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Published on March 21, 2014

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WELCOME TO: WELCOME TO Guess that PSSA PowerPoint Presentation:  Pick a Question Geometry Figurative Speech Punctuation $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 Homonyms Area and Perimeter Units of Measurement $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 PowerPoint Presentation: Which is a Square? A: B: C: PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: Correct Back to “Pick a Question” page PowerPoint Presentation: How many sides does a pentagon have? A: 6 B: 3 C: 5 PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What is the circumference of a circle? A: The inside of the circle B: The length of a circle C: The outline of a circle D: The top of a circle PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: Which is a simile? A: B: C: D: Sally slurped on sizzling soda. The cat is as big as a bear. The cat goes Meow. OW! Said George. PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: Which is personification A: B: C: D: Sam sells sea shells by the sea shore The wind whistled lightly. Johnny is as short as a leprechaun. The bird jumped like a kangaroo. PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation:  Which of these is using a metaphor? A: BAM! The bomb exploded. B: The traffic was a bear. C: The apple was as big as a gorilla. D: Johnny jumped out of jail. PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: Which of these sentences is written correctly? A: “Water has no taste’” koko said B: “Nice ride,” said Tony C: wow good job “said johnny ”, D: “That was cool.,” said Fred PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: Which Sentence is written correctly? A: What are you doing. B: Go Away please C: The kangaroo had a terrible sickness! D: he danced amazingly! PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: Which sentence is written correctly? A: Did you buy the bananas oranges and rutabagas? B: Where are the apples. C: Bob bought ketchup, pickles, mayonnaise and peanut butter. D: Isaac bought stuff tomorrow. PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What does the word “left” mean as used in this sentence. Turn left at interstate 70. A: Went away B: To grab and pull up C: The opposite of the right direction D: Someone who uses their left hand to throw PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What does the word “remote” mean as it is used in this sentence I was at a remote island in Hawaii A: Far apart B: Distant in time C: A device used to control things D: Distant in relationship or connection PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What does the word control mean in this sentence. My boss controls me. A: To hold in check B: To eliminate or prevent the spread of C: The act or overpowering D: To check or regulate PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What is the perimeter of the figure shown below A: 22cm B: 21cm C: 20cm D: 19cm 6cm 2cm 2cm 6cm 2cm 2cm PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What is the area of the rectangle 3cm 8cm A: 22cm 2 B: 21cm 2 C: 24cm 2 D: 25cm 2 PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: What is the area of the figure shown below 6 ¾ cm 4 ½ cm A: 30 3/8 B: 25 ¼ C: 26 ½ D: 28 5/8 PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: How many meters are in a hectometer? A:100 B:50 C:90 D:150 PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: How many feet are in 3 miles A: 15,390 B: 15,380 C: 15,480 D: 16,380 PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question PowerPoint Presentation: How many yards are in 8 miles A: 15,800 B: 15,080 C: 14,800 D: 14,080 PowerPoint Presentation: You are Wrong Back to Question

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