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3rd Grade: What Do You Know About Liberty Bell? This bell which is no longer being ringed was first rung when America got its independence from Britain. It was used to call people to public meetings and calling legislators for the same. Take this interesting quiz and Hope you enjoy this piece of important American history.


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  • 1. 

    Liberty Bell   The Liberty Bell, located in Pennsylvania, changed the world on July 8, 1776. It rang out from the tower of Independence Hall.  It was used to summon the citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon. In the 1800s, the Liberty Bell became a symbol for ending slavery in America.  The Liberty Bell is famous for its large crack. People don't know when the crack first appeared on the bell. The crack got worse over time and people didn't want the bell to break apart. In order to preserve it, it was decided that the Liberty Bell should never again be used. The bell hasn't been rung since Washington’s birthday in 1842. ---- What was the date the Liberty Bell changed history?

    • A.

      July 10, 2010

    • B.

      1988

    • C.

      1774

    • D.

      July 8, 1776

    Correct Answer
    D. July 8, 1776
    Explanation
    The author says that in the July 8, 1776 in Pennsylvania the Liberty Bell changed history.

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  • 2. 

    Liberty Bell   The Liberty Bell, located in Pennsylvania, changed the world on July 8, 1776. It rang out from the tower of Independence Hall.  It was used to summon the citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon. In the 1800s, the Liberty Bell became a symbol for ending slavery in America.  The Liberty Bell is famous for its large crack. People don't know when the crack first appeared on the bell. The crack got worse over time and people didn't want the bell to break apart. In order to preserve it, it was decided that the Liberty Bell should never again be used. The bell hasn't been rung since Washington’s birthday in 1842. ---- The Capitol Building is where the bell was located.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    The Independence Hall is where the bell was located.

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  • 3. 

    Liberty Bell   The Liberty Bell, located in Pennsylvania, changed the world on July 8, 1776. It rang out from the tower of Independence Hall.  It was used to summon the citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon. In the 1800s, the Liberty Bell became a symbol for ending slavery in America.  The Liberty Bell is famous for its large crack. People don't know when the crack first appeared on the bell. The crack got worse over time and people didn't want the bell to break apart. In order to preserve it, it was decided that the Liberty Bell should never again be used. The bell hasn't been rung since Washington’s birthday in 1842. ---- Someone shot the bell and the crack began from the bullet.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    No one knows where the crack actually came from.

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  • 4. 

    Liberty Bell   The Liberty Bell, located in Pennsylvania, changed the world on July 8, 1776. It rang out from the tower of Independence Hall.  It was used to summon the citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon. In the 1800s, the Liberty Bell became a symbol for ending slavery in America.  The Liberty Bell is famous for its large crack. People don't know when the crack first appeared on the bell. The crack got worse over time and people didn't want the bell to break apart. In order to preserve it, it was decided that the Liberty Bell should never again be used. The bell hasn't been rung since Washington’s birthday in 1842. ---- What does the word summon mean?

    • A.

      To scream

    • B.

      To gather

    • C.

      To read

    • D.

      To organize

    Correct Answer
    B. To gather
    Explanation
    Summon: Authoritatively or urgently call on (someone) to be present, esp. as a defendant or witness in a law court. "B" is correct.

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    Liberty Bell   The Liberty Bell, located in Pennsylvania, changed the world on July 8, 1776. It rang out from the tower of Independence Hall.  It was used to summon the citizens to hear the first reading of the Declaration of Independence by Colonel John Nixon. In the 1800s, the Liberty Bell became a symbol for ending slavery in America.  The Liberty Bell is famous for its large crack. People don't know when the crack first appeared on the bell. The crack got worse over time and people didn't want the bell to break apart. In order to preserve it, it was decided that the Liberty Bell should never again be used. The bell hasn't been rung since Washington’s birthday in 1842. ---- Why isn't the bell rung anymore?

    • A.

      The crack is so large that there is a fear it will break

    • B.

      It's rusted and old

    • C.

      It is an amendment to the Constitution not to ring it

    • D.

      It was rung for the last time in honor of George Washington, and should not be rung again

    Correct Answer
    A. The crack is so large that there is a fear it will break
    Explanation
    The author says "The crack got worse over time and people didn't want the bell to break apart. In order to preserve it, it was decided that the Liberty Bell should never again be used". "A" is correct.

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