Do you remember third grade? If you’re one of the few who actually liked school, then chances are you’ll want to be thrown back in time, back to third grade! You’ll meet some 3rd graders and some adults who will give you answers.

10%. Can you name the first planet from the sun?

15%. Look at the answer choices below and either choose the child’s or the adult’s answer for this question: What is the hardest natural mineral?

20%. How many bones are in the human body?

25%. Think you can answer this math question?

30%. Which of the following do not have a mass: solids, gases, liquids?

• Adult says: “All of them have mass” Adult says: “All of them have mass”

35%. Do you know on which layer of the Earth landforms are formed?

• 3rd grader says: “Inner Core”

40%. Do you know which country is outlined here?

45%. Let’s see how well you know the natural world! What type of penguin is this?

• 3rd grader says: “African Penguin”

50%. Which instruments are part of the woodwind group?

• 3rd grader says: “C and D”
• 3rd grader says: “All of them”
• 3rd grader says: “A, C and D”
• Adult says: “B, C and D” Adult says: “B, C and D”

55%. What part of speech is the word ‘Red’?

60%. What colors are formed by mixing the primary colors?

• 3rd grader says: “B and E”
• 3rd grader says: “A, D and E”
• 3rd grader says: “B and F”
• Adult says: “B, D and E” Adult says: “B, D and E”

65%. Which city is located closest to the equator?

70%. What about anatomy? Which joint has the widest range of movement?

• 3rd grader says: “Pivot joint”
• 3rd grader says: “Gliding joint”

75%. Find out which country Machu Picchu is located in. Then choose the flag of that

• country!

80%. Which triangle are these two statements describing?

• 3rd grader says: “Right angle triangle”
• 3rd grader says: “Acute angle triangle”
• 3rd grader says: “Equilateral triangle”
• 3rd grader says: “Obtuse triangle”
• 3rd grader says: “Isosceles triangle”

85%. Spelling test! How many words are spelled incorrectly?

90%. Can you put these events in the correct order, oldest to most recent?

• 3rd grader says: “A, C, B, D, E”
• 3rd grader says: “A, C, E, D, B”
• 3rd grader says: “C, A, E, B, D”
• 3rd grader says: “B, C, E, A, D”
• 3rd grader says: “C, B, E, A, D”
• Adult says: “C, B, A, E, D” 3rd grader says: “C, B, E, A, D”

95%. Buddy, Louis, Mabel and Spot are all puppies and are playing in the forest. They notice seven bees and five cockroaches, and they spot eight spiders in the trees. There are also three deer and four boars. Behind a bush, they can see a pair of antlers. How many legs do all the numbered beasts combined amount to?