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NAME: SCORE 10 DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 0 August 26th-August 27th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, AUGUST 27th 1 List at least 5 ways to represent the number 14 14 2 Jarron has 88 rocks. If he has 4 boxes and places an equal number of rocks in each box. How many rocks are in each box? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Francis has 53 hair pins. She gave Sharmain 23 of her hair pins. How many hair pins does she have now? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? 12 + 7 = + 8 What goes in the to make this statement true NAME: SCORE DATE: 10 COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 1 August 27th-September 3rd DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3rd 1 List at least 5 ways to represent the number 28 28 2 John has 127 baseball cards. Jason gave him 48 more baseball cards. How many baseball cards does he have now? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Frank has 48 pencils. He gave Sharon 12 pencils. How many pencils does he have now? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? 6 + 7 = + 8 What goes in the to make this statement true NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 2 August 28th-September 4th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th 1 List as many ways possible to represent the number 36 36 2 All together Mr. Horken, Mr. Kasel, and Mrs. Boehmer had 917 rocks. Each person had a different type of rock. Mr. Kasel had 490 sedimentary rocks. Mrs. Boehmer had317 igneous rocks. How many metamorphic rocks did Mr. Horken have? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Mrs. Glenn collected $743.00 for lunch this week. Her bills for everything total of $578.00. How much money does she have left? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? 17 - 7 = + 6 What goes in the to make this statement true NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 3 September 4th-September 11th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th 1 There are 24 students in Mr. Kasel's class. Each student has another student paired with them at their table. How many tables does Mr. Kasel need? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 180 students at Franklin Elementary in grades Kindergarten thru 5th grade. There are 95 students in grades Kindergarten-2nd grade. How many are in grades 3rd-5th? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 3 sections of 5th grade at Kluckhohn Elementary. There are 12 students in each section. How many students are in 5th grade at Kluckhohn Elementary? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? 6 x 4 = 15 + What goes in the to make this statement true NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 4 September 11th-September 18th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18th 1 You have 4 buckets and you need to pick up 36 rocks. There must be an equal number of rocks in each bucket. How many rocks in each bucket? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 The Bulldogs scored 4 touchdowns each worth 6 points. They ended the game with 33 points. How many points did not come from touchdowns? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 14 girls in fifth grade. There is a total of 40 students in fifth grade. How many students are boys? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? 12 x 4 = 12 + What goes in the to make this statement true NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 5 September 18th-September 25th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th 1 There are 18 chairs in the classroom. Each chair has 4 legs. There are 18 students in the classroom and each student has two legs. How many chair legs are there? How many human legs are there? How many chair and human legs combined? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I have $.88 in my pocket. I have one quarter, but I am not sure of the rest of the coins. What other coins do I have to make the $.88? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 At the Puppy Relays I jumped 16' 3" in the Long Jump. Jared jumped 180 inches. Who jumped farther? By how much? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? 12 - = 44 ÷ 11 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 6 September25th-October 2nd DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2nd 1 During the week I worked on my homework for 1 hour and 33 minutes. Monday I spent 23 minutes on homework. Tuesday and Wednesday the time spent was an eaqual amount of minutes. Thursday I spent 20 minutes on homework. How much time did I spend on Tuesday and Wednesday's homework? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I ran a total of 3 miles during the week. On Monday I ran a mile (1 mile). Tuesday was 1.5 or (1 1/2) miles. Wednesday I did not run. Thursday and Friday I ran the same distance. How far did I run on Thursday and Friday? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 At the Puppy Relays I jumped 11' 3" in the Long Jump. John jumped 145 inches. Who jumped farther? By how much? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? A B 10 x = ÷ 10 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 7 October 2nd-October 9th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9th 1 There are 18 people who are in Mr. Kasel's class. 1/3 of the class likes Science the best. 1/2 like Math the best. The rest of the class thinks Reading is the best. How many students like: Sciene the best? Math the best? Reading the best? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I drove a total of 33 miles during the week. On Monday I drove 11 miles. Tuesday was 8 miles. Wednesday was half of Tuesday's driving distance. Thursday and Friday I drove the same distance. How far did I drive on Thursday and Friday? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Mr. Kasel and Mrs. Boehmer were comparing how much time they spent at school doing work. Mr. Kasel reported he was there 466 minutes. Mrs. Boehmer reported she was there for 7 hours and 50 minutes. Who worked longer? By how much time? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number is need to make this statement true? A B 3 x = ÷ 2 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 8 October 9th-October 16th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16th 1 There are 40 people who are in Franklin Elementary's 5th Grade class. 1/2 of the class likes Science Fiction books. 1/4 of the class likes Mysteries books. The rest of the class like Non- Fiction books. How many students like: Science Fiction? Mysteries? Non-Fiction? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 My house payment each month is $1,400. How much do I pay for my house each year? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There is a section of the railroad tracks that has been destroyed. So I need to replace both sides of the track. In the section I need to replace the length of the railroad tracks is 224' feet. How much rail (tracks) do I need so I can make the railroad tracks useable for a train? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? A B 7 x = ÷ 4 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 9 October 16th-October 23rd DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23rd 1 Mrs. Boehmer was having a discussion as to what students like to do in their spare time. There are 10 students who like to watch TV. 1/2 the number of TV watchers like to play video games. If Mrs. Boehmer has 28 students in her class and the rest like to read. How many students like to read? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 Each year I pay $2,400 for my cable and internet. The company providing my services bills me an equal amount each month. How much is my bill each month for cable and internet? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Eric stated he had won a marathon in a time of 4 hours 6 minutes and 6 seconds. Lori was second in a time of 256 minutes and 43 seconds. How much time did Eric win the marathon by? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? A B 5 x = ÷ 3 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 10 October 23rd-October 30th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30th 1 Frank has 810 baseballs cards. He has 410 more Topps baseball cards than Upper Deck baseball cards. How many of each kind (Upper Deck & Topps) does Frank have? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 18 students in Mr. Kasel's class. Each day half the class eats hot lunch. If hot lunch is $2.10 per student. How much money does the lunch room collect in one day from Mr. Kasel's class? How much in a five-day week, if the same number (1/2 the class) eat hot lunch every day? One day? Five day-week? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 288 pieces of paper on Mr. Kasel's desk. If I correct half of those papers on Monday. I correct an equal amount of papers each night on the remaining nights (Tuesday-Friday night.) How many papers did I correct on each night? Monday? Tuesday? Wednesday? Thursday? Friday? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 15 + = 210 ÷ 3 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 11 October 30th-November 5th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5th 1 There are 100 students in 5th grade. According to a survey done by the office, they found that 25% of the 5th graders like to play in the band. 1/2 of the 5th graders like to play sports. The rest of the 5th graders are either interested in clubs or dance. The number of 5th graders interested in dance is one student more than the number interested in clubs. How many students are interested in Band? Sports? Clubs? Dance? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 25 students who pay $.50 a week to be in a Chess Club. After 5 weeks of collecting their dues the Chess Club received a bill for new game boards that was $66.50. Did they have enough money to pay the bill? If so, by how much? If not how much are they in the hole (or in the red)? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 I have total of 384 feet of rope. The rope is used to rope off my lawn. When I am finished roping off my lawn I will not have any extra rope. If my lawn is a rectangle, and 2 of the sides are 104 feet long. How long are the other 2 sides? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 34 + = 420 ÷ 5 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 12 November 5th-November 13th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13th 1 There are 50 students who tried out for the school play. There were an equal number of boys and girls that tried out. There was a lead part for the boys and a lead part for the girls. After the lead parts were assigned. The Director of the play indicated that only half the boys would get a part and 1/3 of the girls would get a part. Including the students with lead roles. How many girls got a part? How many boys got a part? What fraction of the students who tried out got a part? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I have a total of 90 pieces of pizza. Those pieces came in 9 boxes. How many pieces where in each box? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 I need to carpet my living room. The living room measures 14' ft by 18 ft' How many square feet of carpet do I need? What is the perimeter of my room? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 51 — = 100 ÷ 5 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 13 November13th-November 20th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20th 1 17 Fifth graders worked on Math for 24 minutes each. Those same 17 fifth graders worked on Science for half the time they worked on Math. How long did the fifth graders work on Math? How long did they work on Science? How many minutes combined did they work on Math and Science? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 140 bikes tires. Each box can hold 2 tires. Each box gets sold for $4.00. When the all boxes are paid for the owner collects 1/2 the money. How many boxes did they sell? How much money did they collect for selling the boxes? How much money did the owner collect from the sold boxes? How much money is left after the owner receives his payment? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 I need to carpet my classroom. The room is 31' feet by 15' feet. The carpet company charges $.75 per square foot to lay carpet. In addition they charge $.50 per foot for a border along the bottom of the room to hold the carpet down. What is the area of my classroom? How much does it cost to have the carpet installed? How much does it cost to have the border installed? What is the total cost to have the carpet and border installed? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 6 x = 120 ÷ 5 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 14 November 20th-November 25th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th 1 I have $3.53 in my pocket. I have 2 bills & 14 coins in my pocket. What are the coins and bills I have in my pocket? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 210 oranges that are placed into boxes. If 14 oranges can be placed in a box. How many boxes are completely filled with 14 oranges? How many oranges were not placed into a full box? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Jared was playing basketball and reported he scored 41 points. He made a total of 20 shots (a combination of Free Throws worth 1 point; 2 Point FG worth 2 points; 3 Point FG worth 3 points) How many Free Throws did Jared make? How many 2 point FG's did Jared make? How many 3 point FG's did Jared make? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 9 x = 90 ÷ 5 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 15 November 25th-December 4th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4th 1 It is 357 miles to my home town of Osage, Iowa. I make the drive in 4 days. I drive 57 miles on day one. On day 2 I double my distance from Day 1. On days three and four I drive the same distance. How far did I drive on Day 1? Day 2? Day 3? Day 4? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 During the basketball game on Friday there was a total of 97 points scored between the two teams (Bulldogs and Braves). The number of points scored by the winning team (Bulldogs) was greater than 50. The losing teams score-- the digits of the their score is a sum 10? What was the final score? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 At the beginning of December I had a bill of $60 on my credit card. Each month they charge 14% interest. If I skip this month's payment they charge me 14% interest plus a late fee of $15.00. What can I expect my bill of this credit card to be at the beginning of January? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 3 x = 189 ÷ 9 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 16 December 4th-December 11th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11th 1 My mother spent a total of $345.87 shopping for Christmas. She said she spent and equal amount on each person she bought presents for. She bought presents for 9 people. How much did she spend on each person? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 During the football game on Saturday there was a total of 84 points scored between the two teams (Hawkeyes and Cyclones). The number of points scored by the winning team (Hawkeyes) was greater than 30. The losing teams score-- the digits of the their score is a product of 24? What was the final score? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 In the year 2010 it cost me $120,000 to build my house. The bank said I don't need to make a house payment the first year (Year 2010). However, the bank charges me 2% interest each month for the loan and each month the interest compounds. How much will my loan amount be at the start of 2011? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 14 + = 72 ÷ 3 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 17 December 11th-December 18th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18th 1 I sold a total of 88 wreaths and won the contest for our school fund raiser. The third place person beat out fourth place by one wreath. Third place person sold 1/4 as many as I did. At the assembly before break they told us that the top four sales in the school totaled 187 wreaths sold. How many did 1st place sell? How many did 2nd place sell? How many did 3rd place sell? How many did 4th place sell? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 MidAmerican Energy charges $0.35 per Kilowatt (KW) of energy used by their customers. Our household used 28.34 units of KW during the month of December. After they figure the charges for KW used. They have a $10.00 monthly maintenance fee. After the charges for KW used and maintenance are calculated, they tax our bill $.07 (the state sales tax 7%). What can we expect our bill to be for the month of December? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 144 crates filled with about 25 strawberries in each crate. About how many strawberries are there? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 77 + = 321 ÷ 3 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 18 December 18th-December 22nd DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22nd 1 If all 17 fifth graders in Mr. Kasel's class achieved their Reading Counts goal of 12 points. How many total points were achieved by Mr. Kasel's fifth graders? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There were a total of 5 pizzas bought for the party that cost $8.00 each pizza. In addition there were drinks bought for the party. If Mr. Kasel bought 4 2-liters at $1.99 a 2-liter. What is the total bill for pizza and pop for our party? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 I went shopping at Wal-Mart for presents for my family for Christmas. As I walking to check out I figured my total to be $245.98 for the items in my cart. The sales tax in Iowa is 7%. What is my bill with the sales tax included? (The person who comes up with a one step way of doing it will get to go first for pizza--Must have reached RC Goal) EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 23 + = 500 ÷ 4 NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 19 December 22nd-January 8th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 8th 1 The Plymouth County Road Department has 13 plows for removing snow. They have 1235 miles of roads to plow. The Plymouth County Board of Supervisors decided to cut back on 3 plows. To save $75,000 from their budget. If each plow is expected to be responsible for the same number of miles of the road. How many miles of snow did each plow remove when there were 13 plows? How many miles of snow will each plow be responsible for when there are 10 plows. How much do they figure each plow costs to run? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There were a total of 55,656 people at the Orange Bowl. Over half the fans were Hawkeye fans. One-third of the fans were for the Yellow Jackets. Seven thousand people were there just to watch the game and cheered for neither the Hawkeyes or Yellow Jackets. How many people were Yellow Jacket fans? How many people were Hawkeye fans? How many people were just there for the game? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 I didn't hear the score of the game. But I know the Bulldogs won over the Wolfpack. The two things I did hear correctly related to the score were. The Bulldogs scored over 60 points and the Wolfpacks score was 6 less than the Bulldogs. The Bulldogs score the digits were a product of 24 while the Wolfpacks score was a sum of 13. What was the final score? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 75 + = 600 ÷ 6 88 x 7 = 700 - 44 + 100 = 12 x NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 20 January 8th-January 15th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 15th 1 There are 44 streets in Le Mars. Half of the streets have a number (example 1st Street and 1st Avenue) One quarter are named after certain trees. The other quarter are named after people and landforms. What percentage of the streets are named after numbers? What percentage are named after trees? What percentage is named after people & landforms? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I have 19 coins and it equals $1.51. What are the coins that I have? How many of each coin do I have? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There was a cup filled with 54 fl. oz. of water. In Science class we were doing an evaporation activity. We kept track of how much evaporation took place. If we checked everyday including Saturday's & Sunday's. If we started observing on January 1st and it was filled to 54 fl. oz. and every day there were two fl. oz. gone each day we checked. (So Jan. 2nd had 52 fl. oz.) On what day can we expect the cup to be at 0 fl. oz? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 90 + = 100 ÷ 10 81 x 5 = 700 - 144 + 100 = 247 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 21 January 15th-January 22nd DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 22nd 1 There are 99 counties in Iowa. If Nebraska has twice as many counties as Iowa and Wyoming has 4 times as many as Iowa. How many counties does: Iowa have? Nebraska have? Wyoming have? All 3 states together? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I scored 81, 72, 99, 73, & 75 on my Math tests. What is my average score? What is my range in scores? (Difference in High to Low) EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 I have 32 Fluid ounces (fl oz) in my cup. If 4 fl oz of liquid evaporate everyday. Starting January 4th I filled the cup with 32 fl oz and I checked every day including Saturday's and Sunday's. When can I expect the cup to be at 0 fl oz? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 123 - = 500 ÷ 25 66 x 5 = 700 - 200 + 23 = 357 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 22 January 25th-January 29th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, JANUARY 29th 1 The temperature in Las Vegas is between 90 & 80 degrees (F). The temperature in Le Mars is colder than Las Vegas. The temperature in Denver is 22 degrees colder than Le Mars. The temperature in Denver is 2 degrees above freezing on the Fahrenheit scale. The temperature in Las Vegas is 28 degrees warmer than Le Mars. What is the temperature in Le Mars? What is the temperature in Denver? What is the temperature in Las Vegas? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I read a book that had 927 pages it took me 9 days to read the book. How many pages did I read each day? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 If a frog is in a well that is 30 feet deep. Each day it jumps up 4 feet. But it slides down 2 feet. How many days will it take the frog to get out of the well? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 524 - = 75 ÷ 25 21 - 5 = 400 - 300 + 23 = 478 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 23 January 29th-February 5th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5th 1 I made $43.36 for working 2 weeks at the grocery store. What can I expect to make in one month of work at this rate? What can I expect to make for a year at this rate? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 My score for the test was more than John's. Eric was less than John's by 5 points. Eric's was 14 less than mine. Elizabeth's was 78 which was 8 less than Eric's score. What was my score? John's score? Eric's score? Elizabeth's score? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 My Science test average was a 88 out of 100. I never got the same score on any of the five tests I took. All my test scores were between 96 & 82 out of 100. What were my five tests scores? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 110 - = 75 ÷ 25 12 x 5 = 83 - 300 + = 478 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 24 February 5th-February 12th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12th 1 There are 26 people who have tickets to the show. If each ticket cost $45.00, plus 7% sales tax. What would be the total amount for the 26 tickets? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 4 dices with a different number (1-6) on each side. The numbers 1-6 are used only once on a dice. How many different combination of numbers can I roll? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 If 1 foot of snow equals 1 inch of water in my graduated cylinder. I placed 27 feet of snow in my cup. I did this on February 12th. The 27 feet of snow was finally liquid on February 15th. On February 16th there were 24 inches of water in the graduated cylinder. Each day there was evaporation of 3 inches of water. On what day can I expect my graduated cylinder to be at 0 inches of water? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 210 - = 150 ÷ 25 14 x 5 = 70 - 432 + = 433 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 25 February 12th-February 19th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19th 1 There are 900 people at the ball game. Over half of the crowd is cheering for the Bulldogs. One third are cheering for the Dutchmen. If 81 people are there to supervise, work the concession stand, and work the gate. How many people are cheering for the Bulldogs? How many people are cheering for the Dutchmen? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 6 dices with a different number (1-6) on each side. The numbers 1-6 are used only once on a dice. If I roll all six dice at once and add up the score with each dice showing as their value. What is the highest total I can roll with six dice? What is the lowest total I can roll with 6 dice? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 450 steps from the ground to the top of the tower. If the distance between each step is 2 feet. And at the top there is a 10 foot ladder you need to climb to reach the top or (as high as they'll let people go) Approximately what is the distance from the ground to the top of your head? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 123 - = 200 ÷ 25 7 x = 70 - 148 + = 345 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 26 February 19th-February 26th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26th 1 I collected $52.50 from my neighbors for shoveling their sidewalks. I get paid by the hour for shoveling. I worked for 7 1/2 hours. What is my hourly rate for shoveling snow? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 We traveled a total of 300 miles in 5 days. Each day we traveled a different amount of miles. Day 1 & 2 were greater than 51 miles, but less than 55 miles. Both days were an even number. Day 1 was less miles than Day 2. Day 3 was the least number I traveled. Day 4 was 10 more miles than Day 2. Day 5 was 16 more miles than Day 4. How many miles did I travel on Day 1? Day 2? Day 3? Day 4? Day 5? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 If I can plow 80 acres of farm land in one day. How many acres can I plow in 14 days? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 245 - = 300 ÷ 25 8 x = 80 - 234 + = 400 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 27 February 26th-March 4th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 4th 1 Four students took the Science test. They were Jason, Eric, Ryan, and Jamie. Ryan's score was one (1) point higher than Jamie's. Jason scored 88 out of 100 on his test. Eric scored 85 out of 100 on his test. The avergae for four (4) tests was 82. What were the scores for Jamie? Jason? Eric? and Ryan? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I was trying to find the value of a number. The teacher said 'it is a 3 digit number & it is an even number.' So I asked 'if I added the 3 digits together, what would be the sum?' The teacher replied '15.' I asked 'If I multiplied the digits together, what would the product be?' The teacher replied '96.' What even 3 digit number am I? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There was $450 in sales for the Des Moines trip. We made 1/3 of our money from The Cake Raffle. One-sixth was from a donation. The rest was from The Slushies Sales. How much did we make on: The Cake Raffle? The Slushies? & Donation? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 600 - = 3000 ÷ 20 5 x = 45 - 120 + = 300 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 28 March 4th-March 11th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 11th 1 There are 4 water bottles on the desk. There is a green water bottle, red water bottle, blue water bottle, and yellow water bottle. Eric said his was not green or yellow. Rhonda's said her water bottle was not blue or green. Jason said his was not red or blue. Macie said her water bottle was not red, green, or yellow. What color water bottle did Macie have? Eric have? Rhonda have? Jason have? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 I am a rectangle with a perimeter of 80 feet. An area of 375 square feet. What are the distances of my sides? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 Mr. Kasel worked on my garage for 1 hour and 23 minutes. Mrs. Boehmer cleaned her house for 94 minutes. How many hours and minutes did Mr. Kasel & Mrs. Boehmer work all together? How many minutes did Mr. Kasel & Mrs. Boehmer work all together? How many seconds did Mr. Kasel & Mrs. Boehmer work all together? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 200 - = 200 ÷ 20 6 x = 54 - 235 + = 245 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 29 March 11th-March 18th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 18th 1 I read a book that was 873 pages long. Each day I read a different amount of pages. It took me 3 days to read the book. Day 1 I read 28 more pages than the average number of pages read over the three days. Day 3 I read 29 more pages than Day 1. What was the mean? How many pages did I read Day 1? Day 2? Day 3? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 The high and low teperature for Des Moines, Iowa on March 12th had a difference of 50 degrees. If you added and the high and low teperatures together they had a sum of 80. If you multiplied the high and low temperatures together they had a product of 975. What was the high and low temperature for Des Moines on March 12th? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 If 20 students each collected $22.25 for our fundraiser. How much money did all 20 students combined collect for the fundraiser? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 600 - = 500 ÷ 20 7 x = 49 - 766 + = 1,457 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 30 March 18th-March 25th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE THURSDAY, MARCH 25th 1 An outfielder plays two-thirds of her softball games in a season made up of 165 games. She bats four times per game. How many at bats will the outfielder have in a season? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 A baseball player strikeouts 3 out of 5 at bats. If this rate continues how many strikeouts will he have with 75 at bats? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 100 fifth graders. Half the students like Math. Half the number of students who like Math like Science. The number of students who like Art is one more than the number that like music. Make a pie graph, displaying the information listed above. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 120 - = 400 ÷ 20 6 x = 49 - 567 + = 1,450 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 31 March 25th-March 30th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE TUESDAY, MARCH 30th 1 The Bealle's pay $2,300 for their house. $590 for the vehicles they drive. They have $1,100 left from their monthly income. If half the remaining money goes into savings. Of the remaining money 1/5 goes for the girls dance lessons. Of the remaining money after dance lessons are paid, half that money goes for groceries. The rest of the money the family spends on entertainment, clothes, and other items. How much money does the Bealle family make in one month? How much is put into savings? How much is paid for dance lessons? How much is used for groceries? How much money does the family spend on entertainment, clothes, and other items? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 If you are taxed 36% of your income. You made $32,000 in 2009. How much money were taxed in 2009? How much money did you get to keep after taxes were taken? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 60 boys and 60 girls who signed up for the Le Mars Little League. There are 30 who signed up for the Minors. There are 45 who signed up for Majors. There are 15 who signed up for T-Ball. There are 60 who signed up for Seniors. If each team in each league except Tee-Ball needs 9 players per team. Tee-Ball needs 5 players to make a team How many teams will there be in Minors? Majors? Seniors? Tee-Ball? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 There are 60 boys and 60 girls who signed up for the Le Mars Little League. There are 30 who signed up for the Minors. There are 45 who signed up for Majors. There are 15 who signed up for T-Ball. There are 30 who signed up for Seniors. Make a pie graph, displaying the information listed above. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 230 - = 160 ÷ 20 5.5 x = 30 - 7.3 + = 15 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 32 April 6th-April 9th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, APRIl 9th 1 I have an average of 18 on my Math quizzes. I took a total of 5 Math quizzes. On Day 1 I scored 20. Day 2 was half of Day 3 score. Day 2 my score was 8. Day 4 & Day 5 were the same score. What was my quiz score for Day 1? Day 2? Day 3? Day 4? Day 5? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 My bill for new clothes was double the bill for groceries. My groceries are twice as much as my bill for dry cleaning. My dry cleaning bill was $36.55. How much did I pay for dry cleaning? What was my bill for groceries? What was my bill for new clothes? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 55 girls & boys involved with the Youth Sports Program. 1/11 of the kids like basketball the best. 1/5 like hockey the best. The Youth Sports Program only offers 2 more sports (football & volleyball). The total number of students who like volleyball is 5 more than the students who like football. How many students like basketball? How many students like hockey? How many students like volleyball? How many students like football? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 I have $60 to spend at the School Musical. I spent $15 on my ticket? I spent 1/8 of my money on treats. I spent half my money of souvenirs. The remaining money I took home. Make a pie graph displaying all the information on where I spent my money. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 120 - = 120 ÷ 20 3.3 x = 30 - 5.1 + = 15 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 33 April 9th-April 16th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 16th 1 When my wife and I flew to Cancun, we were allowed 50 pounds (lbs) in each suitcase. My wife and I were not able to weigh the suitcases by themselves. So my wife developed a method to weigh each suitcase. We would weigh ourselves, then weigh ourselves holding the suitcase. Then we would subtract the weight of us with the suitcase from our body weight to get the total weight of the suitcase. (Neat Idea!) My wife said she weighed 157.7 lbs. My weight was 181.5 lbs. My total weight with the suitcase was 228.5 lbs. My wife wouldn't say her weight with the suitcase. However, she did say her suitcase weighed 47.7 lbs. How much did my suitcase weigh? What was my wives total weight with the suitcase and her body weight? How much more weight could my suitcase hold? How much more weight could my wives suitcase hold? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 16 people who will be equally splitting 64 brownies. How many brownies will each person receive? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 My wife and I spent $787 in Cancun on souvenirs. We left Le Mars with $1,500. How much money did we come back with? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 I have $500 to spend at the Kohl's. I spent $100 on my shoes. I spent 1/2 of my money on shirts. I spent 1/10 my money on ties. The remaining money I spent on socks. Make a pie graph displaying all the information on where I spent my money. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 540 - = 540 ÷ 54 6.5 x = 30 - 7.8 + = 18 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 34 April 16th-April 23rd DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 23rd 1 There are 30 days of school left. Our teacher said that we won't have Math class one-sixth of those days because of 'things going on'. We have 50 minutes for Math when we have class. The class is broken into segments. 1/10 of the Math segment is for DMR. 1/2 of our time will be spent on the Math lesson. With the 1/5 our time used for mental math. The remaining time will be used for completing our assignment. How much time is allotted each day for: DMR? Math Lesson? Mental Math? Work time? How many minutes do we have left this school year when it comes to Math lesson time? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 48 people who will spilt 24 cans of pop. Each can has 12 ounces of pop (oz). How many oz will each person get? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 My wife had a party where for every $50 of merchandise sold she received $10 to buy her own stuff. If her party had total sales of $400.00. How much money did she earn to spend on her own stuff? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 My wife sold $400 worth of merchandise at her party. She sold half her goods on smelling sticks. She sold 1/8 her money on pots. With another 1/8 being spend on bulbs. The remaining money was spent on gift certificates. Make a pie graph displaying all the information on where the money was spent. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 230 - = 230 ÷ 23 4.7 x = 20 - 3.45 + = 18 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 35 April 23rd-April 30th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, APRIL 30th 1 There are 37 fifth grade students at Franklin Elementary. Mr. Kasel gave the students an assignment to design a body poster. Students were to choose their own groups. The groups could be made up of 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5 students. There are a total of 13 groups. There are 7 groups that have an odd number of students in them. The number of groups with an even number of students are the same. Two different students decided to do the poster by themselves. The total number of students who are in a group of 4 students has the same number of students who are in a group of 3 students. How many groups have 1 student in them? How many groups have 2 students in them? How many groups have 3 students in them? How many groups have 4 students in them? How many groups have 5 students in them? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 56 brownies that will be spilt for 28 students. Each brownie weighs .98 lbs (the entire brownie). What fraction of a brownie will each person get? What will each person's portion of the brownie weigh? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 25 days of school left. Each day we spend 55 minutes doing Reading. How many minutes of Reading do we have left this school year? How many hours and minutes do we have left for Reading this school year? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 There are 150 hours of school left this school year. Half of our time will be spent on Reading. 37 1/2 hours will be spent on Math. 1/5 of our time on activities. The rest of our time will be spent on Science & Social Studies. Make a pie graph displaying the information listed above. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 567 - = 330 ÷ 11 4.5 x = 18 ÷ 5.55 + = 72 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 36 April 30th-May 7th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, MAY 7th 1 There 15 girls who have 8 pairs of shoes each. There are 21 boys who each have 6 pairs of shoes each. How many total pairs of shoes do the girls have? How many total pairs of shoes do the boys have? How many total shoes between the boys and girls? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 27 brownies to be divided evenly for 54 boys. Each brownie weighs .84 pound (lbs). What portion of the brownie will each boy receive? What is the weight of each boy's portion of the brownie? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 There are 20 days of school left. Each day we spend 105 minutes doing Language Arts. We spend 50 minutes in Math everyday. Each school day we have 45 minutes in Science. Each day 45 minutes of instruction in Social Studies. 30 minutes a day in a special. How many hours and minutes do we have left this year in: Language Arts? Math? Social Studies? Science? Specials? How many hours and minutes are total in those areas combined? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 There are 20 days of school left. Half of our time will be devoted to play practice. One fourth our time will be used for Math. One eight our time will be for Science and Social Studies. The remaining time will be used for other activities. Make a pie graph displaying how the remaining school will be spent. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 344 - = 220 ÷ 5 6.7 x = 21 ÷ 4.4 + = 64 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 37 May 7th-May 14th DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, MAY 14th 1 At Puppy Relays Mr. Kasel's class won the 4 x 100 Relay with a time of 58.19 seconds. This means each runner runs 100 meters. Each runner ran under 16 seconds in their run. The first person ran their leg of the race in 15.67. The second runner was four tenths of a second faster than the first runner. When the 3rd runner handed off to the 4th runner the overall time so far was 45.9. What was the split for runner 1? What was the split for runner 2? What was the split for runner 3? What was the split for runner 4? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 There are 14 bottles of pop to be split evenly by 28 students. Each bottle of pop is 16 ounces (oz). If each oz of pop has 42 calories. How many oz will each student get? How many calories will each person consume if they drink their portion of the pop? How many calories are in each 16 oz bottle of pop? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 With 15 days of school left, Mr. Kasel's class started working on the play "Titanic." Each day they practice 45 minutes. If they practice everyday for 45 minutes. How many minutes did they practice? How many hours and minutes did they practice? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 This summer I worked 40 days. Half the days I worked on mowing lawns. One fourth the days I painted. The rest of the time was equally split between umpiring and building a deck. Make a pie graph to represent the time I spent on each. EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 645 - = 300 ÷ 5 6.7 x = 34 - 5.6 + = 50 - NAME: DATE: COGNITIVE GUIDED INSTRUCTION (CGI) Week 38 May 14th-May 21st DIRECTIONS: Please answer the questions as completely as possible. Explain your answer(s) and reasoning to the best of your ability DUE FRIDAY, MAY 21st 1 At Puppy Relays Mr. Kasel's class won the 4 x 200 Relay with a time of 2:14.32 seconds. This means each runner runs 200 meters. Each runner ran under 35 seconds in their run. The first and second runners had exactly the same time. When Mr. Kasel looked at his watch the third runner had run a split of 32.68. The final runners split was .64 seconds slower than the third runners split. What was the split for runner 1? What was the split for runner 2? What was the split for runner 3? What was the split for runner 4? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 2 Rose bought six yards of ribbon for a prom project. She wants to cut the ribbon into pieces 1/2 ft. long. How many pieces can she cut from the 6 yards of ribbon? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 3 An airplane at the Sioux City Airport is set to take off. It has a cargo limit (how much weight it can hold) of 3/4 of a ton. There are 1,600 pounds (lbs) worth of luggage. Is the plane safe to take off? If yes, how many more pounds could be placed on the airplane. If no, by how many pounds is it over by? EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 4 Read the Recipe for Fractions Cake 1 cup of sugar cup of sugar Your job is to change the recipe to serve 12 people 2 The recipe is set up to serve 4 people How much of each ingredient do you need? 7 cup of butter 8 1 1 teaspoons of vanilla 2 3 2 cups of flour 4 2 eggs EQUATION & WORK EXPLANATION 5 What number(s) are needed to make this statement true? 890 - = 150 ÷ 5 2.3 x = 18.4 - 4.5 + = 34.6 -

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