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4th grade Science review Second Semestral

Use your Science notebook to answer the review.

A. Complete the information in the Life Cycle of a Plant using the word bank in the correct order

flowering - mature plant -seed - germination - sprout or seeding

seed

- mature plant -seed - germination - sprout or seeding seed Life cycle of a flowering

Life cycle of a flowering plant

- sprout or seeding seed Life cycle of a flowering plant Sprout or seeding B. Look
- sprout or seeding seed Life cycle of a flowering plant Sprout or seeding B. Look

Sprout or seeding

B. Look for the names of the 7 flower structures. You don´t need to identify them on a flower.

Flower Structures

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C.

Match the following concepts and definitions.

epidemic

a. Large group of similar ecosystems.

biome

b. “bearing cones”

pandemic

c. Is when an unusually large number of people in a community get a disease at the same time.

gymnosperms

d. Non flowering plants that use seeds.

conifers

e. Epidemic that has spread across a large region, typically across multiple continents or worldwide.

ecosystem

f. Organisms that interact with the sun, soil, water, and air.

D. Write and x on the statements that cause an Epidemic. You must find 5 answers.

1. Eating too much sugar.

2. Natural disaster and wars.

3. Visitors from other countries.

4. Infected food and water.

5. Not doing exercise.

6. Having a tattoo.

7. Lower resistance to a disease.

8. 8 Introduction of a new disease.

E.

Write how disease spreads. Pictures are given to you to remind you the answers.

E. Write how disease spreads. Pictures are given to you to remind you the answers. 1.
E. Write how disease spreads. Pictures are given to you to remind you the answers. 1.
E. Write how disease spreads. Pictures are given to you to remind you the answers. 1.

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F. Review the Six Stages of an Epidemic.

1.

The virus is found in animals, but not in humans.

2. The virus has been found in humans.

3. There are small clusters of the disease found, but it is not spreading rapidly.

4. The virus is being passed from human-to-human and there are community outbreaks of the disease.

5. The virus has spread to at least two countries. A full-fledged pandemic is imminent.

6. The disease is now classified as a full-fledged pandemic.

G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover.

TYPES OF PLANTS

pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS
pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS

Flowering plants

pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS
pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS
pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS

plants

pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS

moss

pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS
pandemic. G. Complete the following chart looking at p. 37 in your Discover. TYPES OF PLANTS

H. Complete using your Science nb.

ANIMALS

H. Complete using your Science nb. ANIMALS Invertebrates do not have a spinal bones or Largest:
H. Complete using your Science nb. ANIMALS Invertebrates do not have a spinal bones or Largest:

Invertebrates do not have a spinal bones or

nb. ANIMALS Invertebrates do not have a spinal bones or Largest: Colossal squid: It can grow

Largest:

Colossal squid: It can grow to over 40 feet long and weigh over 1,000 pounds.

Longest:

The ribbon worm which can grow to 180 feet long.

The ribbon worm which can grow to 180 feet long. Small: The rotifer , or wheel

Small:

The

rotifer, or

wheel

animal,

way too

small to

see with

just your

eyes.

are

 

animals that have a backbone.

Scientific name: chordate subphylum vertebrata.

There are

millions

species of vertebraes.

 There are millions species of vertebraes. Largest: The blue whale Small: A tiny Frogs breathe

Largest:

The blue

whale

species of vertebraes. Largest: The blue whale Small: A tiny Frogs breathe through their I. Write

Small:

A tiny

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I. Write whether the biomes are land or aquatic.

Desert, grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest. Marine, freshwater, and
Desert, grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest. Marine, freshwater, and
Desert, grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest. Marine, freshwater, and
Desert, grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest. Marine, freshwater, and

Desert, grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest.

grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest. Marine, freshwater, and coral reef
grasslands, savanna, tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate forest, and taiga forest. Marine, freshwater, and coral reef

Marine, freshwater, and coral reef