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Grade 1 Text Elements
The title of the book and the names of the authors and illustrators are found on this page. It protects the pages of the book.
  1. Cover page
  2. Index
  3. Table of contents
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RI.1.6
Passage #1
In Ancient Egypt, the people had many gods. One god was Ra. He was the sun god. He was born each morning. When he was born, the sun rose.

Passage #2
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.

Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses
NameTitle
RaGod of the Sun
Osiris God of the Dead
Seth God of Chaos
Amun King of the gods
Isis God of Life


What do you learn from the table that you don't learn from the passages?
  1. Isis is the god of life.
  2. Osiris is the god of the dead.
  3. Ra is the god of the sun.
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RI.1.2
Every living human has a pulse. Your pulse is the beating of your heart. A normal human pulse is 70 beats per minute. Animals can also have a pulse. An elephant's pulse is 27 beats per minute. A canary's pulse is 1000 beats per minute. That is fast!

What is the main topic of this paragraph?
  1. the human body
  2. elephants
  3. the canary
  4. a pulse
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RI.1.2
A tsunami is a giant wave. Tsu is a Japanese word. It means harbor. Nami is also a Japanese word. It means wave. Tsunamis can happen during big storms. They can also happen after earthquakes. The waves can wipe out large areas.

What is the main topic of this paragraph?
  1. All about tsunamis
  2. Japanese words
  3. After an earthquake
  4. Giant waves
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RI.1.7
Passage #1
In Ancient Egypt, the people had many gods. One god was Ra. He was the sun god. He was born each morning. When he was born, the sun rose.

Passage #2
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 passages, what does the picture show?
  1. Osiris
  2. Isis
  3. Ra
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.1.5
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.

Where would you look if you wanted to find the meaning of humid?
  1. table of contents
  2. heading
  3. index
  4. glossary
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.5, RI.1.5
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.

Under which heading might this passage be found?
  1. The Winter Weather
  2. The Changing Seasons
  3. Weather Around the World
  4. Hot, Hot, Hot
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1
A tsunami is a giant wave. Tsu is a Japanese word. It means harbor. Nami is also a Japanese word. It means wave. Tsunamis can happen during big storms. They can also happen after earthquakes. The waves can wipe out large areas.

Where does the word tsunami come from?
  1. a large area
  2. an earthquake
  3. two Japanese words
  4. the word for giant wave
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1
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.

Which is NOT something E. Coli does?
  1. helps your blood clot
  2. makes you sick
  3. digests your food
  4. creates new food
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1
Every living human has a pulse. Your pulse is the beating of your heart. A normal human pulse is 70 beats per minute. Animals can also have a pulse. An elephant's pulse is 27 beats per minute. A canary's pulse is 1000 beats per minute. That is fast!

What is your pulse?
  1. the shape of your heart
  2. how fast your heart beats
  3. a slow movement in your body
  4. your body's special activity
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.1.3
Every living human has a pulse. Your pulse is the beating of your heart. A normal human pulse is 70 beats per minute. Animals can also have a pulse. An elephant's pulse is 27 beats per minute. A canary's pulse is 1000 beats per minute. That is fast!

How does an elephant's pulse compare to a human's pulse?
  1. It is the same.
  2. It is faster.
  3. It is slower.
  4. It is quieter.
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1
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.

Which is NOT something E. Coli does?
  1. helps your blood clot
  2. makes you sick
  3. digests your food
  4. creates new food
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.1.1
A tsunami is a giant wave. Tsu is a Japanese word. It means harbor. Nami is also a Japanese word. It means wave. Tsunamis can happen during big storms. They can also happen after earthquakes. The waves can wipe out large areas.

Where does the word tsunami come from?
  1. a large area
  2. an earthquake
  3. two Japanese words
  4. the word for giant wave
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.7, RI.1.7
Animal Journeys

Birds
Arctic terns fly over 40,000 kilometers each year. They travel from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Then they go back again.

Fish
Salmon live in the ocean, but they lay their eggs in rivers. They travel up to 900 miles to get to rivers to lay their eggs.

Whales
Humpback whales make long journeys every year. In the summer, they head north. The water in the Arctic is icy cold. In the winter, they head south to tropical waters.

Animal Travel Distances
AnimalDistance
Arctic Tern39500km
Salmon 1448km
Humpback Whale 8400km


Based on the passage and the table, which animal travels the farthest?
  1. Arctic tern
  2. Salmon
  3. Humpback whale
  4. Both a and b
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RI.1.6
Birds
Arctic terns fly over 40,000 kilometers each year. They travel from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Then they go back again.

Fish
Salmon live in the ocean, but they lay their eggs in rivers. They travel up to 900 miles to get to rivers to lay their eggs.

Whales
Humpback whales make long journeys every year. In the summer, they head north. The water in the Arctic is icy cold. In the winter, they head south to tropical waters.

What do you learn from the picture below that you do not learn from the passage?
  1. Salmon live in the ocean.
  2. Salmon swim in rivers.
  3. Salmon are pinkish orange.
  4. Salmon lay eggs.
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.1.3
A tsunami is a giant wave. Tsu is a Japanese word. It means harbor. Nami is also a Japanese word. It means wave. Tsunamis can happen during big storms. They can also happen after earthquakes. The waves can wipe out large areas.

Why does the word tsunami come from the word nami?
  1. Because it has nami in its name
  2. Because nami means wave
  3. Because scientists like the sound
  4. Because it happens in Japan
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RI.1.6
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 info does the picture give that is not in the passage?
Winter - Tree - Small
  1. It is cold in winter.
  2. It is snowy in winter.
  3. It is sunny in winter.
  4. It is windy in winter.
Grade 1 Text Elements CCSS: CCRA.R.6, RI.1.6
Animal Journeys

Birds
Arctic terns fly over 40,000 kilometers each year. They travel from the Arctic to the Antarctic. Then they go back again.

Fish
Salmon live in the ocean, but they lay their eggs in rivers. They travel up to 900 miles to get to rivers to lay their eggs.

Whales
Humpback whales make long journeys every year. In the summer, they head north. The water in the Arctic is icy cold. In the winter, they head south to tropical waters.

Animal Travel Distances
AnimalDistance
Arctic Tern39500km
Salmon 1448km
Humpback Whale 8400km


What do you learn from the table that you don't learn from the passage?
  1. How far humpback whales travel
  2. Where Salmon lay their eggs
  3. How far Salmon travel
  4. Where Arctic tern go
Grade 1 Text Elements
This page contains the titles of the lessons, stories and other selections with their page numbers.
  1. Cover page
  2. Glossary
  3. Table of contents
Grade 1 Text Elements
It is usually found at the back of the book. It contains words with meanings and is arranged alphabetically.
  1. Index
  2. Glossary
  3. The body
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