Number Sense Blog
Mar 8, 2017
Did you know that the largest knitted hat in the world is 66 feet in circumference and nearly 57 feet tall? (Industrias Textiles de Sudamerica - Lima, Peru, 26 April 2015)
It’s a good thing most hats are head-size or this week’s Word Problem...
Mar 1, 2017
Fee-fi-fo-fum, we smell mathematical proportion fun!
A fairytale favorite is the inspiration for today's Word Problem Wednesday. See if you can solve this teaser and check back tomorrow for the answer.
Jack casts an 8' shadow. If Jack is 5...
Feb 22, 2017
Spring is just around the corner. Flowers will soon be blooming, critters will be stirring from hibernation holes, and birds will be looking for feeders… such “peckish” little creatures!
See if you can solve this week’s bird feeder word prob...
Sep 15, 2016
Can your child answer these mental math questions? The results may surprise you!
If they can solve problems at and above grade level, they may be ready for a challenge. If they are unable to answer questions at grade level or below, they're lik...
Dec 1, 2015
Grades 1 - 6: Charlie has 6 dimes and 3 nickels. Darlene has 2 quarters and 3 dimes. Who has more money and by how much?
Grades 6 and up: A water jug is half full. After 6 cups of water are added, the jug is 70% full. How much water can the ent...
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