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2 Chalkboard Challenge Grade 5 Beginning of the year Math Review *Problem materials quoted from Test Ready Plus in Mathematics

3 StudentsTeachers Game BoardNumeration Number Theory Data Interpretation Mixed Problems Level 1 Mixed Level II Lets Play Final Challenge

4 StudentsTeachers Game Board Which of these is not another way to write 260? A. 2 hundreds and 6 tens B C. Two hundred sixty D. (2x100)+(6x10) 100 B Numeration for 100

5 StudentsTeachers Game Board Which of these is another way to write 56,309? A. fifty-six thousand thirty-nine B. five hundred sixty-three thousand nine C. fifty-six thousand three hundred nine D. five thousand six hundred thirty-nine 200 C. fifty-six thousand three hundred nine Numeration for 200

6 StudentsTeachers Game Board In the number 23,456, which digit is in the hundreds place? A. 2 B. 3 C. 4 D C. 4 Numeration for 300

7 StudentsTeachers Game Board Which of these is another way to write 1,400? A. one hundred fifty B. fourteen thousand C. fourteen hundred D. four thousand 400 C. fourteen hundred Numeration for 400

8 StudentsTeachers Game Board Which of these numbers is placed between two odd numbers? (16, 20, 21, 13, 8, 5) A. 16 B. 8 C. 20 D B. 8 Numeration for 500

9 StudentsTeachers Game Board A tree grower has 3 equal rows of apple trees. There are 18 trees in each row. How many are there in all? A. 6 B. 34 C. 54 D C. 54 Number Theory for 100

10 StudentsTeachers Game Board Jena collected 337 aluminum cans. Bill collected fewer cans than Jena. Which of these number sentences show a comparison between the number of cans that Jena and Bill collected? A. 299<337 B. 338<337 C. 337>401 D. 337> A. 299<337 Number Theory for 200

11 StudentsTeachers Game Board Pele went to the school football game. There were more than 2,324 people and fewer than 2,328 people in attendance. Which of these numbers could represent the number of people in attendance at the football game? A. 2,329 B. 2,323 C. 2,328 D. 2, D. 2,326 Number Theory for 300

12 StudentsTeachers Game Board A farmer places 12 eggs into each egg carton. If her chickens lay 80 eggs during one day, how many cartons will she fill completely? A. 5 B. 6 C. 7 D B. 8 Number Theory for 400

13 StudentsTeachers Game Board Six people are in line to buy movie tickets. Theo is in front of Joe. Mario is first, and Lena is last. Sandy is between Mario and Theo. Betty is fifth in line. Which line shows the order that the people were in? A. Mario, Sandy, Theo, Joe, Betty, Lena B. Mario, Betty, Theo, Joe, Sandy, Lena C. Mario, Sandy, Joe, Theo, Betty, Lena D. Mario, Betty, Sandy, Joe, Theo, Lena 500 A. Mario, Sandy, Theo, Joe, Betty, Lena Number Theory for 500

14 StudentsTeachers Game Board A school group received 3 cents for each can they collected. If a mark on a tally sheet counts for a group of 5 cans and they received 10 tallys for Saturday, how much money did the group earn on that day? A. $3.00 B. $.30 C. $1.50 D. $ C. $1.50 Data Interpreation for 100

15 StudentsTeachers Game Board A mark on a tally sheet stands for 5 cans, and Monday had 3 tally marks on the sheet; if twenty more cans were added, how many more tally marks need to be on the list for Monday? A. 7 B. 4 C. 3 D B. 4 Data Interpreation for 200

16 StudentsTeachers Game Board Marla is making a pillow and sewing lace around the outside edge of it. The pillow is 8 inches wide and 10 inches long. The lace costs $3.00 a yard. The fabric to make the pillow costs $5.00 a yard. Which information is not needed to find how much it will cost to buy lace for the pillow? A. The lace costs $3.00 a yard. B. The pillow is 8 inches wide. C. The pillow is 10 inches long. D. The fabric costs $5.00 a yard. 300 D. The fabric costs $5.00 a yard. Data Interpreation for 300

17 StudentsTeachers Game Board Toni has 10 pencils in her pencil box. Four pencils are blue, and six pencils are red. She will not look at the pencils as she picks one from the box. What are the chances that Toni will select a blue pencil? A. 4 out of 6 B. 4 out of 10 C. 1 out of 10 D. 1 out of B. 4 out of 10 Data Interpreation for 400

18 StudentsTeachers Game Board This is your lucky day. You have won a prize! Free Points WOW… Data Interpreation for 500

19 StudentsTeachers Game Board Laura has 12 dimes. Which of her friends has more money than Laura? A. Juan has 2 quarters and 11 nickels. B. Mark has 3 quarters, 2 dimes, and 5 nickels. C. Sarah has 1 quarter and 20 nickels. D. Zack has 2 quarters, 5 dimes, and 4 nickels. 100 C. Sarah has 1 quarter and 20 nickels. Mixed Problems Level I for 100

20 StudentsTeachers Game Board Soup cans were placed on the grocery shelf in 4 rows. Each row contained 14 cans. How many soup cans were on the shelf? A. 56 B. 52 C. 28 D A. 56 Mixed Problems Level I for 200

21 StudentsTeachers Game Board What is another way to write one hundred eight? A. 180 B. (1x100)+(8x10) C D C Mixed Problems Level I for 300

22 StudentsTeachers Game Board Sara has 6 boxes of peanuts that she must sell. Each box contains 12 cans. Which number sentence will help her find out how many cans she must sell? A B. 6+12= C. 6 X 12 = D. 12 divided by 6= 400 C. 6 X 12 = Mixed Problems Level I for 400

23 StudentsTeachers Game Board Pablo is writing the multiples of 4. Heather is writing the multiples of 5. What number will they both write? A. 4 B. 9 C. 15 D D. 20 Mixed Problems Level I for 500

24 StudentsTeachers Game Board Mr. Scott arrived at school at 8:00 A.M. Chas arrived 25 minutes before Mr. Scott. At what time did Chas get to school? A. 8:25 A.M. B. 7:25 A.M. C. 7:35 A.M. D. 8:35 A.M. 100 C. 7:35 A.M. Mixed Level II for 100

25 StudentsTeachers Game Board Six friends are eating lunch at a rectangular table. Steve is sitting across from Jessica and next to Maria. Angelo is sitting next to Michael and across from Maria. Max is sitting across from whom? A. Steve B. Michael C. Maria D. Angelo 200 B. Michael Mixed Level II for 200

26 StudentsTeachers Game Board The media center in the school has more than 1,679 books but less than 1,683 books. What number could be the number of books in the media center. A. 1,678 B. 1,679 C. 1,681 D. 1, C. 1,681 Mixed Level II for 300

27 StudentsTeachers Game Board Donalds job is to fill newspaper stands with newspapers. Each stand holds 9 newspapers. Donald has 70 newspapers. What is the greatest number of newspaper stands that he can fill completely? A. 7 B. 8 C. 9 D A. 7 Mixed Level II for 400

28 StudentsTeachers Game Board If you were rounding to the nearest hundred, what number would not be rounded to 600? A. 556 B. 649 C. 610 D D. 549 Mixed Level II for 500

29 StudentsTeachers Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager Final Challenge End Game TIMES UP! TIMES UP!

30 Game Over High score wins!

31 Double Score wow!

32 StudentsTeachers Game Board Credits The questions for this game came from Test Ready Plus in Mathematics, by Brian E. Enright and David Spencer, CURRICULUM ASSOCIATES, Inc., 1994.


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