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Young Einsteins Club

"For students interested in life-long learning!"

Albert Einstein

The YOUNG EINSTEINS CLUB is an individual "on-your-own" challenge for those students interested in achieving "above and beyond" the normal classroom expectations. All you have to do is learn all about any of the challenges listed below. You can become a 1 star member... all the way up to a 100 stars member!

Test yourself... how much of this do you already know?

Remember... learning is a life-long process!

THE CHALLENGES...

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SOCIAL STUDIES
1) Identify the 7 continents and 5 oceans on a map.
2) Identify 15 world countries and the continent in which they are located on a map.
3) Identify 15 major world cities and the country they are located on a map.
4) Name 15 types of dwellings.
5) Name 10 South American and Central American countries.
6) Name 10 countries bordering the Pacific Ocean.
7) Name 10 countries in Europe.
8) Name 10 countries in Africa
9) Name 10 countries in Asia.
10) Name 10 major world rivers and the country/continent they are located.
11) Identify 6 other major bodies of water on a map.
12) Name 10 large deserts of the world.
13) Name 10 large lakes in North America.
14) Name 10 major mountains or mountain ranges.
15) Name the 50 states.
16) Write the names of the 50 states on a map.
17) Name the 50 state capitals.
18) Name the original 13 American Colonies.
19) Name 10 Native American Tribes.
20) Name 10 religions of the world (including the five largest).
21) Label 20 counties on a map of Tennessee.
22) Name 10 state symbols of Tennessee.
23) Name 10 major historical landmarks in Tennessee.
24) Label 10 major cities on a map of Tennessee.
25) Label 20 major cities in the United States on a map.
26) Name 5 Civil War battlefields and their locations.
27) Name the 1st - 10th Presidents in order.
28) Name the 11th - 20th Presidents in order.
29) Name the 21st - 30th Presidents in order.
30) Name the 31st - current Presidents in order.

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SCIENCE
31) Name 10 species of fresh water fish.
32) Name 10 ocean creatures.
33) Name 10 mammals.
34) Name 10 vertebrate animals.
35) Name 10 invertebrate animals.
36) Name 15 desert animals.
37) Name 10 amphibians.
38) Name 10 reptiles.
39) Name 10 dinosaurs.
40) Name 10 species of birds.
41)

Name 10 rain forest birds or mammals.

42) Name 10 deciduous trees.
43) Name 10 rocks or minerals.
44) Name 10 chemicals and their chemical symbols.
45) Name 10 constellations.
46) Name 10 organs in the human body.
47) Name 4 types of clouds.
48) Name 5 inventors and their inventions.
49) Name 5 human body systems and their functions.
50) Name the stages of the water cycle.
51) Name the order of the colors in the rainbow.
52) Label the major bones of the skeleton.
53) Name the order of the planets in the solar system.

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LANGUAGE ARTS
54) Name 20 verbs.
55) Name 15 adjectives.
56) Name 15 adverbs.
57) Name 15 prepositions.
58) Name 10 common nouns.
59) Name 10 proper nouns.
60) Name 10 famous authors and one book they wrote.
61) Give one examples each of alliteration, personification, simile, metaphor, and onomatopoeia.
62) Count to 20 in Spanish.
63) Count to 20 in French.
64) Use sign language and "sign" the alphabet.
65) Score 90 - 100% on 20 reading assessments.
66) Memorize a poem (of at least 20 lines) and recite that poem to the class.
67) Memorize 5 famous quotes, who said them, and the context in which they were stated.

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MATHEMATICS
68) Draw the lines of symmetry for the capital alphabet.
69) Draw and label 10 types of polygons.
70) Choose 5 major cities in the world and determine the distance between them and Nashville in feet, miles, and kilometers (put this information in a chart for presentation).
71) Write the Roman numerals from 1 to 100.
72) Name 5 famous mathematicians.
73) Earn 100% in 4 minutes on the addition basic facts test.
74) Earn 100% in 4 minutes on the subtraction basic facts test.
75) Earn 100% in 4 minutes on the multiplication basic facts test.
76) Earn 100% in 4 minutes on the division basic facts test.
77) Determine the average weight (in kilograms and pounds) of the following objects and present them in order from smallest to largest - giving the weights of each. (objects = human, mouse, elephant, airplane, car, house)
78) Name the famous person on each of the following pieces of U.S. currency (penny, nickel, dime, quarter, $1 bill, $5 bill, $10 bill, $20 bill, $50 bill, $100 bill).

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MISCELLANEOUS
79) Name one job/career for each letter of the alphabet.
80) Name the birthstones for each month.
81) Name 10 different modes of transportation.
82) Name 10 breeds of horses.
83) Name 10 breeds of dogs.
84) Name 5 winter Olympic events.
85) Name 5 summer Olympic events.
86) Name 10 large U.S. corporations.
87) Name 10 instruments in a marching band.
88) Name 10 instruments in a symphony orchestra.
89) Name 10 football teams and their cities.
90) Name 10 basketball teams and their cities.
91) Name 10 baseball teams and their cities.
92) Name 10 hockey teams and their cities.
93) Name 10 different colleges or universities and where they are located.
94) Name 10 breeds of cats.
95) Name 10 breeds of birds people keep as house pets.
96) Name the 4 levels (words used for each grade) of high school in order.
97) Name and sing/recite 5 different nursery rhymes.
98) Name 10 current movies.
99) Name 10 famous musicians and one song from each artist.
100) Bring in 10 examples of art and name the artist for each piece.

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The information above is an adapted idea used with permission from Ms. Heather Renz.

This page was updated on July 25, 2017


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