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# Multi Step Word Problems – 4th Grade

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Here are objects that are found inside the haunted house. Be safe as you move around inside the 360 VR tour. Go below to start the escape room.

# A

If the answer is  “A  find the number on or around this object.

# B

If the answer is  “B  find the number on or around this object.

# C

If the answer is  “C  find the number on or around this object.

# D

If the answer is  “D  find the number on or around this object.

Start!

You may want a piece of paper to solve problems.

Question #1

Tom biked 122 miles in June, 127 in July, and 135 in August. How many miles did he bike altogether?

A)  394                     B)  364

C)  384                     D)  282

A)   Wizard Hat

B)   Gravestone

C)   Spider

D)   Gargoyle

Type the numbers from the objects to get your first clue. Write the clues down as you will need all of them to unlock the master lock.

Clue Box

Question #2

Lilly had \$317. She bought a doll for \$37 and a tablet for \$93. How much money does she have left? Please put a \$ in front of your answer.

A)  167                     B)  186

C)  157                     D)  187

A)   Coffin

B)   Skeleton

C)   Ghost

D)   Gravestone

Type in the numbers to get your clue.

Clue Box

Question #3

The soda factory can put 16 sodas in a box. They have already filled 3 boxes. How many boxes will be filled altogether if they have 116 more sodas?

A)  10                     B)  9

C)  8                       D)  11

A)   Treasure

B)   Broom

C)   Ghost

D)   Spider

Type in the numbers to get your clue.

Clue Box

Question #4

A school club is taking a trip. They can fit 11 students in each van. Two vans are already loaded. How many vans will they take altogether if they need to load 33 more students?

A)  3                     B)  5

C)  4                     D)  6

A)   Statue

B)   Ghost

C)   Spider

D)   Wizard Hat

Type in the numbers to get your clue.

Clue Box

Input all the clues to escape the room.

MASTER LOCK

Did you escape?

Share your results with your teacher and parents. Tell them what the Master Lock was and where the key was found.