By Scholastic, Leland Graham, Jennifer Moore
Supply your baby a head begin at school! summer season convey comprises a hundred fun-filled job pages—arranged in a innovative, 10-week format—that toughen abilities whereas getting ready 5th graders for 6th grade.
In this learning-packed publication, your baby will paintings at the following skills:
• Vocabulary and Spelling
A summer’s worthy of serious studying! to be used with Grades 5-6.
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Extra resources for Summer Express (between grades 5 & 6)
42 Narrative Writing Create a Superhero Scholastic Inc. Summer Express: Between Grades 5 & 6 Summer Express Between Grades 5 & 6 © Scholastic Teaching Resources Create your own superhero! Describe your superhero’s powers or strengths. However, give your superhero one weakness. Describe the weakness and how he or she would keep it a secret or overcome it. On a separate sheet of paper, sketch your superhero in action! 43 Advanced Computation What’s in a Name? A B C D E F G H I J K L M 765 134 55 700 32 19 76 400 94 40 148 1,000 363 N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z 2,500 157 601 822 344 999 650 975 238 89 12 36 4 Write your name on this line and use the white space to do your computations.
744 D. 11 Convert these decimals and fractions to percents. Circle the letter with the correct answer. 1 11. 4 = 9. 25 = C. 25% D. 25% B. 25% C. 025% D. 25% B. 750% C. 5% 3 12. 4 = 10. 33 = A. 33% A. 5% B. 033% C. 30% D. 330% A. 75% D. 75% Scholastic Inc. Summer Express: Between Grades 5 & 6 A. 025% B. 5% 63 Diagramming Sentences A Picture of the Sentence To diagram a sentence, first draw a long horizontal line. Then draw a short vertical line that crosses the horizontal line. Write the simple subject to the left of the vertical line.
25% B. 750% C. 5% 3 12. 4 = 10. 33 = A. 33% A. 5% B. 033% C. 30% D. 330% A. 75% D. 75% Scholastic Inc. Summer Express: Between Grades 5 & 6 A. 025% B. 5% 63 Diagramming Sentences A Picture of the Sentence To diagram a sentence, first draw a long horizontal line. Then draw a short vertical line that crosses the horizontal line. Write the simple subject to the left of the vertical line. Write the simple predicate to the right of the vertical line. When diagramming sentences, use capital letters as they appear in the sentence, but do not use punctuation.