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Summer Learning Packet Grade 4 Monica Smith, Principal

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Item identify correctly used capital letters with names, dates, and addresses, and at the beginning of sentences within context. use table of contents, title page, and glossary to locate information. use prefixes, suffixes and root words as aids in determining meaning within context. recognize plot features of fairy tales, folk tales, fables, and myths. identify characters, setting, and plot in a passage. determine the problem of a story and recognize its solution. identify grade level compound words, contractions, and common abbreviations within context. use headings, graphics, and captions to make meaning from texts. select appropriate synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms within context. determine the meaning of unfamiliar words/multiple meaning words using context clues, dictionaries, and glossaries. recognize and use grade appropriate vocabulary within text. evaluate texts for elements of fact/opinion and reality/fantasy. distinguish between fact and opinion within text. interpret information using a chart, map, or timeline. use available text features (e.g., graphics, glossaries, and illustrations) to make meaning from text. indicate the sequence of events in print (fiction and non-fiction) and in non- print texts. make predictions about text. select questions to clarify thinking. identify different forms of text (e.g., poems, drama, fiction, non-fiction). recognize cause and effect relationships within text. identify and interpret similes and metaphors. determine appropriate inferences and draw conclusions from text. select sources from which to gather information on a given topic. locate information to support opinions, predictions, and conclusions. identify the author's purpose (to entertain, to inform, to persuade, to share feelings). recognize the sounds of language (i.e., alliteration, rhyme, and repetition). choose a logical word to complete an analogy using synonyms and antonyms. choose a topic sentence for a paragraph. rearrange sentences to form a sequential, coherent paragraph. identify the purpose for writing (i.e., to entertain, to inform, to share experiences) . rearrange events in a sequential or chronological order in a writing selection. select the best title for a text. complete a graphic organizer (i.e., clustering, listing, mapping, webbing) to group ideas for writing. select appropriate time-order or transitional words to enhance the flow of a writing sample. identify the most reliable sources of information for preparing a report. select the best way to combine sentences to provide syntactic variety within context. select details that support a topic sentence. choose the supporting sentence that best develops a topic sentence. choose the supporting sentence that best fits the context and flow of ideas in a paragraph. identify the audience for which a text is written. supply a missing piece of information in a simple outline. identify sentences irrelevant to a paragraph's theme or flow. select an appropriate concluding sentence for a well-developed paragraph. identify the correct use of nouns (i.e., common and proper, plurals, possessives), verbs (i.e., agreement, tenses, action and linking), and adjectives (i.e., comparison forms and articles) within context. identify declarative, interrogative, and exclamatory sentences by recognizing appropriate end marks. select the best way to correct incomplete sentences within context. identify the correct use of pronouns (i.e., subject, object, and agreement), and adverbs

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(i.e., comparison forms and negatives) within context. identify the correct use of commas (i.e., series, dates, addresses, friendly letters, 4.3.spi.5. 2 Language introductory words, compound sentences) within context. recognize usage errors occurring within context (i.e., double negatives, troublesome 4.3.spi.6. 2 Language words: to, too, two; their, there, they're; its, it's). 4.3.spi.7. identify correctly spelled words in context. 2 Language 4.3.spi.8. choose the correct formation of plurals, contractions and possessives within context. 2 Language 4.3.spi.9. choose the correct use of quotation marks and commas in direct quotations. 3 Language 4.3.spi.10. identify sentences with correct subject-verb agreement (person and number). 3 Language SPI Item Level Category Number and 4.1.spi.1. represent whole numbers to 9999 1 Operation Number and 4.1.spi.2. compare and order whole numbers to 9999 using the appropriate symbol (<, >, =) 1 Operation solve one-step real-world problems involving addition or subtraction of whole Number and 4.1.spi.3. 1 numbers. Operation Number and 4.1.spi.4. read and write numbers from hundred-thousands to hundredths 2 Operation Number and 4.1.spi.5. identify the place value of a given digit from hundred-thousands to hundredths 2 Operation identify fractions as parts of whole units, as parts of sets, as locations on number Number and 4.1.spi.6. 2 lines, and as divisions of whole numbers Operation Number and 4.1.spi.7. multiply efficiently and accurately with single-digit whole numbers 2 Operation use estimation to select a reasonable solution to a whole number computation Number and 4.1.spi.8. 2 involving addition, subtraction, or multiplication Operation Number and 4.1.spi.9. add and subtract decimals (includes monetary units) 2 Operation represent whole numbers up to 10,000 in expanded form ( 1000's + 100's + 10's Number and 4.1.spi.10. 2 + 1's) Operation Number and 4.1.spi.11. add and subtract fractions with like denominators. 2 Operation Number and 4.1.spi.12. represent numbers as both improper fractions and mixed numbers 3 Operation generate equivalent forms of whole numbers, commonly used fractions, and Number and 4.1.spi.13. 3 decimals Operation solve one-step real-world problems involving addition, subtraction, or Number and 4.1.spi.14. 3 multiplication of whole numbers and/or decimals. Operation 4.2.spi.1. solve open sentences involving addition and subtraction. 1 Algebra 4.2.spi.2. extend numerical and geometric patterns 2 Algebra 4.2.spi.3. determine the function rule for data in a function table 2 Algebra 4.2.spi.4. connect open sentences to real-world situations 2 Algebra 4.2.spi.5. solve open sentences involving multiplication and division. 2 Algebra 4.2.spi.6. apply basic function rules. 3 Algebra 4.3.spi.1. identify points, lines, and rays. 1 Geometry 4.3.spi.2. recognize congruent geometric figures 2 Geometry 4.3.spi.3. identify lines of symmetry for two -dimensional geometric figures 2 Geometry identify the result of a transformation (flip or slide) that has been applied to a 4.3.spi.4. 2 Geometry simple two - dimensional geometric shape. 4.3.spi.5. identify two- or three-dimensional shapes given defining attributes 3 Geometry 4.3.spi.6. locate and specify points in Quadrant I of a coordinate system. 3 Geometry 4.4.spi.1. read temperature using Fahrenheit and Celsius scales. 1 Measurement 4.4.spi.2. find the perimeter of rectangles 2 Measurement 4.4.spi.3. tell time on the minute 2 Measurement 4.4.spi.4. measure length to the nearest 1/4 inch or nearest centimeter 2 Measurement 4.4.spi.5. use estimation to determine if a length or volume measurement is reasonable 2 Measurement 4.4.spi.6. solve real-world problems involving addition and subtraction of measurements 2 Measurement 4.4.spi.7. solve real-world problems involving elapsed time to the quarter -hour. 2 Measurement 4.4.spi.8. apply the formula for finding area of a rectangle 3 Measurement select the appropriate standard units to measure length, perimeter, area, capacity, 4.4.spi.9. 3 Measurement volume, weight, time, temperature, and angles. 4.5.spi.1. interpret data displayed in bar graphs and pictographs. 1 Data

4.5.spi.2. connect data in tables to pictographs, line graphs, or bar graphs determine the most likely, least likely, or equally likely outcomes in simple experiments select all possible outcomes of a simple experiment (i.e., spinner, coin toss, number or color cube).

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