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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work, homework, or review. Week 5 supports Common Core Mathematics Standards 1.OA.A.1, 1.OA.B.3, 1.OA.B.4 1.OA.C.5, and 1.OA.C.6.

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Grade 1 - Daily Math Practice - Week 5 (Grade 1)

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DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 5
DAY 1DAY 2
3 + 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch = 12
12 - 3 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
7 -5 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
7 - 2 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Start at 10. Count down 4.
Write the number you end at.

1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Start at 8. Count down 3.
Write the number you end at.

1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
If 2 + 6 = 8, then:
8 - 6 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
If 2 + 6 = 8, then:
8 - 2 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Max worked on addition for 10 minutes. Then, he worked on subtraction. Max worked on math for a total of 19 minutes. How many minutes did he work on subtraction?
Pencil - Small
Max visited New York City for 7 days. He spent 3 days visiting with family. Max went sightseeing the other days. How many days did he spend sightseeing?
American - Statue Of Liberty - Small



DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 5
DAY 3DAY 4
4 + 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch = 16
16 - 4 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
10 - 7 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
10 - 3 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Start at 12. Count down 2.
Write the number you end at.

1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
Start at 20. Count down 5.
Write the number you end at.

1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
If 7 + 8 = 15, then:
15 - 7 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
If 7 + 8 = 15, then:
15 - 8 = 1/6 Writing Strip - 3/4 Inch
There are 11 pears in a basket. Alice and her friends eat 4 of the pears. How many pears are left in the basket?
Pear
Cole uses 8 buckets of sand to make a castle. He uses 3 buckets of sand to build towers. He uses the rest to build walls. How many buckets of sand did Cole use to build walls?
Spring - Bucket - Small



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