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Study Guide WEEK OF APRIL 13-17, 2015
Spelling Words (spell correctly) 1. spoiled 2. coin 3. join 4. joy 5. toy 6. boy 7. appointment 8. annoy 9. build 10. fall
Sight Words (read quickly) 1. above 2. build 3. fall 4. knew 5. money 6. toward 7. space 8. covered 9. several 10. himself 11. hold 12. five 13. step 14. morning 15. passed
Vocabulary Words (know definitions) project : something you work on, such as writing a report or drawing a picture structure : something that has been built, such as a house or a bridge contented : pleased or happy intend : when you are planning to do something marvelous : wonderful or excellent balance : to stay in place without falling section : a small part of something bigger
Social Studies Women’s History Sally Ride was the first American woman to enter space She was in space for more than 14 days in all Sally was the youngest astronaut to go into space Sally started her own company called Sally Ride Science She was inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame and the Astronaut Hall of Fame.
Science Speed Speed is how quickly or slowly something moves Force is a push or pull that may make something move Force can change the way things move If someone pushes a car with a lot of force, then the car moves quickly If someone pushes a car with less force, then the car moves slowly
Math SAT Review Money: Penny equals 1 cent Nickel equals 5 cents Dime equals 10 cents Quarter equals 25 cents Counting: Counting by two’s = 2,4,6,8,10,12 Counting by five’s = 5,10,15,20,25 Counting by ten’s = 10,20,30,40,50 Even numbers end in 0,2,4,6, or 8 Odd numbers end in 1,3,5,7, or 9 Order: Numbers greatest to least = 15,27,39 Numbers least to greatest = 56,35,14 Review Addition: putting two parts together to make a whole Addition sentence: sum of two addends ex. 5+4=9 Sum: the answer to an addition sentence ex. 4+5=9 Subtraction: removing a part from the whole Subtraction sentence: the difference of two numbers ex. 7-2=5 Difference: the answer to a subtraction sentence ex. 7-2=5