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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)
 food web: the connected food chains in a community
 food chain: one path that energy takes through a community
 community: all the different kinds of living things in an area
 ecosystem: community of living things
 omnivore: an animal that eats plants and other animals to survive
 carnivore: an animal that eats other animals to survive
 herbivore: an animal that eats plants to survive
 predator: an animal that hunts other animals to survive
 prey: animals that other animals hunt for food
 producer: use air, water, and energy from the sun to make their own food
 consumer: living things that cannot make their own food; must eat other living things
 decomposers: consumers that feed on the remains of plants and animals
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MATH
Chapter 11: AnglesTest 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 angleswith 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 1Digit 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 2Digit 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 2digit numbers
Chapter 4: Divide by 1Digit 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: TwoDimensional 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)
 food web: the connected food chains in a community
 food chain: one path that energy takes through a community
 community: all the different kinds of living things in an area
 ecosystem: community of living things
 omnivore: an animal that eats plants and other animals to survive
 carnivore: an animal that eats other animals to survive
 herbivore: an animal that eats plants to survive
 predator: an animal that hunts other animals to survive
 prey: animals that other animals hunt for food
 producer: use air, water, and energy from the sun to make their own food
 consumer: living things that cannot make their own food; must eat other living things
 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)
 environment: the surroundings or conditions in which a person, animal, or plant lives or operates
 seasonal: relating to or characteristic of a particular season of the year
 hibernate: to spend the winter in a dormant state
 migration: move from one region or habitat to another according to the seasons
 population: all the inhabitants of a particular area
 invasive organism: a plant or animal that does not belong in a place and harms it
 impact: the effect or influence or one person, thing, or action, on another
 carrying capacity: the number of people, other living organisms, or crops that a region can support without environmental degradation
 recycle: to use something again
 conserve: to use resources in a careful way
 pollution: a harmful substance that people put into the air, water, and soil
 camouflage: an animal’s natural coloring or form that enables it to blend in with its surroundings