### Give and Take

**Question 1**:

**Fill in the blanks**

**Answer**:

A jump from 2 to 12 is like taking **1** step.

**Question 2**:

**How many steps did I go in all?**

**Answer**:

21 steps overall.

**FIND MY FOOD**

**Question 1**:

**Fill in the blanks**

**Answer**:

a) 10 less than 34 is **24**.

b) 53 – 20 = **33**

c) 11 more than 31 is **42**.

d) 11 less than 66 is **55**.

e) 62 + 13 = **75**

f) 23 less than 89 is **66.**

g) 10 and 40 more is **50**.

h) 9 added to 28 gives **37**.

i) The sum of 9 and 44 is **53**.

j) Reducing 98 by 34 gives **64**.

k) 4 and 37 more is **41**.

l) Take 35 away from 83. We get **48**.

**Question 2**:

**Fill in the blanks**

**Answer**:

37 + 9 = **46**

65 – 30 = **35**

**67** = 46 + 21

**57** = 87 – 30

66 – **55** = 11

45 + **54 **= 99

**49** + 26 = 75

**56 **– 21 = 35

36 = **27 **+ 9

40 + **36 **= 76

98 = **48** + 50

57 – **37** = 20

**ADDING MADE EASY**

**Question 1**:

**See if you can do the same with these sums.**

**Answer**:

**LET ME TELL YOU A STORY……….**

**Question 1**:

**Fill in the blanks**

**Answer**:

33 + 42 = **75**

19 + 61 = **80**

**90** = 48 + 42

**60** = 33 + 27

**97** = 34 + 63

**117 **= 53 + 64

55 + 25 = **80**

67 + 25 = **92**

72 + 56 = **128**

**Question 2**:

**The old deer said — we were 240 in number, now how many are we in all?**

**Answer**:

**Question 3**:

**Can you guess now, if the baby lion will go back home? Has the baby lion eaten up any animal?**

**Answer**:

No, the baby lion can not go home now. There were 240 animals but now there are only 237 of them. The baby lion has eaten 240 – 237 = 3 animals.

**HOW MANY BULBS**?

**Question 1**:

**A shopkeeper Rafi had 153 candles. Paras gave him 237 more candles. How many candles does Rafi have now?**

**Answer**:

**Question 2**:

**Is the sum more than 400 or less than 400?**

**Answer**:

No, the sum is less than 400.

**Question A**:

**A train compartment is carrying 132 people. Another compartment is carrying 129 people. In all, how many people are there in both the compartments?**

**Answer**:

Number of people in first compartment= 132

Number of people in second compartment= 129

1 3 2

+ 1 2 9

________

**2 6 1** people are there in total.

**Question B**:

**Shanu found 138 pebbles. Karim found 44 pebbles. How many pebbles did they find in all?**

**Answer**:

1 3 8

+ 4 4

________

1 8 2 pebbles in total.

**Question C**:

**A teacher kept a note of which fruits students like in her school. This is what she found:**

**Find out:**

**(a) How many students in the school like oranges?**

**(b) How many students in the school like mangoes?**

**(c) Altogether, how many students are there in the school?**

**(d) Is the number of girls more than 350 or less than 350?**

**Answers**:

(a) Number of students who like oranges = 136 + 128 = 264

(b) Number of students who like mangoes = 240 + 243 = 483

(c) Total number of students in the school = Total number of girls + Total number of boys

= (136 + 240) + (128 + 243)

= 376 + 371

= 747

(d) Number of girls = 136 + 240 = 376

Thus, the number of girls is more than 350.

**PRACTICE TIME**

**Question A**:

**(i) 345 + 52 (iv) 643 + 345**

**(ii) 492 + 29 (v) 750 + 219**

**(iii) 245 + 93**

**Answer**:

(i) 397

(ii) 521

(iii) 338

(iv) 988

(v) 969

**Question B**:

**Fill in the blanks**

**Answer**:

**Question**:

**Fill in the blanks**

**Answer**:

**Question**:

**Can you solve this puzzle?**

**Write the numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 in the circles, so that the sum of the numbers on each side of the figure is 12.**

**Answer**:

**Question**:

**Do the sums mentally**

**Answer**:

**Question**:

**Draw a line through the numbers which are answers written in the boxes above.**

**Answer**:

**CARD GAME**

**Question**:

**Here are the cards for you. Work out the combination. Place the cards in the right boxes.**

**Answer**: