The LogicLike team created these word problems for grade 2. We put basic math concepts into context for second graders and make the problems fun to solve.

The zoo has 32 Asian elephants and 29 African elephants.

How many elephants are there in all?

How many sparrows were there altogether in the tree?

John has 15 books. Luc has 29 books. How many books do they have together?

In the monkey house, there are 19 chimpanzee and 26 marmosets.

How many monkeys are there in all?

and a sofa costs as much as a chair and an armchair together.

How much does a sofa cost?

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At the bus stop, some more children got on the bus.

Then there were 24 children altogether on the bus.

How many children got on the bus at the bus stop?

Today is dad's birthday. He is 38 years old. How old was dad 15 years ago?

A fruit seller had 83 apples. He sold 57 apples s.

How many apples did he have left?

Then there were 56 parrots in the tree. How many more flew up to the tree?

She went to the orchard and picked peaches to stock up.

There are now 89 peaches. How many did she pick?

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How many more trucks and cars are there combined than motorbikes?

The guests ate 26 pizzas. How many pizzas are left?

How many patients did Dr. Grace have on Friday?

Box of bananas weighs 25 kg.

Box of salat weighs 13 kg.

How much heavier is fruits than salat?

William takes 14 cards out of the box.

How many cards does Martin have left?