Math Reading Science Practice Test for Grade 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5    
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Grade: 3,    Subject: LanguageArts,    Topic: Reading Biography Instructions
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Helen Adams Keller was born on 27 June 1880 in Tuscumbia, a small rural town in Northwest Alabama, USA. Her father, Captain Arthur Henley Keller, was a cotton plantation owner and the editor of a local newspaper. Helen's mother, Kate Adams Keller, was a Memphis belle who was twenty years younger than her husband.

Helen was a bright and lively infant, but at the age of 19 months she had a fever which left her blind and deaf. The illness was diagnosed as brain fever at the time. As Helen Keller grew up she became wild and disobedient, and had little real understanding of the world around her.

As Helen approached the age of 7, her parents visited Alexander Graham Bell in Washington D.C. because he was an activist in deaf education. Bell recommended the Perkins School for the Blind in Boston. A recent graduate of the school, Anne Sullivan, also known as Annie, was offered the position of tutor. In March, 1887, Annie arrived in Tuscumbia to live with the Kellers as governess.
Question 1:
What was the name of Helen Keller's father?

Alexander Graham BellCaptain Olsen Henley Keller

Captain Arthur Henley KellerCaptain Martin Keller
Question 2:
Which of the following is the birthplace of Helen Keller?

Paris, FranceOakwood, Oklahoma

Memphis, TennesseeAlabama, USA
Question 3:
How old was Helen Keller when she lost her sight and hearing?

19 Years19 Months

7 Years20 Years
Question 4:
What is the meaning of "deaf"?

A person who can not talkA person who can not see

A person who can not walkA person who can not hear
Question 5:
What school did Anne Sullivan graduate from?

Perkins School for the Blind in Washington D.C.Perkins School for the Blind in Memphis

Perkins School for the Blind in BostonPerkins School for the Blind in Alabama
Question 6:
Which of the following is NOT an equipment used in Cricket?


See the following text/image to answer questions 6 through 10
Cricket is a bat-and-ball sport played by two teams, usually of eleven players each. A cricket match is played on a oval shaped grass field, ranging in size from about 90 to 150 metres. In the center of the field is a flat strip of ground 22 yards long, called a pitch. At each end of the pitch is a construction of three parallel wooden stakes (known as stumps) driven vertically into the ground, with two small crosspieces (known as bails) laid across the top of them. This wooden structure is called a wicket.

The bowler, a player from the fielding team, hurls the ball from the vicinity of one wicket towards the other. The ball usually bounces once before reaching the batsman, a player from the opposing team. In defense of the wicket, the batsman plays the ball with a wooden cricket bat. Meanwhile, the other members of the bowler's team stand in various positions around the field as fielders, players who retrieve the batted ball in an effort to stop the batsman scoring, and if possible to get him or her out.
The batsman, if he or she does not get out (for example if the bowled ball hits the wicket, or if a fielder catches the ball off the bat before it bounces), may run between the wickets, exchanging ends with a second batsman (the non-striker), who has been waiting near the bowler's wicket. Each completed exchange of ends scores one run, and the match is won by the team that scores more runs.
Question 7:
How many players are there in each Cricket Team?


Question 8:
What is the length of the pitch?

12 yards8 yards

22 yards32 yards
Question 9:
How many stumps are there at each end of the pitch?


Question 10:
What is the approximate length of a Cricket field?

90 to 150 meters90 to 100 meters

50 to 100 meters9 to 15 meters
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