The LogicLike team has collected over 500+ math problems on various topics! We provide word problems and math puzzles designed by experienced teachers. LogicLike helps children improve their math skills in a playfull way!

**children** to build critical
thinking, math & logic skills. **Adults** improve mental abilities and develop
ingenuity.

Our team has created word math problems for grades 1-5! Choose your grade, learn math and have fun with LogicLike!

In first grade, an important task for students is to learn addition and subtraction. Word
problems will help them do it!

Go to Math Word
Problems for 1st Grade.

In second grade children learn to add and subtract more complex numbers. We offer
our own collection of word math problems for 2nd grade students to practice!

Go to Math Word
Problems for 2nd Grade.

In grade 3 children begin to master multiplication and division, two-step word problems, solve
time and measurement problems!

Go to Math Word
Problems for 3rd Grade.

In 4th grade, it is very important to consolidate all your knowledge from previous years and
learn how to apply it to more difficult word problems!

Go to Math Word
Problems for 4th Grade.

In fifth grade, children begin to learn fractions, variable equations and mixed numbers.
LogicLike will help them do just that!

Go to Math Word
Problems for 5th Grade.

LogicLike has made over 13 themed picks for learning important topics in math! You can solve the best word problems for addition and subtraction, multiplication and division, fractions and mixed numbers, and more!

Tom has 50 cents, and his mother gives him 4 quarters.

How much money does Tom have?

How much money will 14 ChocoPies cost?

Then, he spent $3,458.00 on the account.

How much money is left in Michael's checking account?

Are you ready for more Money
Word Problems?

Sam caught 4 fish in the morning. Later, he caught 1 more fish.

How many fish did Sam catch in all?

Mom goes out and buys 10 cups.

How many cups are there after she returns?

Inside there are 328 gold, 264 silver and 136 copper coins.

How many coins are in the chest in total?

Check for more mixed
addition and subtraction word problems.

How many apples are left on the plate?

He gave the kids 4 balls of 2 colors.

How many balloons does the clown have left?

Marion bought 14 pounds of strawberries at $1.80 per pound.

Who paid more?

See more multi-step word
problems.

Jessica saw 4 dozen doves in the park.

How many doves did Jessica see?

If the chef has 72 omelets to make, how many eggs will he need?

Oliver's dog weighs 4 times more.

How much does Oliver's dog weigh?

Take some more multiplication word
problemsfor any age.

Each crayon costs $3.00.

How much do 18 crayons cost?

If each ad costs $ 6, how many ads can an online store purchase in a
month?

Is this enough to get 300 ads per month for a year?

Explore more exciting mixed
multiplication and division word problems.

If the pens are divided equally among the students,

how many does each student get?

She earned the same amount each month.

How much did Tina earn babysitting each month?

The company produced 1,620 Teddy Bears last week.

They made 11 times more small Teddies than large ones.

How many big size toys did they make?

Train your brain with our division word
problems at school and at home.

She put powdered sugar on three chocolate bars.

Which part of the bars now have powdered sugar?

Jessica had $200, 1/4 of this money she spent on cosmetics.

How much money did Jessica spend?

The first side is 3/10 of the perimeter,

the other is 3/2 of the first side.

What is the third side of the triangle?

Take a look at other fraction word
problems.

Express the attendance at a percent of capacity.

Molly has 45 markers. 20% of the markers write poorly.

How many markers are bad at writing?

In an exam, Shawna secured 340 marks.

If she secured 85% makes, find the maximum marks.

Explore other proportion
word problems by Logiclike team.

If there are only green and red apples in a bag,

what is the smallest total number of apples possible?

There are 15 more boys than girls.

What is the ratio of boys to girls?

What is the ratio of yellow blocks to green?

Are you ready for more difficult ratio word
problems?

Jack paid $99 for 6 pizzas.

How much did he pay per pizza?

How many miles did he run on average per day?

How much oil, on average, did the factory make each minute?

Compete with your friends! Who can solve more dividing
decimals word problems in ten minutes?

Find the volume of the container in cubic feet.

Find the radius of the cylinder to the nearest tenth of an inch.

Improve your math skills with our volume word
problems and get smarter!

Jack was 5 feet 9 inches tall last year.

He grew 7 inches in the past year.

How tall is he now?

What is the total weight of the roasted turkey?

In a can of instant coffee is 200 g.

How much coffee (in liters) can you make from a can?

Explore more exciting measurement word
problems.

How old is Mila and how old is her mother, if Mila's brother is 6 years old?

In 8 years, Mary will be 3 times as old as she is today.

How old is Mary today?

Greg is 5 years older than Rachel.

In 5 years, Felix will be three times as old as Rachel.

How old is Greg now?

Have a look at some age word
problems that the LogicLike team creates for
children and adults.