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To the Teacher Mastering STAAR Math prepares students to succeed on the STAAR Math Test. The STAAR Math Test assesses the TEKS in the STAAR Reporting Categories. The program is organized into five books: • • • • •

Numbers, Operations, and Quantitive Reasoning Patterns, Relationships, and Algebraic Reasoning Geometry and Spatial Reasoning Measurement Probability and Statistics

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Each TEKS has Guided Practice and Independent Practice math problems. The Guided Practice math problems have a hint for every problem. The hints offer strategies to help students solve the problem. Students are introduced to several different problem-solving strategies: Make a Chart or List, Graph, Sort Data Work Backwards Use Manipulatives or Act Out HTED. G Use a Formula or Rule I R Y COP Make Estimates OK IS TER.

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Contents TEKS (4.11) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

TEKS (4.12) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28

TEKS Skill

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Guided Practice

Independent Practice

(A) Readiness . . . . . 5 . . . . . . . . 6 (B) Supporting. . . . 11 . . . . . . . 12 (C) Supporting. . . . 15 . . . . . . . 16 (D) Supporting. . . . 22 . . . . . . . 23

Guided Practice

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(A) Supporting. . . . 29 . . . . . . . 30 (B) Supporting. . . . 36 . . . . . . . 37

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TEKS (4.11) The student applies measurement concepts. The student is expected to estimate and measure to solve problems involving length (including perimeter) and area. The student uses measurement tools to measure capacity/volume and weight/mass.

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Guided Practice Directions: Use the hint to help you solve the problem.

TEKS (4.11) The student applies measurement concepts. The student is expected to estimate and measure to solve problems involving length (including perimeter) and area. The student uses measurement tools to measure capacity/volume and weight/mass. (A) Readiness. The student is expected to estimate and use measurement tools to determine length (including perimeter), area, capacity, and weight/mass using standard units SI (metric) and customary.

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1 Which of the following holds only 1 cup of water?

HINT Make Estimates. Estimate the capacity of each item. Which capacity is closest to 1 cup? .

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Independent Practice Directions: Solve the problems on your own. 2 Which of the following holds only 1 gallon of water?

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3 Paco would like to cover the floor of his room with carpet. He needs to know the area of the floor before he buys the carpet. The floor is 11 feet long and 12 feet wide. What is the area of the floor? A B C D

46 square feet 123 square feet 132 square feet 246 square feet

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4 Use your ruler to measure the four sides of the front cover of the book below to the nearest inch.

Mountain Vision

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Sean Johnson What is the perimeter of the front cover of the book? F G H J

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inches inches inches inches

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5 Which is the best estimate of the mass of a crayon? A B C D

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grams kilograms liters meters

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Choose One: • Write directions for how to solve one of the practice problems. • What questions would you like to ask your teacher to help you better understand the math you have just learned?

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Choose One: • Write two math problems that are similar to the ones you have just solved. • What is something you would like to do or learn about in math class?

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HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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Guided Practice Directions: Use the hint to help you solve the problem.

TEKS (4.11) The student applies measurement concepts. The student is expected to estimate and measure to solve problems involving length (including perimeter) and area. The student uses measurement tools to measure capacity/volume and weight/mass. (B) Supporting. The student is expected to perform simple conversions between different units of length, between different units of capacity, and between different units of weight within the customary measurement system.

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1 Tosha made 6 gallons of holiday punch. How many quarts of holiday punch did she make? HINT Make a Chart or List. Make a 2-column chart with gallons in one HTED. 1 through 6 in the G column and quarts in the other. Write the numbers I R Y COP in a Egallon, gallons column. Since there O are 4ISquarts a 4 in the K O ST R. Owrite B A M E K L E P IN quarts column, beside column. CKLgallons HIS BOUse a pattern to IS SAM theT A1 BinLAthe T H T R O complete the table to O the number S Nfind IVEN Fof quarts Yin. 6 gallons.

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Independent Practice Directions: Solve the problems on your own. 2 Cooper made a banner that was 72 inches long. How many feet long was the banner he made? F G H J

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ft ft ft ft

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3 Maggie’s new puppy weighs 7 pounds. How many ounces does Maggie’s puppy weigh? A B C D

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56 oz 70 oz 84 oz 112 oz

HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P IN HowHImany AM S BO cups of paint CKLclass. Cayden mixed 10 pints for Aart L T B THIS Sof paint R A O OT NF did he mix? IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN F 5c S S I M P ER REPR G 10 c E B O T H 20 c J 40 c

5 A sidewalk at school is 63 yards long. How many feet long is the sidewalk? A B C D

7 ft 21 ft 189 ft 630 ft

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Choose One: • Write directions for how to solve one of the practice problems. • What questions would you like to ask your teacher to help you better understand the math you have just learned?

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HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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Choose One: • Write two math problems that are similar to the ones you have just solved. • What is something you would like to do or learn about in math class?

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HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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Guided Practice Directions: Use the hint to help you solve the problem.

TEKS (4.11) The student applies measurement concepts. The student is expected to estimate and measure to solve problems involving length (including perimeter) and area. The student uses measurement tools to measure capacity/volume and weight/mass. (C) Supporting. The student is expected to use [concrete] models of standard cubic units to measure volume.

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1 The models below are made with 1-unit cubes. Which model has a volume of 60 units? HINT Use a Formula or Rule. To find the volume of a rectangular prism, multiply length ⫻ width ⫻ height. The number of cubes across is the length, the number of cubes from front to back is the width, and the D. number of layers of cubes is the height.YRIGHTE

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Independent Practice Directions: Solve the problems on your own. 2 The models below are made with 1-unit cubes. Which model has a volume of 210 units?

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3 The models below are made with 1-unit cubes. Which model has a volume of 64 units?

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4 The models below are made with 1-unit cubes. Which model has a volume of 72 units?

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5 The models below are made with 1-unit cubes. Which model has a volume of 125 units?

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Choose One: • Write directions for how to solve one of the practice problems. • What questions would you like to ask your teacher to help you better understand the math you have just learned?

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HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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Choose One: • Write two math problems that are similar to the ones you have just solved. • What is something you would like to do or learn about in math class?

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HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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Guided Practice Directions: Use the hint to help you solve the problem.

TEKS (4.11) The student applies measurement concepts. The student is expected to estimate and measure to solve problems involving length (including perimeter) and area. The student uses measurement tools to measure capacity/volume and weight/mass. (D) Supporting. The student is expected to estimate volume in cubic units.

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1 Jordan has a fish tank like the one shown below.

HTED. G I R Y COP= 1 cubic S I R. unit K E O T O S B A AMPLE BLACKLINE M THIS BOOK S S I H T T A units.IVWhich N FORof theAYfollowing He estimates the volumeISinNO cubic is a E . G T W I T Y O N N reasonable estimate? A ION IS ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B HINT O T Use Manipulatives or Act Out. Count how many cubic units will fit across the length, the width, and the height of the fish tank. Use those numbers to estimate the total number of cubic units that would fill the fish tank.

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Independent Practice Directions: Solve the problems on your own. 2 Christina has a carton like the one shown below.

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= 1 cubic unit

She estimates the volume in cubic units. Which of the following is a reasonable estimate? F G H J

15 cubic units 20 cubic units 120 cubic units 300 cubic units

HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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3 Mateo has a sandbox like the one shown below.

= 1 cubic unit He estimates the volume in cubic units. Which of the following is a reasonable estimate? A B C D

10 cubic units 20 cubic units 50 cubic units 100 cubic units

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4 Amanda has a cooler like the one shown below.

HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O = 1 cubic unit T

She estimates the volume in cubic units. Which of the following is a reasonable estimate? F G H J

125 cubic units 75 cubic units 15 cubic units 5 cubic units

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5 Josh has a toy chest like the one shown below.

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He estimates the volume in cubic units. Which of the following is a reasonable estimate? A B C D

3,600 cubic units 360 cubic units 36 cubic units 22 cubic units THIS

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Choose One: • Write directions for how to solve one of the practice problems. • What questions would you like to ask your teacher to help you better understand the math you have just learned?

E L P SAM ATION C U D E ! Y L L Y L L RA A R . 9 9 888.

HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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Choose One: • Write two math problems that are similar to the ones you have just solved. • What is something you would like to do or learn about in math class?

E L P SAM ATION C U D E ! Y L L Y L L RA A R . 9 9 888.

HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O STER. OK BO A M E L E P BO AM KLIN THIS S OT A BLAC N FOR THIS IT IS N S NOT GIVE ANY WAY. ION I ODUCED IN S S I M P ER REPR E B O T

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TEKS (4.12) The student applies measurement concepts. The student measures time and temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius).

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(A) Supporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 (B) Supporting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36

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Guided Practice Directions: Use the hint to help you solve the problem.

TEKS (4.12) The student applies measurement concepts. The student measures time and temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius). (A) Supporting. The student is expected to use a thermometer to measure temperature and changes in temperature.

1 The thermometer below shows the temperature on a warm day at the beach.

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100

90

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Independent Practice Directions: Solve the problems on your own. 2 The thermometer below shows the temperature of a pitcher of water.

8C

20

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0

What temperature is shown? F G H J

10°C 11°C 12°C 15°C

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3 The thermometer below shows the average high temperature in Austin in May.

8C

30

20

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What temperature is shown? A B C D

20°C 25°C 28°C 29°C

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4 The thermometers below show the temperatures in a town in the morning and afternoon of the same day.

8F

80

8F

80

70

70

60

60

50

50

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40

Morning

Afternoon

What is the difference between these two temperatures? F G H J

16°F 20°F 24°F 130°F

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5 The thermometers below show the temperatures in a town in the morning and afternoon of the same day.

8C

40

8C

40

30

30

20

20

10

10

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Morning

Afternoon

What is the difference between these two temperatures? A B C D

3°C 7°C 13°C 17°C

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Choose One: • Write directions for how to solve one of the practice problems. • What questions would you like to ask your teacher to help you better understand the math you have just learned?

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Choose One: • Write two math problems that are similar to the ones you have just solved. • What is something you would like to do or learn about in math class?

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Guided Practice Directions: Use the hint to help you solve the problem.

TEKS (4.12) The student applies measurement concepts. The student measures time and temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius). (B) Supporting. The student is expected to use tools such as a clock with gears or a stopwatch to solve problems involving elapsed time.

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1 The clock below shows the time Brailyn’s karate class ends.

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7 6

5

4

HTED. G I R Y COP S I K O The class begins at 4:30. How long is Brailyn’s TER. class? Skarate BO A M E L E P BOOK AM KLIN S S C I A S H I L T H B T OT A N FOR HINT N E V S I I AY. G T W I T Y O N N A Work Backward. ReadONthe on the I IS time ED INclock shown. Count backward S C S U I D M O R hoursREor to 4:30. How PRminutes before the ending time is the PEmany E B O T starting time? A B C D

15 minutes 45 minutes 1 hour 15 minutes 1 hour 45 minutes

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Independent Practice Directions: Solve the problems on your own. 2 The clock below shows the time Cooper’s swimming lesson ends.

11 12 1 10 2 3 9

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7 6

5

4

The lesson begins at 7:10. How long is Cooper’s swimming lesson? F G H J

3

30 minutes 40 minutes 1 hour 30 minutes 1 hour 10 minutes

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Eliana leaves the beach at 1:30 in the afternoon. How long is Eliana at the beach? A B C D

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4 The clock below shows the time school starts.

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7 6

5

4

School ends at 2:45. How long is the school day? F G H J

6 6 5 5

hours hours hours hours

45 15 45 15

minutes minutes minutes minutes

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5 The clock below shows what time Josiah began eating dinner.

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BOOK AM KLIN S S C I A S H I L T H B T 8OT A 4 FOR N VEN S I I 7 5 AY. G T W I T 6 Y O N N A ION IS ODUCED IN S S I M P ER EP R Rminutes E B He finished eating dinner 45 later. At what time did Josiah O T finish eating dinner? A B C D

6:05 6:20 6:35 6:45

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Choose One: • Write directions for how to solve one of the practice problems. • What questions would you like to ask your teacher to help you better understand the math you have just learned?

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Choose One: • Write two math problems that are similar to the ones you have just solved. • What is something you would like to do or learn about in math class?

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