1st Grade Math
You save your things so that you can use them at another time. You keep on putting more and more things in your box or container. How do you know how many you have?
2nd Grade Math
Computation: You want to buy rice cookies for your friends. You need 15 quarters to buy them. But you have only 9 quarters. How do you find out how much more money is needed to buy the snacks for your friends?
Computation: Suppose you have 7 rice cookies. You give 3 to your sister. If you want to know the number of rice cookies you will have left, how would you do it?
Data Analysis: What is the place value of a number?
Computation: You have five rice cookies. You got a package of 12 cookies. How many cookies do you have altogether?
3rd Grade Math
Estimation: You purchased 5 rice cookies and 4 rice candies with your weekly allowance. You ate three things. How many are left?
Computation: You have 10 rice cookies. You give one cookie to each of your 7 friends. How many cookies are left for you?
4th Grade Math
Computation: If I have fourteen grains of rice and add twelve more grains, how many grains of rice do I have? If my family has five bags of rice and we eat two bags, how many bags do we have left?
Data Analysis: What is the outlook for rice worldwide?
Computation: How can we use rice to solve problem questions?
Computation: How much do U.S. farmers grow of the world supply of rice?
Estimation: You are in a store, without a calculator or pen and paper. If you have to quickly decide whether you have enough money to buy 23 packets of rice cookies @$1.69 or not, how would you go about it?
Measurement: If you are asked to convert a distance from hectometers to centimeters, how would you go about it?
Measurement: How do you cook a perfect plate of rice?
Computation: You want to buy rice cookies for your friends. You need 15 quarters to buy them. But you have only 9 quarters with you. What do you do in order to find out how much more money you need to buy snacks for your friends?
Computation: If you had five rice cookies, and you purchased a package of 12 cookies, how many cookies would you have altogether?
Computation: You save your things so that you can use them at another time. You keep on putting more and more things in your box or container.
5th Grade Math
Ratios and Percent: What are percentages? How do we use them to interpret facts and statistics about rice? How do we convert percentages into decimals and fractions?
Data Analysis: How many bird species take advantage of the different habitats around rice farms?
Data Analysis: So, how much nutritional value does rice really have?
Measurement: If you are asked when to start making rice cookies, which you have to complete by a certain hour on a particular date, how would you go about it?
Measurement: What units and concepts do we use to measure rice?
Area: If you have to find the area of a region, which is not a regular shape, how would you calculate it?
Analysis: What proportion of rough rice is prepared into consummable rice?
6th Grade Math
Ratios and Percent: How has rice farming in Missouri changed over time? How can I express this in percentages?
Estimation: What is the connection between rice and estimation?
Computation: What happens if the amount of rice is doubled each day for 64 days?
Measurement: If you are asked to quickly convert a weight given in decagrams into decigrams, or a weight given in milligrams into centigrams, how would you
Measurement: You know how to calculate the area of a surface, say a floor, a field, a lake. But how would you find the volume of a book, or a box of rice cookies?
Kindergarten Grade Math
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Baldo is actually a type of specialty rice grown right here in the U.S. Other types include basmati, jasmine and arborio.
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