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Which statement is FALSE?
Albert Sadacca invented the flat-bottomed paper bag.
Louis Braille invented a system of writing.
Chester Greenwood invented ear protectors.
Frank Epperson invented the Popsicle.
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Which happened FIRST in order of time?
Christmas tree lights were invented.
The flat-bottomed paper bag was invented.
Braille was invented.
The popsicle was invented.
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According to the text, why did Louis Braille want to invent a new system of writing?
So he could write messages in the middle of the night.
So he could help the military write secret codes.
So he could graduate from his school.
So he could communicate with his friends more easily.
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Which best describes how Frank Epperson invented the Popsicle?
He used an old family recipe, in his family for generations.
He tested many different formulas before finding success.
He consulted with scientists and doctors to find his idea.
He created it by accident.
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Which event caused 15-year old Albert Sadacca to invent?
A candle in a Christmas tree started a fire.
He saw a factory worker get injured.
He was ice skating and his ears got cold.
He left his lemonade on the porch.
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Which statement about Chester Greenwood is FALSE?
His grandma helped him with his invention.
He patented the concept of the Popsicle.
He was ice skating when he had his big idea.
He helped to employ people in his town for 70 years.
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Which caused Margaret E. Knight to invent at the age of 12?
She left her lemonade on the porch.
A candle in a tree started a fire.
She saw a loom worker get injured.
She wanted to better communicate with friends.
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With which statement would the author of this text most likely DISAGREE?
Women have changed the world through invention.
Children have made important discoveries.
All important discoveries happen in science labs.
People with disabilities have invented amazing things.
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Which lesson can readers learn from this text?
Kids should leave grown-up problems to the grown-ups.
Everything important has already been invented.
Age and experience are necessary to do important things.
Anybody, no matter how young, can change the world.
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Why do you believe this? Explain your answer completely.
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Which advice would the author MOST LIKELY give to young people?
All the problems in the world have already been solved.
Remain curious and think of ways to solve problems.
Only adults are smart enough to change the world.
Children should do what they are told and not ask questions.
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Which of the child inventors in this text do you find to be most inspirational or significant? Why do you feel this way? Explain your answer completely.
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Of the inventions described in this text, which do you believe is the LEAST important? Why do you think this? Explain your answer completely.
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