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SUNSHINE MATH - 3
(This shows my own thinking.}
1. Ann was asked to find the number of marbles that were added to the other marble groups to get the total. Can you fmd the number?
marbles + 2 marbles
13 marbles. Answer: __ marbles
2. Joe has 3 quarters, 1 dime and 2 nickels in his piggy bank. How much money does he have to spend in the candy store?
3. Tom is helping his sick neighbor by taking her dog for a walk every day, bringing her the mail. and doing other odd jobs. Mrs. Bums pays him $7.50 a week for his help. How much will he earn in 4 weeks? Answer: _
4. Find the pattern in these numbers and then continue the pattern by writing the next three numbers.
5. Robin gave her friend a puzzle like the one below. Solve the number puzzle yourself!
* + II
if you know that 8 +
= 12. ,
11 = __
6. There was a line waiting for movie tickets. Sue realized that there were 6 people in from of her and 6 people behind her in the line. How many people were waiting in line for
7. A turtle crawls up a 12 foot hill after a heavy rainstorm, The turtle crawls 4 feet, but when
it stops to rest, it slides back lHeet it up the hill? How many tries does the turtle make before it makes
8. Four classmates are to stand in order from tallest to shortest Tom is taller than Sally. Sally is taller than Bob. Maria is taller than Bob but shorter than Sally. Using the clues. place the four friends in order from tallest to shortest. Answer: TaIlest Shortest
SUNSHINE MATH - 3 Mars, II
(This shows my own thinking.)
1. Use the rule given. Write the missing numbers. Rule: If x is a num ber in column A, then x - 7 is beside it in column B. A 14 7 24
2. One way to add numbers mentally is to add the tens together first, followed by the ones. For example. to fmd 43 + 25, you might do this:
40+20=60 60+ 5 = 65 65 + 3 = 68 Practice these problems using this way to add. You will be asked to work a problem mentally when you tum in your paper. 47 + 22
Answer for the later problem:
3. Mrs. Buchanan's third grade class needs 150 paper napkins for a party. A small package of 50 napkins costs $0.99. A large package of 150 napkins costs $2.75. How much money would the class save by buying the large package of napkins? Answer: _
4. Georgia is making a patio in the shape of a rectangle. The width of the patio is 10 feet. The perimeter is 50
feet What is the length of the patio? Answer: feel
5. At the baseball game. Brian saw a player hit a home run. About how far did the ball go? Circle the most reasonable answer. a. 8 feet
b. 300 feet
c. 2,500 feet
6. Trace each line of this shape without lifting the pencil. You can cross a point several times, but do not retrace a whole line.
List your numbers in the order that you traced the figure:
7. Look at the spinner.
a. Which are you more likely
spin, a 2 or a 3? _
b. Which is more likely, a 1 or a 4?
8. On Monday 2 students went to the school store. On Tuesday, 4 students went, and on Wednesday. 8 students. If the pattern continues. how many students will go to the school store on
Friday? Answer: 18 students
SUNSHINE MATH - 3 Mars, III
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1. Tom had 45 marbles. He gave some to Dan. He had 19 marbles left How many marbles did he give to Dan? Answer: marbles
2. Ann gets up at 6: 15 AM. It takes her 30 minutes to get ready for school. 10 minutes to eat breakfast. and 5 minutes to walk to the bus stop. At what time does she reach the bus stop?
3. John is emptying tennis balls into a bin for a special sale
to help his father. Each can holds 3 tennis balls. How many balls will be in the bin if he empties 7 cans?
4. Drew has $2.00 to spend. He wants to buy a box of crayons and a bottle of paste. Use the
posted prices below. Does Drew have enough money? Answer yes or no
Five basketball teams are playing in a tournament The teams will play each other only one time. 6 bugs on Wednesday. and 10 bugs on Thursday. A B +06 69 20 54 +20 65 +03 13 C 01 D 20 . 3 bugs on Tuesday. What is the least number of coins that can be used to give a customer 42¢ in change? What are the coins'! Answer: List the coins: coins _ *** 8. Place your answers in the boxes.** 5. David had 1 bug in his insect collection on Monday.) Answer: games *** 7. Find the missing digits in the following problems. how many bugs will he have in his collection on Saturday'! Answer: bugs **** 6. If this pattern continues. How many games will be played by the end of the tournament? (Hint: Draw a picture or make a list of the teams playing.
Two sides are 34 centimeters and 25 centimeters long. IV N~: (This shows my own thinking. How long is my third side? Answer: em 21 . How many small blocks does it take to build the set of steps below? Answer: blocks *** ** *** *** 2. If the pattern continues. The students in Mrs.SUNSHINE MATH . Samantha earns $2. how much will she have in 6 weeks? Answer:. 15 students went to the library. Jower's third grade class are taking turns going to the library. When they returned. My perimeter is 96 centimeters. Five students went to the library first.3 Mars. I am a triangle. If she saves all of her money. 1=9-0 3.50 each week for helping her father mow the grass. _ 5. Write the correct number or symbol in each box. 10 students went The third time.} __ ** 1. students 4. how many students will go to the library on the fifth trip? Answer.
Mark. a girl or a boy? Answer: (boy or girl) 22 . Each girl took an odd-numbered space. Maria.he read in June? __ 800ksreadin 35~+-+-~~~~30~+-+-4-4-~~25"-+--"20 15 10 5 o J o h n M a r s u T y e m o A I ** 8. Who read the same number of books? Answer: d. Bill. Who was more likely to win. Which children read at least 20 books? Answer: Answer: and _ _ b.** 6. How many more books did John read than AI? c. and Julie played a game. Sue. Look at the graph and answer the following questions: a. Julio's dad didn't have enough candles for his cake. H AI read a total of 12 books for May and June. so he let the dark candles stand for 2 years and the white candles for 1 year. Each boy took an even-numbered space on the spinner. How old was Julio? Answer: __ years old **** 7. how many books did.
Find the number of rectangles in this visual challenge presented by David. What would be the chance of getting a red marble if the marble was pulled out of the bag without looking? Answer: _ *** 3.) ** 1. 30 + 700 + 8 + 5.000 Answer: _ ** 2.3 Mars. There are 5 red.SUNSHINE MATH . and 4 blue marbles in a bag. The 30 students in Mrs. Answer: __ rectangles 23 . V Na~: ___ (This shows my own thinking. Each team will have 4 members. 3 green. Write the following in standard fonn without adding. How many teams can the students make if two classmates are absent? Answer: teams **** 4. Brown's third grade class are preparing for a Trivia Contest in the afternoon.
Laquinda has a number riddle for you to solve: I am a two-digit number less than 40. Draw that number of pencils on the bottom scale. *** 7. sum of my digits is 7. Measure to the nearest whole number. How many can he buy with his remaining money if each disk costs 90¢1 90¢ each Answer: disks ** 8. He needs to buy a few disks. Dan went to the bookstore. You say me when you count by fives. Decide how many pencils would balance three marbles.00 of his $20. He has spent $17.** 5. Look at the top two scales. Use the line to the right as 1 unit Measure the length and width of this paper. Answer: units long and units wide 24 . What number am 11 Answer: _ The **** 6.00 already.
VI SUNSHINE MATH . The students rode a school bus on their field trip.hot dogs *** 2. 4 students 25 ." 70 + 400 + 2 + 3. How many 2-ounce hot dogs would make a pound? Answer: . They gave the second graders 8 cookies. +.] __ ** 1. write the following in "standard form. =. About how many students could ride in 1 bus? Circle your best estimate.000 = Answer: _ 4. Without adding. They gave the fourth graders 16 cookies. 3. The lunchroom workers are giving away free cookies today. how many cookies will the seventh graders reeei ve? Answer: cookies * 5. a.Mars. Answer: _ * ** 3. 7. 9. Write a number sentence using all of the given nwnbers and symbols. H the pattern continues. 40 students c.3 N~: ~ (This shows my own thinking. They gave the first graders 4 cookies.000 + 80. 400 students h. +. They gave the third graders 12 cookies. 6. 5.
Four of the sides measure 20. Darrell has a set of animal cards in a covered box. What is the length of the fifth side? o ** 7. The perimeter is 134 meters. What was the weight of one rabbit? Answer. Which is more likely that Darrell will pick out of the box without looking. There are 2 giraffes. Alexander's back yard is in the shape of a pentagon. Answer: meters * CDE9(])OO(][) 8. He then weighed one hat and got 3 pounds.*** 6. pounds 16 26 . a giraffe card ora llama card ? )lnsvver: card It"*** 9. 32. and 35 meters. 2 monkeys. A magician weighed his twin rabbits and identical hats together and got 18 pounds. and 411amas. 5 lions. 21. Draw the next figure in the pattern.
VII SUNSHINE MATH . Ricardo is 4 years older than his sister Rosa If their ages are added together. lohn is helping his father box up used golf balls for a special sale.) _ * 1. must be the same sum as the sum along the diagonal.Mars. How many boxes will they need to box up 52 golf balls? Answer: boxes 3. Solve the following magic squares. the sum is 14. What are the ages of Ricardo and Rosa? Answer: Ricardo is Rosa is years old. Each box will hold 6 golf balls. The sum across each row. (place the numbers in the boxes) 1 8 12 11 15 14 10 5 2 3 *** 4.3 Nanw: (This shows my own thinking. Find the mystery number (1) using the relationships shown: 28 : 7 20: 5 16 : 4 Answer: 12 : ? --- ** *** 2. 27 . and down each column. years old.
. 28 .... Pam is using beads to make a necklace..**** 5.. 20 blue beads. yellow. and __ red beads.. __ Answer: She will use __ blue. How many 3-digit numbers can be made using the following digits only once in each number? Use the digits: 2. 3.. 4 Answer: __ numbers can be made *** 8.. and 40 red beads. ITshe uses half of each color that is in the bowl. how many beads of each type will she use? . The bowl contains 40 yellow beads.. What is the starting number in this puzzle? Answer: _ ** 7.. An index card is shown to the right rectangles are formed on this card? Answer: __ rectangles How many ** 6.
books 29 .SUNSHINE MATH . 2 yellows. Each bookshelf has room for 20 books. There are 2 greens.3 Mars. If Mrs. There are 4 bookshelves in the classroom. How many small cubes are there in the entire collection below'? Answer: cubes *** 4. how many books will not be able to fit on the shelves? Answer. Ashley has a set of color tiles in a bag. VIII Name: (This shows my own thinking.} _ ** I. Without looking. is Ashley more likely to pick a green tile or a yellow tile? Answer: _ 3. Notioe how the two shapes are alike: DD Which pair of shapes are alike in the same way? Circle your answer. Hogan has 90 books. 5 reds. and 4 blues. * ** 2.
Abraham had three stacks of baseball cards. The sum across each row. A can of soup weighs 251 grams. Solve the magic square. One stack had 25 cards in it. Rose and holly bushes are planted in the same way until 20 bushes are planted. Three rose and two holly bushes are planted at the first stop of the nature trail Then three rose and two holly bushes are planted at the second stop. How many cans would weigh about 1 kilogram? Answer: cans 30 . the next stack had 20 cards in it. and down each column. How many rose and how many holly bushes are planted? Answer: rose bushes. ___ holly bushes *** 6.*** 5. S 6 3 2 7 *** 8. must be the same as the sum along each diagonal. How many cards would be in each stack if Abraham made them all the same height? Answer: cards *** 7. and the third stack had 30 cards.
Use the symbols = (equal to). Work each side before deciding which sign to use.SUNSHINE MATH . The rest of the students had to travel by car. She gives Tina this clue: What is Ann's number? **** 2. how many cars were needed? Answer: cars 31 . 5 D 48 .3 Mars. 5 X 4 c.13 d. Ann is thinking of a number. a. 27 .15 D3 6 D 18 +. The school had one bus that held 68 students. Put your answers in the boxes.) _ ** I.23 + 42 b. IX Name: (This shows my own thinking. If 4 students could ride in each car. and > (greater than) to compare the problems below. 72 + 9 D 76 . 6 X *** 3. < (less than). Eighty-four students went on a field trip to another city.
How many oranges did they pick together? Answer: __ oranges 32 . Tom. How many +'s is a ~ worth? Answer: +'s * ** 7. Study the following puzzle. Each time the doorbell rings. much fence does she need? 8 feet **** 2 feet 14 feet Answer: feet 6. two of her friends arrive. *** 4. Sergio bought a hand-held game and an adapter for $28. Gina is having a birthday party at home. Tom picked 12 more oranges than Joe. Joe picked 8 less oranges than Bill Bill picked 23 oranges. and Joe picked oranges from the tree in their grandfather's yard. The game cost $19. If the doorbell rings 4 times. Joe's grandmother is planting a vegetable garden. Then answer the question. Bill.00. She needs a fence to keep animals out.00. She has to know the perimeter of her garden to buy the right amount of fencing. how many people are at the party? Answer: people How 5.**. What was the cost of the adapter? Answer: _ 8.
Amanda eats supper from 6:30 to 7:00.25 c. $0. X N~: (This shows my own thinking. Which figure will fold into an open box? Circle it 6 b c IIIIII d *- 3. 2 triangles. 15 minutes to take a bath. and 4 rectangles. Rebecca bought a pack of 12 pencils.SUNSHINE MATH ..25 b.. $2. and 5 minutes to dress for bed How much time is left for Amanda to read if she goes to sleep at 8:301 Answer: _ 33 . What fraction of the blocks are squares? Circles? Answer: Answer: of the blocks are squares ___. 5 circles. There are 2 squares. $10.10 5. Shayna has a set of blocks in a bag. She takes 5 minutes to brush her teeth.ofhe blocks are circles t ** 2.) _ ** 1. Then she watches a half-hour television program. a.3 Mars. Which digits below are made up of only line segments? Circle them. 24357 ** *** 4. About how much did she spend? Circle your answer.
in his head. Practice doing these problems the way Marcus does. Then I do 2 X5 == 10.** 6. Cans Collected Cl8ss 1 C8ns 15 25 20 15 10 5 0 2 3 4 5 2 3 4 25 25 20 20 5 Cless *** ** 7. Five third-grade classes collected cans.jirst I do 2 X30 == 60. How many pieces of poster board are on the tables? Answer: -Ipleces 34 . How many cans did each class end up with? Answer: _ 8. Complete the bar graph to show the data. You will be given a problem to do mentally when you tum in your paper. They put 2 pieces of poster board and 6 markers on each table. I add 10 to 60 to get 70. Bart and Luwan prepared the tables for art. 3X22= 3X24= 2X45= _ Answer for the problem given later: *** 9. Then they divided them equally among the five classes. The classes above put all their cans together. The table gives you the data. Watch how Marcus multiplies in his head: For 2 X35. Last. So 2 X35 == 70. There are 24 markers on the tables.
How many more stamps can he put on that page? Answer: stamps ** 4. What fraction of the disks should he buy? What fraction of the disks should he not buy? alllI Answer: ____ of the disks he can buy ____ of the disks he should not buy 35 .SUNSHINE MATH . Mrs. Each page has 5 rows of 6 stamps. What numbers belong in the following number sentences? Write your answer in the boxes. XI Na~: (This shows my own thinking. At the store the plain disks are formatted for ffiM. 288 + 579 D D 395 395 *** 2. Brown's third grade class planted 35 tomato seeds in their class garden. How many plants were there? Answer: plants ** 3.3 Mars. Tom has a stamp album. Only 4 out of every 5 seeds grew into plants. Study the picture. He has stamps in 3 whole rows and one-half of the fourth row. Bill needs some computer disks. The disks with the Apple are the type he needs.) ___ ** 1.
Symmetry means that a shape can be folded in half and both sides will match perfectly. The library at Miller Elementary School has an odd number of tables. A total of 32 students can sit at the tables with no empty seats. How much change should she receive from the dollar and a half she gave the clerk? Answer: --- **** 6.** 5. Study the pattern of dots. Sally bought 4 stamps at 32 ¢ each. *** 7. Some tables will seat 4 students and some tables that will seat 6 students. How many dots made the 10th figure. Some shapes will have more than one line of symmetry. Draw the lines of symmetry in the shapes below. Answer: ___ ___ tables of 4 tables of 6 *** 8. before the paper was cut? ••• t •• •• • 2 •••• •• ••• ••••••• • • •• 3 •• • ••••••• •••• • • •• • • 4 Answer: _ dots 36 . What is the number of tables of each type? (Drawing a picture might help).
Boyd baked 22 rolls. She baked 12 more muffins than rolls. How many muffins and rolls did she bake together? Answer. Practice these problems using mental math. she had one left over. Mrs.3 Mars. if she has more than 10? Answer: _ 37 . The class left after counting 35 birds. Jamie has 50¢.) ___ * *** 1. Does Jamie have enough money for paper and a pencil? Katie has 75¢. paper costs 35¢.SUNSHINE MATH . (Hint: think of money) 3 x25 = 4x50= 2x25= Answer for the problem given later: 5x25= _ ** 4. Can she buy one of each item? Answer for Jamie: _ Answer for Katie: _ **** 5. At the school store. What is the smallest number of dimes she could have. How many mockingbirds and cardinals did they see? Answer: __ mockingbirds __ cardinals ** 3. Mazie counted her dimes. muffins and rolls 2. a pencil costs 25¢. and an eraser costs 5¢. When she put them in groups of 4. When she put them in groups of 5. Mrs. she had two dimes left over. You will be given a problem to do mentally when you turn in your paper. XII Nanw: (This shows my own thinking. Smith's class was observing birds in the trees. There were three mockingbirds and two cardinals in each tree.
Name the figure.1) (2. fwd the point for each number pair. Answer: inches ** 7. the second how far up. Which side won when one donkey tugged with five cats? til ~wer.2) 4 r--~-r---r----' 3 t---+--t---+---I 2 I---I--I---+-~ Answer: The figure is a _ *** 9. I am a 3-digit number less than 300.3) (4. cats.**** 6. Joshua gave Warren a birthday present How much ribbon did he need to go around the present and make the bow? The bow took 12 inches by itself.2) (2. Connect the points in order. Four cats tied with three dogs. (Hint: the first number of each pair says how far out. K ? __ 38 . and donkeys had a tug-of war. Two donkeys tied with six dogs.) Here are the number pairs: (1. Dogs. On the grid below. My tens digit is less than my ones digit and my ones digit is less than my hundreds digit? Who am I? Answer: _ *** 8.3) (4.1) (1.
40 in quarters. 2. They made a graph to compare their collections. XIII Name: ----------------------(This shows my own thinking. Sue asked her friend to fmd the next 3 numbers in the sequence below. 10.... Alan. Study their pictograph and answer the following questions: a. = 5 insects ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ** 4.. At what time did he get home and start his homework? Answer: _ 39 . Who has exactly half the insects that Bill has? INSECT COLLECTIONS Tom: Bill: Alan: John: "'* "'* "'* "'* "'* . Tom. What is that number? Answer: __ quarters.. 4. 12. dimes. Ted started his homework when he got home from school He worked 45 minutes on his homework. and nickels *** 3. 15. dimes. and Joe enjoy collecting insects. It was 5:00 when he finished walking the dog.3 Mars. 13.. and nickels.. Who has the largest insect collection? h. 9. 7. "'* '* .SUNSHINE MATH .. He then walked the dog for 30 minutes.. Crystal has exactly $2. "'* "'* KEY: . How many more insects does Alan have than Tom? c.} * *** 1.... Write them on the blanks. She has the same number of each type of coin. Bill..
--f~i-i"" 10 fee t ~!-i-:-i-i-f-. The total of the numbers on the 4 blocks was 18.. Pam gave her friend Tammy the number riddle below. t oil • • • • • • • • • • • r l : : : : : : : : : . Each of the blocks has a 2. The third shelf has 21 books.-. .. .. _+-. The top shelf has 16 books...-.-. 12 feet ** 6. She rearranged the books and put the same number on each shelf.-:-i.. How many books were on each shelf then? Answer: __ books **** 8.-+-+I • • • • '" • .-+-+--. 5... .. .. Solve it I am a 2..-. The second shelf has 23 books..-.-. • • H-:-:-:-:-:-':-:-:--:-:1=::::::=1: ..-i-·+-i-. .._. t • • -.-.. • • • • ..-.-.-.-i-+-t-t-:-+-.-.-. Brenda wants new carpet in her room. . • . The sum of Answer: __ *** 9. What blocks did he pull out? Answer: __ *** 7. -:-f-:-i-"i-:-:-.*** 5.. . Look at the drawing of her room and fmd the amount of carpet she needs.. • .. Quentin has a bag of numbered blocks.-..-.-.°git nu my digits is 9. II .-.-.. 3.--.... • • . (Area is number of square feet in her room. • t t • • ..-. There were 3 cookies on a plate.-.-._-. The bottom shelf has 28 books. or 6 on it.-. Ellen was dusting her bookcase.-. It • • • ..-.. • -. III . Her father told her to find the area of the room so they would know how much carpet to buy. --.) Answer: square feet. 4.. Marsha ate for Art to eat? Answer: __ tOf what was left t How many cookies were left cookies 40 . The ones digit is twice the tens di it What number am I? er ss than 84..-. . .-.-.~H-f-t-:-:-f-f-"!-:--:• I: •••• I ~-. Henry ate of the cookies on the plate.. He pulled 4 different blocks from the bag.-.
bulldog: C.3 Mars. Which of these ways below show the top of a cake pan divided into equal parts'! Circle all the correct ways. My tens digit is the difference between my ones and hundreds digits. I am a number between 500 and 600. She gave 12 crayons to Brian. _ *** 4.SUNSHINE MATH . __ _ _ teLevision set d. a feather: b. a penny: 41 .23.::47 b. How many crayons did Stephanie have left? Circle the number sentence that correctly answers the problem. 35 . 8 b c _ d **** 5. They wanted to divide it into two equal parts to take home and share with their families. XIV Na~: __ (This shows my own thinking. Fido weighs twice as much as Rex.12 . a 35 + 12:. Who am I? Answer:. How much does each dog weigh? Answer: Fido: Rex: pounds pounds ** 3. Two dogs together weigh 36 pounds. Should the object be measured in grams or in kilograms? a.) * **** 1. Stephanie had 35 crayons. Georgia and Samantha baked a cake.::23 c. My ones digit is 5. 35 .:: 12 2.
Turn right 90°.00 b.9). There are 4 more oranges than apples in the fruit bowl..75 c.50. SO. $1.5 10 15 11 st number) 42 . Goto 10 ~__ r===-=-._). Use mental math. Tum right 90°. What is the area of the triangle below? ~ f-b r- r-.'- I- f. I'" Answer: square units **** 9.00 for a game that costs $3. Tum right 90°. ---==--.50 Cameron gave the cashier S3. r-.50 b. 00 to Go to 00 to Tum right 90°. How many of each type of fruit is in the bowl? How many pieces of fruit in all? ___________ _______ brumnas apples ____________ ________ ornnges fruit ** 7.25 c. Circle the correct amount of change: Richard gave the cashier $5.85 *** 8. ( _. __). (__. There are 2 bananas.25. _). " I'. ~ ~--~ I. a. Tell the turtle how to go clockwise around postcard. $1. $0. J1 1 J IIIIIII _l III Start at (14.00 for marbles that cost $2. SO. (_. ( _. There are 5 more apples than bananas. $1. Fill in the blanks with ordered pairs of numbers from the grid. a. _).**** 6.
XV Name: _ (This shows my own thinking. Kate has 7 more marbles than Ben. or > ) in the box. there are marbles in all *** 3. Answer: f" = _ 43 ~=- . <. c.3 Mars. 81 + 9 ** D5X 3 2.) * 1. Who has the greatest number of marbles? How many marbles do they have in all? Answer: ___ has the greatest number. Place the correct sign (=.00 he gave the clerk? Circle the correct change. a.SUNSHINE MATH .95. Tina has 9 more marbles than Kate. b. Which of the following is his change from the $90. The bicycle cost $87. Ken is buying a bicycle with money he got for Christmas. Ben has 5 marbles. *** 4. Find the value of each item used in the following sentences.
How many triangles are there? Answer: 44 ____ triangles .... · 5 .. Which of the following gardens will give him the greatest area ? Circle your choice.. He has 24 feet of fencing to use around the perimeter of his garden.-.. . ·.. ... Answer: **** 8... 863 Which of these are kewees] 43.... Help Tim by fmding 3 consecutive even numbers whose sum is 48..- .. .. The following are examples of consecutive even numbers that do not sum to 48: 2 + 4 + 6 = 12....-. 58. . Mr. -.6 -...-.. 78. ·-.. Look carefully at the triangle puzzle that Paul drew. 421. 891 Answer: _ ** 7.-. . 6 + 8 + 10 24. 505.-. 942 These numbers are not kewees: 33..- . 246...... Some nonsense names are given This is an example: These numbers are kewees: a group of numbers that are alike in some way..... 259. . 3 -..... 480. 'II 'II • rrn: 7 ·. -... Sam asked Tim to find 3 consecutive even numbers whose sum is 48.-. ". 4 + 6 + 8 = 18..-..-.. He wants the greatest area for his garden..-... 67." . Smith is planning to fence his new garden.I "' . 166. 112. 54. 147. 620. A B to c D *** 6...-. • 6 -f-i-. -... 574. 369. ..-..*** 5..
Show how to use four of the "L-shapes" to the left below.3 N~: (This shows my own thinking. XVI SUNSHINE MATH . There are five more blue crayons than brown crayons. _ *** 3. to cover the square to the right Color each "Lsshape" a different color.Mars. The ribbon comes in spools of either 70 inches or 125 inches. Which size spool does Patrick need to buy? Answer:. Patrick wants to make 6 bows for his Christmas presents. inside the square. people ** 2. crayon.) ___ * 1. There are four fewer pink crayons than blue crayons in the tub. How many crayons in all are in the tub? Answer: There are crayons in the tub. How many more people like blue than red? Fflvorite Blue Green Yellow Red ••••••••••• ••••••• ••••••••• Colors •••• Answer. *** 4. It takes 14 inches of ribbon to make each bow. 45 . There is one less brown crayon than red. There are six red crayons.
! i . ! ! •• ! .._. 24x 10= _ Answer for the problem given later: 6.l-...... : ... ! !1 ! ~1 __ i . 4 ·"-!'--i--. !.. •• . iii i1 iii i --. . . '-'!-+----!!--+--!--+--~-+-!--+-~""""-""--i--:--+--....~. you will have a problem like these to do in your head a._.:. ! ._..~-t· -r-.. ..--:f-~... . . •• : iii:!! '_..j-j I • I .. ..5 by 9_.-.. : : • --~. write a number sentence to give the answer shown..:--""':". .~ _+~-!-4. The symbols and digits to use are checked on each calculator.... ! ""!"'--...-':""''''''l'.-..r. _:... 4 t ...._-'1--1'" --~~ . I • ! • ! I I I !!!! j....__ !!!!!: ~ 2 _.l._ L. . Practice doing these problems mentally. _ ... __ ! • •• _.•_.-... -_.~-.r:. ...---!-..•...~--..:-I-. .-:--~ --~ .__ •• i ......... i t·-t.1...·-_:-~-·~-t" --1'. ~.. --..I.-. what is the perimeter? If so... .... .~. i --i--~-.~ -.-~ -. ! ~ __l.. -+--+-+--+-+-!-+-+-+-~ ~-.... .-. 15 x 10 = _ c...' __ ".--1 ..:.~-i!i-"l. 7b y 7 ~_.-....-'':'...1-... iii ·T····r-··-T--r--..... ! -f--!--~·-. --' iii ! -·r· iii · iii iii .' _ ! _. ! ! ! ! ! ! ··-t--i-·i-?.~ ._ ..... i i 6 by 8 _ •..-. .j-+r+ I I : . _... 'I I 1 ._ .__ _ ~ !__. Below each calculator.--:---i--+-. ..... _I.. ... Then answer the questions below the grid.-~ .--.. ...J...-. ---".! ! •••• _I_ -_ .... 4 x 100 = _ h.. -.-...... .__ i! ..·-~--~·-~----r-"+"-!-~·--:----:--~ ~ ' ! ! ! .--}--. 1 by 13! iI -i. -~.. 1_ .. ---l .:-_...l_.._.. 46 ..-·-·r-""·-·T--'-·.. I .-f--+-..- . I • • • • •• -' 1 14 S" -.l-.. . . what is the area? _ *** 7...:. iJ !!! i I • •.~-+--~. ~ : ~ l! ~ !!! __ = -...._ • .~Y . ! .-. -:.' . When you tum in your paper..-..:--_.: .--...* **** 5.. t .l.. .l_ ••\. !-... .....1...... ! ~ (a) Do all of the rectangles have the same perimeter? __ (b) Do all of the rectangles have the same area? __ If so.-.. • • --i·.. • • 'I" ..:..... i i 1 i t ..!L_~! J_ r--+-+. Find the perimeter and area of each rectangle.+.. !!! ~ 3 by 1 1 ~ ~ I --:---)---+. ! --~.-~--~--!..-r--....--'-ii J ! ! ..._...1 ~·-r·-·t-i .. i ! ._j_.~--.--. -":'..----..L._. --:---r--::'.. 1-t 4' b'y l' 0 ~.._. .. J.
. ~ Answer: The garage has The stairs have The triangle has • 'so • 'so .. Mike has 12 goldfish..3 Mars. ~.. ~ .... Answer: _ 4. Alan has 4 fewer goldfish than Suzie. . XVII N~: ___ (This shows my own thinking. Find the area of the shaded figures below.. ·..SUNSHINE MATH . Ann is hanging up 8 pictures on the wall for her teacher.. • •• ".. How many goldfish do the 3 friends have all together? Answer: __ goldfish 3.~ · .. Find the 3 highest possible numbers... 47 .. How many push-pins will Ann need if she overlaps . .~ ..'s.digit numbers. It takes 4 push-pins to hang 3 pictures if the pictures overlap.the comers? Answer: push-pins ** *** *** 2. •••••••••• . . Use the digits 5...) * 1. · · •••• . Mike has 8 more goldfish than Alan..... 7.. ~. 6..... Each digit can be used only 1 time in a number. .. and 8 to create three 4.
' . The family spent $30 for tickets.. Measure it in both centimeters and inches.f. x. One operation sign ( + • -. Tickets for children are $4. l. ___ ___ adult tickets children tickets ** 6.iHHil.. They won 4 more games than they lost How many games did they win? How many games did they lose? Answer.l i!.. A family group of 6 went to a show.... * i.l •.::'centimeters inches Answer: 8.•ll.i .. + ) belongs in every circle. ••••lm. Use a ruler to measure the pencil below from eraser tip to point..~('. Tickets for adults are $6... ___ ___ games won games lost ** 7.. How many adult and children tickets did they buy? Answer.i+i.l. H. 48 . Study the number crossword..**** 5.m.. The Tigers played 20 baseball games during the swnmer. .. lit IB..HHHHi. What operation sign belongs in the circles'! Write it in all the circles.
There were four science books.4) and Tracy's house is located at (6.. Circle the measurement you would use for these items: (mL. a fish tank b. The school is located at point (4.SUNSHINE MATH . Below is a grid that represents Tracy's neighborhood. How many books were on the table? Answer: books 49 . Darrell and Sara went to the library... What is the least three-digit number with a 3 in the tens place? Answer: _ 3. XVIII Name: (This shows my own thlnking.:liter) *** 5.: milliliter. On the table..8).. o *** 12345678 4. there were twice as many art books as history books. There were two fewer history books than music books.. 1-'1 " . Wednesday. Ashley practiced her gymnastic routine for 55 minutes.) _ * * **** 1. Thursday she practiced for 63 minutes. Tracy only walks down a block or to the left a block when going to school.. liquid soap bottle 5 mL or 1 mL 70mL or or 15 L IL 70L L . How many different ways can Tracy walk to school if he never goes more than 6 blocks? Answer: __ ways 8 7 6 t~ 5 4 3 2 1 . There were four more music books than science books. Each line is a street.3 Mars. How much longer did she practice on Thursday than on Wednesday? Answer: _ 2. medicine dropper c.
40 + 15 = 55. How many apples balance with 1 cup of soup? Draw them on the empty plate. This is how Abraham would add 39 + 15: "39 is 1 less than 40. You change one number to make it easy to use." Practice these problems. You will be asked to work a problem mentally when you turn in your paper. 1 less than 55 is 54. 3 apples balance with 2 tomatoes. 27 + 29 = 39 + 43:. then change the answer to compensate. 56 + 29 = _ Answer for the problem given later: *** 8. How many rectangles are in the figure? Answer: __ rectangles IIIII I 7. A strategy to add nwnbers mentally is called compensation.*** ** 6. Answer: A right angle is at: An acute angle is at: An obtuse angle is at: _ _ _ *** 9. Name a time when the hands of a clock form a right angle. 49 + 18:. 1 cup of soup balances 4 tomatoes. 50 . Name a time when they form an acute angle. For a waiter. Name a time when they form an obtuse angle. Also.
loan is twice Tara's age. a box or a pyramid? Answer: A is heavier. XIX Name: (This shows my own thinking.} _ ** 1. Mike is buying boxes of popcorn for himself and his friends at the movie theater. How much does Mike spend on 3 boxes of popcorn? Answer: $. 357 Answer: Y a.y= 259 _ _ *** 2. 51 . Tara's age is twice Sally's age. 164 + X = 259 b. Find the missing numbers in the number sentences below.SUNSHINE MATH . Each box of popcorn is $1. _ ** 4. How old are Sally and Joan? Answer: ___ Sally's age Joan's age ** 3. Which is heavier. a. Tara is 12 years old.25 plus 7¢ tax.3 Mars. x = b.
6. His score was IO l. What is Tamika's secret number? Answer: _ **** 8. ** 6. Use each number only once in each sentence.**** 5. How many rectangles are in this figure? Lettering them and listing them will help you find all the rectangles. Find a number sentence with the least sum.4. the answer is the same as when you subtract 4 from 12. DD + DD DD + DD * (greatest) (least) 7. Find the number sentence with the greatest sum. Answer: __ rectangles. and 8 to complete the two number sentences below. Use the digits 2. Write the numbers in the boxes. Each bag landed on a different number. On what 3 numbers did his bags land? Answer: 5 35 9 12 40 I 26 18 17 52 . Sergio played a game with bean bags on the playing mat to the right He added the numbers from 3 throws to get his score. Tamika has a secret number. If you subtract her number from 16.
SUNSHINE MATH . __ space Stickers Animals (yt Sports S 7¢ 4¢ 53 . a Jr.3 Mars.42 for the stickers. She paid $0. What combination of stickers could she buy? Answer: __ animal.) _ * 1. *** 3. How much money did they spend? Answer: _ Burger Served with fries: Grilled cheese Chicken $3. There were seven brothers and sisters in the Smith family. She bought at least one of each kind. __ sports. Amanda bought 8 stickers for her sticker book.50 Jr. Salad $2. __ stayed home. MENU salad.95 $0. and two Cokes. For each balloon she needs 24 inches of string. Rebecca and her brother together ordered a burger and fries. XX Nanre: (This shows my own thinking.95 $4. Should Shayna buy a ISO-inch roll of string or a 200-inch roll? Answer: _ ** 2.50 Beverages $2.75 **** 4. Five of them went to the theater while the rest stayed home. Shayna needs some string to tie up 7 balloons. What fraction of the brothers and sisters went to the theater? What fraction stayed home? Answer: __ went to the theater.
The triangle weighs 5 ounces. Circle the measurement you would choose for the following items: a.*** 5... (2. sto re t!. The square weighs 4 ounces. a slice of cheese c. (6. Name the building located at each nwnbered pair: 8 7 6 II~b6nk . How much does each circle weigh? Answer: __ ounces ~oo i zs: Answer: ~D ** 8. ~~ChOOl f'. bag of potatoes b. 2345678 _ b. d _ 54 .8) _ *** 6.2) _ o Answer: a. Order the line segments from shortest to longest without measuring. 5 4 3 2 1 - t. large dog 50z or 5 LB loz or lOLB 700z or 70 LB **** 7. (4. 6) c.
XXI SUNSHINE MATH .Mars. How many pogs do they each have now? pogs each Answer: __ *** 3.Jose. Study them a while and then write inside the angles: acute. right. An obtuse angle is larger than a right angle.3 N~: (This shows my own thinking. or obtuse. Solve it I am an odd number. I am greater than the sum of 6 and 9. Todd has a number riddle for Bill. Her brother. Now they have the same number of pogs. Maria had 28 pogs. I am less than the sum of 9 and 9. Each angle is illustrated below.) ___ * 1. A right angle is exactly like the corner of a postcard. Maria gave some of her pegs to Jose. What number am I? Answer: _ ** 2. had 12 pogs. An acute angle is smaller than a right angle. rn Right Obtuse IT] 55 .
The perimeter is the distance around the edge of a shape. 562 > 5 2 385 < 3 8 472 = 72 D D D Answer: Answer: Answer: _ _ _ *** 8. Each test tube holds 59 milliliters. 634 - D= 509 ** 5. Each shelf is 8 feet long and costs $2 per foot He buys 12 brackets to hang the shelves for $2 each. Mr. a. Brown is building 6 shelves in his garage. Shade your shapes so that they can be seen easily. Make 3 rectangles or squares that have a perimeter of 20 units. How much does he spend for his shelves and brackets? 7. 900 milliliters Answer: _ a. Write the number in the box. b. 60 milliliters c. What digits would make the sentences true? List each possible number. Answer choices: 111111111111111 b. 1000 milliliters d. Find the missing number in this nwnber sentence. 59 milliliters **** *** 6. c.* 4. Circle the best estimate of the total number of milliliters in all these test tubes. 56 .
You will be asked to solve a division problem mentally when you tum in your paper. How many squares are inside the circle? Answer: _ How many squares are inside the rectangle? Answer: _ • • • • How many squares are inside the circle and rectangle? Answer: _ 57 .] *** 1. I follow these steps: 1st: 20 + 2 = 10 2nd: 4+ 2=2 3ed: 10 + 2 = 12 So 24 + 2 = 12 Practice these problems the way Marcus does them. Watch how Marcus divides in his head: To do 24 + 2. Draw a figure with 8 sides and 8 angles. XXII Name: ------------------------(This shows my own thinking.3 Mars.SUNSHINE MATH . *** 3. 84+2= 43+2= 36+2 = Answer for later problem: _ ** 2.
17 for soft drinks. He used 12 for juice. many children walk to school Janie walks ~ mile. The third grade class needs to make cocoa to serve 36 people. Katie walks Joshua walks ~ mile. Square: __ oz. How much does each item weigh? DO 1520z. At Wright Elementary.**** 4. How many cups of milk: will they need? cups Answer: __ 1 cup cocoa 2 cups water 12 cups milk 18 marshmallows ** 8. * 5.1 Answer: Triangle: __ oz. and 5 for milk. Matthew brought paper cups for the class party. Circle: __ oz. How many cups did he use? Answer: cups **** 6. Amberly's mother said she could order one sandwich and one drink from the menu. How many different combinations can Amberly order? Hamburger Reuben Grilled cheese Sandwiches Drinks Iced tea Soft drink Milk Answer: _ Party Cocoa 18 servings 1 cup sugar pinch of salt ** 7. Who has the longest walk? Answer: _ 1mile. 58 .
Write the numbers in the boxes. John has drawn the stars below. Smith is trying to organize her computer disks.3 Mars. She has 46 disks to place in boxes. Answer: ___ White star ___ Striped star ___ Shaded star 59 . How many boxes does she need to store her disks? Answer: ___ boxes *** 3. He has asked you to find what fraction each type of star is of the whole group of stars. 7 D D 4 8 D 6 1 2 * 2.SUNSHINE MATH . Mrs. a. +D 7 20 6 4 D 1 b. XXIII Name: (This shows my own thinking. Each box holds 10 disks.) __ ** 1. Find the missing digits in each problem.
They found 6 green (0). They recorded the number of each color on a graph for a project. ~ G R P 0 Y 60 . A flowchart is used to record steps to finish a task. When he added the numbers of the two pages together. (l) Sign the letter (2) Write the letter (3) Mail the letter (4) Close the letter (Yours Truly. Patty and her friends bought a bag of Skittles. He counted a total of 13 wheels.) *** 7.. Place the correct number in each box of the flowchart. 4 purple (P). 5 red (R).. the sum was 69. What is another answer for problem 4? Answer: __ bicycles and __ tricycles.** 4. ** ** 5. 7 orange (0).) (5) Write the greeting (Dear . Bob has opened his book about motorcycles. 6. How many bicycles and tricycles were in the lot? Answer: __ bicycles and __ tricycles. Bill was staring across the street where bicycles and tricycles were stored. Use their numbers to make a graph. and 3 yellow (Y). To what two pages was the book opened? Answer: and e ** 8. Place the steps below in the correct order to write a letter to a friend.
Her mother weighs 132 pounds.3 Mars. Write the number in the box that will make the sentence true. What could the ruler and the glue weigh? Find as many solutions as you can.SUNSHINE MATH . Each pencil weighs 3 ounces. ruler glue 61 . _ 4. Can Mia and her parents ride at the same time? Answer:. XXIV Na~: (This shows my own thinking. and her father weighs 184 pounds. Mia weighs 75 pounds. Look at the pattern below. Fill in the chart.] _ ** 1. 3X D+6 -4 = 20 ** 2. How many small squares would make the next largest square? Answer: squares *** **** 3. The paddle boat can hold 400 pounds.
**** 8. Write a decimal and a fraction for each part of a dollar below: a one cent: c. one quarter: _ b. Fold a piece of paper in half twice. Now I subtract 1from 88 since I really had 39 to add instead 0 40.*** 5.-. Then I add 48 + 40 in my head to get 88. Complete the puzzle with the correct shapes. Qt ~ "Qt " :.first notice that 39 is real close to 40. So I tum 39 into 40 by adding 1.: CJ . one nickel: _ d.o.l 1) 0 *** 7. Punch 4 holes in the center. . How many holes are in the paper when unfolded? Answer: __ 00 0·0 ** 6. one dime: 62 . and 40 is easy to add. Watch how Marcus adds when one number ends in 9: To 48 39. You will be asked to add a problem in your head when you tum in your paper. Practice on these: 29+67 38 + 19 39+25 34+49 _ Answer for later problem:. So 48 + 39 is 87. Look at the pattern in the puzzle.
in each sentence below. She saw cows and 8 chickens.3 Mars. b. XXV Name: ------------------------------(This shows my own thinking. Count the cubes to fmd the volume of the steps. + . / L / /_ L V / V Answer: The volume is __ cubes. Then measure the arrow with a ruler.:::: 15 --- Ais --- *** 2. V 63 . chickens. Sue counted 26 legs. Remember there are some cubes you cannot see. = + .} ** 1. Find the value of • and. a Paul saw 5 chickens and 6 cows. Use the two number sentences below for clues . Record both answers..SUNSHINE MATH . 12 and also A Answer: • is • + • +.. She saw 4 cows and __ c. Pam counted 40 legs. ** 3. Write the answers in the He saw legs in all. Answer: Estimate: Actual: __ cm cm *** 4... Estimate the length of the arrow in centimeters.
What are the chances of getting a spin lower than 41 D a What are the chances of getting a spin higher than 4? *** 8. 23. _ 6. 15.* *** 5. i *** 7. What are the chances of getting a spin higher than 6? D c. Pam's Dad ate iofthe pie." Study the spinner and the questions. Write your answer as a fraction: D b. Mom: __ pieces. 1. 13. Mom ate and Pam ate ~ of the pie. Sally and her friends are going to use it to play "Spin the Sum. 9. 5. Each rectangle should have an area of24 D's. This spinner is divided into 8 parts. Study the sequence and fill in the missing numbers. 7. 11.__ . _~. 64 . It was divided into 6 pieces. How many pieces did each person eat? Answer: Dad: __ pieces. Make 3 rectangles with different lengths and widths. Pam: __ pieces. Pam's mother baked a pie for her family..
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