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3rd Grade Summer Review Quiz (Grade 3)

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3rd Grade Summer Review Quiz

1. 
Choose the correct form of GOOD to complete the sentence.

That was the                 baseball game I've seen all year.
  1. good
  2. better
  3. best
 
2. 
Long ago, there lived a pig that was given plenty of good food to eat each day. Needless to say, the sheep was quite satisfied with his life. Satisfied, that is, until one morning when the farmer's wife brought his food and said, "Enjoy this good food while you can, dear sheep. For you shan't be around much longer!"

Make a prediction: What does the farmer's wife most likely tell the pig next?
  1. "We are moving to another farm!"
  2. "You are being sold to a pet store!"
  3. "When next we meet, you will be on our dinner table!"
  4. "We will put you on a diet because you are getting fat!"
3. 
In the word "unlucky" the prefix un- means what?
  1. not
  2. before
  3. in
  4. wrong
 
4. 
Read the sentences below. Decide what is the correct order of events. Choose the letter that shows the correct order of events.

1. I don't want pizza again for a long time.
2. I ate ten pieces of pizza.
3. Later that night, I got sick.
4. I felt very full.
  1. 4, 2, 3, 1
  2. 1, 2, 3, 4
  3. 2, 3, 4, 1
  4. 4, 1, 3, 2
5. 
Which possessive noun BEST completes the sentence?

The wooden bat belongs to Max. It is                 bat.
  1. Maxs
  2. Max's
  3. Maxses
  4. Maxs's
 
6. 
Which of the following is an example of alliteration?
  1. Pepperoni pizza is perfect.
  2. Pepperoni pizza is the best in the world!
  3. Pepperoni pizza is as gross as dog food.
  4. The pepperoni pizza was calling my name.
7. 
What is the correct contraction for the words "they will"?
  1. they'll
  2. theyl'l
  3. th'eyll
  4. theyll'
 
8. 
Find the conjunction in the sentence.
I washed the dishes and did the laundry.
  1. and
  2. the
  3. I
  4. laundry
9. 
Read the paragraph. Choose the sentence that does not support the main idea.

Paintings can be found in many different places. You can see them at a museum or an art gallery. You can also go to an art show in a park or at a school. Red roses are beautiful flowers. Paintings are in books, too.
  1. Red roses are beautiful flowers.
  2. You can see them at a museum or an art gallery.
  3. Paintings are in books, too.
  4. You can also go to an art show in a park or at school.
 
10. 
Which of the following is a synonym of WONDERFUL?
  1. amazing
  2. sunny
  3. smile
  4. warm
11. 
Identify the words that should be capitalized in the following sentence:
Thirteen colonies joined together to become the united states of america.
  1. United, America
  2. United, States, America
  3. United, States, Of
 
12. 
Choose the correct verb to fill in the blank.

The girl                 the ball.
  1. threw
  2. did
  3. can
  4. white
13. 
Read each paragraph aloud. Choose the sentence that does not belong in the paragraph.

The park is a wonderful place for a picnic. People sell tasty snacks. There are picnic tables and grills. I have a pet hamster. The park has a lot of fun things that we enjoy doing.
  1. The park has a lot of fun things that we enjoy doing.
  2. People sell tasty snacks.
  3. I have a pet hamster.
  4. There are picnic tables and grills.
 
14. 
Select the correct pronoun to complete this sentence.
Neither the students nor the teachers wanted                 day off to be canceled.
  1. his or her
  2. their
  3. he or she
  4. we
15. 
The FAT duck ate a fish.

Is the word in all caps an adjective or adverb?
  1. adjective
  2. adverb
 
16. 
The                 is where a story takes place.
  1. plot
  2. conclusion
  3. setting
  4. product
17. 
The vowel sound in the word "wave" sounds the same in the word:
  1. what
  2. want
  3. wait
  4. wag
 
18. 
Which of the following is a hyperbole?
  1. I could eat a lot of pizza.
  2. I could eat a mountain of pizzas.
  3. I could eat pepperoni pizza with mushrooms and onions.
  4. I ate 3 pieces of pizza yesterday!
19. 
Lucy was furious about her spelling grade. She kicked her desk and ran out of the classroom.

Why does the author use the word furious instead of mad in the example above?
  1. Furious is a fancier word than mad.
  2. Lucy was really upset.
  3. Lucy wasn't that mad after all.
  4. Lucy was going home.
 
20. 
Melissa loved being around her baby cousin. She always made sure that he had all of the toys and snacks that he needed. She played with him and made sure that he was happy. As soon as her cousin started to cry, she would hop up and get whatever he needed. She always wanted him to be happy.

Melissa is a very                 cousin.
  1. caring
  2. lazy
  3. annoying
  4. bossy
21. 
Which two words are homophones?
  1. right
  2. write
  3. graph
  4. left
 
22. 
Sam and his brother Tim each have their own rooms. Sam likes to make his bed every morning, but Tim never makes his bed. Sam folds all his clothes before putting them away, but Tim leaves all of his clothes on the floor.


After reading the sentences above, I can conclude that Sam is very messy. Which clues from the story most likely helped me draw that conclusion? Check ALL that apply.
  1. Sam and Tim have their own rooms
  2. Tim leaves all of his clothes on the floor
  3. Sam likes to make his bed every morning
  4. Tim never makes his bed
23. 
The students                for extra recess.
  1. hopped
  2. hoped
  3. hoping
  4. hopping
 
24. 
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. I was born on October 6 1970.
  2. I was born on October, 6 1970.
  3. I was born on October 6, 1970.
  4. I was born on October, 6, 1970.
25. 
Which word is spelled correctly?
  1. square
  2. suqar
  3. sguare
  4. squar
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