Worksheet: Adding Equal Groups

In this worksheet, we will practice finding the total number of objects in an equal groups model by using skip counting or repeated addition.


A monster has five fingers on each of its four hands.

How many fingers does the monster have altogether?


Use the model to find the missing number.


There are 4 monsters.

Each monster has 2 horns.

How many horns are there?

Each monster has 5 eyes.

How many eyes are there?

Each monster has 10 teeth.

How many teeth are there?


Jacob has 5 fishbowls. There are 3 fish in each bowl. How many fish does Jacob have?


There are 5 basketball teams. Each team has 5 players. What is the total number of players?


Each child will receive 5 gifts. How many gifts will a group of 2 children receive?


A car has 4 wheels. How many wheels are in 3 cars?


The following bunch has 3 tulips.

How many tulips are there in 10 bunches?


Matthew played 2 levels of a computer game and scored 10 points on each level. How many points did he score in total?


Mason bought 10 bags of apples. Each bag contained 10 apples. How many apples did he buy?


A car has 4 wheels. How many wheels does a group of 2 cars have?


There are 5 horses.

Each horse has 2 ears.

How many ears do the 5 horses have altogether?

Each horse has 4 legs. How many legs are there altogether?

Hint: Make a model.


Fill in the blank: 2 groups of 6 pencils = pencils.


How many legs are there in total on 2 dogs?


Look at the picture, and then answer the following questions.

Fill in the blanks: There are groups of cubes.

  • A3, 4
  • B4, 3
  • C4, 2
  • D2, 4

How many cubes are there in total?

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