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Fairy Tale- Problem Solving Little Red Riding Hood walked from her house to Grandmas house which is a total of 20m. She stopped half way to pick some flowers for Grandma. How far had she walked so far? After visiting Grandma she went back home. How far had she walked altogether?

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Fairy Tale- Problem Solving Snow White found a cottage in a wood. Inside she found 7 beds. There was one quilt and one pillow on each. How many quilts and pillows were there altogether? She went into the kitchen and saw seven plates. Each plate had a knife, fork and spoon. What was the total number of knives, forks and spoons? She went into the garage and saw 7 cars. Each had 4 wheels. How many wheels were there altogether?

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Fairy Tale- Problem Solving Cinderella went to the ball at 8 O'clock. Inside the ballroom there were 23 men (including Prince Charming) and 26 women (including Cinderella). How many people were there altogether? How many dancing pairs were there? (1 Man and 1 Women) How many people have no-one to dance with?

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Fairy Tale- Problem Solving Cinderella Cont.. At 11 Oclock 4 people were tired and went home. How many were left? At 12 Oclock 6 more people went home. How many were left? Cinderella heard the clock chime 12 Oclock and ran away. How long had she been at the ball?

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Fairy Tale- Problem Solving Pinocchio Pinocchio's nose grows 2cm each time he tells a lie. On Monday he met Geppeto, Jiminy Cricket and his teacher. He told 2 lies to Geppeto, 1 lie to Jiminy Cricket and 5 lies to his teacher! What a naughty boy! How many lies did he tell altogether? What length did Pinocchio's nose increase by?

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Reception/Year 1 1) There are 2 apple trees in an orchard. Each tree has 4 apples on it. How many apples are there altogether?

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Reception/Year 1 1) There are 2 apple trees in an orchard. Each tree has 4 apples on it. How many apples are there altogether? 2) Tom goes in to a shop. He buys a sweet for 2p and a drink for 10p. How much has Tom spent? Extension: He gives the shop keeper 20p how much change does he get?

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Reception/Year 1 3) There are 20 sweets in the jar, Sam eats 7 sweets how many are left?

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Reception/Year 1 3) There are 20 sweets in the jar, Sam eats 7 sweets how many are left? 4a) In the field near Jane's house there are 6 sheep and 10 cows. How many animals are there altogether?

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Reception/Year 1 3) There are 20 sweets in the jar. Sam eats 7 sweets. How many are left? 4a) In the field near Jane's house there are 6 sheep and 10 cows. How many animals are there altogether? 4b) The farmer takes 5 of the cows away in a trailer. How many animals are left in the field now?

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Reception Year 1 5) Sarah leaves the house at 8 Oclock. It takes her half an hour to walk to school. What time does she get to school?

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Reception/Year 1 5) Sarah leaves the house at 8 Oclock. It takes her half an hour to walk to school. What time does she get to school? 6) Charlotte invited 12 children to her party. 4 children couldnt come. How many children were at her party?

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Reception/Year 1 7) Today 10 children had school lunches and 8 children had a packed lunch. How many children were at school today?

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Reception/Year 1 7) Today 10 children had school lunches and 8 children had a packed lunch. How many children were at school today? 8) Melanie had 10 sweets. She gave 6 to Chloe. How many sweets did Melanie have left?

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Reception Year 1 7) Today 10 children had school lunches and 8 children had a packed lunch. How many children were at school today? 8) Melanie had 10 sweets. She gave 6 to Chloe. How many sweets did Melanie have left? 9) Daniel had 18 Pokemon cards. His Dad gave him 10 more. How many cards does Daniel have now?

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1) There are 4 girls and 3 boys in the classroom. How many children are there altogether?

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2) Two children have 5 sweets each. How many sweets do they have altogether?

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1) There are 4 girls and 3 boys in the classroom. How many children are there altogether? 2) Two children have 5 sweets each. How many sweets do they have altogether? 3) 4 girls and 2 boys go home on Martins bus. Martin gets off first. How many children left on the bus?

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Fishing Problems (Addition) 1. There were 6 children in the sea 4 more came to swim. How many altogether?

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Fishing Problems (Addition) 1. There were 6 children in the sea 4 more came to swim. How many altogether? 2. 4 blue fish and 7 red fish. How many altogether?

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Fishing Problems (Addition) 1. There were 6 children in the sea 4 more came to swim. How many altogether? 2. 4 blue fish and 7 red fish. How many altogether? 3. There were 3 sharks and 12 fish swimming in the sea. How many fish altogether?

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Fishing Problems (subtraction) 1. A shark had 10 white teeth and 3 teeth fell out. How many teeth are left?

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Fishing Problems (subtraction) 1. A shark had 10 white teeth, 3 teeth fell out. How many teeth are left? 2. There were 10 beach balls in the sea. The shark popped 6 balls. How many left?

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Fishing Problems (subtraction) 1. A shark had 10 white teeth, 3 teeth fell out. How many teeth are left? 2. There were 10 beach balls in the sea. The shark popped 6 balls. How many left? 3. There were 9 children swimming. The crab pinched 6 childrens toes. How many children didnt get pinched?

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Fishing Problems (subtraction) 4. There were 10 boats bobbing on the sea. 4 boats sank in the storm. How many boats were left?

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Fishing Problems (subtraction) 4. There were 10 boats bobbing on the sea. 4 boats sank in the storm. How many boats were left? 5. There were 8 lobsters on the bottom. 5 lobsters got caught, How many were left?

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Money problems 1. I have 10p and I spend 7p on a car. How much change do I get?

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Money problems 1. I have 10p and I spend 7p on a car. How much change do I get? 2. I buy a chocolate bar for 4p and an apple for 6p. How much altogether?

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Money problems 1. I have 10p and I spend 7p on a car. How much change do I get? 2. I buy a chocolate bar for 4p and an apple for 6p. How much do I spend altogether? 3.I spend 6p on sweets and 7p on chews. What is the total spent? 3. I spend 6p on sweets and 7p on chews. What is the total spent?

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Money problems 4. I buy a 9p ball and a 15p doll. How much do they cost altogether?

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Money problems 4. I buy a 9p ball and a 15p doll. How much do they cost altogether? 5. I have 10p. I buy a ball for 6p. How much change do I get?

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Money problems 4. I buy a 9p ball and a 15p doll. How much do they cost altogether? 5. I have 10p. I buy a ball for 6p. How much change do I get? 6. I had a 20p piece. I bought a bat for 12p. How much money did I have left?

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