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  1. Are you ready for 6th Grade? What to know about ‘Art,’ ‘Our World’ and ‘Reading’ Click here to Continue

  2. Navigation/Menu ART Art OUR WORLD READING QUIT

  3. Art • Who was NOT an American poet: Edgar Allan Poe, Emily Dickinson, or Charles Dickens? Click here to Continue

  4. Art • Charles Dickens was NOT an American poet. Who sings the lowest notes: a soprano, a tenor, or a bass? Click here to Continue BACK

  5. Art • A basssings the lowest notes. Virgil is the author of the Aeneid. Is Virgil English, Roman, or Sumerian. Click here to Continue BACK

  6. Art • Virgil, the author of the Aeneidis Roman. Click here to Continue BACK

  7. Our World Is “butte” a hill, a water hole, or grassland? Click here to Continue

  8. Our World • A hill is a “butte.” Did the Han and Ming dynasties rule China, Korea, or Japan? Click here to Continue BACK

  9. Our World • The Han and Ming dynasties ruled China. Of these wars, which started last: the Gulf War, the Korean War, or the Vietnam War? Click here to Continue BACK

  10. Our World • Of those wars, the Gulf Warstarted last. Click here to Continue BACK

  11. Reading Which comes first in a book: the preface, the bibliography or the conclusion? Click here to Continue

  12. Reading • The preface comes first in a book. Which comes in the middle of something: a prelude, an interlude or conclude? Click here to Continue BACK

  13. Reading • Capable is an antonym for ept. Which word if an adjective: slipper, slip, or slippery? Click here to Continue BACK

  14. Reading • Slippery is an adjective. Click here to Continue BACK

  15. You Did It! Return to Menu