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2 Learning Objective # 1: Practice: Essential Math Standards I can tell how much time has passed in real life situations using a clock to the minute. 1. William went to football practice at 4:30 p.m. He finished at 6:15 p.m. Draw a clock that shows his starting time and another clock that shows his finish time. How much time did William spend at football practice? 2. Art class is 40 minutes long. Mrs. Thomas spent the first 12 minutes showing a video on paint colors. The students spent the rest of the time painting. How many minutes did the students get to paint? Explain your answer.

3 Learning Objective # 2: Practice: I can generate measurement data by measuring length using rulers marked with halves & fourths of an inch. 3. The tally chart below shows the length of pencils in Tim s desk. What is the length of the longest pencil? Length of Pencils in Inches a. 4 ½ inches b. 6 inches c. 8 inches d. 9 ½ inches 4. Create a line plot to represent the tally chart showing Tim s pencils. inches number of pencils ½ ½

4 Learning Objective # 3: Practice: I can create and analyze graphs to answer questions. 5.According to the graph, how many more students liked football more than swimming? a.15 students b.10 students c.35 students d.20 students

5 6. Finish the pictograph to represent the information given on the favorite sports graph from above. Make sure to include all the parts of a graph. Title Swimming Learning Objective # 4: Key each represents students I can use place value to round a number to the nearest ten or hundred. Practice: 7. Robert has 425 rocks in his rock collection. Kyle has 452 rocks in his collection. To the nearest hundred, about how many rocks are in each person s collection? Compare the rounded numbers to determine who has more rocks. Robert s rock collection Kyle s rock collection Compare the numbers has more rocks than. 8. Tiffany spent \$85 on her new school clothes. To the nearest ten, about how much money did she spend on her new clothes? a. \$100 b. \$90 c. \$80 d. \$70

6 Learning Objective # 5: I can fluently multiply and divide facts up to 12. Practice: 9. Which multiplication equation can be written using this division equation? = a. 72 x = 12 b. 6 x = 12 c. 12 x = 72 d. x 9 = 27 Write the fact family for the division problem above: 10. Write a division fact you can use to find the product. Then write the fact family. 7 x 8 =

7 Learning Objective # 6: I can solve 2-step word problems. Practice: 11. John s dog had 7 puppies. Each puppy gets to eat 4 treats a day. John s open box of puppy treats has 24 treats left in it. Will there be enough treats in the box for one day, or does John need to open a new box? Explain. Show work: Explain: 12. Emily rode her bike 23 miles last week. This week she rode her bike twice as much. How far did Emily ride her bike after both weeks? a. 23 miles b. 32 miles c. 46 miles d. 69 miles

8 Math Essential Vocabulary elapsed time - the amount of time that passes from the start of an activity to the end of that activity types of graphs - pictograph, bar, double bar, line parts of graphs - title, key, data, scale, labels survey - a question or set of questions that a group of people are asked data - information collected about people or things x-axis/y-axis - the horizontal axis/the vertical axis horizontal/vertical - horizontal runs from left to right, vertical runs up and down (, ) length - how long something is when measured line plot - a graphical display of a set of data where each piece of data is shown as a mark above a number line rounding - one way to estimate estimate - to find about how many or how much order of operations - the rules of which calculation comes first in an expression, i.e.) 3 + (4 x 7) multiplication comes before addition

9 Math Answer Key 1.Student draws a clock showing 4:30 and a clock showing 6:15. How much time did William spend at football practice? one hour and forty-five minutes minutes take away 12 minutes used, leaves 28 minutes to paint. Students explain how they worked the problem out. 3. D 4. line plot below: X X X X X X X X X X X 4½ 5 5½ 6 6½ 7 7½ 8 8½ 9 9½ 5. C 6. The key is = 5 students. The student finishes the pictograph using = 5 students for all of the sports.

10 7. Robert s rock collection about 400. Kyle s rock collection about 500. Compare the numbers 400 < 500. Kyle has more rocks than Robert. 8. B 9. C, 12 x 6 = 72, 6 x 12 = 72, = 6, 72 6 = = 7 or 56 7 = 8, 7 x 8 = 56, 8 x 7 = x 4 = 28, 28 needed > 24 left. John needs to open a new box of treats because he needs 28 and only has 24 in the opened box. 12. D

12 1. How do you know that this story is NOT told by a narrator? a. the use of the pronouns I, and myself b. you can hear the thoughts of only one character c. Sam talks to his mom 2. The story is told in: a. first person b. third person 3. Who is the author of Are You Ready, Sam? a. narrator b. Billy c. Sam d. unknown Learning Objective # 2: I can compare and contrast the story elements of multiple books in a series. Practice: Use the passage below to answer the following question. The Bad Dream By: Sam Lewis Just as the Allosaurus' huge teeth were about to crush him, Charlie woke up shaking. Drenched in sweat and breathing fast, Charlie didn't realized at first that it had been a dream. Then he dared to look around and saw that he was in his bed in his own room. As he looked around, he noticed his dinosaur bedspread, dinosaur curtains, dinosaur models on the bureau, dinosaur books on his desk, and dinosaur posters on the wall. A few seconds later, when he had calmed down, he vowed to stop reading about dinosaurs so much, and not to watch nature documentaries late at night. Charlie's nerves were still raw when his alarm clock went off two minutes later, startling him. His heart still pounding, he jumped out of bed, but his legs were tangled in the sheets and he fell onto the floor headfirst, landing in a twisted heap. Charlie thought to himself, "What a morning. I wonder what will happen next."

13 4. What is the setting of the story, The Bad Dream? a. at a friends house sleeping over b. in his own room, in his own bed c. in the living room by the TV d. outside camping 5. What is the theme of the story, The Bad Dream? a. Charlie had a bad dream b. Charlie should not watch TV before bed c. Charlie is having a bad day d. Charlie should redecorate his room so he doesn t have nightmares 6. From, The Bad Dream who is Sam Lewis? a. the illustrator b. the person who narrated the story c. the author of the story 7. Once Charlie s alarm clock went off he: a. fell on the floor b. jumped out of bed c. looked around his room d. went back to bed

14 Learning Objective # 3: Practice: I can compare and contrast the most important points and key details in two text on the same topic. Use the passage below to answer the following questions. Hurricanes Hurricanes rotate in a counterclockwise direction. A hurricane is a powerful, rotating storm that forms over warm oceans near the Equator. Another name for a hurricane is a tropical cyclone. Hurricanes have strong, rotating winds (at least 74 miles per hour or 119 kilometers per hour), a huge amount of rain, low air pressure, thunder and lightning. The cyclonic winds of a hurricane rotate in a counterclockwise direction around a central, calm eye. 8. Which key detail explains that hurricanes involve water? a. tropical cyclone b. rotate in a counterclockwise direction c. rotating storm that forms over warm oceans 9. The topic sentence in, Hurricanes tells us that: a. a hurricane is a powerful, rotating storm b. hurricanes create wind c. they are called a tropical cyclone d. they produce a lot of rain 10. The above passage, Hurricanes is what type of literature: a. poetry b. drama c. story

16 11. Why did the author use this illustration to represent the story? a. The author chose this illustration to show that the old woman bakes gingerbread people. b. The author chose this illustration to show that the old woman doesn t like to make gingerbread people. c. The author chose this illustration to show that the old woman only makes gingerbread people. 12. Does the illustration from, The Little Gingerbread Man tell about the story? Why or Why not?

17 Essential Reading Vocabulary key details - details that support the topic sentence; usually the middle/body sentences of a paragraph mood - the feeling or tone of a story setting - where, and when the story takes place plot - sequence of events within a story author - someone who writes a story point of view - who is telling the story narrator - the voice that the author uses to tell the story theme- the main subject that is being discussed in a piece of writing

18 Reading Answer Key 1. A 2. A 3. D 4. B 5. A 6. C 7. B 8. C 9. A 10. C 11. A 12. Answers will vary

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