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### Compound Words Matching

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Make compound words by dragging words from the right to match the words on the left.

### Food Chain

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Students identify the living things that are producers and consumers by completing food chains.

### Transformations in the Coordinate Plane

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Identify, describe and perform transformations involving translations, reflections, and rotations.

### Units of Measure

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Understand basic customary and metric units of weight and mass using pounds, ounces, grams and kilograms.

### An introduction to area

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Introduce the concept of calculating area by placing chairs on a rug.

### Chess

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Play chess on your interactive whiteboard.

### Measuring Jug

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Students will learn how to assess the volume of various kinds of measuring jugs.

### Number Line with Decimals

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Identifying and placing numbers and/or decimals.

### Spring Scene

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An interactive scene about the spring theme. A journey of discovery with text and images

### State Maps

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Students learn capitals, waters and mountains of each state.

### Bubble Map

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Students can use this map to describe qualities of an object or an idea using adjectives and adjectival phrases.

### Abacus

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Learn how to add and subtract.

### Synonyms and Antonyms

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Students will understand and use synonyms and antonyms, and understand the role of synonyms in improving passages of text.

### Factors & Multiples

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Develop an understanding of multiples and factors and use to solve problems.

### Contractions and Possessive Pronouns

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Students will understand how contractions are formed and be able to distinguish between a contraction and a possessive pronoun.

### Photosynthesis

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Students will: how plants make food using water, carbon dioxide and energy from the Sun (photosynthesis) and learn that oxygen is a waste produce of photosynthesis.