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Are You Smarter Than a Longfellow 5 th Grader?

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1,000,000 5th Grade Geometry 5th Grade Measurement 4th Grade Subtraction 4th Grade Subtraction 4th Grade Statistics 3rd Grade Comparingg 3rd Grade Addition 2nd Grade Patterns 2nd Grade Skip2nd Grade SkipCounting 1st Grade Addition 1st Grade Money 500,000 300,000 175,000 100,000 50,000 25,000 10,000 5,000 2,000 1,000

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5th Grade Geometry Question / What is the name of the shape used in this picture? AND list how many corners the shape has!

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5th Grade Geometry Answer / That shape is a HEXAGON! / AND it has 6 corners! / That shape is a HEXAGON! / AND it has 6 corners! Return

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5th Grade MEASUREMENT Question / How many cups are in one gallon?

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5th Grade MEASUREMENT Answer / There are 16 cups in one gallon! Return

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4th Grade Subtraction Question / Mr. E started the field trip with 43 third graders. After his nap she realized she had only 21 second graders on the bus. How many second graders are NOT on the bus?

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4th Grade Subtraction Answer / Mr. E only lost 22 second graders! Return

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4th Grade Statistics Question / Which grade has the east number of students riding the bus?

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4th Grade Stastics Answer / Eighth grade has the least amount of student riding the bus. Return

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3rd Grade Comparing Question / Which is the correct sign to use in this math sentence? / 433,997_____ 433,979 / A. > / B. < / C. = / Which is the correct sign to use in this math sentence? / 433,997_____ 433,979 / A. > / B. < / C. =

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3rd Grade Comparing Answer / The correct answer is / 3,997 > 3,979 / The correct answer is / 3,997 > 3,979 Return

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3rd Grade Addition Question / Mrs. Stanton has 15 trolls living in her closet. Mr. Esposito has 37 trolls living under her desk. Ms. Pagels has 11 trolls living IN her desk. Mr. Hurd has 22 trolls hiding outside her classroom. How many trolls do the 3rd grade teachers have to deal with?

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3rd Grade Addition Answer / There are 85 trolls in third grade! Be careful! They like to hug!

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2nd Grade Patterns Question / What are the next three shapes in this pattern

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2nd Grade Patterns Answer / The pattern is: Return

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2nd Grade Skip Counting Question / Use skip counting to find the next three numbers: / 6,12,18,24,___,___,___ / Use skip counting to find the next three numbers: / 6,12,18,24,___,___,___

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2nd Grade Skip Counting Answer / The next three are: / 30,36,42 / The next three are: / 30,36,42 Return

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1st Grade Addition Question / What is the sum of the following numbers? / 19+13+7+5= / What is the sum of the following numbers? / 19+13+7+5=

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1st Grade Addition Answer / The SUM is 44 Return

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1st Grade $Money$ Question / Mrs. Ketter has / Mrs. Nowack has / Who has a larger sum of money? / Mrs. Ketter has / Mrs. Nowack has / Who has a larger sum of money?

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1st Grade $Money$ Answer / Mrs. Ketter has two $5 bills= $10 / Mrs. Nowack has two $50 bills=$100 / Mrs. Nowack has the higher sum! / Mrs. Ketter has two $5 bills= $10 / Mrs. Nowack has two $50 bills=$100 / Mrs. Nowack has the higher sum! Return

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Million Dollar Question PROBLEM SOLVING

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Final Exam Question The third grade team donates $1/week to charity each year. The second grade team donates $50/year to charity. Who donates more money each year?

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Final Exam Answer / The answer is: / Third grade donates $1/week. There are 52 weeks,so they donate $52/year. Second grade donates $50/ year. / SO, THIRD GRADE DONATES $2 MORE TO CHARITY EACH YEAR! / The answer is: / Third grade donates $1/week. There are 52 weeks,so they donate $52/year. Second grade donates $50/ year. / SO, THIRD GRADE DONATES $2 MORE TO CHARITY EACH YEAR! Return

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Thanks for Playing Are You Smarter Than a Longfellow 5th Grader! Great job boys & girls!

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