Third Grade Daily Homework Week by jennyyingdi

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Sarah had 8 math problems for homework
on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, she had
three times as many problems to work.
How many problems did Sarah have to          Add 253 and 115. Then subtract 29 from
work on Wednesday?                           the sum.




                                                  Add ten tens and 18 ones.




Kami has 28 colored beads to make
bracelets. She wants to make a bracelet
for each of her 4 friends. If she used the
same number of beads for each necklace,      Add 102 to the difference of 506 and 133.
how many beads will she need for each
one?
                          Third Grade ● Daily Math ● Week 35
                                          Tuesday
The graph shows how many bottles of
water each kindergarten class needed for      77 + 19 + 13 = __________
field day. Every student got one water
bottle.

            Water Bottles for Field Day
 Ms. Marion           
 Ms. Avila          
 Ms. Edwards           
 Ms. Kellar           
 Ms. Iverson             
                 Each  = 3 Bottles
                                              89 + 14 + 15 = ____________


How many more water bottles did Ms.
Marion’s class need than Ms. Edwards?

A. 9                            B. 3
C. 12                           D. 45




Jared counted cookies into groups of 7.
                                                                 203
                                                               - 139



Which list would Jared NOT have counted?

A.   7, 14, 21, 35, 56
B.   14, 28, 35, 42, 63
C.   7, 48, 28, 42, 14
D.   56, 14, 7, 21, 28                        Check by using addition.
                      Third Grade ● Daily Math ● Week 35
                                     Wednesday

Joshua measured his Nintendo Power          Find the missing number in each of the
Magazine. The cover of his magazine was     following:
10 inches long and 6 inches wide. What is
the perimeter of the cover of Joshua’s
magazine?
                                            15 +             = 30
A.   32 inches
B.   16 inches
C.   20 inches
D.   26 inches                              5 x              = 25


                                            90 -            = 85




Ashley decorated each of her notebooks      Write another number sentence that means
with jewels. She used the same number of    the same as:
jewels on each notebook. The chart shows
the number of jewels Ashley needs to keep   7 + 7 + 7 + 7 = 28
decorating.

Number of        Number
Notebooks        of Jewels                  Write another number sentence that means
4                32                         the same as:
6                48
7                56                         4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4 = 28
9                72

How many jewels are needed to make 11
notebooks?
                                            How are the equations the same?




                                            How are the equations different?
                         Third Grade ● Daily Math ● Week 35
                                           Thursday

Kathy, Antonia and Eli made paper cranes        Place >, < or = in each of the following
out of paper. Kathy made 23 paper cranes.       rectangles.
Antonia made double the number that
Kathy made. Eli made 4 fewer paper cranes
than Antonia. How many paper cranes did
each of the 3 kids make?                        Product of 8 and 4            product of
                                                                               12 and 3

A. Kathy 23, Antonia 25, Eli 21
B. Kathy 23, Antonia 21, Eli 17
C. Kathy 23, Antonia 46, Eli, 50
D. Kathy 23, Antonia 46, Eli 42                 Sum of 33 and 7             product of 5
                                                                                and 8




                                                product of 6 and 1             product of
                                                                                  3 and 2




The graph below shows the number of miles
Molly ran in the first 6 months of the year.
How many miles did Molly run in the first 3
months of the year?                          Multiply the number of sides on a rhombus
                                             by the number of sides on a hexagon.
  50

  40

  30

  20

  10

  0
       Jan   Feb   Mar     Apr     May   June




A. 165                               C. 130
B. 85                                 D. 80

								
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