3rd Grade Summer Work Packet & Activities

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Dear Parents,Each student is expected to engage in fun and consistent math practice throughoutthe summer to avoid the summer slide. Brains need rest too, however, so don’t forgetto have fun!Summer Work Expectations and Guidelines:Print out this packet. If you don’t have access to a printer, you may pick up a hard copy atschool. The student work portion is due the first day of school to next year’s teacher! The packet includes problems from different areas of the 2nd grade curriculum. It isexpected that the students are entering into 3rd grade having mastered these areas.Particular areas of strength and growth are noted in your child’s report card.If your child completes the packet in June and doesn’t solve any math problems for therest of the summer, she will lose some very important concepts. This packet should bespread out, repeated or tweaked along the way to provide consistent practice.The pencil and paper portion includes some questions that are from the next gradelevel. Do not worry if your child has difficultly, or hasn’t mastered these extensions.Suggested Schedule:Weekly: Addition and subtraction facts to 20 should be practiced weekly!Bi-Monthly/Monthly:Comprehensive review of the concepts included in the packet. Feel free to copy,modify or use the resources below to provide additional ways of practice.Parents: You have homework too!Recommended Books and Resources:Jo Boaler’s Parent Resources: Jo Boaler's Youcubed.org from Stanford UniversityThe Opposite of Spoiled by Ron LeiberFamily Activities: Involve your child in your shopping experiences. While we love to use our debitand credit cards, find time to allow your child to pay with cash. Other activitiesinclude estimating the total cost of the purchase, deciding between items basedon price or wants and calculating the change. Board games are a wonderful way for your child to learn turn-taking, gamestrategies, money, counting and perseverance. These are widely overlooked butcritical to developing a strong mathematician.o Good games: Blokus, Monopoly, Parcheesi, Sorry, Mancala, Chess Measure, cook and bake with your child! Involve your child in calculating distance traveled, time spent traveling andmake the “Are we there yet?” into a math problem!Resources for word problems and math facts:Create and Print Worksheets: http://www.mathfactcafe.com/Word Problem Generator: gregtangmath.com

Recommended Websites and AppsWebsites that require a subscription:NameWebsiteDescriptionDreambox www.dreambox.com An adaptive, constructive website that providesstudents with practice with math concepts & skillspractice (check privacy policy)ixlwww.ixl.comA website that provides practice with topicsorganized by grade level or by standard (checkprivacy policy)Free websites:NameWebsiteGreg Tang Mathgregtangmath.comCalculation ://mathbreakers.comAddition & SubtractionMath games/Mathmagician/mathssub.htmlFact /flashcards.htmlApps: Match 10 - Combinations of 10 (1st grade and up)Name that Number - Also known as Target, using addition & subtraction to reacha target number (Challenging 1st grade and up)Kakooma - addition challenges in puzzle format (2nd grade and up)King of Math - Various types of math problems (2nd grade and up)Baseball Multiplication - single digit multiplication (3rd grade and up)Beat the Computer - single digit multiplication (3rd grade and up)

Place Value and Base 10Decompose a number into hundreds, tens and ones:Complete the equations below.75 tens oneshundreds tens ones 209ones tens hundreds 542To make 126, I could use:hundreds tens onesor tens onesor onesWrite the numbers below in expanded form. 158 509 1,294Write the numbers below in standard form (number form).300 80 4 600 10 9 1,000 400 30 6

Draw base 10 blocks below to show the number 251.In the number 461:The 1 digit represents:The 8 digit represents:The 3 digit represents:Which number is in the hundreds place in 462:Which number is in the thousands place in 3,109:Compare the numbers below by using , , or a. 918 981b. 802 798c. 1,201 1,198Adding and subtracting with tens and hundreds:a. 284 10 b. 392 10 c. 275 – 10 d. 671 100 e. 508 – 10 f. 432 – 100 g. 916 100 h. 1,003 – 10

Addition and Subtraction(using any efficient strategy)52 41 148 291 542 489 86 – 14 685 – 232 419 – 255 2,145 1,532 724 – 469 1,342 – 1,138

Developing Flexibility and Efficiency with Addition & SubtractionLook at the numbers before solving to choose the most efficient strategy. Hint: Itmay not be the algorithm or using expanded form think about friendlynumbers!426 199 362 198 503 177 95 95 99 - 67 101 – 75 267 - 98 1,002 - 998

Solving Story ProblemsPatti had 225 in her wallet. She went shopping and had 87 left.How much money did she spend shopping?During field day the 1st place winner threw the baseball 116 feet,which was 37 more feet than the 2nd place winner. How far did the 2ndplace winner throw the baseball?J’vonae’s basketball team won the first four games of the season. Thefirst game they scored 35 points. Every game thereafter, they scored10 more points than the game before. How many total points did theyscore in the first 4 games?Alice’s class had an estimation jar. There were 265 candies in the jar.She gave some candy to her classmates and then there were 187candies left. How much candy did she give to her classmates?

Open Response Problems(Solve on a separate sheet)The difference between two numbers is17. What might the two numbers be?Show as many different solutions as youcan.Ben now has 112 marbles. How manymarbles did he once have and whathappened to them? Show as manydifferent solutions as you can.Tom had a large candy bar. He cut it intopieces so that he could share it equallywith his best friend. Show different waysTom might have cut the candy bar. Labeleach part as a fraction. What about if heshared it with 2 friends? Three friends?Choose one of these numbers: 2, 3, 5, or 6.Double the number you chose andrecord the number sentence. Keepdoubling the total until you reach a sumthat is greater than 100. How far away is100 from your final number? Try it withanother number. What patterns do younotice?Tom put 12 (or 18, 24, 36 ) counters intoequal piles. How many counters were ineach pile? Show as many differentsolutions as you can.Work with a partner. Turn over 3 numeralcards each and make a 3-digit number.Record and find the sum and differenceof your numbers. Repeat.Turn over three numeral cards to make a3-digit number.Round the number you make to thenearest 10. Repeat 10 times. Explain yourstrategy for rounding numbers to thenearest 10.Sam has 30 cents in his pocket. Whatcoins might he have? Show as manydifferent solutions as you can. Repeat withdifferent amounts of money.Find 3 objects at home that are shorterthan your ruler. Order your objects fromshortest to longest. Measure each objectusing your ruler. Record your findings.Put a bunch of different objects in a cup.Sort the objects in your cup. Create arepresentation to show your data. Yourrepresentation must have a title and akey. Write 3 facts about the data in yourbar graph or line plot.Draw a clock to show one time that isquarter past the hour, one that is half pastthe hour and one that is quarter to thehour. For each clock write the time itwould be one hour earlier and one hourlater. Repeat with one ½ hour earlier andlater.Write a story problem to match theequation 250 815.Using all of the digits 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, whatnumbers can you make using additionand/or subtraction?I bought three items at the toy store andspent exactly 1.00. What might I havebought and how much did each itemcost?

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The packet includes problems from different areas of the 2nd grade curriculum. It is expected that the students are entering into 3rd grade having mastered these areas. Particular areas of strength and growth are noted in your child’s report card. If your child completes the packet in June and doesn’t solve any math problems for the

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