Every Question Helps You Learn

Join Us
Leading Streak Today
Your Streak Today
Leading Streak Today
Your Streak Today
Grade 2 Reading Information - Connections
Try your best in this Grade 2 English picture quiz.

Grade 2 Reading Information - Connections

This English Language quiz is called 'Connections' and it has been written by teachers to help you if you are studying the subject at elementary school. Playing educational quizzes is a fun way to learn if you are in the 1st or 2nd grade - aged 6 to 8.

It costs only $12.50 per month to play this quiz and over 3,500 others that help you with your school work. You can subscribe on the page at Join Us

There is a connection among the series of events in a text. Texts that contain historical events, scientific ideas or steps usually have connections. Students should be able to describe these connections. The student will need to look at the key details and see what they have in common with each other. In this quiz, the student will answer questions about the key details and identify the connections among them.


Snow is not white. It is clear. It just looks white from the sun. The sun shines on the snow and makes it look white. Snow usually falls in the winter time. A snowflake is made of ice. It comes together in the air. Small pieces of dirt bring the ice together.

Water mist is in the air. It then gets cold. The water mist freezes. It then forms ice crystals. The water in the clouds gets very cold. It makes ice and not water. The snowflakes are formed.

Snow can be unsafe. Snow lands on the roads. Cars drive on these roads. The snow freezes on the road and makes the roads slick. Cars could slide off the road. Salt or sand can be put down on these roads. The salt makes the snow melt faster.

(To see a larger image, click on the picture.)
What is the color of snow based on the text?
According to the text, snow is clear and not white.
How is snow unsafe?
Snow comes in snowflakes.
Snow can freeze. It might freeze in the freezer.
Snow is cold. It can make people's hands too cold.
Snow is slick. It may make cars slide off the road.
When snow falls on the road, it can make it dangerous to drive on that road.
When does snow fall?
In the winter.
In the summer.
In the spring.
In the fall.
Snow usually falls in the wintertime.
What melts snow?
Cold water.
People put salt on the roads so that it will melt the snow.
Before it snows, what is in the air?
Water mist.
Snow actually starts out as water mist.
What happens to the water mist?
It freezes.
It falls to the ground.
It becomes snowflakes.
It becomes water.
The temperature is so cold that it makes the water mist freeze.
What happens after the water mist freezes?
It forms salt.
It gets warm.
It forms ice crystals.
It melts.
After the water mist freezes, it then forms ice crystals.
What happens to the water in the clouds after the ice crystals form?
It rains.
The water gets cold.
The water becomes salty.
The water drops to the ground.
The water in the clouds gets cold after the ice crystals form.
What is made inside the clouds when the water in the clouds gets cold?
Cold water.
Warm water.
Ice is made in the clouds when the water in the clouds gets very cold.
What forms before the snow falls from the sky?
Frozen ice.
Ice crystals.
Drops of rain.
Snowflakes form after the water in the clouds turns to ice.
Author:  Amy Flanders

© Copyright 2016-2024 - Education Quizzes
Work Innovate Ltd - Design | Development | Marketing