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Garfield Elementary School- Revere, MA A Problem a Day, While You are Away… Entering Grade 3 Summer Math Calendar Directions for Students and Parents: 1. Students will complete a problem for each weekday during the months of July and August.

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Garfield Elementary School- Revere, MA

A Problem a Day, While You are Away…

Entering Grade 3 Summer Math Calendar

Directions for Students and Parents:

1. Students will complete a problem for each weekday during the months of July and August.

2. Students will show a parent the completed problem.

3. The parent will make sure that the problem is completed correctly.

4. If the problem is completed correctly, the parent will initial the calendar on the appropriate day.

5. Students should return the calendar when school resumes in August, 2013.

July 1 (NBT.8)

Complete the pattern below:

21, 31, 41, 51, _____, _____, _____, _____, _____, 111, 121,………

July 2 (MD.8)

How much money do you have in all?

=__________

July 3 (OA.1)

Mary is 7 years older than her sister. If Mary is 15 years old, how old is her sister?

July 5 (NBT.5)

Write a number in the box that will make the number sentence true.

23 + = 31

July 8 (NBT.7)

Write a number in the box that will make the number sentence true.

32 - 21 =

July 9 (NBT.6)

Write a number in the box that will make the number sentence true.

35 + 22 + 12 =

July 11 (OA.2)Write the related subtraction facts for this fact family.

7 + 3= 10

3 + 7= 10

_______ - _______ =_________

_______ - _______ =_________

July 10 ( NBT.4)

Write either <, >, or = in the boxes provided to make the number sentences true.

333 343

491 480

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How many pennies are in each row?

How many pennies are in all?

There are _______ pennies in each column.

There are _______ pennies in each row.

There are _______ pennies in all.

July 15 (MD.7) What time does the clock say?

The clock says the time is _______________.

July 17 (NBT.2)Continue counting following the pattern.

245, 250, 255, 260, 265, _______, _______,

_______, _______, _______, _______, _______,

_______, _______, _______, _______, _______

July 16 (NBT.2 & 4)

Write the following numbers from least to greatest:

267, 762, 726, 627, 672, 276

______, ______, ______, ______, ______, ______

July 18 (NBT.8)

Brendan can skip count by any number. He can also start at any number. If Brendan started at the number 114 and skip counted by tens, it would look like…………….

114, 124, 134, _______, _______, _______, _______,

_______, _______, _______, _______. _______, _______.

July 19 (OA.1) Max has 19 more pieces of candy than Lana. If Lana has 36 pieces of candy, how many pieces of candy does Max have?

Max has __________ pieces of candy.

July 22 ( NBT.5) Write the correct number in the box to make the number sentence true.

15 + 7 = 28 -

July 23 (G.3) Shade one-fourth of this rectangle.

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July 24 (NBT.6)Tyler scored 35 points. Catrina scored 42 points. Hanna scored 27 points. Davis scored 33 points. How many points did they score altogether?

• July 25 (MD.MA.7.a)
• How many days are in 1 week? _____________
• How many months are in 1 year? ____________
• How many days are in 1 year? _____________
• How many seconds are in 1 minute? __________
• How many minutes are in 1 hour? ___________
• How many hours are in 1 day? _____________

July 26 (G.1) Draw a quadrilateral with 4 equal sides and 4 equal angles. Name the shape that you drew.

I drew a ______________________.

July 29 (G.1) Name these shapes:

____________ ____________ ____________

July 31(MD.7)Mrs. DiGregorio wanted to know what time it was. She asked Mrs. Tringale who said, “It is a quarter past five.” If Mrs. DiGregorio was looking at an analog clock, what number was the minute (big) hand pointing to?

___________________________________________

54 + 39 =

August 1 (OA.3) Does this group of objects have an odd or even amount? Prove your solution by writing a doubles fact (two equal addends)

There is an ___________ number of moons.

I know this because

_________ + ________ = _________

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August 5 (NBT.3) Write the number 792 in word form and expanded form. Draw the base ten blocks to represent 792.

Word Form: _____________________________________

Expanded Form:__________________________________

Base Ten Block Drawing:

= 1 ticket

August 6 (G.3) Circle the picture below that represents one half.

How many more tickets does Rachel have than Joshua? ____

How many fewer tickets does Teresa have than Robert?____

How many tickets do the 4 children have in all? _______

How many more tickets does the group need to have 30 in all?

__________

August 8 (NBT.5 & 6)Find the sum using expanded form.

28 + 69 =

• August 7 (OA.2)Solve:
• 3 + _____ = 7 12 - 7 = _____
• = 3 + _____ _____ + 10 = 20
• + 7 = ______ 15 = _____ + 8
• 19 = 10 + _____ 18 - 9 = _____

August 9 (MD.8) Describe a combination of coins and bills that add up to \$4.37. (you don’t need to use every type of coin)

_____ dollar bills _____ quarters _____ dimes

_____ nickels _____ pennies _____ five dollar bills

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August 13 (MD.8) How many quarters can I trade for \$4.00?

I can trade ______ quarters for \$4.00.

August 12 (NBT.5 & 6)Find the difference.

3 4 7

- 2 6 8

August 15 (G.2)

This rectangle is divided into 2 rows and 6 columns. How many units in all?

There are _________ units.

August 14 (G.2)

Partition this rectangle into 5 equal columns and 3 equal rows.

August 16 ( MD.10)

How many students voted in all?_________

August 19 (MD.5)

Joan’s skateboard is 28 inches long. Sara’s skateboard is 19 inches long. What is the difference in the lengths of their skateboards?

August 20 (MD.6)

Use the number line to show how to solve:

46 cm. + 46 cm. =

August 21 (NBT.9)

57 + 33 = 90. How can you prove it? Show how you know.

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August 22 (NBT.5 & 6) Find the difference.

August 23 (NBT.1)

706 =

____ hundreds,

_____ tens,

and _____ ones.

5 00

- 2 6 8

August 26 (MD.1, 2. 3, 4)

Measure a spoon to the nearest centimeter.

The spoon is about _______ cm. long.

Measure a fork to the nearest inch.

The fork is about _______ in. long.

Which is longer, the fork or the spoon? How do you know?

Great work!

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