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Grade 4 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.4.1, L.4.1f
Which one is a correct sentence?
  1. Good to eat.
  2. We made cookies.
  3. Wagging its tail.
Grade 4 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.4.1f
Which sentence is written correctly?
  1. The Bird. The nest. The Egg.
  2. Happy pie eats chocolate
  3. The dog chased the cat down the street.
  4. the girl ate the whole pizza
Grade 4 Identifying Genre CCSS: RL.4.5
An anonymous, timeless, placeless story that was originally told rather than written.
  1. Fantasy / Fairy Tale
  2. Folk Tale
  3. Poetry
  4. Historical fiction
Grade 4 Writing
Choose a good topic sentence for these details.

In almost 100 years only about twelve white tigers have been seen in India.
They are almost extinct. Most of the ones living are in zoos, not in their natural habitat.
  1. The white tiger's diet consists mostly of deer and antelope.
  2. White tigers have white fur, blue eyes, and a pink nose.
  3. White tigers are extremely difficult to find in the wilderness.
  4. White tigers are still hunted in the wilderness today.
Grade 4 Sentence Structure CCSS: L.4.1f
Grade 4 Capitalization and Punctuation CCSS: L.4.1c
Choose the sentence that doesn't have any errors.
  1. Could you explain that again please?
  2. could you explain that again please.
  3. May you explain that again please?
  4. gimme some help mister
Grade 4 Subject-Verb Agreement CCSS: L.4.1f
Grade 4 Adjectives CCSS: L.4.1d
He was a                      man.
  1. English, young, silly
  2. silly, young, English
Grade 4 Onomatopoeia CCSS: RF.4.4, RF.4.4b
In what location would you find many examples of onomatopoeia?
  1. a school
  2. a farm
  3. a swimming pool
  4. a church
Grade 4 Vocabulary CCSS: RL.4.4

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