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Day 1

Word: data-

Factor: 9 × 12 = _

Shape: _______

Pattern: 1, 2, 4, _, 11, _

(Rule + 1, + 2, + 3, + 4, +5)

Measurement: 12 inches = _foot

Time: 8:00 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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2

Word: survey-

Factor: 8 × 9 =____

Shape: ________

Pattern: 0, 0, 1, 3, _, _

(Rule + 0, + 1, + 2, + 3, + 4)

Measurement: inches = 2 feet

Time: 9:30 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 3

Word: bias-a line that goes against the grain (slant or diagonal)

Fact: 7 × 9 =___

Shape: _______________

Pattern: 2, 4, _, 8, _, _

(Rule + 2 or multiples of 2, even numbers)

Measurement: 36 inches = feet

Time: 5:30 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 4

Word: unbias-a line that goes with the grain. (straight line)

Factors of 4? ______________

Shape: ________

Pattern: 1, 3, 5, _, 9, _, _

(Rule + 2, odd numbers)

Measurement: 36 inches = ___ yard

Time: 2:00 (Draw a clock with this time displayed)

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Day 5

Word: table-organized way to list data

123.456

What place is the 5 in?

Shape: _____________

Pattern: 8, 16, 24, _, 40, _

(Rule + 8 or multiples of 8)

Measurement: 72 inches = ___ yards

Time: 6:45 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 6

Word: tally marks-Marks made to keep track of things being counted.

Factors of 81:__________

Shape: ___________

Pattern: 9, 18, 27, _, 45, _

(Rule + 9 or multiples of 9)

Measurement: ___ feet = 1 yard

Time: 1:15 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 7

Word: graph-A drawing that shows a relationship between sets of data.

Factors of 49:_______________

Shape__________________

Pattern: 7, 8, 10, _, 13, 14, _

(Rule + 1, + 2, + 1, + 2 repeating)

Measurement: 1,760 yards = mile

Time: 12:45 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 8

Word: pictograph-A graph that used pictures or symbols to show data.

Factors of 56:____________

Shape: _____________

Pattern: 80, 40, _, 10, _

(Rule -40, -20, -10, -5 or -1/2)

Measurement: 5,280 feet = mile

Time: 4:15 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 9

Word: line graph-shows change over time

Factors of 9: ________________

Shape: _______________

Pattern: 10, 15, 25, _, 40, _

(Rule + 5, +10, +5, +10 repeating)

Measurement: 10 mm = ___ cm

(mm ~ pencil point, cm ~ pencil eraser)

Time: 2:05 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 10

Word: bar graph-a graph that uses bars to compare data.

Factors of 49:______

Shape: ____________

Pattern: 17, 18, 21, _, 25, _

(Rule + 1, +3, +1, +3 repeating)

Measurement: 10 cm = dm

Time: 1:35 (Show clock with this time displayed)

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Day 11 – Prime or Composite?

Word: pie graph-a graph that shows parts to make up a whole.

Factors of 45:__________

Shape: __________

Pattern: 66, 62, _, 54, _

(Rule -4, decreasing)

Measurement: 1,000 mm = m

Time: 1:35 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time will it be in 30 minutes?

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Day 12- Prime or Composite?

Word: Horizontal-Parallel to the horizon. A horizontal line is straight across.

Factors of 12: ___________

Shape: __________

Pattern: 7, 14, 21, _, 35, _

(Rule + 7 or multiples of 7)

Measurement: 1,000 m = km

Time: 11:15 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time will it be in 15 minutes?

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Number 13-Prime or Composite

Word: vertical-A line that is straight up and down.

Factors of 13:______________

Shape: ___________

Pattern: 22, 24, 28, _, 42, _

(Rule + 2, +4, +6, +8, increasing)

Probability: Of getting an odd number? P=(odd) P=_______________

20 16 12 27 10 19 41 13 6 2

Time: 3:45 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time will it be in 45 minutes?

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Number 14 – composite or prime?

Word: frequency-The number of times a value occurs in a set of data.

Factors of 14:______________

Shape: __________

Pattern: 76, 73, 72, _, 68, _

(Rule -3, -1, -3, -1, decreasing)

Probability: Of getting an even number on one dice? On two dice?

Time: 4:05 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time will it be in 1 hour and 30 minutes?

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Number 15 – Composite or Prime

Word: x axis- On a coordinate grid, the horizontal axis.

Factors of 15: _______________

Shape: ________________

Pattern: 1, 2, 4, _, 16, _

(Rule x2 or doubles, increasing)

Probability: Of getting a non-flowering plant?

oak tree pine tree fern daisy moss rose grass

Time: 1:30 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time was it 45 minutes ago?

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Number 16 – Composite or Prime

Word: y axis-On a coordinate grid, the vertical axis.

Factors of 16:

[++

++]Shape: _______________

Pattern: 10, 20, 40, _, 110, _

(Rule +10, +20, +30, +40, increasing)

Probability: Of getting a multiple of 3?

17 24 9 30 15 8 21

Time: 8:20 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time was it 2 hours and 20 minutes ago?

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Number 17 Prime or Composite

Word: categorical Data-Data recorded in categories.

Factors of 17: ______________

Shape: ________________

Probability: Of picking a boy in our class?

___ out of ____ or ___:___

Graph: Construct a bar graph with the following data:

<>. p<>{color:#000;}. # of students |

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Time: 12:40 (Show clock with this time displayed) If activity lasts 45 minutes, what time will it be over?

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Number 18 Prime or Composite

Word: numerical Data-Data collected in numerical form.

Factors of 18: _______________

Shape: _________________

Probability: Of getting a girl in our class?

___ out of ____ or ___:___

Graph: Construct a bar graph with the following data:

<>. p<>{color:#000;}. # of students |

<>. |

<>. |

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Time: 8:20 (Show clock with this time displayed) If math lasts 50 minutes, what time will it be over?

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Number 19- Prime or Composite?

Word: scale-An instrument used for weighing.

Factors of 19: ____________________

Shape: _______________

Probability: Of getting an even number?

2,011 1972 1492 1591 1613

Graph: Construct a pictograph with the following data: = 2

<>. p<>{color:#000;}. # of students |

<>. |

<>. |

<>. |

Time: 10:10 (Show clock with this time displayed) If we watch a video for 25 minutes, what time will it be over?

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Number 20- Prime or Composite?

Word: increment- a growth in a value.

Factors of 20: _________________

Shape: ____________________

Probability: Of getting a multiple of 10?

40 63 79 50 91 1000 250 17

Graph: Construct a line graph with the following data:

<>. p<>{color:#000;}. Test score |

<>. |

<>. |

<>. |

<>. |

(Is it an increasing, decreasing, or varying line graph?)

Time: 10:00 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time will it be in 3 ¼ hours?

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Number 21-Prime or Composite, square or not square, odd or even?

Word: population-____________________.

Factors of 21: _________________

Shape: _________________

Probability: Of getting a number divisible by 2?

14 342 568 1006 400

Graph: Construct a line graph with the following data:

Month and Average Temperature

September= 89 degrees

October = 70 degrees

November = 64 degrees

December = 55 degrees

(Is it an increasing, decreasing, or varying line graph?)

Time: 2:20 (Show clock with this time displayed) What time was it 2 ½ hours ago?

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Number 22-Prime or composite?

Word: mode-Most often repeated number.

Factors of 22: ____________________

Probability: Of getting a number divisible by 5? P= (# divisible by 5) =

125 500 341 2987 10

Graph: Construct a pictograph with the following data: = 5

Favorite Sport

Basketball =35 students

Football = 45 students

Baseball = 20 students

Time: 2:30 (Show clock with this time displayed) If you work on homework for 1 ¾ hours, what time will you finish?

AM students: Draw an array of a square number larger than 50.

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Number 23-even or odd, Composite or Prime, Square or not square

Word: majority-most, a number that is greater than 50 percent of the people.

Factors of 23: ___________________

Probability: Of choosing a fish?

trout snake beta lizard bass turtle goldfish dolphin

Graph: Construct a bar graph with the following data:

Favorite animal and number of students

Fish = 30 students liked

Reptile = 40 students liked

Amphibian = 10 students liked

Time: 8:00 and 2:30 (Show clocks with these times displayed) How much time has elapsed? _hrs. minutes

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1) Number 24-even or odd, Composite or Prime, Square or Not Square

2)Word: mean- A number found by dividing the sum of two or more numbers by the number of addends. Also named average.

3)Factors of 24: ___________________

4)Probability: Of getting a reptile?

ostrich owl turtle lizard snake dog salamander

5)Graph: Construct a line graph with the following data:

Grading period Students with an A or B

1st 9 weeks 16 students

2nd 9 weeks 14 students

3rd 9 weeks 10 students

4th 9 weeks 8 students

(Is it an increasing, decreasing, or varying line graph?)

6)Time: 7:30 and 8:10 (Show clocks with these times displayed) How much time has elapsed?

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p={color:#000;}. Number 25, Prime or Composite, Odd or Even, Square or Not Square

2)Word: average (mean)- add a group of numbers and then divide by how many you added. This is used to find grades.

3)Factors of 25: _________________

4)Probability: Of selecting a vertebrate?

turtle ant lion spider fish frog

dolphin anteater cat mouse

5)Graph: Construct a bar graph with the following data:

Vertebrates 72

Invertebrates 45

6)Time: 9:30 and 2:20 (Show clocks with these times displayed) How much time has elapsed?

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1) Number 26, Prime or Composite, Odd or Even, Square or Not Square

2)Word: line plot-A graph showing frequency of data on a number line.

3)Factors of 26: __________________

4)Probability : Of getting a mammal? :___

ostrich owl turtle bat snake dog whale

5)Graph: Construct a pictograph with the following data: = 50

Favorite Color # of students

Blue 75

Red 150

Green 25

6)Time: 10:15 and 11:55 (Show clocks with these times displayed) How much time has elapsed?

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This is a math quick review resource for upper elementary and lower middle school teachers to use as beginning work before the lesson as review and introduction to new material. I love using this resource to review topics that I have taught and will be teaching in the future. This covers a plethora of math content and math vocabulary. There are many open ended questions for students to solve and argue their mathematical point of view with some quick write questions stated. Many math problems can be solved using various methods. This book covers the prime, composite, and or neither numbers each day for review. You will also find the book has square numbers and non-square numbers listed for use on each day.

- ISBN: 9781370902422
- Author: JR Glenn
- Published: 2017-06-09 22:05:12
- Words: 8079