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Grade 2 Verbs
Grade 6 Greece
The goal of Alexander the Great was to
  1. help the Persians capture Greece.
  2. rule the known world.
  3. rebuild Athens after the Hellenistic Age.
  4. spread Minoan culture.
Grade 6 Greece
Alexander rose to power
  1. by seizing power from his father, King Philip.
  2. following the natural death of his father, King Philip.
  3. following the assassination of his father, King Philip.
  4. through democratic elections.
Grade 7 Greece
Who was the father of Alexander the Great?
  1. Xerxes
  2. King Darius III
  3. Constantine
  4. Philip of Macedon
Grade 10 India
Grade 7 Industrialization
Grade 3 Alexander Who Is Not Going to Move
Why is Alexander mad?
  1. His dad got a new job and they have to move.
  2. He lost his dog.
  3. He wants to move.
  4. His brother hit him.
Grade 4 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Who is the main character?
  1. Anthony
  2. Alexander
  3. Elliott
  4. Paul
Grade 4 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
What is the main problem?
  1. Alexander's life is bad.
  2. Alexander is moving to Australia.
  3. Alexander is in trouble.
  4. Nothing is going Alexander's way.
Grade 9 Greece
Alexander the Great was all of the following EXCEPT:
  1. son of Philip II
  2. founder of the Hellenistic Period
  3. student of Aristotle
  4. conqueror of many lands in Egypt & the Middle East
Grade 1 Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day
Why was Alexander so upset at breakfast?
  1. His mom forgot to make pancakes.
  2. His brothers ate all the bacon.
  3. His brother found prizes in their cereal boxes, but he didn't.
  4. His family ate all of his favorite cereal and all he had was a cereal bar.
Grade 10 Greece
The lasting legacy of the conquests of Alexander the Great was
  1. the unification of Greece.
  2. a centralized empire.
  3. the spread of democracy.
  4. the spread of Hellenistic culture.
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