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!