## Presentation on theme: "Are You Smarter Than a 3rd Grader? 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."— Presentation transcript:

Are You Smarter Than a 3rd Grader?

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

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

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?

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

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

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

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 =

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

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

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

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

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

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?

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

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

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

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?

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

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