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# Exercise 1

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Count mentally!

9 – 3 =
6 – 1 =
7 – 6 =
8 – 4 =
3 – 2 =
17 – 12 =
37 – 25 =
69 – 6 =
40 – 9 =
58 – 47 =

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Exercise 2

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Exercise 3

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Count mentally!

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Exercise 4

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Count in vertical.

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Exercise 5

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Find the difference. Use key below to color in each space to dress up Mr. Turtle.

Exercise 6

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Count vertical!

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Exercise 6

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Exercise 7

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Count vertical!

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Exercise 8

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Exercise 9

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Count in vertical.

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Exercise 10

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Exercise 11

## Read the word problem and count.

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Exercise 12

## Read and solve the word problems.

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Exercise 13

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Exercise 14

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Exercise 15

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Exercise 16

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1. There are 13 pencils and 17 rulers in the drawer. Keith took 3 pencils out of the drawer. How
many pencils are there now?

## 2. Benny picked 34 pears and gave Dan 20 of the pears.

How many pears does Benny have now?

## 3. Nancy found 55 seashells but 39 of them were broken.

How many unbroken seashells did Nancy find?

4. James has 75 math problems to do for homework. He knows that 17 of the problems are very
hard. The rest of the problem are easy. How many of the problems are easy?

5. Keith had 116 pumpkins in the garden. The rabbits ate 77 of the pumpkins. How many
pumpkins does Keith have now?

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6. A restaurant made 230 sandwiches to serve during lunch. Only 191 were actually served. How
many sandwiches were left over from lunch?

## 7. Marfin has 178 stickers. He has 60 more stickers than Zafri.

How many stickers does Zafri have?

## 8. Zafri has 295 stickers. He has 60 more stickers than Farhan.

How many stickers does Farhan have?

9. Benson has 389 matchboxes. Guowei has 65 fewer matchboxes than Benson.
How many matchboxes does Guowei have?

10. Marcus and Haley have 129 stamps altogether. If Marcus has 86 stamps, how many more

## stamps does he have than Haley?

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11. One Sunday, 681 people visited the zoo. Of these, 291 were men, 135 were women, and the
rest were children. How many more adults than children visited the zoo that day?

12. Mr. Chen picked 314 oranges from his tree. Of these, 19 were bad and thrown away. If he
sold 218 oranges, how many did he have left?

13. Sue has 87 stickers. Perry has 48 stickers fewer than Sue but 16 stickers more than Kevin.
How many stickers does Kevin have?

14. There were 50 boys at the school play. If there were 23 more boys than girls, how many girls
were there?

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15. Last year, there were 420 students at Madison Elementary. This year, 117 students are graduated.

## How many students in Madison Elementary now?

16. Amy buys 28 trading cards and gives 6 away to her friends.
How many does she have now?

17. Tom is playing his favourite computer game and scores 78 points. He then loses 22 points.
How many points does he have now?

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