4th Grade
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4th Grade English
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4th Grade English
4th Grade Math
100

1.58+20.67

22.25

100

Which word would make this sentence correct?

The children went to (there or their) teacher for help.

their

100

73,564,145.023

What place is the number 2 in?

hundredths place

100

What is a noun?

A person, place, or thing

100

Two multiplication facts that equal 48?

What is 12x4, 6x8, 48x1, 3x16?

200

154 divided by 2

77

200

Which word would make this sentence correct?

I wore a very (plane or plain) shirt today. 

Plain

200

What is the value of the 3 in the number 

73,564,145.023?

Thousandths

200

What is a verb?

An action

200

1/3 + 2/6 = __ Convert the answer to decimal 

0.66

300

The fraction 12/28 in simplest form. 

What is 3/7

300

Which word would make this sentence correct?

We are going to go to (your or you're) house tomorrow. 

your

300

_________ connect your muscles to your bones.

Tendon


Bonus: What else can tendons do for our body? 

300

What is the theme of the paragraph?

Even though Greg had been looking forward to his best friend's party for over a month, he knew his grandma would really love to see him. "It's your choice Greg. Grandma is really sick, but I know you have been very excited about this party," said his mom. Most of his class was planning to go to the party and he knew it would be so much fun! After some thought, Greg knew exactly what he was going to do. "It's not like this is the last party I'll ever be invited to and grandma would be so sad if I didn't come," said Greg. "Plus, I always like making her smile."

Family comes first

300

348/7=

49 R 5

400

1/2 + 1/4 

3/4

400

Words that sound the same, but have different meanings and different spellings.

What are homophones?

400

Name of a describing word

Adjective

400

What is the adjective in the sentence below?

The brown puppy ran home. 

brown

400

the difference between 9/10 and 2/5

5/10 

bonus point- simplest form!

500

32 X 27

864

500

Explain the difference between there, their, and they're.

there-that place or something 

their- possession, belongs to someone

they're- they are

500

There are 3 cookies to share equally among 5 people. What number represents the amount of cookies each person will receive?

3/5= 5 ⟌3

500

What is the adverb in the sentence below?

Sally slowly jumped over the fence. 

slowly

500

23.06 - 6.5=

16.56

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