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Name ______________________________

1.   14                          2. 18                     3.    2
-9                             -9                           3
+6

4.   5, 10, 15,      , 25

5.   A quarter is the same as      ¢

6.   Tell the time: __________

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1.     33                        2. 28
+ 24                          - 17

3.     36                        4. 87
-2                           +1

5.   Write the number for 3 tens, 5 ones. ______

6.   There were 52 apples on our tree. The wind blew 21 down. How many apples
were left on the tree? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.     23                       2. 32                          3. 15
+ 45                         + 17                            -6

4.     79                       5.    3
- 23                             2
+4

6.   13 children are on the big slide. 35 children are on the small slide. How many
children are playing on the slides? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   14                         2. 12                          3. 36
-7                            -6                            + 13

4.   102, 103, 104,          , 106

5.          , 98, 99, 100

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Name ______________________________

1.   How much is 1 dime and 3 pennies?

2.   12                       3.    3                      4. Circle the greater number.
-6                             0                         36 or 63
+2

5.       12
+ 45

6.   Wendy saves stickers. She has 67. Nickie gave her 12 more. How many
stickers in all? ______

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1.     32                     2. 63                          3. 28
+ 25                        +4                            + 10

4.   44                       5. 67
+5                         - 54

6.   18 bears and 12 elephants. How many more bears are there than elephants? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   Circle the lesser number.         23            32

2.   Circle the greater number.        38         83

3.     79                         4.        ,        , 54, 55         5.     10
- 55                                                                    -2

6.   How much more is 75 than 13? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   How much money?          2 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel __________

2.   59,           , 61, 62

3.     24                         4. 38                          5.    3
+ 32                           - 15                               2
+7

does Jane have? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   How much money? ______ 1 quarter       3 dimes    2 pennies

2.   38                         3. 16
+8                            -8

4.     23¢                      5. 85¢
+ 14¢                       - 11¢

6.   Jill had 5¢. She doubled her money. How much did she have? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.     62                       2. 34
+ 74                         - 10

3.   6 tens and 3 ones is the same as           .

4.    436                       5. 634
-215                        +123

6.   Angie had 35¢. She gave Lacey a dime. How much money is left? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   9+1+3=                     2. 2 + 8 + 4 = ______

3.   Circle the facts with the same sum:
8+7                         6+8                        9+6

4.     26                       5. 80
+ 34                         - 75

6.   Adam bought an eraser for 16¢ and a pencil for 14¢. How much for both? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the time: ______

2.    100                       3. 110                      4.    3
- 50                         + 70                            7
+1

5.   5 + 5 + 3 = ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   How much money? 3 dimes         3 nickels    3 pennies ______

2.   How much is 3 dimes and 6 pennies? ______

3.   Count by 5.      40, 45, 50, ______

4.     61                       5. 26
- 49                          +4

6.   Mandy had some stickers. She gave 8 to Jerry and still had 7 left for herself. How

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Name ______________________________

1.     53                       2. 66                           3. 90
- 21                         + 31                             +8

4.   Write the time. __________

5.   What number is 4 tens and 2 ones? ______

have? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   How much money is 4 dimes and 3 nickels? ______

2.     52                      3. 73
+ 36                        - 40

4.   14            ,6               How many more chickens than rabbits? ______

5.   Circle the ways of writing this number: 12
8+3         9+4        7+5        8+4

6.   Jo found 83 stones. Scott found 12. How many stones were found? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   19                        2. 9 +       = 15             3. 42
+8                                                        - 17

4.    90                       5.    5
-30                             2
+9

6.   Jeff had 8¢. He wanted to buy a 17¢ orange. How much more money did he need? _____
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Name ______________________________

1.   In 9 + 1 = 10. The sum is                 .               2. 14 - 8 = ______

3.   How much money? 3 quarters, 1 nickel, 4 pennies ______

4.   Write the sign. ‹ or ›   24          42

5.   What time is it? ___________

6.   Belinda was 16 years old. Mitchell was 7 years old. How much older was
Belinda? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number fifty-six. ______

2.   Write the number: 5 ones, 6 tens ______

3.   How much money is 2 dimes, 2 nickels, 4 pennies? ______

4.   Circle the greater number: 73 37                          5. 62
- 27

6.   Josh found 6¢. Marshall found 9¢. How much money did they find? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   Circle the lesser number: 84          67

2.   What time is it? ___________

3.   7 + 3 + 2 = ______

4.     74                       5. 80
+ 26                         - 26

6.   Joey found 16 apples. He ate 2. How many apples are left? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   Count by 2.    18, 20, 22, ______

2.     54                       3. 38
- 38                         + 24

4.   6+7+1=                     5. 9 +          = 12

6.   Franci had 48 cards in her collection. She gave some to Pedro but still had 39 left.
How many cards did she give to Pedro? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.     40                      2. 42
- 18                        + 18

3.   What fraction is shaded? ______

4.   56 pencils; 23 pencils. How many pencils in all? ______

5.   66                        6. Write 3 hundred 4 tens and 2 ones. ______
+7

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write ‹ or ›.     435      543

2.    5                        3. 736
8                         - 425
+4

4.   Count backward.          , 20, 25, 30

5.   How much is 2 hundreds and 1 ten? ______

6.   Lois had 35¢. Her brother Brian had twice as much. How much money did Brian
have? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.     46                        2. 53
+ 13                          - 26

3.   The 6 in 563 stands for 6            .

4.   How much money? 1 quarter, 2 dimes, 1 nickel, 3 pennies ______

5.   How much money is 1 quarter and 2 pennies? ______

6.   Mrs. Saylor counted 209 cars and 122 cars. How many cars did she count? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.     60                        2. 170 - 80 = ______
+ 90

3.     634                       4. 875
+ 263                        - 263

5.   Which number is greater? Write ‹ or ›     137          317

6.   In the third grade class there are 47 students. There are 29 girls in the class. How
many are boys? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number. one hundred six ______

2.     38                      3. 52
+ 34                        + 36

4.   Write the number for 1 hundred, 4 ones, 3 tens: ______

5.   How much money? 7 nickels, 7 pennies ______

6.   Tonia had 475 stamps. She gave 231 away. How many stamps are left? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write one dollar and one penny as a money number. ______

2.   What is 1 less than 58? ______

3.   Write 2 hundreds, 6 tens, 3 ones. ______

4.     15                      5. Write thirty-nine. ______
21
+ 10

6.   Pat has 36 crayons. Fern has 27. How many more crayons does Pat have? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   3 + 7 + 3 = ______        2. 5 + 6 - 2 = ______            3. 643
-218

4.   Gil weighs 165 pounds. Larry weighs 156 pounds. How much less does Larry
weigh? ______

5.   What part is shaded? ______

6.   Irene ate hot lunch 76 times. Joyce ate 61 times. How many fewer times did
Joyce eat? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   38                        2. 27                            3. 77
-6                           +5                               -5

4.   What is the number for 2 hundreds, 3 tens, 1 one? ______

5.   Charlene has 8 pairs of shoes. How many shoes does Charlene have? ______

6.   Had 58, lost 23. How many then? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   Find the missing number. 40 -               = 20.

2.   10 +            = 60       3. 634
- 230

4.   Write this number. Seven hundreds, 9 tens, 5 ones ______

5.   Write this number. One thousand, three hundreds, five tens, four ones ______

6.   Carol ate 3 cookies, Nancy ate 5, and Roger ate 7. How many cookies were
eaten? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   Circle the greatest numeral. 431        134          314

2.   Circle the least numeral. 235        253            215

3.   Round to the nearest 10.   75 ______

4.   Round to the nearest 100. 231 ______                        5. 13
22
+ 37

6.   At the beginning of the year the school had 51 balls for recess. At the end of the
year only 27 balls were left. How many balls were lost? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.     26                      2. 81
+ 15                        - 45

3.   150, 151, 152, ______

4.   A triangle has          sides.

5.   Write from least to greatest. 561, 981, 432 ______ ______ ______

6.   Sam has 638, Sue has 782, Moe has 728. How many more does Sue have than
Moe? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   A rectangle has         sides.

2.   Write in order from greatest to least. 300, 600, 400 ______ ______ ______

3.   Write the time. ___________

4.   Circle the lesser: 65    73                             5. 43
- 27

6.   Sara rode 75 miles on her bike last week. She rode 25 this week. How many
miles in all? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.     47                       2. 77
-8                          +4

3.     24                       4. 44
+ 45                         - 25

5.   Write four hundreds, three ones, seven tens. ______

6.   Cindy got scores of 160, 145, 152. Write the scores in order least to greatest.
_______ _______ _______

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the time. _____________

2.     464                      3. 324
- 236                        + 269

4.   How much is 5 ones and 3 tens? ______

5.   Robbie had 27¢ in his pocket. Marcy had 45¢ in her purse. How much more
money did Marcy have? ______

6.   My class had 22 students last year. This year I have 15. How many fewer
students do I have this year? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.   Which is worth more? 28 pennies or 2 dimes ________

2.   Write \$ and . to show the value 500¢ ________

3.   Round to the nearest 100. 586                       4. Round to the nearest 10. 65 ______

5.   What is the total amount of money? 2 dollars, 3 dimes, 8 pennies _______

6.   560 trees were cut in November. 640 trees were cut in December. How many
trees were cut altogether? ___________

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Name ______________________________

1.     23                       2. 67
+ 15                         - 38

3.   1 quarter, 2 dimes, 3 nickels, 4 pennies = ______

4.   Write the missing number. 15, 20,           , 30, 35

5.   Circle the greatest number: 141       139

6.   Sam is 14 years old. Bryn is 9 years old. How much older is Sam than Bryn? ______
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Name ______________________________

1.     47                      2. 137                           3. 17
-9                        + 54                               53
+ 18

4.   What time is it? ___________

5.   Write the number for 6 tens and 18 ones. ______

6.   Mary went to Tom’s house to play at 4:00. Her mother told her to be home at
6:30. How long does she get to play? ______

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Name ______________________________

1.   What part is shaded? ________

2.     64                      3. 33
+ 27                        - 17

4.   Write the number 4 hundreds, 2 ones and 5 tens. ________

5.   What time is it? _____________

6.   Ann has 24 freckles. Jose has only 16 freckles. How many more freckles does Ann
have than Jose? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Round to the nearest 10. 53 _______

2.   Round to the nearest 10.   26 _______

3.   Write the number. 7 tens, 5 ones, 3 hundreds = ________

4.   67 - 29 = ________         5. 23
+ 59

6.   What is the largest number you can write using 4, 6, 1? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.   Two hours later than 12:30 is              .

2.   What part is shaded? ________

3.     147                      4. 2 dollars, 2 dimes, 1 penny = ________
+ 239

5.   Round to the nearest 10. 35 ________

6.   Pete had 51 baseball cards. He gave away 33 baseball cards. How many
baseball cards are left? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Round 66 to the nearest 10. ________

2.     61                        3. 575                        4. Add 736 + 203 = ________
- 34                         + 318

5.   Count backwards:        ,      ,     , 16, 18, 20

6.   Ted has 2 dimes and 6 pennies. He found 1 more dime. How much money does
he have now? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.    23                         2. Write the next number: 200, 400, 600, ________
14
+2

3.   Estimate the answer by rounding each addend to the nearest 10.
68
+ 24

4.   What time is it? _____________

5.   Round \$4.95 to the nearest dollar. ________

6.   I had 18 pencils. I now have 13 pencils. How many are left? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number.                                           2. Which number is greater?
7 ones, 4 tens, 2 hundreds                                      173       137

Kids Caps
3.   How many more                              Jo     5
caps does Jo have than Ann? ________       Alana 7
Mike   3
Ann    2

4.    21                          5. How much is 1 dime, 2 nickels, 3 pennies? ________
16
+32

6.   What is the seventh letter in the word football? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.   Add 10 to 490.               2. Write the number: five hundred sixty-nine ________

3.   What is 1 less than 120? ________

4.   Round to the nearest 10. 79 ________

5.   Estimate by rounding each addend to the nearest 10.            52
+ 23

6.   Jo rode her horse 3 miles on Monday, 7 miles on Tuesday and 8 miles on
Wednesday. How far did she ride? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the next number. 70, 60, 50, _______

2.   What number is 26 more than 50? ________

3.   263 - 122 =               4. Write the number that is 16 less than 86. ________

5.   4 + 7 + 11 = ________

6.   Ron scored 27 points. Luke scored 16 points. Terry scored 21 points. How many
fewer points did Luke score than Terry? _______

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Name ______________________________

1.   3 dimes, 1 nickel, 1 penny = ________

2.     507                     3. 627
+ 236                      - 206

4.   Write the number seven hundred twenty eight: ________

5.   34 tens = ________

6.   Robin scored 200, 300, and 400 points in three turns at darts. What was her
total score? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, 2 pennies =                  2. Write the number
twenty-seven: ________

3.   Give the missing number: 26 -              = 21

4.   Is there enough money to buy this balloon? 2 nickels, 6 pennies ________

16¢
5.   Round to the nearest 10. 94 ______

6.   On Heather’s birthday she got 12 balloons. 3 popped right away. Her dad blew
up 7 more. How many balloons does she have now? ________

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1.   Write the time. ________

2.   How much money? 3 dollars, 6 dimes, 2 pennies = ________

3.   What part is shaded? ________

4.     37                       5. 286 + 505 = ________
-18

6.   What is the fifth letter in the word surprise? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.     76                       2. 72                                        June
- 34                         - 18
S M    T   W    Th   F   S

1 2      3    4    5        6    7      8
3.   If today is the 17th what is the date one week from today? 9     10   11   12       13   14     15
_____________                                              16    17   18   19       20   21     22
23    24   25   26       27   28     29
30

4.   What is greater: 49 or 64? ________

5.   What is the smallest number you can make from these digits 6, 4, 5. ________

6.   Eileen ran a 490 meter race. Frank ran a 307 meter race. How much farther did
Eileen run? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the time. ________

2.   Brandy ate 5 bales of hay in June. He ate 6 more in July. Then he ate 7 bales. How
many bales did he eat in all? ________

3.   747 + 246 =                4. 2,476 - 1,251 = ________

5.   Round \$5.36 to the nearest dollar. ________

6.   Tom bought 2 baseball sticker books. Each cost \$3.75. About how much did he
spend? Round the cost of each book to the nearest dollar. ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number one hundred forty seven. ________

2.   51 - 37 =                  3. What is 1 less than 100? ________

4.   Round 55 to the nearest 10. ________

5.   What number is halfway between 200 and 300? ________

6.   Joe earns \$1.25. Sandy earns \$1.35. How much do they earn together? ________

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Fruits     Calories
1.   How many more calories are there            Apple        75
in an orange than a banana? ________        Orange       83
Banana      61
2.   How many calories would you get
if you ate an apple and a banana? ________

3.   Is it closest to 10:00 or 11:00? ________

4.   Estimate the answer by rounding to the nearest 10. 77 + 24 = ________

5.   Write five hundred fifty two. ________

6.   What is the third letter in the word money? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Round to the nearest                                    2. Round to the nearest
hundred. 838                                               dollar. \$3.59 ________

3.    28                        4. Write the number seven hundred seventy. ________
47
+15

5.   Jon raised 45 pigs. He raised 36 cows.                  6. 72
How many animals did he raise in all? ________            - 57

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Name ______________________________

1.   What is 15 more than 63? ________

2.   What is 18 less than 45? ________

3.   Is it closer to 9:00 or 10:00? ________

4.   674 + 519 = ________

5.   What is halfway between 600 and 700? ________

6.   Write the number. 4 tens, 7 ones, 3 hundreds ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   There were 175 people at the play on Friday. There were 246 people on Saturday.
How many more were there on Saturday than Friday? ________

2.   If 2 apples cost \$1.25, what do 4 apples cost? ________

3.   Give the total value. 7 dollars, 4 dimes, 6 pennies ________

4.   What part is shaded?                5. Write one thousand two hundred four. ________

6.   What is halfway between 900 and 1,000. ________

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1.     49                       2. 46                           3. What is 25 less than
26                           57                             89? ________
+ 41                           67
+ 26

4.   Round to the nearest 100. 649 ________

5.   558 - 239 = ________

6.   Heather had \$10.00. She bought lunch for \$6.80. How much money did she have
left? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   How much money is: 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, 2 pennies? ________

2.   What is 1 more than 1,000? ________                      3. 46
- 27

4.    49                       5. How would you write four hundreds,
33                          three tens, seven ones? ________
+5

6.   Howard ate 29 green beans. He left 7 on his plate. How many green beans did he

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Name ______________________________

1.   Round to the nearest dollar. \$4.57 ________

2.   What part is not shaded? ________

3.     745                     4.   505
- 516                          -8

5.   Write the number. 2 thousand, 4 hundreds, 5 tens, six ones: ________

6.   4 kids hid behind the door. 11 kids hid in the kitchen. How many more kids hid
in the kitchen? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.     37                        2. 21
- 18                           13
+5

3.   Write the number that is                          4. Write the number that is
1,000 more than 3,000.                               1,000 more than 4, 665. ________

5.   Write ‹ or ›. 235          237

6.   Tiger weighs 182 kg. Bear weighs 309 kg. How much do they weigh together? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.   3 quarters, 4 dimes, 3 nickels = ________

2.   Write the number. 3 ones, 4 thousands, 6 tens ________

3.      567                      4. 47                        5.What part is shaded? ______
- 298                          39
+ 64

6.   Ms. Robb rode her bike 47 miles one day. Mr. Bank rode his bike 29 miles. How
many more miles should Mr. Bank ride to catch up with Ms. Robb? ________
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Name ______________________________

Estimate the answer by rounding each addend to the nearest 10 on problems 1 and 2.

1.     38                     2. 47                           3. Subtract:
+ 16                       + 28                              74
- 17

4.   Add:                     5. What is 1 more than 2,659? ________
574
+ 137

6.   Mike’s new bat cost \$6.00. He gave the clerk \$10.00. How much change did he
get back? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.   Write seven hundred forty-seven. ________

2.     26                     3. 371
47                         486
+ 39                       + 721

4.   What is the next number? 396, 397, 398, 399, ________

5.   Write ‹ or ›. 6,508       6,500

6.   Lois has 23 new pencils. Charlene has 32 new pencils. How many more pencils
does Charlene have? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.     35                      2.     329
+ 27                           - 147

3.   Round to the nearest dollar. \$2.75 ________

4.   Give the number that is 100 more. 4,372                   5. \$7.25
- 2.50

Puzzle - \$.75
6.   Sam went to the store. He bought a game            Game - \$3.05
and a yo-yo. How much money did he spend? ________ Yo-Yo - \$.89
Train - \$3.19

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1.   180                       2.     1,700
- 90                             - 800

3.   Write the number 7 tens, 5 ones, 3 hundreds, 1 thousand. ________

4.   Round \$7.45 to the nearest \$1.00. ________

5.     234                     6. Gym class is 30 minutes long. It is over at 10:35.
+ 477                        What time did Gym class begin? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.   Round 95 to the nearest 10. ________

2.   167                       3. What time is 20 minutes before 8:30? ________
- 98

4.     6,234                   5. What is the greatest number you can make from
+ 2,463                      these digits? 1, 7, 8, 6 ________

6.   Charlene’s T-ball team scored 26 points. Lois’s T-ball team scored 14 points.
How many more points did Charlene’s team score? ________

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1.     366                     2.     700
+ 642                          + 236

3.   How much larger is 83 than 68? ________

4.   Write the number. 2 tens, 3 thousands, 4 hundreds. ________

5.   Write the missing number. 23, 25, 27, ________

6.   Alan bought a new Corvette when he was 30 years old. Now he is 35. How old
is the Corvette? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.     72                      2. Write the number that is 100 more than 2,671. ________
43
+ 69

3.   How much is: 2 dollars, 3 quarters, 1 dime? ________

4.   Write ‹ or ›. 765       921                          5. What number is halfway
between 320 and 340? ________

6.   Lindsay blew 327 bubbles. Bryn blew 418 bubbles. How many bubbles did they
blow together? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.     706                     2. What is: 3 dimes, 2 nickels, 4 pennies? ________
- 447

3.   Write ‹ or ›. 1,271           1,227

4.   Write the missing number. 43, 45, 47, 49,                5. 314
126
+ 243

6.   Charlene ate 47 potato chips. She left 14 potato chips in the bag. How many
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Name ______________________________

1.   Double 17.                 2. What is one-half of 60? ________

3.   What is the total of: 3 pennies, 1 nickel, 2 dimes? ________

4.   What is the largest number that can be made                   5. 936
from the following 3 digits: 5, 2, 7?                           - 457

6.   Ken bought 4 rabbits in the fall. In the spring he had 22 rabbits. How many more
rabbits did he have in the spring than in the fall? ________

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Name ______________________________

1.     243                      2.     502
329                           - 276
+ 516

3.   Write the number 5 thousands, 7 tens, 3 ones. ________

4.   Estimate the answer by rounding                         276
each addend to the nearest hundred.                   + 349

5.    \$6.00                     6. Art class begins at 9:12 and is over at 9:52.
- 4.38                        How long is Art class? ________
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Name ______________________________

1.    264                     2.     1498                   3. Round 298 to the nearest
- 137                         + 2761                      hundred. ________

4.     24                                                   5. What time is it? ________
24
+ 24

6.   There are 27 eggs in the hen house. You found 14 eggs. How many more eggs
are in the hen house? ________

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1.     2
x7

2.   What measurement would you most likely use to weigh a turkey? oz. or lb. ________

3.   Write the number four thousand twenty-nine. ________

4.      876                   5.     127
- 187                        + 978

6.   I have some cookies. If I had 27 more, I would have 52 cookies. How many
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73
Name ______________________________

1.     9                         2. 9 nickels = ________
x2

3.   Round 25 to the nearest ten. ________

4.     563                       5. ‹ or ›. 364       398
+ 128

6.   You have 76¢. You spend 1 quarter and 2 dimes. How much money do you have left?
________

74
Name ______________________________

1.   2 sixes =                   2.     488
- 199

3.   What time is it? ________

4.   My digits are 6, 3. I am larger than 50. What number am I? ________

5.   5 x 2 = ________

6.   May made 2 pizzas. She cut each one into four pieces. How many pieces of
pizza did she have? ________
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75
Name ______________________________

1.   What is worth more: 28 pennies or 3 dimes? ________

2.     357                       3.    8
+ 134                            x2

4.   What is the value of the                                  5. 17
underlined digit? 4,983                                       21
+ 36

6.   498 people are going to the concert. 129 people have arrived. How many people are
still coming? ________

76
Name ______________________________

1.   ‹ or ›. 607       670       2. Round 159 to the nearest hundred. ________

3.   6 + 4 - 7 + 10 = ________

4.     27                        5. 1 hour =        minutes
+ 68

6.   Tom has 2 dollars, 2 quarters, and 6 pennies. How much money does he have? ________
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77
Name ______________________________

1.   What time is it? ________

2.   5 nickels =                 3. Write the number eight hundred, two thousand, 5
ones. ________

4.     75                        5.     17
- 26                               24
36
+ 12

6.   There are 7 sets of twins. How many children are there? ________

78
Name ______________________________

1.   5 sixes =                   2.     429
- 276

3.   ‹ or ›. 63      47          4.     68
+ 31

5.   Would you use cm or m to measure a chalkboard eraser? ________

6.   Sally has 9 pairs of shoes. How many shoes does Sally have? ________
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79
Name ______________________________

1.   Measure the line to the nearest inch. ____________________

2.     4,973                    3. Write the value: eight thousand, four hundred, seven
- 2,664                       ________

4.   ‹ or ›. 197         191      5. 5
x6

6.   Samantha bought a book for \$3.95 and a candy bar for 40¢. How much did she
spend? ________

80
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the fraction for the shaded part. ________

2.     2                        3. Round 432 to the nearest hundred. ________
x8

4.    46                        5. three nickels = ________
13
+28

6.   Wendy had 462 stickers. She gave 146 stickers to a friend. How many stickers
does she have left? ________
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81
Name ______________________________

1.     462                       2. Write ‹ or ›. 467     539
- 191

3.   Write the value using \$ and .                              4.    2
4 dollars, 3 dimes, 9 pennies                                   x6

5.   Would a piece of candy be weighed in grams or kilograms? ________

6.   Lynn gave the clerk \$1.55. He got 47¢ back. How much did he spend? ________

82
Name ______________________________

1.      407                      2. 5 fours = ________
- 132

3.   What time is it? ________

4.   Round 47 to the nearest ten. ________

5.   Write the number. four thousand, two tens, seven hundreds ________

6.   Robert is nine years older than Jack. Jack is 27. How old is Robert? ________
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83
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the amount. five dimes, six nickels, one dollar ________

2.   Estimate the number by rounding each addend to the nearest 10.            36
________                                                                + 21

3.      476                     4. ‹ or ›. 4,967       4,867                5.    8
- 183                                                                      x0

6.   My digits are 4, 6. I am more than 50 but less than 70. What number am I? ________

84
Name ______________________________

1.     74                       2.     4,971
- 68                            + 1,426

3.   Measure to the nearest inch.

4.     9                        5.    18
x3                              36
+18

6.   Darwin drove 137 miles on Monday. On Tuesday, he drove 462 miles. How
many miles did he drive? ________
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85
Name ______________________________

1.     9                         2. \$4.68
x6                            + 2.71

3.   Round 89 to the nearest ten.                              4. 407
- 136

5.   What time is it? ________

6.   Tommy wants 467 stickers. He has 158. How many more stickers does he need? _______

86
Name ______________________________

1.      9                        2. Would you measure a pencil in centimeters or
x4                           meters? __________

3.      467                      4.     68
- 328                             47
+ 33

5.   Write the number: 6 hundreds, 2 ones, 8 thousands ________

6.   Tom spends 45¢. He has 60¢. What two coins should he get for change? ________
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87
Name ______________________________

1.   What time is it? ________

________                                                                  - 132

3.     34                        4. ‹ or ›
22                            4 tens, 3 ones        6 tens 2 ones
+ 67

5.   8 x 5 + 16 - 3 =                 6. There are 9 bikes. How many tires are there? ________

88
Name ______________________________

1.   7 nickels =                 2.     804
- 772

3.   Write the number: eight hundred twenty nine ________

4.   9 x 3 - 12 +28 = ________

5.   ‹ or ›. 46 + 37        142 - 61

6.   You spend \$1.47. You gave the clerk \$5.00. How much money do you get back? _______
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89
Name ______________________________

Menu: Hamburger 50¢                      French Fries 38¢           Milk 35¢
Cheeseburger 65¢                   Pie 40¢                    Pop 35¢, 60¢

1.   Round the French Fries to the nearest ten cents. ________

2.   Which costs more? Hamburger and Milk, or French Fries and Pie? _______________

3.   You have \$1.50. You buy a hamburger, small pop and pie. What one coin should you
get back? __________

4.   You have \$1.25. You buy a hamburger and French Fries. Do you have enough
money for a small or a large pop? __________

5.   You have \$1.03. You spend all your money. What two things did you buy?
______________________________________________

6.   9 x 0 = ________

90
Name ______________________________

1.   What is the largest number you can make using 0, 9, 8, 4? ________

2.     467                       3. Write the number. 7 thousand, 3 hundred, sixty-nine.
+ 368                          __________

4.   What time is it? ________

5.      406
- 147

6.   Don has \$4.50. He spends \$2.37. How much money does he have now? ________
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91
Name ______________________________

1.     4,706                    2. Round 342 to the nearest hundred. ________
- 2,415

3.   Write the value using \$. 4 dollars, 7 dimes, 2 pennies ________

Use the map to answer questions 4, 5 & 6
4. How far is it from Burnsville to Goldville? ________

5.   What is the largest number on the map? ________

6.   You travel 527 miles. You started at River Town.
Where did you go? _______________

92
Name ______________________________

1.   It is Sept. 5. You have vacation in 14 days. What date does vacation begin? __________

2.   Write the fraction for the shaded area. ________

3.   Round 421 to the nearest hundred. __________

4.      493                     5.    6
- 127                          x1

6.   Dave rode his bike nine miles a day. How many miles did he ride in a week? __________
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93
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number: three thousand seventy nine ________

2.   ‹ or ›. 1,924           2,134       3. Estimate your answer by rounding              246
each addend to the nearest 100.             + 555

4.     33                      5. 5 x 7 + 25 - 8 = ________
69
27
+ 12

6.   A tree was 24 inches long when you planted it. Now it is 78 inches tall. How much has it
grown? ________

94
Name ______________________________

1.   How much money do you have? 1 quarter, 4 dimes, 3 nickels ________

2.   9x4=                      3. 4 + 3 - 2 + 15 = ________

4.   What is the largest number you can make using these digits: 4, 6, 7, 7? ________

5.   What is the value of the underlined digit? 4,678 ________

6.   Marge had \$7.25. She bought a book that cost \$3.82. She also bought a card. She
received \$3.00 back. How much was the card? ________
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95
Name ______________________________

1.   Estimate the answer by rounding         47
each answer to the nearest 10.        - 28

2.     4763                   3. 2 x 4 x 0 x 2 = ________
- 2109

4.   Write the number.                                      5. Round \$3.27 to the
seven thousand nine hundred one                           nearest dollar. ________

6.   Tammy has 3 quarters, 2 dimes and 19 pennies. She spends 45¢. How much
money does she have left? ________

96
Name ______________________________

1.   Round 394 to the nearest hundred. ________

2.   14 dimes =               3. ‹ or ›. 498        472

4.     39                     5.     470
12                          - 253
+ 27

6.   You want to buy a football that cost \$13.93. Your dad gives you \$2.50 for mowing the
yard. Your mom gives you 45¢ for doing dishes. You got \$4.35 for your birthday. How
much more money do you need? ________
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97
Name ______________________________

each addend to the nearest 100.            + 131

3.     4376                     4. What is the value of the underlined digit? 6666 ________
+ 3745

5.   (7 x 2) + (6 x 5) = ________

6.   I am the largest 4 digit number you can make using 4 different digits. What
number am I? ________

98
Name ______________________________

1.     402                      2.     4271
- 121                           + 1436

3.   Write the fraction for the shaded area. ________

4.   Write the number: four thousand fifty-nine ________

5.   What is the distance around a square if each side is 8 feet long? ________

6.   Kay works seven hours a day. If she works five days a week, how many hours
can she work? ________
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99
Name ______________________________

1.   9x            = 54        2. Round 32 to the nearest ten. ________

3.     46                      4.     480                    5. 4976
27                           - 122                      - 1428
19
+ 91

6.   You are 9 years old. Your sister is 22. How much younger are you? ________

100
Name ______________________________

1.   5x           = 40         2. Round 55 to the nearest ten. ________

3.   (3 + 4 + 4 - 6) x 2 = ________

4.   How much money do you have?                             5. 479
5 dimes, 1 dollar, 12 pennies                             + 163

6.   Norman weighed 167 pounds. He goes on a diet. He now weighs 140 lbs. How much did
he lose? ________
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101
Name ______________________________

1.   9 ) 72                   2. ‹ or ›. 47         63

3.   Round 145 to the nearest hundred. ________

4.   36 dimes =               5.     407
- 128

6.   You bought a new sweater. It cost \$17.64. You give the clerk \$17.75. How much change
will you get back? ________

102
Name ______________________________

1.   5 tens = ________

2.   Write the number. four hundreds, six thousands, two ones ________

3.   (4+4) x 2 - 5 =          4.     407
- 246

5.   Would a stick of gum be measured in inches or feet? ________

6.   Sally had 436 cards. Sally sold 147 cards in May. She sold 247 in June. How many
would she have left? ________
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103
Name ______________________________

1.      497                     2.     2497
- 186                          + 1326

3.   Round \$6.73 to the nearest dollar.                       4.     36
63
73
5.   9x             = 81                                           + 12

6.   Janet has 146 baseball cards. Sue has twice as many. How many does Sue have? _______

104
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number. 6 ones, 4 hundreds, 3 thousands, 9 tens ________

2.   4 quarters =               3.     402
- 361

______                                                                  - 162

5.   Write the fraction for the shaded part. ________

6.   Ken has 465 pennies. He wants a record that costs \$5.00. How much more money
does he need? ________
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105
Name ______________________________

1.   What is the place value of the underlined number? 4673 ________

2.   Write ‹ or ›. 15      20        3. Write the value. Seven thousand forty-nine ________

4.      603                     5. 5 x         = 40
- 172

6.   It takes 4,657 people to fill the bleachers. 2,463 seats are empty. How many
people are there? ________

106
Name ______________________________

1.   1 dozen =                  2.     29
38
47
3.     130                           + 56
- 27

4.   Double 18. ________

5.   Tim spent 27¢. How much change did he receive from two quarters? ________

6.   Chris has 75¢. If he spends 45¢ on a candy bar, how much money will he have
left? ________
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107
Name ______________________________

1.    Is the sum even or odd? 37 + 3 = ________

2.        100                   3. 1 foot =         inches
-7

4.         9                    5. 12, 18, 24, _______
x2

6.    How many legs would five elephants have altogether? ________

108
Name ______________________________

1.      287                     2.     500
+ 597                          - 298

3.              2”
1”                      The perimeter of the rectangle is ________

4.    Use ‹ or ›.    498      499

5.    Round 65 to the nearest ten. ________

6.    Jessica bought some school supplies for \$5.89. How much change did she get
from a ten-dollar bill? ________
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109
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the number. 9 hundreds, 7 tens, 4 ones. ________

2.   Write using \$ and .   7 dollars, 5 dimes, 6 pennies ________

3.   490                       4.    100                        5.     53
- 90                            x5                              - 29

6.   Amy sold 213 balloons. Brian sold 89 balloons. How many did they sell
altogether? ________

110
Name ______________________________

1.   How many days are there in four weeks? ________

2.   It is 1:25. What time will it be in 15 minutes? ________

3.     5,000                   4.     28
- 1,264                          45
+ 63

5.   Round 749 to the nearest hundred. ________

6.   Justin saved \$2 a week for eight weeks. How much money did he save? ________
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111
Name ______________________________

1.   Write this amount two ways. 2 quarters, 1 dime, 1 nickel, 1 penny
__________ __________

2.     7                        3.     574                     4.     400
x0                             + 416                          - 139

5.   Estimate the sum to the nearest ten.       25
41
+ 19

Saturday. How many cookies did he bake during the weekend? ________

112
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the fraction. ________

2.      597                     3.    384
- 275                          + 67

4.   1 hour =         minutes

5.   Write the number seven thousand, seven. ________

6.   Terry is 8 years old. His brother, Gene, is twice as old. How old is Gene? ________
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113
Name ______________________________

1.     425                       2. \$8.00                     3.    5
225                          - 5.50                         x5
+ 250

4.      721                      5. Three dozen eggs =          eggs
- 618

6.   Ted’s room is 20 feet long and 15 feet wide. What is the perimeter of his room? ________

114
Name ______________________________

1.   Round 335 to the nearest 100. ________

2.   1 pound =          ounces

3.     5,678                     4.    9                      5. 501
+ 3,461                          x2                        - 265

6.   How many classrooms are there at West Elementary School? ________
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115
Name ______________________________

1.   Round 474 to the nearest hundred. ________

2.   Use ‹ or ›.                3.     74                        4. 150
4,018         4,081               51                           - 18
49
+ 82

5.   1 day =           hours.

6.   If Katie was 8 years old in 1985, in what year was she born? ________

116
Name ______________________________

1.   8, 11, 14,                 2. Write the number forty-seven thousand, forty-seven.
__________

3.   20 ÷ 5 =                   4. Write this as a multiplication fact.     4
____________                             4
+4
12

5.   \$1.00 =          nickels

6.   Marcia spent \$0.90 and \$0.45 at the store. How much change did she receive
from a five-dollar bill? ________
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117
Name ______________________________
JUNE
1.   What is the date of the third Saturday? ________    S M T W                 T F     S

12    3      4     5     6     7  8
9    10     11    12    13   14 15
2.   Write the time. ________                            16   17    18    19    20    21 22
23   24    25    26    27    28 29
30
Mike
3.   How many snowballs did Darren make? ________         Da rren
Lynn

4.     9                        5. 268 more than 340 + 120 is ________
x5

6.   There were 100 points on the math test. Linda got 87 right. How many points
did she miss? ________

118
Name ______________________________

1.   Write the time. ________

2.   \$2.00 =         quarters

3.     7                        4. 6,043
x5                          - 2,752

5.   100 =        tens

6.   If Miss Bolger’s class has reading class every day for 90 minutes, how many
minutes do they have reading in a school week?
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119
Name ______________________________

1.   45 ÷ 5 =                   2. 500 - 324 = ________

3.   Estimate the difference to the nearest 100. 478 - 135 = ________

4.   800 + 400 = ________

5.   There are 23 students in Miss Boike’s class. 14 of the students are boys. How
many of the students are girls? ________

6.   There are 10 basketballs. If they are divided equally among 5 classrooms, how

120
Name ______________________________
Favorite Fruits
1.   How many students liked the                 apples       ²²²²
Each ² stands for
apples as their favorite fruit? ________    oran ges     ²²²          2 students
ba nan as    ²²

2.   18 more than 6 x 2 =                                             3.      \$3.45
1.69
+ 2.83

4.      527                     5. 40 ÷ 5 =
- 484

6.   Melissa drives 10 miles to work in the morning. How many miles does she drive
in 5 days? ________
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121
Name ______________________________

1.     513                     2. Use ‹ or ›. 1,010        1,001
+ 527

3.     9                       4. Dan worked 1/2 hour. How many minutes
x4                          did he work? ________

5.   Write the number for six thousand, five. ________

6.   It costs \$2.50 to go roller skating. Sarah has \$1.29. How much more money does
she need to go roller skating? ________

122
Name ______________________________

1.   \$1.00 =          dimes. 2. There were 85 people visiting the museum. 46 of them were
children. How many adults were there? ________

3.     10                      4. To measure the height of a chair, which
x 10                         measurement would you use?
inches, feet, yard ________

5.      568
- 389
Monda          10
6.   How many boxes of cookies did Tiffany sell after
Tuesda
y              8
school in one week? ________                        Wednesda
y              13
Thursda
y              9
Friday
y              24
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123
Name ______________________________

1.   How many minutes until 4:00? ________

2.   Use ‹ or ›.
3           1
4           4

3.   1,000 =         hundreds        4. 848                 5. Five eights = ________
639
+ 564

6.   There are 12 cookies. Larry, Gil and Ken share them equally. How many

124
Name ______________________________

1.   It is December 6th. How many days is it until Christmas? __________

2.   \$6.08                      3.     705                       4.     660
- 2.29                          + 817                            - 290

5.   3,745     The digit        is in the hundreds place.

6.   A used car cost \$3,875. It cost \$9,040 when it was new. What is the difference
between the two prices? ________
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125
Name ______________________________

1.   Estimate the sum to the nearest ten.      47
+ 34

2.   1 day =         hours.     3. 6,700                        4.     576
- 2,900                            + 288

5.   How many times will it be 1:00 in one day? ________

6.   You bought different items for \$2.79, \$3.58, and \$4.87. How much will you
spend? ________

126
Name ______________________________

1.   1 year =       months      2. 1,600                        3. A half dollar minus
- 874                           31¢ is ________

4.     9,678                    5. 2 x           = 100
+ 6,583

6.   Jeff went outside for the three daily recesses. They are 15 minutes, 25 minutes,
and 15 minutes long. How many minutes was Jeff outside? ________
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127
Name ______________________________

1.    11                       2. Circle 1/2 of the triangles.
x5

3.   Write 4 tens, 3 ones, 6 hundreds as a number. ______

4.     428                     5.     604
390                          - 238
+ 25

6.   KaeLee’s mother drove 309 miles on their trip. Her father drove 583 miles. How
many miles did they travel on their trip?

128
Name ______________________________

1.     7                       2. Write the least number using the digits 4, 2, 7 and 5.
x7                          __________

3.   30 tens =                 4.     868                        5.     453
- 399                             + 289

6.   Gretchen wrote down the odd numbers from 1 to 10. What numbers did she
write down? __________
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129
Name ______________________________

1.    10                        2.     5,070                    3.       83
x5                             - 4,122                             24
+ 95

4.   1 foot =         inches

5.   Charlene had a collection of 6 paper weights. Heather collected 3 times as
many. How many paper weights did Heather have? ________

6.   Jean rode her bike 14 miles. Linda rode her bike 8 miles. Marcia rode her bike
12 miles. How many more miles did Marcia ride than Linda? ________

130
Name ______________________________

1.   \$1.75 =        quarters.   2. Use ‹, or ›, =. 45 + 17           84 - 22

3.   27 more than 5 x 6 is             4. Hillary found 6 pennies, 2 quarters, and 4 dimes.
How much more money does she need to have
\$2.00? __________

5.      302
- 177

6.   There are 5 rows of desks in the classroom. There are 5 desks in each row. Two
desks are empty. How many students are in the class? ________
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131
Name ______________________________

1.   897                       2.    6
- 65                           x4

3.   Use ‹ or ›. 5 x 4      7x3                               4.           + 23 = 50

5.   Round 474 to the nearest hundred. ________

6.   Blake ate 1/2 of an apple. Jacques ate 1/2 of the same apple. How much of the
apple was left? ________

132
Name ______________________________

1.          x 8 = 48           2. \$20.90                      3.     97
- 8.74                            49
+ 88

4.   Round 449 to the nearest hundred. ________

5.     5,000
- 2,409

6.   Travis drives 55 miles an hour. How far does he drive in four hours? ________
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133
Name ______________________________

1.   45 ÷          =9               2. 24, 32, 40,                      3. 1 yard =        inches

4.     5,600                        5.     926
- 3,287                             + 384

6.   Katie baked 3 pans of cupcakes. Each pan had 8 cupcakes. How many
cupcakes are there? ________

134
Name ______________________________

1.   7,817                          2. Write the multiplication fact.          5
- 658                                                                     5
5
+5

3.     812                          4.   9,090
+ 88                               - 630

5.   4,852. The digit 4 is in the                          place.

6.   Andre’s parents said that he could watch only 90 minutes of television a day.
How many minutes of television could Andre watch in one week? ________
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135
Name ______________________________

1.     454                       2. Write the number six thousand, six. __________
-9

3.   Amy read pages 4-9 in her book. How many pages did she read? ________

4.   The fourth month in the year is                   .        5.Is 11 even or odd? ________

6.   Erin weighed 40 pounds. Her mother weighed four times as much. How much
does Erin’s mother weigh? ________

136
Name ______________________________

1.   The ninth letter in nevertheless is                        2. 1 pound =          ounces

3.      700                      4. How much money is this? ________
- 216                                5¢    5¢        5¢

5.   How many minutes is it until 10:00? __________

6.   There are 189 chairs in the gym. The janitor set up 57 more chairs. How many
more chairs does he need to set up to have 300 chairs in the gym? ________
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137
Name ______________________________

1.   Estimate the difference to the nearest hundred.         859
- 333

2.     700                      3.     1,568                  4.     5,070
x9                            + 3,987                       - 2,384

5.   Write the number. 9 tens, 7 thousands, 8 hundreds __________

6.   There are 8 softballs in a box. How many softballs are there in 8 boxes? ________

138
Name ______________________________

1.       8                      2.    \$8.00
x6                            - 4.69

3.   What is the product of 8 and 3? ________

4.     318                      5.     460
376                           - 380
+ 495

6.   Georgio’s father had \$20. He gave each of his four children the same amount of
money. How much money did each child receive? __________
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139
Name ______________________________

1.       8                     2. Write the number. 6 hundreds, 7 ones, 4 thousands.
x4                        __________

3.   56 ÷ 8 =                  4.    17                       5.   \$8.50
-9                            - 2.19

6.   Juanita let Barney borrow one book each month for a year. How many books
did Barney borrow? ________

140
Name ______________________________

1.       7                     2. Write the fraction for two sixths. ________
x0

3.       567                   4. Estimate to the nearest dollars. ________
328                      \$9.72
+ 941                      1.15
2.56

5.   403, 406, 409, ________

6.   Mrs. Ferden bowled 3 games a week for 15 weeks. How many games did she
bowl? ________

Page 1           Page 7                  Page 13
1. 5             1. 23                   1. 48¢
2. 9             2. 83                   2. 36¢
3. 11            3. 24                   3. 55
4. 20            4. 52, 53               4. 12
5. 25¢           5. 8                    5. 30
6. 1:30          6. 62                   6. 15 stickers

Page 2           Page 8                  Page 14
1. 57            1. 75¢                  1. 32
2. 11            2. 60                   2. 97
3. 34            3. 56                   3. 98
4. 88            4. 23                   4. 5:30
5. 35            5. 12                   5. 42

Page 3           Page 9                  Page 15
1. 68            1. 57¢                  1. 55¢
2. 49            2. 46                   2. 88
3. 9             3. 8                    3. 33
4. 56            4. 37¢                  4. 8 chickens
5. 9             5. 74¢                  5. 7+5, 8+4
6. 48 children   6. 10¢                  6. 95 stones

Page 4           Page 10                 Page 16
1. 7             1. 136                  1. 27
2. 6             2. 24                   2. 6
3. 49            3. 63                   3. 25
4. 105           4. 221                  4. 60
5. 97            5. 757                  5. 16
6. 62 cookies    6. 25¢                  6. 9¢

Page 5           Page 11                 Page 17
1. 13¢           1. 13                   1. 10
2. 6             2. 14                   2. 6
3. 5             3. 8+7, 9+6             3. 84¢
4. 63            4. 60                   4. <
5. 57            5. 5                    5. 7:05
6. 79 stickers   6. 30¢                  6. 9 years

Page 6           Page 12                 Page 18
1. 57            1. 8:30                 1. 56
2. 67            2. 50                   2. 65
3. 38            3. 180                  3. 34¢
4. 49            4. 11                   4. 73
5. 13            5. 13                   5. 35
6. 6 bears       6. 12                   6. 15¢

Page 19             Page 25                 Page 31
1. 67               1. 106                  1. 41
2. 5:50             2. 72                   2. 36
3. 12               3. 88                   3. 153
4. 100              4. 134                  4. 3
5. 54               5. 42¢                  5. 432, 561, 981
6. 14 apples        6. 244 stamps           6. 54

Page 20             Page 26                 Page 32
1. 24               1. \$1.01 or 101¢        1. 4
2. 16               2. 57                   2. 600, 400, 300
3. 62               3. 263                  3. 3:55
4. 14               4. 46                   4. 65
5. 3                5. 39                   5. 16
6. 9 cards          6. 9 crayons            6. 100 miles

Page 21             Page 27                 Page 33
1. 22               1. 13                   1. 39
2. 60               2. 9                    2. 81
3. ¼                          3. 425        3. 69
4. 79 pencils       4. 9 pounds             4. 19
5. 73               5. ¾                    5. 473
6. 342              6. 15 times             6. 145, 152, 160

Page 22             Page 28                 Page 34
1. <                1. 32                   1. 1:50
2. 17               2. 32                   2. 228
3. 311              3. 72                   3. 593
4. 15               4. 231                  4. 35
5. 210              5. 16 shoes             5. 18¢
6. 70¢              6. 35                   6. 7 students

Page 23             Page 29                 Page 35
1. 59               1. 20                   1. 28 pennies
2. 27               2. 50                   2. \$5.00
3. tens             3. 404                  3. 600
4. 53¢              4. 795                  4. 70
5. 27¢              5. 1,354                5. \$2.38
6. 331 cars   6. 15 cookies           6. 1200 trees

Page 24             Page 30                 Page 36
1. 150              1. 431                  1. 38
2. 90               2. 215                  2. 29
3. 897              3. 80                   3. 64¢
4. 612              4. 200                  4. 25
5. <                5. 72                   5. 141
6. 18 boys          6. 24 balls             6. 5 years

Page 37                   Page 43                 Page 49
1. 38                     1. 247                  1. 42
2. 191                    2. 173                  2. 54
3. 88                     3. 3 more caps          3. 24th
4. 10:00                  4. 69                   4. 64
5. 78                     5. 23¢ or \$.23          5. 456
6. 2 hours & 30 minutes   6. 1                    6. 183 meters

Page 38                   Page 44                 Page 50
1. ¼ (2/8)                1. 500                  1. 6:45
2. 91                     2. 569                  2. 18 bales
3. 16                     3. 119                  3. 993
4. 452                    4. 80                   4. 1,225
5. 1:20                   5. 70                   5. \$5.00
6. 8 freckles             6. 18 miles             6. \$8.00

Page 39                   Page 45                 Page 51
1. 50                     1. 40                   1. 147
2. 30                     2. 76                   2. 14
3. 375                    3. 141                  3. 99
4. 38                     4. 70                   4. 60
5. 82                     5. 22                   5. 250
6. 641                    6. 5                    6. \$2.60

Page 40                   Page 46                 Page 52
1. 2:30                   1. 36¢                  1. 22 calories
2. 2/4 (1/2)              2. 743                  2. 136 calories
3. 386                    3. 421                  3. 10:00
4. \$2.21                  4. 728                  4. 100
5. 40                     5. 340                  5. 552
6. 18 baseball cards      6. 900 points           6. n

Page 41                   Page 47                 Page 53
1. 70                     1. 42¢ or \$.42          1. 800
2. 27                     2. 27                   2. \$4.00
3. 893                    3. 5                    3. 90
4. 939                    4. Yes                  4. 770
5. 10, 12, 14             5. 90                   5. 81 animals
6. 36¢ or \$.36            6. 16 balloons          6. 15

Page 42                   Page 48                 Page 54
1. 39                     1. 3:15                 1. 78
2. 800                    2. \$3.62                2. 27
3. 90                     3. ¼                    3. 10:00
4. 9:56                              4. 19        4. 1,193
5. \$5.00                  5. 791                  5. 650
6. 5 pencils              6. r                    6. 347

Page 55             Page 61                 Page 67
1. 71 people        1. 60                   1. 184
2. \$2.50                         2. 80      2. 2,771
3. \$7.46            3.   57                 3. \$2.85
4. 1/3              4.   711                4. <
5. 1,204            5.   2,660              5. 330
6. 950              6.   \$4.00              6. 745 bubbles

Page 56             Page 62                 Page 68
1. 116              1. 747                  1. 259
2. 196              2. 112                  2. \$.44 or 44¢
3. 64               3. 1,578                3. >
4. 600              4. 400                  4. 51
5. 319              5. >                    5. 683
6. \$3.20            6. 9 pencils            6. 61 potato chips

Page 57             Page 63                 Page 69
1. \$.67 or 67¢      1. 62                   1. 34
2. 1,001            2. 182                  2. 30
3. 19               3. \$3.00                3. \$.28 or 28¢
4. 87               4. 4,472                4. 752
5. 437              5. \$4.75                5. 479
6. 36 green beans   6. \$3.94                6. 18 rabbits

Page 58             Page 64                 Page 70
1. \$5.00            1. 90                   1. 1088
2. ¾                2. 900                  2. 226
3. 229              3. 1,375                3. 5,073
4. 497              4. \$7.00                4. 600
5. 2,456            5. 711                  5. \$1.62
6. 7 kids           6. 10:05                6. 40 minutes

Page 59             Page 65                 Page 71
1. 19                            1. 100     1. 127
2. 39               2.   69                 2. 4,259
3. 4,000            3.   8:10               3. 300
4. 5,665            4.   8,697              4. 72
5. <                5.   8,761              5. 1:40
6. 491 kg           6.   12 points          6. 13 eggs

Page 60             Page 66                 Page 72
1. \$1.30 or 130¢    1. 1,008                1. 14
2. 4,063            2. 936                  2. lb.
3. 269              3. 15                   3. 4,029
4. 150              4. 3,420                4. 689
5. 1/3 or 2/6       5. 29                   5. 1,105
6. 18 miles         6. 5 years              6. 25 cookies

Page 73          Page 79                 Page 85
1. 18            1. 2 inches             1. 54
2. 45¢           2. 2,309                2. \$7.39
3. 30            3. 8,407                3. 90
4. 691           4. >                    4. 271
5. <             5. 30                   5. 10:35
6. 31¢           6. \$4.35                6. 309 stickers

Page 74          Page 80                 Page 86
1. 12            1. ¾                    1. 36
2. 289           2. 16                   2. centimeter
3. 3:10          3. 400                  3. 139
4. 63            4. 87                   4. 148
5. 10            5. 15¢                  5. 8,602
6. 8 pieces      6. 316 stickers         6. dime, nickel

Page 75          Page 81                 Page 87
1. 3 dimes       1. 271                  1. 3:08
2. 491           2. <                    2. 400
3. 16            3. \$4.39                3. 123
4. 80                        4. 12       4. <
5. 74            5. grams                5. 53
6. 369 people    6. \$1.08                6. 18 tires

Page 76          Page 82                 Page 88
1. <             1. 275                  1. 35¢
2. 200           2. 20                   2. 32
3. 13            3. 1:55                 3. 829
4. 95            4. 50                   4. 43
5. 60            5. 4,720                5. >
6. \$2.56         6. 36 years old         6. \$3.53

Page 77          Page 83                 Page 89
1. 4:50                     1. \$1.80     1. 40¢
2. 25¢           2.   60                 2. Hamburger & milk
3. 2,805         3.   293                3. Quarter
4. 49            4.   >                  4. Small
5. 89                                    5.   Cheeseburger, French fries
5.   0
6. 14 children                           6. 0
6.   64
Page 78                                  Page 90
Page 84
1. 30                                    1. 9,840
1. 6
2. 153                                   2. 835
2. 6,397
3. >                                     3. 7,369
3. 3 inches
4. 99                                    4. 2:45
4. 27
5. cm                                    5. 259
5. 72
6. 18 shoes                              6. \$2.13
6. 599 miles

Page 91                     Page 97                 Page 103
1. 2,291                    1. 2                    1. 311
2. 300                      2. 400                  2. 3823
3. \$4.72                    3. 8121                 3. \$7.00
4. 740 miles                4. 60                   4. 184
5. 423                      5. 44                   5. 9
6. Silvertown, Burnsville   6. 9,876                6. 292 cards

Page 92                     Page 98                 Page 104
1. Sept. 19                 1. 281                  1. 3,496
2. 6/8                      2. 5707                 2. \$1.00
3. 400                      3. ¾                    3. 41
4. 366                      4. 4,059                4. 300
5. 6                        5. 32 feet              5. answers may vary
6. 63 miles                 6. 35 hours             6. 35¢

Page 93                     Page 99                 Page 105
1. 3,079          1. 6                             1. ones
2.   <                      2. 30                   2.   <
3.   800                    3. 183                  3.   7,049
4.   141                    4. 358                  4.   431
5.   52                     5. 3548                 5.   8
6.   54 inches              6. 13 years             6.   2,194 people

Page 94                     Page 100                Page 106
1. 80¢                      1. 8                    1. 12
2. 36                       2. 60                   2. 170
3. 20                       3. 10                   3. 103
4. 7,764                    4. \$1.62                4. 36
5. 4,000                    5. 642                  5. 23¢
6. 43¢                      6. 27 lbs.              6. 30¢

Page 95                     Page 101                Page 107
1. 20                       1. 8                    1. even
2. 2,654                    2. <                    2. 93
3. 0                        3. 100                  3. 12
4. 7,901                    4. \$3.60                4. 18
5. \$3.00                    5. 279                  5. 30
6. 69¢                      6. 11¢                  6. 20 legs

Page 96                     Page 102                Page 108
1. 400                      1. 50                   1. 884
2. \$1.40                    2. 6,402                2. 202
3. >                        3. 11                   3. 6”
4. 78                       4. 161                  4. <
5. 217                      5. inches               5. 70
6. \$6.63                    6. 42 cards             6. \$4.11

Page 109              Page 115                Page 121
1. 974                1. 500                  1. 1,040
2. \$7.56              2. <                    2. >
3. 400                3. 256                  3. 36
4. 500                4. 132                  4. 30 minutes
5. 24                 5. 24                   5. 6,005
6. 302 balloons       6. 1977                 6. \$1.21

Page 110              Page 116                Page 122
1. 28 days            1. 17                   1. 10
2. 1:40               2. 47,047               2. 39 adults
3. 3,736              3. 4                    3. 100
4. 136                4. 4x3=12 or 3x4=12     4. answers may vary
5. 700                5. 20                   5. 179
6. \$16                6. \$3.65                6. 64 boxes

Page 111              Page 117                Page 123
1. 66¢, \$0.66   1. June 15              1. 45 minutes
2. 0                 2. 10:09       2. >
3.   990              3.   8 snowballs        3. 10
4.   261              4.   45                 4. 2,051
5.   90               5.   728                5. 40

Page 112              Page 118                Page 124
1. 2/4                1. 9:37                 1. 19 days
2. 322                2. 8                    2. \$3.79
3. 451                3. 35                   3. 1,522
4. 60                 4. 3,291                4. 370
5. 7,007              5. 10                   5. 7
6. 16 years           6. 450 minutes          6. \$5,165

Page 113              Page 119                Page 125
1. 900                1. 9                    1. 80
2. \$2.50                         2. 176       2. 24
3. 25                 3.   400                3. 3,800
4. 103                4.   1,200              4. 864
5. 36                 5.   9 students         5. two
6. 70 feet            6.   2 basketballs      6. \$11.24

Page 114              Page 120                Page 126
1. 300                1. 8 students           1. 12
2. 16                 2. 30                   2. 726
3. 9,139              3. \$7.97                3. 19¢
4. 18                 4. 43                   4. 16, 261
5. 236                5. 8                    5. 50
6. 16 classrooms      6. 100 miles            6. 55 minutes

Page 127              Page 133                Page 139
1. 55                 1. 5                    1. 32
2. 3                  2. 48                   2. 4,607
3. 643                3. 36                   3. 7
4. 843                4. 2,313                4. 8
5. 366                5. 1,310                5. \$6.31
6. 892 miles          6. 24 cupcakes          6. 12 books

Page 128              Page 134                Page 140
1. 49                 1. 7,159                1. 0
2. 2,457              2. 5x4=20               2. 2/6
3. 300                3. 900                  3. 1,836
4. 469                4. 8,460                4. \$14.00
5. 742                5. thousands            5. 412
6. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9      6. 630 minutes          6. 45 games

Page 129              Page 135
1. 50                 1. 445
2. 948                2. 6,006
3. 202                3. 6 pages
4. 12 paper weights   4. April
5. 18                 5. odd
6. 4                  6. 160 pounds

Page 130              Page 136
1. 7                  1. 1
2. =                  2. 16
3. 57                 3. 484
4. \$1.04              4. 75¢
5. 125                5. 23
6. 23 students        6. 54 chairs

Page 131              Page 137
1. 832     1. 600
2. 24                 2. 6,300
3. <                  3. 5,555
4. 27                 4. 2,686
5. 500                5. 7,890
6. none               6. 64 softballs
Page 132              Page 138
1. 6                  1. 48
2. \$12.16             2. \$3.31
3. 234                3. 24
4. 400                4. 1,189
5. 2,591              5. 80
6. 220 miles          6. \$5

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