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Grade Level Estimation: 1st
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Your students will love these daily challenge activities. You can post clues day-by-day, or use the entire passage at once.
Most of the worksheets on this page align with the Common Core Standards. To see CCSS connections, simply click the apple core icon ().
1st GradeA1 - Flag Free
Read the daily clues about the American Flag and have kids guess the mystery object.A2 - Popcorn Free
Can your students figure out the mystery food with these clues?A3 - Vet Member
Who helps pets, farm, animals, and zoo animals? Students use the daily clues to solve the mystery.A4 - Raisin Member
It's a small food that you might find in your cereal. Will your students be able to figure out the answer?A5 - Barn Member
What type of building is a large, red house where animals live? Challenge your students to figure out the answer.A6 - Egg Member
I am white or brown on the outside. I am yellow and white on the inside. You can fry me, bake me, or boil me.A7 - Tree Member
I am used to make pencils and paper. Animals make their homes in me. I give shade on hot, summer days.
2nd GradeB1 - White House Free
Read the article or daily clues to see if your students can determine the mystery place.B2 - Watermelon Member
Learn about watermelons this week, with these challenge clues.B3 - Sand Member
Sand is the answer to this tricky challenge.B4 - Home Member
After reading these tricky clues, will students be able to guess the mystery place?B5 - Marshmallow Member
Did you know how the marshmallow got its name? I didn't before I read this.B6 - Ants Member
I am sometimes called a groundnut or a goober-pea. I am used to make medicine, soap, paint, and kitty litter.B7 - Skunk Member
I am a black and white animal that can be found in North America. I am the size of a house cat. Don't make me mad or I'll let out a terrible odor.
3rd GradeC1 - Pizza Member
Students try to determine the mystery food by reading the daily clues.C2 - Aardvark Member
What unusual African animal could these clues be describing?C3 - Spiders Member
Living creatures with 8 eyes? What could these clues be describing?C4 - Peanut Member
I am sometimes called a groundnut or a goober-pea. I am used to make medicine, soap, paint, and kitty litter.C5 - Penguin Member
We are birds, but we don't fly. Most birds are afraid of people, but we are not. We all live in the Southern Hemisphere.C6 - Chocolate Member
I am made from a bean. Long ago I was used to make a bitter drink. Today I am found in candy, cake, and even ice cream.C7 - Goat Member
I was one of the first animals to be tamed by humans. I am smart and curious, which explains why I often escape from my pen.C8 - Polar Bear Member
I am an animal with black skin and a black tongue. I mostly eat seals, but I can even eat some types of whales. My fur is white and I live in Alaska, Greenland, and Canada.
4th GradeD1 - Bats Member
Students read the daily clues to guess the mystery animals.D2 - Cell Member
In this tricky challenge activity, students will learn many new facts abut cells.D3 - Owls Member
What flat-faced animal lives in trees and on the edges of cliffs?D4 - Jefferson Member
Which man was the third president of the USA and writer of the Declaration of Independence?D5 - California Member
In the 1850s, I became a state. Many people looked for gold here, which is why it is known as the "Golden State."D6 - Tarantula Member
Some people think I'm scary. Others think I make a great pet. People in Cambodia think I make a tasty snack.D7 - Octopus Member
Scientists say that I am one of the smartest invertebrates. If you put me in a tank, I may be able to figure out how to escape.
5th GradeE1 - George Washington Carver Member
What famous black agriculturalist was known as the 'Plant Doctor' and discovered 300 ways to use peanuts?E2 - Plaque Member
People have been trying to get rid of me for a hundreds of years. They once used crushed bone and oyster shells to do away with me.E3 - Antarctica Member
I am a place. It's summer here from November through February. In the winter it's dark all the time. In December and January it can be light for up to 20 hours a day.E4 - William Seward Member
I served as Secretary of State under Presidents Lincoln and Johnson. I am most famous for purchasing Alaska for the United States.E5 - Paul Revere Member
I worked as a goldsmith and silversmith. Perhaps I could be called The Marvelous Messenger because I warned American colonists that British troops were planning to arrest them.
Blank TemplatesBlank - 'What Am I?' Member
Blank template for writing your own ' What am I?' challenges.Blank - 'What Are We?' Member
Blank template for writing your own 'What are we?' challenges.Blank - 'Who Am I?' Member
Blank template for writing your own 'Who am I?' challenges.Blank - 'Who Are We?' Member
Blank template for writing your own 'Who are we?' challenges.
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