Lesson: Additive Comparison with Numbers up to 100 Mathematics • 1st Grade
In this lesson, we will learn how to solve addition problems with numbers up to 100 by finding either the missing part or the whole and also solve additive comparison problems.
In the garden, there are three dogs: a poodle, a Labrador, and a bulldog. The poodle weighs 30 kg, the Labrador weighs 2 kg more than the poodle, and the bulldog weighs 5 kg less than the poodle. Which dog weighs the most?
Mia and Daniel were kicking balls away from the soccer goal. Mia kicked the ball 50 feet away from the goal, while Daniel kicked it 20 feet away. They want to know how much farther Mia kicked the ball.
What would the correct calculation to solve this problem be?
Mia and Daniel kicked their balls in the same direction. How much farther did Mia’s ball go?
Select the word problem whose answer is .