## Mathematics

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library books, too.
Alex takes 9 books to the library.  Which fact family can you use to find
how many books are Lily’s?  Explain.  (1.2♣)

library books, too.
Lily has 9 books.  Which fact family can you use to find how many more books
Lily has than Alex?  Explain.  (1.2♦)

library books, too.
Lily has 5 more books than Alex.  Which fact family can help you find how
many books Alex returns to the library?  Explain. (1.2♠)

Anthony is skip-counting by tens.  He skip-counts to 70 and stops.  What two
numbers come next?  Explain.  (1.4♣)

Anthony is skip-counting by tens.  He starts at 5 and stops at 65.  What are
the next two numbers?  Explain.  (1.4♦)

Anthony is skip-counting by tens.  You hear Anthony count “2, 12,” and a
noisy motorcycle drives by.  Then you hear him count “52, 62.”  What numbers
did you miss?  Explain.  (1.4♠)

find the total number of beads?  Explain. (1.5♣)

show how many beads she has now.  Explain. (1.5♦)

bracelet that has 23 beads.  How many beads will she need?  Explain.  (1.5♠)

Meagan’s Café has 56 customers at noon.  Fifteen minutes later, 7 customers
leave.  Can you use a number line to find how many customers remain?
Explain.  (1.6♣)

Meagan’s Café has 56 customers at noon.  Fifteen minutes later, 7 customers
leave.  Write a subtraction sentence to show how many customers remain.
Explain.  (1.6♦)

Meagan’s Café has 56 customers at noon.  Fifteen minutes later, 7 customers
leave.  If 5 minutes later 5 more customers leave, how many customers
remain?  Explain.  (1.6♠)

Jack has 9 coins in his pocket.  He only has nickels and dimes.  If Jack has
6 nickels, how many much money does he have in nickels?  Explain.  (1.7♣)

Jack has 9 coins in his pocket.  He only has nickels and dimes.   If Jack
has nickels, how much money does he have in all?  Explain.  (1.7♦)

Jack has 9 coins in his pocket.  He only has nickels and dimes.  If Jack has
the Jacke amount of money in dimes as in nickels, how much money does he
have in all?  Use the guess and check strategy.  Explain.  (1.7♠)

1.	Can the numbers make a fact family?
•	7, 5, and 11
•	6, 7, and 1
•	10, 7, and 3
•	5, 6, and 13
•	8, 8, and 16
•	14, 8, and 6
•	9, 6, and 5

2.	What are the next two numbers?
•	10, 20, 30, 40
•	12, 15, 18, 21
•	18, 20, 22, 24
•	90, 100, 110, 120
•	2, 4, 6, 8
•	21, 24, 27, 30

3.	Give a story problem for the numbers.
•	5, 6, and 11
•	2, 3, and 5
•	3, 4, and 7

4.	How can you use a number line:
•	To find 9 + 8?
•	To find 12 – 5?
•	To find 6 + 3?

Quick Math

5.	Write an addition sentence with the numbers.
•	4, 8, and 12
•	7, 9, and 16
•	5, 7, and 12

6.	Write a subtraction sentence with the numbers.
•	12, 6, and 6
•	15, 7, and 8
•	24, 4, and 20

7.	Write the missing number.
•	5 + ___ = 13
•	___ + 9 = 18
•	50 – 30 = ___
•	16 - ___ = 7

8.	Write the next three numbers.
•	15, 25, 35,
•	12, 14, 16,
•	6, 9, 12,
•	50, 60, 70,

9.	Draw a number line to show:
•	Matthew starts at 215 and jumps 6 spaces forward.
Where does he land?
•	Emily starts at 220 and jumps 3 spaces backward.
Where does she land?

10.	Write or draw a story problem using the numbers.
•	18, 10, and 8
•	6, 4, and 2
•	3, 5, and 8

11.	Draw a number line to show:
•	6 + 3 = 9
•	5 + 5 = 10
•	2 + 1 = 3
•	5 + 3 = 8
•	15 – 6 = 9
•	12 – 5 = 7

12.	Use the act it out strategy to solve.  Michael and Philip went to
baseball practice.  Together they hit 5 home runs.  What are all the numbers
of home runs that each boy might have hit?
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