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Are You Smarter Than a 3rd Grader?

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Are You Smarter Than a 5 th Grader? 1,000,000 3 rd Grade Fact Families 3 rd Grade Number Stories 3 rd Grade Addition 3 rd Grade Addition 3 rd Subtraction 2nd Grade Extension Problems 2nd Grade What’s My Rule? 2 nd Grade Part Total Number Stories 2 nd Grade Part Total Number Stories 2 nd Change Number Stories 1 st Grade Fact Families 1 st Grade Fact Families 1 st Comparison Number Stories 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

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3 rd Grade Fact Families / Write fact families for the following fact triangle. 25 10

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3 rd Grade Fact Families Answer / 25=15+10 / 25=10+15 / 10=25-15 / 15=25-10 / 25=15+10 / 25=10+15 / 10=25-15 / 15=25-10 Return

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3 rd Grade Number Stories Zookeepers watched a clutch of 54 python eggs. On the first day, 18 eggs hatched. On the second day, 11 more hatched. How many eggs did not hatch?

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3 rd Grade Number Stories Answer 25 eggs Return 54 1811 25

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3 rd Grade Addition / Add the following numbers together. 27 +45 __________ / Add the following numbers together. 27 +45 __________

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3 rd Grade Addition Answer 27 +45 __________ 72 27 +45 __________ 72 Fis Return

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3 rd Grade Subtraction / Subtract the following numbers. 45 -19 _____________ / Subtract the following numbers. 45 -19 _____________

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3 rd Grade Subtraction Answer 45 -19 _____________ 26 45 -19 _____________ 26 Return

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2 nd Grade Extension Problems / Answer the following problems. / 12 - 5 = / 22 - 5 = / 52 – 5 = / 82 – 5 = / Answer the following problems. / 12 - 5 = / 22 - 5 = / 52 – 5 = / 82 – 5 =

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2 nd Grade Extension Problems Answer / 12 - 5 = 7 / 22 - 5 = 17 / 52 – 5 = 47 / 82 – 5 = 77 / 12 - 5 = 7 / 22 - 5 = 17 / 52 – 5 = 47 / 82 – 5 = 77 A Return

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2 nd Grade What’s My Rule? / Complete the Rule Chart Below. InOut 33 4045 52 108 Rule

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2 nd Grade What’s My Rule? Answer Return InOut 2833 4045 5257 103108 Rule +5

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2nd Grade Part Total Number Stories / Joey bought 13 suckers. His friend, Jason, has 18 suckers. How many suckers did they have all together?

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2nd Grade Part Total Number Stories Answer 31 suckers Return 31 1318

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2nd Grade Change Number Stories / Maria’s brother had 40 pencils at the beginning of the year. He gave 13 pencils to his friend George. How many pencils does he have now?

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2nd Grade Number Stories Answer 27 pencils Return Start 40 Change - 13 End 27

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1st Grade Fact Families 30 15 Write fact families for the following fact triangle.

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1st Grade Fact Families Answer / 30 + 15 = 45 / 15 + 30 = 45 / 30 = 45 – 15 / 15 = 45 - 30 / 30 + 15 = 45 / 15 + 30 = 45 / 30 = 45 – 15 / 15 = 45 - 30 Return

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1st Grade Comparison Number Stories / The high temperature outside in Cincinnati yesterday was 65 degrees. Today’s high temperature is 71. What is the difference between the two high temperatures in Cincinnati?

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1st Grade Comparison Number Stories Answer 6 degrees Return Difference = 6 Quantity 71 Quantity 65

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Million Dollar Question Grade 3 Addition

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1,000,000 Question / Add the following numbers. 25 + 14 + 36 + 25 = ???? / Add the following numbers. 25 + 14 + 36 + 25 = ????

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1,000,000 Answer / The answer is 100!!! Return

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