5th January continued

In Maths, we are practising addition. Make sure you line up the place value columns.

  1.  376 + 295 =
  2.  625 + 982 =
  3. 7238 + 1283 =
  4. 5217 + 349 =
  5. 7363 + 8316 =
  6. Kate has 38 toy cars. John has 105. How many toy cars do they have altogether? 
  7. A primary school has 165 children in the infants and 216 children in the juniors. How many children does the primary school have? 
  8. Three children play tiddlywinks. What was each child’s score? 

Yasmin 258 + 103 

Steven 177 + 92 

Micky 304 + 78 

Who was the winner?

4 A newsagent sells 272 newspapers in the morning and 155 in the afternoon. How many papers are sold altogether?

  1. A cinema audience is made up of 256 children and 149 children. How many people are watching the film?
  2. At a football match, there were 4,672 people in the North stand and 3,485 in the South stand. How many people were there watching the game?
  3. The mileage of a car is 7479 miles. In the next month it is driven a further 1962 miles. What is the mileage now?