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## Third 6 Weeks Spiraling Review

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**Day 1**Look at the following number: 847,202 A) What is the value of the 7? B) What is the value of the 8? C) Write the number in words D) Write the number in expanded notation**Day 2**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 3**Mrs. Brown has 19 students, Mr. Jay has 22 students, and Ms. Johnson and Mrs. Robson both have 21 students in attendance today. • About how many students are in attendance today? Write a number sentence to show the estimated number of students in attendance. • How many students are actually in attendance today? Write a number sentence to show how you solved the problem.**Day 4**Last week, Jose read 295 pages. This week, he read twice as many pages. • About how many pages did Jose read this week? • How many pages did Jose actually read this week? • Looking at last week and this week, how many pages did he read in the two weeks?**Day 5**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 1**Write a comparison sentence for each of the following using symbols (<, >, =). Name the place that helped you compare the numbers. Example: 389 > 367 (tens place) a) 4,628 _____ 4, 682 b) 9,871 ______ 9,781 c) 7,802 ______ 7,808**Day 2**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 3**Last week 212 people attended the basketball game. • To the nearest hundred, about how many people were in attendance? • If the gym can seat 489 people, how many seats are left empty?**Day 4**On Janey’s visit to the zoo, she saw 23 birds, 9 different kinds of snakes, 4 tigers and four times more monkeys than tigers. • How many monkeys did Janey see? How do you know? • Altogether, how many animals did Janey actually see at the zoo? Write a number sentence to show you how you solved the problem?**Day 5**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 1This table shows the number of pencils in a box. Each**box has the same number of pencils. How could you find the number of pencils in 5 boxes? How many pencils are in 5 boxes?**Day 2**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 3**For the school fundraiser, the first grade sold 243 candles, the second grade sold 198 candles, and the third grade sold 327. • Estimate the total number of candles sold. Write a number sentence to show your estimate. • How many candles did the three grades sell? Write a number sentence to show how you solved the problem. • How many more candles would second grade have to sell to tie with third grade? Write a number sentence.**Day 4**Anna had earned $465 last month. This month she earned $481. • Estimate the amount of money Anna has earned in two months. Show your work. • How much money did Anna earn in two months? • How much more money did Anna earn this month when compared to last month? Write a number sentence.**Day 5**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 1**Use counters to solve the problem. Eric has collected 28 pictures of baseball players. He wants to put them in an album that has seven pages. • Draw a picture to show how you solved the problem. • How many pictures can he put on each page?**Day 2**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 3**Samantha had $35 to spend on school supplies. • Which of the items could she buy? Show your work. • What is another possibility of items she could buy? Show your work.**Day 4**William needs drawing paper for his art project. • He had 12 sheets of drawing paper • He bought 2 packages of drawing paper from the art store. • There are 35 sheets of paper in each package • He used 55 sheets for his art project Explain the steps you would use to find the amount of drawing paper William had left.**Day 5**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 1**Use counters to solve the problem. Jerry runs two miles three times a week. • If he continues his running routine, how many miles will he run in seven weeks? • What operation(s) did you use to solve the problem?**Day 2**FACT TIME!!!!**Day 3**Use base-ten blocks to help solve the problem. Adrianna has 276 blocks. Miguel has 423 blocks. • Estimate the total combined number of blocks. Show your work. • Adrianna and Miguel have a total of how many blocks? Write a number sentence to show how you solved the problem. • Who has the most blocks? How many more?**Day 4**7 0 3 5 8 8 Rule: Each digit can only be used one time. • Create the largest possible 3-digit number. • Create the smallest possible 3-digit number • Find the difference between the two created numbers.**Day 5**FACT TIME!!!!