Literacy Quiz

Literacy Quiz

Welcome to Educate Tutoring's Literacy Quiz! We hope you have fun 🙂

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In the word baby, which sound is /a/ making?

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The /a/ in baby makes the sound it does because of a spelling rule. Check all boxes that explain the rule.

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Below are four versions of a sentence. Which version has correct punctuation?

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Have a read of the following paragraph:

On Thursday, my class had a school excursion to visit the Tasmanian Museum. There were lots of exhibits on all sorts of different things, but my favourite was the room about dinosaurs. There were lots of interesting things to look at because they had huge pictures painted on all the walls. However, the dinosaurs in the pictures looked a bit funny because they were all covered in feathers! The teacher explained that for a long time scientists thought dinosaurs were scaly like reptiles, but now they know some dinosaurs actually had feathers. The feathers made the dinosaurs look a bit like birds, and my teacher explained that this is because birds are descended from dinosaurs.

What type of text is this?

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Have a read of the following paragraph:

On Thursday, my class had a school excursion to visit the Tasmanian Museum. There were lots of exhibits on all sorts of different things, but my favourite was the room about dinosaurs. There were lots of interesting things to look at because they had huge pictures painted on all the walls. However, the dinosaurs in the pictures looked a bit funny because they were all covered in feathers! The teacher explained that for a long time scientists thought dinosaurs were scaly like reptiles, but now they know some dinosaurs actually had feathers. The feathers made the dinosaurs look a bit like birds, and my teacher explained that this is because birds are descended from dinosaurs.

What parts of the paragraph helped you identify what type of text it was?

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Check any words that use the /oo/ as in food sound.

Hint: It doesn’t have to be made with the ‘oo’ phonogram!

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Choose the sentence that correctly uses the words therethey're and their.

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