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Welcome to our addition worksheets page at Math-Drills.com! Here, we’re here to enhance your learning journey in many ways! You’ll discover various addition worksheets here, covering everything from basic addition facts and two-digit addition to column addition and fun addition games.

In the first section, we’ve included some printable worksheets perfect for beginners. Teaching addition facts can be made more engaging with creative strategies.

Some educators and parents find it helpful to use objects like cereal or base ten blocks to illustrate addition concepts. For instance, counting groups of “Apple Jacks” can help students grasp addition quickly. Introducing base ten blocks early on can also aid in understanding addition and regrouping.

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*Subtraction Worksheets*## Addition Worksheets Exercise

### Exercise 1: Basic Addition

**Solve the following additions:**

a) 5 + 3 = ___

b) 8 + 2 = ___

c) 6 + 4 = ___

d) 9 + 1 = ___

e) 2 + 7 = ___

**Solution:**

a) 5 + 3 = 8

b) 8 + 2 = 10

c) 6 + 4 = 10

d) 9 + 1 = 10

e) 2 + 7 = 9

### Exercise 2: Adding Two-Digit Numbers

**Add the following two-digit numbers:**

a) 27 + 14 = ___

b) 35 + 22 = ___

c) 48 + 19 = ___

d) 56 + 34 = ___

e) 72 + 28 = ___

**Solution:**

a) 27 + 14 = 41

b) 35 + 22 = 57

c) 48 + 19 = 67

d) 56 + 34 = 90

e) 72 + 28 = 100

### Exercise 3: Adding Three Numbers

**Calculate the sum of three numbers:**

a) 12 + 7 + 9 = ___

b) 25 + 14 + 8 = ___

c) 33 + 22 + 17 = ___

d) 45 + 18 + 25 = ___

e) 56 + 23 + 11 = ___

**Solution:**

a) 12 + 7 + 9 = 28

b) 25 + 14 + 8 = 47

c) 33 + 22 + 17 = 72

d) 45 + 18 + 25 = 88

e) 56 + 23 + 11 = 90

### Exercise 4: Word Problems

**Solve the following word problems by adding:**

a) John has 15 apples. He buys 10 more. How many apples does he have now?

b) Sarah had 28 balloons. She gave 15 to her friends. How many balloons does she have left?

c) There are 40 students in a class. 12 more students join. How many students are there now?

d) A bakery sold 55 cupcakes in the morning and 20 cupcakes in the afternoon. How many cupcakes did they sell in total?

e) Emily saved 30 last week and 25 this week. How much money does she have in total?

**Solution:**

a) 15 + 10 = 25 apples

b) 28 – 15 = 13 balloons

c) 40 + 12 = 52 students

d) 55 + 20 = 75 cupcakes

e) 30 + 25 = 55

### Exercise 5: Adding Money

**Add the following amounts of money:**

a) 10.50 + 5.25 = ___

b) 15.75 + 8.60 = ___

c) 20.30 + 12.45 = ___

d) 18.90 + 9.75 = ___

e) 25.50 + 14.25 = ___

**Solution:**

a) 10.50 + 5.25 = 15.75

b) 15.75 + 8.60 = 24.35

c) 20.30 + 12.45 = 32.75

d) 18.90 + 9.75 = 28.65

e) 25.50 + 14.25 = 39.75