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Grade 4

April 17-21, 2016

Unit 4 WHO WE ARE UOI


Central Idea:
The effective interactions in human body systems contribute to health and
survival
Key Concepts:
Function, Connection, Responsibility, Reflection
Related concepts:
Systems, Interdependence, Health, Homeostasis
Lines of Inquiry:
Body systems and how they function to support survival, growth and behavior (Function)
How body systems are interdependent (Connection)
Impact of lifestyle choices on the body (Responsibility)
Attitudes:

Appreciation, Curiosity

Learner Profiles:
English

Caring, Balanced
Reading: Shared: Expository text ** Body Systems**
Grammar : Adjectives and articles
Vocabulary : Context Clues

Math

Unit Multiplication and Division number stories


Equal groupings Division problems
Working with remainders

Science / Social Unit Of Inquiry: WHO WE ARE


Finding out:
Studies
Body Systems Skeletal and Nervous Systems

Homework

Online reading resources www.tumblebooks.com Username: ens


password: books
Math resources http://www.math-drills.com/
MAP links
Reading
http://www.sowashco.k12.mn.us/ro/pages/studentlinks/map/reading.htm
Language
http://www.softschools.com/language_arts/phonics/
Math
http://www.sowashco.org/ro/pages/studentlinks/map/
Test yourself
http://www.henryanker.com/

Parent Comment:

WORDS
Impark
Immunity
Impact
Import
Incapable
Indecent
Inoffensive
Hold
Hot
hurt

Practice MAPs questions

SUNDAY

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDA
Y

Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
John has 4 coins totaling 85. He has only quarters and dimes. How many
1. dimes does John have?
a. 3
d. 6
b. 2
e. 5
c. 1
If it rains 2 inches every 30 days, how much rain would fall in 90 days?
d. 45 inches
2. a. 6 inches
b. 30 inches
e. 3 inches
c. 15 inches
Which figure has parallel lines?
3. a.

b.

d.

e.

c.

40 candy canes come in a box. 10 candy canes were broken. How many
4. candy canes were not broken?
How would you find the answer?
a. addition
c. multiplication
b. subtraction
d. division

Statistics-Probability-Graphing191-200
5.

a. 7
b. 2
c. 4

d. 8
e. 3

6.

a.
b.
c.
d.
e.

More than half of the students chose math.


The least number of students chose art.
Half of the students chose reading.
The greatest number of students chose science.
Half of the students chose music.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing Probability and Prediction RIT 201 210


7.

a. one out of six


b. three out of four
c. one out of three

d. five out of six


e. three out of six

a. usually land on blue.


b. always land on blue.
c. usually land on green.

d. always land on green.


e. never land on blue.

a. 4 out of 7
b. 3 out of 7
c. 7 out of 7

d. 0 out of 7
e. 10 out of 7

8.

9.

Statistics/Probability and Graphing Statistics RIT 201 210


10. Sal sold 20 pizzas on Monday, 17 on Tuesday, and 23 on Wednesday.
What is the average number of pizzas Sal sold?
a. 60
d. 17
b. 30
e. 20
c. 23