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## 3 Digit Addition Worksheets

Welcome to our 3 Digit Addition Worksheets page.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Second Grade Addition Worksheets, which will help your child learn to add numbers with up to 3 digits.

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This page contains a range of resources to help you learn and practice your 3-digit addition skills.

We have several worked examples so you can see how to work out different additions step-by-step.

We also have a range of worksheets suitable for different levels of ability.

Using our resources will help your child to:

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- add 3-digit numbers with multi-addends
- set out an addition problem correctly.

## How to do 3-Digit Addition

Step 1) Add the Ones digit of both numbers together.

- Write the number of Ones below the line in the Ones place.
- If the total of the two digits is 10 or more, then regroup the 10 Ones into 1 Ten and move it into the Tens column.

We add the Ones: 5 + 8 = 13 Ones.

We regroup the 13 Ones into 1 Ten and 3 Ones.

We carry over 1 Ten and move it to the top of the Tens column.

We write a 3 under the line in the Ones place.

Step 2) Add the Tens digit of both numbers together, remember to add any Tens that were carried over.

- Write the number of Tens below the line in the Tens place.
- If the total of the two digits is 10 or more, then regroup the 10 Tens into 1 Hundred and move it into the Hundreds column.

We add the Tens, including the Ten we carried over: 1 + 2 + 1 = 4 Tens.

We write this number under the line in the Tens place.

Step 3) Add the Hundreds digit of both numbers together, remember to add any Hundreds that were carried over.

- Write the number of Hundreds below the line in the Hundreds place.
- If the total of the two digits is 10 or more, then regroup the 10 Hundreds into 1 Thousand and write it into the Thousands place.

We add the Hundreds: 6 + 4 = 10 Hundreds.

We regroup the 10 Hundreds into 1 Thousand and 0 Hundreds.

As there are no further digits to add up, we write the 1 in the Thousands place and a 0 in the Hundreds place.

## Example 1) Work out 247 + 132.

This example does not need any regrouping.

Adding the Ones gives us: 7 + 2 = 9 Ones. We write this below the line in the Ones place.

Adding the Tens gives us: 4 + 3 = 7 Tens. We write this below the line in the Tens place.

Adding the Hundreds gives us: 2 + 1 = 3 Hundreds. We write this below the line in the Hundreds place.

This gives us a final answer of 247 + 132 = 379

## Example 2) Work out 506 + 248.

Adding the Ones gives us: 6 + 8 = 14 Ones = 1 Ten + 4 Ones. Write the 4 Ones below the line in the Ones place. Carry over the 1 Ten into the Tens column.

Adding the Tens gives us: 1 + 0 + 4 = 5 Tens. We write this below the line in the Tens place

Adding the Hundreds gives us: 5 + 2 = 7 Hundreds. We write this below the line in the Hundreds place.

This gives us a final answer of 506 + 248 = 754

## Example 3) Work out 482 + 176.

Adding the Ones gives us: 2 + 6 = 8 Ones. We write this below the line in the Ones place.

Adding the Tens gives us: 8 + 7 = 15 Tens = 1 Hundred + 5 Tens. We write 5 Tens below the line in the Tens place. We carry 1 Hundred into the Hundreds column.

Adding the Hundreds gives us: 1 + 4 + 1 = 6 Hundreds . We write this below the line in the Hundreds place.

This gives us a final answer of 482 + 176 = 658

## Example 4) Work out 974 + 389

Adding the Ones gives us: 4 + 9 = 13 Ones = 1 Ten + 3 Ones. We write 3 Ones below the line in the Ones place and carry over 1 Ten into the Tens column.

Adding the Tens gives us: 1 + 7 + 8 = 16 Tens = 1 Hundred + 6 Tens. We write 6 Tens below the line in the Tens place. We carry 1 Hundred into the Hundreds column.

Adding the Hundreds gives us: 1 + 9 + 3 = 13 Hundreds = 1 Thousand + 3 Hundreds .

We write 1 in the Thousands place and 3 in the Hundreds place.

This gives us a final answer of 974 + 389 = 1363

## Example 5) Work out 728 + 457 + 66

Step 1) Add the Ones digit of the 3 numbers together.

Adding the Ones gives us: 8 + 7 + 6 = 21 Ones = 2 Tens + 1 One. We write 1 One below the line in the Ones place and carry over 2 Tens into the Tens column.

Step 2) Add the Tens digit of the 3 numbers together, remember to add any Tens that were carried over.

Adding the Tens gives us: 2 + 2 + 5 + 8 = 17 Tens = 1 Hundred + 7 Tens. We write 7 Tens below the line in the Tens place. We carry 1 Hundred into the Hundreds column.

Step 3) Add the Hundreds digit of the 3 numbers together, remember to add any Hundreds that were carried over.

Adding the Hundreds gives us: 1 + 7 + 4 = 12 Hundreds = 1 Thousand + 2 Hundreds.

We write 1 in the Thousands place and 2 in the Hundreds place.

This gives us a final answer of 728 + 457 + 86 = 1271

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We have split the sheets into 4 sections.

- The first section is the easiest and involves 3-digit addition with no regrouping
- The second section involves 3-digit addition with regrouping.
- The third section involves 3-digit addition with multi-addends
- The final section involves 3-digit addition challenges.

## 3 Digit Addition With No Regrouping

The sheets in this section are all of a similar level of difficulty.

- 3 Digit Addition no regrouping Sheet 1
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- 3 Digit Addition no regrouping Sheet 2
- 3 Digit Addition no regrouping Sheet 3

## 3 Digit Addition With Regrouping

Sheet 1 - regrouping in ones only

Sheet 2 - regrouping in ones or tens

Sheet 3 & 4 - regrouping in ones and/or tens

Sheets 5 & 6 - regrouping in ones/tens/hundreds

Sheets 7 & 8 - a mixture of addition problems with some that need regrouping and some that do not need regrouping

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## 3 Digit Addition Set-Out Problems

We have created a series of 3 worksheets for students to practice how to set out an addition problem in columns.

These problems all involve writing the numbers correctly into columns and then adding them up.

We have included problems with a 2-digit number being added to a 3-digit number as this often causes mistakes setting out correctly.

Worksheet 1 does not involve any regrouping.

Worksheets 2 and 3 involve regrouping in most of the problems.

- 3 Digit Addition Set-Out Worksheet 1 (no regrouping)
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- 3 Digit Addition Set-Out Worksheet 3

## 3 Digit Addition With Multi-Addends

Sheet 1 - regrouping in ones/tens all answers below 1000

Sheet 2 - regrouping in ones/tens/hundreds

- 3 Digit Addition with Multi Addends Sheet 1
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## 3-Digit Addition Missing Number Challenges

These sheets involve filling in the missing digits in the 3-digit additions, where the digits may belong to the addends or the answer.

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## More Second Grade Addition Worksheets

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## Three-Digit Addition Worksheets

Explore numerical proficiency with our 3-digit addition worksheets. These handouts, combining standard and word problems, offer a comprehensive approach to reinforce grade 2, grade 3, and grade 4 kids' understanding of three-digit addition, encompassing regrouping and non-regrouping scenarios, column and horizontal formats, drills, fun exercises, and more! Try our free three-digit addition worksheets for a sneak peak!

Adding 3-Digit and 2-Digit Numbers | Standard

Whether it is with or without regrouping, with or without word problems, this bunch of 3-digit addition worksheets is the right place for kids to bolster their addition skills.

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A fusion of standard and word problems, this set serves as an ideal tool to review the skills of your 2nd grade and 3rd grade students. Stay attentive, as some problems may require application of regrouping strategies.

Solving 3-Digit and 2-Digit Addition Word Problems

Add a dash of real-life relevance into addition exercises as kids engage with word problems. Encourage them to read, identify the addends, and calculate the sum in this section, bridging mathematical concepts with practical scenarios.

Addition with Base Ten Blocks

Offering a hands-on and visual approach to teach students the concepts of place value and addition, this section of our 3-digit addition worksheets gets kids to find the sum by counting the flats, rods, and units and adding them.

15-Problem Column Addition

Embrace the 15-problem column addition challenge and witness the little experts in grade 2 and grade 3 effortlessly crack them down! Keeping an eye out for strategic regrouping is the key!

Finding the Sum of 3-Digit Numbers with Word Problems

Kids get better with practice! Raise the bar and get them to solve this blend of twelve standard problems and two word problems to prove they are the masters of the game.

Identifying Addends

Challenge your kids to discover the two addends that add up to the provided sum, adding an exciting dimension to their mathematical skills.

3-Digit Addition Word Problems

Assess your kids' conceptual mastery with real-world challenges. Explore their ability to identify addends and calculate sums through engaging word problems.

Completing Addition Sentences | Treasure Box

Embark on a captivating journey with this part of our printable three-digit addition worksheets. Complete the addition sentence in each problem to crack the code and unlock hidden treasures within the chests!

15-Problem Horizontal Addition

Lay the foundation for mental math strategies with this set. As kids become proficient in this method they can easily transition to performing mental calculations by visualizing the horizontal arrangement of numbers.

Column Addition Drill without Regrouping

Adeptly navigate your way to finding sums with efficiency and ease in this bunch of problems where the addends are neatly lined up in columns.

Column Addition Drill with Regrouping

Make the learning process both effective and enjoyable as kids in 3rd grade and 4th grade are guided to regrouping and solving 25 problems and seamlessly progressing to solving 50 problems per page.

Horizontal Addition Drill without Regrouping

Dealing with numerical data in a horizontal format can often be a challenge to kids. Witness how this becomes a piece of cake with the practice offered in our worksheets.

Horizontal Addition Drill with Regrouping

Propel the skills of your kids with these problems that encourage kids to take up the challenge of finding the sum of 25 problems initially and gradually advance to 50 problems.

Finding Missing Digits

A wonderful opportunity for kids to showcase their addition skills unfolds in this set of problems, inviting them to decode the missing addends.

Addition with More Addends

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Printable “Add 3 1-digit Numbers” Worksheets: Add 3 numbers (make 10) (eg. 5 + 3 + 5) Add 3 single digit numbers (eg. 4 + 7 + 8) 3 Addends Word Problems

Online Worksheets 3 Addends, Sprint 1 3 Addends, Sprint 2

Adding three addends involves combining three numbers to find their sum. This can be done by adding the numbers in any order, and the result will be the same regardless of the order of addition.

Strategies for Adding Three Addends:

- The way in which numbers are grouped in an addition problem does not affect the sum. The students can then regroup the numbers in any order they find convenient.
- The order of the numbers being added does not change the sum. The students can then reorder the numbers in any order they find convenient.

Example: 3 + 11 + 7 = 3 + 7 + 11 = 10 + 11 = 21

Encourage students to practice adding three addends with different sets of numbers to build fluency and confidence in this skill. Emphasize that the order in which the numbers are added does not change the final sum.

Second Grade math worksheets to help students practice adding 3 single digit numbers or 3 addends using strategies like counting up, number bonds, make ten, make doubles etc.

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## Adding 3 Numbers Worksheets

When we begin to begin learning the addition operation it is all centered around the concept of adding two integers together regardless of the place values that are present within these values. In the real world when we are finding sums, they usually involve a great deal more data than just two values. This skill makes that first step for students towards realizing this. When we begin adding 3 numbers together, we need to first remember the commutative property of addition that tells us the order of the addends do not matter as long as just the addition operation is being process. We suggest that you set these problems up in a vertical fashion because it makes it much easier to see the place values. You process these from the lowest place to the highest place value. If at anytime a sum in a column is 10 or greater carry the tens place value to the next column. In this series of lessons and worksheets students will learn how to find the sum of three integers.

## Aligned Standard: 2.NBT

- Adding Three Numbers Step-by-Step Lesson - I like to start this by adding double digits. Later we progress to three digit integers.
- Guided Lesson - Three problems for you to practice with.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - To make sure they make sense, each problem gets it's own page.
- Three Number Column Addition 5 Pack -Single digits only at first. Get them in a rhythm with this one.
- Adding Three 3-Digit Numbers - We start to take on larger sets of numbers.
- Sums of Three Numbers Practice Worksheet - I mix around three digits and two digits in this pack of three integer sums.
- Adding Large Numbers - Another five pack for you. I might have over did it on practice for this skill.
- Sums of Three Numbers Lesson and Practice - A nice practice to catch up students that might be behind.
- Sums of Three Single Digit Numbers Worksheet - Twenty quick single digit - three integers sums.
- Sums of Three Single Digit Numbers Lesson and Practice - Yet another practice pack for you.
- Visual Sums of 3 Numbers 5 Pack - A neat way of doing sums in a word and picture format.
- Practice Worksheet - With the practice, I stick with adding two digit integers.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the horizontal sums of three integers to their totals.
- Sums of 4 Integers Worksheet - If you want to advance students to the next level, this would be it.
- Answer Keys - These are for all the unlocked materials above.

## Homework Sheets

All the sums are setup vertically for you to work with.

- Homework 1 - Start by adding the ones column.
- Homework 2 - Step two is to carry the one to the tens place and add the tens place.
- Homework 3 - The last step is to carry the one and add the hundreds place.

## Practice Worksheets

I sprinkled a few fun facts in here for you.

- Practice 1 - Make sure to start with the ones place and add right to left.
- Practice 2 - Anytime you get a number that is greater than 9, carry that extra digit into the next place value.
- Practice 3 - If you are adding numbers with different place values pay attention to the numbers and place zeroes before you start in empty place.

## Math Skill Quizzes

We stick to two integers and three integer sets. If you are looking for single integer sets, try the practice sheets.

- Quiz 1 - It is best to keep a running tally as you add 3 or more numbers.
- Quiz 2 - I find it best to cross out numbers that have already undergone operations.
- Quiz 3 - When adding 3 or more single digit numbers. It is easiest to add even numbers first. If they are all even, add the smallest numbers first. This organizes it better for you.

## Tips for Adding 3 Numbers Together

When we are finding the sum of 3 numbers, it just adds a slight level of complexity to adding two 2 together. We follow the same approach; we are just dealing with larger values in each column. We add the lowest place value first and then progress to each subsequent place value. If a sum is 10 or greater, we carry that tens place value over to the next column. For example, add 52, 81, and 26 together.

Setup - We will position the addends into a vertical column addition matrix, as you see to the right. We label the ones, tens, and we are pretty sure we’ll need a hundreds column as well. Since we are adding, we can arrange them in any order, but I’ll just list them in the order they were presented to avoid any confusion.

Step 1) The first step is to add the ones column (2 + 1 + 6 = 9). Place the 9 at the bottom of that column.

Step 2) We now add the tens place (5 + 8 + 2 = 15). Since this value is greater than 10, the 1 would carry to the hundreds place. Since there are no digits in the hundreds place, the hundreds value would therefore become 1. So our final answer would be 151.

Adding 3 numbers can be a confusing task when there are negative integers in the mix as well. Thus, it is necessary that the kids understand which integer should be solved first, depending on the type of integer. To solve these integers swiftly, the following set of tips needs to be kept in mind.

Firstly, you need to learn which types of integers are present in a single question. For instance, 5 + (-6) + 3. In this equation, you can see that there are two positive integers and one negative integer. Thus, in such a scenario, you can add positive ones together and subtract the negative ones later.

In another scenario, if there are two negative integers and one positive integer. For instance, -4 + (-6) + 3, the negative integers will be subtracted first. Then, you can add the positive integer 3 to the answer.

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## Adding 3 Single Digit Numbers Math Worksheet

## Add 3 Numbers by Making 10 Worksheet

Assess your math skills by adding 3 numbers by making a 10 in this worksheet..

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Improve your child's proficiency in addition with this worksheet. The worksheet invites learners to work with a set of problems on addition and find the answer. In this task, students will use the newly learned strategy, that is, make a 10 to add strategy to solve the given problems.

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## 2024 NBA Draft projections

No. 1 overall pick.

Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY : Detroit Pistons – Alex Sarr, C, Perth (Australia) Wildcats

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Kyle Irving, The Sporting News : Detroit Pistons – Alex Sarr, C, Perth (Australia) Wildcats

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## No. 2 overall pick

Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY: Washington Wizards – Zaccharie Risacher, SF, JL Bourg (France)

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## No. 3 overall pick

Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY: Charlotte Hornets – Rob Dillingham, PG, Kentucky

Zillgitt writes: "As a smaller guard, he is elite at creating own shot, through spot-up shooting or dribble penetration because of his speed and ball-handling. Will need to get stronger and improve shot selection. Even though Kentucky lost in the first round, Dillingham is a hot prospect."

Kevin O'Connor, The Ringer: Charlotte Hornets – Nikola Topić, PG, Crvena Zvezda (Serbia)

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Add 3 Numbers Word Problem Worksheets. Forming a 10 is a great strategy for adding 3 numbers in first grade. It helps kids break down the problem into smaller, easier steps. Make a Ten Team: Look for pairs of numbers that add up to 10. Here are the number pairs that equal 10: 1+9=10. 2+8=10.

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