Use this worksheet to continue practice with two addition strategies: expanded notation and standard algorithm. Students will be challenged to solve three-digit addition problems and then check their work using multiple methods.
Use this worksheet to practice two strategies for solving three-digit addition problems. Students will flex their math muscles as they use both the expanded notation and standard algorithm strategies to solve challenging math problems.
Let's see how those addition skills have blossomed over the course of the year! Use this quick math assessment to gauge your students' abilities to add three-digit numbers, both with and without regrouping.
There are different approaches to solving three-digit addition. Education.com's resources provide a blend of lessons and assignments that cover them all. Teachers can select from printable worksheets with standard vertical equations, lesson plans focusing on the place value method, and much more. Discover the different three-digit addition and regrouping systems available in the Learning Library.
Three-digit Addition and Regrouping Resources
Some students may hit a roadblock with three-digit addition, but the tools in the Learning Library help kids overcome any hiccups they may face. The three-digit addition and regrouping resources include everything from efficient online exercise to thorough lesson plans.
One plan, Three-Digit Addition Strategy Review, offers three different ways students can approach high-digit addition. Fluently Adding Within 1000 teaches students to add using place value strategy, which is utilizing the position of digit within a number. The many printable worksheets are complete with a variety of addition problems to sharpen students adding abilities. To make math more engaging, the entertaining Two and Three-Digit Addition Game helps Professor Beardo's beard grow with each correct answer.
There are a few guided lessons, as well as a printable workbook for third graders, that premium members can access for free. The workbook, Addition and Subtraction Practice, includes brightly illustrated skills-based assignments such as traditional vertical problems as well as challenging word problems.
Educators can select from many other three-digit addition and regrouping resources that are academically stimulating and satisfying.