Problem Solving

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1. Gia picked 3 red flowers and 2 pink ones. How many flowers did she pick in all?2. Marianna had 5 toe tokens. Jessica had 4 toe tokens. How many toe tokens did they have in all?3. Somer went trick-or-treating and got 7 pieces of candy from the first house. He got 6 pieces of candy from the second house. How many pieces of candy does Somer have?

1. Zen collects Pokemon cards. He had 10 of them, but gave away 3 to his friend Luke. How many Pokemon cards does he have left?2. Keishin had 8 bananas for snack. He was not very hungry so he gave away 6 bananas. How many were left for Keishin to eat?3. Hugo went to Florida and brought back 15 shells from the beach. He gave Brad 5 shells. How many shells did Hugo have left?

1. Our first grade class has 25 students in it. There are 10 boys in our class. How many girls are there?2. Jordan is reading a book that is 9 pages long. He has read 6 pages so far. How many pages does Jordan have left to read?3. Adriana had a birthday party and 6 classmates came. There were 4 boys from class who came. How many girls came to her party?4. An empty school bus picked up 8 kids from school. 3 kids got off at the first stop. How many kids stayed on the bus?

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Common Core State Standard:Represent and solve problems involving addition and subtraction.CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.OA.A.1Use addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions, e.g., by using objects, drawings, and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.1

Use your TI-10 calulator to practice problem solving! Click the problem solving button to begin. It looks like a swirly square.It will tell you if you solve the problem correctly or not.

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