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


1.

Jenna was cleaning her room and found 2 stuffed animals under her bed and 3 on
her shelf. How many stuffed animals did she find in all?


2.

Bo picked 10 cherries and his little brother ate 2. How many cherries does Bo
have left?


3.

Melissa took a drive with her family. She saw 4 yellow flowers and 3 red
flowers. How many flowers did she see all together?


4.

Joe found 8 ants and 1 ladybug. How many insects did he find all
together?


5.

Sasha is building with blocks. She used 6 for the road and 2 for the car. How
many blocks did she use all together?


6.

Max was selling cookies. He started with 10 and sold 6. How many cookies did he
have left?


7.

Brenda was doing her hair. She put 4 red bows and 2 pink bows in her hair. How
many bows did she have all together?


8.

Cam had 8 crackers and ate 5 of them. How many crackers did he have left?


9.

Mia put 3 dollars in her piggy bank and her dad put 3 more dollars in her piggy
bank. How much did they put in her piggy bank all together?


10.

Christy made a bracelet with 8 beads. It broke and 3 fell off. How many beads
are left?
