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2 Going into Third Grade Directions: Follow the daily activities to practice different math concepts. Feel free to extend any of the activities listed. When the work is completed, have a parent initial the box showing that you completed that activity. Give the Write all the addition sentences that have an answer of 9. Now write all the addition facts that have an answer of 10. Skip count by 2 s, 5 s, 10 s to 100. Write each pattern on a piece of paper. Subtract: = = = List the ages of each family member. Use these numbers to write as many number sentences as possible using the greater than and less than signs. Use a ruler to measure 5 things in your house. Arrange them in order from tallest to shortest. Use paper clips to measure a pencil, pen, and book. Draw a picture of the items from shortest to longest. Solve the problems below and then draw a picture to match each number sentence = = Tell how many tens are in each number below. 63, 48, 18, 95, 30. Draw three shapes. Color 1/ 4 of each shape red. Solve the problems below and make up a story for each problem = 15-8 = Write each number below in expanded form. (Ex. 234 = ) 572, 386, 104, 840, 581 Use coins to count back the change you would get if you bought candy for 12 cents and paid for it with a quarter. Is the number of pets in your house greater or less than the number of people? Write a number sentence using greater than or less than sign to show this. Add: = = = Find four canned food items. Which one do you think is the lightest? Which one do you think is the heaviest? Weigh them to find out.

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