ID 125

One pack of pencils has 4 pencils.

Another pack has 11 pencils.

How many more pencils are in the second pack?

ID 129

Anna has fourteen strawberries.

She eats five of them.

Which number sentence shows how many strawberries Anna has left?

ID 137

ID 140

Anna's pencil is 14 centimeters long.

Bob's pencil is 3 centimeters longer than Anna's.

Cecilia's pencil is 4 centimeters shorter than Bob's.

Daniel's pencil is 3 centimeters longer than Cecilia's.

Who has the shortest pencil?

ID 152

ID 153

ID 156

The girl is twice as tall as her dog.

Her dog's height is 70 cm.

How tall is she?

Remember, there may be more than one correct answer.

ID 165

ID 171

ID 176

The chessboard consists of squares arranged in two alternating colors (light and dark).

Which is true?

ID 183

There are 3 groups.

There are 2 kittens in each group.

Which sentence helps us to count the total number of kittens?

ID 186

Anna bought 28 jellybeans.

She wanted to give half of them to Bill.

She gave 19 of them to Bill.

Is that the correct number of jellybeans?

ID 191

ID 192

We need three different colors of fabric to make a flag of the United State of America.

How many colors of fabric do we need to make two USA flags?

ID 1093

Anna is making a pattern with beads.

There are 6 black and 4 white beads on the string.

She puts 6 more beads on the string at the right.

How many white beads in all will be on the string?

ID 1227

Henrietta the Hen lays eggs this week.

There are more than 3 eggs.

There are fewer than 6 eggs.

There are not 5 eggs.

How many eggs does Henrietta lay?

ID 1438

ID 1531

ID 2121

ID 2141

A farmer has 8 sheep.

He buys three times more than he originally had.

How many sheep does he have now?

ID 2507

Anna lives in an apartment building.

There are three levels above her and one level below her.

How many levels are there in the building?

ID 2509

Anna lives in an apartment building.

There are six levels above her and five levels below her.

How many levels are there in the building?

ID 2530

One pack of pencils has 14 pencils.

Another pack has 31 pencils.

How many more pencils are in the second pack?

ID 2532

One pack of pencils has 12 pencils.

Another pack has 31 pencils.

How many more pencils are in the second pack?

ID 2547

Anna has sixteen strawberries.

She eats seven of them.

Which number sentence shows how many strawberries Anna has left?

ID 2548

Anna has seventeen strawberries.

She eats seven of them.

Which number sentence shows how many strawberries Anna has left?

ID 2549

Anna has nineteen strawberries.

She eats seven of them.

Which number sentence shows how many strawberries Anna has left?

ID 2563

ID 2564

ID 2565

ID 2566

ID 2572

Anna's pencil is 14 centimeters long.

Bob's pencil is 4 centimeters longer than Anna's.

Cecilia's pencil is 3 centimeters shorter than Bob's.

Daniel's pencil is 5 centimeters longer than Cecilia's.

Who has the shortest pencil?

ID 2573

Anna's pencil is 14 centimeters long.

Bob's pencil is 4 centimeters longer than Anna's.

Cecilia's pencil is 3 centimeters shorter than Bob's.

Daniel's pencil is 5 centimeters longer than Cecilia's.

Who has the longest pencil?

ID 2584

ID 2591

ID 2592

ID 2593

ID 2594

ID 2611

ID 2617

The chessboard consists of squares arranged in two alternating colors (light and dark).

Which is true?

ID 2628

Anna bought 28 jellybeans.

She wanted to give half of them to Bill.

She gave 9 of them to Bill.

Is that the correct number of jellybeans?

ID 2629

Anna bought 28 jellybeans.

She wanted to give half of them to Bill.

She gave 13 of them to Bill.

Is that the correct number of jellybeans?

ID 2630

Anna bought 28 jellybeans.

She wanted to give half of them to Bill.

She gave 14 of them to Bill.

Is that the correct number of jellybeans?

ID 2655

One pack of pencils has 5 pencils.

Two other packs have 14 pencils each.

What is the total number of pencils in these three packs?

ID 2657

One pack of pencils has 4 pencils.

Two other packs have 17 pencils each.

What is the total number of pencils in these three packs?

ID 2678

ID 2715

The Smith family went on a horseback trip.

All together, there were 54 legs.

How many people were on the trip?

ID 2717

The Smith family went on a horseback trip.

All together, there were 36 legs.

How many people were on the trip?

ID 2719

Anna's desk is in the second row from the front and the fourth row from the back of the classroom.

The desks in the classroom are placed up in straight lines.

Her desk is also the third from the left and the first from the right.

How many students' desks are there?

ID 2730

The book has 125 pages.

Bill has read 49 pages.

How many pages does Bill have to read to finish his book?

ID 2735

ID 3250

In Morse code, each symbol is either a dot or a dash.

The Morse code was originally used around 1844 for long distance communication by electrical currents in wires, the telegraph.

Which character contains exactly three dashes?

ID 3469

Anna bought 27 jellybeans.

Eight of them were red and the rest were green.

How many green jellybeans did she buy?

ID 3471

ID 3527

ID 4529

ID 4600

Eleven girls went to Mrs. Smith's class.

If there were 2 more boys than girls, how many children were there in the class?

ID 4709

ID 4793

In a race, Jane finished second best, which was also second from last.

How many took part in the race?

ID 4801

ID 4945

ID 5475

What is the main difference between the pictures on the left page and on the right page?

The problem is similar to 100 Bongard Problems on visual pattern recognition.

ID 5689

Jane is saving up for a new doll. She puts 3 dollars in her piggy bank every Wednesday and 5 dollars every Friday. How many dollars will she save up in four weeks?

ID 5932

ID 5957

ID 6490

Gerry ties seven bundles of balloons.

Each of the bundles has 6 balloons.

How many balloons are there in all?

ID 6499

ID 6897

To write down the number TWELVE, you need six letters.

Which number needs as many letters as itself?

ID 6991

If Jane ate 1 blue berry from each row, and then Gerry ate 1 blue berry from each line, how many berries had been left?

ID 7023

ID 7034

ID 7098

ID 7116

ID 7143

Jane and Gerry made large balls of snow, then made snowmen from these balls.

If they have built 7 snowmen, how many balls did they make?

ID 7151