Multiple Choice Identify the
choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.


1.

Avery knitted some things to sell in her yard sale. She made six hair
ties, two scarves, and nine hats. How many things did Avery knit for her sale in all.
?
= 6 + 2+ 9


2.

Danny won a bunch of ribbons for his pets he entered in the state's
fair. He won seven white, five red, and two blue ribbons. How many ribbons did Danny win
at the fair in all?
? = 7 + 5 + 2


3.

Mia grabbed one red , four yellow, and eight orange blocks to solve her math
problem. How many blocks did Mia need altogether?
1 + 4 + 8 = ?


4.

Madison collected six soccer balls, one football, and four tennis balls on the
playground. How many balls did Madison collect in all?
6 + 1 + 4 = ?


5.

Alex found three grasshoppers, five butterflies, and two ladybugs in his
garden. How many animals did Alex find altogether?
3 + 5 + 2 = ?


6.

Terry had some boxes of cookies to take to school for snack time. He took
eight on Wednesday, two on Thursday, and 5 on Friday. How many boxes of cookies did Terry take
to school in all?
? = 8 + 2 + 5


7.

Five dogs and six puppies were sitting in the big kennel. After a while
seven more dogs ran in to join them. How many dogs were in the kennel altogether?
5 + 6
+ 7 = ?


8.

Ethan saw four rabbits, three squirrels, and two turtles in his back yard.
How many animals did Ethan see altogether?
4 + 3 + 2 = ?


9.

Lily recycled nine cans, nine bottles, and two glass jars. How many things did
Lily recycle altogether?
