1. 
Each pack of gum has 6 cards in it. If Stephanie bought 4 packs of gum, how many cards could he add to his collection?


2. 
We rode the sled down the hill in the snow. There were 5 sleds with 2 people on each sled. How many people were sledding all together?


3. 
Grace read many books this summer. She read 9 books each month. She read during June, July, and August. How many books did Grace read in all?


4. 
I had to stretch my mind to imagine an orchard full of cherry trees. I imagined 9 rows of trees with 8 cherry trees in each row. How many cherry trees did I imagine all together?


5. 
Madison sold 6 rabbits for 3 dollars each. How much money did Madison earn by selling her rabbits?


6. 
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7. 
Amber likes giving things to her friends. She gave 5 bookmarks to each of her 4 best friends. How many bookmarks did she give?


8. 
We decided that before the bell sounded we should count the number of students present in the cafeteria. There were 7 boys. There were twice as many girls. How many students were there in all?

