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1. A closed shape made up of three or more straight sides is a :

- Polygon
- Triangle
- Prism
- Cylinder

Polygon

- A geometric figure or its diagram is a/an:
- Prism
- Cylinder
- Cone
- Sphere

Prism

An object with 6 faces that are all square is called a/an:a/an:

- rectangular prism
- triangle
- quadrilateral
- cube

Cube

An object with one base and triangular faces that meet at a point is called a/an:

- triangle
- pyramid
- cone
- prism

Pyramid

An object with a circular base, a curved surface, and a vertex is called a

- cylinder
- cone
- face
- rectangular prism

Cone

- An object with 2 matching circular bases joined by a curved surface is called a:
- quadrilateral
- hexagon
- polygon
- cylinder

Cylinder

A polygon with four sides is called a: surface is called a:

- quadrilateral
- hexagon
- pentagon
- octagon

Quadrilateral

A polygon with five sides is called a: surface is called a:

- quadrilateral
- hexagon
- pentagon
- octagon

hexagon

A polygon with six sides is called a: surface is called a:

- quadrilateral
- hexagon
- pentagon
- octagon

Pentagon

A polygon with eight sides is called a: surface is called a:

- quadrilateral
- hexagon
- pentagon
- octagon

Octagon

- A polygon with eight sides is called a: surface is called a:
- quadrilateral
- hexagon
- pentagon
- octagon

Octagon

Any flat surface on a three-dimensional object is surface is called a:

- an edge
- a vertex
- a face
- a base

A face

What is formed when two surfaces of an object meet is surface is called a:called:

- an edge
- a vertex
- a face
- a base

edge

- A point where two or more edges of a shape meet is: surface is called a:
- an edge
- a vertex
- a face
- a base

VERTEX

An object with a circular base, a curved surface, and a vertex is called a/an:

- pyramid
- cone
- cylinder
- sphere

cone

The frame of an object that shows its edges and vertices is a/an:

- quadrilateral
- skeleton
- triangle
- polygon

Skeleton

A pattern that grows larger at each step is: a/an:

An attribute

A pattern rule

A growing pattern

A Decreasing pattern

A statement that tells about a pattern or tells how to make a pattern is:

A sorting rule

A pattern rule

An attribute

An increasing pattern

A pattern that grows smaller each step is: a pattern is:

A growing pattern

A decreasing pattern

A pattern rule

An increasing pattern

A pattern that has a core that is seen again and again is: a pattern is:

An increasing pattern

A decreasing pattern

A shrinking pattern

A repeating pattern

Something that names an attribute used to decide if an item belongs in a group is:

A sorting rule

A pattern rule

An increasing pattern

A shrinking pattern

The value of a digit that appears in a number is: belongs in a group is:

A referent

A number line

An estimate

Place value

When we look at how items are alike as well as how they are different we are:

Adding

Comparing

Sorting

Subtracting

- Something with evenly spaced numbers marked in order is it is:
An estimate

A referent

A digit

comparing

- A thoughtful guess that is close to the answer, but not exact, is:
- An order
- An estimate
- A place value
- A digit

- Something you can think about to help you estimate a measurement as:
- A digit
- A place value
- An order
- A referent

- The number we get when we combine 10 groups of 10 is: measurement as:
- Ten
- One hundred
- One thousand
- One hundred thousand

- When we combine two or more quantities together to find out how many altogether it is called:
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Division

- When two numbers are written with an addition sign between them, an equal sign and then an answer it is called:
- Addition facts
- Subtraction facts
- Sum
- Related facts

- The addition of two numbers that are the same is called: them, an equal sign and then an answer it is called:
- Near doubles
- Related facts
- Estimate
- Doubles

- The result of adding a number to the next counting number is:
- Near doubles
- Related facts
- Estimate
- Doubles

- The result of addition is: is:
- Difference
- Product
- Sum
- Divisor

- Facts that use the same numbers, but different operations are called:
- Near doubles
- Related facts
- Estimate
- Doubles

- Equation when two numbers are written with a subtraction sign between them, an equal sign, and then the answer is:
- Near doubles
- Related facts
- Estimate
- Doubles

- Calculating the answer without use of any materials, a calculator, pencil or paper is:
- A difference
- A sum
- Mental math
- Estimating

- The result of subtraction is: calculator, pencil or paper is:
- A sum
- Difference
- A product
- A divisor

- A standard among everything used for measuring is calculator, pencil or paper is:
- A minute
- An hour
- A unit
- A day

- A unit for measuring time; sixty minutes makes: calculator, pencil or paper is:
- A second
- A minute
- An hour
- A day

- A unit used for measuring time; the amount of time it takes to blink is:
- A minute
- A second
- An hour
- A day

- A unit used in measuring time; made up of sixty seconds is: to blink is:
- A second
- A minute
- An hour
- A day

- An organized way to show days, weeks, months and years is a to blink is:
- Perimeter
- Calendar
- Referent
- mass

- The measurement from end to end; how long something is; to blink is:
- Width
- Height
- Length
- Metre

- The distance across something is: to blink is:
- Width
- Height
- Length
- Metre

- The measurement of top to bottom is: to blink is:
- Width
- Height
- Length
- Metre

A unit used for measuring, usually about the width of a thumb:

A metre

A kilometre

A centimetre

An hour

- A unit used for measuring, usually used to measure something like the perimeter of a room:
A metre

A kilometre

A centimetre

An hour

- The distance around a shape is the: like the perimeter of a room:
- Perimeter
- Height
- Width
- Length

- A unit used to measure the mass of an object; usually used to measure how much person weighs is:
- A metre
- A kilometre
- A gram
- A kilogram

- When all the parts have the same amount we say that they are:
- Equal parts
- Unequal parts
- Pizza parts
- Fractions

- Something that shows the part that are less than the whole is:
- An equal part
- A fraction
- A denominator
- A whole

- The fraction we get when we make 2 equal shares of an item is:
- A half
- A third
- A quarter
- A fifth

- The fraction we get when we make three equal share of an item is:
- A half
- A third
- A quarter
- A fifth

- The fraction we get when we make 4 equal share of an item is:
- A half
- A third
- A quarter
- A fifth

- The fraction we get when we make five equal shares of an item is:
- A half
- A third
- A quarter
- A fifth

- The fraction we get when we make six equal shares of an item is:
- A sixth
- A seventh
- An eighth
- A ninth

- The fraction we get when we make seven equal shares of an item is:
- A sixth
- A seventh
- An eighth
- A ninth

- The fraction we get when we make eight equal share of an item is:
- A sixth
- A seventh
- An eighth
- A ninth

- The fraction we get when we make nine equal shares of an item is a:
- A sixth
- A seventh
- An eighth
- A ninth

- The fraction we get when we make ten equal shares of an item is:
- A sixth
- A tenth
- An eighth
- A ninth

- The part of the fraction that tells how many equal parts to count is:
- A numerator
- A denominator
- A half
- A whole

- The part of the fraction that tells how many equal parts are in one whole is:
- A numerator
- A denominator
- A half
- A whole

- Finding the total number in a set of equal groups is : in one whole is:
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Division

- When two numbers have a multiplication sign between them, an equal sign and then an answer it is called:
- A addition sentence
- A subtraction sentence
- A multiplication sentence
- A division sentence

- Another word for “multiply by” is: equal sign and then an answer it is called:
- Add
- Take away
- Goes in to
- Times

- Groups that have the same number of things in each group are called:
- Unequal groups
- Equal groups
- Division
- Addition

- A set of objects arranged in equal rows is called: called:
- An even number
- An even group
- An array
- A product

- To separate into equal parts or equal groups is to: called:
- Add
- Subtract
- Multiply
- Divide

- When two numbers have a division sign between them, an equal sign and then an answer it is:
- An addition sentence
- A subtraction sentence
- A multiplication sentence
- A division sentence

- When we say how many times a smaller number goes into a larger number we are saying:
- Added to
- Subtracted from
- Timesed by
- Divided by

- Any number that we can reach when counting by 2’s; a number that ends in 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8 is:
- A addend
- An odd number
- An even number
- A product

- Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are all called:
- Operations
- Equal groups
- Arrays
- Products

- Any number that you would reach by counting by 2’s: a number that ends in 1, 3, 5, 7, or 9:
- A addend
- An odd number
- An even number
- A product

- A way of counting items by making one mark for each item you count is a :
- Tally mark
- Tally chart
- Scale
- Data

- A chart on which a count is kept is a: count is a :
- Tally chart
- Bar graph
- Axis
- Scale

- A graph that uses an X to show each piece of data is: count is a :
- Data
- A bar graph
- An axis
- A line plot

- Something that shows data using bars on a grid is: count is a :
- Data
- A bar graph
- An axis
- A line plot

- The part of the graph that tells what the graph is about is: count is a :
- An axis
- A scale
- A title
- Data

- The numbers written along either axis on the graph; or the number of items each unit on a bar graph represents is:
- Data
- Scale
- Tally
- Vertical

- A line that goes left to right is a: number of items each unit on a bar graph represents is:
- Data line
- Vertical line
- Line plot
- Horizontal line

- A line that goes up and down is: number of items each unit on a bar graph represents is:
- Data line
- Vertical line
- Line plot
- Horizontal line

- Facts or information collected to learn about people or things is:
- A tally mark
- A bar graph
- Data
- Scale

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