1. 
Jasmine and her father went to the zoo on Father's Day. They saw thirteen monkeys, twelve parrots, two elephants, three giraffes, five seals, fourteen snakes, two leopards, three lions, and four bats. How many animals did they see in all?


2. 
Christopher wants to build a small table. He will give it to his father on Father's Day. He needs four pieces of wood for the legs. Each piece of wood is seven inches long. How many inches of wood does he need altogether for the legs?


3. 
Mrs. Grant's class is making Father's Day cards. She has a package of green paper with twentyeight sheets in it. There are fourteen students in her class. If each student uses one piece of paper, how many pieces of green paper will be left?


4. 
The first grade classes are making a banner for the Father's Day party. Each child dips 1 hand in paint and puts it on the banner paper to make a handprint, then writes his/her name on the print. There are twentytwo children in Mr. Hansell's class, sixteen in Ms. Miles' class, and seventeen in Mr. Freeman's class. How many handprints will there be on the banner?


5. 
Joshua is making a beaded belt for his father. It takes two hundred one beads to make a belt. Joshua has five hundred sixtynine beads. After the belt is finished, how many beads will he have left over?


6. 
Brittany went to the store. She bought a book for her father. The book cost two dollars and thirtynine cents. She gave the clerk five dollars. How much change did she get?

