6th Grade Quizzes & Trivia
Money Matters sixth grade money questions and answers.
Questions: 9 | Attempts: 42 | Last updated: Jan 11, 2013
Sample QuestionWho earns more money from his investments. Ben who starts early or Arthur who starts later?
Questions: 22 | Attempts: 38 | Last updated: Jun 13, 2014
Sample QuestionThe smallest unit of matter is known as the atom.
Read carefully. Each question is worth 10pts.
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 38 | Last updated: Jan 22, 2014
Sample QuestionWhat could you use to store and move data from one computer to another?
Questions: 3 | Attempts: 37 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
6th Grade Voc. Wk #1 Quiz
Questions: 11 | Attempts: 37 | Last updated: Jan 29, 2014
Sample Question1) similar to a DVD, but read and written with a blue or violet laser, whose shorter wavelength makes a higher density possible. Holds 25 GB
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 35 | Last updated: Jul 30, 2011
Sample QuestionWhat do you want most in a guy/girl????
This is the first online quiz for the grade 6 students of JCA
Questions: 15 | Attempts: 34 | Last updated: Feb 12, 2013
Sample QuestionIt is an example of a creative output.
Most youngsters dream of being astronauts and travelling up to space to get a first persons point of view of the universe. The study of what is outside the earth’s atmosphere began by some discoveries by great scientist...
Questions: 12 | Attempts: 34 | Last updated: Jun 25, 2018
Sample QuestionWhat device am I pointing at?
Sixth Grade Fun Night
Questions: 24 | Attempts: 34 | Last updated: Dec 14, 2012
Sample QuestionWhat is the name of the School Musical Play this year?
Questions: 40 | Attempts: 32 | Last updated: Jan 25, 2013
Sample QuestionThere are ______ of galaxies out in spae
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Sample QuestionWhich of the following is a type of program that either pretends to have, or is described as having, a set of useful or desirable features but actually contains damaging code.
Questions: 10 | Attempts: 30 | Last updated: Jan 30, 2013
Sample QuestionIntimidate means:
This test is worth alot of your mark for unit one. You should know all the answers to the test from notes and studying. Have fun and good luck!
Questions: 18 | Attempts: 28 | Last updated: Feb 15, 2013
Sample QuestionThere are a few ice cubes laying on the patio table in Orlando, Florida. Ten minuites later I come back and the ice cubes are liquid. These ice cubes did what changes of state in those ten minuites I was gone?
Questions: 8 | Attempts: 28 | Last updated: Jan 29, 2013
Sample QuestionIf I wanted to write a letter on the computer, which of the following programs would I use?
How well do you know the vocabulary of history? Test yourself and find out!
Questions: 25 | Attempts: 28 | Last updated: Jan 7, 2013
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Sample Questionwhich is Equal? 6.5
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Sample QuestionThe main idea of a story or lesson learned is called the
YOU HAVE ONLY 5 MIN TO DO THIS QUIZ. IT IS VERY DIFFICULT TO PASS IT. PASSING MARKS = 60%. IF YOU GET MORE THAN 90% THEN YOU ARE VERY INTELLIGENT. QUESTION= 15
Questions: 3 | Attempts: 26 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
Sample QuestionWHO IS THE FATHER OF COMPUTER
Questions: 21 | Attempts: 26 | Last updated: May 28, 2014
Sample QuestionJames and his sister, Anna, went to the carnival on Saturday. They rode the marry-go-round, the roller coaster, and the Ferris wheel. James ate popcorn and a hot dog. Anna drank lemon aide and ate an apple. They saw many exciting shows. They were tired when they went home. What it he main idea of this paragraph?
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Questions: 25 | Attempts: 26 | Last updated: Feb 28, 2013
Sample QuestionPopular Sports around the World By Kathy Mormile For centuries, people have been playing kicking games with a ball. The game of soccer developed from some of these early games. The English probably gave soccer its name and its first set of rules. In European countries, soccer is called football or association football. Some people believe that the name "soccer" came from "assoc.," an abbreviation for the word association. Others believe that the name came from the high socks that the players wear. Organized soccer games began in 1863. In soccer, two teams of eleven players try to kick or head the ball into their opponents’ goal. The goalie, who tries to keep the ball out of the goal, is the only player on the field who is allowed to touch the ball with his or her hands. The other players must use their feet, heads, and bodies to control the ball. Every four years, soccer teams around the world compete for the World Cup. The World Cup competition started in 1930. Brazil is the home of many great soccer players, including the most famous player of all, Pelé. With his fast footwork, dazzling speed, and great scoring ability, Pelé played for many years in Brazil and then later in New York. During his 22 years in soccer, he scored 1,281 goals and held every major record for the sport. People in more than 140 countries around the world play soccer. It is the national sport of most European and Latin American countries. Soccer is definitely the world’s most popular sport! James Naismith, a physical education teacher in Massachusetts, invented basketball in 1891. Naismith’s boss asked him to invent a game that students could play indoors during bad weather. He wanted to find a game that wasn’t as physically rough as soccer, football, or wrestling. Naismith attached peach baskets to a railing ten feet above the floor at either end of the gym. The players used a soccer ball. A person sat on a ladder next to each basket at either end of the gym, and threw out the balls that landed in the baskets. Naismith decided that having only five players on each team would keep the game from getting too rough. Two years later, metal hoops with net bags replaced the peach baskets. Officials pulled a string on the nets to release the balls that went in. In 1894, Naismith added the backboard behind each net and changed to a larger ball. In 1913, people began using the bottomless nets that are used today. During a basketball game, two teams of five players each throw the ball into two baskets at opposite ends of a court. Players bounce, or dribble the ball to the basket or pass the ball to teammates. A team scores points by getting the ball into their team’s basket. The team with the highest score wins. By the 1900s, basketball was the most popular indoor sport. Athletes in approximately 130 countries play the game. Basketball is especially popular in the United States, China, and Puerto Rico. Baseball began in the United States in the early 1800s. Some people believe that Abner Doubleday invented the game. Others think that baseball came from an old British sport called rounders. Baseball and rounders are very similar. However, in rounders the field players throw the ball right at the runner. If the ball hits the runner, he or she is out. In baseball, a field player just touches the ball to the base or the running player to get the player out. Today’s baseball players use special equipment to help prevent injuries. Field players wear baseball gloves to protect their hands. The catcher wears a metal mask, a chest protector, and shin guards. Batters wear plastic helmets to protect their heads. Every spring in the United States, people of all ages play baseball at local baseball fields. It’s no wonder that baseball is called the national pastime of the United States. ---- Which of the following events happened first in history?
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Sample QuestionExcel will allow you to create a graph and change its colors.
A government is a system that is put in place to rule a country or large population. There exist different types of governments, some fair to the ruled while others just oppress their citizens. Can you identify the different...
Questions: 5 | Attempts: 26 | Last updated: Jun 25, 2018
Sample QuestionIn which type of government do citizens have no voting right.
Chapter 7 Section 1- What is work?
Questions: 16 | Attempts: 26 | Last updated: Jan 10, 2013
Sample QuestionWhen a force produces motion parallel to the direction of the force, ___________ is done in the scientific sense.
Put a check mark in the box next to the correct definition to the word or phrase.
Questions: 9 | Attempts: 26 | Last updated: Jan 9, 2013
Sample QuestionMost paragraphs are like little reports. They have
Complete this quiz prior to class Monday 2/6
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Sample QuestionSelect the paragraph from the section "Starting The School Day With Mindfulness" that explains how the mindfulness program at Coleman began.