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# Whatever It Takes Grade 3 Mrs. Ohks, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs.Reed, Mrs. Lord Mrs. Outline .

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Whatever It Takes! Grade 3 Mrs. Ohks, Mrs.Sullivan, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. White, Mrs. Cummins, and Mrs. Lord. Math. A carnival began and finished at the times appeared on these timekeepers. Begin Time End Time How long did the carnival last? F. 150 minutes G. 130 minutes
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﻿Whatever It Takes! Review 3 Mrs. Ohks, Mrs.Sullivan, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. White, Mrs. Cummins, & Mrs. Lord

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Math

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A carnival began and finished at the circumstances appeared on these tickers. Begin Time End Time what number minutes did the carnival last? F. 150 minutes G. 130 minutes H. a hour and a half J. 30 minutes

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Mrs. Manuel utilized a measuring tape to help her entire a vocation. Which occupation would best be finished utilizing a measuring tape? measuring the measure of water in a glass measuring the temperature in a room measuring the heaviness of a stone measuring the width of an entryway

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Tanya purchased some lemonade at the reasonable. Each measure of lemonade cost 20 pennies. Which expression could be utilized to locate the aggregate sum Tanya spent on lemonade, in pennies? 20 ÷ 4 20 x 4 20 – 4 20 + 4

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Science

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A sort of shellfish called a leaf shell has not been discovered alive in more than 75 years. This shellfish is best portrayed as undermined ensured flourishing d. extinct

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Sara utilized this amplifying glass to take a gander at the foundations of a plant. What is the fundamental capacity of the roots? to store nourishment to make sustenance to take in water to take in soil

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Which of these is a characteristic protest? a fossil in a stone a photo of a fossil an earth model of a fossil a mortar form of a fossil

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Social Studies

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Which activity most ensures the air we relax? building block houses improving interstates imagining clean motors for autos working in warmed buildings

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Why does Sparrow no doubt pick a home in the P in Pizza? He needs to amazement his companions. He needs a home near great sustenance. It is near his companions. D. It helps him to remember his old home.

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X Which physical part of the world is set apart with a X? equator sea island mainland

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Read these sentences from Paragraph 15. He has pressed up every one of his brushes. He has pressed up all the scissors. A.     worn or conveyed B.     bunched together C.     totally loaded with D.     set in something for moving

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Why does Sparrow in all likelihood pick home an in the P in Pizza? He needs to amazement his companions. He needs a home near great nourishment. It is near his companions. D. It helps him to remember his old home.

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Read this sentence. Tim _____ over the tall fence to get the lost softball. Which of these is the most particular word to use in this sentence? got ran went climbed

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Other Ways to Help Your Child Good Night\'s Sleep Limit Extra Activities During TCAP Week Great Breakfasts Healthy Snacks Be On Time for School Positive Discussion & Encouragement

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