Worksheet: Addition of Three or More Two-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice adding more than two two-digit numbers and record the calculation and any regrouping in columns using the standard algorithm, where the result does not exceed 100.

Q1:

40++5=49.

Q2:

13+21+32=.

Q3:

Charlotte is adding 15, 8, and 28.

She added the ones first.

Add the tens to finish her work and find the total.

Q4:

Add the numbers.

Q5:

Add the numbers.

Hint: How many tens do you get when you regroup the ones?

Q6:

Add the numbers.

Q7:

Add the following numbers:

Q8:

Ethan, Jacob, Victoria, and Chloe are playing a video game. The table shows their scores.

Points Scored in the Video Game
Children’s NamesScore
Ethan22 points
Jacob28 points
Victoria27 points
Chloe20 points

How many points have the four children scored altogether?

Q9:

Mrs. Jones has 24 red notebooks, 16 blue notebooks, and 17 green notebooks. How many notebooks does she have in total?

Q10:

Matthew records the number of problems he solves in three consecutive days. What is the total number of problems he has solved?

DaysDay 1Day 2Day 3
Number of Problems14823

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