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Grade 7 Ancient History
Grade 9 Ancient History
This ancient stone tells the original story of creation as believed by the ancient Kemites.
  1. The Rosetta Stone
  2. The Shabaka Stone
  3. The Rolling Stone
  4. The Great Stone of London
Grade 5 Ancient History
The Ice Ages consisted of:
  1. The Old Stone Age, The Middle Stone Age, The New Stone Age
  2. The Stone Age, The Middle Stone Age and The Current Stone Age
  3. The Middle Stone Age and The End Stone Age and The Current Stone Age
  4. The Old Stone Age, The Middle Stone Age
Grade 6 Egypt
What helped Jean Champollion decode the meanings of hieroglyphs?
  1. Double crown
  2. Rosetta Stone
  3. a CD
  4. Stone slate
Grade 5 Nouns
Which is not an example of a concrete noun?
  1. stone
  2. aroma
  3. freedom
  4. melody
Grade 2 Vowel Sounds CCSS: RF.2.3, RF.2.3a
Grade 9 French Revolution
Grade 2 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.2.2
Which word below needs a capital letter?
  1. stone
  2. snake
  3. florida
  4. attraction
Grade 11 Vocabulary
An 'array' of stones is a(n):
  1. heap
  2. structure
  3. arrangement
  4. broken section
Grade 9 Swallowing Stones
Grade 9 Swallowing Stones
The author of Swallowing Stones is:
  1. Joyce MacDonald
  2. Sharon Creech
  3. Mark Twain
  4. Stephanie Meyers
Grade 8 Vocabulary
to convert into stone or a stony substance:
  1. boasting
  2. petrified
  3. ominous
  4. jowls
Grade 5 Latin America and Caribbean
Basalt stone was used a lot for                             .
  1. Cooking
  2. artwork
  3. weighing down traps in water
  4. building boats
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