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NOTE: (20A) Grey Nun Academy (GNA Gators) Yardley, PA were added on Feb 13, 2018.
The weekly clue sets will be posted here beginning Monday Feb 12 with the first 3 clues from each team.
Week 2 Primary A – 2018
Copy and Paste the Weekly Clues for use in your classroom
(1A) Aban School 3 (Team Kazakova) Aban, Russia
1. Historic Landmark
2. The latest of its kind
3. It has some copies.
4. The northern and eastern hemisphere.
5. I have been registered as a cultural heritage of the capital
6. inspired by the photograph of the three leaders
(2A) Antona Ingoliča Spodnja (Ghostbusters) Polskava, SLOVENIA
[email@example.com] Holidays-Feb 24 to March 5.
1. It’s made of stone.
2. It’s manmade.
3. It’s 220 m long.
4. There is a bridge 450 m away.
5. East hemisphere
6. It’s between 46 and 45 degrees North
(3A)Evansville Attendance Center (Evansville Eagles) Evansville, IL
1. This landmark is not located in the Southern Hemisphere.
2. What always runs but never walks, often murmurs, never talks, has a bed but never sleeps, has a mouth but never eats?
3. In 1960, this landmark was declared a National Historic Landmark.
4. French Fries.
5. British Airways.
6. Indian in the Cupboard.
(4A) Flex Academy (Dutch Americans) Little Chute, WI
1. More than 10 million people visit there each year.
2. It is 1.7 miles long.
3. The construction of this landmark gave people a chance for steady employment during the Great Depression.
4. In 1930, there were 2,300 lawsuits filed against it.
5. It is in a bay in the Pacific Ocean.
6. The color of this landmark is called international orange.
(5A)Gymnazium dr.A (Sekunda)Humpolec, Czech Republic
[firstname.lastname@example.org] Vacation: 2/26/18-3/2/18.
1. I am on the Old Continent. (19th meridian)
2. My country gone the world a colourful puzzler in a shape of cube.
3. My biggest town is 315 m above sea level.
4. I look like made of stone, but I am from light material.
5. Grass serves me as a duvet.
6. I decorate the square which has the same name as one of many spas in my town.
(6A) Krasnodar School#95 (Clever Learners) Krasnodar, Russia
1. World War II
2. Its high is about 8 meters.
3. It is a pearl.
4. It is made for a king.
5. It has a lot of items.
6. They looked for it.
(7A) Lyceum 1 (Bullfinches)Kansk, Krasnoyarskiy kray, Russia
[email@example.com] Skype shemisphere, Twitter @nshemisphere
1. More than 400 million years.
2. People considered this place as sacred
3. 21 species of plants.
4. Up to 200m.
5. More than fifty kilometers.
6. Was founded in 1995.
(8A) Manor Hill Elementary (Patriots) Liberty, MO
[firstname.lastname@example.org] Twitter @LorieVerde
1. It is in the same hemisphere as the United States of Micronesia.
2. The creator is buried here.
3. It has an elaborate water channel.
4. It’s between 30 and 40 North latitude.
5. It is a royal pleasure spot.
6. It is the longest public green space in its city.
(9A) Municipal Sec School#5 (Team Ulya) Krasnoyarsk, Russia
1. 55-65 degrees North, 1-5 degrees West
2. Joint Operations Graphic reference NO307
3. Duncan Forbes, 1881
4. an episode in D. K. Broster’s The Flight of the Heron (1925)
5. the Young Pretender
6. “The English Stone”
(10A)Northwest Middle School (Unicorn Explorers)
Reading, PA [email@example.com]
1. In the past it was 28m (92 ft.) elevation
2. Used to be a filming location
3. It formed in 1979
4. It was a major tourist attraction
5. Located in a country where they used to pay tribute by giving a falcon
6. Made out of limestone
(11A) Odyssey Day School (Team Odyssey) Wakefield, MA
1. Tropical paradise lined with coconut trees
2. Contains longest uninterrupted beach in this particular country
3. Latitude = 10.2 degrees North
4. Mainly composed of sedimentary rocks from the Mesozoic age
5. Has been home to armies as well as a prison and is made of 28 islands
6. Has a national park and protected marine environment
(12A)School#7 (Team 11A) Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Dist, Russia [firstname.lastname@example.org]
1. It is between 40 and 50 degrees E, Northern hemisphere.
2. It is tilted to the North-East.
3. It deviates from the vertical nearly 2 meters.
4. The first mention of it was in 1777.
5. This area is associated with many legends.
6. There were different names of it.
(13A)Secondary School#7 (North Star)Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug,Russia [email@example.com]
1. Stairs, a lift, exits, corridors, strong doors, items for daily living.
2. It was kept in secret.
3. It is connected with the Academy of Culture and Arts.
4. Now it is the Museum.
5. This landmark is 37 meters underground.
6. One needed the planning of “Airport” Moscow metro station.
(14A) Pakenham Lakeside Primary (PLPS Phantoms) Victoria, Australia [firstname.lastname@example.org]
1. It is sometimes known by another name
2. 60 meters
3. Northern Hemisphere
4. Communist forces overthrew the monarchy in 1975
5. One is a sacred sight
6. Between 19 – 21 degrees North
(15A)Pakenham Lakeside Primary (PLPS Maniacs)Victoria, Australia
1. It has been renamed several times most recently in 1891
2. Between 20 and 25 metres km long
3. In the same hemisphere as Westhavelland
4. Receive close to 500000 visitors each year
5. Can be visited all year round
6. Between 55 – 60 degrees North
(16A) River Trail School (Vikings) Gurnee, Illinois
[email@example.com] https://sneedclass.weebly.com – Twitter:@SneedClass
1. It has been featured in movies, documentaries, and video games
2. It is 92 feet (28 meters) wide.
3. It is visited by almost 2 million people each year!
4. It was constructed in pieces and had to be shipped and put together.
5. The stones used to make it came from Sweden.
6. It was vandalized with graffiti in 2010.
(17A)Tatem Elementary (Bushey’s Topdawgs) Haddonfield,NJ
1. I’m on or off depending upon the weather
2. Only seen in March & April
3. It was was discovered by a person who was born in a year that adds up to 17.
4. Keep Out!
5. Surrounded by 3
6. Ice created one part
(18A)Verona Area International School (Chinese Masters) Fitchburg, WI
1. Longitude of this landmark: 34.341574. 我们的地标在经度
2. On March 29,1974, there was an important event related to this landmark.
3. It’s a little warmer than Wisconsin.
4. This landmark has a landmass of about 16,808 km².
5. This landmark has a mountain that is 4,272 feet tall.
6. The landmark is 1,074.7 kilometers away from Beijing.
(19A) Yangon International School (Team Stoolz) Yangon, Myanmar
1. The worst damage was caused by a 1768 earthquake
2. Built around the 6th century
3. About 99 meters tall
4. Eight strands of hair from the head are included
5. 15- 20 degrees North latitude
6. The 99 meters high is completely covered with gold plating
(20A) Grey Nun Academy (GNA Gators) Yardley, PA
1. The original cost for this landmark was $7 million dollars but then the final cost was $102 million dollars.
2. This landmark was supposed to take 4 years to build but it ended up taking 14 years. They had 10,000 people working on the project.
3. More than 8.2 million people visit this landmark in a year.
4. The architect of this landmark was chosen in an international competition to design it.
5. This landmark is located in the southern hemisphere.
6. Influences for this landmark’s construction included Aztec and Mayan ruins.
End of Primary A Clues Week 2 – 2018