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Grade 4 Abbreviations and Acronyms
Write the abbreviation.
Senator John Smith
  1. Sen. John Smith
  2. Sn. John Smith
  3. Sena. John Smith
  4. SN John Smith
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
What is the compound subject?

Jaden and Willow Smith gave out an award on the KCA.
  1. Willow Smith
  2. out an award
  3. Jaden Smith
  4. Jaden and Willow Smith
Grade 9 Sentence Structure
What is the compound subject?

Jaden and Willow Smith gave out an award on the KCA.
  1. Willow Smith
  2. out an award
  3. Jaden Smith
  4. Jaden and Willow Smith
Grade 1 Making Predictions
Mrs. Smith's first grade class was talking loudly. Mrs. Smith looked angry. What do you predict will happen next?
  1. Mrs. Smith will laugh.
  2. Mrs. Smith will eat a cookie.
  3. Mrs. Smith will grade homework.
  4. Mrs. Smith will tell the class to be quiet.
Grade 4 Colonial Period
Who helped the colonists at Jamestown to build huts and traded with the Indians?
  1. Captain John Smith
  2. Sir John Smith
  3. Captian John White
  4. Captain Smith Yan
Grade 8 Colonial Period
Grade 5 The Frontier
Grade 8 The Frontier
Grade 10 Industrial Revolution
Grade 11 Enlightenment
Grade 6 Capitalization and Punctuation
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. The Smiths moved to Milwaukee WI last January.
  2. The Smith's moved to Milwaukee, WI last January.
  3. The Smiths moved to Milwaukee, WI last january.
  4. The Smiths moved to Milwaukee, WI last January.
Grade 2 Capitalization CCSS: CCRA.L.2, L.2.2
Choose the sentence that is written correctly.
  1. Mrs. Smith has a puppy named Spot.
  2. Mrs. Smith has a puppy named spot.
  3. mrs. smith has a puppy named Spot.
  4. mrs. smith has a puppy named spot.
Grade 6 Positive and Negative Numbers CCSS: 6.NS.C.7, 6.NS.C.7d
Mr. Smith has a balance of less than [math]-$10[/math] in his cell phone account. Which statement is true for Mr. Smith's account balance?
  1. Mr. Smith has a debt of [math]$10[/math].
  2. Mr. Smith has a balance of [math]$10[/math].
  3. Mr. Smith has a debt greater than [math]$10[/math].
  4. Mr. Smith has a balance greater than [math]$10[/math].
Grade 3 Colonial Period
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