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In which country do you live: Canada, United States, or Mexico?
United States
Our country is made up of fifty parts. What are these parts called?
States
A _____________ is a drawing of part of the Earth on a flat piece of paper.
map
What is the name of the state in which you live?
Michigan
The largest bodies of water on Earth are called _____
oceans
A map's symbols are small drawings of real things. What symbol might be used to show an airport?
airplane
A capital city is where the government leaders work. What is the name of your state's capital city?
Lansing
Are the largest bodies on Earth called mountains, continents, or countries?
continents
Is the United States a city, a state, or a country?
country
A map's key "unlocks" what the symbols stand for on a map. What symbol might stand for a highway?
one or two lines
Which map would show the most land, one of your state or one of your city?
state
Name two of the Earth's four oceans.
Correct answers: Atlantic, Arctic, Indian, or Pacific
Besides ocean, what other bodies of water can be found on Earth?
lakes, ponds, streams, rivers, seas
Which has water all around it, a lake or an island?
island
There are seven big land areas on Earth called continents. Which one of these continents do you live on?
North America
Which usually has more people living in it, a city or a neighborhood?
city
A globe is a model of the Earth. What color is the symbol for water on a globe?
blue
In the Bible story, who built an ark?
Noah
In the Bible story, who fought the battle of Jericho?
Joshua
In the Bible story, who was hidden in a basket and floated down the river?
Moses
In the Bible story, who was the Son of God?
Jesus
What is the double of 5?
10
What is the double of 7?
14
What is the double of 12?
24
What is half of 6?
3
What is half of 16?
8
What is half of 20?
10
How much is a quarter plus a dime?
35 cents
How much is 4 dimes?
40 cents
How much is 3 dimes and two nickels?
40 cents
What is the Bible?
A collection of letters and stories, written by men who were inspired by God to teach the world of His love for them, and how to live.
How many books are there in the Bible?
66
What are the Two divisions of the Bible called?
Old Testament and New Testament
What does testament mean?
Covenant, contract, or agreement
How many books in the Old Testament?
39
In what language was the Old Testament written?
Hebrew
How many books in the New Testament?
27
In what language was the New Testament written?
Greek
How may men did God inspire to write the Bible?
about 40
How many years did it take to write the Bible?
about 1600 years
Which book of the Bible tells us about the beginnings of the world?
Genesis
What are the four Gospels?
Matthew, Mark, Luke and John
What does the word "gospel" mean?
Good news
What is the theme of the four Gospels?
The life and teachings of Jesus
Who wrote more books of the Bible than any other man?
Paul
Which ocean touches Alaska: the Atlantic or the Arctic?
Arctic
What is the name of the capital city for all of the United States?
Washington, D.C.
What part of a map tells you what the symbols mean?
The key or legend
Is the state of North Dakota above or below the state of South Dakota on a map?
Above
Which of the oceans does not end with the letter "c"?
The Indian Ocean
What are the seven continents of the world?
Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America, Australia and Antarctica
Most cities on a map have a black dot next to them. What do we call this black dot: a key, a symbol, or a direction?
symbol
Which is Canada: a country, a city, or a state?
Country
Which has land all around it, a lake or an ocean?
Lake
What kinds of things would you expect to find on a map of your school?
Principal's office, classrooms, cafeteria, restrooms, playgound, drinking fountains, library, music room, gym
Borders are things that show where one place starts and another ends. How are borders between states usually shown on a map?
Lines
Name the two states that do not touch or border any other state.
Alaska, Hawaii
How much do five nickels equal?
25 cents
How much do five dimes equal?
50 cents
How much do five quarters equal?
$1.25
Which note gets one count?
quarter note
Which note gets four counts?
whole note
Which note needs another one just like itself to equal one count?
eighth note
Which note gets two counts?
half note
Which note gets three counts?
dotted half note
Which note gets one and a half counts?
dotted quarter note
Which note would equal a dotted quarter note plus an eighth note?
half note
Which note would equal a dotted half note plus a quarter note?
whole note
Which rest gets the same number of counts as a quarter note?
quarter rest
Which rest gets the same number of counts as a half note?
half rest
Which rest gets the same number of counts as a whole note?
whole rest
Which rest looks like a hat: a half rest or a whole rest?
half rest
Which rest looks like a hole under the ground: a half rest or a whole rest?
whole rest
What note is on the third line of the treble clef?
B
What note is on the third line of the bass clef?
D