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Day 1

- Common cluewords for addition are: increase
- add in all
- sum altogether
- total plus

Addition

Level 1: Jim raises 7 rabbits and 9 birds. How many pets does Jim have in all? A. 16 B. 15

Level 2: In the Olympics swimming program, United States athletes have won 231 gold medals, 176 silver medals, and 136 bronze medals. How many Olympic medals in swimming have United States athletes won altogether? A. 443 B. 543

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Day 2

- Common clue words for subtraction are:
- left less than many more
- fewer than minus subtract
- difference decrease take away

Subtraction

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Level 1: Ms. Spear’s third grade class made 87 cookies for a party. When the party was over, there were 12 cookies left. Which number sentence could be used to find the number of cookies that were eaten at the party? A. 87 + 12 = ? B. 87 – 12 = ?

Level 2: Earth revolves around the sun every 365.26 days. Mars revolves around the sun every 687 days. How many fewer days does it take Earth than Mars to revolve around the sun? (hint: line up decimals)A. 321.74 B. 321.84

Add or Subtract

Week 1

Day 3

Level 1 Mary bought 5 pieces of candy on Monday and 6 pieces on Tuesday. How many pieces of candy altogether? A. Add B. Subtract

Level 2- Tracks 1, 2, 3, and 4 of a certain compact disk had songs with lengths of 3.14 minutes, 4.21 minutes, 4.00 minutes, and 2.5 minutes. How many minutes of music were on tracks 1, 2, 3 and 4 altogether?A. Add B. Subtract

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Add or Subtract

Week 1

Day 4

Level 1 - There were 279 girls and 317 boys at Camp Lone Star. How many more boys than girls were there at Camp Lone Star?A. Add B. Subtract

Level 2- Mrs.Terry bought five items with the following prices: $7.90, $8.10, $2.07, $13.50, $6.31What was the total amount of Mrs.Terry's purchases?A. Add B. Subtract

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Add or Subtract

Week 1

Day 5

Level 1 - Philip has 476 pennies. His brother has 180 pennies. How many more pennies does Philip have than his brother?A. Add B. Subtract

Level 2 A CD that Kwan wants to buy costs $12.75. Kwan has $6.97. How much more money does he need in order to buy the CD?A. Add B. Subtract

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Week 1 Answers

Day 1 Level 1 A

Level 2 B

Day 2 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

Day 3 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 4 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

Day 5 Level 1 B

Level 2 B

Place Value-the value of where the digit is in the number

Level 1- Kenny counted 206 cars on the freeway on the way to school. Which is the same as 206?A. 2 hundreds and 6 ones B. 2 hundreds and 6 tens

Level 2- The country of Japan uses about 28,631,011 tons of paper a year. Which digit is in the millions place in this number?A. 8 B. 6

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Place Value-the value of where the digit is in the number

Level 1- Which shows the number 21 written in words?A. Twenty-one B. Thirty-one

Level 2 - Look at the list of numbers below.28,815; 28,786; 28,709; 28,780Which of these lists the numbers from LEAST to GREATEST? A. 28,709; 28,780; 28,786; 28,815 B. 28,815; 28,786; 28,780; 28,709

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Place Value-the value of where the digit is in the numberLevel 1- Which shows the number 321 written in words?A. Three hundred twenty-one B. Twenty-one

Level 2 - The populations of some of the biggest cities in the world are listed below. Which city has the largest? Sao Paulo 9,811,776 Karachi 9,863,000 Seoul 9,981,649 Bombay 9,925,891

A. BombayB. Seoul

Place Value-the value of where the digit is in the number

Level 1 - Which numeral represents two hundreds and eight tens? A. 208 B. 280

Level 2- The largest island in the world is Greenland, with an area of 2,175,600 square miles. In this numeral, in what place is the numeral 7?A. ten thousands B. thousands

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Place Value-the value of where the digit is in the number

Level 1- Which numeral represents five thousands, two hundreds, and eight tens? A. 5,208 B. 5,280

Level 2- The country with the greatest number of people in the world is China. Its population in 2001 was 1,273,013,290. What digit is in the millions place in this number? A. 3 B. 2

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Day 1 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 2 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 3 Level 1 A

Level 2 B

Day 4 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

Day 5 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

Day 1

A Sequence is a set of things in order. Predict (fortell) the next item in the sequence.Level 1 - Predict the next shape in this pattern.

A. B.

Level 2- Look at the sequence of numbers.5, 5, 10, 15, 15, 20, 25, 25, 30, 35, 35

A. Each number is a multiple of 5.

B. Each number is repeated two times

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Day 2

A Sequence is a set of things in order. Predict (fortell) the next item in the sequence.Level 1 - Predict the next shape in this pattern.

A. B.

Level 2- Joyce wants to make a charm bracelet. She knows she wants the bracelet to create a pattern. If she has 14 charms, what will be the next to the last charm she will add to her bracelet?

A. B.

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Day 3

A Sequence is a set of things in order. Predict (fortell) the next item in the sequence.Level 1: What is the next number in the sequence?

2,4,6,8,10, ___

A. 2 B. 12

Level 2- Look at the numbers below. 12, 19, 26, 33, 40, . . .What pattern do you see in these numbers?

A. The numbers are all odd.

B. The numbers have a difference of 7.

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Day 4

A Sequence is a set of things in order. Predict (fortell) the next item in the sequence..Level 1 - Predict the next number in the sequence.

30, 25, 20, 15, ___

A. 10 B. 5

Level 2 - Predict the next three numbers in the sequence

24, 20, 16, 12, ____, ____, ____.

A. 8, 4, 0B. 9, 6, 3

Source: http://www.rainforestmaths.com/

Day 5

A Sequence is a set of things in order. Predict (fortell) the next item in the sequence.Level 1 - Predict the next two numbers in the sequence

3, 6, 9, 12, 15, ___, ____

A. 20, 25 B. 18, 21

Level 2 - Predict the next two numbers in the sequence

189, 194, 199, ____, _____

A. 204, 209 B. 299, 389

Source: http://www.rainforestmaths.com/

Day 1 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 2 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 3 Level 1 B

Level 2 B

Day 4 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 5 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

Estimate: To find an answer close to an exact number by rounding or other methods.

30

29

28

27

26

25

24

23

22

21

20

11940

11939

11938

11937

11936

11935

11934

11933

11932

11931

11930

Level 2: Round 11,931 to the nearest 10.

Level 1: Round 22 to the nearest 10.

22

11931

- 20
- 30

- 11940
- 11930

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Round 43 to the tens place.

40

50

Level 2

Round 7, 298 to the hundreds place.

7, 200

7, 300

Week 4 Day 2

Estimate: To find an answer close to an exact number by rounding or other methods.

Source: www.math.com

Round 57 to the tens place.

60

50

Level 2

Round 31,299 to the thousands place.

32,000

31,000

Week 4 Day 3

Estimate: To find an answer close to an exact number by rounding or other methods.

Source: www.math.com

Round 88 to the tens place.

80

90

Level 2

Round 95,704 to the hundred thousands place.

10,000

100,000

Week 4 Day 4

Estimate: To find an answer close to an exact number by rounding or other methods.

Source: www.math.com

Round 288 to the hundreds place.

200

300

Level 2

Round 775,540 to the ten thousands place.

780,000

770,000

Week 4 Day 5

Estimate: To find an answer close to an exact number by rounding or other methods.

Source: www.math.com

Day 1 Level 1 A

Level 2 B

Day 2 Level 1 A

Level 2 B

Day 3 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 4 Level 1 B

Level 2 B

Day 5 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

The word "Decimal" means "based on 10"

Week 5

Day 1

Ones

Level 1

A. $1.26

B. $1.22

Level 2

What is the decimal number?

Three and Four Tenths

A. 3. 4

B. 4.3

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

The word "Decimal" means "based on 10"

Week 5

Day 2

Ones

Level 1

A. $2.30

B. $2.03

Level 2

What is the decimal number?

Twenty Three One-Hundredths

A. 0.23

B. 2.30

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

The word "Decimal" means "based on 10"

Week 5

Day 3

Ones

Level 1

A. $1.22

B. $1.12

Level 2

What is the decimal number?

2 36/100

A. 2.036

B. 2.36

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

The word "Decimal" means "based on 10"

Week 5

Day 4

Ones

Level 1

A. $1.00

B. $1.05

Level 2

What is the decimal number?

7 87/100

A. 7.087

B. 7.87

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

Day 5

The decimals in the order, highest to lowest:

1.2, 0.85, 0.42

Level 1

A. $5.35

B. $5.25

Level 2

Place in order, highest to lowest:

0.87 ; 7.85; 7.07

A. 7.85; 7.07; 0.87

B. 7.07; 7.87; 0.87

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

Day 1 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 2 Level 1 B

Level 2 A

Day 3 Level 1 B

Level 2 B

Day 4 Level 1 A

Level 2 B

Day 5 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Week 6 Day 1

Example: Add 1.452 to 1.3

Level 1:

$ 1.50

+ $ 1.02

A. $ 2.50 B. $ 2.52

Level 2:

0.982 + 1.49= _____

A. 1.131 B. 2.472

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

Week 6 Day 2

Example: Add 1.452 to 1.3

Level 1:

$ 0.90

+ $ 1.00

A. $ 2.90 B. $ 1.90

Level 2:

5.21 + 0.816= _____

A. 6.337 B. 6.026

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

Week 6 Day 3

Example: Subtract 0.03 from 1.1

Level 1:

$ 0.40

- $ 0.20

A. $ 0.20 B. $ 0.10

Level 2 :

73.8 - 0.248= _____

A. 73.552 B. 4.80

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

Week 6 Day 4

Example: Subtract 0.03 from 1.1

Level 1 :

5.0

- 0.1

A. 4.9 B. 5.1

Level 2 :

2.490- 0.461= _____

A. 2.029 B. 2.28

Source: http://www.mathsisfun.com

Week 6 Day 5

Level 1What is 2.97 – 1.84? Write your answer in decimal form.

A. 1.13 B. 2.13

Level 2: A weather reporter stated that water in a local river was 23.4 feet high at noon. The river is at flood stage when the water reaches a height of 26 feet. How many feet under flood stage was the river at noon?

A. 3.4 feet B. 2.6 feet

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Day 1 Level 1 B

Level 2 B

Day 2 Level 1 B

Level 2 B

Day 3 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 4 Level 1 A

Level 2 A

Day 5 Level 1 A

Level 2 B

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