer, the weather is hot and humid.

What detail could the author use to support the description of winter weather?
  1. The temperature can get close to 100 degrees.
  2. It is very windy.
  3. The temperature is often below freezing.
  4. Rain helps the flowers bloom.
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1

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What is the weather like in the spring?
  1. It is rainy.
  2. It is sunny.
  3. It is cloudy.
  4. Both a and b
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.1.8
Where we live, the weather is always changing. In the fall, the weather can be cool and crisp. In the winter, it is cold and biting. In spring, the weather starts to get warmer and it is very wet. In the summer, the weather is hot and humid.

What detail could the author use to support that spring is wet?
  1. The sun is always out.
  2. It rains a lot.
  3. The snow falls quickly.
  4. Trees lose their leaves.
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RI.1.4
Did you know that the Sun is a star? It does not look like a star because it is very close to Earth. However, it is a giant ball of super hot gases. That's what makes it a star. The closer a star is to Earth, the brighter and hotter it looks. That is why the Sun looks like it does.

According to the passage, a star is:
  1. a ball of gases
  2. a bright light
  3. a light that is far away
  4. a planet in space
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.1.3
Hank Aaron was a famous baseball player. He was known for being a good hitter. During his career he hit over 700 home runs. His nickname was "Hammer." He played for the Milwaukee Brewers and Atlanta Braves.

Why was Hank Aaron's nickname likely "Hammer"?
  1. Because he hit the balls with a hammer
  2. Because he was a good hitter
  3. Because he liked to build houses
  4. Because he invented the hammer
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1
Did you know that you are tallest in the morning? During the day, your spine bends and moves. This makes you a little shorter. At night, it gets a chance to stretch back out. This helps you reach your full height. Test it out! Measure yourself before you go to sleep. Then measure yourself when you wake up.

What does your spine do during the day?
  1. stretches out
  2. bends and moves
  3. grows wider
  4. grows faster
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RI.1.4
In Ancient Egypt, the people believed in a god named Osiris. He was the god of the dead. The people believed that when they died, they went to the underworld. There they met Osiris and his wife, Isis.

Based on the passage, the underworld is:
  1. a place where Egyptians lived
  2. a place someone went when they died
  3. a place high in the sky
  4. a place on Earth
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.1.3
E. Coli is a germ. In large amounts, E. Coli is bad. It can make you very sick. But some E. Coli can be good. E. Coli helps your body digest green vegetables and beans. E. Coli can also help make gas in your body. Your body also uses E. Coli to make vitamin K. This helps your blood to clot. This helps stop your blood when you get a cut. Too much E. Coli can make you sick, but the right amount can be good for you.

According to the passage, why is vitamin K important?
  1. It is an important germ.
  2. It keeps your body healthy.
  3. It helps your blood to clot.
  4. It creates E. Coli.
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1

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What do birds do in the spring?
  1. make nests
  2. lay eggs
  3. feed chicks
  4. eat worms
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.1.3
Do you have dust in your house? If so, do you know that you create a lot of that dust? Most dust in your house actually comes from your skin. It is dead skin cells. You lose millions of skin cells a day. They fall all over your house. This creates a lot of the dust that you see. That's one way to leave your mark!

According to the passage, how do skin cells create dust?
  1. They fall all over the house.
  2. They are mixed with dirt.
  3. They become powder in the air.
  4. They mix with sunlight.
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.1.8
I love the beach. It is such a sunny place. The sand is warm. The water is cool and salty. There is so much to do at the beach. I can collect sea shells. I can build sand castles. I also like to jump in the waves.

What reason does the author give to explain the sentence "There is so much to do at the beach"?
  1. I love the beach.
  2. It is such a sunny place.
  3. I can collect sea shells.
  4. The water is cool and salty.
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RI.1.2
E. Coli is a germ. In large amounts, E. Coli is bad. It can make you very sick. But some E. Coli can be good. E. Coli helps your body digest green vegetables and beans. E. Coli can also help make gas in your body. Your body also uses E. Coli to make vitamin K. This helps your blood to clot. This helps stop your blood when you get a cut. Too much E. Coli can make you sick, but the right amount can be good for you.

What is the main topic of this passage?
  1. Germs
  2. Your body
  3. Vitamin K
  4. E. Coli
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.1.3
Did you know that you are tallest in the morning? During the day, your spine bends and moves. This makes you a little shorter. At night, it gets a chance to stretch back out. This helps you reach your full height. Test it out! Measure yourself before you go to sleep. Then measure yourself when you wake up.

Why are you tallest in the morning?
  1. Your spine bends and moves during the day.
  2. Your body is worn out.
  3. Your body is more rested.
  4. Your spine is all stretched out.
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.4, RI.1.4
Acrobats are pretty amazing people! They are very good at gymnastics. They also have good balance. For example, they walk across a rope hung high in the air. You will often find acrobats at the circus. They perform tricks on rings, ropes, and even with animals such as elephants. It's quite a show!

Based on the passage, a CIRCUS is:
  1. a place like a zoo
  2. a show that often features acrobats
  3. a wire hung high in the air
  4. a school for acrobats
Grade 1 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.8, RI.1.8
Acrobats are pretty amazing people! They are very good at gymnastics. They also have good balance. For example, they walk across a rope hung high in the air. You will often find acrobats at the circus. They perform tricks on rings, ropes, and even with animals such as elephants. It's quite a show!

How does the author support the idea that acrobats have good balance?
  1. The author says they perform at the circus.
  2. The author says they walk across a rope hung high in the air.
  3. The author says they work with elephants.
  4. The author says they perform tricks on rings.
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