Answer Key Maven 4C

Answer Key Maven 4C - L2 Vocabulary Star, Page 27 Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. hours I spent two hours on my homework. ...

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Maven 4C L1 Answer Key

Answer Key Maven 4C - L1

Think aloud! Say aloud! Page 19

Vocabulary Star, Page 15

Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks. Answer key 1. the bell rings 2. it will rain hard / it thunders / it will rain hard 3. it will get cold soon / fall from the trees

Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. shadows The children were jumping on each other’s shadows. 2. village They live peacefully in a small village in the country. 3. chirp The birds outside my window chirp at sunrise. Check the correct answers and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. V A lot of people gathered to see the parade. 2. V The rooms are bright and warm. 3. V We always wake up when the roosters crow in the morning.

Reading Jump, Page 16 Look at the pictures and choose the correct answers. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. c) Early in the morning, roosters crow. 2. a) As the nights go by, the moon seems to grow smaller. 3. b) In some parts of the world, people rang bells in the morning.

Reading Jump, Page 17 Read the sentences and circle T for true and F for false. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. T - we know it is nighttime when the sun goes down. 2. F - The time between two full moons is about four weeks. Read the passage and answer the questions. Answer key 1) In some villages, people gathered together when they heard the sound of beating drums. 2) People had an important meeting.

Reading Jump, Page 18 Think about what happens in the morning, afternoon, and at night. Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. in the morning – the sun rises 2. in the morning - newspapers are delivered 3. in the morning – birds sing 4. at night – it gets dark 5. at night – the sun goes down Say & Write 1. The sun rises in the morning. 2. Newspapers are delivered in the morning. 3. Birds sing in the morning. 4. It gets dark at night. 5. The sun goes down at night.

Grammar Note, Page 20 Write down what time it is now. Answer key 1. three 2. four thirty 3. five ten 4. six forty-five Check the correct answers and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. V It is seven fifty. 2. V It is two fifteen. 3. V It is three twenty.

Grammar Note, Page 21 Look at the digital clocks. Then, write down what time it is and draw hands on the clock faces. Answer key 1. three thirty five - It is three thirty five. It is time to take a rest. 2. five forty - It is five forty. It is time to clean my room. 3. seven twenty five - It is seven twenty five. It is time to have dinner. 4. six fifteen - It is six fifteen. It is time to prepare our dinner.

Wonder Writers, Page 22 Do you know the importance of time? When do you feel that time is important? Step 1: (Examples) a) Be late for school b) Study for a test I think time is important when I am late for school. I think time is important when I study for a test. Step 2(Examples) I feel time is important because I have to be in class on time. I feel time is important because I need much time to study. Step 3(Examples) I feel time is important when I am late for school because I have to be in class on time. I think time is important when I study for a test because I need much time to study.

Maven 4C L2 Answer Key

Answer Key Maven 4C - L2 Vocabulary Star, Page 27 Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. hours I spent two hours on my homework. 2. point She was pointing at the computer. 3. watch I got a watch for my birthday. 4. below There is the painter’s name below the picture. Check the correct answers and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. b) 2. c) 3. a) Say & Write 1. It took exactly 20 minutes to get here. 2. The clock says 9 o’clock. 3. The clown had a ball in each hand.

Reading Jump, Page 28 Look at the pictures and choose the correct answers. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. b) The clock has two hands and twelve numbers. 2. c) On this clock, the big hand is pointing to 12. 3. c) When the little hand points to 5 and the big hand points to 12, it is exactly 5 o’clock.

Reading Jump, Page 29 Read the sentences and circle T for true and F for false. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. T – As time goes by, the hands on the clock move from number to number. 2. F – When the clock’s little hand points to 2 and the big hand points to 12, It’s exactly 2 o’clock. Look at the clock and answer the questions. 1. It is pointing to 12. 2. It is pointing to 8. 3. It is 8 o’clock.

Reading Jump, Page 30 Explain where the clock’s hands are pointing to. Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. big hand – 12 / little hand - 3 2. big hand – 3 / little hand - 9 3. big hand – 6 / little hand - 10 4. big hand – 9 / little hand - 10 Say & Write(Examples) 1. When the little hand points to 3 and the big hand points to 12, it is exactly 3 o’clock. 2. When the little hand points to 9 and the big hand points to 3, it is nine fifteen. 3. When the little hand points to 10 and the big hand points to 6, it is ten-thirty. 4. When the little hand points to 10 and the big hand points to 9, it is ten forty-five.

Think aloud! Say aloud! Page 31 Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks. Answer key 1. do after work / fixing his old car 2. bus come / every 10 minutes 3. sun rise these days / around 6:00 a.m.

Grammar Note, Page 32 Look at the time and fill in the blanks. Answer key 1. half 2. past 3. past six 4. twenty past nine Fill in the blanks using half, quarter, past, or to. Answer key 1. quarter 2. half 3. past 4. half past

Grammar Note, Page 33 Read the digital clocks using half, quarter, past, or to. Answer key 1. a quarter to four It is quarter to four. It is time to take a piano lesson. 2. twenty past five It is twenty past five. It is time to do my homework. 3. a quarter past six It is quarter past six. It is time to eat. 4. half past eight It is half past eight. It is time to go to bed.

Wonder Writers, Page 34 Think about a clock and describe its functions. Step 1(Examples) b) big hand and little hand A clock has the numbers from 1 to 12. A clock has a big hand and a little hand. Step 2(Examples) The numbers tell me what time it is. Two hands show what time it is. Step 3(Examples) 1. A clock has the numbers from 1 to 12. It tells me what time it is. 2. A clock has a big hand and a little hand. Two hands show what time it is.

Maven 4C L3 Answer Key Think aloud! Say aloud! Page 43

Answer Key Maven 4C - L3 Vocabulary Star, Page 39 Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences.1 Answer key 1. calendar The calendar shows us days, dates, and months. 2. showed Tom showed me his new backpack. 3. every I wake up at 7 o’clock every day. Match the definition with the sentences. the sentences. Answer key 1. b) 2. c) 3. a) 4. d)

Then, rewrite

Say & Write 1. June has gone by already. 2. I was born in January. 3. My favorite month is September. 4. My favorite holiday is New Year’s Day.

Reading Jump, Page 40 Look at the pictures and check the correct answers. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. c) When all seven days have passed, a week has gone by. 2. a) A year from now, you will be one year older. 3. d) Calendars are another way for us to tell how much time is passing.

Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks. Answer key 1. other holiday / Thanksgiving 2. place / Jeju island 3. food / pizza

Grammar Note, Page 44 Answer the questions. Answer key 1. in July 2. in January. 3. September 4. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 5. on Tuesday

Grammar Note, Page 45 Look at the calendar and answer the questions. Answer key 1. on Saturday and Sunday I go fishing on Saturday and Sunday. 2. on December 12th The snow usually comes on December 12th. 3. on March 3rd My birthday is on March 3rd. 4. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday I work on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Wonder Writers, Page 46 Reading Jump, Page 41 Read the sentences and circle T for true and F for false. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. F - Every month of the year has a name. 2. T - There are about four weeks in every month. Read the passage and answer the questions. Answer key 1. A calendar shows us every month of the year. It shows us every day of each month. 2. Calendars help us remember holidays, birthdays, and other important dates.

Reading Jump, Page 42 Think about what you normally mark on calendar to remember. Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key (Examples) 1. my birthday 2. summer vacation 3. Christmas 4. my parent’s birthday 5. Thanks giving Say & Write(Examples) 1. I mark my birthday on my calendar. 2. I mark summer vacation on my calendar. 3. I mark Christmas on my calendar. 4. I mark my parent’s birthday on my calendar. 5. I mark Thanksgiving on my calendar.

If there were no calendars, how could you tell how much time is passing? Answer key Step 1(Examples) b) the moon We could tell the time with the sun. We could tell the time with the seasons. We could tell the time with the moon. Step 2(Examples) The sun shows us how the day has gone by. The seasons show us how the weather has gone by. The moon shows us how the night has gone by. Step 3(Examples) We could tell the time with the sun. The sun shows us how the day has gone by. We could tell the time with the seasons. The seasons show us how the weather has gone by. We could tell the time with the moon. The moon shows us how the night has gone by.

Maven 4C L4 Answer Key

Answer Key Maven 4C - L4 Vocabulary Star, Page 51 Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. The sundial The sundial was invented to tell time. 2. move around Over the weekend, we move around furniture in my room. 3. go across When you go across the street, you need to be careful. Match the definition with the sentences. Then, rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. c) 2. d) 3. a) 4. b) Say & Write 1. She marked my birthday on the calendar. 2. The traffic lights control traffic. 3. The sun shines brightly in the sky. 4. I just can’t wait till the school is over.

Reading Jump, Page 52 Look at the pictures and choose the correct answers. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. a) The shadow of the tall part tells the time. 2. d) By looking at where the shadow is, we know what time it is. 3. b) Traffic lights tell us when it is time for cars to stop and go.

Reading Jump, Page 53 Read the sentences and circle T for true and F for false. Then, rewrite the correct sentences. Answer key 1. F -The sundial was one of the first ways of telling time. 2. T – As time passes, the sun moves across the sky. Read the passage and answer the questions. Answer key 1. Today, many schools use bells to mark the time. 2. The bell rings when it is time for class to begin. The bell rings again when class is over.

Reading Jump, Page 54 Think about what tells us when to do something. Fill in the blanks and rewrite the sentences. Answer key 1. My mom – to wake up 2. My stomach – to eat 3. A traffic light – to stop or start walking 4. A whistle – to run 5. The school bell – to begin the class Say and Write 1. My mom tells me when it is time to wake up. 2. My stomach tells me when it is time to eat. 3. A traffic light tells me when it is time to stop or start walking. 4. A whistle tells me when to run. 5. The school bell tells me when it is time to begin the class

Think aloud! Say aloud! Page 55 Look at the pictures and fill in the blanks. Answer key 1. he is the one / By looking at his eyes 2. it will rain tonight / By looking at the sky 3. I’m messy / By looking at your room

Grammar Note, Page 56 Look at the calendar and fill in the blanks. Answer key Year: in two thousand ten Month and Day: on June 1st Date and Day: on Friday the thirteenth Month and Week: 4th week of June

Grammar Note, Page 57 Look at the calendar and answer the questions. Answer key 1. on December 4th My birthday is on December 4th. 2. December 2nd It is December 2nd. 3. on the 4th week of December I’m going there on the 4th week of December. 4. on Friday the sixteenth It starts on Friday the 16th.

Wonder Writers, Page 58 Let’s plan your future. Where will you be and what will you be going in year 2010 and year 2050. Answer key Step 1 (Examples) In year 2015, I will be a Junior high school student. In year 2050, I will be a scientist on the moon. Step 2(Examples) I will be at school doing my assignments. I will be on the moon exploring the space. Step 3(Examples) In year 2015, I will be a Junior high school student. I will be at school doing my assignments. In year 2050, I will be a scientist on the moon. I will be on the moon exploring the space.