- Measurement
- Plane Geometry

In honor of Veteran’s Day, people around the country are flying American flags. For many people, finding flags to buy in stores has been next to impossible due to the great demand. Therefore, many of...

- Measurement
- Plane Geometry

- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)

Thursday is Pi Day! For all of the following calculations, use 3.14 for pi. In honor of Pi Day, Wilma’s class is having a pie party. Wilma brought in her favorite kind of pie – apple. When she cuts...

- Algebraic Expressions and Equations
- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)

May is National Bike Month, so here are a few problems related to bicycles. Brenden is riding an old-time bicycle that has a back wheel with a diameter of 1 foot and a front wheel with a radius of 1.5...

- Measurement
- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)
- Proportional Reasoning

This Friday, June 14th, the United States will celebrate Flag Day. If you check out the many websites devoted to Flag Day, you are sure to learn a lot about the history of the holiday and the history...

- General Math
- Percents and Fractions
- Proportional Reasoning
- Solid Geometry

A town in South Dakota decides to have an “End of the Summer” pool party and invites all of the households in the town that have school aged children. Twenty-seven households are invited to the party...

- Percents and Fractions
- Plane Geometry
- Probability, Counting and Combinatorics

It’s Autumn, and that means leaves are falling! Amber’s house occupies 2650 ft 2 in the middle of a 50-foot by 80-foot parcel of land, and the leaves that fall cover the ground all around her house...

- Algebraic Expressions and Equations
- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)

Bethany and her family are attending the Funville Town Fall Festival, and the first thing they do is get in line for the Maize (corn) Maze. When Bethany gets to the entrance of the Maze she is facing...

- General Math
- Percents and Fractions
- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)
- Proportional Reasoning

In preparation for Thanksgiving dinner, Mrs. Cobble decided to get a new tablecloth for the dining room table. Her rectangular table measures 3.5 feet by 6 feet, and she would like the tablecloth to...

- Percents and Fractions
- Solid Geometry

For the following problems, assume that the snowballs are perfect spheres. Chiquita and Rhonda are each building a snowman. Rhonda tells Chiquita that she is making each of her 3 balls of snow 20%...

- Plane Geometry
- Problem Solving (Misc.)
- Sequences, Series and Patterns

Now that 2024 is finally here, let’s see what we can do with this new number! If the perimeter of a particular square is 2024 inches, what is the area of the square, in square inches? Express your...