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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work, homework, or review. Week 22 reviews standards from previous weeks and supports Common Core Mathematics Standards 1.MD.A.1, 1.MD.A.2, 1.MD.B.3, and 1.MD.C.4.

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Grade 1 - Daily Math Practice - Week 22 (Grade 1)

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DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 22
DAY 1DAY 2
Circle the taller tree.
Tree - MediumTree - Small
Circle the correct word.

A tree is taller than a flagpole. The flagpole is taller than a traffic sign. So, the tree is
taller/shorter than the traffic sign.

Write the time.
Clock 06:30
_:_ _
Draw clock hands to show the time.
Clock
11:30
About how many number cubes long is the line?
Segment
Dice 1
Maleki asks 20 students which chore they do at home. 7 wash the dishes, 5 fold laundry, and 8 vacuum. How many students fold laundry or vacuum?
Write the missing number.

If 7 - 5 = 2, then 2 + 5 =
Write the two-digit number.

9 tens and 0 ones =



DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 22
DAY 3DAY 4
Circle the shorter person.
Person - SmallPerson - Medium
Circle the correct word.

A rabbit is shorter than a chicken. The chicken is shorter than a goat. So, the rabbit is
taller/shorter than the goat.

Write the time.
Clock 11:00
_ _:_ _
Draw clock hands to show the time.
Clock
10:30
About how many rectangles high is the tree?
Black RectangleTree - Small
Maleki asks 20 students which chore they do at home. 7 wash the dishes, 5 fold laundry, and 8 vacuum. How many more students wash dishes than fold laundry?
Look at the addition sentence. Write another addition sentence that also equals 15.

8 + 7 = 15

[math]ul({:(,53),(+,9):})[/math]



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