Week 6 5/3/2020
Find the solution to the problem then round to the nearest ten
Bailey had 1249 Pokemon cards, and 436 were torn. Tara bought 519 of Bailey’s Pokemon cards. How many Pokemon cards does Bailey have now?
There are 31345 walnut trees currently in the park. Park workers had to cut down 15432 walnut trees that were damaged. How many walnut trees will be in the park when the workers are finished?
Justin has 4348 yellow and 3419 green balloons. Lily took 727 of Justin’s yellow balloons. How many yellow balloons does Justin now have?
Miss Gledhill grew 6482 turnips, but the rabbits ate half. How many turnips does Miss Gledhill have left?
Sally found 4543 seashells and 1644 starfish on the beach. She gave 2443 of the seashells to Keith. How many seashells does Sally now have?
6. A movie rental shop has 5416 old DVDs and 6986 new DVDs. What is the total number of DVDs in the shop?
7. In a public telephone booth, 743 calls are made before noon and more calls are made after noon. If 1, 692 called were made in total, how many calls were made that afternoon?
8. A famous dictionary contains 2012 pages. A new version includes 1003 more pages. What is the total number of pages in a new version?
Week 6 3/3/2020
Day 1
Play the game Wishball for 10 minutes  http://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/?EL9UME
http://fusecontent.education.vic.gov.au/ef53478f102e449b8468a694e997cf2c/p/index.html
1) 6,324 – 4,903 =
2) 24,524 – 19, 945 =
3) 246,302 – 17,290 =
4) I swam for 35 minutes and had a break. I wanted to swim for 50 minutes. How much longer do I have to swim for?
5) Gary has 45 pencils, but loses 17. How many has he have left?
6) Kate has 75c, she needs 99c to buy felt tips. How much more money does she need to buy them?
Level Maths Centre: Week 5 Day 1: Addition & Subtraction  Using 4 Digit with 3 & 4 Addends 
4567 + 1236 = 2980 – 1287 = 3412 + 2509 = 9012 – 3709 =

1) Sandy found 235 seashells, Joan found 44 seashells, and Tim found 77 seashells on the beach. How many seashells did they find together?

2) Sara has 633 orange marbles, Joan has 139 orange marbles, and Sally has 338 orange marbles. How many orange marbles do they have in all together?

3) Tim has 1541 books, Sandy has 533 books, and Dan has 231 books. How many books do they have together?

4) Melanie grew 1310 pumpkins, Mary grew 1232 pumpkins, and Tim sold 224 pumpkins. How many pumpkins remind?

Level Maths Centre: Week 5 Day 2: Addition & Subtraction  Using 4 Digit with 3 & 4 Addends 
1) Jason likes to collect coins. Jason got 518 coins from his brother, 217 coins from his mother, as well as 24 coins from Jess. However, Jason lost 23 coins before putting those coins into his piggybank. How many coins does Jason have in his piggybank?

2) Keith wants 2168 cupcakes for his party. Keith has already made 572 vanilla cupcakes, and 36 cocoa cupcakes. How many more cupcakes does Keith need to make?

3) At an amusement park, Jason wants to ride a rollercoaster that costs 25 tickets, a bumper car that costs 34 tickets, and a merrygoround that costs 21 tickets. Jason had 18 tickets but lost 10 of them on a ride. How many more tickets does he need?

Level Maths Centre: Week 5 Day 3: Addition & Subtraction  Using 4 Digit with 3 & 4 Addends 
1) Nancy had 192 wolf stickers. Nancy gave 73 stickers to Sally, 67 stickers to her sister and an additional 29 stickers to Jess. How many stickers does Nancy still have?

2) Fred made 3 different stacks of wooden blocks. The first stack was 8 blocks high, the second stack was 1 block(s) higher than the first, and the final stack was 8 block(s) higher than the second. In total, how many blocks did Fred use for all 3 stacks?

3) For lacrosse season, Benny decided to buy 18 balls, 35 pairs of shorts, as well as 25 pairs of lacrosse shoes. In total, how many objects did Benny buy for lacrosse season?

4) Nancy wants several different colour plates for her birthday. Nancy wants to get 120 yellow plates, 132 black plates, and some amount of orange plates. In total, Nancy wants 324 plates, so how many orange plates should she get?
