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20 + 20 =     40
4 + 10 =     14

$6 + square = 11$
$square + 6 = 11$

Which number should go where the $square$ is in each addition sentence?
1. 4
2. 5
3. 6
What is 2 + 10?
1. 20
2. 12
3. 10
4. 14
6      + 6 = 12
You have 4 apples. You pick up 2 more apples that fell off the tree. How many apples do you now have?
1. 3
2. 2
3. 6
4. 8
60 + 40 =
1. 100
2. 99
3. 90
4. 110
6 + 7 =
1. 16
2. 14
3. 2
4. 13
6 + 6 =     12
On Wednesday you saw 12 robins on a tree and 7 robins on another tree. How many robins did you see altogether?
1. 5
2. 19
3. 8
4. 17
5 + 6 =     11
20 + 4 =
1. 22
2. 19
3. 24
4. 10
Maria was counting pens in her desk. She saw 4 blue and 3 red pens.
Which number sentence can you use to show how many pens Maria saw in all?
1. 4 + 3 =
2. 7 - 3 =
3. 4 - 3 =
4. 7 + 3 =
10 + 4 =
1. 5
2. 14
3. 11
4. 7
9 + 9
1. 10
2. 15
3. 18
4. 20
3 + __ = 10
1. 6
2. 4
3. 8
4. 7
What happens when you add zero to any number?
1. You get the same number.
2. You get a number that is less.
3. You get 1 more than that number.
4. You get a number that is greater.
18 + 4 =
1. 22
2. 21
3. 19
4. 15