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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work or review. Week 28 reviews standards from previous weeks and supports Common Core Mathematics Standards K.MD.A.1, K.MD.A.2, K.MD.B.3, K.OA.A.4, & K.OA.A.5.

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Kindergarten - Daily Math Practice - Week 28 (Kindergarten)

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DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 28
DAY 1DAY 2
How many more squares are needed to make 10?
Black Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit Square
8 + 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch = 10
Add.

3 + 2 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Draw a picture that shows the equation. Write the answer.






4 + 5 =1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
There are 4 children sitting at a table. Then, 4 more children join them. How many children are now at the table?


Answer: 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch children
Circle the word that describes the weight of a bus.
Back To School - School Bus - Small
HEAVY or LIGHT
Circle the shorter person.
Person - MediumPerson - Small
Write the next number.
5, 6, 7, 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Draw a square.
Use 1 rectangle and 2 triangles.



DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 28
DAY 3DAY 4
How many more squares are needed to make 10?
Black Unit SquareBlack Unit SquareBlack Unit Square
3 + 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch = 10
Subtract.

4 - 2 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Cross of the blocks to show the equation.
Write the answer.

One CubeOne CubeOne CubeOne CubeOne CubeOne CubeOne Cube
7 - 1 =1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
There are 9 people on the bus. 4 people get off the bus. How many people are left on the bus?


Answer: 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch people
Circle cubes. Underline squares.

One Cube Black Unit Square One Cube Black Unit Square

Black Unit Square One Cube One Cube Black Unit Square One Cube

How many cubes?
How many squares?
Circle the one that weighs less.

Back To School - Blackboard - SmallBack To School - Notebook - Small
Write the missing number.
1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch+ 2 = 12
Write the missing number.
1 + 5 =1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch+ 2



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