May Challenges May 4th What new show is going to be based on a ride at Disney World? May 1st I can go in the water and not get wet. What am I? April Challenges April 28th I can be dropped from the tallest of buildings and survive. But drop me from the smallest ship and I won’t. What am I? April 27th Who is Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta? April 23rd Which triangle has a bigger area: 1. a triangle with sides measuring 300, 400 and 500, OR 2. a triangle with sides measuring 300, 400 and 700? April 22nd Where will you find stellar winds? A. Stars B. Oceans C. Deserts April 21st Some penguins migrate. What makes them migrate? April 15th There are 20 people in an empty, square room. Each person has full sight of the entire room and everyone in it without turning their head or body, or moving in any way (other than the eyes). Where can you place an apple so everyone but one person can see it? April 13th A person threw a baseball and threw it as hard as they could. There was nothing in front or back. There was nothing on the sides. How did it come back? April 10th Name three consecutive days without using Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday or Sunday. April 8th The highest temperature ever recorded was 134 degrees. Where was this recorded? April 7th I have a head and a tail. I do not have a body. What am I? April 6th Two fathers and two sons go fishing together in the same boat. They all catch a fish…but the total catch for the day is three fish. How is this possible? April 2nd What star is closest to the the earth? April 1st What can go up a chimney down but not down a chimney up? March Challenges March 30th I have seas without water, I have forests without wood. I have deserts without sand. I have houses with no brick. What am I? March 27th There is a hill. On the hill is a house. On the house is a porch. Under the porch is a dog. What is the name of the dog. March 26th A driver saw a snake on the road and swerved. All the street lights were out. The car lights were off. There were no lights on. How did the driver see the snake? March 25th What do you throw out when you want to use it and you take in when you don't March 24th A red house is made of red bricks, has a red wooden door and a red roof. A yellow house is made of yellow bricks, has a yellow wooden door and a yellow roof. What is a green house made out of? March 23rd What sea creature has eyes that can measure in span 16 inches across? A. The blue whale B. The squid C. The great white shark March 20th What is the myth associated with the first day of Spring? March 19th What explosive cosmic event was seen in 1987 for the first time in 383 years? A. A comet B. A meteorite C. A supernova March 18th Which country has the most tractors per person? March 17th Which one of the Great Lakes has the longest shore line? March 12th Which inventor averaged three patents a week in his lifetime? March 11th What metal turns to liquid at room temperature? March 10th Which occurs in March: a solstice or an equinox? March 9th The celebration of Holi started on Friday, March 6th and ended on Saturday, March 7th. What is Holi? A. Feast of Dance B. Feast of Song C. Feast of Color D. Feast of Spring March 6th Which Dr. Seuss character is the Cleveland School’s favorite? A. Cat in the Hat B. Lorax C. Grinch D. Horton E. Thidwick March 5th What made the two types of Snitches different? March 4th How many words did Dr. Seuss use to write “Green Eggs and Ham”? A. 121 B. 83 c. 51 March 2nd In which Dr. Seuss book is this dialogue exchanged? “Hello again” “Hello.” “And now do you like my hat?” “I do. What a hat! I like it! I like that party hat!” February Challenges February 27th How long is a Martian year? A. 365 days B. 521 days C. 686 days February 26th True or false: Gorillas do not sleep in the same nest twice. February 25th What does Ivan mean when he talks about his domain? What did the real Ivan do when he was living in a house? A. Drive a car B. Go to school C. Ride a motorcycle February 24th How did Ivan get his start as an artist? A. Julia gave him a crayon B. Mack told him to draw pictures so he could sell them C. Ivan wants to make pictures for Stella What is the name of Ivan’s sister? February 23rd What does Ivan do when he needs a break from his artwork? A. plays with his dog, Bob B. eats a banana C. eats a crayon February 13th The movement of blood through the heart is called A. the circulatory system B. the locomotion C. the ventricular system D. the heart pump February 12th The heart provides blood to your body. The blood A. provides oxygen B. provides nutrients C. carries away waste D. all of the above February 11th What is the name of the biggest artery in the body called? February 6th How many chambers does the human heart have? A. 2 B. 4 C. 6 February 5th Besides Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, what other U.S. presidents have birthdays in February? February 2nd What happens when Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog, sees his shadow on February 2nd? January Challenges January 29th What is a Ushanka? A. A Russian hat B. A Russian dog C. A Russian sled January 28th What color was the snow that fell in Siberia in February, 2007? January 21st What kind of weather do cumulonimbus clouds produce? A. Heavy rains and thunderstorms B. Dry and fine C. Light rain January 16th Who won the first Superbowl in 1967? A. the Dallas Cowboys B. the Kansas City Chiefs C. the Green Bay Packers January 15th What is the name of Martin Luther King’s famous speech? January 14th What year did Martin Luther King, Jr. win the Nobel Peace Prize? January 13th How many Superbowl games have the Patriots played in? January 12th Which is taller: the Eiffel Tower or the Statue of Liberty? January 9th Who are the Patriots playing for the AFC semi-finals? January 8th What are Mukluks? A. a type of mitten B. a type of boot C. a type of snow sled January 7th How much snow is equal to one inch of rain? A. 10 inches B. 5 inches C. 12 inches January 6th What do we use an anemometer to measure? A. Wind speed B. Visibility and fog C. Rainfall January 5th What do you call a scientist who studies the weather? A. Botanist B. Barometer C. Meteorologist December Challenges December 22nd What word does the conductor of the Polar Express punch into every ticket? December 19th How did Clara and the Nutcracker Prince travel to the Kingdom of Sweets? December 18th What does the Mouse King in “The Nutcracker” turn into? December 17th What do Parson Brown, Olaf and Frosty all have in common? December 16th What is the name of the spinning top that children play with- during Hanukkah? December 15th How many candles does a menorah hold? December 12th In “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer”, what did Hermey the elf want to be? December 11th How many gifts, in total, did the speaker in “The Twelve Days of Christmas” receive from their true love? December 10th In the television special “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”, do Bumbles bounce? December 9th What day in December is National Chocolate Day? December 8th What is the rabbit’s name in the show “Frosty the Snowman”? December 5th What are three gifts you cannot buy—but people want? December 4th The Children’s Museum in Boston is famous for its Milk Bottle Statue. If you could fill the bottle, how many gallons of milk would you need? A. B. C. D. 12,400 35,780 49,440 58,620 December 3rd What type of rock will you find a fossil? A. igneous B. sedimentary C. metamorphic D. lava December 2nd In the Ukraine, finding a spider on a Christmas tree is considered good luck. Is it true or false: that families place fake spider webs and/or spiders on their trees? December 1st There are only four words in the English language which end in “dous”. Can you name at least two of them? November Challenges November 26th We have a new pet at the Cleveland names Waffles. What kind of reptile is he? A. a Lizard B. a Gecko C. a Bearded Dragon D. a Leopard Gecko November 25th What did Charlie Brown serve his guests for Thanksgiving? A. Hot dogs and hamburgers B. Toast, Jelly beans, popcorn and pretzels C. Turkey, stuffing and gravy November 24th What is the name of the Maine resident who invented the ear muff? November 21st What was the original purpose for playdough? November 20th Who was Governor during the first Thanksgiving? A. Miles Standish B. John Alden C. Edward Southworth D. William Bradford November 19th True of false…if you smile and hold it for thirty seconds, you will live longer? A. True B. False November 18th What is the name of the Indian tribe that joined the Pilgrims for the first Thanksgiving? A. Wampanoag B. Iroquois C. Algonquin November 17th Ms. Worcester marked out 1/4-mile markers as part of this month’s Five Merry Miles. How many times would you have to walk around to complete five miles? A. 12 B. 16 C. 20 November 14th How many seconds are in two weeks? November 13th How many pounds of Halloween candy was donated by the Cleveland community to Operation Gratitude? November 12th A tomato is A. a vegetable B. a fruit C. an herb November 10th Can you name the only fruit with the seeds on the outside? November 7th What continent changes its size during the seasons? A. Africa B. North America C. Antarctica D. Asia November 6th How much is the recommended amount of fruit you should eat daily? A. one cup B. 2-1/2 cup C. 2 cups November 5th What is the original name for Veterans Day? A. Serviceman Day B. Heroes Day C. Armistice Day D. Remembrance Day November 4th How long should you wash your hands under water? October Challenges October 30th Are almonds members of the peach family? October 29th Which country presented the Statue of Liberty to the United States as a gift? October 28th What does an entomologist study? A. planets B. insects C. bones D. plants October 27th How many sides does a decagon have? A. 4 B. 6 C. 8 D 10 October 24th Long ago, what was the original Halloween trick in trick-ortreating? A. B. C. D. Ding, Dong, Ditch Singing a song to the person giving you candy Throwing water Reciting a good luck wish October 23rd How long does it take for a pumpkin to grow (starting from seed)? A. 30-60 days B. 40-80 days C. 60-90 days D. 90-120 days October 22nd If you read the food label on a container, what are two types of information that you can learn about the food? October 21st In Charlotte’s Web, what is the name of the pig? October 20th Who has a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad day? A. Charles B. Harold C. Alexander October 17th What is the smallest type of tree? A. Japanese Maple B. Bonsai C. Miniature Dwarf October 15th Where is the Illawara mountain range located? A.Asia B.Africa C.Australia October 14th Which children’s story begins with a boat being wrecked in the middle of nowhere during a storm? A.The Old Man and the Sea B.The Perfect Storm C.Swiss Family Robinson October 10th What is the hardest rock? 1.Marble 2.Granite 3.Diamond October 9th Which animal has the largest eyes? 1.Blue Whale 2.Squid 3.Ostrich October 8th What would be the best choice if you were late and missed breakfast? 1.Grab a soda and drink it on the way to school. 2.Find a granola bar and a banana to eat on the way. 3.Skip eating anything. October 7th What are the five colors of the Olympic rings? October 6th During which stage of its life cycle does a butterfly spend the MOST time eating plant leaves? !. Adult 2. Egg 3. Larva 4. Pupa October 3rd What is the largest bird? A. Ostrich B. Albatross October 2nd Which of the following BEST describes a mineral? 1. A solid natural material with a crystal structure 2. A material that was once living but has decayed 3. A liquid chemical used to make soil more fertile 4. A nutrient produced by plants that other organisms need HOW DID YOU FIGURE OUT THE CHALLENGE?
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