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  • Question 1
    180 seconds
    Q. Cinderella is kind, sweet, and charming, while her step sisters are mean and cruel.  How are Cinderella and her step sisters different?
    answer choices
    They both want to marry the prince.
    The step sisters are kind, but Cinderella is not.
    Cinderella is kind, but her step sisters are not.
  • Question 2
    180 seconds
    Q. Kate lived in a large house with many animals. Her best friend, Jill, lived in a small house without pets.  How were the friends' homes different?
    answer choices
    Kate had a large house, but Jill's was small.
    Kate doesn't have pets, but Jill does.
    Both Kate and Jill have homes.
  • Question 3
    180 seconds
    Q. The Fourth of July and Veteran's Day are both U.S. holidays.  However, the Fourth of July celebrates our independence and Veteran's Day celebrates military veterans.  How are these holidays different?
    answer choices
    Both holidays are celebrated in the U.S.
    Fourth of July celebrates independence, while Veteran's Day celebrates veterans.
    Both holidays are in the summer.
  • Question 4
    180 seconds
    Q. I have a pet dog and cat in my house.  My dog, Spot, likes to chew on his bone, while my cat, Stripes, likes to sleep.  They both love to cuddle with me on the couch.  How are my pets similar? 
    answer choices
    They both chew on things.
    They both love to cuddle.
    They both sleep a lot.
  • Question 5
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    Q. A teacher and a doctor both work with many people every day.  The teacher works with children at the school, however, the doctor sees patients at the hospital.  How are a teacher and doctor alike?
    answer choices
    They work with children.
    They work in hospitals.
    They work with many people.
  • Question 6
    30 seconds
    Q. The key word same
    answer choices
    Contrast
    Compare
  • Question 7
    30 seconds
    Q. The key word another is…
    answer choices
    Compare
    Both
    Contrast
  • Question 8
    30 seconds
    Q. The key word except is…
    answer choices
    Compare
    Contrast
  • Question 9
    30 seconds
    Q. The key word different is…
    answer choices
    Contrast
    Compare
  • Question 10
    30 seconds
    Q.
    What two things are being compared in this picture?
    answer choices
    apples and oranges
    grapes and bananas
  • Question 11
    30 seconds
    Q. what does it mean to compare things?
    answer choices
    look at differences
    look at similarities
  • Question 12
    30 seconds
    Q. what does it mean to contrast things?
    answer choices
    look at differences
    look at similarities 
  • Question 13
    30 seconds
    Q. what type of story structure looks at similarities and differences of a text?
    answer choices
    compare and contrast
    sequence
  • Question 14
    30 seconds
    Q.
    what two things are being compared in this picture?
    answer choices
    minions and spongebob
    houses and trees
  • Question 15
    30 seconds
    Q.
    what is one difference between the two in this picture?
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    one is red and one is orange
    one is good and one is not
  • Question 16
    30 seconds
    Q.
    what is one thing that is the same in this picture?
    answer choices
    they are both yellow 
    they are green
  • Question 17
    300 seconds
    Q. Ice-cream is a delicious frozen treat that comes in a many different colors and flavors. Two of my favorite flavors are strawberry and chocolate. Though both of these flavors are delicious, strawberry may contain pieces of fruit while chocolate usually will not. Even though more chocolate ice-cream is sold across the country annually than strawberry, each flavor tastes great inside of a milk shake.  What two things are being compared and contrasted?
    answer choices
    chocolate and strawberry ice cream
    vanilla and chocolate ice cream
    pizza and chips
    soda and water
  • Question 18
    900 seconds
    Q. The Twins   Sarah and Ruth are twins. They were born on the same day and look alike. But Sarah and Ruth are very different people. Sarah is shy and quiet but Ruth is not shy and she loves talking to people. Sarah’s favorite school class is math, but Ruth’s favorite class is reading. The twins each have a pet. Sarah has a cat named Sally and Ruth has a pet bird named Polly. There are also more differences in the twins. Sarah’s favorite color is pink and Ruth’s favorite color is blue. Ruth likes to eat vegetables, but Sarah doesn’t like many vegetables. Also, Ruth’s favorite drink is fruit juice while Sarah’s favorite drink is milk. The twins look alike, but they are different on the inside and they are still best friends. Sarah and Ruth love each other very much. Both Sarah and Ruth...
    answer choices
    look alike
    are shy and quiet
    love the color purple
    enjoy celebrating their birthday
  • Question 19
    900 seconds
    Q. Thousands of years ago the native people of North America had to build houses that fit their life. One kind of house was a tipi. The Plains people lived in tipis. Tipis were easy to put up and take down. In fact, it only took about half an hour to build a tipi. This was perfect for the Plains people who spent their time hunting and hunting animal.   The Inuit, who lived in the cold Artic region, spent part of the year living in Igloos. Igloos were temporary homes like tipis. However, they were built for the cold winter months whereas a tipi could be used year round. Both tipis and igloos had one main room that the family lived in and were usually made for a single family. Tipis and igloos were made of very different materials. Igloos were made from blocks of snow stacked on top of each other, while tipis were made of buffalo hide, tree branches or grass. The shape of tipis and igloos were also different. Tipis were cone-shaped, using three or four poles for support, in contrast, igloos were dome-shaped. One similarity between igloos and tipis was that both....
    answer choices
    Contained one main room for the family to use
    Were made with sticks and mud
    Served as temporary housing
    Were used only during the winter months
  • Question 20
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    Q. 2.Frogs and toads can live in the water and on the land. They both catch food with long, sticky tongues. They eat insects and small animals. You can tell them apart by their bodies. Frogs have long, strong back legs and thin, moist skin. Toads have shorter back legs and drier skin.  What two things are we comparing?
    answer choices
    legs and twigs
    frogs and toads
    cats and dogs
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