PSSA Party

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A game to play for PSSA preparation

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P.S.S.A. PARTY!! Project by Marie L.

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Advance to next slide to begin your party. Answer each question correctly for points. The questions will feature activities in math and reading to prepare you for P.S.S.A. It’s boys v.s. girls! The more points you have, the better the party. Now let’s start parting! How to P.S.S.A. Party

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P.S.S.A. PARTY Click on the Box Nouns Prime and Composite Numbers Metaphor Verbs Similes Metric System Area and Perimeter Alliteration Idiom Fractions Volume Onomatopoeia Antonyms Multiply And Divide More Fractions Add and Subtract The End

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Find the 3 nouns in this paragraph: Mandy loves to go to the movies on Sundays. 1 Check Your Answer Nouns

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Find the 3 nouns in this paragraph: Mandy Movies Sundays Got them all? You earned 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Nouns

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1 Check Your Answer Metaphor Which is a metaphor? She is as loud as a drum! That shirt is so ugly, it blinds your eyes when you look at it! He is as dumb as a rock!

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Which is a metaphor? B. That shirt is so ugly, it blinds you when you look at it! Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Metaphor

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Which number is NOT composite? 24 16 17 1 Check Your Answer Prime and Composite Numbers

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Click to return to the board 1 Prime and Composite Numbers Which number is NOT composite? C.17 Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party?

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1 Check Your Answer Add and Subtract Boys V.S. Girls, who can answer the problems fastest, Ready, Set, GO!!No calculators! A. 29+64= B. 108-56= C. 43+708= D. 301-64=

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Click to return to the board 1 Add and Subtract Who got the most right, first? 100 points for that team! A. 93 B. 52 C.751 D.237

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Find two verb in this section. My cat chases squirrels when they steal her food. 1 Check Your Answer Verbs

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Find two verbs in this paragraph: Chases Steal Got them correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Verbs

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Which is a simile? The stars are ballerinas. My cat is the devil! The shirt is as dark as midnight. 1 Check Your Answer Similes

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Which is a simile? C. The shirt is as dark as midnight. Click to return to the board 1 Similes

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What would you use to measure a door? Inches Feet Yards 1 Check Your Answer Metric System

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What would you use to measure a door? B. Feet Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Metric System

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1 Check Your Answer Area and Perimeter What is the correct definition for PERIMETER? The area outside of an object. The area inside of an object. The area plus the perimeter. None of the above.

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What is the correct definition of perimeter? The area outside of an object. Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Area and Perimeter

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What has alliteration? Crazy cats chase chickens. Aunt Lilly likes roses. My dog likes to dance! 1 Check Your Answer Alliteration

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Crazy cats chase chickens. Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Alliteration

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Which is an idiom? I was so mad, I could throw up! She is as old as a rock! He was so sad, he wore only black! 1 Check Your Answer Idiom

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Which is an idiom? B. She is as old as a rock! Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Idiom

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What is equal to 16/9? A.32/18 B.4/0 C. Neither 1 Check Your Answer Fractions

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What is equal to16/9? 32/18 Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Fractions

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How do you get volume for triangles? Base * Width* Height Base* Width* Height / 2 Base* Height Width* Height 1 Check Your Answer Volume

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How do you find volume for a triangle? B. Base* Width*Height / 2. Got it correct? You got 100 points your party! Click to return to the board 1 Volume

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Which is an onomatopoeia? ZZZZZZZ Meow Sang 1 Check Your Answer Onomatopoeia

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Which is an onomatopoeia? B. Meow Got it correct? You got 100 points for you party! Click to return to the board 1 Onomatopoeia

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What is an antonym for the word, RICH? Wealthy Poor Money 1 Check Your Answer Antonyms

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What is an antonym for the word RICH? B. Poor Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Antonyms

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Would you need division to solve this problem?Sally had 49 pencils she shared with 4 friends. How many pencils will everyone get? NO!! YES!! 1 Check Your Answer Multiply And Divide

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Would you need division to solve this problem?Sally had 49 pencils she shared with 4 friends. How many pencils will everyone get? B. YES!! Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Multiply And Divide

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What is 2/4 + 5/8? A.9/8 B.5/6 C.5/8 D.4/8 1 Check Your Answer More Fractions

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What is 2/4 = 5/8? 9/8 Got it correct? You got 100 points for your party! Click to return to the board 1 Complete Sentences

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And the champion is...... Got 1000- 1600 points? You had the hottest party of the year! Got 900- 500 points? You had a pretty good party! Got 400 or lower? Your party wasn’t that great.

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Tips to make YOUR P.S.S.A. Score worth a Party! Get a good night sleep! Eat a healthy breakfast! Study! RELAX!! Think Positive! Check your work! Read the questions first! Take your time! Read all the questions. GOOD LUCK!!!

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HOPE YOU LIKED P.S.S.A. PARTY!!!!!

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