1 Mathematics 1 Homework 2 Exercise 1. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Compare the measurements ( > < = ). 3 in 9 in 5 in + 2 in 2 in + 5 in 5 in 2 in 6 in 3 in 6 in + 1 in 6 in 7 in 7 in 4 in 5 in 4 in Exercise 2. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Use an appropriate sign: Exercise 3. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING The sum of the lengths of the sides of a triangle is 7 inches (if you remember from the classwork, it s called perimeter). Two of the sides of the triangle are equal and their length is 2 inches each. Find the length of the third side.
2 Exercise 4. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Can we find a number in the middle? How? Exercise 5. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Four people shook hands with each other's. How many handshakes were there? To answer this question you might need to draw a picture: Exercise 6. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Red cube is to the left of Kate, and to the right of Mary. Use K for Kate and M for Mary to mark each girl.
3 Exercise 8. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Pete walks from school to his home. The trees to the left of Pete have yellow leaves. The trees to the right of Pete have green leaves. Color the trees. Exercise 10. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Compute: = = = = = = = = =
4 Exercise 11. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING From what number of sheep do you need to subtract 9 sheep so that you would be left with none? One sheep tucked up two legs and fell down. Another sheep tucked up 3 legs and fell down even faster. Third sheep tucked only one leg up and did not fell. How many legs did the sheeps tuck up altogether? Exercise 12. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING
5 Mathematics 1 Homework 4 Exercise 1. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Michael decided to water the grass in his backyard and brought 3 buckets of water. His friends Anna and Peter wanted to help him and brought 5 buckets and 1 bucket of water respectively. How many buckets of water did they bring at all? What is the measure unit in the story? Draw a picture if you need. Exercise 2. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Liter. Complete: 9 L -- L = 3 L L 4 L = 4 L 7 L 6 L = L L + 2 L = 8 L 4 L + 3 L 5 L = L 6 L 5 L + 8 L = L
6 Exercise 3. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING a) There were several birds on a branch. At first, 3 birds flew away. Then 5 more birds flew away. How many birds left the branch altogether? b) There were 8 cookies in a box. Catherine ate 4 cookies. How many cookies were left in the box? c) There were 7 planes in the airport. At first 2 planes took off. Then 3 more planes took off. How many planes took off in all? How many planes were left in the airport? Exercise 4. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Exercise 5. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING
7 Arrange the shapes using the parts of the square. Color them. Exercise 6. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Catherine, Mary, and Anna are at the table. There is a car to the left of Catherine, and a drum to the right of Anna. Using the letters C (Catherine), M (Mary), and A (Anna), mark the place where each girl sits. Exercise 7. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING
8 The Prince wants to reach the castle where his Princess lives. He has to walk among the trees so that every dark green tree is to his right, and every light green tree is to his left. Exercise 8. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Catherine, Mary, Rachel, Alex, and Jessica are in the circle. Catherine is to the right of Alex. Rachel is between Alex and Mary. Jessica is to the left of Mary. Using the letters C (Catherine), M (Mary), R (Rachel), A (Alex), and J (Jessica), mark the place of each child in the circles below. Exercise 9. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING
9 Count the cubes: Exercise 10. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Encode the shapes with corresponding arrows Decode the arrows into shapes Make your own code! Exercise 11. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING
10 Color the heavier toy on the scales. If possible, decide which animal weights less. Color the animal. Exercise 12. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING What is the perimeter of the following figures? Assume that the length of one square is 1 in.
11 Exercise 13. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Complete the pattern: Exercise 14. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Pick 3 colors and color these pencils: Using the colors above, color the toys in different patterns. Make sure that the adjacent parts of the toys have different colors. How many toys were you able to color?
12 Mathematics 1 Homework 6 Exercise 1 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING I have 3 apples in my refrigerator, and I have 5 more apples on the table than in the refrigerator. How many apples do I have in all? 1) 2) Exercise 2 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Write a number story for the picture below. What is the unit of measurement in this story? 1) 2)
13 Exercise 3 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Find the addition pairs for numbers 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Exercise 4 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Compute, use the number line if necessary Exercise 5. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING The Frog decided to celebrate her birthday. She invited a lot of guests for her birthday party. The Fox came earlier than the Bear. The Wolf came later than the Rabbit. The Bear came earlier that the Rabbit. The Bird came later than the Wolf. Who was the first to come? Who was the last? In what order did the guests come? Bear Rabbit
14 Exercise 6 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING 1) Color the biggest rectangle: 2) Now color two smaller rectangles in different colors: 3) So how many rectangles can you see in the picture now: Exercise 7 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING The team called Knights is to the left of the judge. A team called Mermaids is on the opposite side of the Knights. Color the uniforms of the teams if the Knights have red uniforms, and the Mermaids have green uniform. Exercise 6 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Count the cubes.
15 Exercise 8 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING These animals live in the castle: Wolf, Frog, Rooster and Mouse. - Wolf lives between Frog and Rooster; - Mouse lives above Wolf; - Rooster lives next to the door. Place the animals in correct order. Write the first letter of each animal in the picture below. Exercise 9 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING
16 Exercise 10 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING The train goes through the magic gates which can change the colors of the cars. The colors should change according to the diagram below. Draw how the train will look like after the gates. Now magic gates can change the shape of the cars of the train. Draw the train after the gates if the shape will change according to the diagram below.
17 Exercise 11 Challenge! Pick a number and write it in the blue square. Now follow the two paths of addition and subtraction to get two different numbers. End Compare the two answers, put either or End Determine the sum and the difference
18 Mathematics 1 Homework 8 Exercise 1 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Exercise 2 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Exercise 3 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Exercise 4 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING There were 9 dogs in a park. Two dogs were white, three dogs were black, and the rest of the dogs were brown. How many brown dogs were in the park?
19 Exercise 5 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Put proper numbers into blue squares: Exercise 6 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Annie and Cathie are friends. The last name of one of them is Smith and the other girl s last name is Brown. What is Annie s last name if we know that Cathie and Brown are in the same class? Exercise 7 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Tammy is taller than Cathie, but shorter than Annie. Annie is shorter than Rachel, and Cathie is taller than Stacie. Who is taller Tammy or Rachel? Rachel or Stacie? Who is shorter Stacie or Tammy? Exercise 8 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING How much does watermelon a weigh? How much does watermelon b weigh? Which one is heavier? How we can balance the scale on the third picture?
20 Exercise 9 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Winnie the Pooh has 5 apples, and Piglet has 3 more apples than Winnie. How many apples do Winnie and Piglet have in all? Exercise 10 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Exercise 11 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Complete the rug if its right side has the same pattern as its left side.
21 Exercise 12 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Try to determine who likes which sport, if you know: 1) Pete doesn t play basketball or hockey; 2) Andrew doesn t play tennis or basketball; 3) Tom doesn t play tennis or hockey. Pete Andrew Tom Connect the boys with their equipment. Exercise 13 EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Circle all scale that work properly, if you know that pear is twice as heavy as apple.
22 Mathematics 1 Homework 10 Exercise 1. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Find X Exercise 2. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Write equation and solve it to find X Exercise 3. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Compare the expressions below:
23 Exercise 4.EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Solve the equations to find X. Check your answer the same way we did in class. a) X + 4 = 10 b) 10 X = 1 c) X 10 = 2 Check: Check: Check: a) X + 5 = 15 b) 12 X = 4 c) X 3 = 11 Check: Check: Check: Exercise 5. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING How much time do 100 hens need to lay 100 eggs if 5 hens need 5 minutes to lay 5 eggs?
24 Exercise 6. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Copy the design exactly in the square next to it
25 Exercise 7. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING o There are 6 pancakes on a plate. How many plates do we need to place 2 pancakes on each plate? o There were 6 birds on a tree branch. 2 birds flew to the opposite branch of the same tree. How many birds are there on the tree? o There are three brothers in the family. Each brother has one sister. How many children are there in the family? o Geese and dogs were playing together in the yard. A boy counted their feet. He found that they had 8 feet altogether. How many geese and dogs are there? o An old woman was walking to the market. She met three men. Each man had 2 sons with him. How many people were walking to the market?
26 Exercise 8. EASY HARD INTERESTING BORING Color the rings so that: a) The red ring is on top of the green one b) The green ring is on top of the red one The green ring is connected to the red one. Show a place on either ring where a cut could be made to disconnect the rings. Cut out the rings from the next page. Making just one cut in one of the rings try to arrange them as shown in examples a) and b)
28 Math 1 Homework 12 Problem 1. Problem 2. Problem 3. Winnie The Pooh collected 3 cups of blueberries, and collected 4 more cups of raspberries than blueberries. How many cups of berries did he collect? B R Answer:
29 Problem 4. Problem 5. Add up to 10: Problem 6. Problem 7. Daniels Плиз пидумай mother took подобную him to the zoo. задачу There и were нарисуй 15 animals только at the схемку zoo (gorillas, к ней. Остальное неважно. lions and parrots). There were 4 gorillas, and 7 lions. Since Daniel knows there are only three types of animals at the zoo, how many parrots are there at the zoo? G L P Problem 8* a) How can we place 2 chairs, touching 4 walls so that there's is one chair at every wall? b) How can we place 3 chairs, touching 4 walls so that there's is one chair at every wall? c) How can we place 4 chairs, touching 4 walls so that there's are 2 chairs at every wall? d) How can we place 7 chairs, touching 4 walls so that there's is an equal number at every wall?
30 Problem 9. From figure This figure was cut off What will the resulting figure look like? Connect those two figures which could make the figure on the right Problem 10. Which figure does not belong?
31 Problem 11. Fill in the boxes Problem 12. Complete the table and pictures Problem 13.
32 Math 1. Homework 14 Problem 1 Counting by tens. Problem 2 Compare tens. Problem 3 Add and subtract tens. Problem 4
33 Problem 5 Problem 6 Measure the segment AB, which is 20 black units long, with red, yellow, green and blue units. Do you need more shorter units or longer units to cover the length of AB? Problem 7 James had 50 stamps and Jeffrey had 30. How may stamps should James give Jeffrey so they have equal amount? Problem 8 Fill in the empty places. Each shape hides a number! (the same shape hides the same number each time)
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