Look at the word with the underlined letters. The underlined letters stand for a sound. Decide which of the other three words has the same sound in it. Then mark the space for the answer you have chosen. Bounce A. four B. brown C.soup
The answer is: B. brown Right On!!!
Choose the word or group of words that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then mark the space for the answer you have chosen. Please hand the paper to the teacher. In which sentence does the word hand mean the same thing as in the sentence above? A. Can you hand me that book? B. The big hand points to the hour. C. They gave the clown a big hand. D. Jason caught the ball with his hand.
The answer is: A. Can you hand me that book? Fabulous Work!!!
Choose the word or group of words that means the same, or about the same, as the underlined word. Then mark the space for the answer you have chosen. After lunch the class was drowsy and had trouble paying attention to the movie. Drowsy means _____. A. full B. late C. patient D. sleepy
The answer is: D. sleepy Fantastic Job!!!
When You Can Read by Bobbi Katz When you can read, then you can go from Kalamazoo* to Idaho** Or read directions that explain just how to build a model plane Or bake a cake or cook a stew The words will tell you what to do! When you can read, then you can play a brand new game the proper way Or get a letter from a friend and read it…to the very end.
Read the poem When You Can Read. Then answer the following question. Explain how the speaker of the poem feels about reading. In your response, use details and examples from the poem that support your explanation. Write your answer on your answer document.
The answer is: The speaker of the poem enjoys reading. If you can read, you can travel, read instructions in recipes, and build things, like a model airplane. Being able to read the directions to build the model is something that makes me feel satisfied. When reading makes me feel satisfied, I enjoy it. Congratulations!!!
Chinese Almond Cookies By David C. King INGREDIENTS 1/4 pound butter, softened 3/4 cup sugar 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 11/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/4 teaspoon baking powder 3/4 teaspoon almond extract 36 blanched almond halves EQUIPMENT measuring spoons 2 medium-size mixing bowls wooden mixing spoon eggbeater 2 cookie sheets teaspoon STEPS 1. Preheat the oven to 350°F. 2. Place the softened butter in a mixing bowl and stir it well with a mixing spoon to make it creamy. If you use vegetable shortening, you won't need to stir it much. 3. Add the sugar to the butter or shortening, a little at a time. As you add the sugar, stir constantly. Keep stirring until the mixture lightens in color.
Read Chinese Almond Cookies and answer the following question. The information in italics mainly tells A. How to measure the ingredients for the cookies B. What youll need to make the cookies C. What youll do to make the cookies D. How to store the cookies after they are done
The answer is: B. What youll need to make the cookies. Dynamite!!!
A Candlelit Holiday by Elaine Masters On one full-moon night every fall, the rivers and lakes of Thailand are dotted with twinkling candles. The Thais are celebrating "Loi Krathong," or "Floating Leaf Cup Day." No one knows for sure how this lovely custom got started. Some say it was started 700 years ago by a wife of a king who wanted to surprise and please her husband. Others say it started even longer ago as a special religious ceremony. But however it began, it is delightful. Families always used to make their floats, or little boats, from banana leaves torn into strips and woven into the shape of a bowl. Then they beautifully decorated them with flowers. Now, while many families still make their own floats, others simply buy them. Modern floats may be made of banana leaves or plastic. All of them still hold a lighted candle, a flower, a stick or two of sweet-smelling incense, and a coin. On the holiday evening, families gather at parks near lakes, rivers, or canals for outdoor dinners. Adults sit on mats and visit with their neighbors while children play tag or hide-and-seek. In some cities, blazing fireworks and dancers in shining silk costumes entertain the crowd. Many men and women sell things. People sell floats to those who have not made them at home. Other people sell balloons in various shapes and colors or clever toys made of bamboo. Food sellers offer noodle soup, dried fish, candy, little cakes, roasted chicken, and bamboo tubes filled with sticky rice cooked in coconut milk. They pour soft drinks into small plastic bags, whirl a rubber band around the top, and stick in a short straw. Then, when the full moon rises, families light the candles and set their little boats afloat. The waterway soon twinkles like a fairyland with candles bobbing in their floats and fireworks reflecting in the water.
Read the story A Candlelit Holiday and answer the following questions. Floats were originally made from _____. A. flowers B. plastic C. banana leaves D. lighted candles Which question does the article answer? A.What materials are used to build the floats? B.How many people attend Floating Leaf Cup Day? C.Why do the floats continue to hold a lighted candle? D.What is the most popular food sold at the celebration?
The answers are: C. Banana leaves A. What materials are used to build the floats? Intelligent!!!
Diane and Charlie are playing a game with a spinner. The spinner is shown below. What can be said about the spinner? A. All of the colors are equally likely. B. Red is more likely than yellow. C. Yellow is more likely than red. D. Red is more likely than blue.
The answer is: A. All of the colors are equally likely. Super Thinking!!!
Pat has eight straws. Which figure could be made using all 8 straws? A. a cube B. a rectangular prism C. a triangular prism D. a square pyramid
The answer is: D. A square pyramid Thoughtful!!!
The number of cars sold over many weeks are shown below Which stem and leaf plot correctly shows the number of cars sold? B. D. A.B. C.D.
The answer is: C. Superb Answer!!!
Amber is putting a fence around her flower garden. Amber's garden is shown on the grid below. Step A What is the perimeter of Amber's flower garden? Step B Explain why your answer is correct. Use what you know about perimeter in your explanation. Use words and/or numbers in your explanation.
The answer is: Step A: 34 units Step B: I counted the sides of the squares around the garden and got 34 units. Nice Job!!!
Sarah is walking to her friend's house. She leaves her house at 3:45 and arrives at her friend's house at 5:15. Step A How long did it take Sarah to walk from her house to her friend's house? Step B Explain why your answer is correct. Use what you know about elapsed time in your explanation. Use words and/or numbers in your explanation.
The answer is: Step A: 1 hour 30 minutes Step B: Well 3:45 and 5:15. And 3: minutes is 4: hour is 5: more minutes it would be 5:15 and if you add it together : = 1:30 You Did It!!!
Michele took a 20-question quiz in her mathematics class. She answered of the questions correctly on the quiz. Step A What is Michele's score written as a percent? Step B Michele took a 25-question quiz in her science class. She answered of the questions correctly. Is the score on her science quiz the same or different than her math score? Explain why your answer is correct. Use what you know about fractions and percents in your explanation. Use words, numbers, and/or symbols.
The answer is: Step A: 85% Step B: Michelles science score is not the same as the math score because it is 68%. 25 times 4 is 100 and 17 times 4 is 68. The top number once again converts. Way To Go!!!