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100
the answer you get when you add
What is a sum?
100
a person, place, or thing
What is a noun?
100
everything is made of this
What is matter?
100
the part of a map tells what the map's symbols mean
What is a map key?
100
where a story takes place
What is the setting?
200
the answer you get when you subtract
What is the difference?
200
this is what a paragraph is mostly about
What is the main idea?
200
this form of matter does not have a shape of its own but you can see it
What is liquid?
200
customs that a family or culture may do over and over
What is a tradition?
200
a story that is not true
What is fiction?
300
taking a good guess instead of counting
What is an estimate?
300
this gives more information about a main idea
What is detail?
300
this is the form of matter that does not have its own shape and it is invisible
What is gas?
300
a person's religion, traditions, and customs
What is culture?
300
a story that is true
What is nonfiction?
400
numbers that you add
What is an addend?
400
this is when you share your writing with an audience
What is publish?
400
this is what the earth does on its axis to cause our days and nights
What is rotate?
400
the part of the map that shows the cardinal directions
What is the compass rose?
400
when you retell a story in your own words
What is a summary?
500
a shape that is flat
What is a plane shape?
500
this is what you do when you check your writing for mistakes
What is edit?
500
this is what the earth does around the sun to cause our year
What is rotate or orbit?
500
what north, south, east, and west are called
What are the cardinal directions?
500
this is what you do when you tell how things are alike and different
What is compare and contrast?
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