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Easter Math Practice (Grade 4)

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Easter Math Practice

1. 
The fraction of bunnies shown is [math]1/4[/math].
Easter - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Yellow Chick - Small
  1. True
  2. False
2. 
Which best describes the number of eggs shown?
Easter - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - Small
  1. odd and prime
  2. even and prime
  3. odd and composite
  4. even and composite
3. 
Read the word problem:
Easter - Bunny 2 - Small
The Easter bunny delivers 8 eggs to the Martin family. There are 4 people in the Davolio family. 6 eggs are delivered to the Burke family. How many total eggs do the Martin and Burke families receive?

What is the extra information?
  1. The Easter bunny delivers 8 eggs to the Martin family.
  2. There are 4 people in the Davolio family.
  3. 6 eggs are delivered to the Burke family.
  4. How many total eggs do the Martin and Burke families receive?
4. 
Look at the pattern.
Easter - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 2 - SmallEaster - Egg 2 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - Small
What set of letters represents the pattern?
  1. AB
  2. AAB
  3. ABB
  4. AABB
5. 
Which best describes the probability of randomly selecting a chick?
Easter - Bunny - SmallEaster - Yellow Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Bunny - SmallEaster - Yellow Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny - Small
  1. likely
  2. unlikely
  3. certain
  4. impossible
6. 
Count the bunnies.
Easter - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
Which shows a multiple of the number of bunnies?
  1. Easter - Bunny 2 - Small
  2. Easter - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
  3. Easter - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
  4. Easter - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
7. 
Which best describes the number of pictures below?
Easter - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - SmallEaster - Egg 1 - Small
  1. odd and prime
  2. even and prime
  3. odd and composite
  4. even and composite
8. 
A baby chick weighs 20 grams. An older chick weighs 120 grams.
Easter - Yellow Chick - SmallEaster - Yellow Chick
Which equation shows how many times more the older chick weighs than the younger chick?
  1. [math]120 -: 20 = 6[/math]
  2. [math]120 - 20 = 100[/math]
  3. [math]20 + 120 = 140[/math]
  4. [math]20 xx 120 = 2400[/math]
9. 
What comes next in the pattern?
Easter - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Egg 2 - SmallEaster - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
  1. Easter - Egg 2 - SmallEaster - Brown Chick - Small
  2. Easter - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny 2 - Small
  3. Easter - Bunny 2 - SmallEaster - Egg 2 - Small
10. 
What decimal represents the number of pictures that are bunnies?
Easter - Bunny - SmallEaster - Brown Chick - SmallEaster - Yellow Chick - SmallEaster - Bunny - Small
  1. 0.20
  2. 0.25
  3. 0.50
  4. 0.75
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