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  1. Year 3 • Multiply a number by 2 and my answer is 24. • What number did I start with?

  2. Year 3 • Mary has 16 marbles and gives 7 to Meg. • How many marbles does she have left?

  3. Year 3 • Jill is 9 years old and her mum is 21 years older. • How old is her mum?

  4. Year 3 • I think of a number, double it and add 9. The answer is 35. • What number did I start with?

  5. Year 3 • There are 16 boys and 14 girls in a class. • 7 are absent how many are present?

  6. Year 3 • In the spring there were 6 ducks and 8 geese on the school pond. 2 ducks had 3 ducklings each. • How many birds were on the pond then?

  7. Year 3 • How many pence in £9.07? • How many pounds in 364p? • How many 5ps in 85p? • Name the fewest coins needed to make 78p. • How much change from £1.00 will I get if I spend 58p? • Carol bought 4 packets of crisps at 11p a packet. How much change did she get from £1.00?

  8. Year 3 • Which 4 coins will make 36p? • Name the amounts that 4 other coins will add up to • Jo waited at the bus stop for 15 minutes. And then had a bus journey of 25 minutes. • How long did it all take?

  9. Year 3Mrs. Holt’s class were hand printing. 6 used red paint and 4 used yellow (each used both hands)a) How many printed?b) How many prints were there?C) How many red fingers were there?

  10. Year 3 A cricket team has 11 members and 1 reserve (12th man). How many people will need lunch during a cricket match? Don’t forget the 2 umpires!

  11. Year 3 A centipede has 100 legs How many centipedes would you need to make 1,000 legs?

  12. Year 3 Playtime lasts 20 minutes. If Susan has to stay in to write the last 3 lines of her story, and it takes her 2 minutes to write each line, How many minutes play will she have?

  13. Year 3 A bottle of pop contains ½ l. Each cup contains 50 ml. There are 20 children in a class. How many bottles will you need so that everyone gets a drink?

  14. Year 3 A pack of buttons holds 32. Each jacket needs 6 buttons. How many jackets can you sew buttons on?

  15. Year 3 Sam’s not well. He has take on 5ml medicine three times a day. How much medicine does he take in 1 day? 3 days? The bottle contains 50 ml of medicine How many doses in the bottle? He was better after 2 days. How much medicine was there left in the bottle?

  16. Year 3 Claire went to the shops and bought 12 eggs, 5 cakes, 10 doughnuts and 6 rolls. How many things did she buy altogether?

  17. Year 3 There are 17 pineapples, 15 kiwi’s and 13 bananas in some boxes. How many pieces of fruit are there altogether?

  18. Year 3 Katie thinks of a number, halves it, and adds 10. The answer is 15. What is Katie’s number?

  19. Year 3 I think of a number, then subtract 15. The answer is 20. What is my number?

  20. Year 3 Nicola thinks of a number, doubles it, and adds 5. The answer is 35. What is Nicola’s number?

  21. Year 3 • Elephants eat 10 buns per day. • How many buns do 5 elephants eat in a day?

  22. Year 3 • You need 10 hazelnuts to flavour each loaf. • How many hazelnuts will we need for 10 loaves? • If it takes 5 minutes to collect 10 hazelnuts how long does it take to collect enough nuts to make 10 loaves?

  23. Year 3 • An Easter egg falls to the floor and breaks open. • 18 fun size bars of chocolate fall out. • 3 children pick them up. They each pick up a third. • How many bars of chocolate does each child have?

  24. Year 3 • Jane has to buy some milk (24p) and some bread (26p). • How much money does she need?

  25. Year 3 • Pikachu is having a fancy dress party. • He invites ten friends but one is unable to come. • Each friend is given a party bag containing 3 items. • How many items does Pikachu need to buy?

  26. Year 3 • There are 31 children in Year 2 and 27 children in Year 3. • 9 children move away to the Isle of Wight. • How many children are left in Year 2 and Year 3?

  27. Year 3 • A centurion leads 100 soldiers in battle. • How many soldiers would be led by 8 centurions?

  28. Year 3 • The football match started at 2:30pm. • The first half lasted for 45 minutes. • What time did the first half finish?

  29. Year 3 • There are 4 brown eggs and 3 white eggs in a fridge. • 2 are broken. • How many eggs can be used?

  30. Year 4 / 5 • There are 8 pigeons and 27 doves in a dovecote. • 12 doves decide to move out. • How many birds are left in the dovecote?