**Option 1**

1. Find the values of the expressions:

7 – 5 4 – (12 : 3) +26 51 – 4 – 4

42 : 6 70 – 35 : 5 – 4 12: 6 + 0

24 : 3 6 – (24 : 8) – 18 40 : 2 – 3

2. Solve the problem: There were 4 plates of semolina and 24 plates of rice porridge on the table. How many times more plates of rice porridge were on the table than plates of semolina?

3. Solve the problem: The first vase has 27 tulips, and the second vase has 23 tulips. How many fewer tulips are in the second vase than in the first?

4. Geometric problem: Draw an ABCD rectangle with sides: length 9cm and width 3 times shorter.

**Option 2.**

1. Find the values of the expressions:

5 – 7 6 – (9 : 3) +22 61 – 3 – 4

36 : 6 80 – 35 : 7 – 4 18: 6 + 0

27 : 3 7 – (32 : 8) – 18 60 : 2 – 3

2. Solve the problem: There were 32 purple and 4 pink balloons hanging on the Christmas tree. How many times more purple balloons were hanging on the tree than pink balloons?

3. Solve the problem: One boy caught 19 crayfish and the other 14. By how many more crayfish did the first boy catch than the second?

4. Geometric problem: Draw a rectangle ABCD with sides: length 10 cm and width 2 times shorter.

1. Find the values of the expressions:

7 – 5 4 – (12 : 3) +26 12: 6 + 0

42 : 6 70 – 35 : 5 – 4 51 – 4 – 4

24 : 3 6 – (24 : 8) – 18 40 : 2 – 3

2. Solve the problem: There were 4 plates of semolina and 24 plates of rice porridge on the table. How many times more plates of rice porridge were on the table than plates of semolina?

3. Solve the problem: The first vase has 27 tulips, and the second vase has 23 tulips. How many fewer tulips are in the second vase than in the first?

4. Geometric problem: Draw an ABCD rectangle with sides: length 9cm and width 3 times shorter.

1. Find the values of the expressions:

7 – 5 4 – (12 : 3) +26 12: 6 + 0

42 : 6 70 – 35 : 5 – 4 51 – 4 – 4

24 : 3 6 – (24 : 8) – 18 40 : 2 – 3

2. Solve the problem: There were 4 plates of semolina and 24 plates of rice porridge on the table. How many times more plates of rice porridge were on the table than plates of semolina?

3. Solve the problem: The first vase has 27 tulips, and the second vase has 23 tulips. How many fewer tulips are in the second vase than in the first?

4. Geometric problem: Draw an ABCD rectangle with sides: length 9cm and width 3 times shorter.

1. Find the values of the expressions:

7 – 5 4 – (12 : 3) +26 12: 6 + 0

42 : 6 70 – 35 : 5 – 4 51 – 4 – 4

24 : 3 6 – (24 : 8) – 18 40 : 2 – 3

4. Geometric problem: Draw an ABCD rectangle with sides: length 9 cm and width 3 times shorter.

1. Find the values of the expressions:

5 – 7 6 – (9 : 3) +22 61 – 3 – 4

36 : 6 80 – 35 : 7 – 4 18: 6 + 0

27 : 3 7 – (32 : 8) – 18 60 : 2 – 3

2. Solve the problem: There were 32 purple and 4 pink balloons hanging on the Christmas tree. How many times more purple balloons were hanging on the tree than pink balloons?

3. Solve the problem: One boy caught 19 crayfish and the other 14. By how many more crayfish did the first boy catch than the second?

4. Geometric problem: Draw an ABCD rectangle with sides: length 10cm and width 2 times shorter.

1. Find the values of the expressions:

5 – 7 6 – (9 : 3) +22 61 – 3 – 4

36 : 6 80 – 35 : 7 – 4 18: 6 + 0

27 : 3 7 – (32 : 8) – 18 60 : 2 – 3

2. Solve the problem: There were 32 purple and 4 pink balloons hanging on the Christmas tree. How many times more purple balloons were hanging on the tree than pink balloons?

3. Solve the problem: One boy caught 19 crayfish and the other 14. By how many more crayfish did the first boy catch than the second?

4. Geometric problem: Draw an ABCD rectangle with sides: length 10cm and width 2 times shorter.

1. Find the values of the expressions:

5 – 7 6 – (9 : 3) +22 61 – 3 – 4

36 : 6 80 – 35 : 7 – 4 18: 6 + 0

27 : 3 7 – (32 : 8) – 18 60 : 2 – 3

4. Geometric problem: Draw a rectangle ABCD with sides: length 10 cm and width 2 times shorter.