# Easter Math Practice (Grade 4)

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## Easter Math Practice

1.

The fraction of bunnies shown is [math]1/4[/math].

- True
- False

2.

Which best describes the number of eggs shown?

- odd and prime
- even and prime
- odd and composite
- even and composite

3.

Read the word problem:

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?

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?

- 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?

4.

Look at the pattern.

What set of letters represents the pattern?

What set of letters represents the pattern?

- AB
- AAB
- ABB
- AABB

5.

Which best describes the probability of randomly selecting a chick?

- likely
- unlikely
- certain
- impossible

6.

Count the bunnies.

Which shows a multiple of the number of bunnies?

Which shows a multiple of the number of bunnies?

7.

Which best describes the number of pictures shown?

- odd and prime
- even and prime
- odd and composite
- even and composite

8.

A baby chick weighs 20 grams. An older chick weighs 120 grams.

Which equation shows how many times more the older chick weighs than the younger chick?

Which equation shows how many times more the older chick weighs than the younger chick?

- [math]120 -: 20 = 6[/math]
- [math]120 - 20 = 100[/math]
- [math]20 + 120 = 140[/math]
- [math]20 xx 120 = 2400[/math]

9.

What comes next in the pattern?

10.

What decimal represents the number of pictures that are bunnies?

- 0.20
- 0.25
- 0.50
- 0.75

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