Common Core: 1st Grade Math : Word Problems: Addition of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum is 20 or Less: CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.OA.A.2

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Example Question #1 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

Emily has  blueberries,  strawberries, and  raspberries on her plate. How many total pieces of fruit does she have? 

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Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total pieces of fruit Emily has when we put the blueberries, strawberries, and rapsberries together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #2 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

The grocery store has  bottles of soda,  bottles of juice, and  bottles of water. How many total bottles do they have? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total bottles the store has been we put the juice, soda, and water bottles together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #3 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

Suzzy finds  coins under her couch,  in a drawer, and  sitting out on the table. How many total coins does she have? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total coins Suzzy found when she puts all the coins together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #4 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

The carnival game has  different sizes of bears for prizes.  small bears,  medium bears, and  large bears. How many total bears does the carnival game have? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total bears the carnival game has when we put the three sizes together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #5 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

The gumball machine has  red gumballs,  green gumballs, and  yellow gumballs. How many total gumballs are in the machine? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total gumballs there are when we put all the colors together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #6 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

There are three pots of flowers in Hannah’s yard. The first pot has  flowers, the second pot has  flowers, and the third pot as  flowers. How many flowers are in all three pots? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total flowers there are in all the pots put together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #7 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

During my hockey game, I scored  points in the first quarter, no points in the second quarter, and  points in the third quarter. How many total points did I score? 

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Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total points were scored when we put all the points together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Example Question #8 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

My candy basket has  sucker,  chocolate bars, and  gummies. How many total pieces of candy do I have? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many pieces of candy when I put the sucker, chocolate and gummies together. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #9 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

Lindsey’s family is going on vacation. She packs  bags, her dad packs  bag, and her mom packs  bags. How many total bags are they taking on their vacation? 

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Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total bags the family has altogether. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

Example Question #10 : Word Problems: Addition Of Three Whole Numbers Whose Sum Is 20 Or Less: Ccss.Math.Content.1.Oa.A.2

Amy’s street has three houses on it. The first house has  bedrooms, the second house has  bedrooms, and the third house has  bedrooms. How many total bedrooms do the three houses have? 

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Correct answer:

Explanation:

This is an addition problem because we want to know how many total rooms are in the three houses altogether. When we put things together we are adding. 

We can start at  and count up .

Then we can count up .

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