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  1. Totally Tally Marks

  2. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • How many more? SUBTRACT

  3. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • How many ___ or? Add

  4. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • How many in all? ADD

  5. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • Twice? DOUBLE

  6. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • One less? Subtract 1

  7. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • Four more? Add 4

  8. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • Same number? equal

  9. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • Least? lowest

  10. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • Greatest? most

  11. Totally Tally Marks Key Words: • How many ____ than? Subtract

  12. Three student chose bananas!

  13. Three student chose bananas!

  14. Five students chose strawberries!

  15. Five students chose strawberries!

  16. Four more students chose grapes than bananas!

  17. Four more students chose grapes than bananas! 3 + 4 = 7

  18. One less student chose apples than strawberries!

  19. One less student chose apples than strawberries! 5 - 1 = 4

  20. Twice as many students chose oranges as bananas! Twice = Double

  21. Twice as many students chose oranges as bananas! 3 + 3 = 6

  22. The same number of students chose grapes as the total of apples and bananas together!

  23. The same number of students chose grapes as the total of apples and bananas together! 4 + 3 = 7

  24. The same number of students chose grapes as the total of apples and bananas together! 4 + 3 = 7

  25. How many students liked grapes the best?

  26. How many students liked grapes the best?

  27. How many answered the survey in all?

  28. How many answered the survey in all? 4 + 3 + 7 + 6 + 5 = 25

  29. How many students chose grapes or apples?

  30. How many students chose grapes or apples? 4 + 7 = 11

  31. How many more students chose grapes than bananas?

  32. How many more students chose grapes than bananas? 7 - 3 = 4

  33. How many students chose oranges or apples as their favorite?

  34. How many students chose oranges or apples as their favorite? 4 + 6 = 10

  35. Which fruit had the least number of votes?

  36. Which fruit had the least number of votes? Least = Lowest

  37. How many more students liked strawberries than apples?

  38. How many more students liked strawberries than apples? 5-4=1

  39. How many students chose strawberries or oranges?

  40. How many students chose strawberries or oranges? 5+6=11

  41. How many students chose apples?

  42. How many students chose apples?

  43. How many students chose apples?

  44. Which fruit had the greatest number of votes?

  45. Which fruit had the greatest number of votes? Greatest = Most