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Grade 5 Animals (Stories) CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.5.1

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A hare is the same as a rabbit.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Why would it be difficult to see major changes to the Appalachian Mountain Range even if you visit it every day in a year?
  1. The weather changes every day.
  2. The mountain range never changes.
  3. The changes take place slowly over time.
  4. The mountain range changes in places visitors can't go.
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What two types of rocks make up most of the Appalachian Mountain Range?
  1. igneous
  2. geologic
  3. sedimentary
  4. metamorphic
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What happened to the mountain range when North America and Africa collided?
  1. The rock broke down.
  2. The mountain peaks formed.
  3. The volcanoes began to erupt.
  4. The mountain closed to visitors.
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Who caused Robin to be interested in baking?
  1. her mother
  2. her grandmother
  3. a friend
  4. a famous baker
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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How did the brownies taste?
  1. They were fudgy.
  2. They were salty.
  3. They were bitter.
  4. They were sweet.
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What did the baking soda do to the brownies?
  1. It made them rise.
  2. It made them flat.
  3. It made them salty.
  4. It made them brown.
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What has caused the mountain range to shrink over time?
  1. The rock has been chipped away by humans.
  2. Humans have used dynamite to make roads.
  3. Weathering and erosion have broken the rock down.
  4. The sun has made the different types of rock start to melt.
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Why was Robin disappointed with the brownies she made?
  1. They did not look like her mother's brownies.
  2. The recipe did not make the right amount of brownies.
  3. The brownies did not bake all the way through.
  4. They had less chocolate in them than regular brownies.
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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From whose point of view is the passage written?
  1. a kid who wrote a research paper
  2. a person who loves mountains
  3. a well-known geologist
  4. the mountain range
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What are polymers?
  1. single molecules
  2. molecules packed tightly
  3. long chains of many molecules
  4. different sizes of molecules grouped together
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Slime is most similar to what other product?
  1. glue
  2. water
  3. oobleck
  4. cornstarch
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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If you want to make slime at home, which ingredient is NOT required?
  1. water
  2. glue
  3. borax
  4. food coloring
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What is slime classified as?
  1. a solid
  2. a liquid
  3. both a solid and a liquid
  4. a non-Newtonian fluid
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Why did Robin make the brownies?
  1. for a friend's birthday
  2. to share with her mother
  3. for a school bake sale
  4. to make up a recipe of her own
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How is slime formed?
  1. by carbonation
  2. by physical change
  3. through a chemical reaction
  4. through heating and cooling
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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It is easy to not blink.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Where did most of the names of the planets come from?
  1. ancient astronomers
  2. Greek and Roman gods
  3. words in foreign languages
  4. the people who discovered them
Grade 5 Animals (Stories) CCSS: CCRA.R.1, RI.5.1

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Based on the passage, you can infer that hares...
  1. love being pets and are easy to capture for that purpose
  2. are difficult to capture and tame as pets
  3. make poor pets because of their wild nature
  4. are hard to find and capture in the wild
Grade 5 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Why is Neptune's blue color notable?
  1. Neptune is covered in rivers and oceans.
  2. Neptune was formed from another planet.
  3. Neptune was named for the god of the sea.
  4. Neptune is easy to see through a telescope.
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