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I have 99 cents. I
buy six pencils for
nine cents each.
How much money
do I have left?
*How can you solve the
problem using
multiplication?*

Compare these
fractions <, =, >
1/8 3/8
3/4 1/4
3/6 1/2
4/6 4/8
2/3 1/3

Draw a Venn
Diagram to compare
and contrast a
square and a
rhombus.

Practice your 4s,


5s, 6s, and 7s.
Rainbow write each
set 2 times. After,
have someone quiz
you with the facts.

Use pictures and


sentences to show
how these fractions
are equivalent.
4/6=2/3
4/8=1/2
6/6=2/2

Show each problem


using base ten
blocks, number line,
and expanded form.
654-323
712-400
179-62

Show each problem


using base ten
blocks, number line,
and expanded form.
817-359
345-256
300-199

1. A rectangle has 4
rows and 3 columns.
How many squares
are in the rectangle?

Nabil wants to dig a


garden that has an
area of 24 square
feet. How many
different ways could
his garden look?

Put these fractions


in order from
smallest to largest.
3/4
1/2
2/8
5/6

*Can you find all 8*

2. A rectangle has 8
rows and 4 columns.
How many squares
are in the rectangle?

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Practice your 0s,


1s, 2s, and 3s.
Rainbow write each
set 2 times. After,
have someone quiz
you with the facts.

*Challenge*
I am a number
between 20 and 30.
When you divide me
into 6 equal groups,
there is an even
number in each group
and 2 are left over.
What number am I?

Lamar has 11 video


games. Christian has
three times as many
video games as
Lamar. How many
video games do they
have together?

Solve for the


unknown:
63 = 9
2=7
49 7 =
10 = 5
21 = 3
5=5

Explain how 2/3 is the


same thing as 4/6.
Show how these
fractions are the same
using pictures,
number lines, and
sentences to explain
your reasoning.

In Ms. McNeelys
third grade class,
there are 8 boys.
There are twice as
many girls as boys.
How many students
are in the class?

Angela wanted to
paint her wall that is
7 feet by 4 feet. She
has enough paint to
cover 24 square feet.
Does Angela have
enough paint to
cover the wall?

Alexandra had 50
candy canes. She ate
2 and put the
remaining candy
canes equally in six
bags. How many
candy canes are in
each bag?

Practice your 8s,


9s, and 10s.
Rainbow write each
set 2 times. After,
have someone quiz
you with the facts.

There are 10 children


in the art club. The
teacher put them into
groups, so that each
group has the same
number of children.
How many groups
could there be? How
many children will be
in each group?

*Challenge*
Show each problem
using base ten
blocks, number line,
and expanded form.
1,000-345
2,563-1,269
7,423-345

Draw a picture of
each quadrilateral
and write 3
attributes about that
shape.

Kaleb bought 4
cartons of juice for
80 cents each. He
gave the cashier
$5.00. How much
change should he
receive?

Divide this shape


into halves, thirds,
fourths, sixths, and
eighths.

FREE
SPACE

Rhombus,
Rectangle, Square,
and Trapezoid

w r

Rainbow write your


spelling words 3
times each. Pick 5
words to use in a
sentence.

Have a conversation
with someone in
your house without
talking. Use
quotation marks
and write back and
forth to each other.

Write 3 facts about


the following
American heroes:
Paul Revere
Frederick Douglass
Susan B. Anthony

Rainbow write your


sight words 3 times
each. Pick 5 words
to use in a sentence.

Read a book. Pick a


part of the story to
change. Write about
what you would
change and how it
would make the
story better.

Create 2 sentences
for each conjunction

Make flashcards for


your spelling words.
On the front, put the
word, on the back
write a sentence and
draw a picture for
that word.

*Challenge*
How many words
can you create using
ONLY the letters
below. You can only
use each letter once!
fedpqrsnaknelamn

Write the definition


and give 2 examples.
natural (land)
human (labor)
capital goods
entrepreneurship
(used to create
goods and services)

Write a story using


five of your sight
words. Underline or
highlight the sight
words in your story.

Read a story. Write a


summary of the
story. Tell what
happens in the
beginning, middle,
and end. Be sure to
include the setting
and characters.

FREE
SPACE

Pretend you are the


main character.
Write a diary or
journal entry about
what you were
doing each day.
Create an entry for
five different days.

Write a narrative
paper. It can be
fiction or real. Be
sure to include
dialogue, a setting,
characters, a
problem, and
solution.

Make a list of 10
verbs. Write the
past, present, and
future tense of each
verb.
Ex: run
past ran, present
run, future will
run

Write you 10
spelling words and
separate the
syllables in the
words with a /
mark. Tell how
many syllables in
each word.
Ex: bask/et/ball = 3

Write a story about


your adventures
during winter break.
Be specific and
include as much
detail as possible. I
want to read about
your break!

Write the possessive


for each noun:
ex: the hat of the cat
the cats hat

Make connections
with the book you
are reading. Make a
text to self, text to
text, and text to
world connection.

Read a story to
someone in your
house. Create 3
questions you have
before, during, and
after reading. You
should have 9
questions.

Make flashcards for


your sight words. On
the front, put the
word, on the back
write a sentence and
draw a picture for
that word.

Write a story using


your spelling words.
Underline or
highlight the words
in your story.

Write the plural of


each noun below:
box
lady
woman
leaf

bus
knife
child
brush

for, and, not,


but, or, yet,
so

the sock of the kitten


the map of the mouse
the iPod of Lexus
the book of Adanny
the flower of Katie

Write the plural of


each noun below:
house
mouse
wife
kite
fox

dish
friend
beach
man
puppy

Write an
informational story
about a topic in
which you are the
expert. Be sure to
include headings,
facts, and 1 text
feature.