These addition worksheets are free for personal or classroom use.
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In the worksheets below, students work the problems and fill their answers in the provided blank spaces.
The answers are provided for you, the teacher, on a duplicate worksheet that you can access and print out in the second slide after the students' worksheet.
On this worksheet, students will answer questions such as: "Your favorite Aunt is flying to your house next month. It’s a 5-hour flight and she lives 3,060 miles away from you. " and "On the 12 days of Christmas, how many gifts did the ‘True Love’ receive?
(Partridge in a Pear Tree, 2 Turtle Doves, 3 French Hens, 4 Calling Birds, 5 Golden Rings etc.) How can you show your work?
Students must justify their proposed spinner, explaining how it fits the data.
The Boardwalk Fun problem requires students to use a logic grid to figure out what each kid wants to do at the boardwalk.
Yet, they may still be intimidated by math word problems. Explain to students that answering most word problems in the fourth grade generally involves knowing the basic math operations—addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division—and understanding when and how to use simple math formulas to improve math skills.
Explain to students that you can find the rate (or speed) that someone is traveling if you know the distance and time that she traveled.