Math 1

4th Grade

Math 1

Math 1

4th Grade Math 2

4th Grade

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4th Grade ELA

4th Grade Social Studies

100

Name one factor in 6 x 5 = 30

6 or 5

100

36 divided by 9 =

4

100

What is the name of the city where are school is located?

Tillamook

100

What part of speech is a person place or thing?

Noun

100

How long did the Oregon Trail take to travel?

about 6 months

200

Name the product in 8 x 3 = 24

24

200

Repeated addition is the same as __________?

Multiplication

200

How many days are in one week?

7

200

What is the main idea of a text?

What the story is all about.

200

How many miles was the Oregon Trail?

About 2,000

300

What is 24 divided by 4

6

300

Ellen had 380 Legos yesterday. She lost 57 of them and her sister took 12 more of them. How many does she have today?

311

300

Who is our principal?

Mrs. Rhodes

300

A text/book that has real facts is called?

A nonfiction text.

300

What pulled the wagons?

Where is Chimney Rock?

400

When we divide, the answer is called?

Quotient

400

Arthur baked 35 muffins. How many more does he need to bake in order to have 83 muffins.

48 muffins

400

What is the date for the last day of school?

June 9th

400

True or false, illustrations do not help us understand a story better.

false

400

Where is Chimney Rock?

Nebraska

500

True or false, 12 x 9 = 108

true

500

Creek has 1,400 crayons, Bennett has 200 crayons, and Cash has 7 crayons. How many do they have altogether?

1,607 crayons

500

What month was the first day of school in?

September

500

Author's purpose- what are the three reasons an author writes?

To entertain, inform or persuade!

500

What was the highest point on the trail?

South Pass

( 7,412 feet above sea level )

600

What is the product of 2 x 30

60

600

What type of equation do you use when you see the word DIFFERENCE

Subtract

600

What is the music teacher's name?

Mrs. Koch

600

The caption for a picture tells you

more information about the picture

600

What was the leading cause of death on the trail?

Illnesses, especially dysentery.