Sample Mother's Day Math Word Problems Worksheet
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 1 In the United States, Julia Ward Howe first suggested Mother's Day in 1872. In 1914 President Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day a national holiday. How many years was it from the time Mother's Day was first suggested in the United States until it was made a national holiday?
 2 Alexandra, Christina, Ashley, and Taylor are planning to take their mothers to the Pretty Poppy Restaurant for lunch on Mother's Day. The total cost for the 8 lunches will be \$112.00. What is the cost per person?
 3 John wants to buy flowers and a box of candy for his mother for Mother's Day. He has \$4.18 now, but that is only a fifth of the money he needs to buy the flowers and candy. How much does he need in all to buy the candy for his mother?
 4 Jordan made a new pink and white tablecloth as a present for Mother's Day. The tablecloth is sixty-seven inches long and twenty-eight inches wide. What is the area (in square inches) of the tablecloth?
 5 Kevin bought a bouquet of pink, yellow, and white roses for his mother on Mother's Day. Two-thirds of the roses are pink. If there are a dozen roses in the bouquet, how many of the roses are not pink?
 6 Megan and her mother are going to a mother-daughter party. The party begins at 3:22 p.m. Megan has to shower, get dressed, and style her hair before she goes. It is 1:53 p.m. now. Megan and her mother want to leave for the party at 3:04 p.m. How long does Megan have to get ready?

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