Math Reading Science Practice Test for Grade 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5    
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Grade: 2,    Subject: LanguageArts,    Topic: Reading Non-Fiction
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Recommended Daily Protein Intake


Grams of protein needed each day

Children ages 1 - 3
Children ages 4 - 8
Children ages 9 - 13
Girls ages 14 - 18
Boys ages 14 - 18
Women ages 19 - 70 and over
Men ages 19 - 70 and over

Question 1:
How much protein do children ages 9-13 need everyday?

46 grams34 grams

56 grams43 grams
Question 2:
How much protein does a 15 years old boy need everyday?


6952 grams
Question 3:
Who needs more than 55 grams of protein everyday?

Women ages 19 - 70 and overBoys ages 14 - 18

Men ages 19 - 70 and overChildren ages 9 - 13
Question 4:
How much protein do girls ages 14 - 18 need everyday?

46 grams56 grams

13 grams19 grams
Question 5:
Who needs less than 15 grams of protein everyday?

Women ages 19 - 70 and overChildren ages 1 - 3

Children ages 4 - 8Men ages 19 - 70 and over
Question 6:
Where are vitamins found?

in water we drinkin foods we eat

in air we breathein clothes we wear
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Vitamins are substances that are needed for the human body to work correctly. Vitamins are found in foods we eat. There are many types of vitamins and each one plays a special role in the growth of human body. For example:
Vitamin D is found in milk. It helps in the development of bones.
Vitamin A is found in carrots. It makes eyes healthier.
Vitamin C is found in oranges. It helps body heal if you get a cut.
Vitamin B is found in leafy green vegetables. It helps the body make protein and energy.

There are two types of vitamins:
  • fat soluble

  • water soluble

  • Fat-soluble vitamins are stored in the fat tissues in your body and in your liver. They wait around in your body fat until your body needs them. They are not needed every day in the diet. Vitamins A, D, E, and K are all fat-soluble vitamins.

    Water-soluble vitamins dissolve in water and are not stored; they are eliminated in urine. We need a continuous supply of them in our diets. The water-soluble vitamins are the Vitamin B and vitamin C.

    Question 7:
    Which vitamin helps your bone?

    Vitamin CVitamin A

    Vitamin BVitamin D
    Question 8:
    What does Vitamin C do?

    helps your boneshelps you see at night

    helps your body heal if you get a cuthelps you muscles
    Question 9:
    Which of the following is a good source of Vitamin A?


    Question 10:
    Which of the following is NOT a Fat-soluble vitamin?

    Vitamin DVitamin E

    Vitamin AVitamin C
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