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Teeth (Grade 4)

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Teeth

1. 
What is the job of the back teeth?
  1. tearing food
  2. grinding food
  3. cutting food
2. 
What is the job of the pointed teeth?
  1. tearing food
  2. cutting food
  3. grinding food
3. 
What is the job of the front teeth?
  1. tearing food
  2. cutting food
  3. grinding food
4. 
The kind of tooth with a flat edge used to cut food. There are eight of these teeth.
  1. baby
  2. bicuspid
  3. incisor
5. 
The kind of tooth with a broad top used to grind food. These teeth are located in the very back of your mouth.
  1. incisor
  2. molar
  3. adult
  4. baby
6. 
What is the hard part of your tooth?
  1. root
  2. gum
  3. enamel
  4. tongue
7. 
If plaque is not cleaned off the teeth, it can cause the enamel of your teeth to                .
  1. harden
  2. become whiter
  3. shine
  4. decay
8. 
At what age do we usually start to get permanent teeth?
  1. ninety-nine
  2. sixteen
  3. two months
  4. six
9. 
How many teeth will you have when you are grown?
  1. 20
  2. 28
  3. 32
10. 
Teeth can tell you what kinds of food a mammal eats. Plant eaters (herbivores) like deer have large, flat molars for grinding plants. Animals that eat both plants and meat (omnivores) have strong canines and molars for tearing and grinding foods. Animals that are meat eaters (carnivores) have canine teeth for cutting and tearing.

What is the main idea of this paragraph?
  1. Animals have different kinds of teeth.
  2. An animal's teeth can tell you what kinds of food the animal eats.
  3. Animals that are meat eaters have canine teeth for cutting and tearing, but plant eaters have flat molars for grinding plants.
  4. Animals that eat both plants and meat have strong canines and molars for tearing and grinding foods.
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