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3 L M N O P Q Q P L O P R S Q T U V S Q T U W O N O X R R W O X Y X Q A B C C D E F G D H B I D J K Z [ F Name Date 1. Circle all number sentences that are true = = = = = = Add or Subtract. 107= = 10 5 = = 10 0= 3. Solve the problems = = = = = = = = = =! " # $ % # & ' ( ( ' ) & ' * +,  ). / * * * / 9 : ; ; : < 9 : = >? :
4 L M N O P Q Q P L O P R S Q T U V S Q T U W O N O X R R W O X Y X Q A B C C D E F G D H B I D J K Z [ F 4. Complete the number bonds Your little brother has $4 and wants to spend the money on an action figure that costs $10. How much money does he still need to buy the action figure? 6. Daniel found $14. His father gave him some more. Then he had $20. How much money was he given? Write a number sentence to show your thinking. 7. Amy read 24 books. Peter read 30 books. Amy wants to read as many books as Peter. Amy thinks she needs to read 7 more books to reach her goal. Is she right? Explain using words, math drawings, or numbers. \ " # $ % # & ' ( ( ' ) & ' * +,  ). / * * * / 9 : ; ; : < 9 : = >? :
5 ³ µ ³ ¹ º» ¼ ½ º» ¼ ¾ µ ¹ ¹ ¾ À ª ª «««± ² Á Â Name Date 1. Complete the number bonds Find the unknown numbers that make the number sentences true. 7 5 = 9 5 = 4 + = 8 10 = = 3 7 = 3 17 = = = 3 6 = 3 3. Fill in the missing numbers = = 7 2 = 10 5 = = = ] ^ ` a b c d e f g h i j k g l k m h n o p q l m i r q p g h s t p q e o i k p l e u p t m h v m u i o e h n e w w x y p m m h g z o p g w s m l n w l m k x g j o { } ~ ^ c ƒ Š Œ Š Ž Ž Ž š œ ž Ÿ ˆ
6 ! " #! " $ % $ % & % ' Â 4. Fill in the missing numbers. 16 is and is 10 and 18 is and and 7 is 15 is ten ones. 10 and is Mr. Avakian put a stack of 10 paper plates on the table for a party. He also put 8 big plates of food. How many plates were there in all on the table? Show your thinking using words, math drawings, or a number sentence. 6. Mr. Passerini handed out 10 vanilla, 2 chocolate, and 8 strawberry ice cream cones. How many ice cream cones did she hand out in all? Show your thinking using words, math drawings, or a number sentence. Ã Ä Å Å Æ Ç È É â ã ä Ä É ï ð ñ ò ð ó ô õ õ ô ö ó ô ø ù ú ö û ü ý þ þ ÿ ø ø ø ü Ê Ë Ì Í Î Ï Ð Ñ Í Ò Ñ Ó Î Ô Õ Ö Ò Ó Ï Ø Ö Í Î Ù Ú Ö Ë Õ Ï Ñ Ö Ò Ë Û Ö Ú Ó Î Ü Ó Û Ï Õ Ë Î Ô Ë Ý Ý Þ ß Ö Ó Ó Î Í à Õ Ö Í Ý Ù Ó Ò Ô Ý Ò Ó Ñ Þ Í Ð Õ á å æ ç æ è é ê ë ì ë í î
7 ( ) * * +, . + / ) : 8 ; < = : 8 ; < > 6 5 6? 9 9 > 8 A B C Name Date 1. Solve the facts by recording make ten solutions with number bonds. Then draw a line connecting each one with the number sentence showing how you added the remaining ones to ten. The first one is done for you = ^ = = = = = D E F F G H I J K L M N L O N P O Q L R R S T O U T P V W X Y Z [ E J \ ] ^ ] _ ` a b c b a d e f g h f i j k k j l i j m n o p l q r s t t m uv w x y m n y n m z n { r } ~ ~ } } } ƒ
8 ˆ Š Œ Ž š š œ ž C 2. Jennifer has 9 markers at school and 6 at home. Orlando has 7 markers at school and 8 at home. a. How many markers does Jennifer have? b. How many markers does Orlando have? 3. Fill in the blank to make the sentence true. a = + 4 b = 10 + c. 8 + = d. + 5 = Two teams are playing a baseball game. Team Tigers has 9 players on the field and 4 players on the bench. Team Lion has 9 players on the field and 7 players on the bench. a. How many players does Team Tiger have? b. How many players does Team Lion have? 5. Draw to explain how to add 7 and 6 by making ten. D E F F G H I J K L M N L O N P O Q L R R S T O U T P V W X Y Z [ E J \ ] ^ ] _ ` a b c b a Ÿ e f g h f i j k k j l i j m n o p l q r s t t m uv w x y m n y n m z n { r } ~ ~ } } } ƒ
9 ª ««± ² ³ µ ² ³ ± ± ¹ º» Name Use basic facts to help you solve with mental math. Date = = = = = = = = = = = = = = 15. Circle the number sentences that are true. 17 = = = = ¼ ½ ¾ ¾ À Á Â Ã Ä Å Æ Ä Ç Æ È Ç É Ä Ê Ê Ä È Ê Ë Ì Í Ç Î Ä Ï Ç Ð Ñ Ç Ò Ñ È Ó Ô Õ Ö Ó Ã Ø Ù Ú Û Ù Ü Ý Þ ß à á â ã ä å ä æ ç è é ê é ë ì í î ï ð î ñ ò ó ó ò ô ñ ò õ ö ø ô ù ú û ü ü õ ýþ ÿ õ ö ö õ ö ú
10 ! " # " # $ # % & ' 16. Vinny caught 12 baseballs during the first game of the day. He caught some more during the second game of the day. If he caught 19 baseballs during both games, how many baseballs did he catch in the second game? 17. Draw tenframe cards to explain why = í î ï ð î ñ ò ó ó ò ô ñ ò õ ö ø ô ù ú û ü ü õ ýþ ÿ õ ö ö õ ö ú ( á ) ) * +, â . / : ; 1 < ; 2 = = Ù  æ Ù Ú Û Ù Ü Ý Þ ß à á â ã ä å ä æ ç è é ê é ë A
11 B C D D E F G H E I C J E K L M N O P Q R R Q M P Q S T R U V W X Y Z [ \ ] ^ ] _ ` ` \ ] _ a _ Y b c d Name Date 1. Solve the following problems. Circle the number sentence if you must subtract from the ten = 10 5 = 10 6 = 11 3 = 11 5 = 11 6 = 12 3 = 12 5 = 12 6 = 13 3 = 13 5 = 13 6 = 14 3 = 14 5 = 14 6 = 15 3 = 15 5 = 15 6 = 16 3 = 16 5 = 16 6 = 17 3 = 17 5 = 17 6 = 18 3 = 18 5 = 18 6 = 19 3 = 19 5 = 19 6 = e f g g h i j k l m n o p q o r m s o r t u s v w n s x v o p w s m y z { m y r t u s v w n s y } z s { y ~ w y w q q s o o y m ƒ r s m q z o v q v o u m p r f k ˆ Š Œ š œ ž Ÿ š š š Ÿ ª ««ª ª ª Ž Ž
12 ± ² ³ ³ µ ² ¹ º» ¼ ½ ^ ] ¾ Y Y ¾ ¼ ] ¾ ` X Y Z [ X Y Z [ \ ] ^ ] _ ` ` \ ] _ a _ Y b c d 2. Fill in the blank to make the number sentence correct = = = = = = Mrs. Jones bought 12 eggs from the store in the morning. Her husband brought home 5 more eggs in the evening. They used 8 of the eggs for dinner. How many eggs do they have left? pink roses and 7 red roses grew in Mrs. Thompson s garden. She gave away 9 of the pink roses to her neighbor. How many roses does she have left? e f g g h i j k l m n o p q o r m s o r t u s v w n s x v o p w s m y z { m y r t u s v w n s y } z s { y ~ w y w q q s o o y m ƒ r s m q z o v q v o u m p r f k ˆ Š Œ š œ ž Ÿ š š š Ÿ ª ««ª ª ª Ž Ž À
13 ! " # $ Name Date Add or subtract. Then write two more related problems for each basic fact = = = 28 6 = = 38 6 = = = = 57 3 = = 77 3 = Á Â Ã Ã Ä Å Æ Ç Þ ß à Â Ç ê ë ì í ë î ï ð ð ï ñ î ï ò ó ô õ ñ ö ø ù ù ò úû ü ý þ ò ó þ ó ò ÿ ó È É É Ê Ë É Ì Í Î Ï Ð Ê Ñ Ï Ò Ó Ï Ô Ó Ë Õ Í Ö Ï Ó Ö Ø Ì Ù Ú Ï Ø Ë Î Ê Ì Ø É Ù Ë Í Ë É Ø Ð Ì Ï Ê Ë É Ó Ë Û Ö Ê Ñ Ø Ü Ê Ö Í Ø Ê Ë É Î Ê Ì Ó Ñ Ú Ê Ñ Ï Ì Ý á â ã â ä å æ ç è ç æ é
14 ! " # $ = = = 57 2 = = 67 2 = Solve the following 4 problems. Show your number bonds. Draw if that will help you = = = = Solve. 79 people attended the concert. 6 people had to leave at the break. How many people were still at the concert after the break? % & ' ' ( ) * +,  . / / 9 1 : 3 7 ; : < 0 = > 3 < / 2. 0 <  = / 1 /  < /  7 /? ; :. 5 : 1 <. / > A B C D & + E F G F H I ê ë ì í ë î ï ð ð ï ñ î ï ò ó ô õ ñ ö ø ù ù ò úû ü ý þ ò ó þ ó ò ÿ ó æ ç è ç æ J
15 š œ ž Ÿ Ÿ ª «Name Date Solve the addition problems. Draw your bonds = = = = = = = = = = K L M M N O P Q R S S T U V W U X Y Z Z [ \ U X ] ^ _ ` ^ a _ V U a \ ` b c S S U V U ` X V ` d c e a c V a X f g h i L Q j k l k Y m n o p o q r s t u v t w x y y x z w x { } ~ z { ƒ { { ˆ Š Œ Œ Š Ž Ž
16 õ ö ø ù ú û ø ü ö ý ø þ ÿ Label each number sentence as true or false = = = = = Solve. Anthony found 48 coins last month. This month he found 7 more coins. How many coins does he have now? Ö Ø Ù Ú Û Ü Ü Û Ý Ú Û Þ ß à á Ý â ã ä å å Þ æç è é ê Þ ß ê ß Þ ë ß ì ã í î ï ï î ð í î ñ ò ó î ñ ô ± ² ³ µ ¹ º» ¼ ½ ½ ¾» À Á Â Ã Á Ä Â ¹ Ä Ã Å Æ ¹ Ã» ¹ Ã Ç Æ È Ä Æ ¹ Ä» É Ê Ë Ì Í Î Ï Î ¼ Ð Ñ Ò Ó Ò Ô Õ
17 [ \ ] ] ^ _ ` a ^ b \ c ^ d e f g h i j k k j f i j l m k n o p m k n o q i h i r l l q i r s r k t u v Name Date 1. Fill in the blanks to make the number sentences true. Draw number bonds to help you subtract from the ten. The first two are done for you. Example: 40 8 = = = 11 3 = 20 5 = 21 5 = 50 7 = 52 7 = 70 8 = 71 8 = 40 8 = 42 8 =! " #! " $ % & $! " ' $ ( % ' & ' $ ) * * " $ + ",  $. %! +!, / ) 6 < = >? A B B A A D E F G C H I J K K D LM N O P D E P E D Q E R I S T U U T V S T W X Y T W Z : ;
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