ID 8

Word Problems K1John had 6 coins.
He gave 3 away.

How many coins does he have left?



ID 11

Word Problems K1John earned two stars.
Jim earned three stars.

How many stars did they earn collectively?



ID 19

Word Problems K1Find the picture that is lighter.



ID 20

Word Problems K1How many fruits are there?



ID 21

Word Problems K1What will go next in the pattern?



ID 22

Word Problems K1There are three kittens.

How many ears are there?



ID 26

Word Problems K1Which picture shows 3 + 4 = 7 ?



ID 35

Word Problems K1Which squares have the same number of dots?



ID 57

Word Problems K1How many different colors are used in the flag?



ID 58

Word Problems K1Which number will come before 6?



ID 1439

Word Problems K1How many fish swim to the left?



ID 1465

Word Problems K1What shape does the pencil draw?



ID 1488

Word Problems K1How many rings are there?



ID 1490

Word Problems K1How many balls are not touching the triangular frame?



ID 2345

Word Problems K1John had 7 coins.
He gave 3 away.

How many coins does he have left?



ID 2346

Word Problems K1John had 7 coins.
He gave 2 away.

How many coins does he have left?



ID 2347

Word Problems K1John had 8 coins.
He gave 3 away.

How many coins does he have left?



ID 2348

Word Problems K1John had 9 coins.
He gave 3 away.

How many coins does he have left?



ID 2357

Word Problems K1John earned four stars.
Jim earned three stars.

How many stars did they earn collectively?



ID 2358

Word Problems K1John earned five stars.
Jim earned three stars.

How many stars did they earn collectively?



ID 2359

Word Problems K1John earned six stars.
Jim earned three stars.

How many stars did they earn collectively?



ID 2360

Word Problems K1John earned seven stars.
Jim earned three stars.

How many stars did they earn collectively?



ID 2371

Word Problems K1How many apples are there?



ID 2372

Word Problems K1How many tangerines are there?



ID 2373

Word Problems K1What will not go next in the pattern?



ID 2374

Word Problems K1There are three kittens.

How many ears and tails are there?



ID 2383

Word Problems K1Which picture shows 5 + 3 = 8 ?



ID 2384

Word Problems K1Which picture shows 3 + 2 = 5 ?



ID 2385

Word Problems K1Which picture shows 2 + 4 = 6 ?



ID 2386

Word Problems K1Which picture shows the smallest number of blue disks?



ID 2393

Word Problems K1Which squares have 7 dots?



ID 2394

Word Problems K1Which squares have 6 dots?



ID 2395

Word Problems K1Which squares have 5 dots?



ID 2421

Word Problems K1How many white stripes does the American flag contain?



ID 2422

Word Problems K1How many white and red stripes does the American flag contain?



ID 2423

Word Problems K1Which number will come before 9?



ID 2424

Word Problems K1Which number will come before 15?



ID 2454

Word Problems K1One pack of pencils has three pencils.
Another pack has nine pencils.

How many more pencils are in the second pack?



ID 2468

Word Problems K1How many apples are outside the semi-circle shape?



ID 2469

Word Problems K1How many apples and tangerines are inside the semi-circle shape?



ID 2485

Word Problems K1I am the third animal in line, and two more animals are after me in line.

How many animals are there?



ID 3249

Word Problems K1In Morse code, each symbol is either a dot or a dash.

 Which character contains the largest number of dashes?



ID 3396

Word Problems K1How many fish swim to the right?



ID 3652

Word Problems K1Red, yellow, long, green.

Which word is the odd one out?



ID 3858

Word Problems K1How many legs do they have?



ID 5210

Word Problems K1Leslie Green asks:

"The more debt you get into, the more credit card companies profit. If you buy $100 of goods at a shop you owe the credit card company $100, but typically the shop only gets $98. The shop has to inflate its prices to pay the credit card company. Typically the shop is contractually not allowed to give a discount for cash.

The CostCrashers supermarket chain deals only in cash. The CardPayers supermarkets deals both with both cash and credit card transactions, although 75% of people pay by credit card.

All else being equal, how much cheaper could the CostCrashers prices be compared to the CardPayers supermarkets, given the figures stated earlier?"