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  • 1. 44tthh -- 66tthh SSkkiillllss RRoouunndd--UUpp RReevviieeww Summer Creaons by LAckert
  • 2. Name: __________________________ Score: ______________ Fix this sentence: norton b krimshaw said the louisiana purchase treaty were signed in paris on april 30 1803 _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Circle the adjectives: 15 million dollars was paid for the entire territory and included 828,000 square miles of land. Circle the nouns: Napoleon Bonaparte offered to sell Louisiana to the United States in 1803. You are Thomas Jefferson. Write a letter to a friend, expressing your joy over the Louisiana Purchase. __________________________________ _____________________________ _____________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________ __________________________________ Use the editing marks to fix the sentence.
  • 3. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ 1 Adjectives Directions: Read each sentence. Write the adjective(s) that appear in each sentence on the line to the right. If no adjective(s) appear in the sentence, write no adjective present on the line. 1. Bob ran quickly down the street. _______________________ 2. Jody had to reach out to catch the ball. _______________________ 3. My hand got really cold when I touched the water. _______________________ 4. We went to visit the Finger Lake Region for vacation. _______________________ 5. The biggest star in our galaxy is the Sun. _______________________ 6. I made a wish when I blew out the candles. _______________________ 7. Strawberry is my favorite ice cream flavor. _______________________ 8. Parking lots are big places, that have a lot of cars. _______________________ 9. My dancing shoes have a hole in them. _______________________ 10. I get lost in the book whenever I read. _______________________ 11. The smell of flowers is my favorite smell. _______________________ 12. Sarah's cat is yellow and has big claws. _______________________ 13. I have green pencils in my other pocket. _______________________ 14. I enjoy riding my bike around the park. _______________________ 15. In July, I ran in a long marathon. _______________________
  • 4. Name: Fill in the blanks with the words from the previous page. Read how silly this is! (1) name of boy wanted to be a rock star when he grew up. He (2) verb, past tense songs. He practiced singing and (3) -ing verb . He watched singers on television. His parents even took him to (4) noun, plural, event . Sometimes he even stood in front of his (5) noun to practice being a rock star. Now he just needed to grow up. Use each of the letters to fill in the grid. Write two words. E F L W S E V E Write the relative adverb on the line. Do you remember the time when Jenna's aunt visited our class to talk about China? Write the hidden word. Start at one letter and then move either left or right. A C R O S S The factors of 8 are 1 4 Choose the answer that best completes the sentence. I come to your birthday party if I could, but I am grounded. A might B would C will D can Color 0.44.
  • 5. Name ____________________________ Date _______________ Top 100 Social Studies Vocabulary List 1: Matching Match the letter to correct number. Answer Word Definition(s) ______ 1. agriculture A. a document from a governing body listing rights or restrictions ______ 2. alliance B. a municipality organized to support its citizens ______ 3. amendment C. the point where soil meets water on the edge of land ______ 4. ancestor D. the limitations or restrictions imposed ______ 5. ballot E. to give or receive information ______ 6. bias F. the genetic predecessor ______ 7. boundary G. the science of soil cultivation ______ 8. capitalism H. the gathering of people with written records, codes of behavior and laws ______ 9. charter I. a group of people gathered in a foreign land, but remaining loyal to their homeland ______ 10. citizen J. an opinion with prejudice ______ 11. city K. operates under the rules of free enterprise ______ 12. civilization L. the dependence or affinity with another group ______ 13. coast M. the addition or clause to a legal document ______ 14. colony N. a member of a community ______ 15. communication O. the form used in voting
  • 6. Name __________________________________ Date ____________________ Jellyfish: Bells of the Sea Jellyfish are sea animals with soft bodies that are shaped like bells or umbrellas. Long tentacles hang down from the bell-shaped body. These tentacles are used for stinging and catching small fish. There are many different kinds of jellyfish. Some are as small as your thumbnail and some are as large as a double bed! Most jellyfish are transparent, or see-through, and some even glow in the dark. Jellyfish can be almost any color. Jellyfish eat small ocean animals such as shrimp and plankton. They also eat other jellyfish! They catch their prey by using stingers in their tentacles. They wrap their tentacles around the prey and then pull it into their mouths. Jellyfish usually drift along in the ocean current, but sometimes you see them swimming by moving their bodies in a way that looks a lot like an umbrella opening and shutting slowly. Unlike most animals who have special organs for senses (like noses for smelling and tongues for tasting), jellyfish have little cells all over their bodies that smell and taste and tell light from dark. This also helps the jellyfish tell up from down, since sunlight only shines at the top of the ocean s waters. You can find jellyfish in all the oceans of the world. But if you ever find one on a beach, don't pick it up! Jellyfish have tentacles that can sting you even after the jellyfish are dead. More people are killed by jellyfish stings every year than from attacks by the Great White shark!
  • 7. Name __________________________________ Date ____________________ Answer the questions about Jellyfish: Bells of the Sea True or False 1. A jellyfish is as hard as a bell. T F 2. A jellyfish is shaped like a bed. T F 3. Most jellyfish are transparent T F 4. Some jellyfish can sing. T F 5. There are jellyfish in the Atlantic Ocean. T F 6. The jellyfish uses its tentacles to: a) sting fish. b) catch fish. c) hold umbrellas. d) both a and b. 7. If you find a dead jellyfish you should: a) pick it up. b) cover it with sand. c) leave it alone. d) fold it in half. 8. Find five adjectives (words that describe) in the text on jellyfish. a) ______________________________ b) ______________________________ c) ______________________________ d) ______________________________ e) ______________________________
  • 8. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . 1 Dictionary Skills Directions: Using a dictionary, find the meaning to each of the following highlighted word and scenarios. 1. If you were beautifying your neighborhood park, what might you be doing to it? ________________________________ 2. If you didn't understand the lingo used in a book, what don't you understand? ________________________________ 3. If an artist asked to hold their palette, what would you be holding? ________________________________ 4. If you were told that the water in your house was not potable, what would you do? ________________________________ 5. If a doctor used a rhino scope to examine you, what body part would they be looking at? ________________________________ 6. If your friend said she was growing spelt, what would she be growing? ________________________________ 7. Where would you find a hackamore? ________________________________ 8. Where might you find an exergue? ________________________________ 9. When running, if you are feeling lethargic what should you do? ________________________________ 10. If you hired a pettifogger, whom would you be hiring? ________________________________ 11. If your shirt reeks, what should you do with it? ________________________________ 12. If you owned a sesterce, what would you do with it? ________________________________ 13. Name three living things that are apodal? ________________________________
  • 9. How many blue triangles are there? ________ How many green triangles are there? ________ How many triangles are there altogether? ________ For every _____blue triangles, there are _____ green triangles. Compare the number of blue triangles to all the triangles? What is the ratio? Explain you answer and illustrate it in the space below. ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Name ____________________________________________ Date______________________
  • 10. Name: Read the topic. Try to make it better. The first one is done for you. Topic: animals 1. monkeys swinging in the trees 2. Draw one line to try to find two words in each puzzle. The bold letters are the start of each word. You can move left, right, up, or down. Write the two words that you find. B R Q I Q O I D E A W Q Z U O L X I D R Q P C O Y A P Q E I I N B I U A R D M Y I E J E U T O E N I E A C S I I O C D V O Q A A I O C O H I M U A J A E O I L U A E U O A O A D I I Y Q T U W E I R X E K Q U U I B R Q B G I Z E M M S O Z Y H M W D E G E I I O G A G E E W I V T R O O U X I H A O M V I I A O M O S E N K W W Q A U M Q P F H K B W P B U K E R V K U O F M I J K A U D D S U O I C S O E N B Y T A L I J E F O I I S Z G O P O L E C R O J U U K W P A A W P F E U E C L U for fawr forr fewr tthree three threee thre knaw knoow know nooh tiht tigt tigh tight satcel setchel satchel sathel muwr more mori mewr valoo vayoo value velue lons launs lios lions The correct spelling of a word is given along with misspellings. Write the correct spelling for each word.
  • 11. Name:                                                                                                                                                                                - 18 -
  • 12. Divide. Complete the function table. Draw the ordered points on the grid. Label each point. Complete. Name _____________________________ 28. 9 23,307 29. 5 56,982 30. 8 168,440 31. 2 9,576,203 32. 9 442,935 33. 3 389,461 34. Rule: z = 8y Input y 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Output z 35. Rule: t = r + 16 Input r 7 14 21 28 35 Output t 36. Z (1, 5) M (6, 4) Y (2, 7) L (2, 5) R (0, 0) V (2, 1) 37. H (5, 3) T (5, 6) R (1, 0) P (4, 3) M (0, 5) V (4, 4) 38. 75 64 + 25 39. 70 85 + 93 40. 77 49 + 39 41. 69 94 + 48 42. 19 16 + 25 - 124 -
  • 13. Name:                                     - 112 -
  • 14. Name: __________________________ Score: _______ Please fix: scientists they agrees that Greenhouse gases trapp heat in the atmosphere comment erika _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Circle the adjectives: Warmer temperatures could lead to more frequent, intense storms. Underline the VERB and circle the ADVERB. This adverb tells: Human activities are rapidly adding greenhouse gases to the atmosphere. how when where What are some of the human activities that increase conditions that may cause global warming? Please remember all rules and write in complete sentences. Use the editing marks to fix. _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________
  • 15. Find the sum. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form. Find the perimeter of each polygon. Find each ordered pair. Write the letter for the point named by the ordered pair. Find the value of y. Name _____________________________ 12. 1 4 + 6 12 = 13. 3 5 + 1 2 = 14. 1 2 + 2 6 = 15. 2 3 + 4 5 = 16. 6 8 + 2 4 = 17. 5 7 + 1 2 = 18. 4 9 + 1 6 = 19. 1 2 + 4 5 = 20. DK=91 mm DQ=229 mm VU=134 mm NU=229 mm TQ=120 mm TX=129 mm XP=94 mm VY=129 mm AL=60 mm AK=151 mm FN=60 mm LF=151 mm RY=46 mm PS=63 mm SG=57 mm RG=63 mm 21. (6, 7)_______ (-7, 1)_______ (-5, -1)_______ (0, -1)_______ (5, -6)_______ 22. (3, 8)_______ (-4, 3)_______ (8, -5)_______ (0, 2)_______ (2, -3)_______ 23. y = _____ 1 2 ÷ 1 y = 1 24. y = _____ y 1 ÷ 2 5 = 17 1 2 25. y = _____ 2 y ÷ 6 1 = 1 9 26. y = _____ 10 11 ÷ y 2 = 1 9 11 27. y = _____ 2 9 ÷ 1 2 = 4 y 28. y = _____ 1 5 ÷ 1 2 = y 5 29. y = _____ 4 y ÷ 5 1 = 4 25 30. y = _____ 3 4 ÷ 2 y = 1 1 8 - 130 -
  • 16. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Adjectives Directions: Read each sentence. Write the adjective(s) that appear in each sentence on the line to the right. If no adjective(s) appear in the sentence, write no adjective present on the line. 1. I just heard the news and it made me very happy. _______________________ 2. Birch is the type of wood we used to build our house. _______________________ 3. I used tape to fix the ripped paper. _______________________ 4. We used Sarah's old camera to take all of the pictures. _______________________ 5. The floor moved as the earthquake took place. _______________________ 6. Roger's gloves are big and blue. _______________________ 7. First prize is for the race is a wonderful vacation to Florida. _______________________ 8. The phone rang very loudly. _______________________ 9. My good friends call me Tommy. _______________________ 10. The orange paper is the best paper for writing. _______________________ 11. The radio station played my song. _______________________ 12. The biggest mountain I have ever seen is Red Mountain. _______________________ 13. The teacher made the students do the difficult assignments. _______________________ 14. Nancy had the longest jump for the entire class. _______________________ 15. You are the most hardworking person I have ever met. _______________________
  • 17. Name:                                                            
  • 18. Complete each divisibility table. Write yes if the number is divisible by the given number. Write no if it is not divisible by the given number. Complete. Solve for the unknown value in each equation. Write an equation for each problem. Then solve the equation. Name _____________________________ 83. 72 by 2 ________ by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________ 84. 280 by 3 ________ by 6 ________ by 7 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________ 85. 486 by 2 ________ by 3 ________ by 4 ________ by 7 ________ by 9 ________ 86. 6,720 by 4 ________ by 5 ________ by 7 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________ 87. 6,970 x 90 88. 68,241 x 10 89. 7,103 x 50 90. 32,620 x 99 91. 35,523 x 17 92. 2,640 x 74 93. 5,548 x 81 94. 44,433 x 47 95. y ÷ 3 = 5 96. 42 ÷ x = 14 97. 2n = 40 98. t ÷ 3 = 19 99. 44 ÷ x = 22 100. 4y = 72 101. 30 ÷ n = 15 102. t ÷ 9 = 3 103. 4n = 24 104. t ÷ 7 = 10 105. 6y = 54 106. 63 ÷ x = 7 107. The difference between 66 and a number is 16. 108. A number minus 44 is 19. 109. 85 plus a number is 140. 110. A number multiplied by 8 is 96. 111. A number plus 83 is 98. 112. A number divided by 12 is 3.
  • 19. Name: __________________________ Score: ________ Please fix: an wild bore it live in plases like europe north africa japan and new zealand _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Circle the prepositional phrase in this sentence. The wild boar is hiding behind the tree. Circle the nouns and underline the verb. Wild boar eat a variety of items including acorns, roots, earthworms, and grasshoppers. Please choose the correct word. They (stay stays ) active during the daytime and twilight hours. Write a complete sentence answer to the question: Why should people stay away from a charging wild boar? _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Add ing to these words: include _____________________ run _____________________ grunt ______________________ Use the editing marks to fix.
  • 20. Name Date >Greater> <Less< Than Puzzle Fill in each box of the puzzle using the numbers from 1 to 5. Every row must contain the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Every column must contain the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5. Use the greater and less than signs to help you fill in boxes that are adjacent to them. < 3 4 < 5 > > > 2 > > > 4 2 > 1 4
  • 21. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Where's The Adjective? Adjectives modify nouns by asking the question how many or what kind? Words such as several, few, and a lot, answer how many. Words such as delicious, bumpy, and hilly answer what kind. Underline the adjectives in each sentence that tell how many. ____________ 1) There are five players on a basketball team. ____________ 2) Several days ago my dog was missing. ____________ 3) All of the students will receive a certificate. ____________ 4) There are many puppies for sale. ____________ 5) We ordered only one pizza. ____________ 6) How many ice cream cones did you want? ____________ 7) There are only a few newspapers left to deliver. ____________ 8) Sam rented two videos for tonight. ____________ 9) Several of the girls wanted to go skating. ____________ 10) There are fifty states in the United States of America. ____________ 11) Only a few of the students finished their project on time. ____________ 12) Tom Cruise has been in many films. ____________
  • 22. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills Words A-C Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. arrogant 2. ambiguous 3. amorphous 4. agenda 5. apathy 6. blueprint 7. comprehensive 8. convention 9. conform 10. condemn
  • 23. Name: Fill in the blanks. Do not look at the next page. When you are done, use these words on the next page. (1) name of boy (2) verb, past tense (3) -ing verb (4) noun, plural, event (5) noun Find the words in the word search. Oh, no! The vowels are missing. You will need to write a vowel in each box. One is done for you. N J F L H N N C R A Z E P P L Q W V Z X L M N X G R V R Z G P J C L Y M F H G Q W V R J G S T N T Y N L H T F N S B W H N L K Q X Y N S Z L N W N D W Word Bank CRAZE GROWN LITTLE POOL HONEY REVISE LAME GROVE CASH JOG What fraction of the box is shaded? 2 Circle the number that is closer. 358 is closer to 300 or 400 701 is closer to 700 or 800 796 is closer to 700 or 800 408 is closer to 400 or 500 51 is closer to 50 or 60 526 is closer to 500 or 600
  • 24. Find the prime factorization of each number. Rewrite the amount of money in decimal form. Divide. Complete. Name _____________________________ 43. 36 44. 12 45. 14 46. 59 47. 25 48. 15 49. 34 50. 29 51. 64 52. 51 53. 32 54. 44 55. fifty-seven dollars ____________________ 56. nine dollars and eighteen cents ____________________ 57. nine cents ____________________ 58. twenty-eight dollars and five cents ____________________ 59. 2 4 60. 10 80 61. 5 50 62. 4 20 63. 58 + 6,451 64. 137 + 215 65. 18 + 18 66. 5,422 + 1,032 67. 532 + 5,444 68. 66 + 504 69. 5,700 + 19 70. 392 + 894
  • 25. Name: __________________________ Score: ________ Please fix: davy woul nt whant to clim that mountain shouted billy _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Write the base (root) words: happiness ____________ cheerful __________________ recycle ________________ Add an adverb to this sentence. Rewrite the new sentence on the line. Raymond tossed the ball. Please choose the correct word. Jamie collected the ( more most ) orders. Write a complete sentence answer to the question: What is a prefix? _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Write a complete sentence using all of these words in your sentence: divided friends when Use the editing marks to fix.
  • 26. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Nouns Directions: Read each sentence. Write the noun(s) that appear in each sentence in the lines to the right. If no noun(s) appear in the sentence, write no noun present on the line. 1. Bob ran quickly down the street. _______________________ 2. Jody had to reach out to catch the ball. _______________________ 3. My hand got really cold when I touched the water. _______________________ 4. We went to visit the Finger Lakes Region for vacation. _______________________ 5. The biggest star in our galaxy is the Sun. _______________________ 6. I made a wish when I blew out the candles. _______________________ 7. Strawberry is my favorite ice cream flavor. _______________________ 8. Parking lots are big places that have a lot of cars. _______________________ 9. My dancing shoes have a hole in them. _______________________ 10. I get lost in the book whenever I read. _______________________ 11. The smell of flowers is my favorite smell. _______________________ 12. Sarah's cat is yellow and has big claws. _______________________ 13. I have green pencils in my other pocket. _______________________ 14. I enjoy riding my bike around the park. _______________________ 15. In July, I ran in a long marathon. _______________________
  • 27. Name: Destiny's family consists of Natalie, Samantha, Sean, and Justin. They are Destiny's mother, father, younger brother, and younger sister. Name which person is the mother, father, younger brother, and younger sister. Sean is not Destiny's mother. He is also not Destiny's younger sister. 1. Samantha is not Destiny's younger brother.2. Justin is older than Destiny.3. Natalie has no sisters.4. Justin likes to jog. He jogs every morning.5.
  • 28. Name: __________________________ Score: ______________ Please fix: did you no that Benjamin franklin he create the First public library asked molly brown _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Write the antonym (means the opposite) from the word bank: sob asleep sad lose win ________________ funny ________________ laugh ________________ awake _________________ Circle the compound words in this sentence. His footprints were found everywhere along the sandy beach. Circle the prepositional phrase(s) in this sentence. An alligator was swimming along the side of the river. Choose a synonym for each word from the word bank. loud annoy city smart correct rescue bright _______________________ right ____________________ noisy _______________________ save ____________________ bother _______________________ town ____________________ Write a super sentence with adjectives! Use these nouns in your sentence. school students Use the editing marks to fix.
  • 29. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . 3 Dictionary Skills Words D-F Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. deliberate 2. defendant 3. detrimental 4. diverge 5. extraneous 6. elusive 7. erratic 8. exploit 9. exacerbate 10. fundamental
  • 30. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Nouns Directions: Read each sentence. Write the noun(s) that appear in each sentence on the line to the right. If no noun(s) appear in the sentence, write no noun present on the line. 1. I just heard the news and it made me very happy. _______________________ 2. Birch is the type of wood we used to build our house. _______________________ 3. I used tape to fix the ripped paper. _______________________ 4. We used Sarah's old camera to take all of the pictures. _______________________ 5. The floor moved as the earthquake took place. _______________________ 6. Roger's gloves are big and blue. _______________________ 7. First prize is for the race is a wonderful vacation to Florida. _______________________ 8. The phone rang very loudly. _______________________ 9. My good friends call me Tommy. _______________________ 10. The orange paper is the best paper for writing. _______________________ 11. The radio station played my song. _______________________ 12. The biggest mountain I have ever seen is Red Mountain. _______________________ 13. The teacher made the students do the difficult assignments. _______________________ 14. Nancy had the longest jump for the entire class. _______________________ 15. You are the most hardworking person I have ever met. _______________________
  • 31. Name:                                                           
  • 32. Comparative Shopping As you shop, you will find that most products are available in different quantities. Quantity can mean the weight of the product or the number of items included. In order to find the best value, you must compare the price per unit of each product. Find the price per unit by dividing the product price by the quantity; then round the quotient to the nearest hundredth. Example 1: Sugar is available in a 4 pound bag and in an 8 pound bag. The 4 pound bag costs $1.79. Find the price per unit by dividing 1.79 by 4. The quotient is 0.4475. Round that number to the nearest hundredth to get $0.45 per pound. The 8 pound bag costs $3.29. Divide 3.29 by 8 to get a quotient of 0.41125. Round that number to the nearest hundredth to get $0.41 per pound. The 8 pound bag of sugar costs $0.04 per pound less than the 4 pound bag; therefore, the 8 pound bag is a better value. Item: Sugar a b Price $ 1. 79 $ 3.29 Quantity 4 lbs. 8 lbs. Price per Unit $0.45 per lb. $0.41 per lb. Best Value $0.04 less per lb. Example 2: Donuts are sold in boxes of 12 or 24. Study the chart to see how the best value was found. Item: Donuts a b Price $ 2.49 $ 4.89 Quantity 12 24 Price per Unit $0.21 per donut $0.20 per donut Best Value $0.01 less each
  • 33. Comparative Shopping Practice Complete the charts below to find the best values. 1. Item: Juice a b Price $ 0.99 $ 1.59 Quantity 20 oz. can 28 oz. can Price per Unit Best Value 2. Item: Cereal a b Price $ 3. 89 $ 4.19 Quantity 12 oz. box 17 oz. box Price per Unit Best Value 3. Item: Soup a b Price $ 0. 89 $ 1.09 Quantity 10 oz. can 15 oz. can Price per Unit Best Value 4. Item: Flour a b Price $ 1. 59 $ 3.39 Quantity 5 lb. bag 10 lb. bag Price per Unit Best Value 5. Item: Trash Bags a b Price $ 5. 29 $ 6.89 Quantity 28 bags 32 bags Price per Unit Best Value
  • 34. Comparative Shopping Worksheet Use the blank charts below to do your own comparison shopping at the grocery store. Item: a b Price Quantity Price per Unit Best Value Item: a b Price Quantity Price per Unit Best Value Item: a b Price Quantity Price per Unit Best Value Item: a b Price Quantity Price per Unit Best Value Item: a b Price Quantity Price per Unit Best Value
  • 35. Name:                                                                                                                    
  • 36. Name ________________________________________ Date ______________________ AS FLAT AS A PANCAKE A simile is a comparison that uses like or as . Stanley became as flat as a pancake when the bulletin board fell on him. Snow White had skin as white as snow and lips as red as blood. Draw a line As blue as the feather As black as sky As green as mouse As quiet as a grass As light as a flash As quick as a night Make up your own 1. My school bag is as heavy as____________________________________ 2. My dog is as fat as____________________________________________ 3. The ocean is as ______________as_______________________________ 4. My hair is as ______________as_________________________________ 5. My kitten s teeth are as sharp as _________________________________ 6. The bruise on my leg was as purple as ____________________________ 7. When I get home from school, I am as hungry as a___________________ 8. We were as warm as ___________________________________ that day. 9. She was as confused as ____________________________________
  • 37. Name:               
  • 38. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Nouns Directions: Read each sentence. Write the noun(s) that appear in each sentence on the line to the right. If no noun(s) appear in the sentence, write no noun present on the line. 1. Katie is the most popular girl in school. _______________________ 2. All the new jeans that I own are the color blue. _______________________ 3. I use my old computer to communicate with my friends at night. _______________________ 4. Harry is the name of my dog. _______________________ 5. Fishing in muddy rivers is my only hobby. _______________________ 6. Red is John's favorite color. _______________________ 7. I like put mustard on my hamburgers. _______________________ 8. When I read, I enjoy reading true stories. _______________________ 9. My favorite types of movies are action movies. _______________________ 10. The first ball Nancy pitched barely reached the plate. _______________________ 11. The parking lot became filled with cars very quickly. _______________________ 12. Please give the teacher your name. _______________________ 13. That old hairbrush belongs to Jen. _______________________ 14. A bloodhound makes a wonderful pet. _______________________ 15. His new suit is at the cleaners. _______________________
  • 39. Name Date Color in the rectangles along the path. SAME: use the same color as the previous rectangle DIFFERENT: pick any color that is different from the previous rectangle same different same different same same different different different Color in the rectangles along the path. SAME: use the same color as the previous rectangle DIFFERENT: pick any color that is different from the previous rectangle same same different different - -
  • 40. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills: Words G-I Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. gullible 2. ghastly 3. heir 4. hoard 5. hypocrite 6. hypothesis 7. ingenious 8. integrity 9. inaudible 10. implausible
  • 41. Name:                                                                                                                                                                                  
  • 42. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Pronoun Worksheet Direction: Read each sentence. Circle the correct pronoun. 1. (I, me) will pick up the groceries. 2. (She, her) sent (I, me) a package in the mail. 3. Are you going to visit (he, him) this evening? 4. Wendy is somewhere around. Have you seen (she, her)? 5. The commanding officer gave (him, he) and (me, I) a certificate for our leadership. 6. They told (us, we) to meet (them, they) in the parking lot. 7. (They, them) invited (we, us) over for lemonade. 8. Our house is always open to (they, them). 9. Adrian chose (he, him) and (I, me) for teammates. 10. There were dozens of bees buzzing around (we, us).
  • 43. Name Date Read these directions carefully. Below is a number chart. The first number is 1. Each box in the number chart has a number that is one more than the previous box. Help the girl find her desk. You will write some numbers in the chart to help find the way. To do this, start in the box with the picture of the boy. Connect the boy picture to the desk picture by moving up, down, right, or left, drawing a continuous line from one box to another until you reach the picture of the desk. Each time you draw a line to a box also write in GREEN the number that goes in that box. Blue Numbers: Boxes that are NOT a part of the path. Green Numbers: Boxes that ARE a part of the path. Your path must use the GREEN numbers. You may not cross over a line to use a box twice. 1. Start at the box with the picture of the boy. 2. Go to the right 1 box. 3. Go up 5 boxes. 4. Go to the right 2 boxes. 5. Go down 4 boxes. 6. Go to the left 1 box. 7. Go up 2 boxes. 8. You should now be at the box with the picture of the desk. 1 2 89 90 78 68 58
  • 44. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Pronoun Worksheet Direction: Read each sentence. Circle the correct answer. 1. Neither Bob or Carol (believe, believes) that Ted loves Alice. 2. Everyone should try (his, their) best in college. 3. A piano and a chandelier (is, are) in the old mansion that will be torn down. 4. Somebody in the class left (his, their) shoes in the room, didn't (he, they)? 5. Each of the twins (was, were) distinctive in (her, their) own way. 6. Everyone in the band (is, are) ready. 7. The group of girls (is, are) traveling to West Virginia for (its, their) Karate tournament. 8. A number of professors (think, thinks) that writing is important for any field of study. 9. Most of the stories in the magazine (contains, contain) some irony. 10. Neither the captain nor the deckhands knew that (he, they) (was, were) in danger until the tidal wave him. 11. The prizes were awarded to ______ and _______. (one male and one female) swimmer.
  • 45. Name Date 9 12 1 8 1 5 10 14 8 9 23 8 6 9 7 4 4 5 4 8 3 5 3 2 7 5 9 6 3 10 1 12 7 16 14 Draw a rectangle around groups of numbers that add up to 30. Try to find 8 groups. Do not overlap rectangles. 11 12 7 2 8 5 10 22 6 7 8 5 2 4 8 2 3 1 3 9 12 14 4 5 10 9 1 6 22 7 7 9 3 7 5 9 2 3 14 5 5 156 Draw a rectangle around groups of numbers that add up to 45. How many rectangles did you draw? _____
  • 46. Name: The sum of two whole numbers is twenty-three. The difference between the two numbers is one. What are these two numbers? Write the length in millimeters. cm 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 6 - 2 6 or ph an ost nei bor o etto sym ony lock ele ant ase og hi cli lau su iciency si Fill in the missing letters. Write ff, gh, f, or ph. Mr. Martinez brought 25 cookies to school. Four children ate 3 cookies each. Mr. Martinez made a wild guess that he had 10 cookies left. How many cookies did he really have left? Write the number for sixteen thousand, fifty-seven. 2 6 Which is larger, 1 6 or 3 5 ? 1 x 4 = 1 2 x 8 =
  • 47. Name Date Compare the two shapes. Circle congruent or not congruent. B A congruent not congruent A B congruent not congruent B A congruent not congruent
  • 48. Write the value of . Complete. To the nearest tenth, find the circumference. Use 3.14 for . Complete. Name _____________________________ 31. + 900,000 + 7,000 + 10,000 = 917,080 32. 9 ones + hundreds + 4 tens = 849 33. 400 + 5,000 + + 10 = 5,418 34. + 3 + 80 = 983 35. 0.09415 L = ________ mL 36. 4,006,990 g = ________ t 37. 4,020 mg = ________ cg 38. 901.00004 km = ________ cm 39. 760,000,000 mg = ________ kg 40. 0.00032 L = ________ cL 41. SY = 68 cm 42. RT = 66 in 43. 1.802 x 9 44. 27.05 x 7 45. 54.07 x 2 46. 42.2198 x 5 47. 8.6611 x 52 48. 93.35 x 68 49. 2.802 x 5 50. 78.3891 x 77
  • 49. Name: You are going to write a paragraph. Read the topic sentence. Read the closing sentence. Write supporting details for your paragraph. Topic Sentence: Students can care for the Earth by reducing waste. Supporting detail: Supporting detail: Supporting detail: Closing Sentence: If students will make some small changes, they can reduce a lot of waste and make a big difference for the Earth. Write a word problem for 7 + 4 = 11. nooh know kno knoww 4 2 + 4 3 12 current time (pm) 12 time party starts (pm) How long until the party? 3 x 9 2 x 2 4 x 9 2 x 1 1
  • 50. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills Words J-M Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. jargon 2. lament 3. lofty 4. lampoon 5. levity 6. lurid 7. mediocre 8. meticulous 9. methodical 10. migrate
  • 51. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Make Me Proper!: Proper Noun Worksheet Direction: Read each common noun in the left column. Write a proper noun for each common noun on the right. For example: common noun: street, proper noun: Warren Street. Common Noun river park continent mountain singer inventor mayor stadium car shop Proper Noun _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________
  • 52. Name: Fill in the blanks. Do not look at the next page. When you are done, use these words on the next page. (1) name of a girl (2) adjective (3) noun (4) noun (5) noun - write 2 words (6) noun (7) adjective (8) noun (9) name of student (10) verb (11) noun Write a topic and a story to describe the picture. Topic: Write a paragraph: ch e e k pa age scu y b f m se sl t Fill in the missing double consonants.
  • 53. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Adverb Worksheet Adverbs describe, or modify, verbs. They tell how, when, and where things happen. Directions: Read each sentence. Circle the adverb in each sentence. Tell whether the adverb tells how, when, or where. 1. The mail carrier finally arrived. __________ 2. Yesterday, we ran out to meet her. __________ 3. Maggie clapped her hands excitedly. _________ 4. I quickly opened the gold envelope. __________ 5. Then, Maggie eagerly read the letter.__________ 6. She shouted proudly, "We won the contest!" __________ 7. He keeps his collection safely upstairs. _________ 8. He works on it often. __________ 9. Sometimes friends send Butch new stamps. _______ 10. He buys unusual stamps downtown. _________
  • 54. Name:                                                    -
  • 55. Name: Fill in the blanks with the words from the previous page. Read how silly this is! (1) name of a girl was always (2) adjective when she got home from school. After putting her (3) noun down, she opened the (4) noun and reached for two jars. One jar held (5) noun - write 2 words and the other held (6) noun . She made her (7) adjective sandwich and then poured herself a glass of (8) noun . (9) name of student knew that she could never (10) verb her homework unless she'd first eaten a/an (11) noun . Jacob is playing a game with you. You need to guess his number. Cross off the numbers that do not fit the clues. He left you these clues: The number is divisible by 6. The tens digit is not 6, 7, or 1. The number is even. The number is divisible by 3. 83 55 63 10 69 70 99 90 77 11 53 71 85 78 91 What is Jacob's number? How many 8s are in 72? 6 4 - 1 = Write a synonym and antonym for each of these words. detain, interior 4 1 1 1 + 1 2 Round 914,285 to the nearest ten-thousand. The cook could make 53 hamburgers every hour. How many could he make in 6 hours?
  • 56. Name: __________________________ Score: __________ Please fix: dr bradley s preston are help patients at rosemont hospitals emergency Room _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Write the number of syllables next to each word. Draw a diagonal line between each syllable. emergency _______ hospital _______ injury_______ stretcher _______ Circle the predicate: Dr. Preston administered aid to an injured bicyclist. Circle the compound words in this sentence. Dr. Preston injected medication into the gentleman s vein. Write a sentence that shows a different meaning for the underlined word. Example: Sue got a can of beans from the shelf. Sue can cook dinner now. The ride the bicyclist had taken proved to be a bad decision. ____________________________________________________________________________________ If he had worn his helmet he might not have been so badly injured. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Circle the subject in this sentence. Fortunately, the young man s injuries were not life-threatening. Use the editing marks to fix this sentence.
  • 57. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills Words N-O Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. novel 2. nullify 3. negate 4. objective 5. obsolete 6. ominous 7. omniscient 8. oblivious 9. obliterate 10. opaque
  • 58. Creating a Street Map Objective: To learn and practice mapping skills. You will need: • My Neighborhood Map grid - 2 copies • clipboard • compass (directional) • pencil • map pencils • ruler Instructions: Teachers/Parents: 1. Discuss maps and how they are made. 2. Show some examples of street maps. Discuss what is on the maps. 3. Take your students for a walk around the block where you live. Have each student take along a clipboard, one copy of My Neighborhood Map, a compass and a pencil. 4. Give the students guidelines in advance of what areas to include on the map. 5. Emphasize that you are not making a scale map. Students: 1. As you walk around the block. Do a rough sketch of your neighborhood. Include streets, street names, buildings and other landmarks. Also include a simple directional compass. 2. When you return home, draw a more detailed map on the second copy of My Neighborhood Map. Refer to the rough sketch from the first copy to help you remember. 3. Label streets, buildings, and landmarks. Include symbols and a legend. 4. Color the map. Hints: • The map is not to scale, but do your best to estimate distances and keep them proportional on the map.
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  • 60. Name:                                                            
  • 61. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Adverb Worksheet Adverbs describe, or modify, verbs. They tell how, when, and where things happen. Directions: Read each sentence. Circle the adverbs in each sentence. Underline the word they modify. 1. The CEO feels unusually tense today. 2. Ginger spoke glowingly of Kyoko's extraordinary acting skills. 3. The children's teacher announced that their class was the most highly rated in the district. 4. Greg's mule accepted every task willingly. 5. You should put that hibiscus inside. 6. In the winter, New York is much colder than Florida. 7. Hank waved enthusiastically at Steve. 8. Speak softly into the microphone or we will suffer greatly. 9. When Thomas pounded firmly on the door, he woke the sleeping baby. 10. "Grammar is so difficult and quite boring," the overworked student complained bitterly.
  • 62. Name:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  
  • 63. Name: Sudoku Sums of 11 Each row, column, and box must have the numbers 1 through 6. All six numbers must be used, and none can be repeated. Hint: Look for sudoku sums. The sum of the two boxes inside of the dashed lines is 11. Here is an example of a sudoku sum of 11: 5 6 5 1 6 2 4 5 4 1 4 6 1 2 x 1 2 9 x 1 1 In each pair, circle the word that is spelled correctly. sentury, century circus, sircus nation, nashun 1 3 1 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 3 The perimeter is . On the line, write whether the group of words is a sentence or a run-on. Eli told Jed that he was going to camp Jed told Eli that he was going, too. List the first 3 multiples of 8.
  • 64. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Find the Verb! A verb is a word or phrase describing an action. Underline the verb(s) in the following sentences. 1. Dr. Greene drives to the hospital every day. 2. Mrs. Jones loves to go ice-skating. 3. There is a clown doing magic tricks in the mall. 4. My teacher is going to take us to the zoo. 5. My father takes us hiking every Saturday. 6. Sam always wants to play PlayStation. 7. The postman walks every day, except Sunday. 8. The baker bakes great cakes. 9. The waitress served us Coke. 10. Doctors work both day and night.
  • 65. Name: __________________________ Score: __________ Please fix: in abut Five day mrs jenson wil Bee planting knew rozes in her garden on summit street _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Circle the nouns in the sentence: Mary likes to ride her bike along the Poston River near her school. Circle the verb. Gavin thought of a great idea for his science project. Combine these sentences into one sentence using a conjunction. Douglas planted some roses. The roses he planted were yellow. ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ Hank went to the zoo. He wanted to study the monkeys. ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ Circle the simple subject in this sentence. Once they had passed the test, Robert and Joseph celebrated! Use the editing marks to fix this sentence.
  • 66. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills Words P Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. prodigal 2. plagiarize 3. philanthropy 4. preclude 5. promontory 6. plateau 7. parochial 8. proposition 9. precarious 10. paucity
  • 67. Name:                                                            
  • 68. Name:                                                          
  • 69. Name: Read the paragraph. Write a topic sentence and supporting details to describe the paragraph. My favorite board game to play is monopoly. I like to go around the board and decide which properties to buy. It is fun to collect money and use it to build my real estate empire. After I buy places, I build houses and hotels with all the money I have. When I build up my properties, I chuckle out loud, which makes my dad even more determined to beat me. If I beat my dad, he is surprised and wants a rematch right away. Write a topic sentence for the paragraph: Write one supporting detail: Write a second supporting detail: Use each of the letters to fill in the grid. Write two words. O W T N N Mrs. Lee bought two dozen eggs. She used five of them to make a cake. She cooked three of them for breakfast. How many eggs were left? If = 7, then 14 - = Make a pattern. Start with 101. Subtract 12. , , , , ,
  • 70. Divide. Complete the function table. Draw the ordered points on the grid. Label each point. Complete. Name _____________________________ 28. 9 8,472,078 29. 4 65,523 30. 5 9,123,292 31. 6 79,613 32. 6 204,390 33. 3 995,305 34. Rule: v = w + 13 Input w 2 4 6 8 10 Output v 35. Rule: s = 9b Input b 4 5 6 7 8 9 Output s 36. X (4, 2) J (8, 5) A (7, 6) C (3, 4) B (0, 0) E (4, 5) 37. X (5, 1) J (0, 1) F (2, 2) M (4, 5) R (4, 0) L (3, 1) 38. 28 94 + 81 39. 51 19 + 21 40. 41 36 + 82 41. 37 76 + 60 42. 57 24 + 73
  • 71. Name _______________________________________ Date________________ Lions: Great Cats! Lions are one of the great cats of the world great meaning large . They live on the savannas of Africa. These grassy plains are also home to other great creatures like the elephant, rhinoceros, and giraffe, and many smaller animals like zebras, gazelles, and birds. Lions live together in groups called prides, which can number as many as thirty individuals. Lions are easily recognized by the mane of the male. Male lions have a great lot of hair surrounding their necks and the tops of their heads. Female lionesses do not have this mane. Almost all lions are a beautiful tawny brown color, perfectly matching the dry grasses where they hunt. This camouflage helps them stalk and ambush their prey. Lions are predators, meaning they hunt other animals for their meals. African lions prefer giraffe, zebra and gazelle, but will also eat smaller animals. They have few natural enemies, but hyena packs will sometimes drive a lion away from his prey and steal it. Lions are in the feline family, which includes all cats. They are related to tigers, bobcats, cheetahs, jaguars and cougars. They are also related to the common housecat. Lions and housecats have some behaviors in common. Both will lick their paws and fur to clean themselves. Both give birth to live babies and nurse them with milk; the babies wrestle and play with each other to learn adult behavior and hunting skills. Both housecats and lions eat other creatures for sustenance. Both animals use their teeth and claws for protection. And both love to sleep away the day! Lions sleep so much for the same reason that all cats do. Cats are carnivores that only eat meat, and they use a lot of energy to get the food they need! A single zebra can weigh hundreds of pounds and can run very fast for a long distance; it takes a lot of energy for a lion to run, catch, and kill a zebra. Lions also work together to provide food for the entire pride, because often the family includes baby lions, or cubs, and their mothers, who aren t able to hunt. Considering how strong lions have to be to capture their prey, we should be glad that our pet cats are so small! Although some people try to keep lions for pets, wild animals are never safe to have in the house. They have instincts that help them survive in the wild that would make them dangerous to humans. That s why it is best for us to make sure lions and other animals have a place to live in the wild where they are safe and free.
  • 72. Name _______________________________________ Date________________ Lions: Great Cats! Comprehension 1. What family of creatures are lions a part of? a. canines b. felines c. reptiles d. amphibians 2. Lions are ___________, meaning they hunt other animals. a. cruel b. herbivores c. predators d. omnivores 3. Camouflage refers to: a. the ability of an animal to defend itself from others by force b. the ability of an animal to see in the dark c. the ability of an animal to blend in with its surroundings d. the ability of an animal to have live babies and nurse them 4. Lions are found in their natural habitat in _____________. a. Africa b. America c. Asia d. Antarctica 5. Lions love to _________________. a. swim b. catnap c. lick and groom themselves d. both b and c 6. Lions and other cats sleep a lot because they: a. are naturally lazy animals b. enjoy the dreams they have c. use a lot of energy catching their prey d. only move around at night
  • 73. Name _______________________________________ Date________________ Lions: Great Cats! True or False 1. Lion babies are called kittens . T F 2. A lion s natural habitat is the Asian jungle. T F 3. A female lion is called a lioness. T F 4. Lions have sharp claws and strong fangs. T F 5. It is safe to have a pet lion, but only if you raise it from a cub. T F 6. Zebras are a favorite meal for a lion. T F 7. Lions live in groups called prides. T F 8. Savannas are wet swampy areas. T F 9. Lions often eat fruits and grass. T F 10.Young lions are hunted by elephants. T F 11.When born, lions are blind, weak, and totally dependent on their mothers. T F 12.Many fables have been told about lions. T F 13.Lions are active only at night. T F 14.Lions are carnivores. T F
  • 74. Name _______________________________________ Date________________ Lions: Great Cats! Math Fractions 1. The lion pride consisted of 2 lions and 6 lionesses. Each lioness had cubs. One half of the lionesses had twins, and the other half had single cubs. How many lions were in the pride in all? ________________ 2. Four young lions in a pride of twenty were killed by poachers. What fraction of the pride was lost? ________________ 3. The lioness and her cub slept on and off for a total of 18 hours in one day. What fraction of the day were they actually awake? ________________ 4. a. In a pride of 14 animals, if seven were male and seven were female, what fraction of the lions would then be male? _________ b. What if two were female? What fraction would be male? ________ c. What if 10 were female? What fraction would be male? _________ d. What if 14 were male? What fraction would be female? _________ Subtraction and Addition 1. There are 12 lions in the pride. Eight lions are male. How many lions are female? ____________ 2. Six lionesses had one cub each. Three lionesses had twins. How many cubs were born altogether? ____________ 3. Poachers shot and killed four lions out of a pride of ten. How many lions were left in the pride? ____________ 4. The villagers found three lions roaming around their homes one night. They scared one away and he never came back, but the others returned the next night. How many lions returned to the village? ____________ 5. The zebra herd had 15 total zebras. After a lion attack, there were 9 left. How many zebras did the lions capture? ____________
  • 75. Name _______________________________________ Date________________ Lions: Great Cats! Word Fun Let s have fun with some words related to lions! Unscramble the letters to discover the word. 1. dipre ______________________ 2. nhtu ______________________ 3. slsieon ______________________ 4. drprotea ______________________ 5. name ______________________ 6. wcals ______________________ Match the word on the right with its definition on the left. 1. Pride a. offspring or baby 2. Cub b. female lion 3. Predator c. place where it lives 4. Habitat d. group or family 5. Lioness e. hunter of other animals Word Search: Find the 12 lion-related words. A N T E L O P E Z D O A H C O R S E I I F Y U L E S B E L R E B Q D C R N G I N E N A M A E N C A U B T P Z M A A L U L O B O Y F C E D I R P O
  • 76. Name _______________________________________ Date________________ Lions: Great Cats! Creative Writing Finish the sentence beginnings to create your own story. Once I was walking along an African plain and I saw . When those lions saw me, they . If lions could talk, the question I would ask them is: ? Draw a picture to illustrate your writing.
  • 77. Name: giving gaving givving gving remembor rihmehmur rmember remember octer acter actor atur dael deal dea deel anngry angry anry angr puhk piick pihk pick buttir buhturr butter bittur state stiyt stati sayt The correct spelling of a word is given along with misspellings. Write the correct spelling for each word. Draw one line to try to find two words in each puzzle. The bold letters are the start of each word. You can move left, right, up, or down. Write the two words that you find. H U P U Y T V H U I S U E I H F D O S O C N A P Y Y O E R A V Q I E H N T Q T U O O F E N U U S S T H E B W U H U E O E R L E R U M L W V O I U E N U L F D O H O K O U I I X A E A W P A D R B V Q L C E N J P E U A I S T E A N T E F H X R T D F Z U N D U T Y A J Q A U L O G M Z E P Y O E U I E N A A O S M X K Q D Z J W I P A B Y L W N O A G G E H A O Q X Q Q A D Q V M E A K L L K X O A F N I A N H J U A H A R A L I O I C N D D R D O D K C E U U O X A W K I V I U I K I W G N I Color in 1 4 . What is the value of the BIG digit? 945,848 What is 32 hundreds equal to?
  • 78. Name: __________________________ Score: __________ Please fix: in abut six weaks miss candice g hanks she Will moove to joplin missouri sayed gerald _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Circle the common nouns and underline the proper nouns in this sentence. Mrs. Billings sent a check to her son who lives in Laughlin, Nevada. Circle the direct object: Justine wrote a letter to her grandmother. Write an antonym for the underlined word. Julio purchased a new car last week. ___________________ Circle the letter for the sentence that shows the same meaning for the underlined word. • A very strange smell was coming from the area behind the house. A. Nicky noticed a peculiar smell in the trash bin. B. The puppy likes to smell his food before he eats it. • Joseph will raise the flag for his school this week. A. Mr. Unger hopes to get a raise in pay. B. Rick thought that the room might get warmer if his teacher would raise the blinds. • The crash caused no harm to the passengers in the car. A. The angry boy wanted to harm the puppy that had bit his finger. B. The harm that was done to the city by the tornado was devastating. ABC order: really reality realize real realistic Use the editing marks to fix this sentence.
  • 79. Name: UNLOAD EXTRAVAGANT SHOOT NOTABLE FIND SPY TRIO CALF CHOKE DOUBLE RACE BOTH Fill in each word into the grid. A O F I T R Y
  • 80. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills Words S Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. sanction 2. solitude 3. superficial 4. systematic 5. skepticism 6. stoic 7. stupefy 8. subdue 9. serene 10. strive
  • 81. Name:                                                                                                                                                                                         
  • 82. Name:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
  • 83. Name:                                                                    
  • 84. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Find the Verb! A verb phrase consists of a main verb and one or more helping verbs. The main verb is always the last verb in the verb phrase. Example: She might have eaten late. The word might and have are the helping verbs, and eaten is the main verb. Sammy will drive his boat. The word will is the helping verb, and drive is the main verb. Directions: In each sentence below, underline each helping verb and circle the main verb. 1. In May, my parents will have been married for fifteen years. 2. Do you have anything to add to this conversation? 3. The restless child must have been dreaming. 4. The fire in the chemistry lab had been extinguished quickly. 5. A mudslide can be very destructive. 6. You must handle this valuable old tapestry carefully. 7. Has the train been arriving on time this week? 8. The ice sculpture was melting in the sun. 9. The reporters have been asking many difficult questions. 10. My cousin Debbie has won a dance competition.
  • 85. Name:                                                                     
  • 86. Name:                                            
  • 87. Complete each divisibility table. Write yes if the number is divisible by the given number. Write no if it is not divisible by the given number. Complete. Solve for the unknown value in each equation. Write an equation for each problem. Then solve the equation. Name _____________________________ 71. 25,914 by 3 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________ by 7 ________ by 8 ________ 72. 864 by 2 ________ by 6 ________ by 7 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________ 73. 51 by 2 ________ by 3 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________ 74. 8,364 by 3 ________ by 5 ________ by 6 ________ by 8 ________ by 9 ________ 75. 1,207 x 46 76. 7,388 x 52 77. 12,664 x 25 78. 6,494 x 28 79. 18,031 x 44 80. 6,716 x 84 81. 4,815 x 91 82. 62,058 x 77 83. 48 ÷ t = 8 84. 18 ÷ y = 6 85. 5x = 15 86. 7n = 35 87. t ÷ 6 = 12 88. n ÷ 2 = 47 89. 99 ÷ x = 33 90. 4y = 40 91. y ÷ 9 = 8 92. 6t = 84 93. x ÷ 8 = 12 94. 72 ÷ n = 12 95. A number multiplied by 2 is 10. 96. A number divided by 12 is 12. 97. 49 divided by a number is 7. 98. 95 minus a number is 29. 99. The difference between a number and 10 is 32. 100. Nine times a number is 36.
  • 88. Name:                                                                                    
  • 89. Name ___________________________ Date ___________________ . Dictionary Skills Words U-Z Directions: Use each of the following words in a complete sentence. 1. utopian 2. volatile 3. virtue 4. variable 5. vague 6. zeal 7. unwieldy 8. usury 9. vademecum 10. yule
  • 90. Name: Christina, Victoria, Grace, and Julia each own a car. One has a black car, one has a pink car, one has a gray car, and one has a orange car. Figure out the color of each person's car. Julia favorite colors are gray and pink. Her car is one of her favorite colors. 1. Christina borrowed the pink car, because Grace was using her car. 2. Christina doesn't like pink cars.3. Victoria favorite colors are pink and gray. Her car is one of her favorite colors. 4. Christina borrowed the gray car, because Julia was using her car. 5. Julia doesn't like orange cars.6. Grace doesn't like pink cars.7. Grace doesn't like black cars.8. Grace borrowed the black car, because Victoria was using her car. 9. Julia borrowed the orange car, because Christina was using her car. 10. - 82 -
  • 91. Name: Christina favorite colors are pink and black. Her car is one of her favorite colors. 11. Victoria doesn't like pink cars.12.
  • 92. Name: Write a short story. Use as many of these words as you can. Circle each word in the word box that appears in your story. sideways meddle pound giraffe fountain parallel severe image ancient exactly menu ignore appear exceptional cough eighth untie mock ticket arose Draw the missing coins. 5¢ 5¢ 10¢ 10¢ 5¢ = 35¢ 10¢ = 18¢ Calculate the sum of 8, 18, and 4. How many feet are in four yards?
  • 93. Draw and label an example of each. Simplify. Find the perimeter of each figure. Complete. Name _____________________________ 51. CL KW 52. NY JQ 53. HS 54. (0.96 ÷ 0.08) × 14.1 - 5.9 55. (3.6 ÷ 0.04) + 26 + (17.8 × 3.93) 56. 480 ÷ 5 - 47 57. 5.5 ÷ 0.5 - (5 - 4.4) 58. Regular polygon EJSKVCR: VC = 91 ft 59. Polygon LSAHY: LS = 287 m SA = 242 m AH = 217 m HY = 116 m YL = 207 m 60. 0.891 x 0.05 61. 0.7 x 0.3 62. 0.316 x 0.3 63. 0.448 x 0.08 64. 0.4 x 0.1 65. 0.15 x 0.703 66. 0.337 x 0.9 67. 0.16 x 0.02
  • 94. Name: __________________________ Score: ________ Please fix: on february 14 2009 james r thurston will merry anna g grover in therberg church _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________ Write the base (root) words: stubbornly _______________ remarkable _____________ suggested __________________ Underline the verb and circle the helping verb. After one week, the hikers will arrive at the peak of the mountain. Circle the nouns. Robby bought milk, cheese, and bread at Grace s Market before going home. Choose the correct word in each sentence: A small ( hamster s hamsters ) cage was found in the garage. The ( bikes bike s ) raced down the hill. That ( bikes bike s ) chain broke, so the rider had to stop. The ( kids kid s ) were gathered around the clown. The ( clowns clown s ) jokes made the kids laugh. Use the editing marks to fix. Choose the correct word for each sentence: ( A An ) open window caused the room to become very cold. ( A An ) charged battery will keep the clock running for several months.
  • 95. Name Date Spelling Factory Write words that you can make from each spelling machine in the factory. D W I C R E 1. 2. 3. S O E L W 1. 2. 3. P R A O D 1. 2. 3. R S O B L 1. 2. 3. G W A R S P 1. 2. 3.
  • 96. Name Date Draw a Picture Graph each set of coordinates onto the graph with a dot. Connect the dots to make a picture. 1.  2.  3.  4.  5.  6.  7.  8.  9.  10.  11.  12.  13.  14.  15.  16.  17.  18.  19. 
  • 97. Name Graph Page 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 - 99 -
  • 98. Name:                                                                                                                                                                                         
  • 99. Name ____________________________ Date _______________ Top 100 Social Studies Vocabulary List 1: Multiple Choice Definitions Circle the correct definition for each word. 1. agriculture A) the dependence or affinity with another group B) the science of soil cultivation C) the addition or clause to a legal document D) the genetic predecessor 2. alliance A) the dependence or affinity with another group B) the limitations or restrictions imposed C) operates under the rules of free enterprise D) a document from a governing body listing rights or restrictions 3. amendment A) to give or receive information B) a group of people gathered in a foreign land, but remaining loyal to their homeland C) the addition or clause to a legal document D) the point where soil meets water on the edge of land 4. ancestor A) the genetic predecessor B) the form used in voting C) an opinion with prejudice D) the limitations or restrictions imposed 5. ballot A) the point where soil meets water on the edge of land B) the gathering of people with written records, codes of behavior and laws C) a municipality organized to support its citizens D) the form used in voting 6. bias A) the science of soil cultivation B) the dependence or affinity with another group C) an opinion with prejudice D) the addition or clause to a legal document 7. boundary A) an opinion with prejudice B) the limitations or restrictions imposed C) the form used in voting D) the genetic predecessor
  • 100. Name ____________________________ Date _______________ 8. capitalism A) a government ruled by socialism B) a member of a community C) the science of soil cultivation D) operates under the rules of free enterprise 9. charter A) a document from a governing body listing rights or restrictions B) a municipality organized to support its citizens C) a member of a community D) the gathering of people with written records, codes of behavior and laws 10. citizen A) the science of soil cultivation B) a member of a community C) the dependence or affinity with another group D) the addition or clause to a legal document 11. city A) a document from a governing body listing rights or restrictions B) operates under the rules of free enterprise C) a municipality organized to support its citizens D) the limitations or restrictions imposed 12. civilization A) the gathering of people with written records, codes of behavior and laws B) the point where soil meets water on the edge of land C) to give or receive information D) the genetic predecessor 13. coast A) the limitations or restrictions imposed B) the point where soil meets water on the edge of land C) an opinion with prejudice D) the form used in voting 14. colony A) the point where soil meets water on the edge of land B) a member of a community C) an opinion with prejudice D) a group of people gathered in a foreign land, but remaining loyal to their homeland 15. communication A) the addition or clause to a legal document B) an opinion with prejudice C) to give or receive information D) operates under the rules of free enterprise
  • 101. Name:                                               
  • 102. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Using Irregular Verbs The many forms of a verb are based on its three principal parts. The are the present, the past, and the past participle. Example: help (present) helped (past) have helped (past participle) Directions: Read each sentence. Underline the correct form of the verb to complete each sentence. 1. The judges have (chose, chosen) the finalists. 2. Amiko (chose, chosen) her library books yesterday. 3. My favorite jeans have (began, begun) to wear out. 4. Have you (bring, brought) your application with you? 5. Someone (broke, broken) that valuable Chinese vase. 6. Our mayor has not (broke, broken) any promises. 7. Soccer fans (began, begun) to fill the stands an hour before the game. 8. The team captains (chose, chosen) their players carefully. 9. Have you (chose, chosen) a topic for your report yet? 10. My grandparents have (bring, brought) their van from Montana?
  • 103. Name: Write a topic and a story to describe the picture. Topic: Write a paragraph: Write an antonym for each of these words. hot, honest, hungry 2 1 2 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 11 1 3 The perimeter is . 1 1 x 7 = 7 x 9 = 5 2 + 2 9 Cross out all of the prepositional phrases in the sentence. I walked in the door and over to my desk.
  • 104. NAME________________________________________ DATE___________________ abcteach.com20021 VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL Building a memorial to the veterans of the Vietnam War was the idea of Jan Scruggs. Scruggs was a former infantry corporal during the Vietnam War. A group of Vietnam veterans established the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc. in 1979. The founders of this organization wanted a symbol to recognize the individuals who fought in this war. Not all Americans supported the Vietnam War. The founders wanted to make sure that the memorial chosen would not offend the opinion of any American. They knew they wanted the names of all the Americans who had died in the Vietnam War or who remained missing to be included in this memorial. Maya Ying Lin designed the memorial wall. Her choice of polished black granite for the walls proved to be an excellent material for this memorial. There are 58, 229 names engraved on the walls. The names are arranged according to the date of their death. Each name with a confirmed death has a diamond shape after the name. Those that remain missing have a cross shape after the name. This memorial is a place where family members can go to remember their loved ones who died or were lost in the war. People leave items to memorialize these veterans. It is a place of healing for many Americans. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial consists of the wall of names, a statue of three men fighting in Vietnam, and the Vietnam Women s Memorial. Frederick Hart created the statue, which is located at the entrance of the memorial, along with a 60-foot flagpole. The Women s Memorial was established to honor the role of women in the Vietnam War. It was designed by Glenna Goodacre, and depicts three uniformed women and a wounded soldier. The memorial is located in Washington, D.C., and is administered by the National Park Service.
  • 105. NAME________________________________________ DATE___________________ abcteach.com20022 ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ABOUT THE VIETNAM VETERANS MEMORIAL 1. Who was the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Wall? a. Glenna Goodacre b. Frederick Hart c. Jan Scruggs d. Maya Ying Lin 2. The second paragraph of this passage mainly discusses ______. a. The Wall of Names b. The Women s Memorial c. The organization of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, Inc. d. The healing of America 3. Who is given credit for the idea of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial? a. Frederick Hart b. Maya Ying Lin c. Jan Scruggs d. Glenna Goodacre 4. Where is the Vietnam Veterans Memorial located? a. New York City b. Vietnam c. California d. Washington, D.C. 5. According to the passage, it was important to the organizers of this memorial that _____________. a. the names of the veterans who had died or were missing be included in the memorial b. the memorial not offend Americans or their opinions about the Vietnam War. c. it should be located in Texas d. both a and b 6. Why do you think this memorial is important? __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________
  • 106. Name:                                        - 2 -
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  • 108. Find the sum. Write your answer as a mixed number in simplest form. Find the perimeter of each polygon. Find each ordered pair. Write the letter for the point named by the ordered pair. Find the value of y. Name _____________________________ 12. 1 5 + 1 2 = 13. 1 2 + 2 7 = 14. 8 9 + 1 3 = 15. 2 6 + 1 3 = 16. 4 8 + 1 2 = 17. 2 4 + 3 8 = 18. 3 7 + 1 2 = 19. 4 7 + 1 2 = 20. LN=270 in LP=570 in PT=80 in RF=490 in FS=270 in HC=290 in CG=270 in SG=370 in DU=185 in DN=105 in RE=95 in UE=105 in MH=130 in TA=355 in AK=150 in MK=355 in 21. (-9, 9)_______ (1, -6)_______ (7, 0)_______ (6, -9)_______ (1, 3)_______ 22. (-5, 3)_______ (-2, 5)_______ (0, -3)_______ (1, -2)_______ (7, -5)_______ 23. y = _____ 1 2 ÷ y 11 = 2 3 4 24. y = _____ y 3 ÷ 1 3 = 2 25. y = _____ 1 4 ÷ 5 y = 1 20 26. y = _____ 1 ÷ 2 y = 1 1 2 27. y = _____ 1 2 ÷ 1 y = 2 28. y = _____ y 5 ÷ 5 8 = 8 25 29. y = _____ 6 y ÷ 9 11 = 1 1 21 30. y = _____ 1 2 ÷ y 1 = 1 8 - 134 -
  • 109. Name ___________________________ Date ________________________ Adjectives Directions: Read each sentence. Write the adjective(s) that appear in each sentence on the lines to the right. If no adjective(s) appear in the sentence, write no adjective present on the line. 1. Katie is the most popular girl in school. _______________________ 2. All the new jeans that I own are the color blue. _______________________ 3. I use my old computer to communicate with my friends at night. _______________________ 4. Harry is the name of my dog. _______________________ 5. Fishing in muddy rivers is my only hobby. _______________________ 6. Red is John's favorite color. _______________________ 7. I like put mustard on my hamburgers. _______________________ 8. When I read, I enjoy reading true stories. _______________________ 9. My favorite types of movies are action movies. _______________________ 10. The first ball Nancy pitched barely reached the plate. _______________________ 11. The parking lot became filled with cars very quickly. _______________________ 12. Please give the teacher your name. _______________________ 13. That old hairbrush belongs to Jen. _______________________ 14. A bloodhound makes a wonderful pet. _______________________ 15. His new suit is at the cleaners. _______________________
  • 110. Name:                                     - 113 -
  • 111. Name Date Approximately what percent of the large triangle is blue? (circle one) A. 27% B. 62% What percent inside of the large triangle is white? Give your best estimate. (circle one) A. 36% B. 73% Show your work. What percent inside of the large triangle is white? Give your best estimate. (circle one) A. 72% B. 23% Approximately what percent of the large triangle is yellow? (circle one) A. 74% B. 28% Show your work. Approximately what percent of the large triangle is light blue triangles? (circle one) A. 43% B. 13% Approximately what percent of the large triangle is blue? (circle one) A. 58% B. 13% Show your work. - 98 -
  • 112. Name: Write the length in millimeters. cm 1 2 3 4 5 6 You ask Holly for the time. She says it is half-past 1. Write the time on your digital clock: 5 0 + 6 1 What is the sum of seven consecutive even numbers, if the first number is 68? The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 84. List all three numbers. Hint: The first number is greater than 6 and less than 46. Gavin reads every day. Monday he read for 3 hours. Tuesday he read for 1 2/3 hours. Wednesday he read for 1 1/2 hours. How many minutes did he read in all? If = 5, then 7 + = 4 20 7 5 - 6 8 Locate where to put the number 659,500 and label the point D. 654,000 674,000 If A = 2, then what does A + 8 equal? What polygon has eight sides? Add the correct end punctuation for this sentence. I found Billy the Kid's secret hideout
  • 113. How many yellow stars are there? ________ How many purple stars are there? ________ How many stars are there altogether? ________ For every _____yellow stars, there are _____ purple stars. The ratio of yellow stars to purple stars is _____:______ Compare the number of purple stars to all the stars? What is the ratio? ____:___ Explain you answer and illustrate it in the space below. ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ ______________________________________________ Name ____________________________________________ Date______________________
  • 114. Write the value of . Complete. To the nearest tenth, find the circumference. Use 3.14 for . Complete. Name _____________________________ 31. 4 + 200 + = 214 32. ones 9 tens 5 thousands 3 hundreds = 5,398 33. 100,000 + 800 + 80 + 5,000 + + 3 = 195,883 34. 6 hundreds 6 ones tens 5 ten thousands 9 thousands = 59,696 35. 1,290 mg = ________ cg 36. 263 kL = ________ L 37. 366,067.4 kg = ________ t 38. 61,300,000 cm = ________ km 39. 0.002 kg = ________ mg 40. 982.00089 kL = ________ cL 41. CH = 23 mm 42. UH = 39 ft 43. 4.106 x 95 44. 3.0078 x 14 45. 88.36 x 9 46. 6.804 x 58 47. 6.231 x 3 48. 50.9003 x 3 49. 6.5006 x 54 50. 2.07 x 29 - 135 -
  • 115. Name__________________________________ Date________________ 1 WHAT ARE CONSTELLATIONS? The sky is full of stars. Constellations are groupings of stars. Constellations help to visually break the night sky into smaller pieces. The stars in a constellation may not actually be close together, but they can appear to form a pattern when viewed from Earth. Stars were grouped into constellations by the early Greeks, as well as by other early cultures. These constellations were often named after characters from mythology. Many of the constellations were named after animals, heroes, and even villains from these legends of long ago. Astronomers, or people who study the heavenly bodies, divided the stars into eighty-eight official constellations. These constellations form a kind of map of the sky, helping us to understand the placements of planets and other celestial bodies. Farmers have historically used constellations to help them determine when they should plant and harvest their crops. Some constellations can be seen only during certain times of the year. By watching and waiting for these constellations, farmers were able to determine the arrival of spring long before the existence of calendars. Navigators and early explorers used constellations to help them determine their location during their explorations. The part of the sky we see at night changes as the earth rotates. People looking at the night sky in different locations see stars and constellations differently. Even when they had no landmarks and were traveling without maps, early travelers could figure out where they were just by looking at the sky. Learning about the night sky is fun and interesting. Look for the Big Dipper, Orion, or any of the other larger constellations on the next clear night, and you ll be looking at the same things that curious people have been looking at for centuries.
  • 116. Name__________________________________ Date________________ ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ABOUT CONSTELLATIONS 1. Which of the following sentences is true? a. This passage is fiction. b. The information in this passage is imaginary. c. This passage is non-fiction. d. Both a and c 2. Mythology is ______. a. the study of heavenly bodies b. the legends and stories from long ago c. the visible stars on a clear dark night d. none of these 3. The purpose of this passage was _____. a. to persuade b. to entertain c. to inform d. none of these 4. Navigators and early explorers used constellations to ___. a. enjoy the night sky b. write legends and stories c. to find their locations d. to revolve around the sun 5. Constellations ________________. a. are imaginary b. are groups of stars c. are groups of navigators and farmers d. both a and c 6. People from early cultures named constellations __. a. for animals in their mythology b. for villains in their mythology c. for heroes in their mythology d. all of these 7. Farmers used constellations ___________. a. to know when to plant and harvest their crops b. to write stories about heroes c. to determine their locations d. none of these
  • 117. Find the prime factorization of each number. Rewrite the amount of money in decimal form. Divide. Complete. Name _____________________________ 43. 22 44. 40 45. 90 46. 47 47. 91 48. 29 49. 77 50. 16 51. 71 52. 52 53. 60 54. 49 55. fifty-four dollars and two cents ____________________ 56. thirty-three dollars and seventy cents ____________________ 57. three cents ____________________ 58. ten dollars and twenty cents ____________________ 59. 24 ÷ 8 = ___ 60. 20 ÷ 4 = ___ 61. 70 ÷ 10 = ___ 62. 12 ÷ 3 = ___ 63. 18 ÷ 9 = ___ 64. 12 ÷ 2 = ___ 65. 40 ÷ 5 = ___ 66. 70 ÷ 7 = ___ 67. 54 ÷ 6 = ___ 68. 25 ÷ 5 = ___ 69. 56 ÷ 7 = ___ 70. 12 ÷ 6 = ___ 71. 54 ÷ 9 = ___ 72. 18 ÷ 2 = ___ 73. 21 ÷ 3 = ___ 74. 40 ÷ 4 = ___ 75. 1,351 + 57 76. 198 + 44 77. 1,574 + 776 78. 8,371 + 7,483 79. 83 + 488 80. 54 + 650 81. 9,293 + 58 82. 4,587 + 852 - 129 -
  • 118. Name: Fill in the blanks. Do not look at the next page. When you are done, use these words on the next page. (1) noun (2) adjective (3) adjective (4) verb,past tense (5) adjective (6) noun, proper - write 2 words (7) verb, past tense (8) noun,plural (9) noun (10) adjective (11) adjective 4 4 8 9 + 1 0 8 7 3 Fill in the blanks with these numbers: 2, 4, 4 1 9 3 2 + 6 0 8 1 8 Fill in the blanks with these numbers: 2, 3, 9 witc wich witch wihh Which is smaller, 3 4 or 1 7 ? What fraction of the box is shaded? 2 Choose the correct form of the pronoun and write it on the line. "I wonder," said my mother, "to (who/whom) you think you are speaking." 5 1 + 5 2 2 10
  • 119. Name:                            
  • 120. Name: Fill in the blanks with the words from the previous page. Read how silly this is! Mr. Wiggins was a/an (1) noun . None of the (2) adjective children had ever met the (3) adjective man. He (4) verb,past tense in a huge, (5) adjective mansion at the end of (6) noun, proper - write 2 words . Townspeople (7) verb, past tense he ate (8) noun,plural . Every Monday, the (9) noun delivered a/an (10) adjective package to his house. Indeed, Wiggins was like a puzzle with (11) adjective pieces. Find the words in the word search. Oh, no! The vowels are missing. You will need to write a vowel in each box. One is done for you. N D G N N T P R S D K P P R T S N G S T Y B R T Z N J C T U B P S M H R W N Y R D K F H R D W D L V L O R Z V T C K L W D F N D K C K Word Bank BURROW INTEND APPARATUS YARD GUEST INDIGNANT LEVEL FOUND TICKLE PERSUADE SEAM AWARD INJECT KICK 7 1 + 5 0
  • 121. Draw and label an example of each. Simplify. Find the perimeter of each figure. Complete. Name _____________________________ 51. WP TU 52. HHintersecting YB 53. QT CL 54. 168 ÷ 3 × 4.8 ÷ 0.2 55. 660 ÷ 6 - (47.9 - 14.6) 56. 4.8 ÷ 0.08 + 18 ÷ 9 57. (59.6 × 27.3) - (1.02 ÷ 0.03) 58. Regular polygon EBMLU: UE = 60 in 59. Polygon BGV: BG = 186 yd GV = 144 yd VB = 227 yd 60. 0.7 x 0.09 61. 0.023 x 0.843 62. 0.3 x 0.6 63. 0.03 x 0.9 64. 0.571 x 0.009 65. 0.05 x 0.5 66. 0.867 x 0.9 67. 0.21 x 0.24