Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 1 1 2 Alexander has 320 baseball cards. He wants to divide them equally into 4 boxes. How many cards will be in each box? Measure to the nearest quarter inch. many 1° turns 3 doHow you need to create a 65 degree angle? The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Each model shown represents 1 whole. Shade the sections in the models to represent 0.4 and 0.7. 4 6 a. Write the time. ______ : _______ 5 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.4 8 b. What time will it be in 18 minutes? 0.7 a. The thunderstorm was as loud as fireworks. Meaning: _____________________________ a. My teacher is as busy as a bee. Meaning: ______________________________________ Ii/is/for/insect./ ////////////// Practice. Trace. Find the quotient. 800 ÷ 4 = ________ 2,500 ÷ 5 = ________ 3,000 ÷ 5 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 12 feet Similes compare two things using like or as. Directions: Read the simile and explain its meaning. 10 7 6 feet Area: __________ sq. feet Perimeter: _________ feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 2 1 Measure to the nearest b 2 3 Clara bought a large bag of 450 beads. How many 90° turns She wants to separate them into 5 smaller do you need to create bags. If she puts the same number of beads in each a 180 degree angle? bag, how many beads will be in each bag? inch. The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Correctly plot the values 0.4 and 0.18 on the number line. 4 6 a. Write the time. 0 0. 1 5 0. 3 0. 5 0. 7 0. 9 1.0 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.4 ______ : _______ b. What time was it 22 minutes ago? 0.18 Metaphors compare two things that are different without using like or as. Directions: Read the metaphor and explain its meaning. 8 7 Find the quotient. 320 ÷ 8 = ________ 1,800 ÷ 6 = ________ 1,500 ÷ 5 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 14 feet a. The wind was a monster roaring. Meaning: _____________________________________ 9 feet b. The snow is a white blanket. Meaning: ________________________________________ Jj/is/for/jaguar./ ////////////// Practice. Trace. 10 Area: __________ sq. feet Perimeter: _________ feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 3 1 2 Blake ordered 540 flowers for a special event. He plans to put 9 flowers in each vase. How many vases will Blake need? Measure to the nearest quarter inch. many 1° turns 3 doHow you need to create a 90 degree angle? The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Each model shown represents 1 whole. Shade the sections in the models to represent 0.3 and 0.8. 4 6 a. Write the time. ______ : _______ 5 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.3 8 b. What time will it be in 23 minutes? 0.8 a. My coffee is as hot as the sun! Meaning: _____________________________________ Trace. Practice. b. Greg swims like a fish. Meaning: _____________________________________________ Kk/is/for/kind./ Find the quotient. 560 ÷ 8 = ________ 2,100 ÷ 7 = ________ 540 ÷ 6 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 15 feet Similes compare two things using like or as. Directions: Read the simile and explain its meaning. 10 7 ////////////// 7 feet Area: __________ sq. feet Perimeter: _________ feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 4 1 Measure to the nearest b 2 A soccer shop needs to ship 420 soccer balls. They can ship 6 soccer balls per box. How many boxes does the shop need to ship all 420 soccer balls? inch. many 45° turns 3doHow you need to create a 90 degree angle? The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Correctly plot the values 0.6 and 0.71 on the number line. 4 6 a. Write the time. 0 0. 1 5 0. 3 0. 5 0. 7 0. 9 1.0 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.6 ______ : _______ b. What time was it 35 minutes ago? 0.71 Metaphors compare two things that are different without using like or as. Directions: Read the metaphor and explain its meaning. 8 a. Thomas is a night owl. Meaning: _____________________________________________ b. Brandon is a couch potato. Meaning: ________________________________________ Ll/is/for/lamp./ ////////////// Practice. Trace. 10 7 Find the quotient. 420 ÷ 7 = ________ 8,000 ÷ 4 = ________ 1,200 ÷ 4 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 13 feet 8 feet Area: __________ sq. feet Perimeter: _________ feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 5 1 2 Alexander has 240 baseball cards. He wants to divide them equally into 8 boxes. How many cards will be in each box? Measure to the nearest quarter inch. many 1° turns 3 doHow you need to create a 180 degree angle? The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Each model shown represents 1 whole. Shade the sections in the models to represent 0.6 and 0.4. 4 6 a. Write the time. ______ : _______ 5 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.6 8 b. What time will it be in 27 minutes? 0.4 360 ÷ 4 = ________ 270 ÷ 9 = ________ 490 ÷ 7 = ________ 9 17 feet a. David is as hungry as a horse. Meaning: ______________________________________ b. Tabitha runs like a cheetah. Meaning: ________________________________________ 10 Fix the 3 errors: Their isnt nothing wrong with the television. 11 Measure to the nearest /////////////////////////////////////// Clara bought a large bag of 280 beads. 12 She wants to separate them into 7 smaller inch. Find the quotient. Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. Similes compare two things using like or as. Directions: Read the simile and explain its meaning. b 7 bags. If she puts the same number of beads in each bag, how many beads will be in each bag? 8 feet Area: __________ sq. feet Perimeter: _________ feet many 45° turns 13doHow you need to create a 180 degree angle? The rectangle is ______________ inches long. 4 Correctly plot the values 0.72 and 0.8 on the number line. 16 a. Write the time. 0 0. 1 5 0. 3 0. 5 0. 7 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.72 0.8 0. 9 1.0 ______ : _______ b. What time was it 36 minutes ago? Metaphors compare two things that are different without using like or as. 18 Directions: Read the metaphor and explain its meaning. a. My little brother is such a pig. Meaning: _______________________________________ 17 Find the quotient. 2,700 ÷ 9 = ________ 1,800 ÷ 3 = ________ 3,000 ÷ 5 = ________ 19 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 19 feet 7 feet b. Tom’s toes were icicles. Meaning: ____________________________________________ 20 Fix the 3 errors: Landon drawed a beutifull picture of his famile. Area: __________ sq. feet _________ feet /////////////////////////////////////// ©Perimeter: Math Tech Connections Quiz Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 1 1 2 3 Round to the Mr. Thomas has 56 chairs. If he arranges them in rows of 7, how many rows can he make? nearest ten. 148 = _________ Veronica says she planted 28 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. A. 7 x 4 = _____ Round to the nearest hundred. 549 = _________ B. 9 x 3 = _____ C. 14 x 2 = _____ 4 Color all the quadrilaterals green. X X 0 X X X X X X 5 How many players scored 3 or 4 goals? X X X Partition the circle 7 into four equal parts. Each piece X 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Goals Scored 6 6 How many more players scored 3 goals than 6 goals? is ______ of the whole. 9 Measure to the nearest half inch. A pronoun takes the place of a noun. (Examples: I, me, you, we, us, they, them, it, he, she, him, her) 8 Trace. 10 Ccc/Ccc//camel/ Practice. a. Write the pronoun: (The third graders) ________ went outside for recess. b. Write the pronoun: Mr. Rivas always brings __________ lunch to school. c. Write the pronoun: (The cat) ________ followed the owner all around the house. ////////////// ______ inches ______ inches © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 2 1 Veronica says she planted 24 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. A. 7 x 3 = _____ 2 Mr. Thomas has 35 chairs. He arranges them so he has 7 rows with the same number of chairs in each row. How many chairs are in each row? 3 Round the following numbers to the nearest 10. 43 = _________ 236 = _________ B. 3 x 8 = _____ C. 6 x 4 = _____ 4 182 = _________ 5 A movie theater has 345 Color all the quadrilaterals seats. It sold 273 tickets for a movie green. on Friday. How many seats are still available? 6 Partition the square 7 into three equal parts. Find the sum. 473 + 297 Each piece 1,638 + 2,937 is ______ of the whole. 9 8 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. (Examples: I, me, you, we, us, they, them, it, he, she, him, her) Solve the equations below. 10 28 Ccc/California// Practice. 10 x ? = 20, ?= _____ Trace. a. Write the pronoun: (Kelly and I) ________ have soccer practice after school. b. Write the pronoun: Kelly’s mom always picks ________ up from soccer practice. c. Write the pronoun: The coach told (Tim and Ron) ___________ to do their best. ////////////// 16 = ? x 2, ?= ______ ÷ △= 7, △= ______ © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 3 Veronica says she planted 36 flowers in a 1rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations 2 3 Round to the Mr. Thomas has 36 chairs. If he arranges them in rows of 9, how many rows can he make? nearest ten. 823 = _________ that could represent her garden. A. 18 x 3 = _____ Round to the nearest hundred. 771 = _________ B. 6 x 6 = _____ C. 12 x 3 = _____ 4 Color the square green. X X 0 X X X X X X 5 How many players in total scored 2 or 3 goals? X X X Partition the circle 7 into six equal parts. Each piece X 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Goals Scored 6 6 is ______ of the whole. How many players scored fewer than 3 goals? Use the line plot to answer questions 5 and 6. 9 Measure to the nearest quarter inch. A pronoun takes the place of a noun. 8 Trace. 10 Ddd/Ddd/dime Practice. a. Circle the pronoun(s): Zachary reminded her of the test on Friday. b. Write the pronoun: Victoria told (Carl and I) _________ to close the door. c. Circle the pronoun(s): Mr. Parker told his son to wash the car. ////////////// ______ inches ______ inches © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 4 1 Veronica says she planted 18 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. A. 3 x 6 = _____ 2 Mr. Thomas has 36 chairs. He arranges them so he has 6 rows with the same number of chairs in each row. How many chairs are in each row? 3 Round the following numbers to the nearest 100. 564 = _________ 853 = _________ B. 2 x 9 = _____ C. 4 x 4 = _____ 4 Color all the rectangles green. 927 = _________ A high school stadium has 783 6 5 seats. A middle school stadium has 569 seats. How many seats do the stadiums have altogether? Find the difference. 804 - 65 Partition the square 7 into four equal parts. Each piece 2,046 - 1,529 is ______ of the whole. 9 8 Solve the equations below. A pronoun takes the place of a noun. Trace. 10 Dddd/Danny/ Practice. a. Circle the pronoun(s): The cashier forgot to give us the receipt. b. Write the pronoun: George thought (the math test) ________ was difficult. c. Circle the pronoun(s): His mom gave us a snack after school. ////////////// 7 x ? = 49, ?= ______ 60 = ? x 12, ?= _____ 77 ÷ △= 11, △= ____ © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 5 Veronica says she planted 16 flowers in a 1rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations 2 3 Round to the Mr. Thomas has 42 chairs. If he arranges them in rows of 7, how many rows can he make? nearest ten. 982 = _________ that could represent her garden. A. 4 x 4 = _____ Round to the nearest hundred. 337 = _________ B. 8 x 2 = _____ C. 4 x 6 = _____ 4 Color all the quadrilaterals green. X X 0 X X X X X X 5 How many players scored 3 or more goals? X X X Each piece X 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Goals Scored 6 6 is ______ of the whole. How many goals did the fewest players score? Use the line plot to answer questions 5 and 6. 8 Partition the circle 7 into three equal parts. 9 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. a. Circle the pronoun(s): They were playing soccer in the backyard. b. Write the pronoun: Landon told (Beth) ___________ to close the door. c. Write the pronoun(s): (Greg and Timothy) _____________ went to the splash park. 10 ______ inches Fix the 3 errors: did you remember to fed the dog /////////////////////////////////////// 11 Veronica says she planted 48 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. A. 12 x 4 = _____ 12 Mr. Thomas has 56 chairs. He arranges them so he has 7 rows with the same number of chairs in each row. How many chairs are in each row? ______ inches 13 Round the following numbers to the nearest 100. 739 = _________ 487 = _________ B. 9 x 6 = _____ C. 8 x 6 = _____ 14 Measure to the nearest quarter inch. A. Draw a square. B. Draw a rectangle. 746 = _________ A high school stadium has Solve. 15 1,600 16 seats. A middle school stadium has 857 seats. How many more seats does the high school stadium have than the middle school stadium? 584 + 293 17 2,090 - 1,825 Partition the square into six equal parts. Each piece is ______ of the whole. 19 18 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. a. Circle the pronoun(s): Did you go to the movies with them? b. Write the pronoun: (The school bus) ________ was late this morning. c. Circle the pronoun(s): His dad told us to walk the dog. 20 Fix the 3 errors: Dont forget we have two study for the test Solve the equations below. 6 x ? = 54, ?= ______ 45 = ? x 5, ?= ______ 28 ÷ △= 7, △= ______ /////////////////////////////////////// © Math Tech Connections Quiz #2 - 3rd Grade Review Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 1 Veronica says she planted 28 flowers in a 1rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations 2 3 Round to the Mr. Thomas has 56 chairs. If he arranges them in rows of 7, how many rows can he make? nearest ten. 150 148 = _________ that could represent her garden. 28 A. 7 x 4 = _____ 8 rows of 7 chairs 27 B. 9 x 3 = _____ 28 C. 14 x 2 = _____ 4 Color all the quadrilaterals green. X X 0 X X X X X X 5 How many players scored 3 or 4 goals? X X X 6 Partition the circle 7 into four equal parts. Each piece 7 players X 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Goals Scored Round to the nearest hundred. 500 549 = _________ 6 1/4 of is ______ the whole. How many more players scored 3 goals than 6 goals? 3 players 9 Measure to the nearest half inch. A pronoun takes the place of a noun. (Examples: I, me, you, we, us, they, them, it, he, she, him, her) 8 Trace. 10 Ccc/Ccc//camel/ Practice. a. Write the pronoun: (The third graders) ________ They went outside for recess. his b. Write the pronoun: Mr. Rivas always brings __________ lunch to school. It c. Write the pronoun: (The cat) ________ followed the owner all around the house. ////////////// 2______ 1/2 inches 4______ 1/2 inches © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 2 1 Veronica says she planted 24 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. 21 A. 7 x 3 = _____ 2 Mr. Thomas has 35 chairs. He arranges them so he has 7 rows with the same number of chairs in each row. How many chairs are in each row? 240 236 = _________ 180 182 = _________ 5 A movie theater has 345 Color all the quadrilaterals seats. It sold 273 tickets for a movie green. on Friday. How many seats are still available? 72 seats 6 Partition the square 7 into three equal parts. Find the sum. 473 + 297 770 8 Round the following numbers to the nearest 10. 40 43 = _________ 5 chairs in each row B. 3 x 8 = _____ 24 C. 6 x 4 = _____ 24 4 3 Each piece 1,638 + 2,937 4,575 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. (Examples: I, me, you, we, us, they, them, it, he, she, him, her) 1/3 of is ______ the whole. 9 Solve the equations below. 10 28 Ccc/California// Practice. 2 10 x ? = 20, ?= _____ Trace. We have soccer practice after school. a. Write the pronoun: (Kelly and I) ________ her up from soccer practice. b. Write the pronoun: Kelly’s mom always picks ________ them to do their best. c. Write the pronoun: The coach told (Tim and Ron) ___________ ////////////// 8 16 = ? x 2, ?= ______ 4 ÷ △= 7, △= ______ © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 3 Veronica says she planted 36 flowers in a 1rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations 2 3 Round to the Mr. Thomas has 36 chairs. If he arranges them in rows of 9, how many rows can he make? nearest ten. 820 823 = _________ that could represent her garden. 54 A. 18 x 3 = _____ 4 rows of 9 chairs 36 B. 6 x 6 = _____ 36 C. 12 x 3 = _____ 4 Color the square green. X X 0 X X X X X X 5 How many players in total scored 2 or 3 goals? X X X 6 players X 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Goals Scored 6 Round to the nearest hundred. 800 771 = _________ Partition the circle 7 into six equal parts. Each piece 1/6 of is ______ the whole. 6 How many players scored fewer than 3 goals? 4 players Use the line plot to answer questions 5 and 6. 9 Measure to the nearest quarter inch. A pronoun takes the place of a noun. 8 Trace. 10 Ddd/Ddd/dime Practice. a. Circle the pronoun(s): Zachary reminded her of the test on Friday. us b. Write the pronoun: Victoria told (Carl and I) _________ to close the door. c. Circle the pronoun(s): Mr. Parker told his son to wash the car. 3______ 3/4 inches ////////////// 4______ 1/4 inches © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 4 1 Veronica says she planted 18 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. 18 A. 3 x 6 = _____ 2 Mr. Thomas has 36 chairs. He arranges them so he has 6 rows with the same number of chairs in each row. How many chairs are in each row? Color all the rectangles green. A high school stadium has 783 6 5 seats. A middle school stadium has 569 seats. How many seats do the stadiums have altogether? Partition the square 7 into four equal parts. Find the difference. 804 - 65 517 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. Trace. Practice. a. Circle the pronoun(s): The cashier forgot to give us the receipt. it was difficult. b. Write the pronoun: George thought (the math test) ________ c. Circle the pronoun(s): His mom gave us a snack after school. Dddd/Danny/ Each piece 2,046 - 1,529 739 10 900 853 = _________ 900 927 = _________ 1,352 seats 8 Round the following numbers to the nearest 100. 600 564 = _________ 6 chairs in each row B. 2 x 9 = _____ 18 C. 4 x 4 = _____ 16 4 3 ////////////// 1/4 is ______ of the whole. 9 Solve the equations below. 7 7 x ? = 49, ?= ______ 5 60 = ? x 12, ?= _____ 77 7 ÷ △= 11, △= ____ © Math Tech Connections Name: ________________________ Date: ___________ Week 3. Day 5 Veronica says she planted 16 flowers in a 1rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations 2 3 Round to the Mr. Thomas has 42 chairs. If he arranges them in rows of 7, how many rows can he make? nearest ten. 980 982 = _________ that could represent her garden. 16 A. 4 x 4 = _____ 6 rows of 7 chairs 16 B. 8 x 2 = _____ 24 C. 4 x 6 = _____ 4 Color all the quadrilaterals green. X X 0 X X X X X X 5 How many players scored 3 or more goals? X X X 6 Each piece 6 How many goals did the fewest players score? 6 goals Use the line plot to answer questions 5 and 6. 8 Partition the circle 7 into three equal parts. 8 players X 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Goals Scored Round to the nearest hundred. 300 337 = _________ 1/3 of is ______ the whole. 9 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. a. Circle the pronoun(s): They were playing soccer in the backyard. her b. Write the pronoun: Landon told (Beth) ___________ to close the door. c. Write the pronoun(s): (Greg and Timothy) _____________ They went to the splash park. 10 11 Veronica says she planted 48 flowers in a rectangular-shaped garden. Circle the equations that could represent her garden. 48 A. 12 x 4 = _____ 12 Mr. Thomas has 56 chairs. He arranges them so he has 7 rows with the same number of chairs in each row. How many chairs are in each row? A. Draw a square. B. Draw a rectangle. 3______ 1/4 inches 13 Round the following numbers to the nearest 100. 700 739 = _________ 500 487 = _________ 8 chairs 54 B. 9 x 6 = _____ 48 C. 8 x 6 = _____ 700 746 = _________ A high school stadium has Solve. 15 1,600 16 seats. A middle school stadium has 857 seats. How many more seats does the high school stadium have than the middle school stadium? 743 seats 18 2______ 2/4 inches Fix the 3 errors: did you remember to fed the dog /////////////////////////////////////// Did you remember to feed the dog? 14 Measure to the nearest quarter inch. 584 + 293 877 A pronoun takes the place of a noun. a. Circle the pronoun(s): Did you go to the movies with them? b. Write the pronoun: (The school bus) ________ was late this morning. It c. Circle the pronoun(s): His dad told us to walk the dog. 20 Fix the 3 errors: Dont forget we have two study for the test 17 2,090 - 1,825 265 Partition the square into six equal parts. Each piece 1/6 of is ______ the whole. 19 Solve the equations below. 9 6 x ? = 54, ?= ______ 9 45 = ? x 5, ?= ______ 28 4 ÷ △= 7, △= ______ Don't forget to study for the test. /////////////////////////////////////// © Math Tech Connections Quiz #2 - 3rd Grade Review Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 1 1 2 Alexander has 320 baseball cards. He wants to divide them equally into 4 boxes. How many cards will be in each box? Measure to the nearest quarter inch. 80 cards in each box many 1° turns 3 doHow you need to create a 65 degree angle? 65 - 1º turns 4 1/4 The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Each model shown represents 1 whole. Shade the sections in the models to represent 0.4 and 0.7. 6 4 7 a. Write the time. 3 52 ______ : _______ 5 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. < 0.4 8 b. What time will it be in 18 minutes? 0.7 4:10 Find the quotient. 200 800 ÷ 4 = ________ 500 600 3,000 ÷ 5 = ________ 2,500 ÷ 5 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. Similes compare two things using like or as. Directions: Read the simile and explain its meaning. The thunderstorm 6 feet was very noisy. a. The thunderstorm was as loud as fireworks. Meaning: _____________________________ The teacher has lots to do. My teacher is as busy as a bee. Meaning: ______________________________________ Trace. 10 Ii/is/for/insect./ ////////////// Practice. a. 12 feet 6ft. 12ft. 72 Perimeter: _________ 36 feet Area: __________ sq. feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 2 1 Measure to the nearest b 2 3 Clara bought a large bag of 450 beads. How many 90° turns She wants to separate them into 5 smaller do you need to create bags. If she puts the same number of beads in each a 180 degree angle? bag, how many beads will be in each bag? inch. 90 beads in each bag 4 1/8 2 - 90º turns The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Correctly plot the values 0.4 and 0.18 on the number line. 4 0.18 0.4 ⬤ 0 0. 1 5 ⬤ 0. 3 7 a. Write the time. 0. 5 0. 7 0. 9 1.0 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.4 6 9 13 ______ : _______ b. What time was it > 0.18 22 minutes ago? 8:51 Metaphors compare two things that are different without using like or as. Directions: Read the metaphor and explain its meaning. 8 Find the quotient. 40 300 1,800 ÷ 6 = ________ 300 1,500 ÷ 5 = ________ 320 ÷ 8 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 14 feet 9 feet The wind was very loud. a. The wind was a monster roaring. Meaning: _____________________________________ The snow covers the ground. b. The snow is a white blanket. Meaning: ________________________________________ Jj/is/for/jaguar./ ////////////// Practice. Trace. 10 9ft. 14ft. 126 Perimeter: _________ 46 feet Area: __________ sq. feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 3 1 2 Blake ordered 540 flowers for a special event. He plans to put 9 flowers in each vase. How many vases will Blake need? Measure to the nearest quarter inch. 60 vases many 1° turns 3 doHow you need to create a 90 degree angle? 90 - 1º turns 2 3/4 The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Each model shown represents 1 whole. Shade the sections in the models to represent 0.3 and 0.8. 4 6 7 a. Write the time. 12 38 ______ : _______ 5 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. < 0.3 8 b. What time will it be in 23 minutes? 0.8 1:01 The coﬀee is extremely hot! a. My coffee is as hot as the sun! Meaning: _____________________________________ Trace. Practice. George is an excellent swimmer. b. Greg swims like a fish. Meaning: _____________________________________________ Kk/is/for/kind./ 70 560 ÷ 8 = ________ 300 90 540 ÷ 6 = ________ 2,100 ÷ 7 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 15 feet Similes compare two things using like or as. Directions: Read the simile and explain its meaning. 10 Find the quotient. ////////////// 7ft. 7 feet 15ft. 105 Perimeter: _________ 44 feet Area: __________ sq. feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 4 1 Measure to the nearest b 2 A soccer shop needs to ship 420 soccer balls. They can ship 6 soccer balls per box. How many boxes does the shop need to ship all 420 soccer balls? inch. many 45° turns 3doHow you need to create a 90 degree angle? 70 boxes 2 - 45º turns 6 7 3 6/8 The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Correctly plot the values 0.6 and 0.71 on the number line. 4 0.6 0.71 ⬤ 0 0. 1 5 0. 3 0. 5 ⬤ 0. 7 a. Write the time. 0. 9 1.0 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.6 10 26 ______ : _______ b. What time was it < 0.71 35 minutes ago? 9:51 Metaphors compare two things that are different without using like or as. Directions: Read the metaphor and explain its meaning. 8 Find the quotient. 60 8,000 ÷ 4 = 2,000 ________ 300 1,200 ÷ 4 = ________ 420 ÷ 7 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 13 feet Thomas likes to stay up late. a. Thomas is a night owl. Meaning: _____________________________________________ 8 feet 10 Area: __________ sq. feet Ll/is/for/lamp./ ////////////// Practice. Trace. Brandon is lazy. b. Brandon is a couch potato. Meaning: ________________________________________ 8ft. 13ft. 104 Perimeter: _________ 42 feet © Math Tech Connections Name: _______________________ Date: ___________ Week 17. Day 5 1 2 Alexander has 240 baseball cards. He wants to divide them equally into 8 boxes. How many cards will be in each box? Measure to the nearest quarter inch. 30 cards in each box many 1° turns 3 doHow you need to create a 180 degree angle? 180 - 1º turns 5 2/4 The rectangle is ______________ inches long. Each model shown represents 1 whole. Shade the sections in the models to represent 0.6 and 0.4. 6 4 7 a. Write the time. 11 17 ______ : _______ 5 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. > 0.6 8 b. What time will it be in 27 minutes? 0.4 11:44 David is very hungry. a. David is as hungry as a horse. Meaning: ______________________________________ Tabitha is a fast runner. b. Tabitha runs like a cheetah. Meaning: ________________________________________ 10 Fix the 3 errors: Their isnt nothing wrong with the television. 11 Measure to the nearest There isn’t anything wrong with the television. /////////////////////////////////////// Clara bought a large bag of 280 beads. 12 She wants to separate them into 7 smaller inch. 90 360 ÷ 4 = ________ 30 70 490 ÷ 7 = ________ 270 ÷ 9 = ________ 9 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 17 feet Similes compare two things using like or as. Directions: Read the simile and explain its meaning. b Find the quotient. bags. If she puts the same number of beads in each bag, how many beads will be in each bag? 40 beads in each bag 2 3/8 8ft. 8 feet 17ft. 136 50 feet Perimeter: _________ Area: __________ sq. feet many 45° turns 13doHow you need to create a 180 degree angle? 4 - 45º turns The rectangle is ______________ inches long. 4 Correctly plot the values 0.72 and 0.8 on the number line. 0.72 0.8 5 0. 3 0. 5 0. 7 Compare the decimals using >, <, or =. 0.72 < 0.8 17 Find the quotient. a. Write the time. ⬤ ⬤ 0 0. 1 16 0. 9 1.0 8 44 ______ : _______ b. What time was it 36 minutes ago? 8:08 Metaphors compare two things that are different without using like or as. 18 Directions: Read the metaphor and explain its meaning. 300 2,700 ÷ 9 = ________ 600 600 3,000 ÷ 5 = ________ 1,800 ÷ 3 = ________ 19 Find the area and perimeter of the rectangle. 19 feet My little brother is messy. a. My little brother is such a pig. Meaning: _______________________________________ 7 feet 20 Fix the 3 errors: Landon drawed a beutifull picture of his famile. Area: __________ sq. feet His toes are freezing. b. Tom’s toes were icicles. Meaning: ____________________________________________ 7ft. 19ft. 133 Perimeter: _________ 52 feet Landon drew a beautiful picture of his family. /////////////////////////////////////// © Math Tech Connections Quiz