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					                                                   Spiral Practice: Grade 3: Quarter 3: Week 7: Day 1


Name: ___________________________
                                                                                         MA.C.3.2.1

1. Selmut, an ancient Egyptian man, made a wall of
   mud bricks. The wall is drawn on the grid to the
   right.
            What is the perimeter, in feet, of the wall?

        A. 14 feet
        B. 26 feet
        C. 42 feet
        D. 58 feet
                                                                                         MA.B.1.2.2

2. What is the date of the only
   Monday that Ling doesn’t have
   soccer practice?

        A. September 8th
        B. September 15th
        C. September 22nd
        D. September 29th




3. What is the date of the 2nd soccer game that Ling has in September?

        A. Friday, September 5th
        B. Saturday, September 13th
        C. Friday, September 19th
        D. Saturday, September 27th
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                                               Spiral Practice: Grade 3: Quarter 3: Week 7: Day 1


4. Clock 1 shows the time Selmut began making mud bricks in the morning. Clock 2
   shows the time he finished making enough to build two walls of his house in the
   afternoon. How many hours passed?

      A. 8 hours
      B. 9 hours
      C. 10 hours
      D. 11 hours                                     Clock 1                     Clock 2
                                                       A.M.                        P.M.


5. The scale shows how many pounds 1
   watermelon weighs. How many pounds would 4
   watermelons weigh if each one weighed the
   same amount as the watermelon shown on the
   scale?

      A. 4 pounds
      B. 7 pounds
      C. 21 pounds
      D. 28 pounds

6. Which grid shows the heart located at (4,3) ?
                                                                                     MA.C.3.2.2




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                                                Spiral Practice: Grade 3: Quarter 3: Week 7: Day 2


Name: ___________________________

                                                                                      MA.D.1.2.1

1. An Egyptian scribe painted the symbols below on a pyramid wall. Which symbol
   comes next in the pattern?




                                                                                    _______




                A.              B.                C.                      D.

2. Look at the table below. What is the missing number?

      A. 112                                    In                Out
                                                7                 14
      B. 102
                                                14                28
      C. 92                                     28                56
      D. 84                                     56                ?
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3. Selmut and Amon went fishing in the Nile River. Selmut caught 17 fish and Amon
  caught 25 fish. Which equation could be used to find the total number of fish they
  caught?


      A. 17 +        = 25

      B. 17 + 25 =

      C. 17 X        = 25

      D. 17 X 25 =
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                                                    Spiral Practice: Grade 3: Quarter 3: Week 7: Day 2

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4. An Egyptian scribe painted 176 symbols on two pieces of papyrus. He painted
  53 symbols on the first papyrus. The equation below can be used to find out how
  many symbols he painted on the second piece of papyrus.

                   176 –      = 53
       How many symbols did he paint on the second piece of papyrus?

                 A. 229
                 B. 176
                 C. 123
                 D. 53
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5. The graph shows the number    Day                 Number of Symbols He Painted
  of symbols an Egyptian         Monday
  scribe painted each day.
  What was the total number      Tuesday

  of symbols he painted?
                                 Wednesday
   A. 205
   B. 215                        Thursday

           1
   C. 21                         Friday
           2
   D. 22                                      Key            = 10 Symbols

6. On which day did he paint the second greatest number of symbols?

   A. Friday
   B. Thursday
   C. Wednesday
   D. Tuesday
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                                               Spiral Practice: Grade 3: Quarter 3: Week 7: Day 3


Name: ___________________________
                                                                                     MA.E.1.2.2

An Egyptian scribe taught 7 boys how to paint hieroglyphics. The boys’ ages were:


               6, 7, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11

1. What was the range of the boys’ ages?

       A. 5
       B. 6
       C. 7
       D. 8


2. What was the mode of the boys’ ages?

       A. 5
       B. 6
       C. 7
       D. 8


3. What was the median age of the boys?

       A. 7
       B. 8
       C. 9
       D. 10




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                                                Spiral Practice: Grade 3: Quarter 3: Week 7: Day 3

                                                                                      MA.E.2.2.1

4. An Egyptian lady had 2 different necklaces and 3 pairs of earrings. How many
 possible combinations could she make of necklaces and earrings?




       A. 2
       B. 3
       C. 6
       D. 7                                                                            MA.E.2.2.2

5. Juan made a spinner using ancient Egyptian symbols. Which symbol is the
   arrow most likely to land on, if Juan spins the arrow?



         A.


         B.


         C.


         D.


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