Vocabulary Development Literature Comprehension Poetry Text Structures Mechanics

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What is thought
The root of the word thoughtful

100

What is fiction
A type of text that includes fairy tales, legends, short stories, and novels

100

What is rhyme
"Big" and "dig", "can" and "man", "sing" and "ring" are examples of words that

100

What is a fact
A statement that is always true

100

What is a verb
The action word in a sentence

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What is to do something wrong
The prefix mis-, as in mistake, means

200

What is nonfiction
A type of text that includes textbooks, encyclopedias, newspapers, and biographies

200

What is onomatopoeia
Words that sound like what they mean (i.e. giggle, click, zoom)

200

What is a metaphor
A comparison of two things that does not use "like" or "as"

200

What is ran
The past tense of run

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What is without something
The suffix less-, as in sleepless, means

300

What are characters
The person or people in a story

300

What is a pattern
Something that is repeated over and over again

300

What is cause and effect
When something happens, something else happens as a result

300

What is an adjective
A word that describes a noun (person, place, or thing)

400

What are synonyms
Words that mean the same thing

400

What is the setting
The where and when of the story

400

What is Toot!
A peanut sat on a railroad track, Its heart was all a-flutter. Along came a choo-choo train. Toot! Toot! It was peanut butter. The onomatopoeia in the poem

400

What is sequence
When authors write about events in the order that they happened

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What is an adverb
A word that describes a verb (action word) and typically ends in -ly

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What are homophones
Words that sound the same but have different meanings and spellings

500

What is the plot
The beginning, the middle, and the end

500

What is rhythm
The way the lines sound in a poem when you read them and can have sort of bounce that makes poems run to hear and read.

500

What is main idea
This is what a story or passage is mostly about and it helps you understand the passage better.

500

What is gracefully
The adverb in the sentence, "The beautiful horse trotted gracefully across the meadow."

4th Grade OAA Reading Jeopardy

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