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Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Which chromosomes do not contribute to your genetic makeup?
  1. your grandmother's
  2. your father's
  3. your mother's
  4. your sibling's
Grade 2 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What is a sand dollar?
  1. a sea shell
  2. the skeleton of starfish
  3. a form of money used by humans
  4. the skeleton from a species of sea urchin
Grade 3 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Why is polar bears' white fur good for them? (Choose all that apply)
  1. It is beautiful.
  2. It is easy to clean.
  3. It keeps them warm.
  4. It helps them hide while hunting.
  5. It keeps humans from spotting them.
Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Based on the passage, deoxygenated most likely means
  1. be full of oxygen.
  2. need oxygen to survive.
  3. have the oxygen removed from.
  4. carry oxygen from place to place.
Grade 3 Nature and Science (Stories) CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.3.3

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Why were Uffo and his mother in a den in the snow?
  1. They were caught in a snowstorm.
  2. It helped them stay safe during the winter.
  3. The ice melted and refroze around them.
  4. They were escaping dangerous humans and other bears.
Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Which choice shows the path blood follows when it enters the heart?
  1. aorta - ventricle - atrium
  2. valve - aorta - ventricle
  3. ventricle - valve - aorta
  4. atrium - valve - ventricle
Grade 6 Nature and Science (Stories)

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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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Grade 2 Nature and Science (Stories)

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How do sand dollars move across the sea floor when they are alive?
  1. They do not move.
  2. They are pushed by the current.
  3. They have legs that allow them to walk.
  4. They have small hairs that push them across the sand.
Grade 2 Nature and Science (Stories)

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How does the color of a sand dollar change as it is washed onto shore?
  1. It predators remove the color by eating its outer layers.
  2. The color is bleached white by the sun.
  3. When it dies, the outer layer falls off and reveals the white color.
  4. The sand dollar does not change colors.
Grade 2 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Grade 8 Nature and Science (Stories)

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What is the difference between arteries and veins?
  1. arteries are big and veins are small
  2. arteries produce blood and veins use it
  3. arteries carry blood away from the heart and veins carry it back
  4. arteries help the body stop the flow of blood and veins encourage the flow
Grade 2 Nature and Science (Stories)

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Grade 3 Nature and Science (Stories) CCSS: CCRA.R.2, RI.3.2

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What is the main idea of the story?
  1. Polar bears like to have fun in the Arctic.
  2. White fur makes it easy for polar bears to hide.
  3. Climate change has made life hard for polar bears.
  4. Mama and baby polar bears hibernate in the winter.
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