Common Core: 1st Grade English Language Arts : Identify Real-Life Connections Between Words and Their Uses: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.1.5.C

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Example Question #1 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

A chair and a couch could both be used for what?

Possible Answers:

Running 

Sitting 

Traveling 

Holding 

Correct answer:

Sitting 

Explanation:

A chair and a couch are both pieces of furniture that you could sit on. 

You would not travel, hold, or run on a chair or a couch. 

"Sitting" is the correct answer. 

Example Question #2 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Chicken, noodles, and vegetables could all be used for what?

Possible Answers:

Running

Sitting 

Travel

Soup

Correct answer:

Soup

Explanation:

Chicken, noodles, and vegetables could be used to make soup. 

You would not travel or run with chicken, noodles, and vegetables. Also, you would not sit with chicken, noodles, and vegetables.

Example Question #1 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

What do cars, trucks, and trains all have in common?

Possible Answers:

They are all ways to travel from one place to another

They are all the same shape

They all have the same number of wheels

They are all the same color

Correct answer:

They are all ways to travel from one place to another

Explanation:

They can all be any color and trains tend to have lots of wheels compared to cars that have four. But they’re all used for travel.

Example Question #4 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Crayons, markers, and colored pencils can all be used for what?

Possible Answers:

Cooking

Cleaning

Coloring

Singing

Correct answer:

Coloring

Explanation:

You would not use crayons, markers, and colored pencils to cook, clean, and sing. You can use all three of them while coloring.

Example Question #5 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Lettuce, dressing, and croutons can all be used for what?

Possible Answers:

Making spaghetti

Making a cake

Making a salad

Making a smoothie

Correct answer:

Making a salad

Explanation:

While you can make a smoothie, spaghetti, and a cake you would not use lettuce, dressing, and croutons to make any of them. You would use lettuce, dressing, and croutons to make a salad.

Example Question #6 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Dirt, seeds, and a watering can are all used for what?

Possible Answers:

Planting a garden

Singing a song

Painting a picture

Watching a movie

Correct answer:

Planting a garden

Explanation:

While painting a picture, singing a song, and watching are all fun activities; dirt, seeds, and a watering can are best used for planting a garden.

Example Question #7 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Cake, candles, and balloons are all used for what?

Possible Answers:

Going boating

Having a birthday party

Going fishing

Going swimming

Correct answer:

Having a birthday party

Explanation:

A cake, candles, and balloons are all things you would have for a birthday party. You wouldn’t use any of those three things to go swimming, fishing, or boating.

Example Question #8 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Pepperoni, cheese, and sauce can all be used for what?

Possible Answers:

Making a pizza

Riding a bike

Making a bed

Playing the piano

Correct answer:

Making a pizza

Explanation:

Pepperoni, cheese, and sauce are all ingredients used to make a pizza. You would not use any of them to make a bed, ride a bike, or play the piano.

Example Question #9 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

Reading, writing, and doing homework are all done for what?

Possible Answers:

Getting a haircut

Getting good grades

Walking a dog

Washing a car

Correct answer:

Getting good grades

Explanation:

Reading, writing, and doing your homework all help you get good grades. You would not do any of those things to get a haircut, wash a car, or walk a dog.

Example Question #10 : Identify Real Life Connections Between Words And Their Uses: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.1.5.C

A football, basketball, and baseball are all used for what?

Possible Answers:

Playing the flute

Running a race

Cooking dinner

Playing sports

Correct answer:

Playing sports

Explanation:

A football, basketball, and baseball are all used for playing sports. You would not use any of those three balls to play the flute, run a race, or cook dinner.

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