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    SELECTION VOCABULARY 

    Science Vocabulary Study Guide:  Food Webs-- Test on Friday, 5/14

    Practice on Quizlet at least 3 different ways (search "Millerdebra)

    1. food web: the connected food chains in a community
    2. food chain: one path that energy takes through a community
    3. community: all the different kinds of living things in an area
    4. ecosystem: community of living things
    5. omnivore: an animal that eats plants and other animals to survive
    6. carnivore: an animal that eats other animals to survive
    7. herbivore: an animal that eats plants to survive
    8. predator: an animal that hunts other animals to survive
    9. prey: animals that other animals hunt for food
    10. producer: use air, water, and energy from the sun to make their own food
    11. consumer: living things that cannot make their own food; must eat other living things
    12. decomposers: consumers that feed on the remains of plants and animals

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    MATH

    Chapter 11: Angles--Test on Friday, 4/30 & Monday, 5/3. Then we will begin practicing for the Math FSA.

    • angles and fractional parts of a circle
    • degrees
    • measure and draw angles--with protractors!  :)
    • join and separate angles
    • problem solving/unknown angle measures

     

     

    REVIEW:

    Chapter 1: Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction to One Million 

    • model place value relationships
    • read and write numbers
    • compare and order numbers
    • round numbers
    • rename numbers
    • add whole numbers (with regrouping)
    • subtract whole numbers (with regrouping)
    • problem solving/comparison problems with addition and subtraction

     

    Chapter 5: Factors, Multiples, and Patterns

    • model factors
    • factors and divisibility
    • common factors
    • factors and multiples
    • prime and composite numbers
    • algebra/number patterns

     

    Chapter 2: Multiply by 1-Digit Numbers

    *students must master partial products/area model/grid

    • multiplication comparisons
    • comparison problems
    • multiply tens, hundreds, and thousands
    • estimate products
    • multiply using the Distributive Property
    • multiply using expanded form
    • multiply using partial products
    • multiply using mental math
    • problem solving/multistep multiplication problems
    • solve multistep problems using equations

     

    Chapter 3: Multiply 2-Digit Numbers

    *students must use the area model and/or partial products strategies when working multiplication problems

    • multiply by tens
    • estimate products
    • area models and partial products
    • multiply using partial products
    • choose a multiplication method taught in class
    • problem solving/multiply 2-digit numbers

     

    Chapter 4: Divide by 1-Digit Numbers 

    *students must master the partial quotients strategy

    • model division with regrouping
    • multistep division problems
    • estimate quotients using compatible numbers
    • division and the distributive property
    • divide using repeated subtraction
    • divide using partial quotients
    • estimate quotients using multiples
    • remainders
    • interpret the remainder
    • divide tens, hundreds, and thousands

     

    Chapter 6: Fraction Equivalence and Comparison

    • equivalent fractions
    • generate equivalent fractions
    • simplest form
    • common denominators 
    • problem solving/find equivalent fractions
    • compare fractions using benchmarks
    • compare fractions
    • compare and order fractions

      

    Chapter 7: Add and Subtract Fractions 

    • add and subtract parts of a whole
    • write fractions as sums
    • add fractions using models
    • subtract fractions using models
    • add and subtract fractions
    • rename fractions and mixed numbers
    • add and subtract mixed numbers
    • subtraction with renaming
    • fractions and properties of addition
    • multistep fraction problems

     

    Chapter 8: Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

    • multiples of unit fractions
    • multiples of fractions
    • multiply a fraction by a whole number using models
    • multiply a fraction or a mixed number by a whole number
    • problem solving/comparison problems with fractions

     

    Chapter 9: Relate Fractions and Decimals

    • relate tenths and decimals
    • relate hundredths and decimals
    • equivalent fractions and decimals
    • relate fractions, decimals, and money
    • add fractional parts of 10 and 100
    • compare decimals

     

    Chapter 12: Relative Sizes of Measurement Units 

    • measurement benchmarks
    • customary units of length
    • customary units of weight
    • customary units of liquid volume
    • line plots
    • metric measurement benchmarks
    • metric units of length
    • metric units of mass
    • metric units of liquid volume
    • units of time
    • converting mixed measures in customary units
    • converting mixed measures in metric units

     

    Chapter 13: Perimeter and Area 

    • perimeter
    • area
    • area of combined rectangles
    • find unknown measures
    • problem solving/find the area

     

    Chapter 10: Two-Dimensional Figures (Test on Tuesday, 4/20, then will begin Ch. 11 below)

    • lines, rays, and angles
    • classify triangles
    • parallel lines and perpendicular lines
    • classify quadrilaterals
    • line symmetry
    • find and draw lines of symmetry
    • problem solving/shape patterns

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    SCIENCE  

    Food Chains & Food Webs

    Science Vocabulary Study Guide:  Food Webs-- Test on Friday, 5/14

    Practice on Quizlet at least 3 different ways (search "Millerdebra)

    1. food web: the connected food chains in a community
    2. food chain: one path that energy takes through a community
    3. community: all the different kinds of living things in an area
    4. ecosystem: community of living things
    5. omnivore: an animal that eats plants and other animals to survive
    6. carnivore: an animal that eats other animals to survive
    7. herbivore: an animal that eats plants to survive
    8. predator: an animal that hunts other animals to survive
    9. prey: animals that other animals hunt for food
    10. producer: use air, water, and energy from the sun to make their own food
    11. consumer: living things that cannot make their own food; must eat other living things
    12. decomposers: consumers that feed on the remains of plants and animals

     

     

    Review:

    Science Food Chains Study Guide (Tested Friday, 5/7)

    Practice on Quizlet at least 3 different ways (search "Millerdebra)

    1. environment: the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates
    2. seasonal: relating to or characteristic of a particular season of the year
    3. hibernate: to spend the winter in a dormant state
    4. migration: move from one region or habitat to another according to the seasons
    5. population: all the inhabitants of a particular area
    6. invasive organism: a plant or animal that does not belong in a place and harms it
    7. impactthe effect or influence or one person, thing, or action, on another
    8. carrying capacity: the number of people, other living organisms, or crops that a region can support without environmental degradation
    9. recycle: to use something again
    10. conserve: to use resources in a careful way
    11. pollution: a harmful substance that people put into the air, water, and soil
    12. camouflage: an animal’s natural coloring or form that enables it to blend in with its surroundings