Math CC Review 25 SHOW YOUR WORK!


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1 Math CC Review 25 SHOW YOUR WORK! What time is it? Place <, >, = Write the numbers: 6 tens, 5 ones 2 tens, 12 ones Oliver had 14 pennies. He gave 4 to Karl. How many pennies did Oliver have left? Represent on the number line Write the missing numbers:, 71,, 73,, 75,
2 Math CC Review 210 SHOW YOUR WORK! What time is it? Place <, >, = Write the numbers: 3 tens, 19 ones 4 tens, 8 ones Romy made a picture of with leaves. She used 5 red leaves, 6 orange leaves and 4 brown leaves. How many leaves did Romy use? Represent on the number line Write the missing numbers:, 33,, 35,,
3 Math CC Review 215 SHOW YOUR WORK! What time is it? Place <, >, = Write the missing numbers: + 8 = 12 3 =  5 Lizzy had 15 pumpkin seeds. She game some to Alyssa. Now Lizzy has 10 pumpkin seeds. How many did she give to Alyssa? Represent on the number line Use sticks and dots to show 41 two different ways. 7
4 Math CC Review 220 SHOW YOUR WORK! Count the coins and write the total It is worth. Tell how many Hundreds (H), Tens (T), and Ones (O) the number has. H Write the missing numbers: = T O = + 2 Write the missing number in the box Use sticks and dots to show 30 two different ways. 7
5 Math CC Review 225 SHOW YOUR WORK! Count the coins and write the total Solve = = Write the missing numbers: = = + 6 Write the missing number in the box Write the number.
6 Math CC Review 230 SHOW YOUR WORK! Circle the number that is even Use the number you circled as the sum and write the doubles fact. + = Place <, >, = Write in expanded form. 244 = Write the number that is 10 more and 10 less than the number below. 671 Ten Less Ten More Solve. Show your strategy. Michael Phelps has 22 Olympic medals. He has 18 gold, 2 silver, and the rest are bronze. How many bronze medals does he have?
7 Math CC Review 235 SHOW YOUR WORK! Circle the number that is even Use the number you circled as the sum and write the doubles fact. + = Place <, >, = Use the clues to write the number. I have 7 Hundreds and 4 Ones. Write the number that is 100 more and 100 less than the number below. 139 One Hundred Less One Hundred More Solve. Show your strategy. Ashley read 36 pages of a book. Madison read 44 pages of a book. How many more pages did Madison read?
8 Math CC Review 240 SHOW YOUR WORK! What time is it? Write the total Use the clues to write the number. I have 9 Hundreds, 1 Ten and 9 Ones Break apart one or both numbers to make them easier to add =
9 Math CC Review 245 SHOW YOUR WORK! What time is it? Write the total 323 Break apart one or both numbers to make them easier to add =
10 Math CC Review 250 SHOW YOUR WORK! What time is it? Write the total 608 Break apart one number to make it easier to subtract =
11 Math CC Review 255 SHOW YOUR WORK! Fill in the boxes to skip count by the following numbers Break apart one or both numbers to make them easier to add =
12 Math CC Review 255 SHOW YOUR WORK!
13 Math CC Review 260 SHOW YOUR WORK! Add. Write an equation to match the rectangular array = Fill in the boxes to skip count by the following numbers Write 2 numbers less than 325 Fill in the chart. Model Number Number Word Expanded Form
14 Math CC Review 260 SHOW YOUR WORK!
15 Math CC Review 265 SHOW YOUR WORK! Add. Write an equation to match the rectangular array = Fill in the boxes to skip count by the following numbers Write a number that comes between the two numbers Fill in the chart. Model Number Number Word Expanded Form 109
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17 Math CC Review 270 SHOW YOUR WORK! I have 2 quarters, 4 dimes, and 3 pennies. How much money do I have? Write the missing number = + 5 Use the clues to answer the Number Riddle. I fall between 700 and 800. My ones digit is the sum of My tens digit is double my ones digit. Solve. Show your work on the number line. Anthony had 93 pennies in his bank. He spent 16 of them. How many pennies are still in his bank?
18 Math CC Review 275 SHOW YOUR WORK! I have 5 dimes, 8 nickels, and 2 pennies. How much money do I have? Write the missing number. Use the clues to answer the Number Riddle = + 7 I am a two digit number. I am an odd number. The sum of my digits is 6. What number could I be? Solve. Show your strategy. I saw 34 animals in the forest. I saw 12 squirrels, 15 rabbits, and some birds. How many of the animals were birds?
19 Use Math CC Review 280 SHOW YOUR WORK! Q D N P to show a representation of Write the missing number = 3 + Use the clues to answer the Number Riddle. I am a three digit number. I am greater than 870. I am less than 900. I am an even number. What number could I be? Solve. Show your strategy. There were 38 stuffed animals in the toy box. There were 11 bears and 14 bunnies. The rest were dogs. How many dogs were there?
20 Math CC Review 285 SHOW YOUR WORK! Draw the hands on the clock to show the time: 6: Tell how many Hundreds (H), Tens (T), and Ones (O) the number has. H 509 T O Look for a pattern and fill in the missing numbers Break apart one or both of the numbers to make them easier to add =
21 Math CC Review 290 SHOW YOUR WORK! Draw the hands on the clock to show the time: 10: Tell how many Hundreds (H), Tens (T), and Ones (O) the number has. H 202 T O Look for a pattern and fill in the missing numbers Break apart one or both of the numbers to make them easier to add =
22 Math CC Review 295 SHOW YOUR WORK! Order the numbers from least to greatest ,, Least Solve: = Greatest JJ went to see fireworks on the 4 th of July. Write the time and circle AM or PM. AM PM Use your ruler to measure the length of the arrow to the nearest inch and centimeter. inches centimeters
23 Math CC Review 295 SHOW YOUR WORK!
24 Math CC Review SHOW YOUR WORK! Order the numbers from least to greatest ,, Least Solve: Greatest = We played flashlight tag after dark at 8:45. Draw the hands on the clock to show the time and circle AM or PM. AM PM Use your ruler to measure the length of the line to the nearest inch and centimeter. inches centimeters
25 Math CC Review SHOW YOUR WORK!
26 Math CC Review SHOW YOUR WORK! Tell how many Hundreds (H), Tens (T), and Ones (O) the number has. H 390 T O Place <, >, = Identify the shape: Name Number of sides Solve: = = Explain how solving helps you to solve
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