Math Starters 1

Remember:

  • Pull out the important information

  • Decide what operation to use (add, subtract, multiply, divide)

  • When in doubt – DRAW it out (make a picture or diagram)

#1:  Sixteen children have ice cream cones.  Eleven children have ice cream bars.  Three children have ice-cream cups.

  • How many ice creams do the children have in all?
  • How many more cones do they have than ice cream cups?

#2: Lin and Karina volunteer to walk dogs in their neighborhood.  They each walk the same number of dogs. Lin walked 5 dogs.

  • How many dogs did they walk altogether?
  • If their friend Lauren helps, how many dogs could they take now?

Math Starters 2

Remember:

  • Pull out the important information

  • Decide what operation to use (add, subtract, multiply, divide)

  • When in doubt – DRAW it out (make a picture or diagram)

#1:  There are 20 kids in Derek’s class.  His class formed 2 equal teams for a kickball game.

  • How many kids were on each team?
  • If 4 students were absent tomorrow, how many students will be on each team?

#2: Lin and Karina volunteer to walk dogs in their neighborhood.  They each walk the same number of dogs.

  • If 18 dogs need walks, how many dogs will each girl take?
  • If their friend Lauren helps, how many dogs will each girl take?
Daily Journal

Daily Journal

1. Today is ______________, January ______ 2015.

2. Yesterday was _________________________.

3. Tomorrow will be _______________________.

Unscramble:

4.  TCA  =  ___  ___  ___

5.  ATHM  =  ___  ___  ___  ___

6.  RTAP  =  ___  ___  ___  ___

Math:

7.   10 + 10 = _______

8.   50 + 10 = _______

9.   51 + 10 = _______

10. Dime  +  Dime  +  Nickel =  ________________

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