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Math Meeting Lesson 90-2. Created by Lisa Hart, Hawthorne. February 2010. Today’s date is _____________________. What day of the week was it two days ago?. What day of the week will it be three days from today?. :. It is afternoon . What time will it be two hours from now?

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### Math Meeting Lesson 90-2

Created by Lisa Hart, Hawthorne

February2010

Today’s date is _____________________.

What day of the week was it two days ago?

What day of the week will it be three days from today?

:

It is afternoon.

What time will it be two hours from now?

How many minutes are there in one hour? ________ ...two hours?_______

Idaho Falls School District 91

Daily Temperature

F

• Is it warmer or colder today than yesterday?
• How do you know?
Money

How much money is this?

Secret Number

The secret number is________________________.

Write the number in expanded form _______________________.

Pattern of the Day

______, ______, ______, ______, ______, ______,

______, ______, ______, ______, ______, ______.

25

The number of the day is

Some number sentences for the number 25 are:

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

_______________________________________

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Start at 100

• Subtract 10
• Subtract 10
• Subtract 1
• What will we need to do to get back to 100?
Counting by 3’s

0,

3,

6,

9,

12,

15,

18,

21,

24,

27,

30

Let’s count by 100’s to 1000.

0,

100,

200,

300,

400,

500,

600,

700,

800,

900,

1000

Counting
• Say the even numbers from 70 to 90. Let’s use the 100 number chart to count.

Daily Count

Start at390 Count by 1’s

Lesson_____ Time Money ________ Secret Number _______

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### Lesson 90-2

Today we will cover the same design in different ways using tangram pieces.