One day the Franco’s and the Mcanns’s had a picnic. The Franco’s had 37 apples and the Mcann’s had 10 pears. How many more apples than pears do the Franco’s have?
Please solve this word problem in your math notebook and explain how you got your answer on this padlet. Bobby has 345 postcards. He gives 36 postcards to each of his 4 cousins. How many postcards does he have left?
Please solve this word problem in your math workbook (page 110) and explain how you got your answer in the comment section. Justin has 1,200 stamps. 860 of them are U.S. stamps. The rest are Canadian stamps. How many more U.S. stamps than Canadian stamps does he have?
Please solve this word problem in your math notebook and explain how you got your answer. Please post in the comment section. David wants to buy four basketballs. He only has $55. Each basketball is $18. How much more money does he need?
Good Morning Boys and Girls! Can you please click on the link below to begin practicing your multiplication facts. Once you click the link: Write your name in the given space. Choose the operation (multiplication) Click “Range” Click “Start Range” and pick a number Click “End Range” and pick a number Click “Start” Math Flash Read More…