Gr 5 and 6 Summer Math: A Question a Day
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MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday3 Days of Reflex per week!
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Questions Week of June 25Quillayute, Washington, gets the most rainfall per year in the continental United States. How many inches does Quillayute get per year? Yuma, Arizona, gets the least rainfall, with just 3 inches per year. Quillayute gets 35 times more rain than Yuma.How many people work for Wal-Mart nationwide? There is an average of 13,500 Wal-Mart workers in every state.The country with the fewest people is Vatican City in Europe. How many people live in Vatican City? If you divided the people of Vatican City into groups of 20, you would have 42 groups.How many pounds of food will you eat in your lifetime? An elepahnt weighs about 10,000 pounds. In your lifetime, you will eat the equivalent of 6 elephants.How many miles long is the Great Wall of China? If you walked at a speed of 5 miles per hour, it would take you 900 hours to walk the length of the Great Wall of China.
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Questions Week of July 2The most miles ever driven by one car was by a 1963 Volkswagon Beetle. How many miles did the car travel? The distance from coast to coast in the United States is about 3,200 miles. The miles that the 1963 Beetle drove are equal to 500 coast-to-coast trips. The world's highest waterfall is Angel Falls in Venezuela. How high is Angel Falls? A rock fell from the top of the waterfall at a speed of 50 feet per second. It took the rock 64 seconds to reach the bottom.How many stairs are there in the Empire State Building? Terry climbed to the top of the Empire State Building at a rate of 93 stairs per minute. It took her 20 minutes to reach the top. How many days did it take Christopher Columbus to cross the Atlantic Ocean? It took Columbus 1,680 hours to cross the Atlantic Ocean.How many dreams does the average person have in a leap year? The average person has 4 dreams per night.3 Days of Reflex per week!
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Questions Week of July 9How many crayons can the Crayola Company produce in two weeks? Crayola can produce 5 million crayons every day.How many earthquakes occur in the world every year? About 960 earthquakes take place per week.The national park that gets the most visitors every year is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennesse. How many people visit the park each year? During an average month, about 770,000 people visit the park.What is the record for the most raw eggs eaten in one second? If a hen lays 1 egg every 5 minutes, it would take the hen 1 hour, 5 minutes to lay this many eggs.How many plays did Lope de Vega write? If you wrote 3 plays every month, it would take you 50 years to write the smae numbr that de Vega wrote.3 Days of Reflex per week!
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Summer work is due on the first day of school. Students entering grades 5 and 6 are assigned Reflex in addition to the problem of the day. Opimally, students should achieve three 'green lights' on Reflex each week. Since vacations may interrupt a student's ability to access Reflex, an average of 3 times per week is expected. A total of twenty-four sessions should be completed and logged on the summer math sheets prior to the start of the new school year.
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Google Classroom Summer Math Class Code: k1avyy
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There are three sheets of problems- use the tabs on the bottom to change between sheets!
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