Arbordale Publishing
×
Home
eBook Access
Store
Books
eBooks
Latest News
Support
Login
Contact Us
Deep in the Desert
 Math Word Problems
1.
Every Bactrian camel has two humps. If a herd of eight camels is walking through the sand how many humps are there all together?
8
12
16
2.
At night the bat drinks nectar from four flowers on a cactus. Later, he drinks nectar from six flowers on a different cactus. How many flowers did the bat drink from that night?
6
10
9
3.
In the clan of meerkats nine pups are playing. Five pups run inside the burrow. How many pups are still playing?
4
5
6
4.
Gila monster finds a nest with six quail eggs and he eats some of them. If three eggs are left, how many did the Gila monster eat?
2
3
4
5.
Ten fennec foxes are sleeping in their den during the day. When night comes seven foxes go outside to hunt. How many fennec foxes are still sleeping in the den?
7
4
3
6.
Every javelina has four hooves. If three javelinas are eating cactus, how many hooves are there all together?
8
10
12
7.
Three hares shelter in a burrow with eight tortoises. How many more tortoises are there than hares?
5
7
11
8.
Two baby ostriches hatch from their eggs. If ten more ostrich eggs hatch, how many baby ostriches are there total?
12
10
8
9.
Thorny devil is hungry and he finds nine ants. If he eats three ants, how many ants are left?
3
6
5
10.
Fifteen cacti are growing in the desert. If the bighorn sheep eat from ten cacti, how many cacti did the sheep NOT eat from?
12
10
5
Back to Top
home

catalog

privacy policy

contact us