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Daily LEAP Review Which number is greater than 28 tens, less than three hundreds, and is an even number? A. 29 B C. 294 D. 283 Date: December 1 st, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review Fill in the missing s to complete the pattern? 15,,, 27, 31,, 39, 43 A. 16, 23, 33 B. 20, 25, 35 C. 17, 21, 32 D. 19, 23, 35 Date: December 2 nd, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review How many numbers in this set when rounded to the nearest thousand would equal 4000? 3946, 4507, 3270, 4343, 4589, 3476 A. 2 B. 4 C. 1 D. 3 Date: December 3 nd, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review How was this letter moved? A. slid B. flipped C. turned D. returned Date: December 2 nd, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review If there are 100 people in line and Dave is the 25 th person in line, how many people are behind him? A. 34 people B. 65 people C. 60 people D. 75 people Date: December 4 th, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review Glenda has a choice of three flavors of ice cream (Strawberry, Vanilla and Chocolate) and three different toppings (Pecans, Cherries, Fudge). She will have a sundae which has 1 type of ice cream and 1 topping. How many different sundae combinations can she choose from? A. 6 B. 9 C. 12 D. 15 Date: December 5 th, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review Which number when placed in the s will make both number sentences true? 19 - = 0 x 0 = 0 A. 1 B. 0 C. 32 D. 19 Date: December 8 th, 2003

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Daily LEAP Review The black bear is how much heavier than the koala bear? a. 182 pounds b. 192 pounds c. 234 pounds d. 282 pounds Date: December 9 th, 2002 KindWeight Polar1,137 pounds Grizzly539 pounds Black208 pounds Panda242 pounds Koala26 pounds

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Daily LEAP Review The zookeeper wants to give the panda 8 gallons of water to drink. He only has a 1-pint jar. How many full jars of water will he need to give the panda? a. 1 pint b. 8 pints c. 14 pints d. 64 pints Date: December 10 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review The zookeeper gives the grizzly bear a bucket full of 10 salmon, 5 trout, 3 bass, and 2 catfish. If the bear reaches in the bucket and pulls out 1 fish, which type of fish is he most likely to get? a. Salmon b. Trout c. Bass d. Catfish Date: December 11 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review Which of the following means the same as 3 X 4? a b c d Date: December 12 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review Taylor decided to eat a handful of 23 jelly beans. He has eaten 12 so far. About how much of the handful did he eat? a. About 25% b. Between 25% and 50% c. About 50% d. About 75% Date: December 15 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review A class of students will be evenly divided into teams of 3 students each. How many students COULD BE in the class? a. 20 b. 24 c. 26 d. 31 Date: December 16 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review John has a quarter, Mickey has 2 nickels, Pam has 3 dimes and Sharon has 20 pennies. Who has the most money? a. John b. Mickey c. Pam d. Sharon Date: December 17 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review Lisa bought a shirt at the store. She receive four dollar bills, one quarter, three nickels and a penny as change after she gave the cashier a $20 bill. How much did the shirt cost? a. $15.44 b. $4.41 c. $15.59 d. $6.89 Date: December 18 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review Another way to write the number 72,406 is: a. 7 thousands, 2 hundreds, 4 tens, 6 ones b. 70, , c d. seventy thousand, four hundred six Date: December 19 th, 2002

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Daily LEAP Review Sheldon said, I weigh between 50 and 60 pounds. You can find my weight if you skip count from 0 by 8s. How much do I weigh? a. 50 pounds b. 56 pounds c. 58 pounds d. 64 pounds Date: January 5 th 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Mrs. Berber will buy candy for her 5 children. If she wants to give each child one candy bar for each day of the school week, how many should she buy? a. 5 b. 10 c. 25 d. 35 Date: January 6 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Toby will make pizzas for a party. Below is a list of what she needs to make 3 pizzas. If there is the same amount of cheese on each pizza, how much cheese should Toby put on each one? a. 4 ounces b. 6 ounces c. 9 ounces d. 54 ounces Date: January 7 th, 2004 Ingredients Needed for 3 Pizzas 3Round Pizza Crust 1 ½ cupsTomato Sauce 18 ouncesGrated Cheese 12 ouncesSliced Pepperoni

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Daily LEAP Review The line below shows the year when different things were invented. Date: January 8 th, Flash Camera BicycleAutomobile AirplaneColor Television Spaceship How would you find the number of years between the invention of the color television and the automobile? a.1961 minus 1941 b.1941 minus 1903 c.1941 minus 1885 d.1885 minus 1941

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Daily LEAP Review A worker is making a brick sidewalk, as shown in the diagram below. Date: January 9 th, 2004 If he follows the same pattern, which way should the bricks go next? a. b. c. d.

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Daily LEAP Review Carla has a plan for an exercise program. She will run 1 block on Day 1 She will run 2 blocks on Days 2 and 3 She will run 3 blocks on Days 4, 5, and 6 If she continues the pattern of her plan, what day will she start running 5 blocks? a. Day 5 b. Day 7 c. Day 10 d. Day 11 Date: January 12 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Date: January 13 th, 2004 Look at the pattern of squares shown below. Which shape should go in the ? a. b. c. d.

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Daily LEAP Review A toy store groups toys based on their price. The chart shows the cost of a toy in each group. If the pattern continues, how much would a Group 7 toy cost? a.$42 b.$47 c.$49 d.$64 Date: January 14 th, 2004 Groups of ToysPrice Group 1$1 Group 2$4 Group 3$9 Group 4$16 Group 5$25 Group 6$36 Group 7

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Daily LEAP Review The table below shows how many dimes you need to buy gum balls from a machine. How many gum balls would you get for 8 dimes? a.4 b.11 c.16 d.32 Date: January 15 th, 2004 Dimes InGum Balls Out

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Valerie wants to be at the store when it opens at 10:00 a.m. It will take her 45 minutes to get ready and 20 minutes to walk there. At what times should she start to get ready? a.8:55 a.m. b.9:15 a.m. c.9:40 a.m. d.11:05 a.m. Daily LEAP Review Date: January 16 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review An astronaut wants to measure the distance she travels from the moon to the earth. What units of measurements would she use? a.feet b.inches c.miles d.yards Date: January 20 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review About how high is a classroom ceiling? a. 36 feet b. 25 feet c. 9 feet d. 5 feet Date: January 21 th, 2004

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Which two figures could be combined to make a rectangle? Daily LEAP Review Date: January 22 th, 2004 a.Figure 1 and 2 b.Figure 2 and 3 c.Figure 1 and 3 d.Figure 1 and

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Which of these shapes is a 5-sided polygon? a.Rectangle b.Square c.Pentagon d.Circle Daily LEAP Review Date: January 23 th, 2004

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Look at the shape below and then answer the question. Daily LEAP Review Date: January 26 th, 2004 Which drawing shows the shape turned upside down?. A.. B.. C.. D..

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Four students ran a race. Abe finished first. Ryan finished before Mark, but after Abe. Tito finished after Ryan. Mark Did not finish last. In what order did they finish? a. Abe, Mark, Tito, Ryan b. Abe, Ryan, Tito, Mark c. Abe, Tito, Ryan, Mark d. Abe, Ryan, Mark, Tito Daily LEAP Review Date: January 27 st, 2004

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The chart below shows how much it costs for long- distance telephone calls. Daily LEAP Review Date: January 28 th, 2004 $0.253 minutes $0.506 minutes $0.759 minutes $ minutes How long could you talk for $2.25? a.15 minutes b.24 minutes c.27 minutes d.30 minutes

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The weather station put this chart on the television. Daily LEAP Review Date: January 29 th, 2004 Mon.20% Tues.30% Wed.70% Thurs.0% On which day would you most likely need an umbrella? a.Monday b.Tuesday c.Wednesday d.Thursday

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You and three friends want to play a game. Which spinner would you use to give each person the same chance to win? Daily LEAP Review Date: January 30 th, 2004 a. b. c. d.

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Elena weighs 42 pounds. If you add the weights of Elena and Shawna, you get exactly 100 pounds. Which number sentence could be used to find Shawnas weight? a.a – 42 = 100 b > a c = a d.42 + a = 100 Daily LEAP Review Date: February 2 nd, 2004

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The number sentence below shows the heights (in inches) of two pairs of students Which symbol would make the number sentence true? a. > b. - c. < d. = Daily LEAP Review Date: February 3 rd, 2004

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Which number sentence would be true? 42 + = 126 a. 3 b. 42 c. 84 d. 168 Daily LEAP Review Date: February 4 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Date: February 5 th, 2004 Robin Ave. Cardinal Ave. Finch Ave. Oriole Ave Elm St.Birch St.Oak St. Land Blvd. Which two streets are parallel? a.Robin & Birch b.Cardinal & Oriole c.Finch & Land d.Oak & Land

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Daily LEAP Review Date: February 6 th, 2004 Robin Ave. Cardinal Ave. Finch Ave. Oriole Ave Elm St.Birch St.Oak St. Land Blvd. Pierre walked one side of the square city block around the duck pond. He walked 420 meters. How far is it around the whole city block? a.840 meters b.1260 meters c.1680 meters d.4200 meters

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Cherie divided her candy bar into thirds. She gave one-third to her sister and one-third to her brother. How much of her candy bar does she have left? a. b.½ c.¼ d.¾ Daily LEAP Review Date: February 9 th, 2003

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Margarita brought a sheet of nine stickers to school. At recess, she shared some with her friends, so that she has only 2/9 of the stickers left. How many stickers did she give to her friends? a.2 b.3 c.6 d.7 Daily LEAP Review Date: February, 10 th, 2004

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By how much would the value of 5,647 be decreased if the 5 were replaced by a 2? a.3 b.300 c.3,000 d.30,000 Daily LEAP Review Date: February 11 th, 2004

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Which of the following problems CANNOT be solved using the number sentence below? 15 – 8 = a.Siu Ping had 15 trading cards. She gave 8 to Jim. How many does she have now? b.Siu Ping needs 15 more trading cards than Jim has. Jim has 8. How many does Siu Ping need? c.Siu Ping has 15 trading cards. Jim has 8. How many more does Sui Ping have than Jim? d.Siu Ping needs 15 trading cards. She has 8. How many more does she need? Daily LEAP Review Date: February 12 th, 2004

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Susan made 32 cupcakes for a bake sale. She is putting her cupcakes into boxes, with 4 cupcakes in each box. Which of the following will tell her how many boxes she needs? a.Multiply 32 by 4 b.Add 4 and 32 c.Divide 32 by 4 d.Subtract 4 from 32 Daily LEAP Review Date: February 13 th, 2004

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Use the two bars below to answer the question. Daily LEAP Review Date: February 16 th, 2004 Which number is shown by the shaded parts of the bars? a.1.3 b.1.7 c.1 d.1 ¾

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Daily LEAP Review Date: February 17th, 2004 Use the numbers below to answer the question. 2 1¾ Which list shows the numbers in order from LEAST to GREATEST? a.1¾ b.51 ¾ c ¾ 5 84 d ¾ 84

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Daily LEAP Review Date: February 18 th, 2004 Kims uncle is a truck driver. On his last trip, he drove from Boston to Chicago, then to Denver, and back to Boston. Kim found the following information in an atlas. Distance Between Cities Between Boston and Chicago965 miles Between Chicago and Denver1,037 miles Between Denver and Boston1,953 miles Based on this information, how many miles did Kims uncle travel? a.2,845 miles b.3,945 miles c.2,855 miles d.3,955 miles

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Daily LEAP Review Date: February 19 th, A student completed the subtraction problem above. The changes to the top number show that 245 is the same as a. 2 hundreds, 3 tens, 15 ones b. 2 hundreds, 31 tens, 5 ones c. 2 hundreds, 315 ones d. 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 1 ten, 5 ones

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In the following set of 40 numbers, some numbers have been circled according to a number pattern. Study the pattern. Which numbers should be circled in the FOURTH row? a.32, 35, 38 b.31, 33, 35, 37, 39 c.31, 34, 37, 40 d.33, 36, 39 Daily LEAP Review Date: February 20 th, 2004

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Which number below is GREATEST? a.0.07 b.0.6 c.0.56 d.0.18 Daily LEAP Review Date: February 23 rd, 2004 HINT!!!! THINK MONEY!!!!!

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Draw a two squares. Show how ½ and 4/8 are equivalent fractions using the two squares you drew. Daily LEAP Review Date: February 24 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Mystery Number When you switch my ones digit with my thousands digit, I become 28,461. What number am I? a. 28,164 b. 18,462 c. 21,468 d. 26,481 Date: February 25 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review What was done to the input number in order to get the output number? A. add 15 B. add 2, then multiply by 5 C. multiply by 5, then add 2 D. multiply by 2 Date: February 26 th, 2004 InputOutput

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Daily LEAP Review Mr. Johnson cuts 1 foot off the end of a board. Then, he cuts the remaining board in 2 equal pieces, each 6 feet long. A reasonable length for the original board is: a. 12 feet b. 13 feet c. 14 feet d. 15 feet Date: February 27 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review You would wear short sleeves when the temperature reads: a. 15° F b. 38° F c. 50° F d. 70° F Date: February 17 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review How would the following figure look from the bottom? A. B. C. D. Date: March 1 st, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Date: March 2 nd, 2004 Complete the pattern: 23, 26, 29, 32, _____, _____, _____

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Daily LEAP Review Which is a set of even numbers? a. 3, 5, 6, 9 b. 10,18, 24, 29 c. 16, 20, 32, 58 d. 15, 17, 21, 25 Date: March 3 rd, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Date: March 4 th, 2004 The table below shows how many quarters Harry needs to buy games at the arcade. How many games can he play for 8 quarters? A. 16 games B. 12 games C. 20 games D. 14 games QuartersGames

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Daily LEAP Review If each box represents two square inches, what is the area of the figure? A.12 square inches B.20 square inches C.15 square inches D.26 square inches Date: March 5 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Which picture represents a number greater than ¾ ? A. B. C. D. Date: March 8 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review How was this letter moved? a. slid b. flipped c. turned d. Rotated 90 degrees Date: March 9 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Write all of the factors for the following numbers: a. 20: ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____ b. 12: ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____ Date: March 10 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review If you color 2/3 of the crayons blue and the rest red, how many will be blue? Date: March 11 th, 2004

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Daily LEAP Review Write each fraction as a decimal: a. 6/10 _______ b. 3/10 _______ c. 25/100 _______ Date: March 12 th, 2004 LEAP is NEXT WEEK!!!!!

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