Grades Prek 8 Spring 2017 page 4 Daily Warm-Ups

#3964 Daily Warm-Ups: Math 76 Teacher Created Resources, Inc. 1. Which statement about a parallelogram is not correct? ( Circle the correct letter. ) A. Each set of opposite angles is congruent. B. Each set of opposite sides is congruent. C. Each set of opposite sides is parallel. D. All angles, when added together, equal 90. 2. Label circumference, diameter, and radius on the model below. Warm-Up 1 Name _________________________ Date _________ Measurement and Geometry 1. Jeff drew the triangle below on the board. He gave the measure of one angle but asked his friend to find the measure of each of the two remaining angles. Which correct response did Jeff's friend give? ( Circle the correct letter. ) A. B. C. D. 2. Jeff wrote the measures below for another triangle. He challenged his friend to find the correct angle measures for this new triangle. Which of the following could be the answer? ( Circle the correct letter. ) A. 110, 67, 54 C. 90, 45, 60 B. 40, 90, 50 D. 110, 90, 60 Warm-Up 2 Name _________________________ Date _________ Measurement and Geometry 32 90 54 32 58 90 32 90 45 32 90 58 32 A. B. 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You can also use them when it is time to transition to a new subject. Adding one daily warm-up to the classroom schedule or at home gives students the practice they need to improve math, language arts, and writing skills. 176 pages. $18.99 each Daily Warm-Ups: Nonfiction & Fiction Writing TCU 3974 Grade 1 TCU 3975 Grade 2 TCU 3976 Grade 3 TCU 3977 Grade 4 TCU 3978 Grade 5 TCU 3979 Grade 6 TCU 9630 Nonfiction & Fiction Writing Set (6 books) $113.94 Daily Warm-Ups: Science TCU 3967 Grade 2 TCU 3968 Grade 3 TCU 3969 Grade 4 TCU 3972 Grade 5 TCU 3973 Grade 6 TCU 9652 Science Set (5 books) $94.95 Daily Warm-Ups: Printing and Cursive Practice TCU 3770 Printing Practice Grades K-1 TCU 3810 Cursive Practice Grades 2-4 #3488 Daily Warm-Ups: Reading 26 Teacher Created Resources, Inc. )VNNJOHCJSET Have you ever seen the tiny bird that never stops flying? Do you know its name? Have you seen how its wings flap so fast? Have you heard a bird humming? It is called a hummingbird. It is one of the smallest birds. It is shorter than a pack of gum. Its long bill helps it drink the juice out of flowers. The juice is called nectar. Hummingbirds have tongues to catch insects. Their tongues are sticky. Flying makes them very hungry. That is why they are always looking for flowers. They are always drinking nectar. They live in forests, deserts, parks, and in the mountains. They live in fields and in valleys. Hummingbirds build nests for their babies anywhere they can find a quiet spot. They hunt for bugs and juice. The mother brings the food back to feed the babies. If you see a bird that is flying quickly and is very tiny, it might be a hummingbird! Keep watching! Warm-Up 18 Name _________________________ Date _________ Nonfiction: Animals 1. A synonym is a word that means the same thing. Quickly means . . . a. hunt. b. slow. c. fast. d. quiet. 2. Where do hummingbirds live? a. forests, deserts, and parks b. lakes and rivers c. oceans d. in tall trees 3. What is the name for the juice in the flower? a. juice c. sticky b. nectar d. hungry Quickly means y # 1 Teacher Created Resources, Inc. 47 #3993 Daily Warm-Ups: Language Skills Sfrj! !dddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd! Ifyj!ddddddddddddd ! Sentence Structure Warm-Up 41 Complete Sentences A complete sentence expresses a complete thought. A complete sentence has both a subject and a predicate. The subject tells whom or what the sentence is about. The subject can answer the question, Who or what is this sentence about?" The predicate tells what happens or did happen in the sentence. The predicate is the action part of the sentence. The predicate can answer the questions, "What happened?" or "What did he or she do?" Example: Graciela ran after the mailman. To find the subject answer the question, "Who ran after the mailman?" "Graciela" ran after the mailman. To find the predicate answer the question, "What did Graciela do?" Graciela "ran after the mailman." Example: Marsha was knitting a blanket. 1. Ellen rode her dirt bike over the sand dune. 2. Alex lit the sparkler on the Fourth of July. 3. Evan works as a police officer. 4. Sean is his brother. 5. Rachel runs a day care center. Cat and John went to the movies. They took their little girl with them. Their daughter's name is Caitlin. The family went to see the latest picture showing at the local theater. Everyone greatly enjoyed the film. On a separate sheet of paper, write a paragraph about a favorite movie. Exchange papers with answer the questions, "What happened?" or "What did he or she do?" #3967 Daily Warm-Ups: Science 36 Teacher Created Resources UNIT 4 - LIFE SCIENCE: ANIMALS BY WATER TheCreatures of Coral Reefs Name: Coral reefs are made up of small animals covered in hard shells. These animals grow together. They form a community. A lot of animals live in and around this community. Directions: Read about some types of coral and other animals who live in the reefs. Color the whole box purple if the animal is a type of coral. Color the whole box blue if the animal is a type of fish. Color the whole box red if the animal is not a fish or a type of coral. This coral is shaped like the human brain. Butterfly Fish This fish has a large, eye-shaped spot. This coral looks like an elk's antlers. This green sea slug has no shell. Octopus This animal has eight legs and can hide in the reef. This fish's flat body helps it fit in reefs. These coral move like small fans in the water. This unique fish looks like a tiny horse. This is not a fish. It can regrow an arm if it loses one. Warm-Up 30 #3967 Daily Warm-Ups: Science 36 Teacher Created Resources 4 Daily Warm-Ups Grades K-8

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