The Incredibles Knowledge Quest Questions

  • Can you help the Incredibles solve mysteries and earn the most points?  Challenge your friends and family members!  Good luck finding each solution!

    To submit your answers, send an email to with your gamer tag (i.e. MuppetMan) and grade.  I will post scores on the leaderboards using your gamer tag.  You can earn up to 150 points.


    April 20 - April 24, 2020 Questions





    10 points


    Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade Riddle: What has four legs, but only 1 foot? Hint: It is in your bedroom.


    3rd, 4th, 5th Grade Riddle: When the monkey turns the crank, which number will the arrow point to?





    20 points


    Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade Crossword To solve, fill in the correct word for each clue.




    3rd, 4th, 5th Grade Crossword To solve, fill in the correct word for each clue.






    30 points


    Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade, 3rd, 4th, 5th Grade: Can you complete the Earth Day Scavenger Hunt?  Find an example of an item that meets the clue and take a picture of the item. Send in the pictures with the clue number to earn your points.  3 points for each correct item.  That means you could earn some extra points this week.

    Earth Day Scavenger Hunt

    1. A renewable natural resource
    2. Litter that can be recycled
    3. A pollinator 
    4. Recycling symbol
    5. Something from nature that you enjoy looking at
    6. A machine that uses fossil fuels for energy
    7. A light not being used that could be turned off
    8. A reusable item 
    9. Litter that can be composted
    10. Flowers blooming
    11. Something from nature that people eat
    12. Someone who thinks caring for the environment is important






    40 points


    Kindergarten Problem

    Mrs. Jones had 10 red apples and 8 green apples in a bowl.  She used 7 of them to make an apple pie for the family.  How many apples are left in the bowl?


    1st Grade Problem

    There are 14 pieces of fruit in the fruit basket. There are 4 green apples, 3 red apples and 4 lemons. The rest are bananas.  In the morning, Mrs. Barn packed 2 bananas for the children’s lunch. How many bananas are left?


    2nd Grade Problem

    Matthew and his brother Shawn played basketball in the swimming pool. Each basket was worth 3 points. Matthew scored 9 points. Shawn scored 6 points. What is the total number of baskets made during this game?


    3rd Grade Problem

    Haruto has 3 tomato plants in his backyard. This year one plant grew 56 tomatoes.  The second plant grew 78 tomatoes, and the third plant only grew 29 tomatoes.  Birds had eaten 39 of the tomatoes. 26 tomatoes had been ruined by bugs. He picked the rest. How many tomatoes did Haruto pick? 


    4th Grade Problem

    Calvin paints pictures and sells them at art shows. He charges $56.25 for a large painting. He charges $25.80 for a small painting. Last month he sold six large paintings and three small paintings. How much did he make in all?


    5th Grade Problem

    Jasmine wants to organize her books in order by the greatest number of pages to the least number of pages. Jasmine's longest book has 396 pages and her shortest book has one-fourth as many pages as the longest. If the book in the middle of her shelf has three times the number of pages of the shortest book, then how many pages does the middle book have? 







    50 points



    Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Grade Answer the following 2 questions about the picture above:

    • Who am I?
    • Why am I famous?


    3rd, 4th, 5th Grade - Answer the following 3 questions about the picture above:

    • Who am I?
    • Why am I famous?
    • While I have numerous accolades, what was my significant accomplishment in 2019?