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# Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 03

Greetings, young mathematician! Are you ready to put your addition and subtraction skills to test? This quiz will feature 10 questions related to everyday scenarios and situations, specifically designed for students at the Key Stage 1. Remember, practice makes perfect. Now, let's get started and see how many questions you can solve correctly!
Question 1
There were 10 bees on a flower. 4 of them flew away. How many bees are left on the flower?
7
2
6
5
10 bees - 4 bees = 6 bees
Question 2
Sara found 4 shells at the beach and then found 5 more. How many shells does she have now?
10
8
9
12
4 shells + 5 shells = 9 shells
Question 3
Dad divided 12 strawberries equally between himself, mum and little Sue. How many strawberries did each person get?
4
5
3
6
12 strawberries divided by 3 people = 4 strawberries per person
Question 4
Lucy has 7 sweets. She buys 3 more. How many sweets does she have now?
11
5
9
10
7 sweets + 3 sweets = 10 sweets
Question 5
If you have 5 apples and you eat 2, how many are left?
1
3
4
5
5 apples - 2 apples = 3 apples
Question 6
Mother baked 10 cupcakes and father ate 6. How many cupcakes are left?
5
6
3
4
10 cupcakes - 6 cupcakes = 4 cupcakes
Question 7
John has 6 marbles and he gives away 2. How many marbles does John have left?
3
2
5
4
6 marbles - 2 marbles = 4 marbles
Question 8
There are 9 birds on a tree. 2 more birds join them. How many birds are there on the tree now?
12
7
11
9
9 birds + 2 birds = 11 birds
Question 9
Tom has 4 coins and his sister gives him 3 more. How many coins does Tom have now?
6
8
7
9
4 coins + 3 coins = 7 coins
Question 10
A frog jumps 8 steps forward but then jumps 2 steps back. How many steps is the frog now from where it started?
10
6
4
5
8 steps forward - 2 steps back = 6 steps
Author:  Graeme Haw