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2 4 5 6 Telling Time Adding 2Digits Fractions Subtracting 2Digits Adding and Subtracting Money A. Draw the hands on each clock face to show the time. 12:20 6:05 9:35 1:50 10:40 1:32 9:41 11:24 6:58 B. Solve the addition problems. The first one is done for you! A. Write the fraction that represents the shaded parts of each group B. Solve the subtraction problems. The first one is done for you! Add or subtract money. Don t forget the currency symbol and decimal point. $2.00 $5.54 $8.02 $ $ $ $ $3.02 $5.47 $5.86 $8.18 $7.67 $4.13 $3.45 $2.46 $ $ $ $ $5.57 $8.89 $6.69 $8.69 $9.59 $6.72 $3.42 $2.49 $ $ $5.36 $0.32 $4.52 $8.87 $8.78 $2.17 $3.42 $8.56 $6.48 $2.96 $4.58 $0.36 $3.05 $1.43 $0.26 $8.20 $3.43 $1.53 $4.32 Pound Euro Chinese Yuan Russian Ruble Estimating Sums Adding 3Digits Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred. Solve the actual problems for the first four as well estimate: 1200 estimate: estimate: 1500 estimate: estimate: 1600 estimate: Estimating Differences Subtracting 3Digits Estimate the differences by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred. Solve the actual problems for the first four as well estimate: 400 estimate: estimate: 0 estimate: estimate: 600 estimate: Estimating Sums Adding 4Digits A. Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred B. Estimate the sums by rounding the numbers to the nearest thousand C. Choose four problems above to find the exact sums. You can solve all eight problems if you want! Estimating Differences Subtracting 4Digits Place Value and Expanded Notation Place Value to Millions A. Estimate the differences by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred B. Estimate the differences by rounding the numbers to the nearest thousand C. Choose four problems above to find the exact differences. You can solve all eight problems if you want! A. How many hundreds, tens, and ones are in the number 405? 4 hundreds + 0 tens + 5 ones B. Write the number 405 in expanded form, or expanded notation C. Write each number in standard form , , , , , ,295 D. Write each number in expanded form ,281 5, Write the value of each underlined digit in words. ones tens thousands hundreds hundred thousands millions 47,531 thousands 2,429 tens 19,270 thousands 25,286 ones 63,744 ten thousands 142,625 hundred thousands 731,823 hundreds 423,212 ten thousands 2,254,065 thousands 8,564,159 millions 4,378,387 hundred thousands
3 Place Value to Millions Place Value to Millions Mental Math Strategies A. Write each number in expanded form. 32,917 30, , ,890 50, , ,039 2,803,426 4,367, , , , ,000, , , ,000, , , , B. Write 4digit numbers. Then write each number in expanded form. C. Write 5digit numbers. Then write each number in expanded form. A. Write each number in standard or expanded form to complete the table. 7,325 7, ,932 9,312, , , ,000, , , , B. Write each number in standard or word form to complete the table. 12, ,719 4,502,587 twelve thousand, three hundred sixtyeight two hundred fortytwo thousand, seven hundred nineteen four million, five hundred two thousand, five hundred eightyseven A. Add or subtract mentally. Use expanded notation or rounding B. Solve each word problem mentally. 104 stamps Roger 108 stickers 17 problems 365 pages 781 candies Let s practice multiplying bigger numbers. The first two are done for you! x 4 x 4 x 3 x 30 x x 57 x 49 x 68 x 60 x x 86 x 57 x 36 x 73 x x 6 x 3 x 2 x 5 x x 26 x 37 x 46 x 35 x x 65 x 47 x 82 x 68 x x 4 x 7 x 8 x 2 x x 72 x 53 x 65 x 75 x x 17 x 72 x 86 x 55 x Two problems are done for you! x 6 x 4 x 56 x 98 5,250 2,464 23,016 24, x 532 x 253 x 321 x , , , , x 374 x 549 x 270 x , , , , x 58 x 68 x 95 x 27 43,268 24,616 13,965 25, x 43 x 34 x 91 x 27 38,958 19,652 43,862 8, x 975 x 641 x 930 x , , , , x 367 x 746 x 342 x ,497 93, , ,104
4 x 7 x 8 x 9 x 5 x x 42 x 38 x 41 x 25 x x 73 x 19 x 65 x 61 37,303 15,770 31,785 35, x 8 x 2 x 1 x 6 x x 22 x 85 x 73 x 60 x x 28 x 67 x 52 x 90 16,912 28,609 26,468 70, x 9 x 7 x 3 x 4 x x 92 x 73 x 49 x 52 x x 81 x 43 x 66 x 29 72,495 10,664 50,028 19, x 122 x 195 x 774 x , , , , x 558 x 392 x 747 x , , ,504 51, x 806 x 311 x 570 x , , , , Estimating Products A. Estimate each product by rounding the top number to the nearest hundred and the bottom number to the nearest ten and then multiplying the first digits x 34 x 30 x 49 x 50 estimate: 15,000 estimate: 15, x 54 x 50 x 86 x 90 estimate: 45,000 estimate: 72, x 87 x 90 x 93 x 90 estimate: 45,000 estimate: 81, x 11 x 10 x 35 x 40 estimate: 9,000 estimate: 16,000 B. Estimate the product by rounding the first number to the nearest thousand and the second number to the nearest hundred. 5,678 x x 500 3,000, Estimating Products A. Estimate each product by rounding the top number to the nearest hundred and the bottom number to the nearest ten and then multiplying the first digits. Solve the actual problems as well x 38 x 40 x 14 x 10 16,454 16,000 4,494 3, x 53 x 50 x 62 x 60 42,241 40,000 43,648 42,000 B. Find the difference between the actual and the estimated answers. 16,454 4,494 42,241 43,648 16,000 3,000 40,000 42, ,494 2,241 1, your answer to someone. The first one is done for you! 58 your answer to someone. 59 your answer to someone. The first one is done for you! math reading science Left Sold Walked Ran Left Used Left Spent
5 60 your answer to someone. per day 79 Multiplying Decimals A x 0.8 x 0.4 x 0.9 x x 3.7 x 2.4 x 4.6 x B. Can you solve this riddle? Use the clues to find the 7digit number Multiplying Decimals x 0.48 x 0.59 x 0.43 x x 0.54 x 0.45 x 0.12 x x 0.95 x 0.72 x 0.33 x Three Division Formats Write each division problem in three different formats. 86 Comparing Fractions and Decimals Compare the fractions and decimals. Convert each fraction to a decimal by dividing the numerator by the denominator and then compare the decimals. YOUR WORK AREA < 0.5 > > 0.75 < > 0.4 < < > > 0.25 < Dividing by 1Digit Multiplying Fractions A. Find the quotient and remainder for each division problem. 29 R 4 21 R 3 85R 4 62 R B. Multiply the fractions. Simplify your answers as much as possible. 94 Dividing by 1Digit Find the quotient and remainder for each division problem. 38 R R 2 80 R R R 4 26 R R Dividing Fractions A. Divide the fractions and whole numbers. Simplify your answers if possible. B. Can you solve this riddle? Use the clues to find the correct fraction. I am a proper fraction. My value is bigger than a third. I am not equivalent to 1/2. My numerator is even. What am I? Circle me! 141 Adding Fractions Add the fractions with like denominators. Simplify your answer and convert it to a mixed number, if needed.
6 151 A. Complete the problems. Let s Review! x 5 x B. Count by fourths from 5 to 7. C. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. $ candies 92, 84, 81, 76, 93, 76, 85 Median: 84 Range: 17 D. Complete the next worksheet, too. 151 Let s Review! D. Write your answers in the blanks provided. 700 cm 7 m There are 53 nickels in $2.65. E. How many obtuse angles are within each shape? F. Find two numbers whose product would be between 250 and 300. Can you find more pairs? 2 x x x x G. James wants to build a rectangular pen with 16 feet of fencing. Assuming the dimensions (length and width) are to be whole numbers, answer the following. a) Draw and label all the possible rectangles that James could make. b)find and record the area of each rectangle. c) Color in the rectangle that gives the greatest area. L 1 W 7 A 7 L 2 W 6 A 12 L 3 W 5 A 15 L 4 W 4 A Let s Review! A. Solve the problems x 3 x ,502 45, B. Write your answers in the blanks provided. What is 300 more than 7,845? 8,145 What is the product of 3 and 6? 18 How many meters are there in 3 kilometers? 3,000 It s 2:15 p.m. What time will it be in 45 minutes? 3:00 pm What is the digit in the ten thousands place in 23,954? 2 C. Calculate the area (A) of each shape. A 60 A 56 A 82 D. Complete the next worksheet, too. 152 Let s Review! D. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. 90 minutes 9 weeks $24 Rectangle E. Can you solve these riddles? Use the clues to find the correct answer. I have fewer than 25 coins but more than 10 coins. If I put them in piles of 4 or 5, I have 1 coin left over. How many coins do I have? I have fewer than 40 coins but more than 20 coins. If I put them in piles of 5 or 6, I have 3 coins left over. How many coins do I have? 21 coins 33 coins 153 A. Complete the problems. Let s Review! x 3 x 7 5 9,022 2, B. Write your answers in the blanks provided. How many 10s are in 10,000? 1,000 How many nickels are in 4 quarters and 7 dimes? 34 How many lines of symmetry does a square have? 4 C. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. 10 cups $16 D. Complete the next worksheet, too. 153 Let s Review! D. Measure each line to the nearest quarter inch. 1 1/4 inches 1 3/4 inches 1 1/2 inches E. Can you solve these tricky problems? Take your time and think carefully! 1x1, 2x2 squares 4, 1 1x2 or 2x1 rectangles 4 tilted (1 dot enclosed) YOUR WORK AREA Day Let s Review! A. Complete the problems x 4 x B. Write your answers in the blanks provided. How many ounces are in half of a pound? 8 oz 5 hundreds + 35 tens + 4 tenths + 24 hundredths How many pairs of parallel lines does a square have? 2 pairs C. Write the fraction that represents the shaded part of each rectangle D. Can you solve this geometry puzzle? Take your time and think carefully! 1x1, 2x2, 3x3 squares 9, 4, 1 tilted (1 dot enclosed) 4 tilted (4 dots enclosed) 2 20 E. Complete the next worksheet, too. 154 Let s Review! E. Solve each word problem. Use the space on the right for your work area. $ problems 90, 86, 82, 78, 96, 89, 85 Median: 86 Range: 18 Median: 89 Range: years 55 years
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