**Card 1**

1. Solve the examples:

8 + 13 = 17 + 1 = 3 + 17 = 12+ 2 =

16 – 4 = 13 – 5 = 8 – 7 = 17- 6 =

2. Solve the problem.

There are nine apple trees and pears growing in an orchard. How many pears grow in the orchard if it is known that there are 7 more pears than apples?

3. Solve a problem.

The tailor needed 3 m more cloth to make a shirt and he needed 3 m more cloth to make a suit than the shirt. How many meters of cloth did the tailor need to sew the suit?

4. Solve the problem.

Misha has 12 rubles in his right pocket, and Kostya has 4 rubles less in his left pocket than Misha. How much money does Kola have?

5. Solve the problem.

Mother has collected 18 cucumbers from her garden, and Olga has collected 9 fewer cucumbers than her mother. How many cucumbers did Olga pick?

6. Continue the number line: 18 , 15 , 12 , …

7. Compare the values by inserting … instead of dots. <“, “>” or “=”.

1 dm … 10 cm 17 dm 1 mm 17 cm

1 dm 8 cm … 8 cm 3 cm … 30 mm

**Card 2**

1. Solve the examples:

18 + 1 = 9 + 6 = 12 + 5 = 8 + 3 =

12 – 8 = 13 – 9 = 8 – 2 = 16 – 7 =

2. Solve the problem.

Yesterday 9 boxes of bananas were brought to the store. Today there are 7 more crates than yesterday. How many cases of bananas were brought to the store today?

3. Solve the problem.

Kolya lives on the seventh floor, and Nina lives eight floors higher. On which floor does Nina live?

4. Solve the problem.

From the garden Daddy has brought 16 kg of potatoes. How many kg of carrots did my mother bring, if you know that my mother brought 4 kg less carrots than my father did?

5. Solve the problem.

On the first day the store sold 12 shirts, but on the second day it sold 5 shirts less than on the first day. How many shirts did the store sell on the second day?

6. Continue the number line: 15 , 11 , 7 , …

7. Compare the values by inserting “<” , “>” , “>” instead of “dots”. signs “<“, “>” or “=”:

1 dm 1 mm … 9 cm 9 mm 17 dm … 16 cm 9 mm

1 dm 1 cm … 12 cm 4 cm 1 mm … 41 mm

**Card 3**

1. Solve the examples:

8 + 9 = 14 + 6 = 12 + 5 = 15 + 3 =

14 – 8 = 20 – 9 = 18 – 6 = 9 – 4 =

2. Solve the problem:

Valya lives on the 17th floor and Misha lives 12 floors below. On which floor does Misha live?

3. Solve the problem:

Vova has found 14 porcini mushrooms in the forest, and Grandma has found 8 more porcini mushrooms. How many ceps did his grandmother find in the forest?

4. Solve a problem:

In gym class, Misha did 18 push-ups from the floor, and Sasha did 6 fewer push-ups than Misha. How many push-ups did Sasha do in gym class?

5. Solve the problem:

A cat and a cat live in Kolya’s house. The cat is 15 years old, and the cat is 8 years younger than the cat. How old is the cat?

6. Continue the number line:

4 , 8 , 12 , … , …

7. Compare the lengths by inserting instead of dots … signs “<“, “>” or “=”:

1 dm 1 cm 1 mm … 10 cm 10 mm 28 dm … 27 cm 9 mm

1 dm 4 cm … 15 cm 3 cm 8 mm … 40 mm

**Card 4**

1. Solve the examples:

19 + 1 = 6 + 16 = 8 + 11 = 14 + 2 =

19 – 1 = 9 – 7 = 18 – 3 = 20 – 4 =

2. Solve the problem:

Vasya bought a fruit ice and paid 8 rubles. Kolya bought chocolate ice cream and paid 6 rubles more than Vasya. How much does the chocolate ice cream cost?

3. Solve the problem:

At the market, Grandma bought 9 kg of tomatoes and several kg of peppers. How many kg of peppers did your grandma buy, if she knows that she bought 4 kg less peppers than tomatoes?

4. Solve the problem:

Misha assembles a Lego set in 18 minutes, and Kolya assembles the same set 3 minutes faster. In how many minutes does Kolya build the Lego set?

5. Solve the problem:

Grade 2 collected 18 kg of waste paper, and Grade 1 collected 7 kg less waste paper than Grade 2. How many kg of waste paper did the 1st class collect?

6. Continue the number line:

2 , 5 , 8 , … , …

7. Compare the lengths by inserting instead of dots … signs “<“, “>” or “=”:

1 mm 9 cm … 1 cm 9 mm 2 dm 1 mm … 2 dm 1 cm

1 dm … 9 cm 3 cm 0 mm … 30 m

**Topic: “Tens and ones, composition of numbers”**

**Card 1**

1. Decompose numbers into tens and ones:

59 = … tens … units 48 = … tens … units 19 = … tens … units

94 = … tens … units 64 = … tens … units 77 = … tens … units

18 = … tens … units 24 = … tens … units 89 = … tens … units

2. Draw two segments whose lengths are 4 cm and 9 cm. By how many centimeters is one segment longer than the other?

3. Solve the examples:

58 + 9 = 43 + 8 = 7 + 15 =

42 – 30 = 89 – 40 = 72 – 50 =

4. Solve the problem:

The first team picked 48 kg of oranges, and the second team picked 30 kg more oranges than the first team. How many kg of oranges did the second brigade pick?

5. Solve the problem:

Ninety-seven bottles of Fanta were brought to the store. 40 bottles of Fanta were sold. How many bottles of Fanta are left in the store?

**Card 2**

1. Decompose the numbers into tens and ones:

39 = … tens … units 92 = … tens … units 17 = … tens … units

38 = … tens … units 23 = … ten … units 89 = … tens … units

27 = … tens … units 59 = … tens … units 28 = … tens … units

2. Draw two segments with lengths of 5 cm and 8 cm. By how many centimeters is one segment longer than the other?

3. Solve the examples:

42 + 9 = 27 + 7 = 33 + 5 =

51 – 20 = 69 – 50 = 48 – 40 =

4. Solve the problem:

The pastry chef baked 50 buns in one shift, but his apprentice baked 10 fewer buns in the same amount of time. How many buns did the pastry chef’s apprentice bake during his shift?

5. Solve the problem:

In one hour Grisha solved 25 problems, and Dina solved two less problems than Grisha. How many problems did Dina solve in one hour?

**Card 3**

1. Decompose numbers into tens and ones:

67 = … tens … units 92 = … tens … units 38 = … tens … units

86 = … tens … units 18 = … tens … units 41 = … tens … units

49 = … tens … units 78 = … tens … units 58 = … tens … units

2. Draw two segments with lengths of 7 cm and 2 cm. By how many centimeters is one segment longer than the other?

3. Solve the examples:

45 + 7 = 51 + 8 = 35 + 9 =

51 – 30 = 69 – 40 = 98 – 70 =

4. Solve the problem:

On the first day, the school team picked 25 kg of strawberries, and on the second day they picked 3 kg more than on the first day. How many kg of strawberries did the school team pick on the second day?

5. 5. Solve the problem:

In June the sewing factory sewed 83 jackets, but in July the factory sewed 20 fewer jackets than in June. How many jackets were sewn in the factory in July?

**Card 4**

1. Decompose the numbers into tens and ones:

97 = … tens … units 75 = … tens … units 27 = … tens … units

78 = … tens … units 37 = … tens … units 19 = … tens … units

28 = … ten … units 97 = … tens … units 68 = … tens … units

2. Draw two segments with lengths of 7 cm and 9 cm. By how many centimeters is one segment longer than the other?

3. Solve the examples:

47 + 4 = 46 + 7 = 50 + 9 =

87 – 50 = 69 – 60 = 48 – 20 =

4. Solve the problem:

The bouquet is made up of 10 red roses and 11 white roses. How many roses are there in the bouquet in total?

5. Solve the problem:

Galya ate 20 nuts, and Vanya ate 7 more nuts. How many nuts did Vanya eat?

This page contains math cards on the topics:

1. Adding and subtracting numbers from 1 to 100.

Determining the types of angles and the number of angles in polygons.

3. The rules for opening parentheses.

4. Solving text problems on addition and subtraction of numbers from 1 to 100.

5. Solving equations with one unknown for addition or subtraction.

6. Comparison of numbers.

7. Multiplication or division of numbers (including multiplication by 0).

**Topic: Addition and subtraction**

**Card 1**

Solve examples:

35 + 7 = 73 + 12 = 63 + 13 =

67 + 6 = 13 + 56 = 18 + 68 =

35 – 7 = 73 – 12 = 63 – 13 =

67 – 6 = 83 – 56 = 98 – 68 =

**Card 2**

Solve the examples:

37 + 8 = 75 + 13 = 60 + 19 =

69 + 12 = 18 + 78 = 21 + 69 =

73 – 9 = 68 – 44 = 33 – 24 =

70 – 7 = 69 – 25 = 88 – 87 =

**Card 3**

Solve the examples:

65 + 9 = 84 + 3 = 93 + 13 =

68 + 21 = 35 + 43 = 74 + 10 =

51 – 7 = 84 – 38 = 97 – 37 =

35 – 8 = 97 – 41 = 76 – 61 =

**Card 4**

Solve the examples:

46 + 7 = 49 + 12 = 16 + 13 =

83 + 6 = 61 + 56 = 73 + 68 =

78 – 6 = 69 – 38 = 45 – 37 =

39 – 4 = 27 – 12 = 67 – 58 =

**Card 5**

Solve the examples:

68 + 7 = 29 + 12 = 15 + 13 =

49 + 6 = 58 + 30 = 67 + 23 =

34 – 8 = 69 – 23 = 45 – 25 = 39 – 19 = 27 – 14 = 67 – 49 =