End-of-the-Month Pop Quiz!

I’ve got a quiz for you today and you know what that means! Submit your answers before next Monday and score 100%, and your name will be entered in a drawing for a super-duper prize! Give it a whirl. You’ll quickly “C” that the quiz is a breeze!

1. Whose birthday was celebrated during the month of March?

A. Dr. Seuss
B. Theo the cat
C. both of the above

2. In March, which green classroom visitor came but was never spotted?

A. an incredible monster
B. a jolly giant
C. a leprechaun

3. How many teachers won blog prizes in March?

A. 1,000
B. 0
C. 6

4. During March, which topics were talked about on the blog?

A. reading and construction paper
B. teacher inspiration and St. Patrick’s Day
C. all the above, all the below, and more
D. centers and the lost and found
E. nutrition and special celebrations


Thanks for responding! Congratulations to Mallory for winning our prize!

57 thoughts on “End-of-the-Month Pop Quiz!

  1. Wow! I wish all my quizzes when I was in school were this easy! 🙂
    1. C. both of the above

    2. C. a leprechaun

    3. C. 6

    4. C. all the above, all the below, and more

    Happy day!!! 🙂

  2. 1. C
    2. C
    3. C
    4. C
    I so love the mailbox. I look to it for all kinds of ideas for my PPCD (preschool program for children with disabilities) classroom all the time. In fact, I think I look to your books the most!

  3. 1. C
    2. C
    3. C
    4. C

    Hmmm..This gives me a great idea for a “fun Test” for my students tomorrow on April Fool’s Day.

    Here’s one for all of you!

    1. what is white and wet and thought to be pretty in December?
    2. what causes lots of work for road crews in the winter?
    3. What is STILL piled on the ground on March 31?
    4. What are we going to get MORE of this weekend?

    Give up? UGH! SNOW!!

  4. 1. C
    2. C
    3. C
    4. C
    Great trick. I think a quiz like this for April Fool’s Day tomorrow for my 3rd graders is in order.

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