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Teacher Directions
Math Tasks:
I give my students a math task once a week. The common core really focuses on student thinking and going
deeper. Not all of the information is given in each task and that is on purpose. For example: If the students need
to figure out how many legs they counted at the zoo, they first need to make an estimate of how many of each
animal they saw. The teacher does not tell them how many animals, but guides them in their thinking. For
example if a student says (thinking they are hilarious of course) I saw a million hippos at the zoo!, the teacher
can say: Would you really see that many? Ok well as long as you do the math right, the number is up to you.
The students can work in partners or groups to complete the task. Try not to give them too much help or
information. Remember: the new core is trying to get them to become independent and deep thinkers. Below are
some guiding questions you can ask. When finished, have students share their thinking and their work.

Is there another way you can do that?


How do you know?
What have you discovered?
What other choices do you have?
How are these similar?
How are these different?
Where can you find that answer? What do you find
difficult or challenging?
Describe.

Explain

Tell.

Restate-Can you tell me what he said?

Teacher Directions
Exit Tickets
At the end of a lesson, I pass out an exit ticket. Using exit tickets is a quick and effective way to assess
learning. I usually grade them either as my students walk out the door for recess or after school. If I grade them
before recess and a student's work is incorrect, I send the student back to his/her desk to complete the exit
ticket accurately before going to recess. If I grade them after school, I make a list of students who need to be in
my re-teaching group.

I Cans.
These are the objectives for G 1 that are to be displayed and talked about throughout the unit. They are
colorful and in kid friendly terms.

Candy and Cupcakes


I decided to make some cupcakes for my class party. I put 15 pieces of candy in some of them and 10
chocolate chips in some of them. How many pieces of candy did I use? How many chocolate chips did
I use?

Extensions: I decided to make twice as many cookies for the class party as cupcakes. How many
more cookies did I make than cupcakes?

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Cookies
I made a big batch of cookies today to give to 3 neighbors. I put 8 on the first
plate and 12 on the second plate. How many cookies did I put on the third
plate? (Hint: remember that you need to estimate how many cookies were in
the big batch.)

Extension: There were 10 chocolate chips in each cookie. How many chocolate chips
were in all the cookies?

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Puppies
Sadie loves to raise dogs as part of the organization, Seeing Eye, which helps
blind people find guide dogs. Each year she raises ten puppies to give to the
organization. She has $25.00 to spend on treats and toys for the puppies.
What does she buy? How much does she spend?

Extension: Sadies dad gives her an extra $10.00 to spend.


What does she buy with her $10.00?

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Toy

Cost

ball

$2.00

bone

$1.50

rope

$2.50

squeaky toy

$1.00

stuffed animal

$1.00

doggy treats
(10 per bag)

$3.00

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Pet Iguanas
Shawn got three pet iguanas for his birthday: Jack, Lucy and Fred. Jack is
twice as long as Lucy. Lucy is five inches longer than Fred. How long is each
iguana? (Hint: you need to estimate how long Fred is before you begin!)

Extension: Jack, Lucy and Fred each eat three apples, two bananas and a raspberry
each day. How much fruit does each iguana eat in one month?

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Dimes
Fact: A dime weighs about 2 grams.
You are going to the store to buy your favorite candy bar, your favorite
drink and your favorite snack. However, when you get to the cashier, all
you have to pay with are dimes!! How much will the coins for your purchase
weigh?

Extension: You decide to put back your drink. Now how much will the coins for your
purchase weigh?

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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1

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Choose the best equation to solve the


word problems below.

Choose the best equation to solve the


word problems below.

1. Sarah had 15 shirts, 20 pairs of pants, and 24 shoes.


How many pieces of clothing and shoes is this?

1. Sarah had 15 shirts, 20 pairs of pants, and 24 shoes.


How many pieces of clothing and shoes is this?

A. 15 + 20 + 24=___

A. 15 + 20 + 24=___

B. 15 -20 + 24=____

B. 15 -20 + 24=____

2. Tonya has 324 rocks in her collection. Rachel has


215 rocks in her collection. How many more rocks
does Tonya have than Rachel?

2. Tonya has 324 rocks in her collection. Rachel has


215 rocks in her collection. How many more rocks
does Tonya have than Rachel?

A. 215-324=___

A. 215-324=___

B. 324+215=___

C. 324-215=___

B. 324+215=___

C. 324-215=___

3. Bob had 155 horses on his ranch. He sold 96 of them


to a farmer down the street. How many horses does
he have left?

3. Bob had 155 horses on his ranch. He sold 96 of them


to a farmer down the street. How many horses does
he have left?

A. 96-155=___

A. 96-155=___

B. 155-96=___

C. 155+96=___

B. 155-96=___

C. 155+96=___

4. Cassie read 439 pages on Friday and 319 on Saturday. How many pages did she read altogether?

4. Cassie read 439 pages on Friday and 319 on


Saturday. How many pages did she read altogether?

A. 319-439=___ B. 439-319=___ C. 439+319=___

A. 319-439=___ B. 439-319=___ C. 439+319=___

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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY

Choose the best equation to solve the


word problems below.

Choose the best equation to solve the


word problems below.

1. Sarah had 15 shirts, 20 pairs of pants, and 24 shoes.


How many pieces of clothing and shoes is this?

1. Sarah had 15 shirts, 20 pairs of pants, and 24 shoes.


How many pieces of clothing and shoes is this?

A. 15 + 20 + 24=___

A. 15 + 20 + 24=___

B. 15 -20 + 24=____

B. 15 -20 + 24=____

2. Tonya has 324 rocks in her collection. Rachel has


215 rocks in her collection. How many more rocks
does Tonya have than Rachel?

2. Tonya has 324 rocks in her collection. Rachel has


215 rocks in her collection. How many more rocks
does Tonya have than Rachel?

A. 215-324=___

A. 215-324=___

B. 324+215=___

C. 324-215=___

B. 324+215=___

C. 324-215=___

3. Bob had 155 horses on his ranch. He sold 96 of them


to a farmer down the street. How many horses does
he have left?

3. Bob had 155 horses on his ranch. He sold 96 of them


to a farmer down the street. How many horses does
he have left?

A. 96-155=___

A. 96-155=___

B. 155-96=___

C. 155+96=___

B. 155-96=___

C. 155+96=___

4. Cassie read 439 pages on Friday and 319 on Saturday. How many pages did she read altogether?

4. Cassie read 439 pages on Friday and 319 on Saturday. How many pages did she read altogether?

A. 319-439=___ B. 439-319=___ C. 439+319=___

A. 319-439=___ B. 439-319=___ C. 439+319=___

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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1

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1. Marie loves baseball cards. She gave 15 to


Jackson and 8 to Boston. She now has 55 baseball cards left. How many did she start with?

1. Marie loves baseball cards. She gave 15 to


Jackson and 8 to Boston. She now has 55 baseball cards left. How many did she start with?

2. Edward is driving the 70 miles to grandmas


house. He drives 15 miles and has to stop for
gas. Then he drives 32 miles and stops to buy
snacks. How many more miles does he have to
drive to get to grandmas house?

2. Edward is driving the 70 miles to grandmas


house. He drives 15 miles and has to stop for
gas. Then he drives 32 miles and stops to buy
snacks. How many more miles does he have to
drive to get to grandmas house?

3. Cassia needs to sell 85 candy bars for her


school fundraiser. On Tuesday she sold 22
bars. On Wednesday she sold 39. How many
more does she need to sell?

3. Cassia needs to sell 85 candy bars for her


school fundraiser. On Tuesday she sold 22
bars. On Wednesday she sold 39. How many
more does she need to sell?

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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY

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1. Marie loves baseball cards. She gave 15 to


Jackson and 8 to Boston. She now has 55 baseball cards left. How many did she start with?

1. Marie loves baseball cards. She gave 15 to


Jackson and 8 to Boston. She now has 55 baseball cards left. How many did she start with?

15 + 8= 23

15 + 8= 23

23 + 55= 78

She started with 78.

23 + 55= 78

She started with 78.

2. Edward is driving the 70 miles to grandmas


house. He drives 15 miles and has to stop for
gas. Then he drives 32 miles and stops to buy
snacks. How many more miles does he have to
drive to get to grandmas house?

2. Edward is driving the 70 miles to grandmas


house. He drives 15 miles and has to stop for
gas. Then he drives 32 miles and stops to buy
snacks. How many more miles does he have to
drive to get to grandmas house?

15 + 32= 47

15 + 32= 47

70-47= 23

He has 23 more miles to


drive.

70-47= 23

He has 23 more miles to


drive.

3. Cassia needs to sell 85 candy bars for her


school fundraiser. On Tuesday she sold 22
bars. On Wednesday she sold 39. How many
more does she need to sell?

3. Cassia needs to sell 85 candy bars for her


school fundraiser. On Tuesday she sold 22
bars. On Wednesday she sold 39. How many
more does she need to sell?

22+39= 61

22+39= 61

85-61= 24

She needs to sell

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85-61= 24

She needs to sell

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Name:___________

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Name:___________

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1. David had two boxes of pencils with 14 pencils in each box. He gave seven pencils to his
friend. How many pencils does he have left?

1. David had two boxes of pencils with 14 pencils in each box. He gave seven pencils to his
friend. How many pencils does he have left?

2. Jonas has 60 bouncy balls. He gives 17


bouncy balls to his friend. How many will he
have left over for himself?

2. Jonas has 60 bouncy balls. He gives 17


bouncy balls to his friend. How many will he
have left over for himself?

3. Tyrell spent $12.00 on candy bars. Ruben


bought two bags of chips that cost $3.00 each.
How much money did they spend altogether?

3. Tyrell spent $12.00 on candy bars. Ruben


bought two bags of chips that cost $3.00 each.
How much money did they spend altogether?

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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY


1. David had two boxes of pencils with 14 pencils in each box. He gave seven pencils to his
friend. How many pencils does he have left?

1. David had two boxes of pencils with 14 pencils in each box. He gave seven pencils to his
friend. How many pencils does he have left?

21 pencils

21 pencils
2. Jonas has 60 bouncy balls. He gives 17
bouncy balls to his friend. How many will he
have left over for himself?

2. Jonas has 60 bouncy balls. He gives 17


bouncy balls to his friend. How many will he
have left over for himself?

43 bouncy balls

43 bouncy balls

3. Tyrell spent $12.00 on candy bars. Ruben


bought two bags of chips that cost $3.00 each.
How much money did they spend altogether?

3. Tyrell spent $12.00 on candy bars. Ruben


bought two bags of chips that cost $3.00 each.
How much money did they spend altogether?

$18.00 altogether
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$18.00 altogether
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Name:___________

Name:___________

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1. Susan has 75 coins in her bank. 43 of those
are dimes. The rest are nickels. How many
nickels does she have? How much money does
she have in dimes?

1. Susan has 75 coins in her bank. 43 of those


are dimes. The rest are nickels. How many
nickels does she have? How much money does
she have in dimes?

2. Brayden has 15 more marbles than Cody.


Cody has 53 less marbles than DeeAndra. DeeAndra has 95 marbles. How many marbles does
Brayden have?

2. Brayden has 15 more marbles than Cody.


Cody has 53 less marbles than DeeAndra. DeeAndra has 95 marbles. How many marbles does
Brayden have?

3. Ty has 45 monster trucks. He gets 7 more


for Christmas. He then gives 25 to his little
brother. How many trucks does Ty end up
with?

3. Ty has 45 monster trucks. He gets 7 more


for Christmas. He then gives 25 to his little
brother. How many trucks does Ty end up
with?

.
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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY


1. Susan has 75 coins in her bank. 43 of those
are dimes. The rest are nickels. How many
nickels does she have? How much money does
she have in dimes?

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1. Susan has 75 coins in her bank. 43 of those
are dimes. The rest are nickels. How many
nickels does she have? How much money does
she have in dimes?

32 nickels, $4.30

32 nickels, $4.30

2. Brayden has 15 more marbles than Cody.


Cody has 53 less marbles than DeeAndra. DeeAndra has 95 marbles. How many marbles does
Brayden have?

2. Brayden has 15 more marbles than Cody.


Cody has 53 less marbles than DeeAndra. DeeAndra has 95 marbles. How many marbles does
Brayden have?

57 marbles

57 marbles

3. Ty has 45 monster trucks. He gets 7 more


for Christmas. He then gives 25 to his little
brother. How many trucks does Ty end up
with?

3. Ty has 45 monster trucks. He gets 7 more


for Christmas. He then gives 25 to his little
brother. How many trucks does Ty end up
with?

27 trucks
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27 trucks
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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1

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1. The toy store had a game sale. They began

1. The toy store had a game sale. They began

with 73 games on the shelf. They sold 56

with 73 games on the shelf. They sold 56

games during their sale. They added 38 games

games during their sale. They added 38 games

to the shelves. How many do they have now?

to the shelves. How many do they have now?

2. Abbas gets 85 cents for lunch. Today he

2. Abbas gets 85 cents for lunch. Today he

bought a milk for 35 cents. He also bought a

bought a milk for 35 cents. He also bought a

brownie. He had 12 cents left. How much did

brownie. He had 12 cents left. How much did

the brownie cost?

the brownie cost?

3. Lily, Grace and Ashley added up their ages.

3. Lily, Grace and Ashley added up their ages.

The total was 83. Lily is 21. Grace is 17. How old

The total was 83. Lily is 21. Grace is 17. How old

is Ashley?

is Ashley?

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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY

1. The toy store had a game sale. They began

1. The toy store had a game sale. They began

with 73 games on the shelf. They sold 56

with 73 games on the shelf. They sold 56

games during their sale. They added 38 games

games during their sale. They added 38 games

to the shelves. How many do they have now?

to the shelves. How many do they have now?

55 games

55 games
2. Abbas gets 85 cents for lunch. Today he

2. Abbas gets 85 cents for lunch. Today he

bought a milk for 35 cents. He also bought a

bought a milk for 35 cents. He also bought a

brownie. He had 12 cents left. How much did

brownie. He had 12 cents left. How much did

the brownie cost?

the brownie cost?

38 cents

38 cents
3. Lily, Grace and Ashley added up their ages.

3. Lily, Grace and Ashley added up their ages.

The total was 83. Lily is 21. Grace is 17. How old

The total was 83. Lily is 21. Grace is 17. How old

is Ashley?

is Ashley?

.45 years old

.45 years old


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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1

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1. Jessie has 20 colored tiles she is using

1. Jessie has 20 colored tiles she is using

during math. Her teacher gives her 15 more

during math. Her teacher gives her 15 more

tiles. Which equation would help you find

tiles. Which equation would help you find

how many tiles she has now?

how many tiles she has now?

A. 20 +

= 35

C. 20 + 15 =

B.

+ 15 = 35

D. 35 + 15 =

A. 20 +

= 35

C. 20 + 15 =

B.

+ 15 = 35

D. 35 + 15 =

2. Jack has 55 pieces of candy. He eats some

2. Jack has 55 pieces of candy. He eats some

and counts that he has 21 left. Which equation

and counts that he has 21 left. Which equation

would help you find how many candies he has

would help you find how many candies he has

now?

now?

A. 55 - 21 =

C. 55 +

A. 55 - 21 =

B. 55 + 21 =

= 21

D. 55 -

= 21
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C. 55 +

B. 55 + 21 =

= 21

D. 55 -

= 21
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Name:___________

Name:___________

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1. Jessie has 20 colored tiles she is using

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1. Jessie has 20 colored tiles she is using

during math. Her teacher gives her 15 more

during math. Her teacher gives her 15 more

tiles. Which equation would help you find

tiles. Which equation would help you find

how many tiles she has now?

how many tiles she has now?

A. 20 +

= 35

C. 20 + 15 =

B.

+ 15 = 35

D. 35 + 15 =

A. 20 +

= 35

C. 20 + 15 =

B.

+ 15 = 35

D. 35 + 15 =

2. Jack has 55 pieces of candy. He eats some

2. Jack has 55 pieces of candy. He eats some

and counts that he has 21 left. Which equation

and counts that he has 21 left. Which equation

would help you find how many candies he has

would help you find how many candies he has

now?

now?

A. 55 - 21 =

C. 55 +

A. 55 - 21 =

B. 55 + 21 =

= 21

D. 55 -

= 21
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C. 55 +

B. 55 + 21 =

= 21

D. 55 -

= 21
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Name:___________

Name:___________

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1. Ava mowed 13 lawns this summer. Her

1. Ava mowed 13 lawns this summer. Her

brother Dylan mowed some lawns this sum-

brother Dylan mowed some lawns this sum-

mer too. Together they mowed 23 lawns.

mer too. Together they mowed 23 lawns.

Which equation would help you find how

Which equation would help you find how

many lawns Dylan mowed?

many lawns Dylan mowed?

A. 13 +

= 23

C. 13 - 23 =

B.

+ 23 = 13

A. 13 +

= 23

C. 13 - 23

D. 23 + 13 =

B.

+ 23 = 13

D. 23 + 13 =

2. Kingston ran 12 miles last weekend. He

2. Kingston ran 12 miles last weekend. He

wants to run 6 miles more this weekend.

wants to run 6 miles more this weekend.

Which equation would help you find how many

Which equation would help you find how many

miles Kingston wants to run?

miles Kingston wants to run?

A. 6 - 12 =

B. 12 + 6 =

A. 6 - 12

D. 12 - 6

C. 12 -

C. 12 -

=6

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=6

B. 12 + 6 =

D. 12 - 6 =
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Name:___________

Name:___________

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY


1. Ava mowed 13 lawns this summer. Her

Exit Ticket 2.OA.1 KEY


1. Ava mowed 13 lawns this summer. Her

brother Dylan mowed some lawns this sum-

brother Dylan mowed some lawns this sum-

mer too. Together they mowed 23 lawns.

mer too. Together they mowed 23 lawns.

Which equation would help you find how

Which equation would help you find how

many lawns Dylan mowed?

many lawns Dylan mowed?

A. 13 +

= 23

C. 13 - 23 =

B.

+ 23 = 13

A. 13 +

= 23

C. 13 - 23

D. 23 + 13 =

B.

+ 23 = 13

D. 23 + 13 =

2. Kingston ran 12 miles last weekend. He

2. Kingston ran 12 miles last weekend. He

wants to run 6 miles more this weekend.

wants to run 6 miles more this weekend.

Which equation would help you find how many

Which equation would help you find how many

miles Kingston wants to run?

miles Kingston wants to run?

A. 6 - 12 =

B. 12 + 6 =

A. 6 - 12

D. 12 - 6

C. 12 -

C. 12 -

=6

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=6

B. 12 + 6 =

D. 12 - 6 =
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I can use addition and subtraction to


solve one- and two-step word problems.
2.OA.1
I can solve word problems within 100 using
addition and subtraction!
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I can solve word problems that involve:

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I can use a symbol for the unknown


number in a word problem. 2.OA.1
I know that I can solve an addition
problem with an unknown number
by using subtraction. I know that
58-24 is 34 so 24 + 34 = 58!
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