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Daily Math Practice provides a week's worth of problems ideal for morning work or review. Week 23 reviews standards from previous weeks and supports Common Core Mathematics Standards K.OA.A.1, K.OA.A.2, & K.OA.A.3.

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# Kindergarten - Daily Math Practice - Week 23 (Kindergarten)

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 DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 23 DAY 1 DAY 2 Add. Use the number line. 1 + 9 = Subtract. Use the number line. 6 - 3 = Kelly gets 5 gifts. She opens 3. How many gifts does Kelly have left to open?Cross off the correct number of pictures:     Answer: gifts Sara is feeding her pets. It takes her 4 minutes to feed her dog. It takes 3 minutes to feed her cat. How long does it take Sara to feed her dog and cat?Write an addition sentence:Answer: minutes Circle the addition sentence for the model.          7 + 3 = 103 + 7 = 10 Circle the addition sentence for the model.          5 + 5 = 106 + 4 = 10 Start at 15 and count forward to 22. Circle the number that comes next.15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25 Circle the object shaped like a cone.  DAILY MATH PRACTICE - WEEK 23 DAY 3 DAY 4 Add. Use the number line. 4 + 2 = Subtract. Use the number line. 8 - 2 = Jack cooks 5 ears of corn. He eats 1 ear of corn. How many ears of corn are left?Cross off the correct number of pictures:     Answer: ears of corn There are 3 students who play flute in the music class. There are 7 students who play trumpet. How many students play flute and trumpet?Write an addition sentence:Answer: students Circle the addition sentence for the model.          1 + 9 = 108 + 2 = 10 Circle the addition sentence for the model.          3 + 7 = 104 + 6 = 10 Count forward by tens. Circle the number that comes after 80.10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 Write the missing number.11 = 1 ten + ones        You need to be a HelpTeaching.com member to access free printables.