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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work, homework, or review. Week 23 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 23 (Grade 1)

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DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 23
DAY 1DAY 2
Check the [math]square[/math] by the shortest one.
X the
[math]square[/math] by the longest one.
[math]square[/math]Pencil - Medium
[math]square[/math]Pencil - Small
[math]square[/math]Pencil - Large
The silver camper is 7 yards long. The white camper is 2 yards longer than the silver camper. The tan camper is 1 yard longer than the silver camper. Which camper is the longest?
Write the time.
Clock 02:00
_:_ _
Draw clock hands to show the time.
Clock
4:30
Draw a line that is about 4 Black Unit Square long.
Black Unit Square

Mable asks 15 students their favorite season. 5 picked spring, 8 picked summer, and 2 picked winter. How many more students picked summer as their favorite season than winter?

Write the next two numbers.

98, 99,
Write the missing number.

78 < 7_



DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 23
DAY 3DAY 4
Check the [math]square[/math] by the shortest one.
X the
[math]square[/math] by the longest one.
[math]square[/math]Pencil - Large
[math]square[/math]Pencil - Medium
[math]square[/math]Pencil - Small
Circle the pencil that is shorter than the line.
Pencil - Small
Segment
Pencil - Large
Write the time.
Clock 08:00
_:_ _
Draw clock hands to show the time.
Clock
6:00
Draw a line that is about 9 Black Unit Square long.
Black Unit Square

Mable asks 15 students their favorite season. 5 picked spring, 8 picked summer, and 2 picked winter. How students picked spring or winter?


Count by 3s. Write the next number.

3, 6, 9,

Solve.

[math]40 + 48 = [/math]



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