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Monday, 2/6/12 Day 111. Sentence Sleuth: you’re a terrific friend rebecca. 2 R.4. 22÷9= 34÷6 = 47÷5 = Fred bought a flashlight for \$0.36 and a notebook for \$0.78 for a science experiment. Without tax, what was the total cost of the 2 things Fred bought?

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### Monday, 2/6/12Day 111

Sentence Sleuth:

you’re a terrific friend rebecca

2 R.4

• 22÷9=

• 34÷6=

• 47÷5=

• Fred bought a flashlight for \$0.36 and a notebook for \$0.78 for a science experiment. Without tax, what was the total cost of the 2 things Fred bought?

• Sam had 2,478 centimeters of rope. What is 2,478 rounded to the nearer hundred?

• There are 9,837 air miles between Europe and China. What is 9,837 rounded to the nearer ten?

5 R.4

You’re a terrific friend,Rebecca.

9 R.2

The total cost was \$1.14.

2,500

9,840

Teacher: Advance to Next Slide for ARMT Practice

### Monday, 2/6/12Day 111, Cont’d

ARMT Practice:

Susan has a jar with exactly 15 Snickers Bars. She wants to give an equal number of Snickers to 5 of her friends.

• How many Snickers would each friend get?

• Susan gave Snickers to 3 friends. How many Snickers would each friend get?

Each friend would get 3 Snickers bars.

Each friend would get 5 Snickers bars.

### Tuesday, 2/7/12Day 112

1

Sentence Sleuth:

did you check you’re work

• 2 cups = ___ pint(s)

• ___ cups = 1 pint

• 1 liter = ___ centiliters

• On Wednesday, Allison began studying at 3:30. She studied until 4:45 without taking a break. How long did Allison study on Wednesday?

• The school play began at 7:00 and ended at 7:55. What is the total amount of time for the play?

2

Did you check your work?

100

Allison studied for 1 hour and 15 minutes on Wednesday.

The school play was a total of 55 minutes.

### Wednesday, 2/8/12Day 113

• Which of the following best represents an octagon? Why?

• What type of shape does the outside edge of the arrow below form? Why?

It is an octagon because it has 8 sides.

The outside edge of this arrow forms an octagon because it has 8 sides.

Use the grid to the right to answer the questions below.

What point best represents the location of the triangle?

Which pair of coordinates best represents the location of the hexagon?

Which figure appears to be located at (B,1) on the grid?

What coordinates best represent the location of the star?

(E,5)

(E,3)

(D,4)

Teacher: Advance to Next Slide for ARMT Practice

### Wednesday, 2/8/12Day 113, Cont’d

ARMT Practice:

For Ryan’s party, there will be 24 kids present.

• If each child gets 4 scoops of ice cream, how many total scoops of ice cream will be given to the kids?

B. If you get 2 scoops out of each ice cream container, how many containers will be needed for the party?

96 total scoops of ice cream will be given to the kids.

You will need 48 ice cream containers for the party.

Sentence Sleuth:

there are five cats and five dogs in there yard

There are five cats and five dogs in their yard.

### Thursday, 2/9/12Day 114

• A school has 350 books to give out to 7 classrooms. Each classroom will get an equal number of books. Which number sentence could be used to determine B, the number of books each classroom will receive?

• 350 ÷ 7 = B

• 350 x 7 = B

• 350 + 7 = B

• 350 – 7 = B

• Sam bought 5 dozen eggs. Each dozen costs \$2.55. Which number sentence could be used to determine the total cost of the eggs?

• \$2.55 x 5 =

• \$2.55 – 5 =

• \$2.55 + 5 =

• \$2.55 ÷ 5 =

• What value of X makes the equations below true?

• X + 24 = 2,006

• 297 + X = 386

• 968 – X = 387

Sentence Sleuth:

their ant sarah is coming over

Their AuntSarah is coming over.

X = 1,982

X = 89

X = 581