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- Recognizes numbers to 1000
- Applies addition facts
- Regroups using the addition algorithm
- Uses repeated addition to multiply
- Regroups using manipulatives in subtraction
- Recognizes, interprets and records subtraction equations
- Divides using manipulatives
- Understands pictorial and symbolic representations of fractions
- Compares numbers using

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- Identifies 3-D shapes
- Measures area and perimeter using

manipulatives - Uses tools to find metric and

US measures

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Find your Polling for More Data sheet and use some of the strategies you discovered yesterday to make some predictions about your data. What if you doubled the number of people and they answered in the exact same way? What would the total number of each response be? What if you tripled it?

Write an equation for each column. Be sure to label your answers too!

When you make a wish and blow on a dandelion, you are INFLUENCING the spreading of these little seeds. Not every seed however lands in a place where it can grow.

Let's pretend you blow on one dandelion for every year you have lived. Check in with a teacher to see how many seeds from each stem land in a fertile spot and grow into a new flower. How many flowers grow due to your INFLUENCE?

"You've got burrs in your furs," Jasper Mouse replied. "A burr is like a hitch-hiking seed, clinging to your fur, traveling to a new destination. Some people think it was the inspiration for velcro. Pretty seed-sational, don't you think?"

"Look, you have some too Jasper," Juniper noticed.

Juniper, Jasper, Jack, Jen, Jane, Janet, and Jose each have the same number of burrs, stuck to their furrs. See a teacher to find out how many burrs are on each Mouse. How many burrs are on the mice all together?

Now it's time to think about traveling on the ladders themselves. Choose a ladder you've designed this week. Imagine you need to travel up and down the ladder, probably to do some work on the treehouse.

Find the number of steps on your ladder. How many steps will you take if you go up and down a ladder once? What about two trips? Five? Record your discoveries!

Help our class shop by conducting a classroom poll to find out what ingredients are on friends' recipe cards. We need an accurate count, so be sure to collect data from everyone, and be careful to only collect data once from each person. Please use the graphs below to record your findings!

Carrots- 15¢, potatoes- 20¢, celery- 3¢, peas- 18¢, kidney beans- 45¢, green beans- 54¢, corn- 67¢, chicken- $1.00, noodles- $1.15, squash- 34¢, barley-18¢, beef- $1.25, tomato- 71¢, Lentils-2¢, onions- 85¢, wild rice- 71¢, garlic- 90¢, radishes- 25¢, mushrooms- 75¢, asparagus- 34¢, sweet potato- 20¢