A day out
1. Jim's alarm goes off at 8 o'clock. Two hours later he leaves the house. What time does he leave?
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2. Jim and Becky leave their home at 10 o'clock. They arrive at the park at 10:30am. How long did it take to walk to the park?
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3. They find that the icecream shop does not open until 11.30am. How long do they have to wait until it is open?
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4. At 12.30pm they play football for 10 minutes, and then have a break for 10 minutes. What time is it then?
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5. At 2pm, Jim says "I'm going for an hour's bikeride around the park". He arrives back at 3.20pm. How many minutes late is he?
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6. They were out from 10am until 4pm. How many hours were they out altogether?
Problems
Work out the answer to the problems. Show your working out.
1. Billy has 11 sweets. He eats 8. How many does he have left?
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2. Tom has 15 Pokémon cards. His mam gives him 6 more. How many does he have now?
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3. Sarah has 9 smarties, but Kate has 18. How many more smarties does Kate have?
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4. A donut costs 25p. How much change do you get from 30p?
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5. Class 3 have 12 cartons of milk and class 4 have 14. How many do they have altogether?
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6. Class 1 eat 26 pieces of toast and class 2 eat 20 pieces of toast. How many do they eat altogether?
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7. 30 apples fall from a tree. 10 were bad and 3 were eaten by birds. How many were left to eat?
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8. Julie bought a toy at 10p and a chocolate bar at 25p. How much change did she get from 50p?
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9. Bob had 8 lego bricks, and then he was given 9 more, but his little brother lost three of them. How many bricks did Bob now have?
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10. Tracy had 26 biscuits. She gave 10 to her sister and three were broken in the packet. How many whole ones did she have left?
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Problems
Work out the answer to the problems. Show your working out. These are involve multiplying or sharing
1. John bought two pencils at 10p each. How much did he spend?
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2. Four friends had eight cakes to share. How many did they get each?
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3. Rachel has three packs of Pokémon with 6 stickers in each. How many does she have altogether?
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4. A farm has three sheep in each cage. There are 3 cages. How many sheep do they have altogether?
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5. Susie has three cats. How many legs do they have altogether?
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6. Richard has 2 packets of sweets with 12 sweets in each. How many are there altogether?
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Richard has 4 friends. How many will they get each?
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