4th Grade
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4th Grade Reading
USA
100

6x7

42

100

What is a synonym?

a word that means the same as another word

100

How many months are in one year?

12

100
Do Earthquakes slowly or quickly change the Earth's surface?

Quickly

100

What is a prefix?

a group of letters in front of a word that changes the meaning of the word

100

Who was the 1st president of the United States?

George Washington

200

150 divided by 2

75

200

What are these: "  "

Quotation marks

200

What is 64,567 rounded to the nearest ten thousand?

60,000

200

Name 1 type of rock

Igneous

Metamorphic

Sedimentary

200

What is the plot of a story?

The beginning, middle, and end


200

 How many states are there in the USA?

50

300

Describe parallel lines

Lines that will never cross
300

Word that describes a verb is....

an adverb

300

How many days are left in school this year?

18
300

Where did the Dust Bowl occur?

The Great Plains

300

What is the difference between fiction and nonfiction passages?

fiction is a made up story  

nonfiction is real facts about a topic

300

What is our country's national anthem?

The Star Spangled Banner

400

3/4 + 1/4 (Simplify)

1

400

A word that describes a noun is.....

an adjective

400

What is our Vice Principal's name?

Mrs. Shaw

400
Name an event that contributed to advancements in American transportation

Model T Ford was built

The Gold Rush

400

Name a type of text structure

Description

Compare/Contrast

Cause/Effect

Sequence or Chronological

Problem/Solution

400

Where is the capital city of the United States located?

Washington, D.C.

500

32 X 20

8640

500

What is the difference between a topic and a main idea?

A topic tells what the passage is mainly about in 1-2 words, and a main idea what the author wants you to know about the topic

500

In what country do we live in?

United States of America

500

What happens to energy when objects collide?

It transfers

500

What is the difference between a primary or firsthand account and a secondary or seconhand account of an event?

Primary/1st person - a person who was actually at the event presents facts

Secondary/2nd person- a writer presents facts based on research

500

On what date did the U.S. declare its independence?

July 4, 1776

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