Warm-up (20 in Cadence)
Parking Spot Shuffle
First Grade (Suicides)
- True or false, a platypus is a mammal?
- Who was the 16th President of the United States?
- What causes tides?
- What is the force that causes objects to fall to the ground?
- What is the biggest organ in the human body?
- How many face cards are in a regular deck of playing cards?
- The first day of the 20th century was what day?
- What is the largest number that can be pronounced with a single syllable?
- What is the plural of “moose”?
- In the story about the boy who cried wolf, what is the lesson?
- What is the term for a word that is similar in meaning to another word?
- What type of words should be capitalized?
- How many continents are there?
Second Grade (Five 4✕4s)
- Which national flag is white with a red circle in the center?
- What gas do plants breathe in that humans and animals breathe out?
- Earth is located in what galaxy?
- True or false, bats are mammals?
- What is the area of a triangle with a height of 4 and a width of 4?
- 2 dozen kittens and 3 dozen puppies get adopted from the shelter. How many animals were adopted?
- What number is the Roman numeral XVI?
- What type of literature features magical creatures, such as giants, gnomes, and goblins?
- Is “red” an adjective or a noun?
- What is the term for a word that has the opposite meaning of another word?
- What are the comparative and superlative forms of the word “big”?
- Which state is called the Lone Star state?
- In what country is the famous Taj Mahal located?
Third Grade (Bear Crawl, Crawl Bear)
- One inch is equal to how many centimeters?
- What river forms the boundary between Indiana and Kentucky?
- What is the hardest naturally occurring mineral?
- What is the closest planet to the sun?
- The process by which plants eat and create energy is called what?
- When writing out a fraction, the numbers above and below the vinculum are called what?
- If the first person takes 25% of the cake and the second person takes 20% of the remainder, how much of the original cake remains?
- How many grams are in a thousand kilograms?
- The person in a novel who tells the story from a third-person perspective is called a what?
- Adding conjunctions such as “and” or “but” turns a simple sentence into what type of sentence?
- Who is the author of James and the Giant Peach?
- The main series of events in a story is called a what?
- What is the longest river in the world?
- On what continent is the country of Greece located?
- What is the capital of New York?
- How many Great Lakes are there in the United States?
Fourth Grade (Aiken Legs: 4 Squats, 4 Odin hops, 4 Lunges (4 each leg), 4 Split Jacks (4 each leg forward)
- Which blood type is known as the universal recipient?
- The great sphinx in Egypt has the head of a man and the body of what species of animal?
- What is the part of the eye that controls how much light enters?
- What planet is nicknamed the “Red Planet”?
- How long does the Earth take to revolve once around the sun?
- If a train leaves the station and travels at 60 kilometers per hour, how much time will have passed when it arrives at a station 300 kilometers away?
- The interior angles of a triangle always sum to how many degrees?
- A farmer notices that every day for the past 10 days, the number of pigeons in his field has doubled. There are 1024 pigeons in the field today, and there were 2 pigeons there the first day. How many pigeons were there yesterday?
- What is the main character in a story called?
- What type of word is “truthfully?”
- In this book titled The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, what is the last comma called?
- A story conveying a moral lesson is called what?
- What do you call a group of crows?
- Where is the largest desert in the world located? What area in which continent?
- How many kingdoms are part of the United Kingdom?
- Which country is the largest in size?
- The United States and Mexico are separated by which river?
- What is the southernmost continent called?
Fifth Grade (BOMB: 5 Burpees, 5 Overhead Claps, 5 Merkins, 5 Big Boy Sit-ups)
- The hundred years war of the 14th and 15th centuries was primarily fought between England and what other country?
- What is the most abundant element in the universe?
- What are the three states of matter?
- The Earth has 4 layers, the thickest of which is the mantle. What is the thinnest layer called?
- Animals without backbones are known as what?
- What species can live on both water and land?
- A hexagon has how many sides?
- You collect 48 pieces of Halloween candy. Your parents say you can eat 2 pieces per day, plus an extra piece on Saturdays and Sundays. How many weeks will it take to finish all of your candy?
- Who is the creator of the classic book characters Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn?
- The words “the,” “an,” and “a,” are known as what in English grammar?
- Who is the author of the 1960 novel about social and racial inequality To Kill a Mockingbird?
- What is the name of the most famous English playwright?
- What is the main language spoken in the Canadian province of Quebec?
- Which country is both an island and a continent?
- What is the name of the sea bordered by Europe to the north and North Africa to the south?
- What is the mountain range that includes Mount Everest?