Worksheet: Adding Hundreds to Three-Digit Numbers

In this worksheet, we will practice modeling adding a multiple of one hundred to a three-digit number and investigate which digits in the number change.

Q1:

Find the total by first adding the hundreds.

Q2:

Find the total by first adding the hundreds.

Q3:

Count in hundreds to find the total.

Q4:

Look at how Emma broke apart a number to help her add.

First, add the hundreds.

300+400=.

Then, add the hundreds to 19 to find the total.

Q5:

What is the missing number?

Q6:

Fill in the blank: 207+500=.

Q7:

A farmer collected 187 pieces of fruit on a day and 200 pieces on another day. How many pieces of fruit did he collect on the 2 days?

Q8:

Calculate 160+300.

Q9:

If there are 342 boys and 200 girls in a school, how many students are there?

Q10:

Add 234 and 300 using place value blocks.

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