 Card
1 / add / If I have 8 pencils and I add 9 more pencils, how many total pencils do I have? / 17 pencils
2 / analog clock / What number is the hour hand pointing to when you go to bed? What number is the minute hand pointing to when you go to bed? / Sample answer: The hour hand is pointing to the 8, and the minute hand is pointing to the 6.
3 / array / Describe or show how you would create an array using 4 rows of 4. / Sample answer: show or describe 4 rows of four.
4 / bar graph / Your class voted for their favorite pet. The choices were hamster, goldfish, cat, and dog. How many bars would you need to represent the data? / 4 bars
5 / cent / You found a quarter in the parking lot at school. How many cents is it worth? / 25 cents
6 / centimeter (cm) / Name an object that is about 3 centimeters long. / Sample answer: a small paper clip
7 / circle / Find as many circles as you can in your classroom. / Sample answer: 5
8 / coins / What coins could you use to buy something for \$0.30? / Sample answer: 3 dimes
9 / cone / Make a list of objects that are cones. / Sample answers: a construction cone, a megaphone
10 / corner / How many more corners are in our classroom (walls and ceiling) than on your desk top? / Sample answer: 4 more
11 / cube / What 3 objects can you name that are cubes? / Sample answer: an ice cube, a box, a connecting cube
12 / cylinder / Describe something that you use that is a cylinder. / Sample answer: a piece of chalk
13 / data / How would you collect data to find your family members favorite food? / Sample answer: I would use a tally chart.
14 / difference / Is the difference of 5 from 10 and 6 from 10 the same number? Tell how you know. / No; I know that 10 – 5 = 5 and 10 – 6 = 4.
15 / digital clock / What time does your digital clock show when you get home from school? / Sample answer: My digital clock shows 3:30.
16 / divide / You have 12 crackers to give your 3 friends. How many crackers can you give to each of them? / 4 crackers
17 / dollar / How many dimes would you need to equal one dollar? / 10 dimes
18 / edge / On what objects in your classroom can you find an edge? / Sample answer: a door
19 / equal sign / Name someone whose name has the same number of letters as yours. The number of letters will be equal. / Sample answer: Joe and Ann both have 3 letters in their names.
20 / equal groups / In our class, how many students are in each group if we divide the boys and the girls into 2 equal groups? / Sample answer: 10 boys and 10 girls equal 20 students.
21 / equal parts / How many equal parts would you have if you cut your sandwich to share it with a friend? / I would have 2 equal parts.
22 / estimate / If I have 12 paper clips on my desk and 37 in my desk, about how many paper clips do I have? / I have about 50 paper clips.
23 / expanded form / Tell how you would write the number 348 in expanded form. / I would write 300 + 40 + 8.
24 / face / What shape is the face of a rectangular prism? / a rectangle or a square
25 / fact family / If 7 and 15 are members of the same fact family, what number is missing? / 8
26 / fraction / Your teacher ordered a pizza for you and your friends. It was cut into 6 equal slices. If you ate 2 slices, what fraction would be left? / 4
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27 / graph / Describe or show what the graph of 2nd Graders favorite fruit would look like. / Sample answer: a graph with bananas with 4 votes, strawberries, with 8 votes and grapes with 7 votes- displayed by each box of a bar graph being colored in.
28 / inch (in) / Name something that is about 2 inches long. / Sample answer: an eraser
29 / is greater than / Name someone whose age is greater than yours. / Sample answer: the teacher
30 / is less than / Name someone whose age is less than yours. / Sample answer: my little brother
31 / measure / Name the standard units you know that help you measure length. / inches, centimeters, feet, yards, and meters
32 / multiples / Using multiples of 2, how many socks would be in 5 pairs of socks? / 10 socks
33 / multiply / What multiplication problem is the same as 5 + 5 + 5? / 5 x 3 = 15
34 / number line / How do you use a number line to help you count back? / Sample answer: I put my finger on the greater number and count back the lesser number.
35 / pattern / Find a partner. Teach your partner a clapping pattern. / Sample answer: clap, clap clap, clap, clap clap,
36 / picture graph / How do you think the picture graph got its name? / Sample answer: it uses pictures to show data
37 / place value / What is in the place value of the 1 in this number, 172? / The place value of 1 in 172 is 100.
38 / plane shape / List all the plane shapes you can find inside your desk or classroom. / Sample answer: a rectangle, a square, a triangle
39 / pyramid / How many faces does a pyramid have? / 5 faces
40 / quarter hour / Make a list of activities you can complete in a quarter hour. / Sample answer: get ready for school, walk the dog, clean my room
41 / rectangle / Find an object in the room that is in the shape of a rectangle. Draw it. / Sample answer: the chalkboard, the door, a window
42 / rectangular prism / Name your favorite food that comes in a box that is a rectangular prism. / Sample answer: cereal
43 / regroup / You have 3 dimes. You want to trade your dimes for pennies. How many pennies can you get with 3 dimes? / 30 pennies
44 / solid shape / Which is a solid shape: a box of cereal or a drawing of a rectangle? / a box of cereal
45 / sphere / Why can’t a sphere be stacked? / A sphere cannot be stacked because it is round and will roll.
46 / square / Make a list of the squares you see in your classroom or school. / Sample answer: the door, the mirror, the computer screen
47 / subtract / You and 3 friends are playing outside. One goes home for dinner. Would you add or subtract to find out how many are left? / I would subtract to find out how many are left.
48 / sum / If you add the number of your fingers and the number of your toes, what is the sum? / 10 + 10 = 20 fingers and toes
49 / triangle / What is the least amount of friends you would need to make a triangle with your bodies on the playground? / 2
50 / vertex / How many vertices does your desk have? / 4