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Animal Noses
 Math Word Problems
1.
A grizzly bear is looking for her cubs. She finds one next to a tree. She finds one more next to a picnic table. How many cubs does she have total?
1
2
3
2.
Two shrews sit next to each other in a garden. Two more shrews join them. Each shrew has one nose. How many noses are there total?
2
4
6
3.
A whitetailed deer is hiding from a wolf in a forest. It notices that four more wolves appear. How many wolves are there all together?
5
6
7
4.
Seven beavers are swimming together in a pond. Two beavers leave the water to take a break from swimming. How many beavers are still swimming in the pond?
1
3
5
5.
An opossum is very hungry, so it looks for food in garbage cans. In each garbage can, it finds two apples. The opossum went through five garbage cans. How many apples total did the opossum find?
6
10
12
6.
A frog is sitting on a lily pad in a pond. There are more frogs that join it. There are now fifteen frogs, including the first one. How many frogs joined the first one?
5
10
14
7.
There are three turtles relaxing by a lake. The number of turtles sitting by the lake triples. How many turtles are there total?
9
10
11
8.
A male moth is flying in the air. Using his feathery antennae, he notices six female moths gathered by a light bulb on a porch. When the male moth approaches the female moths, five of them fly away. How many female moths remain?
Two
One
Zero
9.
A snake is slithering in a backyard. It notices kittens playing. Five kittens notice the snake and follow it around the backyard. Another five kittens decide to follow the snake. How many kittens total are following the snake?
five
seven
ten
10.
Four opossums find a large pile of insects. Each take ten insects. How many insects were there total?
Fourty
Fifty
Sixty
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