# DAILY MATH REVIEW BASE TEN 2.

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DAILY MATH REVIEW BASE TEN 2

Week 1

Write the three-digit number for 500 + 30 + 8. ______________________
MONDAY Write the three-digit number for ______________________ Write the expanded form for 695. In the number Which numeral is in the ones place?

40 + 21 + 15 + 23 Add the numbers. What is the sum? ________________
TUESDAY Add the numbers. What is the sum? ________________ How did you solve the problem? ____________________ __________________________________________________

WEDNESDAY Add or subtract. 1. 2 7 + 3 1 2. 8 9 - 7 5 3. 5 6 - 2 4 4. 5 2 + 4 7 5. 3 5 + 6 1 6. 7 8 - 5 3

THURSDAY Use the pattern to help you skip-count by 10s. 10, ____, ____, 40, ____, ____, ____, ____, 90, ____ 250, 260, 270, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, 330 305, 315, ____, ____, ____, 355, ____, ____, ____, 801, ____, 821, ____, ____, ____, ____, 871, ____, ____ 902, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, 962, ____, ____

A man has 46 balloons for sale. He sells 28 balloons.
FRIDAY A man has 46 balloons for sale. He sells 28 balloons. How many balloons does the man have left? Show your work as you solve the problem. Answer: __________ Explain your thinking: ____________ __________________________________________________

Week 2

What is 100 more than 564? ________________
MONDAY What is more than 564? ________________ 486 – = _______________________________ What is less than 768? _________________ = ________________________________ What is more than 352? _________________ = _________________________________

TUESDAY Compare the numbers in each pair. Write >, <, or = in the circle. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

236 is equal to 2 hundreds + 3 tens + 6 ones.
WEDNESDAY 236 is equal to 2 hundreds tens ones. What is another way to make 236 ? a hundred tens ones b hundreds tens ones c hundreds tens ones Draw or write to show how you got your answer.

Write or draw to explain how you solved each problem. 1. 2. 3 6 7 1
THURSDAY Add or subtract. Write or draw to explain how you solved each problem.

Casey needed to solve 12 + 23 + 31. Jordan needed to
FRIDAY Casey needed to solve Jordan needed to solve Jordan said that she would have a greater sum than Casey. Casey said that the two sums would be equal. Who is correct? Explain how you know. ______________ __________________________________________________ __________________________________________________

Week 3

100, 200, ____, ____, ____, ____, 700, ____, ____
MONDAY Skip-count by 100s. 100, 200, ____, ____, ____, ____, 700, ____, ____ 312, 412, ____, ____, ____, 812, ____, ____, ____ 140, ____, ____, ____, 540, ____, ____, ____, 940 247, ____, ____, 547, ____, ____, 847, ____, ____ 175, ____, ____, ____, 575, ____, ____, ____, ____

5 4 8 Use the digits on the stars to make three-digit numbers.
TUESDAY Use the digits on the stars to make three-digit numbers. Write the smallest number. _____ Write the largest number. ______ Write the largest number you can make with the 8 in the ones place. ________ 5 4 8

hundreds tens ones Draw place value blocks to solve the problem. 2 3 2
WEDNESDAY Draw place value blocks to solve the problem. 2 3 2 hundreds tens ones

three hundred eight-five two hundred ninety-seven
THURSDAY Fill in the chart. NUMBER NAME NUMERAL EXPANDED FORM three hundred eight-five two hundred ninety-seven 297 914

Week 4

Mr. Lee went on a road trip. On Monday, he drove
215 miles. One Tuesday, he drove miles. Did he drive farther on Monday or on Tuesday ? __________ How many miles farther ? _______________________________ How do you know ? ____________________________________ ______________________________________________________

What is 10 more than 357 ? __________
TUESDAY What is 10 more than 357 ? __________ = _________________________ What is less than 523 ? ___________ = _________________________ What is more than 663 ? __________ = __________________________

WEDNESDAY 1 2 + 4 4 6 8 - 2 4 2 3 - 1 5 6 6 + 3 2 7 0 - 5 9 3 6 + 2 7