# Multi-Step Word Problems

## Multiple-Step Word Problems

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These multiple-step word problems require students to use reasoning and critical thinking skills to determine how each problem can be solved.

Basic

Multiple Step, Basic #1 Free

Solve each of the multi-step word problems on this page. Problems contain basic numbers of 20 or less. Each problem can be solved without knowledge of multiplication or division.

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These multi-step questions can be calculated using only addition and subtraction.

Intermediate

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These five word problems require students to add and subtract. Includes a money problem and an elapsed time problem.

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These word problems have a farming theme. Students use critical thinking to determine which operations are required for solving each problem.

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Use addition and subtraction to solve each of these four story problems.

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More multi-step word problems to solve.

Toy Shop: Subtraction Across Zero Member

Add to find the total cost of two toys pictured on the shelf. Then subtract across zero to make change.

These four word problems require students to add, subtract, multiply, and divide. Includes a money problem.

Find the answers to the four word problems. Students will need to use reasoning skills to determine whether they should add, subtract, divide, or multiply.