# Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Grade 3: An Essential Part of by Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes

By Mary Cavanagh, Carol Findell, Carole Greenes

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3 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources I’ll start with Clue 2. I’ll make a list of numbers for E . Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ WHICH FLOOR? PROBLEM 4 What is the kangaroo’s floor number? The kangaroo lives in this building. F stands for her floor number. Use the clues to figure out F. CLUES: 1) F is an odd number. 2) You say the number F when you count by 3s, starting with 3. Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 3 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources 3) F has a 1 in the tens place.

The car weighs _______ pounds. 3. The car weighs _______ pounds more than the sand truck. 4. Two cars weigh _______ pounds. 35 Name _____________________________________________ Date __________________ MINI MOVERS PROBLEM 2 How much do the toys weigh? 15 pounds SCALE A 6 pounds SCALE B I’ll start with Scale B. It shows the Ima Thinker 1. The pickup truck weighs _______ pounds. 2. The camper weighs _______ pounds. 3. The pickup truck weighs _______ pounds less than the camper. 4. Two campers weigh _______ pounds.

Since the van is 9 pounds, subtract 9 from 21, or 21 – 9 = 12. ) MINI MOVERS MAKE THE CASE How much does the cement mixer weigh? 18 pounds 21 pounds • How do you think Professor Pelly got the answer of 21 pounds? ) SCALE A SCALE B I believe The scale • How do you think Ms. Slide got the answer of 3 pounds? ) shows that it is 21 pounds. Ms. Slide You’re both wrong. The cement mixer Professor Pelly 34 32 weighs 12 pounds. Dr. Tap Who is wearing a thinking cap? Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Grade 3 © Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr.