Math Grade 1 Quiz word problems that call for addition of three whole numbers whose sum is less than or equal to 20 1.OA.A.2
Topic Description CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.OA.A.2: This standard focuses on solving word problems involving the addition of three whole numbers. The sum of these numbers should not exceed 20. To solve these problems, students can use various tools and methods such as objects, drawings, and equations. Additionally, there might be situations where the exact number is unknown, represented by a symbol, and students are expected to deduce this number from the given problem.
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John has 3 red apples, 4 green apples, and 5 yellow apples. How many apples does John have in total?
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Mia, Leah, and Sophie went to a candy store. Mia bought 4 candies, Leah bought 6 candies, and Sophie bought 7 candies. How many candies did they buy altogether?
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In a toy box, there are 5 toy cars, 3 toy dolls, and 6 toy blocks. How many toys are there in total?
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Three siblings shared their savings. The first sibling had $2, the second sibling had $6, and the third sibling had $8. How much money did they have in total?
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Lucas collected 7 seashells on Monday, 6 seashells on Tuesday, and 2 seashells on Wednesday. How many seashells did he collect in total?
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There are 3 birds on one tree, 4 birds on a second tree, and 5 birds on a third tree. How many birds are there in all?
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At a picnic, there were 5 sandwiches, 7 cookies, and 6 bottles of juice. How many items were there at the picnic?
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Sarah drew 4 triangles, 5 squares, and 3 circles. How many shapes did Sarah draw?
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In a basket, there are 4 oranges, 5 bananas, and 6 strawberries. How many fruits are in the basket?
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Three friends shared their collection of stickers. The first friend had 5 stickers, the second friend had 4 stickers, and the third friend had 6 stickers. How many stickers did they have altogether?
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