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March 2009 Kindergarten SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 How many pennies would you need to buy a pencil that costs 42 cents? 2 I have two dimes. How many pennies does that equal? 3 Draw a kite that is in the shape of a rectangle. 4 Write the digits 0 -9 twice. 5 Write down two different equations that equal 10. 6 Draw your favorite shape. Name something that is shaped like it. 7 Find two cylinders in your home. 8 Draw 7 clouds. 9 Count the number of letters in the word Georgia. 10 Which month comes after March? 11 I have 5 stuffed animals. How many more do I need to equal 10? 12 Draw a shape that has 4 sides that are equal. Name this shape. 13 Tom has 10 cookies. He wants to share them equally between 5 people. How many cookies does each person get? 14 Which is lighter? A feather or a bed A shoe or a dog A crayon or a carton of milk 15 Dan brought home 5 peaches. His brother ate 2 of them. How many are left? 16 Morgan’s birthday is on the third Tuesday of March. When is her birthday? 17 Which is heavier? A cat or a boy A baseball or a basketball 18 Count by tens to 100. 19 Name this polygon. 20 Which number is one more than 6? 21 Write your last name. How many letters are there? Do the same with your first name. 22 Count back from 10 to 1. 23 Jon has 7 cars in his collection. He wants to have 10. How many more cars does he need to equal 10? 24 Today is Tuesday. What day was yesterday? What day will it be in one week? 25 Asa has 3 nickels. How many pennies are equal to 3 nickels? 26 Dan is in front of Beth in line. Beth is fourth in line. What place in line is Dan? 27 Draw a shape that has five sides and five corners. 28Name this solid figure. 29 3 birds are in the nest. 2 birds fly away. How many birds are now in the nest? 30 Which numbers come between 10 and 15? 31 What is one combination of coins that equals 10 cents?

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March 2009 1 st Grade SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 The answer is 20. What is the question? 2 Name the shape that has five corners and five sides. 3 Write 2 equations that have 10 as the answer. 4 Add 2 + 4 + 2 = 1 + 4 + 3 = 3 + 2 + 5 = 5 Order from greatest to least 3, 86, 11, 100, 2 6 Which is larger? 23 or 76 65 or 55 42 or 17 7 There are 8 kites flying on the beach. 4 are red and the rest are blue. How many are blue? 8 Complete the pattern 10, __, 30, __,40, ___ 9 Which weighs more? A dog or a car A boy or an ant 10 Eli has 3 quarters and 1 nickel. He wants to buy an airplane that costs $1.00. Does he have enough money? 11 Draw a picture using 2 triangles, 1 circle, and 4 squares. 12 Name the number that is 10 more than 4. 13 I have a $10 dollar bill. How many $5 dollar bills is it equal to? 14 Pam’s party is on March 16 th. What day of the week is her party? 15 Write your last name. Is the number of letters in your name even or odd? 16 Name two things that come in a pair. 17 Write the days of the week in the order that they occur. 18 Asa has 3 nickels. How many pennies are equal to 3 nickels? 19 Name the number that is one less than 34. 20 Name this solid figure. 21 How many tens are in the number 24? 22 Add 6+5= 10+6= 9+7= 23 Josh is 3 years younger than his brother Nick. Nick is 16 years old. How old is Josh? 24 Today is Tuesday. What day was yesterday? What day will it be in one week? 25 Name two things in your house that are about 1 foot long. 26 Count forward by 5’s from 0 -50. 27 The clown is holding 6 balloons. He gives 3 balloons to you. How many balloons do you each have? 28 Count backwards by 10 from 50 to 0. 29 I have 3 pennies and 6 nickels. How much money do I have? 30 What time does school begin? 31 Would you eat breakfast at 7:00 am or 7:00 pm?

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March 2009 2 nd grade SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Name the number that is twenty more than 17. 2 Pam’s party is on March 16 th. What day of the week is her party? 3 Draw a polygon that has five sides. Name your shape. 4 Name two cylinders you have in your home. 5 Macy has $1.00. She wants to buy two pens that cost 60 cents each. Does she have enough money? 6 How many sides does a quadrilateral have? 7 Which is larger? 14 ___41 10 +3 ____ 13 87 ____23 8 + 5 ____9 + 4 8 Count by 10’s starting with 3. Count to 63. 9 On a solid figure, what is a face? What is an edge? 10 Would you eat breakfast at 7:00 am or 7:00 pm? 11 Write the number that has 4 tens and 8 ones. 12 Is 26 closer to 20 or 30? Is 52 closer to 50 or 100? 13 The first game of the season is on March 20th. What day of the week is that? 14 It is half past midnight. What is the time? 15 How many faces are found on a cube? How many edges does a cube have? 16 What is the value of the in the number 76? 17 Hailey’s bus is first in line. Danny’s bus is 3 buses behind hers. What place in line is Danny’s bus? 18 Count by 10’s starting at number 4. Count to 54. 19 Order from greatest to least 3, 86, 11, 100, 2 20 Blake’s team scored 14 runs. Ron’s team scored 10 runs. How many more runs did Blake’s team score? 21 Morgan has 5 red pens, 5 blue pens, and 5 black pens. How many pens does she have? 22 What time does school begin? 23 Mark has twice as many baseballs as Mel. Mel has 4 baseballs. How many baseballs does Mark have? 24 How many inches are equal to one foot? How many feet are equal to one yard? 25 17+16= 26+12= 26 Count by 10’s starting at number 2. Count to 62. 27 On a cube, what is the shape of the faces? 28 The answer is one foot. What is the question? 29 Count by 10’s starting at number5. Count to 55. 30 If I have two trapezoids, what other polygon can I make? 31 Which is longer? Yard or meter Inch or yard

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