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Day 1

Write the standard form of the following
expression:
8 thousands
3 hundreds
4 tens
7 ones
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Day 2

Write the following number in words:

1,685
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Day 3

Write the following number in expanded
notation:

2,323
EX: 5498 is 5000 + 400 + 90 + 8
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Day 4

What is the value of the digit 6 in the following
number?

4,976
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Day 5

Write the following pair of numbers.
Circle the number with the greater value.

765 and 767
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Day 6

Write the following as a number sentence using
numbers:

Eight plus nine equals seventeen.
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Day 7

If the statement is true, write T. If the statement
is false, write F.
____ a. Six plus nine equals fifteen.
____ b. Zero plus nine equals nine.
____ c. 35 can be separated into two equal
groups.
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Day 8

Write the standard form of the following
expression:
2 thousands
9 hundreds
0 tens
1 one
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Day 9

Write the following number in words:

6,006
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Day 10

Write the expanded notation of the following
number:

1, 486
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Day 11

Write the value of the digit 6 in the following
number:

96,754
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Day 12

Write the following pair of numbers. Circle the
number with the greater value and write the
place value that makes the number greater.

3,672 and 3,772
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Day 13

There were 85 people in line to buy concert
tickets. Jeff was 80th in line. Dan was the
second person behind Jeff. What position was
Dan in the line?
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Day 14
½
Use the chart to answer the following
questions:
¾
Green    Yellow        Red   Blue
Blue     Red      Yellow    Red
a. What fraction of the chart is green?
b. What fraction of the chart is not blue?
c. What fraction of the chart is not green or
yellow?
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Day 15

Write the following fractions in words:
a. ½

b. ¾

c. 7/9
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Day 16

Write the following amount as a dollar amount.

12 dimes
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Day 17

Tommy has one dollar, Jenny has two quarters
and three pennies. Frank has seven quarters,
and Josh has five dimes and two pennies. Who
has the most money?
A. Jenny
B. Tommy
C. Josh
D. Frank
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Day 18

Mr. Jacob bought 8.37 lbs. of chicken and 3.24
lbs. of sausage to use in a gumbo. About how
many pounds of meat did Mr. Jacob buy?
A. 11 lbs.
B. 12 lbs.
C. 9 lbs.
D. 13 lbs.
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Day 19

Megan decided to eat a handful of peanuts.
There were 40 in the bag. She ate 20. About
how much did she eat?
B. Between 25% and 50%
C. 50%
D. 75%
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Day 20

Write < , > or = in each blank.

a.   63 _______ 62
b.   415 _______ 451
c.   639 _______ 539
d.   1,417 ______ 1,471
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Day 21

Write the following set of numbers from least to
greatest.

1,907             1,970              1,017
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Day 22

Mystery Number!!!

I am between 6,000 and 7,000. All of my digits
are the same. What number am I?
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Day 23

What operation would you use to solve this problem:
Each student in Mr. Cooper’s 4th grade class has
6 textbooks. There are 22 students in the class.
How many textbooks do they have in all?
B. Subtract
C. Multiply
D. Divide
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Day 24

Complete the following sequences (patterns).

a. 5, ____, ____, ____, 25

b. 3, 6, 9, ____, ____, ____, ____
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Day 25

Tiffany bought a new CD at the store. She
received a \$5 bill, 2 quarters, 3 nickels and 4
pennies as change from a \$20 bill. How much
did the CD costs?
A. \$14.31
B. \$14.40
C. \$14.56
D. \$18.31
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Day 26

Write the name of the each of the following
months:
a. The third month of the year__________
b. The seventh month of the year ________
c. The tenth month of the year ________
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Day 27

Dee has a quarter and one nickel. Kim has a
quarter, 3 nickels and 1 penny. James has two
quarters. Amanda has 2 dimes, 2 nickels and
five pennies. Who has the most money?
A. Dee
B. Kim
C. James
D. Amanda
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Day 28

Gene bought a roller blade helmet for \$19.39
and a backpack for \$11.95. How much changes
did he get back from \$40.00?
A. \$20.61
B. \$28.05
C. \$8.66
D. \$11.34
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Day 29

Mason bought 3 CD’s for \$14.98 each. He gave
the clerk \$50.00. What change did he receive?

A.   \$8.30
B.   \$5.06
C.   \$5.00
D.   \$4.94
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Day 30

Chelsi brought 3 notebooks, 25 pencils, 7 pens,
2 markers and 15 pieces of bubble gum to
school. How many items did Chelsi bring
altogether?
A. 50
B. 52
C. 49
D. 51
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Day 31

Demarius has 3 packages of paper with 100
sheets each, 2 packages with 150 sheets each,
and 1 package with 60 sheets. How many
sheets of paper does he have in all?
A. 310
B. 410
C. 560
D. 660
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Day 32

What number goes in the place of    to make
both of the following number sentences true?
11 +     =   + 11
11 -     = 11

A.   =2
B.   =4
C.   =0
D.   = 10
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Day 33

What is the perimeter (The distance around the
entire rectangle) of the following figure?
9 feet

6 feet                   6 feet

9 feet
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Day 34

Write the ending time in each blank:
a. Starting time: 7:45 a.m.
Elapsed time: 4 hours and 10 minutes
Ending time: ___________________

b.   Starting time: 4:20 p.m.
Elapsed time: 4 hours and 10 minutes
Ending time: ____________________
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Day 35

A family wants to fence in part of their backyard.
The enclosure would be a rectangle with a length
of 9 meters.
What other information is needed to determine
the amount of the fence?
A. The cost of the fence
B. The height of the fence
C. The width of the fence
D. The length of the rectangle
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Day 36

Mr. Bond wants to measure the perimeter of the
playground. Which instrument for measuring
would be the most reasonable to use?
A. 12 inch ruler
B. Yard Stick
C. Tape measure
D. Thermometer
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Day 37

Choose the most reasonable measurement for
1. Coffee Table      2. Cruise Ship
A. 25 ounces            A. 4 pounds
B. 25 pounds            B. 4 tons
C. 25 tons              C. 4 ounces
D. 25 grams             D. 4 grams
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Day 38

Crystal opened a new package of stickers. She
gave 6 stickers to each of her three friends. She
has 12 stickers left for herself. How many
stickers were in the package?
A. 6 stickers
B. 20 stickers
C. 21 stickers
D. 30 stickers
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Day 39

Which symbol belongs in the box to make this
sentence true?
24 candies ÷ 3 equal piles  2 piles x 4 candies in each pile

A.   <
B.   >
C.   X
D.   =
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Day 40
Mr. Jordan put a fence all the way around his
rectangular yard for his dog. What is the
perimeter of his yard?

A.   25 meters
B.   50 meters                         10 meters
C.   150 meters
D.   250 meters
15 meters
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Day 41

Mary has the two congruent triangles shown below.

Which of the following can she make with her
triangles?

A.
B.
C.
D.
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Day 42

bar with 6 sections as shown below.
John ate 1/6 of the bar.
Chad ate ½ of the bar.
Chris ate 2/6 of the bar.

Who ate the most?
A. John
C. Chris
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Day 43

Edward and Julie each have 15 smiley face
stickers. Sue has 20. Which process could they
use to find out how many they have altogether?

B.   Multiply 15 and 20
C.   Add 15 and 20, then multiply by 2
D.   Multiply 15 by 2; then add 20
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Day 44

Megan is increasing the number of minutes she
exercises each day according to the pattern shown
below.
Number of Minutes of Exercise
Mon.        Tues.        Wed.          Thurs.
2            4            8            16

How many minutes should she exercise on Friday?
A. 18 minutes
B. 20 minutes
C. 24 minutes
D. 32 minutes
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Day 45

Which of the following shows the flag above turned
90 degrees clockwise?

A.           B.           C.            D.
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Day 46

What is the rule in the following pattern?

96, 48, 24, …
A.   Divide by 2
B.   Divide by 3
C.   Subtract 24
D.   Subtract 48
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Day 47

Sam’s mother told him to buy seven-tenths of a
pound of hamburger. Each package is marked to
show its weight. Sam should buy the package
marked
A. 7.10 pounds
B. 1.70 pounds
C. 0.7 pounds
D. 0.1 pounds
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Day 48

Form the largest possible 4-digit number using
the digits 4, 8, 3, and 7 (____). Which of these
numbers would be in the hundreds place?
A. 4
B. 8
C. 3
D. 7
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Day 49

Jack had \$80.00. He bought a jacket for \$57.33.
About how much money does he have left to
spend on a hat and gloves?

A.   \$30
B.   \$20
C.   \$15
D.   \$150
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Day 50

There are 1,000 stamps in a book, 100 stamps on
a page and 10 stamps in each row. Using this
information, how many stamps are in two books
and one page?
A. 2010
B. 32
C. 2100
D. 210
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Day 51

There are 64 crayons in a box. Mr. Lee has eight
boxes of crayons for his 24 students to use.
Which number sentence would be used to find
out how many crayons Mr. Lee has?

A.   24 x 8 = N
B.   64 ÷ 8 = N
C.   64 + 8 + 24 = N
D.   64 x 8 = N
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Day 52

What was done to the input number in order to
get the output number?                Input Output

B.   Add 5, then subtract 1           4    9
C.   Multiply by 2, then add 1
5   11
D.   Multiply by 3, then subtract 3
6   13
7   15
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Day 53

Which number when placed in the s will make
both number sentences true?
27 -  > 8
 + 3 < 11
A.   7
B.   20
C.   8
D.   10
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Day 54

The fourth grade class had a vote to decide where to go
on their end of the year trip. How many more students
wanted to go to Orlando than Atlanta?
35

30
A.   5 students
25
B.   7 students
20
C.   18 students
15
D.   12 students   10

5

0
Dallas   Boston   Atlanta   Orlando
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Day 55

About how many students in all are there in the fourth
35

30
A.   86 students
25
B.   63 students
20
C.   15 students
15
D.   28 students
10

5

0
Dallas   Boston   Atlanta   Orlando
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Day 56
There are six fourth grade teachers. One teacher voted to go to
Dallas, four voted to go to Orlando, and one voted to go to Atlanta.

30
30

A.   Dallas                                                 25
25

B.   Boston           20
C.   Atlanta          15
15                13
D.   Orlando
10

5

0
Dallas   Boston   Atlanta   Orlando
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Day 57

What is another way to write the number
4780?
A. 4 + 7 + 8 + 0
B. 4000 + 700 + 8
C. 4 thousands, 7 hundreds, 8 tens
D. four thousand seven hundred eight
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Day 58

Kris had a \$5.00 bill. He bought two items at the
candy store and received three dollar bills, three
quarters, one dime, one nickel, and a penny in
change. What two items did he buy?
A. Two candy bars
Gum           53¢
B. Mints and a candy bar
C. Gum and mints            Mints         49¢
D. Candy bar and gum        Candy Bar 60¢
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Day 59

Sal ate 2 slices of pizza each day for a week.
Each slice costs \$1.25. Which number sentence
would you use to solve how much Sal spends on
pizza in a week?

A.   (2 slices per day x 7 days in week) x \$1.25 = N
B.   7 days in a week– N = 2 slices per day
C.   2 slices per day x \$1.25 = N
D.   7 days in a week x 2 slice per day= N
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Day 60
Which two properties do all of these numbers have in common?
15, 25, 35, 45, 55

A. They are all odd
They are all prime (Numbers that can only be put into one group)        (For EXAMPLE:   1X7=7
OR 7 X 1 = 7 )

B. They are all multiples of 5
They are all odd

C. They are all even
They are all multiples of 3

D. They are all multiples of 5
They are all prime (Numbers that can only be put into one group) (For   EXAMPLE:    1X7=7
OR 7 X 1 = 7 )
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Day 61

Each student in the fourth grade has to choose
one item from the food list and one item from the
drink list. How many different food and drink
combinations are there?
Foods       Drinks
A.   5
Hamburger Soda
B.   9
C.   6       Hot Dog       Punch
D.   3       Chicken
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Day 62

Which number would make both number
sentences true?
128 -  = 28
8 x  = 800
A.   56
B.   100
C.   6400
D.   10
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Day 63
Which activity does Jack spend the most time
doing?
Homework: 100 minutes
Walking the Dog: 100 seconds
Playing Football: 1 hour and 50 minutes
Watching T.V.: 1 hour

A.   Homework
B.   T.V.
C.   Football
D.   Walking the Dog
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Day 64

Maggie’s lunch cost \$2.48. She gave the cashier
a five dollar bill and two quarters to pay for it.

A.   2 dollar bills, 2 quarters and 2 pennies
B.   3 dollar bills and 2 pennies
C.   1 dollar bill, 3 dimes and 3 pennies
D.   2 dollar bills and 2 pennies
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Day 65

There were 83 people in line waiting to get
circus tickets. Kate was 25th in line. How
many were in line before her?

A.   25 people
B.   58 people
C.   24 people
D.   15 people
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Day 66

Seven thousand nine hundred sixty three
rounded to the nearest hundreds equals:

A.   7900
B.   8000
C.   7960
D.   7000
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Day 67

Which number when placed in the  makes
the number sentence true?
20,646 = 20,000 +  + 40 + 6

A.   60
B.   6,000
C.   0
D.   600
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Day 68

Which number is greater than 58 TENS but
less than 60 TENS, and is an odd number?

A.   59
B.   5857
C.   583
D.   592
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Day 69

There are 58 eggs in a basket. If you put the
eggs in boxes of a dozen, how many more eggs
would you need to fill the fifth dozen?

A.   5 eggs
B.   2 eggs
C.   12 eggs
D.   4 eggs
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Day 70

What was done to the number 84,327 to
change it to 87,327?

B.   Subtract three thousand
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Day 71

Which is the best estimate for the length of
this classroom?
A. 9 feet
B. 9 kilometers
C. 9 meters
D. 9 centimeters
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Day 72

Cameron is making a bracelet using circles,
triangles, and squares. If the pattern continues
to the right what would be the ninth piece that
Cameron would put on her bracelet?

○∆○∆
A.   triangle
B.   rectangle
C.   square
D.   circle
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Day 73

Which number is greater than 28 tens, less
than three hundreds, AND is an even
number?
A. 29
B. 2946
C. 294
D. 283
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Day 74

Fill in the missing s to complete the
pattern?
15, , , 27, 31, , 39, 43

A.   16, 23, 33
B.   20, 25, 35          Process of
C.   17, 21, 32        Elimination!!!!
D.   19, 23, 35
Daily LEAP Review
Day 75

How many numbers in this set when rounded to
the nearest thousand would equal 4000?
3946, 4507, 3270, 4343, 4589, 3476

A.   2
B.   4
C.   1
D.   3
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Day 76

A.   slid
B.   flipped
C.   turned
D.   returned
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Day 77

If there are 100 people in line and Dave is
the 25th person in line, how many people
are behind him?
A. 34 people
B. 65 people
C. 60 people
D. 75 people
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Day 78
Glenda has a choice of three flavors of ice cream
(Strawberry, Vanilla and Chocolate) and three
different toppings (Pecans, Cherries, Fudge).
She will have a sundae which has 1 type of ice
cream and 1 topping. How many different sundae
combinations can she choose from?

A.   6
B.   9
C.   12
D.   15
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Day 79

Which number when placed in the s will make
both number sentences true?
19 -  = 0
x0 =0
A. 1
B. 0
C. 32
D. 19
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Day 80

The black bear is how much heavier than the
koala bear?                   Kind       Weight
a. 182 pounds            Polar    1,137 pounds
b. 192 pounds            Grizzly 539 pounds
c. 234 pounds            Black    208 pounds
d. 282 pounds            Panda    242 pounds
Koala   26 pounds
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Day 81

The zookeeper wants to give the panda 8 gallons of water
to drink. He only has a 1-pint jar. How many full jars of
water will he need to give the panda?
a. 1 pint
b. 8 pints
c. 14 pints
d. 64 pints
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Day 82

The zookeeper gives the grizzly bear a bucket full of 10
salmon, 5 trout, 3 bass, and 2 catfish. If the bear reaches in
the bucket and pulls out 1 fish, which type of fish is he most
likely to get?
a. Salmon
b. Trout
c. Bass
d. Catfish
Daily LEAP Review
Day 83

Which of the following means the same as 3 X 4?
a. 3 + 3 + 3
b. 4 + 4 + 4
c. 3 + 4
d. 3 + 3 + 4 +4
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Day 84

Taylor decided to eat a handful of 23 jelly beans. He has
eaten 12 so far. About how much of the handful did he eat?
b. Between 25% and 50%
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Day 85

A class of students will be evenly divided into teams of 3
students each. How many students COULD BE in the
class?
a. 20
b. 24
c. 26
d. 31
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Day 86

John has a quarter, Mickey has 2 nickels, Pam has 3 dimes
and Sharon has 20 pennies. Who has the most money?
a. John
b. Mickey
c. Pam
d. Sharon
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Day 87

Lisa bought a shirt at the store. She receive four dollar
bills, one quarter, three nickels and a penny as change
after she gave the cashier a \$20 bill. How much did the
shirt cost?
a. \$15.44
b. \$4.41
c. \$15.59
d. \$6.89
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Day 88

Another way to write the number 72,406 is:
a. 7 thousands, 2 hundreds, 4 tens, 6 ones
b. 70,000 + 2,000 + 400 + 6
c. 7 + 2 + 4 + 0 + 6
d. seventy thousand, four hundred six
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Day 89

Sheldon said, “I weigh between 50 and 60 pounds. You
can find my weight if you skip count from 0 by 8’s.” How
much do I weigh?
a. 50 pounds
b. 56 pounds
c. 58 pounds
d. 64 pounds
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Day 90

Mrs. Berber will buy candy for her 5 children. If she wants to
give each child one candy bar for each day of the school
week, how many should she buy?
a. 5
b. 10
c. 25
d. 35
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Day 91

Toby will make pizzas for a party. Below is a list of
what she needs to make 3 pizzas. If there is the
same amount of cheese on each pizza, how much
cheese should Toby put on each one?
a. 4 ounces               Ingredients Needed for 3 Pizzas

b. 6 ounces                   3     Round Pizza Crust

c. 9 ounces               1 ½ cups Tomato Sauce

d. 54 ounces             18 ounces Grated Cheese
12 ounces Sliced Pepperoni
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Day 92
The line below shows the year when different things were
invented.
1851     1867       1885        1903         1941        1961
Flash   Bicycle   Automobile   Airplane     Color      Spaceship
Camera                                     Television

How would you find the number of years between the
invention of the color television and the automobile?
a. 1961 minus 1941
b. 1941 minus 1903
c. 1941 minus 1885
d. 1885 minus 1941
Daily LEAP Review
Day 93

A worker is making a brick sidewalk, as shown in the
diagram below.

If he follows the same pattern, which way should the
bricks go next?
a.           b.           c.            d.
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Day 94

Carla has a plan for an exercise program.
She will run 1 block on Day 1
She will run 2 blocks on Days 2 and 3
She will run 3 blocks on Days 4, 5, and 6

If she continues the pattern of her plan, what day will she
start running 5 blocks? Hint!!!!! Make a Table!!!!
a. Day 5
b. Day 7
c. Day 10
d. Day 11
Daily LEAP Review
Day 95

Look at the pattern of squares shown below.

Which shape should go in the       ?

a.           b.           c.            d.
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Day 96

A toy store groups toys based on their price. The chart shows
the cost of a toy in each group.
If the pattern continues,          Groups of Toys     Price
how much would a Group 7          Group 1          \$1
toy cost?                         Group 2          \$4
Group 3          \$9
a.   \$42
Group 4          \$16
b.   \$47
Group 5          \$25
c.   \$49                         Group 6          \$36
d.   \$64                         Group 7
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Day 97

The table below shows how many dimes you need to buy gum
balls from a machine. How many gum balls would you get for 8
dimes?
Dimes In   Gum Balls Out
a.   4
1            2
b.   11
2            4
c.   16                              3            6
d.   32                              4            8
5            10
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Day 98

Valerie wants to be at the store when it opens at 10:00 a.m. It
will take her 45 minutes to get ready and 20 minutes to walk
there. At what times should she start to get ready?

a.   8:55 a.m.
b.   9:15 a.m.
c.   9:40 a.m.
d.   11:05 a.m.
Daily LEAP Review
Day 99

An astronaut wants to measure the distance she travels from
the moon to the earth. What units of measurements would she
use?

a.   feet
b.   inches
c.   miles
d.   yards
Daily LEAP Review
Day 100

About how high is a classroom ceiling?
a. 36 feet
b. 25 feet
c. 9 feet
d. 5 feet
Daily LEAP Review
Day 101

Which two figures could be combined to make a rectangle?

3             4
2
1

a.    Figure 1 and 2
b.    Figure 2 and 3
c.    Figure 1 and 3
d.    Figure 1 and 4
Daily LEAP Review
Day 102

Which of these shapes is a 5-sided polygon?
a. Rectangle
b. Square
c. Pentagon
d. Circle
Daily LEAP Review
Day 103

Look at the shape below and then answer
the question.

Which drawing shows the shape turned
upside down?.

A..
B..                       D..
C..
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Day 104
Four students ran a race.
Abe finished first.
Ryan finished before Mark, but after Abe.
Tito finished after Ryan.
Mark Did not finish last.

In what order did they finish?
a. Abe, Mark, Tito, Ryan
b. Abe, Ryan, Tito, Mark
c. Abe, Tito, Ryan, Mark
d. Abe, Ryan, Mark, Tito
Daily LEAP Review
Day 105

The chart below shows how much it costs for long-
distance telephone calls.

How long could you talk for \$2.25?
a. 15 minutes
\$0.25   3 minutes
b. 24 minutes
\$0.50   6 minutes
c. 27 minutes
\$0.75   9 minutes
d. 30 minutes
\$1.00   12 minutes
Daily LEAP Review
Day 106

The weather station put this chart on the television.

On which day would you most likely need an umbrella?
a. Monday
b. Tuesday
Mon.           20%
c. Wednesday                    Tues.          30%
d. Thursday                     Wed.           70%
Thurs.           0%
Daily LEAP Review
Day 107
You and three friends want to play a game. Which
spinner would you use to give each person the same
chance to win?

a.            b.            c.            d.
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Day 108
Elena weighs 42 pounds. If you add the weights
of Elena and Shawna, you get exactly 100
pounds. Which number sentence could be used
to find Shawna’s weight?

a.   Shawna’s weight – 42 pounds = 100 pounds
b.   100 pounds - 42 pounds = Shawna’s weight
c.   100 pounds + 42 pounds = Shawna’s weight
d.   42 pounds + Shawna’s weight = 100 pounds
Daily LEAP Review
Day 109
The number sentence below shows the heights (in
inches) of two pairs of students.
42 + 36     41 + 49

Which symbol would make the number sentence
true?
a.   >
b.   -
c.   <
d.   =
Daily LEAP Review
Day 110

Which number sentence would be true?

42 +   ☺     = 126

a.   3
b.   42
c.   84
d.   168
Daily LEAP Review
Day 111

Birch St.
Which two streets are

Oak St.
Elm St.
parallel?               Robin Ave.

Cardinal Ave.
a. Robin & Birch
b. Cardinal & Oriole
Finch Ave.
c. Finch & Land
d. Oak & Land           Oriole Ave
Daily LEAP Review
Day 112

Birch St.
Pierre walked one side

Oak St.
Elm St.
of the square city block   Robin Ave.

around the duck pond.
He walked 420 meters.      Cardinal Ave.

How far is it around the
whole city block?
Finch Ave.
a. 840 meters
b. 1260 meters             Oriole Ave

c. 1680 meters
d. 4200 meters
Daily LEAP Review
Day 113

Cherie divided her candy bar into thirds. She
gave one-third to her sister and one-third to
her brother. How much of her candy bar does
she have left?
a. ⅓
b. ½
c. ¼
d. ¾
Daily LEAP Review
Day 114

Margarita brought a sheet of nine
stickers to school. At recess, she
shared some with her friends, so
that she has only 2/9 of the stickers
left. How many stickers did she
give to her friends?

a.   2
b.   3
c.   6
d.   7
Daily LEAP Review
Day 115

By how much would the value of 5,647 be
decreased if the 5 were replaced by a 2?
a. 3
b. 300
c. 3,000
d. 30,000
Daily LEAP Review
Day 116

Which of the following problems CANNOT be
solved using the number sentence below?
15 – 8 =

a. Siu Ping had 15 trading cards. She gave 8 to Jim.
How many does she have now?
b. Siu Ping needs 15 more trading cards than Jim has.
Jim has 8. How many does Siu Ping need?
c. Siu Ping has 15 trading cards. Jim has 8. How
many more does Sui Ping have than Jim?
d. Siu Ping needs 15 trading cards. She has 8. How
many more does she need?
Daily LEAP Review
Day 117

Susan made 32 cupcakes for a bake sale. She is
putting her cupcakes into boxes, with 4
cupcakes in each box. Which of the following
will tell her how many boxes she needs?
a. Multiply 32 by 4
c. Divide 32 by 4
d. Subtract 4 from 32
Daily LEAP Review
Day 118
Use the two bars below to answer the question.

Which number is shown by the shaded parts of the
bars?
a. 1.3
b. 1.7
c. 1 ⅓
d. 1 ¾
Daily LEAP Review
Day 119

Which list shows the numbers in order
from Smallest to Largest?

a. ½      1¼       1               1¾

b. 1      1¼       ½               1¾

c. ½      1        1¼              1¾
Daily LEAP Review
Day 120
Kim’s uncle is a truck driver. On his last trip, he drove from Boston
to Chicago, then to Denver, and back to Boston. Kim found the
following information in an atlas.

Distance Between Cities
Between Boston and Chicago      965 miles
Between Chicago and Denver      1,037 miles
Between Denver and Boston       1,953 miles

Based on this information, how many miles did Kim’s uncle travel?
a. 2,845 miles
b. 3,945 miles       Boston           Chicago          Denver
c. 2,855 miles
d. 3,955 miles
Daily LEAP Review
Day 121
3 15

245
- 37
208
A student completed the subtraction problem above. The
changes to the top number show that 245 is the same as
a. 2 hundreds, 3 tens, 15 ones
b. 2 hundreds, 31 tens, 5 ones
c. 2 hundreds, 315 ones
d. 2 thousands, 3 hundreds, 1 ten, 5 ones
Daily LEAP Review
Day 122
In the following set of 40 numbers, some numbers have been circled
according to a number pattern. Study the pattern. Which numbers
should be circled in the FOURTH row?
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

a.   32, 35, 38
b.   31, 33, 35, 37, 39
c.   31, 34, 37, 40
d.   33, 36, 39
Daily LEAP Review
Day 123

Which number below is GREATEST?
a. 0.07
b. 0.6
c. 0.56
d. 0.18

HINT!!!! THINK MONEY!!!!!
Daily LEAP Review
Day 124

Draw a two squares. Show how ½ and 4/8 are
Equivalent (equal to each other) fractions using
the two squares you drew.

½                  4/8
Daily LEAP Review
Day 125

Mystery Number
When you switch my one’s digit with my thousands digit,
I become 28,461. What number am I?
a. 28,164
b. 18,462
c. 21,468
d. 26,481
Daily LEAP Review
Day 126

What was done to the input number in order to
get the output number?                Input Output

B.   add 2, then multiply by 5      3     17
C.   multiply by 5, then add 2
4     22
D.   multiply by 2
5     27
6     32
Daily LEAP Review
Day 127

Mr. Johnson cuts 1 foot off the end of a board. Then, he
Cut the remaining board in 2 equal pieces, each 6 feet
long. A reasonable length for the original board is:
a. 12 feet
b. 13 feet
c. 14 feet
d. 15 feet
Daily LEAP Review
Day 128

You would wear short sleeves when the temperature
a. 15° F
b. 38° F
c. 50° F
d. 70° F
Daily LEAP Review
Day 129
How would the following figure look from the bottom?

A.                B.             C.       D.
Daily LEAP Review
Day 130

Complete the pattern:

23, 26, 29, 32, _____, _____, _____
Daily LEAP Review
Day 131

Which is a set of even numbers?
a. 3, 5, 6, 9
b. 10,18, 24, 29
c. 16, 20, 32, 58
d. 15, 17, 21, 25
Daily LEAP Review
Day 132

The table below shows how many quarters Harry
can he play for 8 quarters?        Quarters Games

1      2
A.   16 games
B.   12 games                    2      4
C.   20 games                    3      6
D.   14 games                    4      8
5      10
Daily LEAP Review
Day 133

If each box represents two square inches, what is the area of
the figure?

A.   12 square inches
B.   20 square inches
C.   15 square inches
D.   26 square inches
Daily LEAP Review
Day 134

Which picture represents a number greater than ¾ ?

A.           B.           C.              D.
Daily LEAP Review
Day 135

a. slid
b. flipped
c. turned
d. Rotated 90 degrees
Daily LEAP Review
Day 136

Write all of the factors for the following
numbers:
a. 20: ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____

b. 12: ____, ____, ____, ____, ____, ____
Daily LEAP Review
Day 137

If you color 2/3 of the crayons blue and the rest
red, how many will be blue?
Daily LEAP Review
Day 138
LEAP is NEXT WEEK!!!!!

Write each fraction as a decimal:
a. 6/10    _______

b. 3/10    _______

c. 25/100 _______

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