1. 
Nicholas made sixteen cupcakes. He gave ten cupcakes to his friends. How many cupcakes did he have left?


2. 
Jonathan has twelve valentines. Half of them are red. How many valentines are red?


3. 
Julia made five cards with hearts. She made nine cards with flowers. She also made cards with birds. If she made a total of twentyone cards, how many cards with birds did she make?


4. 
Mrs. Harris had twentytwo chocolate hearts. She gave eighteen hearts to her students. How many hearts did she have left?


5. 
I like to make Valentine cards for my friends instead of buying them. I bought a pack of construction paper that has thirtysix pieces in it. I messed up five of the pieces of paper. There are eighteen children in my class besides me. How many pieces of construction paper will I have left after I make cards for everyone in my class?


6. 
My friends are all going to bring some candy to our Valentine party. I hope I get a lot of candy hearts! My teacher says that she likes chocolate candy the best. There are thirtyfour candy hearts in each box. If I buy two boxes of candy, how many candy hearts will I have all together?

