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Class Expectations All Expectations should be completed Quietly. Materials: Binder , Pencil Sit quietly. Ground Works. A unit of mathematical riddles. Fit the Facts. Goal: students will be able to use proportional reasoning to identify fractional parts of groups, including percents .

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Materials: Binder, Pencil

Sit quietly

Ground Works

A unit of mathematical riddles

Fit the Facts

Goal:

students will be able to use proportional reasoning to identify fractional parts of groups, including percents.

Fill in the blanks using the numbers below

Use each number only once

The story must make sense.

Number Choices: 21 – 3 – 15 – 6 – 50 – 9

Fit the Facts #1

On June_____ , the first day of summer, the Mets played the Yankees in a baseball game. The two teams scored a total of _____ runs. The Mets scored _____%, or _____ runs, more than the Yankees. The Mets scored _____ runs. The Yankees scored _____ runs.

Number Choices: 12 – 1/3 – 6 – 22 – 4 – 100 Fit the Facts #2

Mrs. Clark bought _____ bananas and _____ peaches. She bought _____% more peaches than bananas. She bought _____ and many apples as peaches, or _____ apples. She bought _____ pieces of fruit in all.

Number Choices: 75 – 3 – 25 – 2 – 1938 - 5Fit the Facts #3

The original _____-cent coin was introduced in 1866. In the year _____, the coin was redesigned to look like it does today. The coin is _____% copper and _____% nickel. There is _____ times as much copper as nickel in the coin. The diameter of the coin is _____ centimeters.

Number Choices: 40 – 5 – 16 – 2 – 56 – 24 Fit the Facts #4

In the bicycle store, there are _____ bicycles for every _____ tricycles. There are _____ more bicycles than tricycles. Of the _____ cycles in the store, _____ are bicycles and _____ are tricycles.

Number Choices: 2.66 – 32 – 7.5 – ¼ - 8 - 2Fit the Facts #5

The height of a person is about ____ times the length of his or her head. Jack is 5 feet tall. The length of his head is about ____ inches. The length of a person’s head is about 1/3 of the length of that person’s arm. Jack’s arm is about ____ feet long. The length of a person’s head is about ____ the length of that person’s leg. Jack’s leg is about ____ inched, or ____ feet long.

Number Choices: 66,600 – 253 – 1,110 – 93 – 240,000 – 365.25Fit the Facts #6

In our solar system, Earth is about _____ million miles from the sun. It revolves around the sun at a speed of about _____ miles per hour, or _____ miles per minute. It takes Earth about _____ days to complete one revolution around the sun. Earth has one moon that is about _____ miles away. The highest temperature on the moon’s surface is about _____°F.