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


1.

Maria has 5 dolls. How many more does she need to make 10?


2.

Beth has 7 legos. How many more does she need to make 10?


3.

3 bees were looking for flowers. They need some more bees to help them
once they find the flowers. They need 10 bees in all. How many more bees are needed to
make 10?


4.

Which equation goes with this story? The baseball team has 4 bats. They need 10 bats. How many more bats does the team need to make 10?


5.

Which equation goes with this story? Cindy’s mom has 8 bowls. She
has 10 people coming over for dinner. Which picture shows how many more bowls she needs?

Completion Complete each
statement.


6.

Peter was counting red cars. He was keeping track
on the chart below. How many more red cars does he need to see to get to 10?


7.

Sally was making peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for lunch. She needs
10 sandwiches to serve all her friends. How many more sandwiches does Sally need to
make?
