Presentation on theme: "November 2008 Kindergarten Math SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Name something that is in the shape of a sphere. 2 Would you eat breakfast."— Presentation transcript:
November 2008 Kindergarten Math SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Name something that is in the shape of a sphere. 2 Would you eat breakfast in the morning or afternoon? 3 Draw a circle. Draw a square beside it. 4 Which coin is worth 25 cents? 5 How are rectangles and squares alike? How are they different? 6 Anna has 3 cats. Don has 4 dogs. Who has more pets? 7 Write the numbers What is your favorite thing to do in the evening? 9 Draw five hats. 10 Nick bought five pieces of pie. He paid with five nickels. How much money did Nick spend? 11 There are 5 people in Matt’s family. How many legs are in his family? 12 Draw a square. Draw a triangle inside the square. 13 How many turkeys are at the bottom of this page? 14 How many letters are in your last name? Your first? 15 Draw 8 triangles. 16 Which day of the week comes after Wednesday? 17 Name something that is in the shape of a cube. 18 Write the number nine. Draw nine smiling faces. 19 What is the name of the month that comes before November? 20 Are there more faces or moons? 21 Maya has five apples. Chris has two apples. How many apples do they have all together? 22 Write the number that shows how many leaves are at the bottom of this page. 23 Write the number that equals six Name this shape. 25 Write the word for Do you go to bed in the morning or the evening? 27 Draw a rectangle below a circle. 28 Is an elephant shorter than a man? 29 Which coin is worth 5 cents?
November st grade Math SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Heidi has 3 dogs, 1 cat, and 2 birds. Madison has 1 bird, 2 cats, and 4 dogs. Who has more pets? 2 Write four addition sentences that have a sum of If 5 +6 = 11, then 6 +___=11. 4 What is an addend? 5 Make a picture using two circles and one square = ___ = 5 + ___ 7 Make three story problems that have the sum of eight. 8 Count by 5s to Stu made 5 chocolate pies. Lora made 3 lemon pies. How many pies do they have all together? 10 Three cats sat on the steps. One of the cats left. How many cats are sitting on the steps? 11 There are 5 kids at the bus stop. 3 kids get on the bus. Write a number sentence that shows how many kids are left at the bus stop = = = = 13 If you are sixu years old and tomorrow is your birthday, how old will you be tomorrow? 14 How many times does the minute hand move around the face of the clock in one hour? 15 If Matt is first in line and there are 4 people between him and Eric, what place in line is Eric? 16 How many days are in one week? 17 Do you eat breakfast before lunch? 18 Write the fact family for How many triangles are in this picture? 20 Name this figure. 21 Which is longer? Lunch time or snack time 22Which is longer? A school day or a movie 23 How many months are in one year? What day of the week is November 27 th ? = = = 26 How many weeks are in November? 27 Name this figure. 28 Which is shorter? A Sneeze or a tv show 29 Name something that is shaped like a rectangle.
November nd grade Math SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Fill in the missing numbers 20, __, 40, 50, __ 2 There are 5 birds in a tree. How many bird legs do you see? 3 Write three equations that equal Complete the pattern. 12, __, 16, 18, ___ 5 __quarters=$1.00 __dimes = $1.00 __nickels=$ Compare using > < = 34 ____33 43 __ __ two tens 7Subtract 15 – 9 = 22 – 10 = 18 – 9 = 30 – 10 = 8 Karen wants to buy a pen that costs 75 cents. She has 2 quarters and 3 dimes. Does she have enough money? 9Draw a venn diagram to represent the following categories. Triangles, red shapes 10 How many tens are in these number s? How many minutes are in a half hour? 12 Write the number that has 3 thousands, 4 hundreds, and 5 ones. 13 Jeff has twice as many crayons as Joan. Joan has 12 crayons. How many does Jeff have? 14 Which shape has more sides? A trapezoid or a pentagon 15 Jim had 50 cents. He paid 45 cents for a candy bar. How much change will he get? 16Add = = = = 17 I have 2 more tens than I do ones. I have 5 ones. What number am I? 18 Name this solid figure. Find something in this form at your house = = = 20How many hundreds are in the these numbers? 1, It is 2 o’clock. What time will it be in three hours? 22 What would you use to measure the temperature of the air on the playground? 23 How many hours are in one day? 24 Draw a clock that shows 15 minutes before 3. 25Write this number in expanded form If the temperature is 46 degrees, is it above freezing? 27 Subtract 221 – 20= 28 Write 3 equations that equal I am a number that has 4 ones and 5 tens. What am I?
November rd grade Math SundayMondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturday 1 Draw a pentagon = _ = 6 + __ = 3 + ___ 3 Jo is planning a party for 15 friends. She has 3 tables. How many friends can sit at each table? 4 20 ÷ 5 = ___ 36 ÷ 6 = ___ 72 ÷ 8 = ___ 15 ÷ 3 = ___ 5 Round 4,389 to the hundreds place. 6 Use > < = 234 ___ ___ Nancy has a dozen roses. If she gives away half of her roses, how many will she have left? 8 How many days are in one year? 9 What is a quotient? What is a dividend? Give an example of each 10 I have 3 dozen donuts. How many donuts do I have? 11 Round these numbers to the nearest tens place Alisa has 3 brothers. If each of her brothers has 2 friends over to play, how many boys are playing? 13 4 x 3 = 2 x 4 = 7 x 7 = 6 x 4 = 14 Howard has 3 quarters, 2 dimes, and 4 pennies. How much money does that equal? 15 Write the following in expanded form. 4, x9 = 11 x 7 = 9 x 2 = 8 x 7 = 17 Betty wants to buy 10 pieces of gum. The gum costs 5 cents a piece. How much money does she need? 18 The Hawks football team scored 4 touchdowns worth 6 points each. How many points did they score? 19 Dan has 23 relatives coming for Thanksgiving. Each table can seat 6. How many tables does he need? 20 There are 2 pies. One pie has 4 equal pieces and one pie has 6 equal pieces. Which pie has larger pieces? 21 Peg has 45 cookies. There are 8 people eating cookies. How many cookies can each person have? 22 8 x 6 = 4 x 2 = 6 x 6 = 7 x 7 = 23 3, , Explain what a remainder is in a division problem. 25 Draw a hexagon. 26 Identify this triangle. 27 Draw an obtuse angle. 28 If 3 x 6 =18, then 18 ÷ 3 = ___ 18 ÷ 6 =____ 29 Draw two shapes that are congruent.