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Help on the farm with daily chore and practice your Math and Reading Skills!

FAST Test Prep:FARM ESCAPE ROOM

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Collect chicken eggs for each correct answer

Chickens and their eggs

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The graph shows the number of cups of water Beatrice drinks each day for five days. How many cups of water does Beatrice drink on Day 4?

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205 unite cubes

50 unit cubes

103 unit cubes

A right rectangular prism is partially filled with unit cubes, as shown. How many more unit cubes are needed to completely fill the right rectangular prism?

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35 tens + 71 hundredths + 4 thousandths

35 ones + 71 hundredths + 4 thousandths

35 ones + 71 thousandths + 4 tenths

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Decompose the following number correctly: 35.714

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(7 + 3) + (2 x _)

7 + 3 x (2 x _)

(7 + 3) x 2 x _

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An expression with a missing number is show: 7 +3 x 2 x _Select the expression that is equivalent to the given expression.

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Well done!Happy chickens

Cluck, Cluck...

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Milk the cows for each correct answer

Cows and their milk

It shows why Mr. Agbele wants to get up at dawn.

It explains why the rooster loves the watch.

It explains why the rooster uses certain words.

Milking

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How does the setting of West Africa add to the plot of the passage?

It stresses how much Mr. Agbele loves the rooster for signaling each hour.

It stresses how upset Mr. Agbele is because the rooster is always interrupting his studying.

It shows that Mr. Agbele thinks that the rooster is a bad friend for ignoring his advice.

Milking

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Read this excerpt from the passage: "I have read that time flies when a person is enjoying himself. Thanks to you, for me time crawls like a worm, like a snai! I am truly at my wits' end!" (paragraph 16)Which effect does the phrase "time crawls like a worm, like a snail" have on the passage?

caught

crunched

crashed

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Read this excerpt from the passage: "They collided with an awful cofusion of feathers, squaks, and broken branches." (paragraph 19)What does collided mean?

The rooster's skill to work a watch makes him want to give watches to all the roosters.

The rooster's cleverness makes Mr. Agbele expect to hear from him all day long.

The rooster's talks with Mr. Agbele lead the rooster to do something careless.

Milking

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How does the giving the rooster human features move the plot forward?

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Well done!Happy cows

Mmoooo...

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Feed the pigs for each correct answer

Pigs and their food

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The table shows the amount of rainwater three students gatherWho gathers the most rainwater?

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Damien

Taylor

Veronica

all three were the same

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The table shows the amount of rainwater three students gatherWho gathers the most rainwater?

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Damien

Taylor

Veronica

all three were the same

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Damien

Taylor

Veronica

all three were the same

The table shows the amount of rainwater three students gatherWho gathers the least rainwater?

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Rebekah makes a quilt using red, blue, and purple fabric. She uses yards of red fabricShe uses yards of blue fabric How much fabric has Rebekah used so far?

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Rebekah makes a quilt using red, blue, and purple fabric. She uses yards of red fabricShe uses yards of blue fabric How much fabric has Rebekah used so far?

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Feed

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Rebekah makes a quilt using red, blue, and purple fabric. She uses yards of red and blue fabricShe uses an additional yards of purple fabric How much fabric has Rebekah used so far?

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Well done!happy pigs

OinK, oink...

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Shearing sheep wool for each correct answer

Sheep and their wool

by describing how Boston Cooking School began

by describing how cooking has changed over time

by describing the life of an inspiring cook

Shearing

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Passage 1

Passage 2

How does the author develop the purpose of Passage 1?

They suggest that cooks must be trained at cooking schools.

They prove how rewarding it is to follow cooking recipes.

They provide examples of measurements that require cooks to guess.

Shearing

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Passage 1

Passage 2

Read this sentence from paragraph 3 of passage 1: "While teaching the neighbors' young daughter to cook,Farmer realized that her instructions to use a 'pinch' of this or a 'lump' of that were not terribly helpful. How do the terms "pinch" and "lump" support the claim taht recipes rely on attention to detail?

It is smooth.

It is flexible.

It is prickly.

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Passage 1

Passage 2

Read this sentence from Passage 2: "Take pastry flour in the hand; close hand tightly, open and flour will be in shape, having impression of the lines of the hand, and sfeeling soft and velvety to touch" (paragraph 18)What does the word "velvety" in this sentence explain about the flour?

The cause-and-effect structure demonstrates why baked bread uses yeast to rise.

The compare-and-contrast structure explains which flour to use when baking bread.

The chronological structure lists the steps to prepare the flour for baking bread.

Shearing

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Passage 1

Passage 2

In Passage 2, how does the structure of paragraph 18 affect the meaning of the passage?

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Well done!Happy sheep

Beeeehehe...

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All right, daily chores done!

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