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Chalkboard Challenge Grade 4-5

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StudentsTeachers Game BoardDecimalsFractionsProbabilityGeometry Word Problems Lets Play Final Challenge

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StudentsTeachers Game Board When using this symbol (. ) in math the correct name is… a. Period b. Plane c. Point d. Vertex 100 C Decimals for 100

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Which of the following is a true statement? a < b = c < d < C Decimals for 200

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Which of the following is a true statement? a = 8.23 b < 7.63 c > d = A Decimals for 300

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StudentsTeachers Game Board the 0 in this number is in what place value? a. Hundreths b. Ones c. Thousandths d. Tenths 400 D. tenths Decimals for 400

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StudentsTeachers Game Board ? a. = b. > c. < 500 A. = Decimals for 500

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Find the missing number 2 = ? 7 49 a. 98 b. 14 c. 343 d B. 14 Fractions for 100

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Find the missing number 12 = ? a. 2 b. 6 c. 120 d B. 6 Fractions for 200

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Find the missing number 9 = ? 12 4 a. 1 b. 2 c. 3 d C. 3 Fractions for 300

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Find the missing number 3 = ? 8 16 a. 11 b. 6 c. 128 d B. 6 Fractions for 400

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StudentsTeachers Game Board What are the names of the top and bottom numbers in a fraction? 500 Top number is called the numerator Bottom number is the denominator Fractions for 500

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StudentsTeachers Game Board What is the probability that you will roll a five when rolling a single dice? in 6 Or 1/6 Probability for 100

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Grant received the following scores on his Biology exams: 85, 67, 92, 64, 81, 77, 73 What is his average exam score? a. 539 b. 77 c d B. 77 Probability for 200

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins are decorating the living room. They can use blue, grey or white wall paper and yellow, rose or aqua paint. How many different wall paper and paint combinations can they use? a. 6 b. 9 c. 27 d B. 9 Probability for 300

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Maya brought 3 pairs of pants, 6 t- shirts and 2 pairs of shoes on her trip. How many different outfits can Maya make? a. 36 b. 9 c. 4 d A. 36 Probability for 400

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StudentsTeachers Game Board What do the words mean, median and mode mean? 500 Mean- average Median- middle number Mode- number that occurs the most often Probability for 500

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Parallel lines never intersect. True or false 100 True Geometry for 100

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StudentsTeachers Game Board How many sides does a pentagon have? a. 6 b. 4 c. 8 d D. 5 Geometry for 200

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Congruent figures have _______ a. The same size and shape b. The same size and a different shape c. A different size and the same shape d. A different size and shape 300 A. The same size and shape Geometry for 300

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StudentsTeachers Game Board One example of a quadrilateral is a a. Triangle b. Hexagon c. Rectangle d. Octagon 400 C. Rectangle Geometry for 400

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StudentsTeachers Game Board A shape is symmetrical if what? 500 Both sides are mirror images of each other Geometry for 500

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Which instrument would be best to use to measure the amount of flour that you use to make cookies? a. A scale b. A teaspoon c. A tablespoon d. A measuring cup 100 D. A measuring cup Word Problems for 100

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Which unit of measure would be best to use when expressing the height of your dresser? a. Inches b. Centimeters c. Feet d. meters 200 C. Feet Word Problems for 200

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StudentsTeachers Game Board The family baked cookies for the school fundraiser. They baked 2 dozen oatmeal, 3 dozen chocolate chip and 1 dozen peanut butter. They plan on selling each cookie for $1.00 and they want to raise $75. How many chocolate chip cookies did the family bake? a. 24 b. 12 c. 36 d C. 36 Word Problems for 300

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Kyle is going on a trip. He left his house at 7:00 a.m. He drove for 28 miles and suddenly remembered he left the iron on. He turned around and drove home. He got back into his car and drove 57 miles to his destination. How many miles did he drive in all? a. 85 b. 113 c. 29 d B. 113 Word Problems for 400

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Zack pays 23 cents for each minute he talks to his friend Nicole on the cell phone. Zack calls Nicole at 5:43 p.m. and talks until 6:12 p.m. How much does the call cost? a. $6.67 b. $5.20 c. $0.23 d. $ A. $6.67 Word Problems for 500

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StudentsTeachers Game Board Write Your Final Challenge Wager Which one weighs more a pound of lead or a pound of feathers? Final Challenge End Game TIMES UP! TIMES UP! Neither. They both weigh a pound.

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