DAILY MATH REVIEW MEASUREMENT & DATA 2. Week 1 MONDAY Think of different ways to make 42 cents using pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Write or.

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DAILY MATH REVIEW MEASUREMENT & DATA 2

Week 1

MONDAY Think of different ways to make 42 cents using pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Write or draw each combination below. PENNIESNICKELSDIMESQUARTERS

TUESDAY A snail crawled 30 inches. Then it crawled 25inches more. How far did it go? The snail crawled ________ inches.

WEDNESDAY Write the time below each clock. ____:____ ____:____

THURSDAY Samantha likes to cut her dolls’ hair. The dolls are labeled from D to M. She measured the dolls’ hair in centimeters. She recorded the lengths on a chart. Use the chart to complete the line plot. The first one is done for you. DOLLLENGTH D9 cm E8 cm F10 cm G8 cm H9 cm I8 cm J9 cm K L7 cm M10 cm X

FRIDAY Three trees grew on a farm. The pear tree was 28 feet tall. The apple tree was 3 feet shorter than the pear tree. The cherry tree was 3 feet shorter than the apple tree. How tall were the apple tree and the cherry tree? Apple tree _____ Cherry tree _____ Write or draw to show how you solved the problem.

Week 2

MONDAY You want to find out how tall you are. What measuring tool will you use? How will you use it? ______________________________________________________

TUESDAY Draw the hands on the clock to show the time. 5:45 1:25 9:10 3:55

WEDNESDAY 1.If you have 3 dimes and 2 pennies, how many cents do you have? ___________ 2.If you have 2 quarters and 1 nickel, how many cents do you have? ___________

THURSDAY Kassie had a lemonade stand. The chart shows how many glasses of lemonade she sold on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Use the data in the chart to complete the graph. DAYGLASSES Friday8 Saturday14 Sunday10 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 FRIDAYSATURDAYSUNDAY

FRIDAY A snake at the pet store was 50 inches long. A lizard at the store was 43 inches long. How much longer was the snake? Use the number line to find the answer. Answer: _______ Explain: ___________________________

Week 3

MONDAY Annie laid out 12 one-inch tiles in a line. Robbie added 9 one-inch blue tiles next to Annie’s. How long was the line of tiles that Annie and Robbie made? Use the number line to solve. The line was _____ inches long.

TUESDAY Blake had a piece of string. It was 78 centimeters long. He cut off a piece of it for a project. Now the string is 42 centimeters long. How much string did Blake cut off? ________ centimeters

WEDNESDAY Drew has 1 quarter, 2 dimes, and 3 nickels. Can he buy the pinwheel? Why or why not?____________________________________________________ 75

THURSDAY Some students took a survey to find out how much TV they watched last Friday. They recorded the data on a tally chart. Use the cart to make a line plot. The first one is done for you. How many students watched 3 or more hours of TV? ______ How many students watched exactly 1 hour of TV? ________ HOURSSTUDENTS 0II 1IIII 2IIII I 3 4III x x

FRIDAY Jaquie glued 3 paper strips to make one long strip. The total length of the strip was 26 centimeters. The longest strip that Jaquie glued was 16 centimeters. The other two strips were exactly the same size. How long were each of the smaller strips? Draw a picture or write to work out the problem. Answer: ____ Explain: _______________________________

Week 4

MONDAY Draw hands on the clock to show the time.

TUESDAY If 100 pennies make 1 dollar... 1.... how many nickels make 1 dollar? _________ 2.... how many dimes make 1 dollar? __________ 3.... how many quarters make 1 dollar? ________

WEDNESDAY Use the number line to solve each problem. 1.Michelle’s kite string is 34 inches long. She tied another 12 inches of string to the end of it. How long is the kite string now? _____ 2.Theo’s hair was 87 cm long. The barber cut off 25 cm. How long is his hair now? _____

THURSDAY Connor has many toys. The graph shows some of the toys he owns. trucks cars planes boats 1.How many cars does he have? ____ 2.Does he have more trucks or boats? ____ 3.How many more cars does he have than planes? ____

FRIDAY Jared and Taylor each have 40 cents. Jared has 3 coins. Taylor has 4 coins. Draw or write the coins that each child has. Jared has ______________. Taylor has ________________.

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