# 3rd Grade Common Core: 3.NBT.2

Common Core Identifier: 3.NBT.2 / Grade: 3
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Use Place Value Understanding And Properties Of Operations To Perform Multi-Digit Arithmetic
Detail: Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and-or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
309 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Find the sums and difference. Then, color the cornucopia. Includes two word problems about Pilgrims.
This intermediate-level worksheet features larger numbers into the thousands and money amounts.
Practice 3-digit Subtracting problems that require borrowing across zero
This worksheet includes the associative, commutative, and the identity (zero) properties. Students must write the value of each variable.
Use the grid puzzle to solve the subtraction problems; 4-digit subtraction with zeros. (example 3,400 - 454)
Subtraction problems with 3-digit quantities; Requires borrowing; Crab pictures
This subtraction worksheet has pictures of cute dragons.  3-digits with borrowing.
This worksheet allows students to practice working with the properties of addition using only basic numbers.
Color the picture of the knight, dragon, and castle. Then solve the subtraction problems.
Solve these two-digit addition word problems. All problems require carrying (regrouping).
Scan the QR codes with an iPad or smartphone to view subtraction word problems. Solve and show your work in the space provided.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)
Four word problems that require students to use column addition to solve; Includes space for students to show their work
This 3-digit addition worksheet features pictures of groundhogs and groundhog word problems.
Use base 10 blocks (place value blocks) to solve the subtraction problems on this worksheet.
Mixture of different types of subtraction problems, including a couple of word problems.  (3 and 4-digit)
Read and solve these 3-digit addition word problems. There is plenty of space for students to show their work.
Scan the QR codes with an iPad or smartphone to view subtraction word problems. Solve and show your work in the space provided.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)
Practice 3-digit Subtracting with borrowing / regrouping.  Check by adding.
Subtraction problems with money amounts; Winter snowmen pictures
Subtracting on graph paper gives kids plenty of room to write their numbers and illustrates place value
Practice subtracting 3-digit numbers with borrowing / regrouping.
Practice recognizing and working with the properties of addition problems. This is a good introductory worksheet that contains only simple 1 and 2-digit numbers.
Rewrite each problem vertically, then solve.  Students required to "line up the digits" correctly.
Solve the subtraction problems and color the answers on the bingo boards.  Can you get a bingo?
More story problems in which students practice column adding
Subtracting money with zero on graph paper.  One digit per box will help kids line up columns.  (example: \$9.00 - 3.48)
Subtracting money on grid paper.  One digit per box ensures kids line up numbers correctly.  (example: \$9.26 - 2.88)
This 3-digit subtraction worksheet has Earth Day graphics and a word problem about planting trees.
Double-digit column addition problems with three or four addends; Includes one word problem
2-digit with regrouping subtraction problems inside of turkey pictures.
Complete the subtraction problems (3-digits minus 2-digits with with regrouping). Then create a fun St. Patrick's Day picture puzzle with the answer squares.
Solve the 2-digit numbers from the 3-digit numbers.  Then attach the puzzle pieces in the correct positions.  Picture shows two kids sledding down a hill.
Use the QR scanner app on your tablet or phone to scan the barcode. A word problem will appear on your screen. Solve by finding the sum of the 3-digit numbers.
Add to find the sums, then use the answers to glue the picture puzzle together.
Adding problems with 2-digits; Requires regrouping; Thanksgiving turkey pictures.
Subtract the three-digit numbers to find the differences. All problems require some borrowing. There are also two word problems.
Three-digit column addition problems with three  or four addends; Includes one word problem
This file includes 30 task cards, each of which has a QR barcode on it. Student solve the 3-digit addition problems, then scan to check their answers. Includes a work page for students to solve problems.
A dozen 2-digit subtraction problems that require borrowing from the tens column.
Find the sums of these three-digit addition problems. Graphics include a picture of the Earth. There's also an Earth Day word problem.
Students will need to regroup to solve the subtraction problems on this worksheet.  This page is has Hanukkah-related illustrations.
2-digit subtraction problems inside of Easter egg pictures.
Another monster-themed worksheet.  This one has 2-digit subtraction problems that require borrowing.
A cute doggie-themed subtraction practice page with double digit numbers
Students must determine whether they need to add or subtract to solve each problem.
Add, subtract, divide, and multiply to solve this math crossword.  (Grade 4 and up)
Subtract the two-digit numbers to find the differences. Most problems require regrouping (borrowing). The word problems and picture features a box of colorful crayons.
Simple 2-digit subtraction problems that don't require borrowing.
Solve the 2-digit addition problems; Requires regrouping; Christmas tree pictures
This monster-themed practice worksheet has three-digit adding problems.  These problems require students to regroup/carry.
This worksheet will help students use place value blocks (base 10 blocks) to practice subtraction with borrowing.
Double-digit subtraction problems that do NOT require borrowing.
Solve these double-digit addition word problems. These problems do NOT require regrouping.
Subtract to find the missing addends  (example: 71 + __ = 143)
This file has 30 printable task cards. Student solve the 2-digit subtraction problem on each card. (Most problems require regrouping/borrowing.) They then scan the QR code to check their answers.
Scan the QR code with an iPad or smartphone to see a subtraction word problem. Solve the problem in the space provided. All subtraction problems have 2-digit numbers and require students to regroup.
Subtraction arrow chain problems; 2-digits minus 1-digit; Regrouping
The two-digit subtraction problems on this worksheet do NOT require students to borrow/regroup.
Double-digit subtraction problems that do require borrowing.
This fun St. Patrick's Day worksheet features nine 3-digit subtraction problems for your student's to solve.
Solve addition problems with money addends. Then use the sums to decode a funny joke about a skunk.
Find the sum for each 3-digit addition problem. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Match the number (sum) on each puzzle piece with the corresponding addition problem. The completed puzzle shows a lovely gingerbread house.
Use this worksheet to help students practice adding with three digits.
At the top of this page are money amounts with shapes around them. Add the numbers in similar shapes together. For example: Find the sum of the numbers in the triangles.
Choose one number from each circle. Then subtract the smaller number from the larger number.
Students will use math skills to answer a series of questions about golf balls, coins, t-shirts, and crayons.
These addition problems were solved incorrectly. Examine them carefully and explain the mistakes.
Answer questions related to symmetry, number bonds, arrays, thermometers, and missing addends, and multi-step word problems.
Figure out where to place the digits for each addition problem.
Add the number on the quarterback's jersey to the number on the receiver's jersey to complete each pass.
Solve the addition problems and color the worksheet based on the key. Depending on which you complete, you will create either a police car or a fire truck.
This file has 30 task cards with money subtraction on them.
This file has 30 printable task cards. Student solve the 3-digit addition problem on each card. They can then scan the QR code to check their sums.
These seven addition bar models (or tape diagrams) have space for students to show their work on the right-hand side.
Subtract to find the differences with these 3-digit number problems on this spooky, Halloween-themed worksheet.
In this game, students move to each desk in the classroom and solve 3-digit subtraction problems.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Glue each numbered puzzle piece on the answer to a problem to assemble a mystery picture. Picture shows students and a school bus.
This worksheet includes 8 subtraction problems of various styles, such as word problems, simple equations, and filling in the missing digit. Some require regrouping.
This is our most difficult Halloween addition maze, for those especially talented at navigating all the twists and turns. They'll have to add up 7 numbers to find the sum of all the pumpkins they pass.
Here's a complete class set of thirty task cards with 3-digit subtraction problems on them. Use them to create your own classroom learning center. You can also use them to play math games, such as Scoot! Or place them under your document camera during your math lesson.
Students will need to borrow/regroup to solve the subtraction problems on this sheet.
Practice subtracting numbers, counting money, and writing large numbers in standard form.
Add the numbers together starting with the ones place. Regroup if necessary and show the regrouping with the box provided. After, circle whether you regrouped or not.
Students will solve 16 addition problems and use the answers to piece together a Valentine's Day picture.
Look carefully at the completed addition problems. There are mistakes. Re-solve each problem to find the correct sum. Then explain the mistakes in the original solutions.
In the sixth week of Math Buzz, students will compare metric linear measurements, count money, divide rectangles into thirds, order numbers from greatest to least, use multiplication or repeated addition to solve an equal groups word problem.
What do you call a skeleton who won't work? This worksheet has a set of tricky 4-digit column addition problems.
Subtract to find the differences. Then cut out the picture puzzle squares. Each puzzle square has a number (difference). Match the answers on the math sheet to the numbers on the puzzle pieces to make a picture. Completed puzzle shows a farm scene with a farmer, a cow, and a pig.
Depending on which worksheet from this file you give your students, they will color either a dog or a cat.
Find the answers to the subtraction problems (no regrouping). Then sort the answers into "Even Numbers" and "Odd Numbers."
Color the picture by solving the basic addition problems to find the friendly robot!
James Cotter's mother is a teacher and she's setting up a classroom for the new year. James helps his mother pass out supplies, but he needs to use his math skills to find out what supplies are needed.
Complete the subtraction problems and use your answers to put together the puzzle pieces and reveal a fun Groundhog Day image!
Use the key at the top of the page to decode the symbol math problems. Then solve each one.
Comparing numbers using symbols. Fill in remaining number patterns. Fractions with pizza word problem.
Find the rule for the input/output table, tell how to solve a multi-step word problem, complete operations with parenthesis, write mixed numbers on a number line, and multiply to find the area of a square.
This file has 30 addition task cards. Each one has a problem with 3-digit addends. There's also a student answer worksheet. Makes a great learning center.
The answers to these subtraction problems are the key to unscrambling this mystery picture! Solve the equations, and then cut and clue the pictures onto the squares with the corresponding answers.
Operations with money, measurement, and elapsed time are some of the skills students will work on with this week's daily math problems.
Subtract hundreds and thousands on this mental math worksheet. Why was the music teacher locked out of her classroom? To find out, write the answer to each problem. (example: 9,000-4,000)
Skills for this week include reading analog clocks, word problems, writing numbers in expanded form, reading a pictograph, measurement, dividing shapes into equal parts, and counting money.
On these printables, students will solve basic multiplication and division problems, find equivalent fractions, and compare some numbers and fractions.
These cards have addition problems with 4-digit addends. Use these cars in your math learning center, with your classroom document camera, or as cards for math games.
Students can use the solutions to these equations to unscramble an adorable Easter picture.
This file contains two mystery picture worksheets. They look very similar but depending on which one you do, the picture will be different.
Why are there iron fences around graveyards? To find out, answer the addition mental math problems. (example: 3,000+2,000)
Students can refresh their addition skills with this printable summer-themed addition worksheet. There are nine 3-digit addition problems to solve.
In week 4 of Math Buzz, students will practice measurement, naming 3D solid shapes, place value, dividing shapes into equal parts, and making a bar graph.
Solve the money subtraction problems to find the funny answer to the riddle: Why was the broom late?
Find the sums. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Match each puzzle piece (sum) with the correct addition problem.
This worksheet includes a variety of 4-digit addition problems, including two word problems, horizontal and vertical equations, and more.
At the top of this page, students are presented with ten shapes. Each shape has a 3-digit number written in it. Students solve subtraction problems by subtracting numbers in the shapes. For example: Subtract the number in the octagon from the number in the number in the hexagon.
Add to find the sums. Each problem is presented in a Christmas picture.
Measurement with ruler along with adding and subtracting. What fraction of the marbles are black?
This set has multiple-step problems with addition and subtraction, as well as single-step multiplication problem, and a special place value challenge.
Solve the math problems and use the sums to unscramble the puzzle and view the mystery picture.
Study the completed math problems and look for errors. Explain the mistakes and solve correctly.
Math skills for adding, subtracting and multiplying. Complete word problems with fractions. Write place values from word problems.
Michael receives \$9.99 for his 9th birthday.  Subtract each time Michael spends money to show how much is left.
On these daily math printables, your students can practice rounding on a number line, identifying polygons with right angles, telling time, and basic multiplication facts.
In this game, students will be given task cards with randomized digits. They need to arrange the digits to make a complete subtraction problem. (None of these problems require borrowing/renaming/regrouping.)
Subtract the losing team's score from the winning team's score to figure out how many points the winning team came out on top by.
This set of five daily word problems includes multi-step operations problems, elapsed time, and more!
This file has 30 task cards with vertical and horizontal money addition problems.
Find the missing value for each bar model. Then write an addition and subtraction number sentence for each.
This printable 3-digit addition worksheet is Valentine's-themed, with pictures of teddy bears and hearts.
What's more amazing that a talking dog? To find out, solve these 3-digit addition problems and decode the answer to the riddle. Each problem requires carrying or regrouping.
Find the sum for each 3-digit addition problem. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding sums. THe finished picture is a werewolf howling at the full moon.
These subtraction problems require no regrouping.
Students are shown a set of numbers written inside of various shapes. They add similar shapes together. For example: Add the numbers in the trapezoids.
After decoding the numbers using the key, students will subtract to find the differences.
This math page contains problems relating to addition, subtraction, and telling time.
Review word problems, area, rounding, basic division, elapsed time, comparing fractions, expanded form, and measurement to the nearest quarter inch.
Use the sums from 16 addition problems to put together a Valentine's Day picture.
These math problems were already solved, but there are mistakes. Explain how the problems were incorrectly solved. Then calculate the correct sums.
On these worksheets, students will be asked to practice basic multiplication with arrays, tell what fraction of a shape is shaded, add, subtract, compare 3-digit numbers, and solve a measurement word problem.
Students are given four digits. They must place them in the squares correctly to make the given difference. This game has 12 task cards and a student answer page.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the numbered picture squares. Match each picture square with the answer on the math page. Clue the squares in the correct positions to reveal a picture of a turkey.
Which worksheet they complete will determine whether your students color in an apple or a banana.
Subtract to find the answers. Then sort the differences into two categories on a t-chart: Even Numbers and Odd Numbers. This is a cut-and-glue activity.
Print out these addition pennants, have each student make a pennant by solving the addition problem, coloring the border, and cutting it out, and glue the pennants along a rope.
Patty Potter and her class plant a flower garden on the school grounds. Read the story and answer the math questions
Students will complete the basic addition problems and use the answers and their corresponding colors to complete this worksheet.
Use the key to decode the addends in the secret symbol numbers. Then solve the 4-digit addition problems.
These review word problems require student knowledge of place value and rounding.
Your whole class can participate in this fast-paced game. Students move around the room, from desk-to-desk solving two-digit addition problems. All problems require students to know how to regroup.
Read about the endangered cow breeds on Grandpa McDonald's farm. Then answer the math questions that follow.
Have your students complete this maze and solve the addition problem by filling in the number of pumpkins the good witch passes on her way through the maze and adding them together.
Use the cypher key at the top of the worksheet to decode the addends in these column addition problems.
Review adding and subtracting, dozens, and elapsed time.
This worksheet has questions about the number of days in a Leap Year and non-Leap Year. Students are also asked to circle the LYs in a list. They are also asked to explain how you calculate which years are LYs and which are not.
This PDF has 30 task cards. Each one has a subtraction problem. Students are do not have to borrow/regroup/rename. Use these cards in your math learning center, to play math games, or on your whiteboard document camera.
Solve a variety of subtraction problems, including word problems, vertical and horizontal equations, and missing digit questions.
Will your worksheet reveal a tasty summer treat or classic beach toys? It depends which of the two worksheets in this file you complete.
This worksheet has addition problems that were not solved correctly. Students must find and explain the errors.
Print out this summer math worksheet so your students can subtract 3-digit numbers.
On these worksheets, students will practice and review naming fraction parts, counting place value blocks, bar model addition and subtraction, expanded form, and measuring centimeters.
Subtract pairs of three-digit numbers to find the differences. Most problems require borrowing across zero. Then match up the letters to the answers to find the answer to a funny riddle.
Add the money amounts to find the sums. Then cut out the picture puzzle pieces. Match each numbered (sum) piece to the correct problem. The completed picture shows a hot air balloon.
Practice adding money with this worksheet. It includes several styles of math problems, such as word problems and fill-in-the-blanks.
At the top of the page, students are presented with a series of shapes. They subtract numbers from pairs of shapes and find the differences. For example: Subtract the number in the rhombus from the number in the trapezoid.
Subtract 3-digit numbers. Most problems require regrouping. Each problem is presented inside of a Christmas picture.
Count by 3's. Preform skip counting. Addition and subtraction.
In this file, you'll see a new 3rd grade word problem for each day of the week. Skills include counting money, addition, and subtraction, as well as basic multiplication.
Celebrate the 100th day of school by completing this math puzzle picture.
Look for mistakes in these completed addition problems. Explain the errors. Then solve.
Complete number patterns from examples. Solve money with subtraction. Provide time shown on the clock and in 20 minutes.
Review fractions on a number line (quarters), types of angles, multiples of a number, rounding with a number line, and perimeter.
In this game, students will work with task cards that have digits. They must arrange the digits to complete the addends in the addition problem.
Determine how much liquid is in each of the two beakers and subtract to find the difference. Solve multi-step problems using knowledge of the four operations. Divide \$20 equally among four children.
This next set of daily word problems includes several multi-step operations problems and an elapsed time problem.
First, solve the 3-digit addition problems. Then cut out the cards. Sort the sums into two groups: even and odd. Glue the cards on a t-chart.
In this math activity, students will find the missing value for each bar model, then they will write an addition and subtraction number sentence for each one.
Print out this 3-digit subtraction worksheet for your students to practice with around Valentine's Day.
How do rabbits travel? To solve, complete a set of three-digit subtraction (with regrouping) math problems.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding differences/answers. The finished picture is Dr. Frankenstein's monster.
Add numbers inside similar shapes. For example: Add the numbers inside the hexagons.
These 3-digit subtraction problems require students to borrow across zero. (example: 400-126)
To solve these problems, students must use subtraction skills and their knowledge of place value.
This file contains 5 worksheets, with one word problem on each page. There are 3 multi-step problems and 2 one-step problems.
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Use the sums from 16 addition problems to put together a Thanksgiving-themed puzzle picture.
This worksheet has pictures of subtraction problems that have already been solved. But there are errors. Students must find and explain the mistakes.
Practice reading line plots, comparing numbers, comparing money amounts, number bonds, basic multiplication word problems, and rounding.
In this game, students must figure out the correct locations for the missing digits in each subtraction problem. Includes 12 task cars and a student answer page.
How do bees get to school in the morning? To find out, figure out the answers to the 3-digit addition and subtraction problems.
Will this mystery picture be a boat or a plane? It depends which worksheet you give your students!
Cut out the math cards. Solve the subtraction problems. Then sort the answers into "even differences" and "odd differences." After that, students glue the math cards in the correct columns on the t-chart.
Print out these addition pennants, have each student make a pennant by solving the addition problem, coloring the border, and cutting it out, and glue the pennants along a rope.
This one has more arrays, a multiplication bar model, polygon questions, analog clocks, a perimeter questions, and a bar graph.
Use each set of digits to make addition problems. This file has includes a set of task cards.
Find the missing addends to calculate the number of years your team needs to score a touchdown.
Complete the addition problems and color the page according to the key. The two worksheets have the same pattern, but when colored in, each will reveal a different picture.
Add the numbers in the shapes together. For example: Find the sum of the numbers in the trapezoids.
Write the missing number for each bar model (aka tape diagram or part-part-whole diagram). Then write an addition and a subtraction problem to go along with each diagram.
This version of the game has thirty task cards with three-digit addition problems. (example: 492+183)
In the 4th week, students will practice attributes of solid shapes, value of the underlined digit, estimating length, and double-digit addition with regrouping.
On their way through this maze, your students will fill in the number of pumpkins their path passes. At the end, they will add up all the pumpkins to find the total.
These coded problems have up to 4 addends, with 2, 3, or 4 digits in each.
This worksheet features problems that require column addition, understanding of elapsed time, and knowledge of odd/even numbers.
Add the 3-digit numbers starting with the ones, then tens, then hundreds. Boxes are available to show regrouping/carrying.
This PDF file has a class set of task cards. Use them to play math games, in your math learning center, or as part of your lesson with your document camera. You could also laminate these cards and kids can solve problems with dry-erase markers.
Add the money amounts to determine how much you'll spend on your family members at the Secret Santa Market.
Find the sums and color accordingly to reveal the mystery image.
These math problems have mistakes in the solutions. Write the correct solution, and explain why the problems shown are not correct.
This Halloween-themed math worksheet has nine addition problems to be solved using 3-digit numbers.
Within this set you'll find a variety of word problems, determining odd from even, telling time questions, geometry problems, and equal parts questions.
Where did the farmer take his pony when it was ill? To find out, you'll have to solve two-digit subtraction problems. These problems do NOT require students to regroup/borrow.
Add the double-digit numbers. Cut out the puzzle pieces. Place each puzzle piece on the correct square with the corresponding sum. The finished puzzle picture shows a rocket traveling through outer space.
Find the sums and color the shapes accordingly to reveal a picture of two lanterns.
Read the numbers in congruent shapes and subtract. For example: Subtract the number in the trapezoid from the number in the square.
Using the sums from basic addition facts, color according to the key to find a cute fox.
Practice addition skills while celebrating the 100th day of school with this fun puzzle worksheet.
Decode the secret numbers using the cypher key at the top of the page. Then add them together.
Find the perimeter of the polygon. Subtraction with thousands. Ordered pairs with a graph.
On these sheets your class will calculate elapsed time, find missing factors, divide using models, and find shapes with parallel lines.
This set of 30 task cards has addition problems that do not require carrying. Use these in your learning centers, on your document camera, or for classroom games.
Interpret data on a table. Review multi-digit addition and subtraction. Calculate elapsed time. Divide 18 items equally among three people.
This set of daily word problems includes deciphering a graph, interpreting data on a table, and operations problems.
Why was the football stadium so hot after the game? This riddle can be solved by subtracting pairs of money amounts.
This file contains the first 5 days of daily math review for 3rd graders. (This file covers skills from the end of 2nd grade.) Skills include: 2-digit and 3-digit addition and subtraction, counting money, reading analog clocks, measurement with nonstandard units, polygons, and word problems.
What do boats eat for breakfast? Find the sums by adding three addends together to see the answer.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. (Most problems require regrouping.) Then cut out the puzzle parts. Match each difference with the correct problem to complete the puzzle. The completed puzzle shows Santa placing gifts below a tree.
This worksheet includes a few different styles of questions. Some problems require regrouping.
At the top of this page are numbers written inside of polygons. Students add numbers in similar shapes. For example: Find the sum of the numbers in the octagons.
Add six pairs of numbers. Choose numbers from the circles at the top of the page.
This mixed review worksheet includes addition and subtraction problems, as well as a coin-counting activity.
This file has five more word problems- one for each day of the school week. In this set, students will use addition, subtraction, and basic multiplication (repeated addition) to solve single and multi-step problems.
Students will add the problems and use their answers to unscramble the holiday picture.
These completed subtraction problems have mistakes in them. Figure out what's wrong with each one and explain.
Write the sums for the basic addition facts, then color according to the key. The mystery picture is a reindeer.
Color a king and queen's castle.  Solve the basic adding facts and color the picture.
Count by dozens, from twelve all the way up to 288. Write each multiple of twelve on the penguins.
There are more than two digits in this number, but also less than four.  In the ones place you'll see the largest possible digit.  The value of the digit in the tens place is equal to seventy.
Color the blue whale mystery picture after solving the basic addition facts.
Logical thinking:  Write the missing numbers to make each scale balance.
Twenty-five, fifty, seventy-five, one hundred!  Review counting by 25s with this worksheet.  This worksheet features illustrations of bikers.
Subtraction story problems that involve borrowing.  (2 and 3-digit numbers)
Before the comma is a number that equals one dozen.  The digits one through five are each used once in this number.  In the hundreds place there's a digit that's one higher than two.
Solve the basic addition problems. Each problem has addends up to 9 and sums up to 18. Then color the summer scene according to the key.
Skip count by 11s. Write the multiples of 11 on the tummies of the Arctic penguins.
Write the domino addends, then count the dots to find the correct sum.
Players match the addition fact card to the sums.
Basic addition worksheet.  First addend is between 0 and 9.  Includes cartoon frog pictures.
Skip count by 4s and write the correct numbers in the boxes.
This fun chain reaction game that teaches basic addition facts.
Kids look through a grocery store ad paper and choose 3 foods they'd like to buy.  They cut out the pictures and prices, then glue them onto the worksheet.  Then they must add the prices of the 3 items together to find the sum.
Try to write the answers to all 50 Basic Addition Facts (0 -9) as quickly as possible.
29,206.  That's the secret number... but the digits aren't in the right order.  One of the twos should be in the thousands place.  The other two is in the hundreds place.
Find the sums and color; Picture makes a colorful clownfish.
Skip count by twelves and fill in the empty boxes with the correct numbers. This worksheet has pictures of kayakers.
Another basic facts drill.  The first addend is between 0 and 6.  This worksheet has race car graphics.
Write the sum for each addition problem, then color the parrot according to the key.
Count the t-shirts, baseballs, and gum sticks in groups of twenty-five.
Graph paper subtraction will ensure kids can line up their place value columns perfectly.
The digit found in the ones place is an eight, three, two, or a zero.  If you know how many sides a hexagon has, finding the tens place will be easy.  To find the hundreds, subtract twenty-one minus nineteen.
Write numbers on the balloons - and try not to pop them!  Count by twenty-fives all the way up to six hundred.
Find the sum for each problem, then color the mystery picture according to the code.
Count by elevens and fill missing numbers in the boxes. This worksheet has a music theme.
Find the sums of three-digit addends.  These problems require knowledge of regrouping.  Includes an MLK-themed word problem and a picture of King.
Add together the red and white counters to find the sum.
Here's a complete set of triangular fact family flashcards to teach subtraction and addition facts.
Try to find and circle all of the addition facts hidden in this number hunt puzzle.  It's kind of like a word search, except students search for addition facts.
The digits in this number are 1, 2, 9, and 9.  Immediately after the comma, you'll spot a couple of upside-down sixes.  The smallest digit can be found in the ones position.
Find the sum for each addition fact. Then color according to the key. The mystery picture is a colorful dragon.
Answer the addition facts and color the rocket picture according to the code at the bottom.
Fill in the missing numbers as you skip count by 11s. Then answer the related questions that follow.
More basic addition fact practice.  The first addend is between 0 and 7.  Kitty cat pictures.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color according to the key.
Solve the addition problems, the color-by-number according to the key.  Picture makes a colorful rooster.
Practice counting by twelves. Then answer the related skip counting questions and word problems.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color the Thanksgiving turkey according to the key.
The number in the thousands place can be found by calculating forty-nine less than fifty-three.  The tens and hundreds place are the same.  Use subtraction again to find the value of the ones.
These seven questions will review 'counting by 25s'.
Solve the problems to reveal fruits and vegetables: a red apple, a yellow banana, green guava fruit, and an orange carrot.
Subtract three-digit numbers.  These problems require borrowing/regrouping.  There is an MLK word problem and picture.
Tell which addition problems are shown by each number line.
Solve the facts and color this adorable brown dog with black spots.
Students use the number line picture to help them add.
Count the dots on each domino and add to find the sum.
Maybe the picture of the octopus will help you figure out the number in the tens position.  Two digits are even and one is odd.
Memory match card game. Flip cards to match each addition fact with the correct domino.
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After answering the addition facts, color the sailboat according to the key.
Write the multiples of eleven on the balloon pictures. Numbers go from 11 all the way up to 264.
Solve the basic addition problems. The color according to the key at the bottom of the page. All addition problems have addends between 1 and 12.
Basic addition facts.  The first addend for each problem is between 0 and 8.  Cute wizard pictures.
Counting by twenty-fives is easy to understand with these printable number lines.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color according to the key.
Solve to find the answers to the basic addition facts. Then color according to the key to reveal an Earth Day picture.
Solve the simple one-digit addition problems, and color the hot air balloon picture according to the code.
Count by twelves on the balloons. Skip count from 12 up to 288.
This is the largest secret number so far.  It has one comma, with two digits to the left of the comma.  To find the first two digits, you need to know how many minutes are in a quarter hour.
The waddle of penguins are all lined up on the ice flow to count by twenty-fives.  Some are missing!  Students write the correct numbers on the penguins.
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