Sample Grade One Math Stories - Lesson Three Worksheet

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Math Stories - Lesson 3

Sample

 1 Our teacher had fourteen pieces of paper on her desk. The wind blew papers off of her desk. Her desk now only has seven pieces of paper. How many pieces of paper did the wind blow off of her desk?
 2 Megan has six roses in a pot. Rachel has three roses in her pot. How many more roses does Megan have?
 3 Dad came back from the store with one box of beans, three bags of corn and one can of beets. How many items did Dad have in all?
 4 Elizabeth has two red fish, three goldfish and one black fish. How many fish does Elizabeth have in all?
 5 The strong wind blew down five trees on our road. The storm also blew down six trees at our school. How many trees were blown down in all?
 6 Danielle pulled our cat's tail two times and our dog's tail four times. How many times did Danielle pull a tail in all?