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The rabbit lives in this building. D stands for his floor number. Use the clues to figure out D. CLUES: 1) D is an odd number. 2) You say D when you count by 5s, starting with 5. Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 3 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources 3) D + D is less than 30. I’ll start with Clue 3. I make a list of numbers for D . 1. What numbers are on Ima’s list? Ima Thinker ___________________________ 2. Look at Clue 2. Which numbers can you cross off Ima’s list?

_______________________________________________ 3. What is J ? __________ 4. How did you figure out the monkey’s floor number? _______________________________________________ _______________________________________________ 52 Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Gr. 3 © 2008 by Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources 1. Which clue will you use first? __________ ALGE B Balancing Blocks 3 SS NE READ I RA Overview Shown two pan balances with blocks, children identify how many of one type of block will balance another set of blocks.

You may want to walk around and listen in on some of their discussions. After a few minutes, display the problem on the board (or on the overhead if you made a transparency) and use the following questions to guide a whole-class discussion on how to solve the problem: • What numbers are on Ima’s list? (8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1) • Why is 8 the greatest number on Ima’s list? (Clue 2 shows that when A is added to itself, the sum is less than 18. ) 42 Algebra Readiness Made Easy: Grade 3 © Greenes, Findell & Cavanagh, Scholastic Teaching Resources WHICH FLOOR?