Worksheet: Word Problems: Adding Objects
In this worksheet, we will practice solving problems with numbers up to 10 to find the total when one or more objects are added to a group.
Noah read an addition story and made this model.
Which story did he read?
- AThere are 4 cats and 4 more cats.
- BThere are 4 dogs and 5 more dogs.
What is the sum?
Victoria read this addition story: There are 3 spiders and 5 more spiders.
Pick the model that shows this.
How many spiders are there altogether?
Isabella had 2 dogs and she bought 2 new dogs.
How many dogs does she have now?
Write the addition sentence that represents the total number of dogs.
There were 4 balls in a jar and then Ethan added 3 more. How many balls are in the jar?
There were 3 children playing in the garden; then a group of 5 more children joined them.
How many children are now in the garden?
Write the addition sentence that expresses the total number of children.