ID 143

Practical Mathematics K3Which number will be served next?



ID 144

Practical Mathematics K3A kitten ate 123 grams of food on Saturday and 321 grams of food on Sunday.

What is the total amount of food the kitten ate on the weekend?



ID 148

Practical Mathematics K3A honeycomb is a mass of hexagonal wax cells built by honeybees in their nests.

How many honeycomb cells are there?



ID 149

Practical Mathematics K3Kevin buys three bags of marbles.
The marbles are priced differently.

How much does he pay for the bags?



ID 161

Practical Mathematics K3How many fruits are outside the semi-circle?



ID 169

Practical Mathematics K3The top screw is 10 centimeters long.
The bottom screw is 6 centimeters long.

How much longer is the top screw?



ID 177

Practical Mathematics K3What is the largest number written here in the picture?



ID 178

Practical Mathematics K3How many city blocks are there on the city map?



ID 179

Practical Mathematics K3A dime is worth ten cents.
You can count dimes by counting by 10's.

Count by 10's and find the amount of money in the picture.



ID 1322

Practical Mathematics K3How many Euros are there?



ID 2137

Practical Mathematics K3What time will the clock show in 35 minutes?



ID 2575

Practical Mathematics K3Which number has been already served?



ID 2576

Practical Mathematics K3A kitten ate 120 grams of food on Saturday and 320 grams of food on Sunday.

What is the total amount of food the kitten ate on the weekend?



ID 2577

Practical Mathematics K3A kitten ate 320 grams of food on Saturday and 230 grams of food on Sunday.

What is the total amount of food the kitten ate on the weekend?



ID 2581

Practical Mathematics K3Kevin buys two bags of marbles.
The marbles are priced differently.

How much does he pay for green and gray marbles?



ID 2583

Practical Mathematics K3Kevin buys three bags of marbles.
The marbles are priced differently.

How much does he pay for green and black marbles?



ID 2609

Practical Mathematics K3The top screw is 12 centimeters long.
The other screw is 7 centimeters long.

How much longer is the top screw?



ID 2620

Practical Mathematics K3A dime is worth ten cents.
You can count dimes by counting by 10's.

Count by 10's and find the amount of money in 16 dimes.



ID 2638

Practical Mathematics K3Brad's hockey training started at 2:30.
It took 1 hour and a half to play.

What time did it end?



ID 2672

Practical Mathematics K3Which number has been already served?



ID 2674

Practical Mathematics K3Anna arrived at the swimming pool at 9:00 A.M. and left at 1:00 P.M.

How many hours was Anna at the pool?



ID 2690

Practical Mathematics K3There are ten apples in each bag.
Which set would have exactly thirty-one apples?



ID 2720

Practical Mathematics K3Six apples are worth three dimes.
How much are 5 apples worth?

Penny = 1 cent.
Nickel = 5 cents.
Dime = 10 cents.
Quarter = 25 cents.



ID 4210

Practical Mathematics K3If tomorrow is Monday, what day was yesterday?



ID 4304

Practical Mathematics K3At Jane's birthday party, all guests gave her a present.
She also gave a small present to every guest.

How many gifts were exchanged if there were 10 children in total?



ID 4820

Practical Mathematics K3How many objects are there in the picture?



ID 4852

Practical Mathematics K3How many pens are there?



ID 5014

Practical Mathematics K3There are three of us here and there are 18 pancakes.

What is a fair share?



ID 5015

Practical Mathematics K3We want to come off the Interstate at exit 42 and we have just passed exit 38.

Which exit do we need to take?



ID 5041

Practical Mathematics K3When did the Olympic Games in Beijing take place?



ID 5063

Practical Mathematics K3Forty young people participated in a competition.
Sixteen of them were girls.

How many boys were there?