Adam has 30 stickers at first.
Adam gives B some.
Now, Adam has 10 stickers.
How many stickers does A give to B?

  1. Which model should we draw?
    (1) Model Part-whole
    (2) Model Comparison
  2. Is the total given?
    (1) Yes
    (2) No
  3. Who gets the shorter bar?
    (1) At first
    (2) Bryan gives him/li>
  4. Number of stickers that Adam gives to B =
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Adam has 7 stickers at first.
Adam gives away 3 stickers.
How many stickers does Adam have in the end?

  1. Which model should we draw?
    (1) Model Part-whole
    (2) Model Comparison
  2. Is the total given?
    (1) Yes
    (2) No
  3. Who gets the shorter bar?
    (1) At first
    (2) Adam gives away
  4. Number of stickers that Adam has in the end =
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Adam has 700 stickers.
Bryan has 200 stickers.
How many more stickers does Bryan have than Adam?

  1. Which model should we draw?
    (1) Model Part-whole
    (2) Model Comparison
  2. Is the total given?
    (1) Yes
    (2) No
  3. Who gets the shorter bar?
    (1) Adam
    (2) Bryan
  4. What is the total number of stickers?
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There are some children.
There are 500 boys.
The number of boys are 300 more than the number of girls.
How many children are there altogether?
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Adam spends $15.70 on 2 stickers and 3 marbles.
A sticker costs $1.10 more than 1 marble.
  1. How much does 1 sticker cost?
  2. How much do 4 stickers cost?
  3. How much do a marble and 4 stickers cost?
  4. How much do 4 stickers cost more than 1 marble?
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Choose the smaller square.
Give the answer in number. (Eg 1).
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Count and write in numerals.
1 m
From 1 to 10
Write 1 in words.
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How many right angles can you find in the figure?
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TRY FOR FREE
Find the following values without a calculator.
  1. 30 + 60 = _______
  2. 63 + 63 = _______
  3. 55 + 44 = _______
  4. 32 + 32 + 32 = _______
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