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Jeopardy Game SAT 10

Practice

2nd grade

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Which word means would not ?

  • can’t
  • won’t
  • wouldn’t
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Find the word that has the same sound or sounds as the underlined letter or letters in the first word.

top

  • happy
  • telephone
  • dash
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Find the word that has the

same sound or sounds as the

underlined letter or letters

in the first word.

speak

  • weeps
  • grasp
  • bumps
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Find the word that has the same sound or sounds as the underlined letter or letters in the first word.

young

  • along
  • uncle
  • frog
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Find the word that has the same sound or sounds as the underlined letter or letters in the first word.

night

  • skin
  • weight
  • climb
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To toss something is to ---

  • break it
  • lift it
  • build it
  • throw it
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There are flowers on the side of my house.

In which sentence does the word side mean the

same thing as the sentence above?

The house is on a side street.

I hope our side wins.

I live near my mother’s side of the the family.

The puppy sat by my side.

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The house has been vacant ever since the family moved away.

  • Vacant means ---
  • small
  • messy
  • empty
  • noisy
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The math problem puzzled the student.

  • Puzzled means ---
  • saved
  • played
  • angered
  • confused
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The base of the table is made of wood.

In which sentence does the word base mean

the same thing as in the sentence above?

The soldiers live on an Army base.

She hit the ball to first base.

The author will base the movie on the book.

The Statue of Liberty is on a solid base

of concrete and marble.

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Read this poem:

I LIKE

I like sunshine.

I like snow.

I like brown leaves.

When they blow.

I like cookies.

I like cake.

I like waffles.

When I wake.

  • This poem sounds like a ---
  • riddle
  • joke
  • song
  • fairy tale
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A volunteer is someone who willingly provides

a service. Volunteers help people without getting

paid to do so. Thousands of volunteers will be

needed for the 2010 Olympic Games.

These volunteers will help with housing, food,

transportation, hospitality, and more.

Volunteers will probably not be

needed for---

Driving athletes to the events.

Showing athletes to their places to live.

Scoring the events at the gymnastics competition.

Greeting the families and guests.

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Do You Have A Wish?

My friend Emily is always wishing for things.

She wishes for new shoes. She wishes for ribbons for

her hair. She wishes for toys. I like to wish too. But, I wish for different things.

I wish for sunny skies. I wish I could see my grandmother. I wish people would be nice to each other. I wish I could see my friends everyday. We all have different wishes and that is okay.

We all have different wishes that we hope come true

someday. We all have wishes. Do you have a wish?

The purpose of this story is to---

a. tell you not to wish for things

b. tell you your wishes should be the same

c. tell you it is okay to have different wishes

d. tell you it is wrong to have different wishes.

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BOOKS ARE GREAT!

The best thing about going to school is learning to read. Books are great friends. They can help you to learn about anything you want to know. They can go anywhere with you. You can read about animals, far away places,people, and anything else.

Books are written by people called authors. Authors think of things they want to write about. Then they make a plan for a book and start to write. Sometimes authors like to write fun books that make us laugh. Some authors write books that give us information and teach us things. Authors are very important people because they

help us learn.Find a good book to read and read every day. You

will enjoy spending time with a good book.

What do authors do before they write a book?

a. think about what they want to write about

b. eat lunch

c. make a plan for the book

d. draw the pictures for the book

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THE NEW RED SCOOTER

My new red scooter can fly! It can go up and it can go

down. I ride my scooter everywhere I go. I ride it on the

sidewalk and I ride it on the driveway. I ride it to my friend’s house. I like to ride my scooter.

My new red scooter has two wheels. They go around

and around. My new red scooter can go fast. It can go slow.

My grandpa gave me my new red scooter. He is very

nice. I got it for my birthday. It had a big blue bow on it.

It is the best present ever!

Which question is NOT answered in this story?

What color is the scooter?

Who gave the scooter to the child in the story?

What else did the child get for his birthday?

Where does the child ride the scooter?

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Decide how the underlined part of the sentence should be written.

We saw mrs. trail watering her flowers yesterday.

Mrs Trail

Mrs. Trail

The way it is

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Decide how the underlined part of the sentence should be written.

Were very happy to be at school today.

we’re

were’

The way it is

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Decide how the underlined part of the sentence should be written.

We didn’t have any homework last night!

didn’t

did’nt

The way it is.

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How should this group of words be written?

My kitten likes to play. With balls and string.

My kitten likes to play with. Balls and string.

My kitten likes to play with balls and string.

The way it is.

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How should this group of words be written?

This afternoon. I will take a spelling test.

I will take a spelling test. This afternoon.

I will take a spelling test this afternoon.

The way it is.

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Follow along as I read this story. Who might be interested in

reading this story?

Pets are animals that live with people. Most people have dogs,cats, or birds. Some people have snakes, lizards, or hamsters.

There are many different kinds of pets. People take care of their pets. People have to bathe their pets when the pets are dirty, and feed their pets when the pets are hungry. When the pets are lonely, people have to play with them! They must also take care of their pets when the pets are sick. A veterinarian is a doctor who takes care of animals. Sometimes people take their pets to see a veterinarian. A veterinarian helps animals

to get well. Pets are fun to own and love.

Who might be most interested in reading this story?

A plumber

A person who wants to get a dog or cat

A person works in a bank

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Follow along as I read the story. Which of these would not go with the story?

Cable cars are a form of transportation created by Andrew Hollidie in the late 1800’s. He noticed that is was difficult for horses to make it up and down the steep hills of San Francisco. So Hollidie invented a system of cables that operate underground. Soon cable cars were the main transportation, not horses.

San Francisco had an earthquake in 1903.

Cable cars are still in use today in San Francisco.

Horses also had trouble walking on the cobbled streets

of San Francisco.

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Read the sentence then read the question. Look at the answer choices and mark your answer.

Marsha wants to write a story

about Martin Luther King.

What should Marsha do to get ideas for her story?

Ask her friends

Draw a picture of Martin Luther King

Read books about Martin Luther King

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We were puzzled by the math problem.

Puzzled means---

studied

played

confused

hard

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Decide how the underlined part of the sentence should be written.

Yesterday we have cookies for dessert.

has

had

The way it is.