How Much in Total?
How many squirrels? 1 + 3 = 4 in total.

How Much in Total?

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Understanding and using the words associated with addition is an important first step when calculating. Recognizing that 'finding the total' means finding how much or how many there are altogether, especially when groups of numbers or objects are added, is important as 'total' is one of the first addition words elementary school children will encounter.

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1.
What is the total number of birds?
9
8
10
7
2 + 5 + 2 gives a total of 9
2.
How many children in total?
8
9
7
10
There are 10 children in total
3.
What is the total shown on the two dice?
3
4
7
10
4 + 3 gives a total of 7
4.
How many dogs in total?
5
6
7
8
There is a total of 5 dogs here
5.
How many stars in total?
8
4
6
9
4 + 4 gives a total of 8
6.
How many chocolates in total?
12
14
15
16
4 + 4 + 4 + 4 gives a total of 16
7.
What is the total number of crayons in this pot?
11
12
10
13
There is a total of 12 crayons
8.
What does 'total' mean?
A subtraction must be done
How many there are altogether
What you get when you divide the numbers
What you get if you count backwards
The total is how many there are altogether if you count or add everything together
9.
How many socks in total?
6
2
4
8
4 pairs of socks is a total of 8
10.
How many fish are there in total?
15
12
9
10
There is a total of 10 fish. Did you spot them all?
Author:  Angela Smith

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