Each week, our students are presented with a new math challenge. Students can solve the problem and submit answers to receive special recognition from our math committee. Good luck. To submit an answer  remember to: write your first and last name, your teacher’s name, label your answer, and turn it in by 12:00 p.m. on Thursday. Have Fun!! The current challenge: For Grades K1, due Thursday, April 9 Ms. Friedman’s class had 1 box of crayons. Mrs. Herman’s class had 2 boxes of crayons Mrs. Primavera’s class had 3 boxes of crayons. Each box has 10 crayons. How many crayons did all the Kindergarten teachers have in all?

K  1 
The crayons were on the table in a messy pile! There were 2 purple crayons, 8 blue crayons, 10 green crayons, 4 red crayons, 6 yellow crayons, and 10 brown crayons all mixed together. The teacher wants the crayons put back into small boxes. Five crayons fit in each box. How many boxes are needed to put away all these crayons? 
K1 
Susie reads 2 pages of her book on Monday. She reads 4 pages on Tuesday. She reads 6 pages on Wednesday. If this pattern continues, how many pages will Susie have read by Sunday? 
Grades 4 and 5 
The area of Sam’s rectangular garden is 360 square feet. The garden is twelve feet wide. What is the length of fencing Sam will need to buy in order to fence in the garden completely on all four sides? 
Grades 2 and 3 
Santa needed to make 636 presents by Christmas Eve. He has 6 elves. How many presents will each elf need to make if they each make an EQUAL number for Santa? 
Grades K and 1 
Ms. McCann had 3 candy canes and Ms. Annunziata had 2 candy canes. Each candy cane had 5 red stripes. How many red stripes were on all the candy canes? If each candy cane had six stripes, how many stripes would there be altogether? 
Grades 4 and 5 
Apples are on sale this week for $1.40 per pound. If Jaline bought a pound and a half of apples and paid with a $5 bill, how much change would Jaline receive? 
Grades 2 and 3 
There were 5 turkeys on the farm. Each turkey had 20 feathers. If each turkey lost 10 feathers, how many turkey feathers were left? 
Grades K and 1 Olivia went to the store. She bought 6 apples and 4 oranges. How many fruits did she buy altogether? 
Grades K and 1 Sam had 7 hot dogs in the refrigerator. Then Sam bought two packages of hot dogs at the store. Inside each package were 10 hot dogs. How many hot dogs does Sam have now? Winners: Ms.Skahen's class: Edmond,Zackerie, Matthew, Christopher, Marco, Marisabel, Aiden, Taylor, Owen, Jakob,Kayla, Amanda, Robert, Sophia, Morgan, and Reese Ms. Walker's class: Andrew,Shannon, Caelyn, James, Tyler, Thorny, and Isabella Ms. Primavera's class: Nicholas,Savannah, and Sarah Ms. Flood's class: Jordan,Nicholas, William, Brianna, Abigail, Kaiya, Madelyn, Bo, Brayden, Hailey,Natalie, Julian, TyJaheria, Jevin, Jacob, and Kevin Ms. Kedzielawa's class: Giovanni,Joshua, Maximus, Brandon, and Nasia 
Grades 2 and 3 A pet store had 60 puppies. In one day they sold 35 of them. If each remaining puppy eats 2 bones a day, how many bones does the pet store need each day? 
Grades K and 1 Hunter counted 32 daffodils in her garden. Her mother said she could pick some to put in a vase, but she must leave 20 daffodils in the garden. How many daffodils is Hunter allowed to pick from the garden? Winners: Ms.Skahen's class: Zackerie, Matthew, Chelsea, Taylor, Jakob, Amanda, Anderson, and Robert Ms. Clark's class: James, Olivia, Isabella, Caelyn, Tyler, Amanda, Andrew, Kristina, Daniel, Thorny, Kaidyn, and Jaden Ms. Flood's class: Kaiya, Jordan, Olivia, Bo, Kevin, Madelyn, TyJaheria, Elena, William, Anthony, Abigail, Sam, Natalie, Nicholas Ms. Primavera's class: Blake and Savannah Ms. Kedzielawa's class: Joshua B., Max, Nasia, Brandon, Jeffrey, Dennis 
One snowy day, 14 students wore boots to school and put their boots in the closet. How many boots were in the closet that day?
In Ms. Skahen’s class: Kayla, Sophia, Taylor, Lissenda, and Amanda
In Mrs. Primavera’s and Mrs. Walker’s class: Nick and Jesus
In Ms. Primavera’s class:
Abbey, Alex, Dorian, Gianna, James, Michael, and Thomas.
Elise is babysitting for $7.00 per hour. Mr. & Mrs. Stuart plan to be out for 5 hours. Elise’s friend wants to come over and help out, so they will share the money. If they split the money evenly, how much will Elise get?
In Ms. Nastasi’s class: Noah as well as the rest of the class working as a math team!
Winners!
Mrs. Stenhilber’s Class:
Kaleigh, Alexia, John, Matthew, Nathaniel, Tmani, Devin
Mrs. Scott’s Class: Ava and Andrew B.
Mrs. Vermilyea’s Class: Tim, Justin, Jaeden, Olivia, Phoebe, Evan, Kaylah, Stella,
Mrs. Grammas/ Mrs. Crown: Grace
Mrs. Hoyt’s Class: Zachariah, Lia, Jasmine, Trinity, Samantha, Jeffrey,
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