Math
Math
100

278, ______, 280, ______, 282

279 and 281

100

Peyton has 17 more books than Collins.

Collins has 44 books. How many books does Peyton have?

27 books

100

What is the value of the bold digit?

54

50

100

161 - 59

102

100

What is a math teacher's favorite snake?

A "PI"-thon.

100

What is 85 more than a 54?

139

200

Susitna Elementary has a basketball team. The team lost their game on Friday by 15 points. If the winning team had 62 points, how many points did Susitna Elementary have?

47

200

Ms. AnnMarie's 2nd/3rd grade has 19 more students than the K/1st grade. The 2nd/3rd grade has 68 students. How many students does the K/1st grade have?

49 students

200

Why can’t a nose be 12 inches long?

Because then it would be a foot!

200

How do you make seven even?

Subtract the "s".

200

312+185

497

200

What did one math book say to the other?

Don't bother me! I have my own problems!

300

Complete the blank: 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, ___

36
300

There are 11 more adults than children at a Susitna dance. There are 54 adults at the Susitna dance. How many children are at the Susitna dance?

43 Children

300

There are 47 girls and 53 boys in 4th/5th grade at Susitna Elementary School. How many 4th/5th grade students are there in all?

100

300

214

224 and 314

300

What place value is the 7 in 1,271

tens

300

What is 150 more than 92?

242

400

What’s the one shape you should avoid at all costs?

A TRAP-ezoid!

400

Mr. Winter's son, Joey is 19 years old. His daughter is 4 years younger. How old is Joey's sister?

15 years old

400

What is the value of the 3?

2,347

300

400

958

Subtract 10 ______

Subtract 100 _______

948 and 858

400

Write this number in expanded form:

421

400 + 20 + 1

400

What is 100 less than 987?

887

500

546 - 355 = _______

191

500

Gavin and his friends had some blueberries. They ate 39 blueberries. They have 21 blueberries left. How many blueberries did Gavin and his friends have at first?

60 blueberries

500

25, 30, 35, ____, 45, 50

40

500

Solve and compare using >, <, =.

8 x 7 _____ 94 - 38

=

500

Solve and compare using >, <, =.

9 + 8 _____ 81 ÷ 9

>

500

What did the calculator say to the student?

You can always count on me!