Math CatsStory Problems:House Cat #11 more story problems math cats explore

 (1) 700 Sailors700 sailors travelled on their ship. The boat stopped and 200 sailors got off. How many sailors are still on the boat? (2) BooksAlexandra has 15 books. Randi has 12 books. How many books do Alexandra and Randi have all together? (3) Jordon's CollectionJordon has 10 baseballs and 8 jerseys. Two friends came over. He gave 1 jersey to Michael and 2 baseballs to Matthew. How many baseballs does he have left? (4) A Story About BirdsMary has 18 blue jays and 15 parritos. How many birds does she have in all? (5) Traveling to SchoolThere are 12 bus riders and 9 car riders, plus 5 walkers. How many kids are there in all? (6) Kids at SchoolThere were 24 kids in one class room and 34 in another room. How many kids in all? (7) The Cookie JarMatt has 28 cookies and he gave 5 cookies to his friend. How many cookies does he have? (8) The BusThere are 40 people on the school bus. Eight more people got on. How many people are on the bus now? (9) MarblesBrittany has 6 marbles and I have 12 marbles. If I get another package with 6 in it how many would we have in all? (10) BasketballThere are twenty-seven basketballs in the yard. Tia took four out of the yard. How many basketballs are left?

Credits:
(1) Natalina, age 10, grade 4, St. Patrick's School, Mrs. Hermen's class, Blacktown NSW, Australia
October 1, 2002
(2) Randi, age 10, grade 5, Salyers Elementary School, Mrs. Hester's class, Spring, Texas, 2002, October 4, 2002
(3) Jonathan and (4) Shanice, age 10; (5) Chernita and (6) Haley, age 9; (7) Curtis D., age 10; (8) Christy V. and (9) Matthew, age 9; (10) Tia Rosa, age 10; all in grade 4, North Harlem Elementary School, Mrs. Curtis's class, Harlem, Georgia, October 3 - 9, 2002