Unit 1
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by Linda Pidgeon
| 18 Questions
Note from the author:
Unit 1 Communities
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What is a natural characteristic?
A made by humans.
B NOT made by humans.
C a place.
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Which one is an example of a natural characteristic?
A tree
B car
C wood blocks
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What is a human characteristic?
A Something made by a person
B something a person CANNOT make.
C part of your face
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Which one is an example of a human characteristic?
A dog
B lake
C house
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Which pair of things are BOTH a human AND a natural characteristic?
A office and playground
B pond and flower
C road and toad
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Besides food and shelter, what is an example of another basic need?
A shirt
B TV
C watch
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Which is a basic need of humans?
A car
B tree
C apple
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Which is a form of transportation
A bridge
B bus
C swimming
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What is a community?
A A place where people work and play together
B A place where people live and work toether
C A place where people live, work, and play toether
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Which kind of community has a lot of buildings and a lot of people?
A suburbs
B city
C small towns
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What so you see in a small toen community?
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Wjat do ALL communities have?
A buildings
B bridges
C hills
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What do all communities NOT have?
A people
B places to live
C river
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What is the MAIN reason communities form a government?
A make laws
B keep people safe
C enforce laws
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What is something that the government does NOT do?
A make rules
B give people jobs
C decide children's allowance
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Which is an example of how the government helps us?
A Mike buys ice cream from th grocery store
B Police Officer Pat gives a ticket for speeding
C Sally goes to the park to walk her dog
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What can a judge do
A make laws for the citizens
B punish people who break the law
C help out if you get into trouble
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Who is part of a community government?
A Mayor
B Firefighter
C Teacher
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