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  1. JEOPARDY! Click Once to Begin FCAT Review

  2. JEOPARDY! Language Arts Reading Math Math Word Problems Science 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  3. Corals are small animals that live in warm, shallow seas. They are about the size of a pea. Each coral lives in a home that looks like a tube. Millions of corals live together in a group. These groups are called colonies. The colonies are bright and colorful. When the corals die, their tubes stay in the colony and turn into rock. The new coral animals continue to grow and build on the dead rock. Together, the new and old coral form huge areas called reefs. These reefs are home to many plants and animals. The reef provides food, shelter, and a safe place to live for these plants and animals.The passage is an example of _________.A. fictionB. main ideaC. opinionD. non-fiction

  4. Corals are small animals that live in warm, shallow seas. They are about the size of a pea. Each coral lives in a home that looks like a tube. Millions of corals live together in a group. These groups are called colonies. The colonies are bright and colorful. When the corals die, their tubes stay in the colony and turn into rock. The new coral animals continue to grow and build on the dead rock. Together, the new and old coral form huge areas called reefs. These reefs are home to many plants and animals. The reef provides food, shelter, and a safe place to live for these plants and animals.The passage is an example of _________.A. fictionB. main ideaC. opinionD. non-fiction

  5. What do you call a story that the author writes about him/herself?A. biographyB. autobiographyC. fictionD. poem

  6. What do you call a story that the author writes about him/herself?A. biographyB. autobiographyC. fictionD. poem

  7. Where, when and the conditions tells what about a story?.A. main charactersB. main ideaC. settingD. events

  8. Where, when and the conditions tells what about a story?.A. main charactersB. main ideaC. settingD. events

  9. Have you ever seen the ballet? The stage is filled with dancers in beautiful costumes. All ballet dancers train for hours every day. Dancing takes a lot of hard work and discipline. Discipline means exercising and practicing over and over again. By the end of the day, the dancers are tired and their feet hurt!What is the main idea of this paragraph?A. Ballet is a type of exerciseB. Dancing is very tiringC. What life is like in the balletD. Dancers wear beautiful costumes

  10. Have you ever seen the ballet? The stage is filled with dancers in beautiful costumes. All ballet dancers train for hours every day. Dancing takes a lot of hard work and discipline. Discipline means exercising and practicing over and over again. By the end of the day, the dancers are tired and their feet hurt!What is the main idea of this paragraph?A. Ballet is a type of exerciseB. Dancing is very tiringC. What life is like in the balletD. Dancers wear beautiful costumes

  11. The puffin’s beak helps this sea bird in many ways. The beak is like a hook, and it quickly catches and holds fish. A puffin can catch and hold many fish in its beak while it swims underwater. The puffin’s beak also is used as a shovel to dig into the earth and to push and pull rocks. While the puffin’s beak is grayish brown most of the year, it grows a bright cover in the spring. The colors of this cover are bright red, blue, and gold. These colorful beaks help draw the attention of a mate.Which sentence best summarizes the first paragraph?A. Puffins are seabirdsB. The puffin’s beak helps it catch lots of fishC. The puffin’s beak is like a hookD. The puffin’s beak has many uses

  12. The puffin’s beak helps this sea bird in many ways. The beak is like a hook, and it quickly catches and holds fish. A puffin can catch and hold many fish in its beak while it swims underwater. The puffin’s beak also is used as a shovel to dig into the earth and to push and pull rocks. While the puffin’s beak is grayish brown most of the year, it grows a bright cover in the spring. The colors of this cover are bright red, blue, and gold. These colorful beaks help draw the attention of a mate.Which sentence best summarizes the first paragraph?A. Puffins are seabirdsB. The puffin’s beak helps it catch lots of fishC. The puffin’s beak is like a hookD. The puffin’s beak has many uses

  13. Say the underlined word in the sentence. Find the base word for the word.I built the biggest tower.A. biggB. bigC. biggerD. biggest

  14. Say the underlined word in the sentence. Find the base word for the word.I built the biggest tower.A. biggB. bigC. biggerD. biggest

  15. Say the underlined word in the sentence. Find the base word for the word.We usually have dinner early.A. useB. usefulC. usualD. usuall

  16. Say the underlined word in the sentence. Find the base word for the word.We usually have dinner early.A. useB. usefulC. usualD. usuall

  17. Choose the word that best completes the sentence.It was a beautiful and _________ day.A. gloomyB. gloryC. gladD. glorious

  18. Choose the word that best completes the sentence.It was a beautiful and _________ day.A. gloomyB. gloryC. gladD. glorious

  19. Choose the compound word that best completes each sentence.I looked _______ a bush.A. leftoverB. everythingC. intoD. myself

  20. Choose the compound word that best completes each sentence.I looked _______ a bush.A. leftoverB. everythingC. intoD. myself

  21. Choose the compound word that best completes each sentence.I asked, “Is ___________ there?”A. airplaneB. dewdropsC. southeasternD. anybody

  22. Choose the compound word that best completes each sentence.I asked, “Is ___________ there?”A. airplaneB. dewdropsC. southeasternD. anybody

  23. Solve the problem:156 + 389 + 281 = ___A. 816B. 616C. 826D. 626

  24. Solve the problem:156 + 389 + 281 = ___A. 816B. 616C. 826D. 626

  25. Solve the problem:400-184 = ____A. 226B. 384C. 316D. 216

  26. Solve the problem:400-184 = ____A. 226B. 384C. 316D. 216

  27. Solve the problem:8 x 9 = ____A. 56B. 72C. 63D. 81

  28. Solve the problem:8 x 9 = ____A. 56B. 72C. 63D. 81

  29. Kimberly set a pencil on her desk. The pencil was 6 inches long. Which of the following is closest to the length of Kimberly’s desk?A. 6 inchesB. 12 inchesC. 18 inchesD. 24 inches

  30. Kimberly set a pencil on her desk. The pencil was 6 inches long. Which of the following is closest to the length of Kimberly’s desk?A. 6 inchesB. 12 inchesC. 18 inchesD. 24 inches

  31. Maria has these tools to use in her garden. Which fraction below shows the number of shovels compared to the whole set?A. 1/5B. 2/3C. 2/5D. 5/2

  32. Maria has these tools to use in her garden. Which fraction below shows the number of shovels compared to the whole set?A. 1/5B. 2/3C. 2/5D. 5/2

  33. Demetrius walked down the hall at school. He passed the following room numbers on his right.102 104 106Which number would he most likely see on the next door on his right?A. 101B. 107C. 108D. 110

  34. Demetrius walked down the hall at school. He passed the following room numbers on his right.102 104 106Which number would he most likely see on the next door on his right?A. 101B. 107C. 108D. 110

  35. Sandra has $3.55 in her wallet. If she has three $1 bills, which group of coins might she have?A. 5 dimes, 5 penniesB. 3 quartersC. 5 nickels, 5 penniesD. 4 dimes, 4 nickels

  36. Sandra has $3.55 in her wallet. If she has three $1 bills, which group of coins might she have?A. 5 dimes, 5 penniesB. 3 quartersC. 5 nickels, 5 penniesD. 4 dimes, 4 nickels

  37. There are 67 counties in Florida, and 5 of them were formed in 1824. How many counties were NOT formed in 1824?A. 72B. 62C. 58D. 5

  38. There are 67 counties in Florida, and 5 of them were formed in 1824. How many counties were NOT formed in 1824?A. 72B. 62C. 58D. 5

  39. Hakim was studying dinosaurs. He learned that the weight of an adult Diplodocus was about 2 times the weight of an adult Tyrannosaurus Rex. The letter t represents the weight of an adult Tyrannosaurus Rex. Which of the following could be used to find the weight of an adult Diplodocus?A. 2 + tB. t - 2C. 2 x tD. t ÷ 2

  40. Hakim was studying dinosaurs. He learned that the weight of an adult Diplodocus was about 2 times the weight of an adult Tyrannosaurus Rex. The letter t represents the weight of an adult Tyrannosaurus Rex. Which of the following could be used to find the weight of an adult Diplodocus?A. 2 + tB. t - 2C. 2 x tD. t ÷ 2

  41. A third grade class raised money to buy a class pet. There were 20 students in the class. Each student raised 4 dollars. Which of the following could be used to find out how much money all of the studnets raised all together?A. 20 + 4B. 20 - 4C. 20 x 4D. 20 ÷ 4

  42. A third grade class raised money to buy a class pet. There were 20 students in the class. Each student raised 4 dollars. Which of the following could be used to find out how much money all of the studnets raised all together?A. 20 + 4B. 20 - 4C. 20 x 4D. 20 ÷ 4

  43. Our Earth spins on its axis, which is an imaginary line that goes through the North Pole and South Pole, every twenty-four hours. This amount of time is also equal to _________.A. A yearB. A monthC. A dayD. A week

  44. Our Earth spins on its axis, which is an imaginary line that goes through the North Pole and South Pole, every twenty-four hours. This amount of time is also equal to _________.A. A yearB. A monthC. A dayD. A week

  45. The sun gives off energy. That energy is called _________.A. EcholocationB. Solar energyC. Static electricityD. Current electricity

  46. The sun gives off energy. That energy is called _________.A. EcholocationB. Solar energyC. Static electricityD. Current electricity

  47. Which of the following does NOT cause weathering?A. plantsB. waterC. windD. soil

  48. Which of the following does NOT cause weathering?A. plantsB. waterC. windD. soil

  49. Our Earth is constantly moving. It spins like a top. This is called __________.A. revolutionB. rotationC. axisD. phases

  50. Our Earth is constantly moving. It spins like a top. This is called __________.A. revolutionB. rotationC. axisD. phases