4 #1 What is the measurement of the figure below? Answer: 3 ¼ inches
5 #2 What is the measurement of the figure below?
6 #2 What is the measurement of the figure below? Answer: 1½ inches
7 #3 What is the measurement of the figure below?
8 #3 What is the measurement of the figure below? Answer: 1 ¾ inches
9 Skill #2 I understand customary measurement units
10 #4 Which object weighs approximately 10 pounds? a. school bus b. lunchbox c. bowling ball d. empty backpack
11 #4 Which object weighs approximately 10 pounds? a. school bus b. lunchbox c. bowling ball d. empty backpack Answer: c bowling ball
12 #5 Which unit would you use to measure the capacity of a bathtub? a. cups b. quarts c. gallons d. pints
13 #5 Which unit would you use to measure the capacity of a bathtub? a. cups b. quarts c. gallons d. pints Answer: c gallons
14 #6 Which unit would you use to measure the weight of a car? a. ounces b. pounds c. tons d. feet
15 #6 Which unit would you use to measure the weight of a car? a. ounces b. pounds c. tons d. feet Answer: c tons
16 #7 Which symbol completes the expression? 5 ounces 5 pounds a. < b. > c. =
17 #7 Which symbol completes the expression? 5 ounces 5 pounds a. < b. > c. = Answer: a less than
18 #8 Which symbol completes the expression? 5 quarts 5 pints a. < b. > c. =
19 #8 Which symbol completes the expression? 5 quarts 5 pints a. < b. > c. = Answer: b greater than
20 #9 Jack had 350 football trading cards and Sebastian gave him 70 more. How many cards does Jack have now?
21 #9 Jack had 350 football trading cards and Sebastian gave him 70 more. How many cards does Jack have now? Answer: 420 trading cards
22 Skill #3 I understand metric measurement units
23 #10 Which of the following would you measure in milliliters? a. capacity of an aquarium b. capacity of an eyedropper c. capacity of a coffee pot d. capacity of a gas tank
24 #10 Which of the following would you measure in milliliters? a. capacity of an aquarium b. capacity of an eyedropper c. capacity of a coffee pot d. capacity of a gas tank Answer: b eye dropper
25 #11 A millimeter measures. a. time b. length c. volume d. mass
26 #11 A millimeter measures. a. time b. length c. volume d. mass Answer: b length
27 #12 A liter measures. a. time b. length c. volume d. mass
28 #12 A liter measures. a. time b. length c. volume d. mass Answer: c -volume
29 #13 A gram measures. a. time b. length c. volume d. mass
30 #13 A gram measures. a. time b. length c. volume d. mass Answer: d mass
31 #14 Which unit would you use to measure the mass of a truck? a. grams b. meters c. liters d. kilograms
32 #14 Which unit would you use to measure the mass of a truck? a. grams b. meters c. liters d. kilograms Answer: d kilograms
33 Skill #4 I can solve measurement word problems
34 #15 Angelina swam 8 laps in the pool. Each lap was 50 meters. How many meters did she swim in all?
35 #15 Angelina swam 8 laps in the pool. Each lap was 50 meters. How many meters did she swim in all? Answer: 400 meters
36 #16 There are four servings in one can of soup. One serving of soup contains 90 milligrams of salt. How many milligrams of salt are in the entire container of soup?
37 #16 There are four servings in one can of soup. One serving of soup contains 90 milligrams of salt. How many milligrams of salt are in the entire container of soup? Answer: 360 milligrams
38 #17 Mrs. Parzychpacked a roof carrier with some scooters. Each scooter has a mass of 7 kilograms. If the mass of all of the scooters is 21 kilograms, how many scooters did she pack?
39 #17 Mrs. Parzychpacked a roof carrier with some scooters. Each scooter has a mass of 7 kilograms. If the mass of all of the scooters is 21 kilograms, how many scooters did she pack? Answer: 3 scooters
40 #18 Mrs. Molino had 25 trays of cookies. She gave Morgan 9 trays to take to school for the Christmas party. How many trays does she have now?
41 #18 Mrs. Molino had 25 trays of cookies. She gave Morgan 9 trays to take to school for the Christmas party. How many trays does she have now? Answer: 16 trays
42 #19 Mrs. Darnley has 2 dogs. Smokey weighs 98 pounds and Finnegan weighs 78 pounds. What is their total combined weight?
43 #19 Mrs. Darnley has 2 dogs. Smokey weighs 98 pounds and Finnegan weighs 78 pounds. What is their total combined weight? Answer: 176 pounds
44 #20 There are 750 milliliters of juice in the pitcher. The pitcher can hold 1,000 milliliters. How many more milliliters of juice are needed to fill the pitcher?
45 #20 There are 750 milliliters of juice in the pitcher. The pitcher can hold 1,000 milliliters. How many more milliliters of juice are needed to fill the pitcher? Answer: 250 milliliters
46 #21 Mrs. Greene drinks 2 cups of coffee each day. How many cups of coffee does she drink in a week? (1 week = 7 days)
47 #21 Mrs. Greene drinks 2 cups of coffee each day. How many cups of coffee does she drink in a week? (1 week = 7 days) Answer: 14 cups
48 Skill #5 I can tell time
49 #22 What time is shown on the clock below?
50 #22 What time is shown on the clock below? Answer: 8:20
51 #23 What time is shown on the clock below?
52 #23 What time is shown on the clock below? Answer: 5:51
53 #24 Name TWO ways that you can express the time shown on the clock.
54 #24 Name TWO ways that you can express the time shown on the clock. Answer: 7:45 and quarter to eight
55 Skill #6 I can calculate elapsed time
56 #25 Mrs. Darnley left work at 4:30pm. Her commute takes her 45 minutes to get home. What time is she expected to get home?
57 #25 Mrs. Darnley left work at 4:30pm. Her commute takes her 45 minutes to get home. What time is she expected to get home? Answer: 5:15pm
58 #26 The movie started at 2:15pm and lasted for 1 ½ hours. What time did the movie end?
59 #26 The movie started at 2:15pm and lasted for 1 ½ hours. What time did the movie end? Answer: 3:45pm
60 #27 A.J. woke up at 7:30am. If he slept for 10 hours, what time did he go to bed?
61 #27 A.J. woke up at 7:30am. If he slept for 10 hours, what time did he go to bed? Answer: 9:30pm
62 Skill #7 I can read and interpret pictographs & bar graphs
63 #28 Who received a total of 6 gifts?
64 #28 Who received a total of 6 gifts? Answer: Steven
65 #29 How many MORE gifts did Jessica get than Andrew?
66 #29 How many MORE gifts did Jessica get than Andrew? Answer: 4 more
67 #30 According to the graph, how many points did Gamma score?
68 #30 According to the graph, how many points did Gamma score? Answer: 7 points
69 #31 How many less points did Lambda score than Beta?
70 #31 How many less points did Lambda score than Beta? Answer: 7 less
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