**Problems of the Week**

*Use these problem solving questions for extra practice and extension opportunities!*

1) Write as many equivalent fractions as you can for the fraction 30/60.

2) Math on April Fools - Draw a picture of you during your April fools prank that includes an 3 obtuse angles, a triangular prism, the sum of 593+2291, the answer to 18 X 6, 3 examples of a fraction, one examples of equivalent fractions, and a Wayne Rooney jersey that cost $114.38.

3) Robin Hood shot 8 arrows at a target. The middle section of the target was worth 50 points. The next section was worth 25 points and the last section was worth 10 points. Each arrow hit a section of the target. His total score was 175. Where did the arrows land? Is that the only possible solution?

4) Create a math rap and include at least 6 of your spelling words. Try making a rap about a topic that you are currently studying in class.

5)Sentences can have too many adjectives sometimes. Decide which sentences have too many adjectives and then re-write them so that they flow nicely.

a) Usain Bolt ran quick, fast and briskly.

b) The loud, noisy, coughing, roaring crowd member interrupted the talented, wonderful, outstanding, amazing, Taylor Swift concert

c) The students thought Mrs. Boag was nice and kind.

2) Math on April Fools - Draw a picture of you during your April fools prank that includes an 3 obtuse angles, a triangular prism, the sum of 593+2291, the answer to 18 X 6, 3 examples of a fraction, one examples of equivalent fractions, and a Wayne Rooney jersey that cost $114.38.

3) Robin Hood shot 8 arrows at a target. The middle section of the target was worth 50 points. The next section was worth 25 points and the last section was worth 10 points. Each arrow hit a section of the target. His total score was 175. Where did the arrows land? Is that the only possible solution?

4) Create a math rap and include at least 6 of your spelling words. Try making a rap about a topic that you are currently studying in class.

5)Sentences can have too many adjectives sometimes. Decide which sentences have too many adjectives and then re-write them so that they flow nicely.

a) Usain Bolt ran quick, fast and briskly.

b) The loud, noisy, coughing, roaring crowd member interrupted the talented, wonderful, outstanding, amazing, Taylor Swift concert

c) The students thought Mrs. Boag was nice and kind.