Grade: 4

Math Mid-Year Exam Review

Vocabulary: -place value -standard form -expanded form -word form -period -digit -estimate -front-end -estimation -compare -change/making change -round -Properties of addition and multiplication: -commutative -associative -one/identity -zero -distributive -addends -missing addends -related facts -sum -difference -compatible numbers -product -factors -array -partial products -elapsed time -a.m -p.m. -compensation -half-way -Fraction -numerator -denominator -greatest common factor-justify -analyze

I. Chapter 11

• Calculating perimeter, area, and volume

II. Chapter 1 (place value)

• Identify place values

• Comparing and ordering numbers and money

• Rounding

• Making change

III. Chapter 3 (addition/subtraction)

* Front-end estimation

* Adding/subtracting three-five digit numbers

IV. Chapter 4 (multiplication)

• Missing factors

• Estimating products

• Multiplying four digits by one digit factors

V. Chapter 5 (division)

• Dividing one-three digits by one digit.

Grade: 4

SCIENCE Mid-term review

Unit-E: MATTER

Chapter 10: Properties of Matter

VOCABULARY: -area -buoyancy -density -gas -length -liquid -mass -matter -metric system

-solid -volume -weight -newtons -balance -landfill -recycle -reuse -reduce

-grams -kilograms -centimeter -millimeter -kilometer -predict -infer

-scientific method -observation -question -hypothesis -experiment

-conclusion

Lesson 1: Matter(pgs. e4-e13)

-How can matter be described and identified?

-Know and describe the three states of matter.

-What are the four characteristics of matter?

-What happens to matter we use?

Lesson 2: Measuring Matter (pgs. e14-e23)

-How can you measure matter? -How can volume be measured?

-How can weight be measured? -How would you define density?

-Why is it important to set standards of measurements?

Chapter 11: Changes of Matter (pgs. e30-e59)

Vocabulary: -element -atom -mixture -filter -evaporation -compound -physical change

-chemical change -periodic table -classify

Lesson 3: What matter is made of? (p. e30-e39)

-How is matter classified? -What are elements? -How are elements named?

-What happens when elements mix? -How can mixtures be separated?

-How are compounds and mixtures alike and different?

-What are some real life mixtures?

Unit-F: Energy

Chapter 12: Forms of Energy

Vocabulary: -speed -force -friction -inertia -work -energy -frame of reference

-potential energy -kinetic energy -simple machine -load -effort force

-efficiency -compound machine

Lesson 1: Motion, Forces, and Energy, pgs. f4-f17

-How can you tell something is moving? -How do you calculate speed?

-How do forces affect motion? -Compare friction and inertia.

-How is weight related to gravity?

-How is force related to work? -What are different forms of energy?

-How can energy change forms?