Pre (Grades K-1)
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_____ has 24 M&Ms. _____ gave him 7 more M&Ms. How many M&Ms does _____ have now?
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_____ had 18 fuzzy stickers. _____ had 6. How many fuzzy stickers do they have together?
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_____ had 16 cupcakes. He gave 7 of them to his friends. How many cupcakes does he have now?
There are 9 muffins in a box. How many muffins are in 3 boxes?
_____ has 12 cookies. He puts the cookies in 3 bags with the same number in each bag. How many cookies are in each bag?
Ms. _____ bought 9 pencils. They are packed 3 pencils to a pack. How many packs of pencils did she buy?
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_____ has 13 erasers. _____ has 8 erasers. How many more erasers does _____ have than _____?
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There are 21 sour candies in a jar. 8 are pink and the rest are green. How many green sour candies are in the jar?
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_____ has 9 toys. How many more toys does she need to have 21 toys altogether?
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12 kids were at the playground. Some children went home. Now there are 4 kids left at the playground. How many children went home?
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_____ has some books. He buys 6 more books at a yard sale. Now he has 11 books. How many books did he have before?
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There were cookies in a cookie jar. _____ took 7 of them. Now there are 15 left. How many cookies were in the jar to begin with?
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_____ has 4 crayons and _____ has 7 more than _____. How many crayons does _____ have?
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A blue jar has 15 buttons. It has 4 more buttons than a red jar. How many buttons are in the red jar?