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MathematicsOperations & Algebraic Thinking4.OA.1...........................................................................................4704.OA.2...........................................................................................4814.OA.3...........................................................................................4904.OA.4...........................................................................................5054.OA.5...........................................................................................517Number & Operations in Base Ten4.NBT.1.........................................................................................5334.NBT.2.........................................................................................5424.NBT.3.........................................................................................5614.NBT.4.........................................................................................5734.NBT.5.........................................................................................5834.NBT.6.........................................................................................593Number & Operations - Fractions4.NF.1..................................................…......................................6034.NF.2.....................................................…...................................6174.NF.3........................................................…................................6374.NF.4........................................................…................................6584.NF.5........................................................…................................6704.NF.6........................................................…................................6804.NF.7........................................................…................................690Measurement & Data4.MD.1..........................................................................................7094.MD.2..........................................................................................7194.MD.3..........................................................................................7304.MD.4..........................................................................................7424.MD.5..........................................................................................7584.MD.6..........................................................................................7814.MD.7..........................................................................................795Geometry4.G.1.............................................................................................8074.G.2.............................................................................................8204.G.3.............................................................................................845

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Standard: English Language Arts | Reading: Literature | RL.4.4

StandardDetermine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, including those that allude to significant characters found in mythology (e.g., Herculean).

Greek MythologyCharacters, Words, and Phrases

DirectionsMatch the Character Cards with the Words and Phrases Cards. Use the blank Character Cards to create your own. Then, complete the practice worksheet.You can also use the Character Maps to write words and phrases that allude to the characters.

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Achilles

Herculean

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a person’s weak spot

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King Midas

Atheneum

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Icarus

Medusa

wings of wax

don’t fly too close to the sun

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a severely ugly woman

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Orpheus

Odysseus

Orphic poems

poet and musicianwww.CoreCommonStandards.com

Odyssey

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Pegasus

Zeus

winged horse

my Pegasus will not go this morning

father and ruler of the Olympians

Mount Olympus

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Standard: English Language Arts | Reading: Literature | RL.4.4 www.CoreCommonStandards.com

Character Words and Phrases

Hercules

Achilles

King Midas

Icarus

Medusa

Orpheus

Odysseus

Pegasus

Zeus

Hercules

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Vocabulary with the Frayer Model! Directions: Read Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. ! Choose one of the storyʼs vocabulary words from the box ! at the bottom of the page and complete the Frayer Model below.

Definition Characteristics

Non-ExamplesExamples

colossal stammer anxious hooligans ravenously pandemonium corridor

froth frump precipice

Mythological Vocabulary! Directions: The following words are from The Odyssey written by Homer. Use Greek Mythology resources, or read The Odyssey, to determine the original mythological meanings of the words. Use a dictionary to write the modern definition of each.

Word or Phrase Modern Definition Mythological Definition

a great abundance; overflowing supply

a horn containing food, drink, etc., in endless supply, said to have been a horn of the goat Amalthaea.

Example: Cornucopia

1. Nemesis

2. Olympia

3. Achillesʼ Heel

4. Labyrinth

5. Herculean

6. Atlas

7. Phoenix

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We decided to _____ our money.

I love swimming at the ________.

Directions: Match the word on each cone with two sentences to create a double-scoop delight! Choose 10 sentences to write on the worksheet.

Standard: Determine or clarify the meaning of unknown and multiple-meaning words and phrases based on grade 4 reading and content, choosing flexibly from a range of strategies.

When I broke my leg, I could hardly

____ the pain.

The Kodiak is the largest ____ in the

world.

I listen to jazz when I’m feeling ____. He yelled until he was _____ in the

face.

Last Christmas, I had a terrible ____ cold. My grandmother’s ____ was full of old letters and photos.

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We _____ clothes before gym class.

The ____ jingled in my pocket.

Close the door! I feel a ____. Please hand in your

rough ____ on Thursday.

The game ended in a ____; the score

was 4-4.

My sister loves to ____ landscapes.

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If he is hyper, my puppy will ____ on

the leash.

The car salesman was acting like a

____.

The yellow ____ fell slowly to the ground. Mom ____ for work at 7:30 each morning.

The spoiled peach was covered in fuzzy

____.

Dad makes lollipops by pouring melted candy into a ____.

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Your liver is the largest ____ in your

body.

My aunt plays the pipe ____ at the ball

park.

The geography of the Midwest is

mostly a large ____.

I think ____ yogurt is too tart. I prefer

strawberry.

The black part of the eye is called the

____.

My brother is an outstanding math

____.

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We decided to ____ our money.

I love swimming at the _____.

The young man decided to ____ for

city council.

Turn off the water while you brush your teeth;; don’t let it ____.

The nurse asked me to step on the ____

so she could see my weight.

With a proper harness and ropes,

you could ____ a cliff.

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The ____ of my shoe has heavy tread. Mr. Nance is the ____

owner of the restaurant.

Butternut is my favorite kind of ____. Please ____ that

Dad drove slowly up the ____ mountain

A ____ day is perfect for flying kites.

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My cousin gets ____ up after eating

sugar.

The nurse changed the bandage on the

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1. _____________________________________________________

2. _____________________________________________________

3. _____________________________________________________ 4. _____________________________________________________

5. _____________________________________________________ 6. _____________________________________________________

7. _____________________________________________________ 8. _____________________________________________________

9. _____________________________________________________ 10. ____________________________________________________

Directions: Choose ten sentences to copy. Underline the multi-meaning word in each sentence.

“Double Dip” Sentence List

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1. When I broke my leg, I could hardly bear the pain. 2. The Kodiak is the largest bear in the world. 3. I listen to jazz when I’m feeling blue. 4. He yelled until he was blue in the face. 5. Last Christmas, I had a terrible chest cold. 6. My grandmother’s chest was full of old letters and photos. 7. We change clothes before gym class 8. The change jingled in my pocket. 9. Close the door! I feel a draft. 10. Please hand in your rough draft on Thursday. 11. The game ended in a draw; the score was 4-4. 12. My sister loves to draw landscapes. 13. If he is hyper, my puppy will jerk on the leash. 14. The car salesman was acting like a jerk. 15. The yellow leaves fell slowly to the ground. 16. Mom leaves for work at 7:30 each morning. 17. The spoiled peach was covered in fuzzy mold. 18. Dad makes lollipops by pouring melted candy into a mold. 19. Your liver is the largest organ in your body. 20. My aunt plays the pipe organ at the ball park. 21. The geography of the Midwest is mostly a large plain. 22. I think plain yogurt is too tart. I prefer strawberry. 23. The black part of the eye is called the pupil. 24. My brother is an outstanding math pupil. 25. We decided to pool our money. 26. I love swimming at the pool. 27. The young man decided to run for city council. 28. Turn off the water while you brush your teeth;; don’t let it run. 29. The nurse asked me to step on the scale so she could see my weight. 30. With a proper harness and ropes, you could scale a cliff. 31. The sole of my shoe has heavy tread. 32. Mr. Nance is the sole owner of the restaurant. 33. Butternut is my favorite kind of squash. 34. Please squash that spider with your shoe! 35. Dad drove slowly up the windy mountain road. 36. A windy day is perfect for flying kites. 37. My cousin gets wound up after eating sugar. 38. The nurse changed the bandage on the wound.

Using Context CluesDirections: As you read assigned text, use this form to record unknown words. Write the context clues you used to infer the meaning of the unknown words.

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Prefixes and SuffixesDirections: As you read an assigned text, use this form to record words with Greek and Latin affixes (prefixes and suffixes). Write the affix, and the meaning of the word.

Some examples: Prefixes: anthro; dem; morph; ped; anti; bio; micro; mono; pan; co; inter; dis; pre; sub; trans

Suffixes: ism; ist; graph; logy; phone; able; fy; port; gress; pend

Word Affix (prefix or suffix) Meaning

Using Tools to Get MeaningDirections: As you read assigned text, use this form to record key words. Use dictionaries, glossaries, thesauruses, and other reference tools, both print and digital, to find the pronunciation and meaning of each word.

Word Pronunciation Meaning

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Pick a character and measure all angles with a protractor. Write down the corresponding degrees for each angle on the recording

sheet.

Play the card game War to help Princess Raya defeat Darth Rayder. You and your opponent flip over the top card of your deck and

measure the angle with a protractor. The person with the largest angle, keeps both cards.

To win, collect all cards from your opponent’s deck.

Star Wars RAYS AND ANGLES EDITION

4.MD.5. Recognize angles as geometric shapes that are formed wherever two rays

share a common endpoint, and understand concepts of angle measurement

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

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Obtuse

Right A

! Acute

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Right B

! Acute

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Right C

! Acute

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Right K

! Acute

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Right J

! Acute

Obtuse

Right H

! Acute

Obtuse

Right G

! Acute

Obtuse

Right D

! Acute

Obtuse

Right E

! Acute

Obtuse

Right I

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

! Acute

Obtuse

Right K

! Acute

Obtuse

Right J

! Acute

Obtuse

Right I

! Acute

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Right H

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Right A

! Acute

Obtuse

Right B

! Acute

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Right C

! Acute

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Right G

! Acute

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

! Acute

Obtuse

Right A

! Acute

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Right G

! Acute

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Right B

! Acute

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Right H

! Acute

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Right C

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Right I

! Acute

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

! Acute

Obtuse

Right A

! Acute

Obtuse

Right G

! Acute

Obtuse

Right B

! Acute

Obtuse

Right H

! Acute

Obtuse

Right C

! Acute

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Right I

! Acute

Obtuse

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! Acute

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Right K

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

! Acute

Obtuse

Right A

! Acute

Obtuse

Right B

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Obtuse

Right C

! Acute

Obtuse

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NAME ______________________________________________ DIRECTIONS: Measure the corresponding angle cards that match the character and letter card. Then, write the number of degrees on the line. Identify whether the angle is an acute, obtuse or right angle by circling the correct word.

! Acute

Obtuse

Right A

! Acute

Obtuse

Right B

! Acute

Obtuse

Right C

! Acute

Obtuse

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! Acute

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Right H

! Acute

Obtuse

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Princess Raya vs. Darth Rayder

Flip over your top cards here and measure your angle. The person with the largest angle keeps both cards. Collect all angle cards to win the game.

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Turns and DegreesDirections: Look at the angles below. Choose the proper degree or fraction-of-a-turn for each.

Standard: Math | Measurement & Data | 4.MD.5 ©www.CoreCommonStandards.com

What fraction of a turn is this angle ?

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!3/4!of!a!turn!1/2!of!a!turn!1/4!of!a!turn!1!full!turn

!45˚!270˚!90˚!180˚

!1/4!of!a!turn!1/2!of!a!turn!3/4!of!a!turn!1!full!turn

!less!than!90˚!more!than!90˚!more!than!180˚!1!full!turn

!1/4!of!a!turn!1/2!of!a!turn!3/4!of!a!turn!1!full!turn

!90˚!less!than!90˚!between!90˚!and!180˚!more!than!180˚

What fraction of a turn is this angle ?

What is the measurement of this angle?

What is the measurement of this angle?

What fraction of a turn is this angle ?

What degree of a turn is this angle ?

What fraction of a turn is this angle ?

What is the measurement of this angle?

!90˚!180˚!<90˚!270˚

What is the measurement of this angle?

!360˚!270˚!90˚!180˚

More Turns and DegreesDirections: Draw angles below that follow the criteria.

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Draw an angle that shows a 3/4 turn.

Draw an angle that shows a 1/2 turn.

Draw an angle that shows a 1/4 turn. Draw an angle with less than 90˚.

Draw an angle between 90˚ and 180˚

Draw an angle over 180˚

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Comparing Decimals to HundredthsDirections: Round the decimals to the nearest hundredths place. Write the proper symbol, <, =, or >, between the two decimals in each example.

Standard: Math | Number & Operations-Fractions | 4.NF.7 ©www.CoreCommonStandards.com

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Ordering Decimals to HundredthsDirections: Round the numbers to the nearest hundredth.Order the new decimals according to the directions.Use a chart like the one at the right if you need help.

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