Math CatsStory Problems:Leopard #3 more story problems math cats explore

 (1) Road TripBeth lives in Rhode Island. She has to visit someone in Connecticut. On Monday she drives 30.4 miles. On Tuesday she drives 20.3 miles. How many miles did it take Beth to get there? (2) The Finger ProblemIf there are 13 children, how many fingers altogether? (3) The Foot ProblemThere are 11 children. How many toes? (4) StonesHi, I'm Michael. I have 96 stones and I lose half of them. How many do I have? (5) RunningWanda runs 12 km in 2 hours for 6 days of the week. How far did she run altogether? (6) Dogs and CatsIf there were 12 cats and 5 dogs how many legs are there all together? (7) CoinsDan has five quarters and ten dimes. How much money does he have? (8) Watch It!There were 2 tennis games. Each game had 2 balls. The coach had 7. Her mum had 2 in her pocket. There were 2 tennis ball tins that held 6 tennis balls each. One was only 2/3 full; the other was 1/3 full. How many tennis balls were there all together? (9) What's My Birthday?My birth month is 12 - 4. My birthdate is less than 20th but more than 10. It can be divided by 1, 2, 3, 6 and 9. What is my birthday?

Credits:
(1) Hannah, age 10, grade 4, Great Place to Learn, Miss Baillargeon's class, Swansea, Massachusetts, U.S., July 25, 2002
(2) Benjamin, (3) Mitchell, (4) Michael, (5) Amelia, all age 9, grade 3, Parklands College, Mrs. Severin's class, Cape Town, South Africa, August 1, 2002
(6) Summer, age 10, grade 4, August 1, 2002
(7) Nitin, age 10, grade 4, Oakridge Elementary School, Ms Partovi's class, Arlington, Virginia, U.S., August 5, 2002
(8) Frances, age 9, grade 3, Heidelberg Primary School, Mr. Jackson's class, Victoria, Australia, August 13, 2002
(9) HuiTing, YiFang, ShuFeng and Peiyi, age 11, grade 5, Poi Ching School, Mdm. Siti's class, Singapore, August 13, 2002