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Practise Your Addition: Adding Three Numbers (1)

In this worksheet, students add three numbers to find a total.

'Practise Your Addition: Adding Three Numbers (1)' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Addition and Subtraction

Curriculum subtopic:  Solve Add/Subtract Problems to 1000

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

This worksheet is about adding three numbers to find a total.

Example


40 sweets in this packet

29 sweets in this packet

21 sweets in this packet  

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 

Answer

We can work out 40 + 29 + 21  on the number line below.


 

We start at 40 and move forward 29 to 69, then we mover forward 21 to get to 90.

The answer is 90 sweets

 

 

 


25 sweets in this packet

25 sweets in this packet

37 sweets in this packet   

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 

 

 


16 strawberries in this basket

30 strawberries in this basket

16 strawberries in this basket  

 

How many strawberries are there altogether?


 


40 biscuits in this tin

49 biscuits in this tin

10 biscuits in this tin  

 

How many biscuits are there altogether?

 


20 marbles in this bag

43 marbles in this bag

22 marbles in this bag  

 

How many marbles are there altogether?


 


20 sweets in this packet

30 sweets in this packet

20 sweets in this packet  

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 


30 marbles in this bag

24 marbles in this bag

11 marbles in this bag  

 

How many marbles are there altogether?

 

 


20 strawberries in this basket

40 strawberries in this basket

25 strawberries in this basket   

 

How many strawberries are there altogether?

 


50 biscuits in this tin

11 biscuits in this tin

29 biscuits in this tin  

 

How many biscuits are there altogether?

 


20 sweets in this packet

45 sweets in this packet

20 sweets in this packet  

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 


14 marbles in this bag

25 marbles in this bag

25 marbles in this bag  

 

How many marbles are there altogether?

 

 

  • Question 1


25 sweets in this packet

25 sweets in this packet

37 sweets in this packet   

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
87
EDDIE SAYS

25 + 25 +37 = 87

  • Question 2


16 strawberries in this basket

30 strawberries in this basket

16 strawberries in this basket  

 

How many strawberries are there altogether?


 

CORRECT ANSWER
62
EDDIE SAYS

16 + 30 + 16 = 62

  • Question 3


40 biscuits in this tin

49 biscuits in this tin

10 biscuits in this tin  

 

How many biscuits are there altogether?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
99
EDDIE SAYS

40 + 49 + 10 = 99

  • Question 4


20 marbles in this bag

43 marbles in this bag

22 marbles in this bag  

 

How many marbles are there altogether?


 

CORRECT ANSWER
85
EDDIE SAYS

20 + 43 + 22 = 85

  • Question 5


20 sweets in this packet

30 sweets in this packet

20 sweets in this packet  

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
70
EDDIE SAYS

20 + 30 + 20 = 70

  • Question 6


30 marbles in this bag

24 marbles in this bag

11 marbles in this bag  

 

How many marbles are there altogether?

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
65
EDDIE SAYS

30 + 24 +11 = 65

  • Question 7


20 strawberries in this basket

40 strawberries in this basket

25 strawberries in this basket   

 

How many strawberries are there altogether?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
85
EDDIE SAYS

20 + 40 + 25 = 85

  • Question 8


50 biscuits in this tin

11 biscuits in this tin

29 biscuits in this tin  

 

How many biscuits are there altogether?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
90
EDDIE SAYS

50 + 11 + 29 = 90

  • Question 9


20 sweets in this packet

45 sweets in this packet

20 sweets in this packet  

 

How many sweets are there altogether?

 

CORRECT ANSWER
85
EDDIE SAYS

20 + 45 + 20 = 85

  • Question 10


14 marbles in this bag

25 marbles in this bag

25 marbles in this bag  

 

How many marbles are there altogether?

 

 

CORRECT ANSWER
64
EDDIE SAYS

14 + 25 + 25 = 64

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