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Hill Elementary School- Revere, MA A Problem a Day, While You are Away… Entering Hill Elementary School- Revere, MA A Problem a Day, While You are Away… Entering Grade 1 Summer Math Calendar Directions for Students and Parents: 1. Students will complete a problem for each weekday during the months of July and August. 2. The parent will read each problem to the student. 3. The parent will make sure that the problem is completed correctly. 4. If the problem is completed correctly, the parent will initial the calendar on the appropriate day. 5. Students should return the calendar when school resumes in August, 2016.

July 1 (CC. 1/CC. 2) Complete the pattern below: 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, July 1 (CC. 1/CC. 2) Complete the pattern below: 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, ____, ____, ____, July 5 (CC. 1) How many counters are there? 87, 88, ____, ____. July 6 (OA. 1) How many baseball gloves in all? July 7 (OA. 2) Draw a picture to show this addition problem. Jon had 4 pencils. Alex had 3 pencils. How many did they have in all? 4+ 3 = July 8 (OA. 4) Write a number in the box that will make the number sentence true. 5 + July 11 (G. 5) Draw a house using these shapes. = 10 July 12 (G. 1) Draw a horse inside the pen. Draw 3 chickens outside the pen. July 13 (MD. 3/CC. 4) Get a handful of coins. Sort them by type and count each type. I have _______ pennies. I have _______ nickels. I have _______ dimes. I have _______ quarters. Page 1

July 14 (CC. 5/CC. 4 c) How many keys are there? How many would July 14 (CC. 5/CC. 4 c) How many keys are there? How many would there be if one more were added? July 15 (G. 2) Color the rectangles blue. Color the triangles red. Color the circles yellow. There are _____ keys. If 1 more key was added, there would be ____ keys. July 18 (NBT. 1) July 19 (OA. 5) 5 - 1 = = 10 + 4 July 20 (CC. 1) Continue the counting pattern. 10, 20, 30, 40, 4 - 2 = 2 + 3 = 1 + 4 = July 21 (CC. 3/CC. 5) Count the cookies. Write the number. 50, 60, 70, _____, _____. July 22 (OA. 3) Complete the number sentences. There are _____ cookies. July 25 (G. 6) Can you join these two triangles with full sides touching to make a rectangle? Draw the rectangle. ___ + ___ = 10 ___ + ___ = 10 Page 2

July 26 (G. 4) How many sides does this hexagon have? How many corners July 26 (G. 4) How many sides does this hexagon have? How many corners does this hexagon have? July 27 (OA. 3) Circle 3 hearts. Circle the rest of the hearts. Write an addition sentence to match these groups. ______ sides ______ corners July 28 (G. 3) Write F next to the FLAT shape. Write S next to the SOLID shape. ______ Aug 1 (OA. 4) Complete the number sentence. Use the ten frame to help you. 6 + = ___ + ___ = ___ July 29 (CC. 7) Circle the sentence that is true. 7 is less than 8. 7 is greater than 8. 7 is equal to 8. Aug 2 (OA. 2) Tom had 4 stickers. He found 4 more stickers. How many stickers does Tom now have? Hint: Draw a picture to help you solve. 10 Aug 3 (CC. 6) Circle the group with the greater number of shells. Tom has _____ stickers. Keep up the good work! Page 3

August 4 (OA. 1/OA. 2) Write the addition sentence represented by these pictures. August August 4 (OA. 1/OA. 2) Write the addition sentence represented by these pictures. August 5 (NBT. 1) Fill in the ten frames to match the number sentence. 18 = 1 ten and 8 ones. _____ + _____ = _____ August 8 (MD. 2) Circle the object that is longer. August 10 (G. 1) Draw a circle above the star. Draw a triangle below the star. Draw a square next to the star. August 12 (OA. 1 & 2) Write a number sentence that matches this picture. August 9 (G. 6) If I put these two triangles together, the new shape I would make is a ___________________ August 11 (MD. 2) Circle the tree that is taller. August 15 (MD. 1) Complete the sentence. A __________ is heavier than _____ - _____ = _____ a __________. Page 4

August 16 (OA. 1) Jon had 4 crayons. Mona had 5 crayons. How many August 16 (OA. 1) Jon had 4 crayons. Mona had 5 crayons. How many crayons did they have in all? Fill in the number sentence. Use the number line to help you. _______ + _______ = August 17 (OA. 3) Circle some of the beach balls. Now circle the rest of the beach balls. How many are in each group? How many in all? Fill in the number sentence. ______ + _____ = August 18 (MD. 2) Which is shorter, the plate or the cubes? Circle the shorter object. August 19 (CC. 7) Circle the greater number. 3 August 20 (OA. 2) The Lopez family went to the zoo 10 times this summer. If they went to the zoo 4 times in July, how many times did they go in August? Draw a picture to help you solve. 4 August 21 (NBT. 1) Complete the number sentence. Use the ten frames to help you. 14 = 10 + _______ - _____ = _____ August 22 (CC. 6) Circle the ten frame that has fewer counters. Page 5

Bonus Day (CC. 2 & 3) Continue the counting pattern. Draw circles in the Bonus Day (CC. 2 & 3) Continue the counting pattern. Draw circles in the box to match the amount of last number you wrote. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 ____, ____, ____, ____. Bonus Day (MD. 3, CC. 4 a&b, CC. 5) Use the graph below to answer the questions. How many children in all like to eat apples? _________ How many children in all like to eat pears? _________ How many children in all like to eat bananas? _________ = 1 child Great work! Page 6