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Fourth Grade is the elementary education in the fifth school year of the elementary school whose ages of students in this class usually ranges from 9 years old to 10 years old. This quiz is based on 4th Grade reading to test your...

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 221   |  Last updated: Jun 26, 2018
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    Which of the following is not a synonym for "happy"? 

Use the passages in the booklet to help you answer the following questions

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 83   |  Last updated: Jan 10, 2013
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    If you wanted to make Worms in Dirt, which list would you most likely take to the store?

Read the corresponding pages and answer the questions provided. 

Questions: 14  |  Attempts: 58   |  Last updated: Jan 10, 2013
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    Use the first letter for 1-6:Which of these statements belongs in the web?

Reading quiz 4.12B recognize that authors organize information in specific ways

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 313   |  Last updated: Dec 11, 2012
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    FREEMONT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL NEWS An Amazing Museum By Daniela S. Montez, 4th-grade student 1 You might think that museums are boring. Maybe you have seen too many colorless statues or paintings that make no sense. Or perhaps you have seen dusty exhibits of stuffed animals among fake plants. 2 "Sure," you say, "you are talking about those children's museums. Those are for babies!" Well, the one I am talking about is for people who can walk and talk and think on their own quite well. 3 The museum that I visited with Mr. Tojio's class last week has changed all of my ideas about what a museum can offer. This amazing place is called the Time Travel Museum of Human History (TTMHH). If you have ever wondered about what it was really like living in another time and place, this is the museum for you! 4 From the moment you see the "building," you know this is no ordinary place. It is actually several colorful and oddly shaped buildings connected by tubes. Inside, you can take a variety of trains, elevators, and even boat rides. They will take you on a journey through history and around the world. 5 Does it sound too strange to be true, or at least very confusing? Well, exploring this museum was kind of like exploring a website. I imagine that websites influenced the designers when they created this unusual museum. On the Internet, you click on something and you are taken to a certain screen. At TTMHH, you select a place and travel to the part of the museum. Some examples are China, Mexico, and Australia. Then you are taken on a journey through history. Of course you will not actually travel through time—but it will seem like it! 6 Take my word for it: This is a great place to visit. Better yet, do not take my word for it. Go there and experience it for yourself! You will not be disappointed. The author organizes paragraphs 3 through 5 of the article by —
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