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1. Day 1 Look at the following number: 847,202 A) What is the value of the 7? B) What is the value of the 8? C) Write the number in words D) Write the number in expanded notation

2. Day 2 FACT TIME!!!!

3. Day 3 Mrs. Brown has 19 students, Mr. Jay has 22 students, and Ms. Johnson and Mrs. Robson both have 21 students in attendance today. • About how many students are in attendance today? Write a number sentence to show the estimated number of students in attendance. • How many students are actually in attendance today? Write a number sentence to show how you solved the problem.

4. Day 4 Last week, Jose read 295 pages. This week, he read twice as many pages. • About how many pages did Jose read this week? • How many pages did Jose actually read this week? • Looking at last week and this week, how many pages did he read in the two weeks?

5. Day 5 FACT TIME!!!!

6. Day 1 Write a comparison sentence for each of the following using symbols (<, >, =). Name the place that helped you compare the numbers. Example: 389 > 367 (tens place) a) 4,628 _____ 4, 682 b) 9,871 ______ 9,781 c) 7,802 ______ 7,808

7. Day 2 FACT TIME!!!!

8. Day 3 Last week 212 people attended the basketball game. • To the nearest hundred, about how many people were in attendance? • If the gym can seat 489 people, how many seats are left empty?

9. Day 4 On Janey’s visit to the zoo, she saw 23 birds, 9 different kinds of snakes, 4 tigers and four times more monkeys than tigers. • How many monkeys did Janey see? How do you know? • Altogether, how many animals did Janey actually see at the zoo? Write a number sentence to show you how you solved the problem?

10. Day 5 FACT TIME!!!!

11. Day 1This table shows the number of pencils in a box. Each box has the same number of pencils. How could you find the number of pencils in 5 boxes? How many pencils are in 5 boxes?

12. Day 2 FACT TIME!!!!

13. Day 3 For the school fundraiser, the first grade sold 243 candles, the second grade sold 198 candles, and the third grade sold 327. • Estimate the total number of candles sold. Write a number sentence to show your estimate. • How many candles did the three grades sell? Write a number sentence to show how you solved the problem. • How many more candles would second grade have to sell to tie with third grade? Write a number sentence.

14. Day 4 Anna had earned \$465 last month. This month she earned \$481. • Estimate the amount of money Anna has earned in two months. Show your work. • How much money did Anna earn in two months? • How much more money did Anna earn this month when compared to last month? Write a number sentence.

15. Day 5 FACT TIME!!!!

16. Day 1 Use counters to solve the problem. Eric has collected 28 pictures of baseball players. He wants to put them in an album that has seven pages. • Draw a picture to show how you solved the problem. • How many pictures can he put on each page?

17. Day 2 FACT TIME!!!!

18. Day 3 Samantha had \$35 to spend on school supplies. • Which of the items could she buy? Show your work. • What is another possibility of items she could buy? Show your work.

19. Day 4 William needs drawing paper for his art project. • He had 12 sheets of drawing paper • He bought 2 packages of drawing paper from the art store. • There are 35 sheets of paper in each package • He used 55 sheets for his art project Explain the steps you would use to find the amount of drawing paper William had left.

20. Day 5 FACT TIME!!!!

21. Day 1 Use counters to solve the problem. Jerry runs two miles three times a week. • If he continues his running routine, how many miles will he run in seven weeks? • What operation(s) did you use to solve the problem?

22. Day 2 FACT TIME!!!!

23. Day 3 Use base-ten blocks to help solve the problem. Adrianna has 276 blocks. Miguel has 423 blocks. • Estimate the total combined number of blocks. Show your work. • Adrianna and Miguel have a total of how many blocks? Write a number sentence to show how you solved the problem. • Who has the most blocks? How many more?

24. Day 4 7 0 3 5 8 8 Rule: Each digit can only be used one time. • Create the largest possible 3-digit number. • Create the smallest possible 3-digit number • Find the difference between the two created numbers.

25. Day 5 FACT TIME!!!!