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Practice - Addition and Subtraction - 10

Hello young mathematicians! Are you ready for a fun-filled addition and subtraction quiz? Get your thinking hats on, and let's dive into the exciting world of numbers. We'll explore questions about apples, footballs, pounds, and even chocolate bars! Don't worry, we'll guide through each question and help you understand the solutions. Now, are you ready to become a maths superstar? Let's get started!
Question 1
Liam saves £2 every day for 5 days. How much money does he have?
£5
£7
£10
£15
If Liam saves £2 each day for 5 days, we multiply £2 by 5, which equals £10.
Question 2
If a chocolate bar costs £1 and you have £3, how many bars can you buy?
1
2
3
4
With £3, you can buy 3 bars because each one costs £1.
Question 3
George has 5 toy cars. His mother buys him 3 more. How many toy cars does he have now?
2
5
7
8
When George's mother buys him 3 more cars to add to his 5, you add 3 to 5 which equals 8.
Question 4
Poppy has 5 pencils and she gives 2 to her friend. How many pencils does she have left?
2
3
7
8
When Poppy gives 2 out of her 5 pencils away, you subtract 2 from 5, which leaves her with 3.
Question 5
You have £10 and your mum gives you £5. How much money do you have in total?
£15
£5
£10
£50
When you add £5 to £10, you get £15.
Question 6
Jenny has 2 stickers. Her friend gives her 3 more. How many stickers does she have now?
2
3
4
5
When Jenny adds her friend's 3 stickers to her 2, we have an addition of 2 + 3 which equals 5.
Question 7
Colin has 4 footballs and loses 1. How many footballs does he have left?
3
2
5
0
When Colin loses 1 football from his 4, we subtract 1 from 4, leaving him with 3.
Question 8
Tommy has 3 books and his sister gives him 4 more. How many books does he have now?
1
7
5
9
If his sister gives Tommy 4 more books to add to his 3, you add 4 to 3 which equals 7.
Question 9
If you have 5 apples and you eat 2, how many are left?
7
1
3
6
When you eat 2 out of 5 apples, you subtract 2 from 5, giving you 3 apples left.
Question 10
Sally has £10 and spends £4 on a toy. How much money does she have left?
£4
£5
£6
£14
If Sally spends £4 out of her £10, you subtract £4 from £10, leaving her with £6.
Author:  Graeme Haw