Read, Draw, Solve Problems 1. Hexagons are worth one thousand, pentagons are worth one hundred, quadrilatrals are worth ten, and triangles are worth one.
Make a picture of three thousand five hundred sixty- four.
Write the number.

2. There are 44 ears. How many dogs? How man legs? How many claws?

3. Using only red and green, make a picture of four different addition combinations which equal 18.

4. Blue beads are worth one thousand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one.
Add

two thousand four hundred thirty six and

five thousand one hundred sixty-two.

5. Draw three rectangles.
In the first one, shade in 1/2 .
In the second one, shade in 1/4.
In the third one, shade 2/4.

6. Draw two different rows of coins, each one equal to $1.20.

7. Make pictures of things that are:

a. less than 5 inches long
b. between 5 and 10 inches long.
c. longer than 2 inches.
d. longer than 2 yards
3. over 10 yards

8. Write a word problem and make a picture to go with this equation? 9 x 3 = _

9. Draw a trapezoid that is made up of 2 triangles.

10. Write a story using this graph. Do NOT use the title given. Make up a new title. Then make up a new story.

11. Make a pttern using birds, fish, and reptiles. Then describe your pattern.

12. There are 12 people on each team. The blue team has 25% girls. The red team has 6 girls. How many boys are on the blue team? what percent of the red team is boys?

13. Hexagons are worth one thousand, pentagons are worth one hundred, quadrilaterals are worth ten, and triangles are worth one.
Make a picture of five thousand three hundred ten.
Write the number.

14. There are 33 wheels. How many tricycles? How many pedals?

15. There are 24 children in our class. We want each one to get 2 cups of punch.
How many gallons of punch must we buy?
If punch is only sold by the quart, how many quarts must we buy?

16. Gold beads are worth ten thousand, blue beads are worth one thusand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one.
Make a picture of ninety-six thousand five hundred thirty-seven.
Subtract fourteen thousand two hundred sixteen from it.
Write the number.

17. Draw a circle divided into eighths.
Shade 1/2 of the circle.

What other fraction might you use to describe the portion you have shaded?

18. Show 5 different rows of coins.
Each row should be worth $1.83.

19. Make pictures of things that weigh
a. less than 5 pounds
b. between 5 and 20 pounds
c. between 20 and 100 pounds
d. between 100 and 200 pounds
e. over 200 pounds.

20. Write a word problem and make a picture to go with this equation.

52 divided by 4 =

21. Draw a triangle with a 3 inch base.

Draw a triangle with a 3 centimeter base next to it.

22. Write a story to go with this graph.

23. Make a pattern using cubes of different colors. Use at least 40 cubes in your pattern. Explain the pattern.

24. Hexagons are worth one thousand, pentagons are worth one hundred, quadrilaterals are worth ten, and triangles are worth one.
Make a picture of seven thousand two hundred five.
Write the number.

25. Here are 60 fingers.
How many people?

How many legs? _

26. Blue beads are worth one thousand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one .

Add together:
one thousand three hundred sixty and
four thousand nine hundred twelve.

27. gold beads are worth ten thousand, blue beads are worth one thousand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one.

Make a picture of eighty-five thousand two hundred seventy-four.

Then show twelve thousand one hundred three subtracted from it.

28. Draw three circles divided into fourths.

Shade in different amounts in each circle and write a fraction to tell how much is shaded in each one.

29. Make pictures of things you would use to measure:

a. time

b. liquids

c. a short distance

d. a long distance

e. weight

30. Write a word problem to go with the following equation.

1/4 + 1/4 = _

Make a picture to go with your word problem.

31. The students in our class discussed their favorite foods. We chose 6 kinds of food and voted for the ones we liked the best. There are 25 people in our class. Make up a chart to show how you think we might have voted. Write about it using the words MORE and FEWER.

32. Make a row of 30 flowers. The first flower and every other one after that one are red. The rest of the flowers are yellow.

What color is the 12th flower? _
What color is the 27th flower? _ What color are the odd numbers? _ what color are the even numbers? _

33. The parking lot holds sixteen cars. There are four empty spaces. How many cars are in the lot? _

Four of the cars are red. There are as many blue cars as red cars. The rest of the cars are green.
How many cars are green?

34. Simone has four quarters and five dimes. Tyrone has six quarters and four nickels.
Marilyn has one quarter, ten dimes, and three pennies.
Show this on a chart and write a word problem to go with it.

35. Mice weigh one pound. Cats weigh ten pounds. Dogs weigh one hundred pounds.
The animals are playing on the seesaw.
One one side are four dogs, two cats, and one mouse.
On the other side are two dogs, eight cats, and seven mice.

Draw the seesaw with the animals on each side.

36. We had a contest to see who could read the most books.

Barbara read four books on Monday, six on Tuesday, three on Wednesday, one on Thursday, and seven on Friday.

Greg read five on Monday, one on Tuesday, two on Wednesday, six on Thuursday, and eight on Friday.

Tyronne read three on Monday, two on Tuesday , four on Wednesday, and six on Friday.

Anat read seven on Monday, two on Tuesday, eight on wednesday, one on Thursday, and one on Friday.

Who read the most? _
Who read the least? On which day were the most books read? _

37. On Saturday, Manuel gets up at 7:30, eats lunch at 12:00, and goes to bed at 9:15.

Draw three clocks showing the time for each activity.

How much time is there between getting up and eating lunch?
hours and _ minutes

How much time is there between eating lunch and going to bed?

_ hours minutes

How much time is there between getting up and going to bed?

_ hours _ minutes

38. Make a rectangle that is 2 " wide and 5 " ta
Inside the rectangle put a square this is 1 " wide.

39. Create a design with one circle, one triangle, two squares, and two rectangles.
Make the design symmetrical.

40. We are going to use paper clips for measuring. Each student will get 5 clips. There are 28 students in the class. There are 50 clips in each box.
How many boxes will we need?
Will there be clips left over? _ How many? _

41. Seven people are standing with their right hands in the air and their left hands hidden behind their backs.

How many fingers do we see? _

How many legs?

42. Color six rows of ten blue.
Color seven squares red.
Color another three rows of ten blue.
Color eight squares red.
How many have you colored in?

squares _ rows of ten

What is that number?

43. Betsy has three red, two blue, and four yellow dresses.
Sunita has one orange, three green, and two purple dresses.
Wendy has two orange, one red, on epurple, and one yellow dress.

Read, Draw, Solve Problems1. Hexagons are worth one thousand, pentagons are worth one hundred, quadrilatrals are worth ten, and triangles are worth one.

Make a picture of three thousand five hundred sixty- four.

Write the number.

2. There are 44 ears. How many dogs? How man legs? How many claws?

3. Using only red and green, make a picture of four different addition combinations which equal 18.

4. Blue beads are worth one thousand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one.

Add

two thousand four hundred thirty six and

five thousand one hundred sixty-two.

5. Draw three rectangles.

In the first one, shade in 1/2 .

In the second one, shade in 1/4.

In the third one, shade 2/4.

6. Draw two different rows of coins, each one equal to $1.20.

7. Make pictures of things that are:

a. less than 5 inches long

b. between 5 and 10 inches long.

c. longer than 2 inches.

d. longer than 2 yards

3. over 10 yards

8. Write a word problem and make a picture to go with this equation? 9 x 3 = _

9. Draw a trapezoid that is made up of 2 triangles.10.

Write a story using this graph. Do NOT use the title given. Make up a new title. Then make up a new story.

11. Make a pttern using birds, fish, and reptiles. Then describe your pattern.

12. There are 12 people on each team. The blue team has 25% girls. The red team has 6 girls. How many boys are on the blue team? what percent of the red team is boys?

13. Hexagons are worth one thousand, pentagons are worth one hundred, quadrilaterals are worth ten, and triangles are worth one.

Make a picture of five thousand three hundred ten.

Write the number.

14. There are 33 wheels. How many tricycles? How many pedals?

15. There are 24 children in our class. We want each one to get 2 cups of punch.

How many gallons of punch must we buy?

If punch is only sold by the quart, how many quarts must we buy?

16. Gold beads are worth ten thousand, blue beads are worth one thusand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one.

Make a picture of ninety-six thousand five hundred thirty-seven.

Subtract fourteen thousand two hundred sixteen from it.

Write the number.

17. Draw a circle divided into eighths.

Shade 1/2 of the circle.

What other fraction might you use to describe the portion you have shaded?

18. Show 5 different rows of coins.

Each row should be worth $1.83.

19. Make pictures of things that weigh

a. less than 5 pounds

b. between 5 and 20 pounds

c. between 20 and 100 pounds

d. between 100 and 200 pounds

e. over 200 pounds.

20. Write a word problem and make a picture to go with this equation.

52 divided by 4 =

21. Draw a triangle with a 3 inch base.

Draw a triangle with a 3 centimeter base next to it.

22.

Write a story to go with this graph.

23. Make a pattern using cubes of different colors. Use at least 40 cubes in your pattern. Explain the pattern.

24. Hexagons are worth one thousand, pentagons are worth one hundred, quadrilaterals are worth ten, and triangles are worth one.

Make a picture of seven thousand two hundred five.

Write the number.

25. Here are 60 fingers.

How many people?

How many legs? _

26. Blue beads are worth one thousand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one .

Add together:

one thousand three hundred sixty and

four thousand nine hundred twelve.

27. gold beads are worth ten thousand, blue beads are worth one thousand, green beads are worth one hundred, red beads are worth ten, and purple beads are worth one.

Make a picture of eighty-five thousand two hundred seventy-four.

Then show twelve thousand one hundred three subtracted from it.

28. Draw three circles divided into fourths.

Shade in different amounts in each circle and write a fraction to tell how much is shaded in each one.

29. Make pictures of things you would use to measure:

a. time

b. liquids

c. a short distance

d. a long distance

e. weight

30. Write a word problem to go with the following equation.

1/4 + 1/4 = _

Make a picture to go with your word problem.

31. The students in our class discussed their favorite foods. We chose 6 kinds of food and voted for the ones we liked the best. There are 25 people in our class. Make up a chart to show how you think we might have voted. Write about it using the words MORE and FEWER.

32. Make a row of 30 flowers. The first flower and every other one after that one are red. The rest of the flowers are yellow.

What color is the 12th flower? _

What color is the 27th flower? _

What color are the odd numbers?_what color are the even numbers?_33. The parking lot holds sixteen cars. There are four empty spaces. How many cars are in the lot?_Four of the cars are red. There are as many blue cars as red cars. The rest of the cars are green.How many cars are green?

34. Simone has four quarters and five dimes. Tyrone has six quarters and four nickels.

Marilyn has one quarter, ten dimes, and three pennies.

Show this on a chart and write a word problem to go with it.

35. Mice weigh one pound. Cats weigh ten pounds. Dogs weigh one hundred pounds.

The animals are playing on the seesaw.

One one side are four dogs, two cats, and one mouse.

On the other side are two dogs, eight cats, and seven mice.

Draw the seesaw with the animals on each side.

36. We had a contest to see who could read the most books.

Barbararead four books on Monday, six on Tuesday, three on Wednesday, one on Thursday, and seven on Friday.Gregread five on Monday, one on Tuesday, two on Wednesday, six on Thuursday, and eight on Friday.Tyronneread three on Monday, two on Tuesday , four on Wednesday, and six on Friday.Anatread seven on Monday, two on Tuesday, eight on wednesday, one on Thursday, and one on Friday.Who read the most? _

Who read the least?

On which day were the most books read? _

37. On Saturday, Manuel gets up at 7:30, eats lunch at 12:00, and goes to bed at 9:15.

Draw three clocks showing the time for each activity.

How much time is there between getting up and eating lunch?

hours and _ minutes

How much time is there between eating lunch and going to bed?_ hours

minutes

_ minutesHow much time is there between getting up and going to bed?

_ hours

38. Make a rectangle that is 2 " wide and 5 " ta

Inside the rectangle put a square this is 1 " wide.

39. Create a design with one circle, one triangle, two squares, and two rectangles.

Make the design symmetrical.

40. We are going to use paper clips for measuring. Each student will get 5 clips. There are 28 students in the class. There are 50 clips in each box.

How many boxes will we need?

Will there be clips left over? _

How many?_41. Seven people are standing with their right hands in the air and their left hands hidden behind their backs.

How many fingers do we see? _

How many legs?

42.

Color six rows of ten blue.

Color seven squares red.

Color another three rows of ten blue.

Color eight squares red.

How many have you colored in?

squares _ rows of ten

What is that number?

43. Betsy has three red, two blue, and four yellow dresses.

Sunita has one orange, three green, and two purple dresses.

Wendy has two orange, one red, on epurple, and one yellow dress.

How many dresses does each one have?

Betsy

Sunita

_

Wendy

How many dresses of each color are there?

red

orangeyellow_ green_ blue purple