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# Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 07

Hello, amazing young mathematicians! It's time to put on your thinking caps and get ready for an exciting addition and subtraction quiz. There will be 10 questions, made up of real-life scenarios, to test how well you know your additions and subtractions. Are you ready? Let's dive in and see how you do!
Question 1
If you add 6 to 4, what number do you get?
9
11
10
12
When you add 6 to 4, you get the number 10.
Question 2
Tom has 7 stickers and his sister gives him 3 more. How many stickers does Tom have now?
4 stickers
9 stickers
5 stickers
10 stickers
When you add 3 to 7, you get 10. So Tom now has 10 stickers.
Question 3
Sam has 15 sweets and gives 5 to his friend. How many sweets does he have left?
20 sweets
12 sweets
10 sweets
8 sweets
When you subtract 5 from 15, you have 10 sweets left.
Question 4
If you have 5 apples and eat 2, how many apples are left?
3 apples
7 apples
4 apples
1 apple
When you subtract 2 from 5, you have 3 apples left.
Question 5
If a bag of sweets costs £1 and you buy 5, how much have you spent?
£5
£2
£6
£7
If a bag of sweets is £1 and you buy 5, that's £1 x 5 which equals £5.
Question 6
If a doll costs £3 and you have £10, how much money will you have left after buying the doll?
£8
£5
£7
£6
If you have £10 and spend £3 on a doll, you subtract £3 from £10 and are left with £7.
Question 7
8 loaves
5 loaves
6 loaves
2 loaves
When you add 4 loaves to 2 loaves, you get 6 loaves.
Question 8
On Monday, Jake saves £5. On Tuesday, he saves another £2. How much money has he saved in total?
£7
£3
£6
£8
When you add £5 and £2, you get £7. So Jake has saved £7 in total.
Question 9
Lucy has 2 cuddly toys. She buys another 3 at the shop. How many cuddly toys does she have now?
1 cuddly toy
5 cuddly toys
4 cuddly toys
6 cuddly toys
When you add 3 to 2, you get 5. So Lucy now has 5 cuddly toys.
Question 10
Dad has 10 pencils, He gives 4 to you. How many pencils does Dad have left?
14 pencils
7 pencils
6 pencils
5 pencils
When you subtract 4 from 10, you get 6.
Author:  Graeme Haw