# St. Jude Math-A-Thon Sample Funbook FY21

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LEVEL K-8SAMPLE FUNBOOKstjude.org/mathSt. Jude patients and friendsJaxon and Clayton

LEVEL KFUNBOOKJungle Hide and SeekThis jungle is filled with wild animals! Count each animal. Write down how many you see.1.2.4.3.5.6.Goodcounting!7. Which animal do you see the most?8. Which animal do you see the least?

LEVEL 1FUNBOOKLine UpRobots took a bite out of these number lines!Write the missing numbers in the shapes below.1.2.3.4.5.

LEVEL 3FUNBOOKNumber PuzzlerUse the clues below to complete the puzzle.ACROSSDOWNA. Three thousand, four hundred ninety-eightA. 3,000 500 8C. 1 thousand, 2 hundreds, 6 tens, 7 onesB. Nine thousand, three hundred fourteenF. 10 more than 125D. 2 thousands, 4 tens, 9 onesH. 400 50 6E. 2 hundred less than 916J. Eight thousand, two hundred forty-oneG. 3 thousands, 1 hundred, 2 tens, 3 onesK. 90 more than 804I. Five thousand, four hundred thirtyL. 200 50 2K. 100 less than 182N. 30 more than 2M. 5,000 700 30 4P. 4,000 200 30 7O. 2 thousands, 5 hundreds, 9 tensR. 3 hundreds, 5 onesP. 400 9S. 100 less than 1,003Q. Twenty-threeR. 300 90 1

LEVEL 4FUNBOOKThis Land Is Your LandRead the information about each state below.Then write the standard form (numerals) for the area of each state.1. California is home to the2. Illinois has an area of 50,000Golden Gate Bridge. Its area 6,000 300 40 3 squarein square miles is 100,000 miles. It is home to Abraham50,000 8,000 600 40 8.Lincoln and Barack Obama.3. Check out the Great Lakes inMichigan. The state’s area isfifty-eight thousand, fivehundred thirteen square miles.Area:Area:Area:4. With an area of two hundredsixty-six thousand, eighthundred seventy-four squaremiles, Texas is second in sizeonly to Alaska.5. Tennessee is home toSt. Jude Children’s ResearchHospital. Its area is forty-twothousand, one hundredforty-six square miles.6. At 8,000 200 60 2square miles, Massachusettsis home to the sites of theBoston Tea Party andPaul Revere’s midnight ride.Area:Area:Area:7. Take a field trip across this great land! Connect the dots starting from the state you labeledwith the smallest area and working your way to the state you labeled with the greatest area.

LEVEL 5FUNBOOKThe Solar System andthe Sun: Far Out!The Numerators are flying into space to measure each planet’s distance from the sun (in miles)!Read each number name below. Write the standard form of the number on each blank line. Then look atthe chart to see how “far out” each planet is, and write each planet’s name next to the correct answer.1.2. Eight hundred eighty-six million, seven hundred thousand miles2.3. Ninety-two million, nine hundred sixty thousand miles3.4. Two billion, seven hundred ninety-four million miles4.5. Four hundred eighty-three million, six hundred thousand miles5.6. Sixty-seven million, two hundred thousand miles6.7. One billion, seven hundred eighty-three million miles7.8. One hundred forty-one million, six hundred thousand miles8.0,00arth9200 E141,6,9 V60en,0us006 M7,20er0,cu00ry035,900,0000,00603,48 Mars88n Jupiter6,700,000,00 Satur1,783,00,00 Uranus2,794eptune N000,00001. Thirty-five million, nine hundred thousand miles

LEVEL 6FUNBOOKReboot the RobotA giant robot has attacked the Numerators! But a secret code phrase will deactivate it. While the Numeratorsbattle the ’bot, they need you to find the secret phrase. Solve each fraction division problem and write youranswers in simplest form. After you solve all the problems, you’ll find some of your answers beneath the blanksbelow. Write the letter that is next to each answer in the blank above the correct fraction.

LEVEL 7FUNBOOKBeware the Dis-Count!If you shop at the Dis-Count’s Discount Cape Emporium, prepare to have extra money taken fromyou—unless you can calculate the discounted prices or the sales tax. Help the Numerators keep theDis-Count from biting into his customers’ wallets! If necessary, round to the nearest cent.

LEVEL 8FUNBOOK“Tri,” “Tri” Again, Ninjas!The Numerators are under attack by the Math Ninjas! While they fight them off,you find the missing angle in each of their triangular weapons shown!1. x 2. x 3. x 4. x 5. x 6. x 7. x 8. x Whew! Thanks forhelping us take care ofthose nasty ninjas!