Day 1 (Day Work)
1a.) Jason bought 5 packs of skittles. Each pack cost $2.00 each. How much did Jason spend on skittles?
1b.) In each pack of skittles, there were 25 skittles. How many skittles did he have in all?
1c.) If Jason ate 39 skittles, how many skittles does he have left?
2a.) Addison has $2.00. If she buys a container of gum that costs $1.59, how much change will she receive?
2b.) If there are 24 pieces of gum in the container and she wants to share it equally with her five friends, how much will each friend get? *Don't forget to include Addison*
3.) The clocks below show how long Patrick spent doing his homework yesterday. How long did it take him to complete his homework?
Day 1 (After school work)
*Parents please be available to help your child with the following problems. All of these are directly related to the Math Standards that will be assessed on the upcoming Math FSA in early May. Also, if they they struggle with certain problems, please give them ones that are similar until they reach mastery.
Brody went to the Palm Coast Cafe after school last week. Here is what the menu looked like....
-Pizza slice $1.25
-Soda $ .80
-Doughnut $ .40
-Gum $ .18
1a.) Brody bought 2 slices of pizza, a doughnut, and a piece of gum. How much did he spend?
1b.) If Brody pays with a $5.00 bill, how much change will he receive?
2.) Bella collected 33 flowers at recess and Liam collected 81. How many more flowers did Liam collect the Bella?
3.) Lilly, Abi, and Peyton went to the beach on Saturday. Lilly collected 143 seashells, Abi collected 97 and Peyton collected 285. How many did the girls collect altogether?
3a.) If Lilly and Abi combined their seashells, would they have more than Peyton? What would the difference be between their combined total compared to Peyton's?
4.) The times below show when Zaiydan started and stopped talking on the phone. How long was he on the phone for?
5.) The time below shows when Jordan began to wash dishes and when he finished. How long did it take him to wash the dishes?
6. Find the elapsed time of the following problems.
a.) Start Time: 6:20
End Time: 8:00
b.) Start Time: 4:45
End Time: 6:10
c.) Start Time: 9:45
End Time: 11:45
Start Time: 2:11
End Time: 4:16
Day 2 (Day Work)
1a.) Julius purchased 3 cartons of soda. In each carton, there were 12 cans. If he gave 7 cans to his neighbor, how many total cans will he have remaining?
1b.) If each carton cost $9.00, how much did he spend in all?
2.) Anthony scored 4 touchdowns and made 3 field goals in Saturday's football game. If touchdowns are worth 6 points and field goals are worth 3 points, how many total points did he score in all?
3. The times below show when Randy began to workout and when he stopped. How long did he work out for?
4.) Olivia went on a boat ride to the Bahamas. The departure and arrival times are listed below. How long was the boat ride to get to the Bahamas?
5.) Measure the pink line to the nearest half inch.
6.) Measure the line to the nearest 1/2 inch.
Day 2 (After School Work)
1.) The clocks below show the start and stop time it took Emily to complete her homework last night. How long did it take her to finish this task?
2.) The clocks below show when Addy started to eat her lunch today and when she finished. How long did Addy spend eating her lunch?
3. The times below show how long Liam was at extended day yesterday. How long was he there for?
4.) Measure the pink line to the nearest quarter inch (1/4).
5.) Measure the pink line to the nearest quarter inch (1/4).
6a.) Jocelyn went fishing this weekend (Saturday and Sunday). She caught 73 fish in all. If she caught 28 on Saturday, how many fish did she catch on Sunday?
6b.) She caught 3 different kinds of fish (carp, bluegill, and catfish). If she caught 26 carp and 13 catfish, how many bluegill did she catch?
Day 3 (Day Work)
1.) Measure the pink line to the nearest 1/4 of an inch.
2.) The clock below shows the time that Addy arrived at school. If she was 1 hour and 25 minutes late, what time does school start?
3.) Josiah went to running club at 3:55. His father picked him up at 5:15. How long was he at running club for?
4a.) Emilia has 7 chickens on her farm. Each chicken laid 6 eggs. How many eggs did the chickens lay in all?
4b.) Emilia sold 17 chickens. How many does she have now?
4c.) Emilia decides that raising chickens is too much work. She gives the rest of the chickens away to each of her 5 friends equally. How many chickens will each friend get? Write a number sentence that represents this problem.
Round the following numbers to the nearest ten. *Example of how to round is located under 5e.
Step 1. When rounding to the nearest ten, first underline the tens column.
Step 2. After you underline the tens column, draw a line to the ones column. Circle that number. Ask the circled number if it is 5 or higher. If it is, then the number in the tens column will go up 1. If it is not 5 or higher, then the number in the tens column will stay the same. The number that you circled will always turn to a zero. The correct answer for the problem below would be 80.
Here is another example of rounding to the nearest ten using a 3-digit number.
Step 1. It is important to remember that although you are now dealing with a 3-digit number, you must underline the tens column if you are rounding to the nearest ten.
Step 2. After you have located the tens column, you will draw a line to the ones column and circle the number. If the number circled is 5 or higher, then the number in the tens column will go up 1. If it is not, then the number in the tens column will stay the same. The final answer below would be 640.
Day 3 (After School Work)
1.) Darriyanna came to school at 10:25. If she was an hour and 30 minutes late, what time should she have been at school?*Hint* Make sure you are starting at 10:25 and going backwards! This is very similar to the way you have been doing elapsed time only you are headed the opposite way on the number line.
Round the following numbers to the nearest ten. *If you have difficulty, look at the example in Day 3 (Day Work).
2e.) *Challenge* 696
Write the following numbers in expanded form. An example of expanded form is listed below.
Example: 7,340 (standard form)
7,000+300+40+3=7,340 *this is the answer in expanded form
5a.) Rocio was having a cookout and purchased 4 packs of burgers. In each pack, there were 6 burgers. How many burgers did she buy in all?
5b.) If she ate 4 burgers, then sold the rest for $3.00 each, how much money would she make in burger sales?
5c.) If she went shopping with the money she made and spent $27.81, how much money would she have left over?
Day 4 (Day Work)
1.) Measure the pink line to the nearest quarter inch (1/4).
2. Measure the pink line to the nearest 1/4 inch (quarter inch).
3.) Sophia had 8 bottles of perfume and Demi had 14. How many do they have altogether?
4a.) Prince bought 4 boxes of crowns. Each box had 7 crowns. How many crowns did he have in total?
4b.) Lebron bought 2 boxes of crowns. Each box had 10 crowns. Who has more crowns (Prince or Lebron)? How many more?
Round the following to the nearest ten
6.) Write 3,701 in expanded form
Day 4 (After School Work)
1.) The times below are the times Bryson started and stopped practicing for basketball. How long did he practice for?
2.) The time below shows what time Bella showed up for cheerleading practice. She was 50 minutes late. What time was she supposed to be there?
Round the following numbers to the nearest ten
4.) Mariah scored 8 two point baskets and 4 three point baskets in her basketball game yesterday. How many points did she score?
5a.) Giles scored 43 points in his basketball game. Zaiydan scored 19. How many more points did Giles score than Zaiydan?
5b.) Serenity scored 77 points in the basketball game. If you combine Giles and Zaiydan's points, would it be more than Serenity's points. What would the difference in points be?
Day 5 (Assessment Day)
- The times below show when Brody began to watch a movie and when it ended. How long was the movie?
2.) Lilly was 40 minutes late to work. If she showed up at 9:25, what time should she have been there?
Round the following numbers to the nearest ten
4.) Abi went on a camping trip. She had two boxes of soda. Each box contained 8 cans of soda. She also brought 3 boxes a fruit juice. Each box had 10 small fruit juice cartons. How many total drinks does she have altogether?
5.) Davonn brought cupcakes to share with 6 of his best friends. If there are 21 cupcakes, how much would each friend get?
6.) Last week, Emily worked 4 days for 8 hours each day. Peyton worked 5 days for 6 hours each day. Who worked more? What is the difference in hours between the the two girls?
7.) Bella had collected 820 flowers and set them on the sidewalk so she could show her Mommy. Suddenly, a huge gust of wind came and blew 326 flowers away. She was able to save the rest of them. How many flowers does she have now?
Day 6 (Weekend Work)
Tell whether the following numbers are odd or even.
*Hint* If a number has a 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8, at the end of it (ones column) it will ALWAYS be even. If it does not, it will ALWAYS be odd.
Use >,<, or = to show which number is greater.
2.) 679 ____ 1,000
3.) 8,799 ____ 999
4.) 6,895 ____ 10,112
Complete the number in the number patterns
5.) 83, 87, 91, _____
6.) 51, 45, 39, 33, _____
7.) 335, 435, 535, 635, _______
8.) 747, 740, 733, ________
Find the missing factor
9.) 7 x 3 = 3 x ____ *If you put 21 here you are incorrect! Look closely at the problem.
10.) 8 x ___ = 56
11.) 21 = 3 x ___
Beginning of Wave 2
Day 7 (Day Work)
1.) Kennedy made a picture graph that shows the classes her classmates enjoy the most. How many students chose reading as their favorite subject? *Don't forget to look at the key before answering!
2.) How many more students like Math than Science?
3.) How many students in all answered the survey?
4.) Measure the pink line to the nearest quarter inch.
5.) Measure the pink line to the nearest 1/2 inch.
6.) On Sunday, Jace went fishing. Below are the times that he started and when he finished. How long did Jace go fishing for?
Round the following numbers to the nearest ten.
Round the following numbers to the nearest hundred.
9.) Is 453 even or odd?
Complete the number patterns
10a.) 135, 145, 155, _________
10b.) 67, 71, 75, 79, __________
10c.) 89, 81, 74, 67, __________
Find the missing factors
11a.) 6 x ____= 48
11b.) 6 x 5=_____ x 6
11c.) 12= _____ x 4
12.) Carley was planning to have a party at her house. She ordered 4 pizzas that were $9.00 each. She also ordered 5 containers of cupcakes that cost $7.00 each. How much did she spend altogether?
Day 7 (After school Work)
1.) Taye made a picture graph to show the snacks his classmates prefer the most. How many students like pretzels the most?
2.) How many more students like Doritos than popcorn?
3.) How many kids like Doritos and peanuts the most?
4.) If Taye surveyed more kids and 20 more kids liked pretzels, how many circles would he need to draw on his graph?
5.) Shane had a job interview. He arrived 1 hour and 10 minutes early. The clock below shows what time he arrived. What time was he scheduled to be at his interview?
6.) Measure the pink line to the nearest 1/2 inch.
7. Measure to the nearest 1/4 inch.
What is the rule for the patterns below?
8a.) 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27
8b.) 102, 99, 96, 93, 90
9.) Liam is training for a bicycle race. The data in the bar graph below shows how many miles he rode his bike last week. How many miles did he ride altogether last week?*It may be difficult to tell how high the bar graphs go. If you look closely, there is an orange line that is drawn to show how high each bar goes.
10.) How many more miles did he bicycle on Friday than on Wednesday?
11.) Did he ride more miles on Thursday and Friday or Monday and Tuesday? What is the difference in miles?
Complete the number sentences to make them true.
12a.) 72 = ____ x 9
12b.) 9 x 8 = ____ x 9
12c.) 6 x ____ = 24
Day 8 (Day Work)
- Carley left the house at 8:00 am on Saturday to go to the grocery store. It took her 25 minutes to get there. Then she spent 50 minutes shopping. What time did she leave the store?
2. The clock below shows the time little Jimmy went to bed. His mother told him to make sure he was in bed 1 hour and 30 minutes ago, but he didn't listen. What time should he have been in bed?
3.) Round the following number to the nearest ten and hundred.
Complete the pattern.
4.) 123, 118, 113, 108, _______
5.) Label the Point A as a fraction on each number line.
6a.) Violet bought 2 large boxes of Girl Scout Cookies. In each box, there were 10 small containers of cookies. Each container contained 8 cookies. How many total cookies does she have?
6b.) If she decides to eat 6 cookies each day for seven days, how many cookies would she eat?
7.) Brody bought 2 small containers of cookies (each container has 8). If he eats 7, how many would he have left?
Day 8 (After School Work)
1.) Put the fractions on the number line below in order from greatest to least.
*Read below before completing #2
The picture below represents 2 wholes. It is important to understand that whenever you have a fraction that is more than 1 whole, that it is considered greater than 1. It is very easy to identify a fraction greater than 1 because the numerator (the top number) is larger than the denominator (the bottom number).
As you can see, there are two circles (two wholes). Each circle is cut into fourths. Therefore, the denominator will stay fourths no matter what.
The numerator, simply counts the total number of pieces altogether. As you can see here, there are 8 total pieces that have been cut into fourths. That is how we came to the answer 8/4.
Let's look at the next picture below. As you can see, it has changed. Two of the fourths (two pieces) have been taken away. We don't have two complete wholes anymore, but we still have more than one whole, therefore our fraction is greater than one. Notice our denominator hasn't changed because both wholes are cut into fourths. The only thing that has changed is the numerator. There are 6 fourths still remaining.
2.) In the picture above, what fraction of the pieces are missing?
3a.) In the picture above, what is the fraction of the pieces that still remain (green pieces)?
3b.) What is the fraction of the pieces that are missing?
4a.) In the picture above, what is the fraction of the pieces that still remain?
4b.) What is the fraction of the pieces that are missing?
Write the following fractions in simplest form *remember to put the fraction into simplest form, all you need to do is find the largest factor that will fit into both the numerator and the denominator.
Example: 4/10 (four-tenths) will simplify into 2/5 (two fifths) because the factor of 2 is the highest factor that can go into both 4 and 10. It goes into the number 4 (two times) and it goes into the number 10 (five times). Therefore, the answer is 2/5 (two-fifths)
5a.) 3/9 (three-ninths) *hint* 3 is the highest factor that will go into both
5b.) 8/12 (eight-twelfths)
5c.) 4/6 (four-sixths)
5d.) 8/10 (eight-tenths)
5e.) 5/10 (five-tenths)
Day 9 (Day Work)
The picture graph below shows how Mr. Cairns class gets to school in the morning.
1.) How many students ride a scooter to school?
2.) How many more students ride a bicycle to school than a stroller?
3.) How many students ride a bicycle or a scooter?
4.) How many students in all answered the survey?
The line plot below shows the shoe sizes in Mr. Manley's class.
5.) How many kids wear a size 5?
6.) How many kids have a shoe size that is greater than 5?
7.) How many kids have a shoe size that is 4 or smaller?
8.) What is the largest shoe size in the class?
9.) Which shoe size do the most students have?
Use <, >, or = to compare the following fractions *Some you can draw out to find the answer, but cross multiplication may be the better choice!
10.) 3/4 (three fourths) ________ 1/2 (one half)
11.) 7/8 (seven eighths) _______ 3/4 (three fourths)
12.) 4/5 (four-fifths)________ 8/10 (eight tenths)
Put the following fractions in order from least to greatest
13.) 1/3, 5/6, 1/2
14.) 1/6, 2/4, 2/10
Put the following fractions into simplest form
Day 9 (After School Work)
Example Problem: The following problem is a fraction of a number that is used in a word problem. Here is a step-by-step on how to complete it.
One-third of the 12 pencils are blue. How many pencils are blue?
The first step is to realize that since the pencils are divided into thirds, there are 3 equal groups (just like a whole would be divided into 3 equal parts.)
The second step is to realize that there is 12 pencils that are divided equally into 3 equal groups. The picture below shows this.
The third step is to check what question the problem is asking. It tells us that there are 12 pencils and 1/3 of them are blue. Then asks, "How many pencils are blue?" Check your picture. All three groups have four pencils for a total of 12, but it tells us only 1/3 of them are blue. That means 1 out of the three groups are blue. One group (1/3) contains 4 pencils, which means that there are 4 blue pencils.
1.) Looking at the problem above, if 2/3 of the pencils were yellow, how many pencils would be yellow?
2a.) If there were 10 students outside, and 1/5 of them were wearing red shirts, how many students would be wearing red shirts? *Draw a picture to represent the problem.
2b.) If 3/5 of the students were wearing white shirts, how many students would that be?
3a.) If Anthony bought 3 pizzas and cut them into eighths, what would the fraction be of the total number of pieces that he has?*Hint* Your fraction is greater than 1, so your numerator will be bigger than your denominator.
3b.) If Anthony eats 4 pieces, his brother eats 2, and his sister eats 3, what fraction of the pizza is left?
3c.) What fraction of the pizza is eaten?
4.) If each pizza cost $9.00, how much did he spend?
Day 10 (Day Work)
1.) Craig bought 6 packs of baseball cards. In each pack, there were 9 cards. How many cards did Craig have in all?
2a.) Bob also bought the same kind of cards that Craig bought. Bob had 36 cards in all. How many packs of cards did he buy?
2b.) If Bob gave Craig 9 baseball cards, how many cards would Bob have left?
3.) If each pack of cards cost $2.00, how much did Craig spend on baseball cards?
4.) If Sara goes to the store with $8.00 and spends $4.68, how much money will she have left?
5.) Sara bought a pack of candy that contained 28 gummy bears. If she wanted to share them equally with 3 of her friends, how much would each friend get?
6.) Measure the pink line to the nearest quarter inch (1/4).
7.) Measure the pink line to the nearest 1/2 inch.
8.) Below is the time that Shannon got to the airport. If her flight leaves at 5:00, how much longer does she have before her plane takes off?
The following pictograph shows the total number of flowers grown by four girls.
9a.) How many flowers did Bella grow?
9b.) What is the total number of flowers grown by all of the girls?
9c.) How many more did Lilly grow than Abi?
9d.) If Abi and Olivia combined their flowers, would they have more than Lilly? What would the difference be?
Put the following fractions into simplest form.
Put the following fractions from greatest to least
11.) 2/5, 1/12, 3/4, 3/6
12.) If Davonn had 15 skittles and 2/3 of the skittles were red, how many skittles would be red?
Day 10 (After School Work)
1.) Gabby has 15 apples and 3 baskets. If she puts and equal number of apples in each basket, how many apples would be in each basket?
2.) Which of the following describes this pattern?
2, 4, 6, 8, 10
A.) Multiply by 2
B.) Add by 2
C.) Subtract by 2
D.) Divide by 2
3.) Jordan plants 18 trees. He plants the trees equally in 3 rows. How many trees are in each row?
4.) Zain has 4 stacks of 5 DVD's on each of 3 shelves. How many DVD's does he have in all?
5.) Which of the following describes a pattern in the table below?
A.) Add 3
B.) Multiply by 2
C.) Multiply by 3
D.) Add 9
6.) The image below shows 2 wholes that are cut equally into 14 pieces each. Write a mixed fraction and an improper fraction for this.
7a.) Write the mixed fraction and the improper fraction for the shaded part below.
7b.) Which part of the fraction below is not shaded?
8.) Every week for the last 3 weeks, Zaiydan has gained 4 pounds of muscle. If he continues to gain muscle at this rate, how many more weeks will he need before he has gained a total of 20 pounds?
9.) There are 48 people waiting in line to get on a rollercoaster. If only six people can get on a rollercoaster each time it goes around, how many times will the coaster need to go around before all 48 people have had a chance to ride it?
10.) Billy bought 6 bags of colored rocks. Each bag had 90 rocks in it. How many rocks did Billy buy in all?
Day 11 (Day Work)
1a.) What is the perimeter of the rectangle?
1b.) What is the area of the rectangle?
2.) What is the perimeter of the triangle?
3a.) What is the perimeter of the square?
3b.) What is the area of the square?
4a.) What is the area of the hexagon?
4b.) What is the perimeter of the hexagon?
5.) What is the missing numerator in the fraction below?
6.) What is the missing denominator in the fraction below?
7.) What is the missing numerator in the fraction below?
Day 11 (After School Work)
1.) Harmony had a rope that was 48 inches long. If she cut the rope into 8 equal pieces, how long would each piece be?
2a.) Which is an equivalent fraction for 3/4?
3.) How many inches would be in 3 feet?
4.) Which pair of shapes are congruent, have one pair of parallel lines, and zero lines of symmetry?
5.) Scott bought a large rectangular pepperoni pizza that was cut into 16 equal slices. His brother opened the box and ate the pepperoni off 4 of the pieces. Write a fraction to show how many of the pieces still have pepperoni.*Try to put your answer in simplest form.
6.) Liam worked for 15 minutes yesterday. Julius worked 4 times as long as Liam. How long did Julius work for?
Match the fractions to the correct letter on the number line.
Day 12 (Day Work)
1.) How much is 1/4 of a dollar?
2.) How much is 3/4 of a dollar?
3.) Which of the following below is NOT 1/2 shaded?
4.) The image below is a sketch of Pat's Party Pad on his back porch. What is the unknown length at the bottom?
5.) What is the area of Pat's hot tub?
6.) What is the area of his deck (deck area)?
Complete the number sentences to make them true.
7a.) 48 = ______ x 6
7b.) 9 x _______ = 54
7c.) _______ divided by 8 = 8
8a.) What fraction is point A on the number line?
8b.) What fraction points are B and C at on the number line?
8c.) Write the mixed fraction and improper fraction of the circles that are shaded.
Day 13 (Day Work)
1.) Grace wants to bake 6 pumpkin pies for a holiday feast. The recipe says that she will need to use 3 pumpkins to make one pie. How many pumpkins will she need to make 6 pies?
2.) Bert wants to know the length of the rectangle, but he does not have a ruler. He decides to compare it to the string above. He knows the string is 12 inches in length. About how long is the rectangle?
The picture graph below shows the butterflies Emily observed in her flower garden.
3.) How many butterflies did she observe on Wednesday?
4.) How many butterflies did she see on Monday and Tuesday?
5.) How many butterflies did she see in all 3 days?
6.) Did she see more butterflies on Monday and Tuesday combined or on Wednesday. What was the difference?
7.) Put the fractions in order from greatest to least.
1/12, 6/3, 4/8, 9/10
8.) Cameron's football game starts at 7:00 p.m. It takes him 25 minutes to get to the stadium. What time should he leave his house if he wants to be there 30 minutes before the game starts?
9.) What is the sum of 17 and 48?
10.) The drawing below is a plan for Destiny's ant park. She is using 1 inch toothpicks to fence them in. Find the missing sides. What would the perimeter be to her ant park?
11.) What is the area of her ant park?*Hint* Divide her park into two rectangles, find the area of both, then add the two areas together.
Day 14 (Day Work)
Today you will begin by completing one question in each to the reteach sections (multiple answer, fractions reteach, word problems reteach, number patterns reteach, rounding reteach, and elapsed time reteach. These will be numbers 1-6. *Just do the first question in each one only.
Multiple Answer Practice 1.)
Fractions Reteach 2.)
Word Problem Reteach 3.)
Number Patterns Reteach 4.)
Rounding Reteach 5.)
Elapsed Time Reteach 6.)
7.) Nyla is trying to find the length of each of the sides on a square. She knows that the area of the square is 16. What is the length of each side?
8.) What number multiplied by 4 equals 28?
9.) The number 56 divided by what number equals 8?
10.) Select all of the fractions below that are equivalent to a whole number.
Day 14 (After School Work)
1.) Which spinners below have a 1/2 chance of landing on the number 3? *There is more than one answer!
2.) JuJu wants to catch 100 passes in his football season. He is trying to figure out how many more catches he needs to reach his goal if he already has 19. Which choice would be the correct one?
A.) 19 X ______ = 100
B.) 19 + 100 = _____
C.) 19 + 100 = ______ + 19
D.) 100 - 19 = ________
The image below shows 12 balloons in a bag.
3a.) What fraction below shows how many blue balloons are in the bag?
3b.) What fraction below shows how many purple balloons are in the bag?
3c.) What fraction below shows how many red balloons are in the bag?
4.) The movie started at the time shown on the clock below. It lasted for 1 hour and 45 minutes. What time did the movie end?
5.) Measure the blue strip to the nearest 1/4 inch. Record the measurement as an improper fraction.
6.) Ernie has 75 cents. Burt has 5 times the amount that Ernie has. How much does Burt have?
Day 15 (Day Work)
Below is a grid. To find the correct location on the grid, you will begin at 0 and go over until you are under the spot you are trying to get to, then go up until you land on your location. The correct location to letter A is 3,6. Please mark the correct location for the rest of the letters.
The picture graph below shows the favorite fruits of all the Pre-K students at Rymfire Elementary.
2a.) How many students like oranges?
2b.) If 12 more people chose bananas as their favorite fruit, how many red circles would need to be drawn?
2c.) How many more students like bananas than apples?
2d.) Do more people like bananas and apples combined than oranges? What is the difference?
3a.) The perimeter of the shape below is 59 inches. What is the length of the missing side?
3b.) What is this shape called?
Day 15 (After School Work)
1.) Which decimal number is the greatest?
2.) 21 divided by 7 = ________
3a.) If the total perimeter of the triangle is 51 inches, what is the length of the missing side?
3b.) What is the name of angle B (acute, obtuse, or right)?
3c.)What would this triangle be called (right, scalene, or isosceles)?
4.) Emily went to the mall at 6:45. She shopped for an hour and 15 minutes, ate for 20 minutes, and took 50 minutes to get her hair done. What time was it when her hair was done?
Label all of the points on the number line below. If the fraction is greater than one, write an improper fraction.
6.) What number is 1/3 of 12?
7.) What number is 3/4 of 8?
8.) Which fractions are between 1/2 and 9/10?*If you are having trouble, create your own number line and mark the fractions.
Day 16 (Day Work)
1.) Zaiydan scored 27 points in Saturday's basketball game. Patrick scored 6 more points than Zaiydan. How many did they score altogether?
2.) Addy has a piece of rope that is 50 inches long. She cut 18 inches off and used it as a leash to walk her turtle. She gave the rest to Bella. Bella cut her rope into 4 equal pieces. How long was each piece?
3.) Juju is trying to find the perimeter of a hexagon. If a side length is 8 and all of the sides are equal, what would the perimeter be?
4.) If a rectangle has the area of 30 ft. What is a possible length and width of the rectangle?
5.) Liam is putting up a fence in his backyard. It is in the shape of a pentagon. Each side is 18 feet in length. What is the perimeter of the entire fence?
Below is a recipe for Willie's famous Waffles. This recipe will make 3 full sized pancakes. Please answer the questions below.
6.) If I wanted to make 6 full sized pancakes, how much flour would I need?
7.) If I am just doing the regular recipe (3 full sized pancakes) do I need more pancake mix or more oil?
8.) How many eggs would I need to make 12 full sized pancakes?
Day 17 (Day Work)
1.) What is the area of the shape below?
2.) The perimeter of Jordan's rectangular football field is 58 yards. The length of his field is 21 yards. What would the width of his field be?
3.) Brody watched 6 birds fly to the birdhouse in his backyard each day for 5 days. How many birds did he see in those 5 days?
4.) The clock below shows the time Davonn woke up this morning. What time did he wake up?
Day 18 (Day Work)
1.) 4 = ____ divided by 4
2.) Shaniya planted 36 plants in a square shaped garden. Which sentence could describe how she planted her garden?
A.) Shaniya planted 18 rows of 18 plants.
B.) Shaniya planted 6 rows of 36 plants.
C. Shaniya planted 30 rows of 8 plants.
D.) Shaniya planted 6 rows of 6 plants.
3. Fred has 56 crayons and organized them into 8 equal groups. Write a number sentence that shows how many crayons were in each group.
4.) 48 divided by _____ = 6
5.) 7 x 3 = ______ x 7
6.) Select all of the expressions that could be used to find 3 x 12.
A.) 12 + 12 + 12
B.) 12 x 12
C.) 3 x (6 x 2)
D.) (6 + 2) x 3
E.) (3 x 4) + (3 x 8)
7.) Charlotte bought 5 boxes of pencils. There were 3 packages in each box. Each package contained 3 pencils. How many pencils did Charlotte have in all?
8.) Patrick had 8 boxes of candles that he was selling. Each box had 10 candles. He sold 28 candles on the first day. How many candles does he have left?
9.) What is the perimeter of the rectangle below?
10.) What is the area of the rectangle below?
Day 18 (After School Work)
1.) 5 = _______ divided by 6
2.) Sally was making a colorful square image by using 64 gems. Which sentence could Sally use to describe the image that she created?
A.) 32 rows of 32
B.) 6 rows of 16
C.) 8 rows of 8
D.) 60 rows of 4
3.) Jeremy has 42 pickles. He puts them into 6 equal groups. Write a number sentence that shows how many pickles are in each group.
4.) 2 x 6 = ______ x 2
5.) Select all answers that represent 4 x 10.
A.) 10 + 4
B.) (5 x 2) + 4
C.) 4 x (5 x 2)
E.) (4x5) + (4x5)
6.) Demi bought 6 boxes of perfume. There were 8 bottles of perfume in each box. She didn't like the smell of 9 of them so she gave them away. How many bottles of perfume does Demi have now?
7.) Select all of the numbers that will equal 400 when rounded to the nearest hundred.
8.) Select all of the expressions of 180.
A.) 3 x 70
B.) 2 x 90
C.) 6 x 30
D.) 1 x 180
E.) 18 x 9
9. What is the sum of 235, 187, and 83?
Day 19 (Day Work)
1.) Which of the following fractions below correctly represent 1/4?
2.) 2 = _____ divided by 9
3a.) Jane is making a rectangular pen for her chickens. She knows that it will measure 12 ft. by 10 ft. She is also making a small pen for the baby chicks. That pen is 6 ft by 6 ft. How much chicken wire (fencing) will she need to make the 2 pens?
3b.) What will the total area of both pens be?
4.) Label the following points on the number line below.
5.) What fraction is the number line divided into?
Day 19 (After School Work)
1.) Abi had to plant 16 rose bushes. She wasn't sure if she wanted to plant them in a rectangular pattern or a square pattern. The only thing that she was sure of was she wanted to plant them in equal rows. Select all of her possible choices.
A.) 8 rows of 8 plants
B.) 8 rows of 2 plants
C.) 4 rows of 4 plants
D.) 10 rows of 2 plants
E.) 4 rows of 3 plants
2.) Brody went to the Barber shop at 8:28. He left at 9:05. How long was he there for?
3.) Davonn wants to create a rectangular area to fence in his pigs. If the area is 12 meters by 8 meters, how many meters of fencing will he need to complete the job?
4.) Jordan has a bag of critters. There are 10 critters in the bag. 1/5 of the critters are millipedes. How many critters are millipedes?
Below are colored circles in a box. Please answer the questions below in simplest form.
5.) What fraction of the circles are green?
6.) What fraction of the circles are red?
7.) What fraction of the circles are black?
Day 20 (Day Work)
1.) Steve is putting tile floors in his kitchen pantry. It is a rectangular shape that is 5 ft. by 6 ft. If each piece of tile is 1 square foot, how much tile will he need to cover the entire pantry floor?
2.) Steve also wants to put up a fence in his backyard. What is the most important thing to consider when doing this?
A.) the area of his yard
B.) the length of the fence he will need
C.) If the grass will grow near the fence
D.) If the soil is good to hold the fence up
3.) What is the area of the shape above?
4.) What is the perimeter?
5.) Put the following fractions in order from greatest to least.
1/3, 8/10, 1/2, 3/4
6.) The clock above shows what time Anthony arrived at his football game. If he was 32 minutes late, what time should he have been there?
Day 20 (After School Work)
1.) A soccer game started at the time shown on the clock below. It lasted for 2 hours and 15 minutes. At what time did the soccer game end?
2. Pat has 24 baseball cards. Caleb has 4 times as many cards as Pat. How many baseball cards does Caleb have?
3.) Kurt has a collection of records and CDs. He has 10 more CDs than records. There are 100 records and CDs in all. How many CDs does he have?
4.) What is the rule for the pattern below
2, 4, 8, 16, 32, 64
A.) Add 2
B.) Multiply by 2
C.) Divide by 4
D.) Subtract by 4
5.) Jeri and Pat bought bread at the store. Pat bought 3 loaves. Jeri bought 2 more loaves of bread than Pat. Which number sentence shows how many loaves of bread Jeri bought.
Day 21 (Day Work)
1.) Josh earns 9 dollars each week for his allowance. He wants to buy a bicycle that costs $100. He has already worked for 7 weeks. Which equation shows how much more money, m, Josh will need before he can buy the bicycle?
A.) 9 + 7 - 100 = m
B.) 9 - 7 - 100 = m
C.) 9 divided by 7 - 100 = m
D.) 9 x 7 - 100 = m
2.) There are 8 children collecting money for people in need. So far, each child has collected $25 dollars each. If they want to donate the money, m, to 2 families evenly, which equation can be used to figure out how much each family would get?
A.) 8 x 25 divided by 2 = m
B.) 8 divided by 2 x 25 = m
C.) 8 - 25 + 2 = m
D.) 8 + 25 + 2 = m
3.) Select all expressions that are equal to 824.
A.) 643 + 185
B.) 1,000 - 176
C.) 444 + 380
D. 556 + 387
E.) 978 - 154
4.) Which expression is equivalent to (2 + 4) x 6
A.) (4 x 6) + 2
B.) (3 x 6) + (3 x 6)
C.) 4 + (6 x 2)
D.) 2 x 24
5.) Caleb brought 8 bags of lollipops. Each bag had 50 lollipops in it. How many lollipops did Caleb bring in?
Day 21 (After School Work)
1.) 800 - 523 = _________
2.) 8,834 + 472 = _________
3.) 9,000 - 462 = __________
4.) Measure the red rectangle to the nearest 1/4 inch.
5.) Measure the red rectangle below to the nearest 1/4 inch.
6.) Measure the red rectangle to the nearest 1/4 inch.
Answer the following questions about the shape below.
7.) What is the name of this polygon?
8.) Which angles are greater than 90 degrees (greater than a right angle)?
9.) Which angles are less than 90 degrees?
Answer the following questions about the shape below.
10.) What is the name of this shape?
11.) How many 90 degree angles does it appear to have?
12.) What is the length of side A?
13.) What is the length of side B?
14.) What is the total perimeter of the shape?
15.) What is the total area of the shape?
Day 22 (Day Work)
Look at the shapes below to answer the following questions.
1.) What could all of these shapes be classified as?
2.) Which of these shapes are parallelograms?*There is more than one!
3.) Which shapes have two pair of parallel sides?
4.) Which shapes have only one pair of parallel sides?
5.) Which shapes have 4 right angles?
6.) Which shapes have at least one angle that is greater than 90 degrees?
7.) Which shape could be made with congruent triangles?
8a.) Giles is putting up a fence in his backyard for his hippo. The fence is 8 meters long and 4 meters wide. How many meters of fence will he need to put a fence up on all four sides.
8b.) What possible shapes did Giles make with his fence?
A.) rhombus, parallelogram, trapezoid
B.) square, rectangle, quadrilateral
C.) quadrilateral, parallelogram, rectangle
D.) square, parallelogram, rhombus
11.) The figure below is made up of several different polygons. Use the picture and descriptions to find the perimeter or the shape. Show your work.
-Each side labeled with A is 3 inches
-Each side labeled with B is 5 inches
-Each side labeled with C is 8 inches
-Each side labeled with D is 7 inches
12.) What is the name of the shape above?
13.) Westin is putting up a fence in his backyard. His plan shows the fence as the purple line above. How many meters of fence will Westin need?
14.) He also wants to put wood trim around every wall of his house. How many meters of trim does he need to do this?
Day 23 (Day Work)
1.) Addy has 20 frogs. Each frog has 4 legs. How many frog legs does she have?
2.) Brody is counting the tiles in his dining room. He counted 48 square foot tiles. If his floor is a rectangle. What is the possible length and width of his dining room floor.
3.) Which expression is equivalent to (4 x 3) + (4 x 4)?
A.) (4 + 4) X ( 3 + 4)
B.) 12 x 16
C.) 4 x 4 = 3 x 4
D.) 4 X (4 + 3)
4.) Jocelyn has 56 eggs. She puts them into 8 equal rows. How many eggs are in each row?
5.) What would be the best to measure the distance from the school to the beach?
6.) Shannon worked 3 days a week for 10 hours each day. How many hours did Shannon work in 4 weeks?
7.) Which would be the best to find the volume of water in a bathtub?
8.) What is the rule for the pattern?
67, 62, 57, 52
A.) Add by 5
B.) Subtract by 5
C.) Multiply by 5
D.) Divide by 5
9.) What would be the best to use to find the mass of a reading book?
10.) What would you most likely use to find the weight of a dump truck?
Day 23 (After School Work)
1.) Which of the following have the same value as 4 x 7?
A.) 7 + 7 + 7
B.) (2 x 7) + (2 x 7)
C.) (2 + 7) + (2 + 7)
D.) 28 x 7
2.) Bart worked 4 days a week for 6 hours each day. How many hours would he work in 3 weeks?
3.) What would the perimeter of a square be with a side length of 6?
4.) What would the area of a rectangle be with a side that is 6 inches in length and a side that is 8 inches in length?
5.) What would be the best to use to find the weight of a goldfish?
6.) What is the rule for this pattern?
7, 14, 21, 28
A.) multiply by 4
B.) add by 4
C.) multiply by 7
D.) add by 7
7.) Select all that show 4 wholes.
8.) Shante found 6 boxes of treats. Each box had 6 treats. He gave his dog 9 treats. How many treats are left?
9.) Round 2,356 to the nearest ten.
Day 24 (Day Work)
1.) Which shape has only one pair of parallel lines?
2.) What fraction is equal to 1/3?
3.) What fraction is greater than 5/10?
4.) What is the rule for the table below?
A.) Add the number of tricycles by 3
B.) Multiply the number of tricycles by 3
C.) Divide the number of tricycles by 3
D.) Subtract the number of tricycles by 3
5.) What is the rule for this number pattern?
2, 4, 8, 16, 32
A.) Add by 2
B.) Subtract by 2
C.) Divide by 2
D.) Multiply by 2
6.) What is point A on the number line?
7.) What is the perimeter of a triangle with equal sides if one side is 7 inches?
Day 24 (After School Work)
1.) Which of the following describes this pattern?
4, 8, 12, 16, 20
A.) Multiply by 4
B.) Multiply by 5
C.) Add by 4
D.) Subtract by 4
2.) Liam wants to by 40 pencils. If the pencils come in packs of 8, how many packs will he need to buy?
3.) 4 = ______ divided by 6
4.) Which division equation is related to the following multiplication equation?
4 x 7 = 28
A.) 4 divided by 7 = 28
B.) 28 divided by 7 = 4
C.) 7 divided by 21 = 4
D.) 28 - 7 = 21
5.) 6 x 7 = _____ x 6
6.) Which fraction is equivalent to 5/10?
7.) Burt makes 7 necklaces. Each necklace has 50 beads on it. How many beads did he use to make all of the necklaces?
8.) Which quadrilateral has 4 sides of equal length but no right angles?
9.) Jordan has 3 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. He wants to share them with his 5 friends equally. How much will each friend get? *Don't forget to include Jordan!
10.) What unit of measure would I use to find the mass of a horse?
Day 25 (Day Work)
1.) Anthony had 2 small pizzas to share with his two friends. How much pizza would each friend get?
2.) Serenity had 72 flowers. She put her flowers equally into 9 rows. How many flowers were in each row.
3a.) What would the perimeter of a rectangle be with a length of 6 and a width of 10?
3b.) What would the area of the rectangle be?
4.) If the perimeter of the triangle above is 35 inches, what is the side length?
5.) Which angles are less than 90 degrees?
6.) Which angle is greater than 90 degrees?
Day 25 (After School Work)
1.) Bella is making a picture graph that shows how many points she scored in her first 4 games. Her key says that each basketball represents 4 points. If she scored 18 points in her first game, how many basketballs would she draw?
2.) Olivia has 2 pet turtles. Addy said that she has 8 times as many turtles as Olivia. How many turtles does Addy have?
3.) What is the perimeter of the hexagon above?
4.) What is the total area of the shape?
5.) Which characteristic does a square and a rhombus NOT share?
A.) They are both quadrilaterals
B.) They both have 4 right angles.
C.) They both have equal sides.
D.) They are parallelograms.
6.) Which of the following sentences are true?
A.) 3/5 > 5/3 >1/2
B.) 1/2 > 1/3 > 1/10
C.) 5/100 > 1/2 > 1/1
D.) 3/4 > 1/2 > 2/2
7.) If a rectangle has a perimeter of 24 and one side length is 4, what would the other side length be?
8.) 506 - 457 = ______________
Congratulations! You have finished the FSA Math Prep Training! Your hard work will now pay off. Make sure that you show all work. You will do so well that people may think you are cheating!