Here are some problems to solve.

**Logan has 12,850 crayons. Sophia has 10,739 crayons.**

**How many more crayons does Sophia have than Logan?**

**Ellia has 1,258 more crayons than Sophia has. How many crayons does Ellia have?**

**If Logan, Sophia and Ellia put all their crayons together, how many crayons will that be?**

**Ella has 10,000 Legos for a building project. She used 7,573 of her Legos to make a cute monster. How many Legos were left?**

**Olive baked 1,115 muffins.**

**Charlie baked 11 times as many. How many muffins did Charlie bake?**

**Olive baked some blueberry muffins and some apple muffins. If 658 of the muffins were blueberry, how many of them were apple?**

Leave your answers in a comment below or post your work on your own blog.

As always keep – mathing on!