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Prairie Storms
1.
There are four seasons in a year. How many seasons pass in two years?
2
8
6
2.
Two prairie dogs go into their burrow. It starts raining, so three more prairie dogs go into the burrow, but one also comes out of the burrow. How many prairie dogs are in the burrow now?
4
5
6
3.
If the record low temperature for your town is 25° F and the record high temperature is 100° F, how big is the temperature difference between the record low and record high temperatures in your town?
65° F
75° F
85° F
4.
If it rained a total of 30 inches last year, but it only rained a total of 17 inches this year, how many more inches did it rain last year than it did this year?
13 inches
15 inches
18 inches
5.
A groundhog hibernates for all of December and January, both of which have 31 days, and then for two more weeks in February. How many days did he hibernate for?
62 days
68 days
76 days
6.
Prairies used to cover about 31% of the United States, but now they only cover about 18%. What fraction is closest to 18%?
1/3
1/4
1/5
7.
There were fifteen Sandhill Cranes living in a certain marsh, but 2/3 of them decided to migrate early. How many Sandhill Cranes are still in the marsh?
5
8
10
8.
A family of four foxes goes hunting for field mice to eat, and each fox catches three mice. How many mice did the family catch all together?
8
10
12
9.
It starts flooding, and twelve prairie dogs go into a burrow that only has four safe air pockets. How many prairie dogs will have to fit into each air pocket?
3
4
6
10.
It snows 3 inches every day for a week. How much snow falls during the entire week?
18 inches
21 inches
24 inches
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