## Presentation on theme: "Your STAAR Questions Remember you have as much time as you need! Do your best work! Check your answers and read carefully."— Presentation transcript:

Read each problem carefully… What do you know? What do you need to find out? Highlight,Underline or circle key words, numbers or phrases. Place a large star or circle problems that give you difficulty and go back to check or solve later Understand the Problem

Develop a Plan Have you solved a similar problem? Decide on a strategy Choose an operation Make a table Guess and check Look for a pattern Use logical reasoning (Does it make sense?) Estimate an answer Make an organized list Draw a picture Solve a simpler problem

Solve What is the solution? Did it work? You may need to try another strategy. Look Back: Did you answer the right question? Does your answer make sense? Is your answer reasonable? Solve and Look Back Check

Mixed Fractions/Improper Fraction Equivalent Fractions/ Common Denominators FRACTIONS 2 3 7 = 17 7 5858 10 16 = 2 3 12 8 =

Number Sentences 4 + x = 9 + 4 Commutative Property Changes Order Check to see what number sentence matches the answer you know is correct!

For Reasonable Results/ Answers remember to use high and low estimates I’m going to buy 5 gifts for my friends. What is a reasonable total I will spend? Most expensive Least expensive \$8.00 \$12.00

Add and Subtract decimals by lining up the decimal 12.34 6.8.486 + 17.1.58 __..

Use the formula chart to help you with conversions 48 hours = ________ days 8 pints = _________ quarts 15 feet = _______yards 3 feet = _______ inches 3 pounds = _______ounces

2 pairs of jeans cost \$30 so how much would 8 pairs of jeans cost? THINK about patterns and draw tables to help you*

Appropriate Measure of Angles Parallel // Perpendicular + Intersecting X Congruent Similar 90 degrees / 180 degrees Right /Obtuse/Acute/Equilateral Trapezoid/Parallelogram/Rhombus/Rectangle/Square/ Pentagon/Hexagon/Octagon/Cylinder/Sphere/Triangle GEOMETRY

Strip Diagrams

How many are needed? How many are left over? How many complete/full? 7167 14 27 21 6 23 R 6 DIVISION

Estimation Remember to ESTIMATE BEFORE YOU SOLVE 176 + 24 = 180 + 20 = 376 – 54 = 380 – 50 = OR 356 = 400 X 58 = x 60 Use Compatible Numbers – Easy on the Brain 368 ÷ 9 = 360 ÷ 9 or 223 ÷ 6 = 240 ÷ 6

Graphing Data can be represented as whole numbers, decimals or fractions…

Fraction Decimal (Break up a ruler into parts).10 = 1/10.25 = 25/100 = ¼.50 =.5 = 50/100 =5/10 =1/2

Use Formula chart for perimeter, area, weight, capacity, & time relationships (conversions). 7in 4 in P=3+4+3+4+6+8 P=28 6 3 3 8 4 4

2,3,5,8,12,17,__,__ Boxes of crayons Number of crayons 216 324 432 5? Jerry had a job counting boxes being sent out of the factory. On his 1 st day he counted 18 boxes, his 2 nd day 24 boxes, the 3 rd day 30 boxes. If this pattern continues, how many boxes will he have counted on the 7 th day on the job? 182430 2345167 364248 Patterns/Charts/Tables/Diagrams/

PLACEVALUEPLACEVALUE Place (Underlined)Name of Position.000Tenths.000Hundredths 1,000Ones 1,000Tens 1,000Hundreds 1,000Thousands 1,000,000Ten Thousands 1,000,000Hundred Thousands 1,000,000Millions 1,000,000,000Ten Millions 1,000,000,000Hundred Millions 1,000,000,000Billions 100,000,000,000Ten Billions 100,000,000,000Hundred Billions 933,458 = 30,000 is 10 times 3,000 and 3,000 is 1/10 of 30,000

Order Fractions: Draw pictures, Same denominator (lesser numerator is less) Same numerators (lesser denominator is greater) FRACTIONS

Other stuff Elapsed time – mountains and hills / SEE G  l or l  G Area = Array peRIMeter Lay an egg Pentagon Meter Crazy uncles Fixed/ Variable expenses Profit, spend, save, and sharing Financial Institutions – keep money safe, borrow money, and lend money