Addition of Triple and Double Digits
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 2 Operations - 2.NBT.B.7
Tips for Adding Triple and Double-Digit Numbers - When you add triple and double-digit numbers, you need to be quick on your solving methods. However, to add much more significant numbers, students need to understand the trick behind these sums. For instance, if we add 27 and 18, you know that we can add tens first and then add the ones. In the present case, we will first add the tens, i.e., 2 and 1 which makes 3. Secondly, we will add the ones who make 115 (7 + 8). You should keep such scenarios in mind that whether you are solving two-digit numbers or three-digit numbers. These worksheets and lessons can be used to help students learn to find the sum of a two and three digit number combo.
- Step-by-Step Lesson- I like to use the grid format to help explain this one. It really helps when carrying the number.
- Guided Lesson - A nice big font for you to work with on this one. Great for a class wide lesson.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - This uses up a bit of paper, sorry about that. It is great to print out for students that missed any lessons.
- Practice Sheet - I noticed that the grid style is a bit bunched up on this one.
- Adding Double and Triple Digits 5 Pack - Lots of good and deep practice for you.
- Matching Sheet - Match the vertical problems to their sums. Great to kick off class.
Each of these sheets start you off with a completed problem.
- Homework 1 - The example shows you how to find the sum of two hundred eighty-nine and twenty-nine.
- Homework 2 - We slide the thirteen to the tens place.
- Homework 3 - A box within a box.
No surprises on these either.
Math Skill Quizzes
We throw in a few bumps by purposely not aligning a few problems to see how students handle it.