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1 Join Result Unknown Word Problems There were pencils in your desk. You put more pencil (s) in your desk. How many pencils are in your desk now? I had crayons. My teacher gave me more crayons. How many crayons do I have altogether? There were glue sticks on your table. I put more pencils on the table. Now how many pencils are on the table? I planted apple seeds. My brother gave me more apple seeds to plant. How many apple seeds dis I plant all together? bats were hanging in the cave. bats came to join them. What is the total number of bats hanging in the cave? The Pilgrim ate pies. Then, he ate more pies. How many pies did he eat? I had gingerbread men on my plate. My mom gave me more. How many are on my plate now? I saw snowflakes flying by the window. My sister saw more. How many snowflakes did we see in all? My friends gave me candy hearts. My family gave me more candy hearts. How many candy hearts did I get? My teacher put roses in a vase. She put more roses in a vase. How many roses did she put in the vase all together? A Leprechaun hid gold coins. He hid more gold coins under a four leaf clover. What was the total number of gold coins the leprechaun hid? I saw kites flying in the sky on Saturday. I saw kites flying in the sky on Sunday. How many kites did I see on the weekend?

2 Separate Result Unknown There were papers on the desk. The wind blew papers off the desk. Now how many papers are on the desk? Susan had markers. She gave markers to Melissa. How many markers does she have now? We had jump ropes in our playground bucket. were lost at recess. How many jump ropes do we have now? There were pumpkins on a hill. pumpkins rolled away. How many pumpkins are on the hill now? turkeys were walking in the forest. ran away. How many turkeys are left in the forest? The Native American carried ears of corn. ears of corn fell. How many ears of corn are still in his arms? Suzie left cookies for Santa. Santa ate of Suzie s cookies. built snowmen. of the snowmen melted in the sun. How many snowmen were left? I had chocolate hearts. I gave hearts to my brother. How many hearts do I have now? The leprechaun had pots of gold. He gives pots of gold away. How many pots of gold does he have now? Rose had Lucky Charms in her bowl. She ate of them. How many Lucky Charms are left?

3 The bunny has jellybeans. He eats of his jellybeans. How many jellybeans are left? The ant had crumbs on his back. He stops and eats crumbs. How many crumbs does he have left? There are blue birds in the tree. fly away. How many birds are left in the tree? carrots are growing in a garden. A bunny eats. How many carrots are left in the garden? blew bubbles. of the bubbles popped. How many bubbles are still floating? I found seashells at the beach. I gave away. How many seashells do I have left? There were kids swimming in the pool. kids swam away. How many kids are still in the pond? My teacher had stickers to pass out. She gave away to her students. How many stickers does she have left? I gave my friend cupcakes. She ate. How many cupcakes does she have left? Both Addends Unknown Melissa has Skittles. Some are yellow and some are red. How many are red and how many are green? I have grapes. Some are purple and some are green. How many are purple and how many are green?

4 Carmen sees birds. Some are flying and some are sleeping. How many are flying and how many are sleeping? Sarah baked cupcakes. Some are in the oven and some are on the table cooling. How many are in the oven and how many are on the table? There were patriotic lights around the window. Some were red and some were blue. How many lights could be red and how many lights could be blue? Try to show as many possibilities as you can. Melissa has scarves. Some are blue and some are purple. How many can be blue and how many can be purple? Try to show as many possibilities as you can. Bethany makes winter cookies. Some are shaped like snowflakes and some are shaped like snowmen. How many are shaped like snowflakes and how many are shaped like snowmen? I found gold coins. Some were big and some were small. How many were big and how many were small? Show as many different possibilities as you can. My sister was given jellybeans. Some were pink and some were purple. How many were pink and how many were purple? Show as many different possibilities as you can. had chicks. Some chicks were yellow and some checks were tan. How many chicks were yellow and how many chicks were tan? Show as many different possibilities as you can. There are butterflies in the garden. Some are orange and some are yellow. How many can be orange and how many can be yellow? Show as many different possibilities as you can. kids went to the park. Some kids played on the swings and some went on the slide. How many kids played on the swings and how many went on the slide?

5 Part Part Whole Total Unknown I have yellow pencils and blue pencils. How many pencils do I have altogether? The farmer has big pumpkins and small pumpkins. How many pumpkins does he have? Your neighbor found brown leaves and Yellow leaves. How many leaves did she find? The carolers sang short songs and long songs. How many songs did they sing? snowflakes landed on the porch. more snowflakes landed on the porch. How many snowflakes landed on the porch altogether? Lacey cut out red hearts and pink hearts. How many hearts did she cut out? The polar bear ate big fish yesterday and little fish today. How many fish did he eat in all? The leprechaun hid big pots of gold and little pots of gold. How many pots of gold did he hide? I found purple eggs and blue eggs. How many eggs did I find? The students in had yellow coats and red coats. How many coats do they have? My dad caught gray fish and tan fish. How many fish did he catch?

6 There were sharks and sting rays in the aquarium. How many animals were in the aquarium all together? Two teams were playing baseball. Team A had pitchers Team B had pitchers. How many pitchers altogether? There were bumblebees and ladybugs in the garden. How many insects were there in all? Other Word Problems There were kids at the park. Each kid had Jumpropes. How many jumpropes were there altogether? My teacher bought pumpkins. She carved eyes on each pumpkin to make jack-o-lanterns. How many eyes did she have to carve in all? The girl picked pumpkins. Each pumpkin had seeds inside. What was the total number of pumpkin seeds that the girl found in all her pumpkins? There were cups on the table. Each cup had pieces of ice inside. How many pieces of ice were there altogether? There were bats flying in my backyard last night. Bats landed in each of my trees. How many trees do I have in my yard? The pilgrim had bird pens. Each pen had turkeys. How many turkeys did the farmer have altogether? I have pumpkin pies. My mom has pumpkin pies. How many more pumpkin pies do I have than my mom? There were pine trees my yard. Each pine tree had Pinecones. How many pinecones total were there on all the trees?

7 kids were banging pots at midnight. kids were banging pans. How many kids were making noise with dishes in all? It snowed days the first week in January, days the second week in January, and days the third week in January. How many days did it snow in January? I made valentines for my family. I made valentines for my soccer team. I made valentines for my classmates. How many valentines did I make in all? There were chocolate hearts on the desk. My Teacher said of us could share the hearts equally. How many hearts di we each get? The leprechaun had shamrocks. Each shamrock had leaves. How many leaves did the leprechaun have in all? I found pieces of gold in the morning. Then, I found some more in the afternoon. At night I counted my gold pieces and I had pieces of gold. How many pieces of gold did I find in the afternoon? My crayon was paper clips long. My friend s crayon was paper clips longer than mine. My teacher s crayon was paper clips longer than my friend s. How long were my friend s and my teacher s crayons? I brought lollipops to school to share with my friends. How many lollipops did we each get? Were there any leftover? The Easter bunny left yellow peeps and pink peeps in my basket. How many more yellow peeps than pink peeps did he leave?

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