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&deg; 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 &gt;, &lt;, 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 &divide; 4 = ________
2,500 &divide; 5 = ________
3,000 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; 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 &gt;, &lt;, 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 &divide; 8 = ________
1,800 &divide; 6 = ________
1,500 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; 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 &gt;, &lt;, 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 &divide; 8 = ________
2,100 &divide; 7 = ________
540 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; 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 &gt;, &lt;, 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 &divide; 7 = ________
8,000 &divide; 4 = ________
1,200 &divide; 4 = ________
9
Find the area and
perimeter of the rectangle.
13 feet
8 feet
Area: __________ sq. feet
Perimeter: _________ feet
&copy; 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&deg; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
0.6
8
b. What time will it
be in 27 minutes?
0.4
360 &divide; 4 = ________
270 &divide; 9 = ________
490 &divide; 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&deg; 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 &gt;, &lt;, 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 &divide; 9 = ________
1,800 &divide; 3 = ________
3,000 &divide; 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
/////////////////////////////////////// &copy;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
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
&copy; 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
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, ?= ______
&divide; △= 7, △= ______
&copy; 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
&copy; 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
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
&divide; △= 11, △= ____
&copy; 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
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 = _________
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
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
&divide; △= 7, △= ______
/////////////////////////////////////// &copy; 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
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
&copy; 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
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
&divide; △= 7, △= ______
&copy; 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
&copy; 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
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
&divide; △= 11, △= ____
&copy; 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
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 = _________
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
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
&divide; △= 7, △= ______
Don't forget to study for the test.
///////////////////////////////////////
&copy; 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&deg; turns
3 doHow
you need to create
a 65 degree angle?
65 - 1&ordm; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
&lt;
0.4
8
b. What time will it
be in 18 minutes?
0.7
4:10
Find the quotient.
200
800 &divide; 4 = ________
500
600
3,000 &divide; 5 = ________
2,500 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; 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.
4 1/8
2 - 90&ordm; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
0.4
6
9
13
______ : _______
b. What time was it
&gt; 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 &divide; 6 = ________
300
1,500 &divide; 5 = ________
320 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; turns
3 doHow
you need to create
a 90 degree angle?
90 - 1&ordm; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
&lt;
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 &divide; 8 = ________
300
90
540 &divide; 6 = ________
2,100 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; turns
3doHow
you need to create
a 90 degree angle?
70 boxes
2 - 45&ordm; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
0.6
10
26
______ : _______
b. What time was it
&lt; 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 &divide; 4 = 2,000
________
300
1,200 &divide; 4 = ________
420 &divide; 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
&copy; 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&deg; turns
3 doHow
you need to create
a 180 degree angle?
180 - 1&ordm; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
&gt;
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 &divide; 4 = ________
30
70
490 &divide; 7 = ________
270 &divide; 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?
2 3/8
8ft.
8 feet
17ft.
136
50 feet
Perimeter: _________
Area: __________ sq. feet
many 45&deg; turns
13doHow
you need to create
a 180 degree angle?
4 - 45&ordm; 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 &gt;, &lt;, or =.
0.72 &lt;
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 &divide; 9 = ________
600
600
3,000 &divide; 5 = ________
1,800 &divide; 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.
///////////////////////////////////////
&copy; Math Tech Connections
Quiz