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Addition
Math
Grade 4 Math
Grade 5 Math
Grade 6 Math

 

Name _____________________________
Date ___________________
Addition
Complete.
1.   * This is a pre-made sheet.
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2.  
5,582
+ 6,772


3.  
239
+ 79


4.  
5,710
+ 61


5.  
9,081
+ 5,997


6.  
122
+ 96


7.  
916
+ 1,858


8.  
19
+ 48



Complete.
1.  
1,018,402
+ 8,364,410


2.  
224,996
+ 15,883


3.  
280,752
+ 818,780


4.  
33,450
+ 8,858,520


5.  
5,421,997
+ 119,967


6.  
64,717
+ 62,174


7.  
16,786
+ 8,391,326


8.  
869,152
+ 83,108



Complete.
1.  
22  +  55

2.  
12  +  83

3.  
87  +  86

4.  
56  +  33

5.  
64  +  99

6.  
86  +  46

7.  
71  +  44

8.  
64  +  18

9.  
83  +  30


 

Key #2
Complete.
1.   Nicholas and his father are going to the football game. If tickets cost $9.00 each, how much will it cost for them to go to the game?


2.   If Dad found six skinks in the front garden, three turtles by the back fence, and a snake by the garage, how many reptiles did he find altogether?



Complete.
1.  
92,054  +  85,132

2.  
83,520  +  5,426

3.  
1,505  +  68,793

4.  
47,537  +  7,937

5.  
94,232  +  3,870

6.  
78,214  +  2,524

7.  
70,567  +  6,621

8.  
61,339  +  2,582

9.  
32,999  +  1,237


Complete.
1.  
65
714
+ 64


2.  
30
758
+ 54


3.  
378
660
+ 82


4.  
484
13
+ 522


5.  
83
17
+ 56



Fill in the missing digits.
1.  
3
+ 9




6 4 9
2.  
4 8 4
+ 4 9




5
3.  
7 9
+ 8 8






1 , 3 8
4.  
3 3 3
+




0 6

 

Key #2
Complete.
1.   Cameron ran for Student Council president at EdHelper Middle School. He received two hundred seven votes and but lost the election by only eleven votes to the only other person running! It was so close that he asked for a recount, but the results of the recount were identical to the first count. There were five hundred eighty-two students present on election day. How many of them did not vote?


2.   Amanda found the most eggs at the egg hunt. She went further out in the field than anyone. She found twice as many as I did. After the hunt was over, she shared them freely with everyone. We separated them by color and counted them. She had seventeen blue eggs, eleven pink eggs, seventeen purple eggs, fourteen green eggs, and fifteen yellow eggs. How many eggs did she find?



Complete.
1.  
 58  +  59  +  23  +  70  +  44


2.  
 6  +   ( 18  +  95   +  21


3.  
 67  +  12  +  46


4.  
  ( 35  +  72   +  71


5.  
  ( 13  +  42   +  63  +   ( 78  +  29 


6.  
 52  +  60  +  68  +  84



Complete.
1.  
67,590
196
+ 1,989


2.  
52,272
58
+ 481


3.  
7,813
23
+ 47,249


4.  
884
692
+ 966



Fill in the missing digits.
1.  
, 0 1
+ 6 , 0 5







1 1 , 9 6
2.  
1 , 1 5
+ 2 7 , 1 0







3 , 8 4
3.  
4 , 0 2
+ , 2 4







3 , 1 7
4.  
5 , 4 6 3
+ 0 , 6 5







7 8 , 9

 

Key #2
Fill in the missing digits.
1.  
6 , 3
+ , 6 4







0 , 9 7 0
2.  
4 8 1
+ 4 1




6
3.  
4
+ 9 3






, 0 1 3
4.  
8 6 , 1 8
+ 1 8 , 5 8








2 4 , 2 0

Each letter in each question stands for a 1-digit number.  In each question, no two letters may stand for the same number. Two separate problems are unrelated.  Find a value for each letter.
1.  
  WERE
+ WAIT

  THEY

(Use the numbers: 9, 0, 1, 8, 7, 4, 3, and 6)
2.  
  PAINT
+ THOSE

  SLEEP

(Use the numbers: 5, 8, 1, 4, 7, 9, 3, 0, 6, and 2)
3.  
   OFF
+ GAME

  STAY

(Use the numbers: 1, 5, 9, 4, 6, 7, 8, 2, and 3)

Complete.
1.  
974
+ 457


2.  
810
+ 59


3.  
752
+ 95


4.  
741
+ 874


5.  
51
+ 73


6.  
37
+ 623


7.  
278
+ 163


8.  
94
+ 43


9.  
27
+ 16


10.  
273
+ 918



Complete.
1.  
15
409
+ 63


2.  
97
697
+ 91


3.  
228
422
+ 231


4.  
236
29
+ 771


5.  
62
30
+ 516



 

Key #2
Complete the math addition box. The sum of the columns, rows, and two diagonal lines are given.
1.  
  
88
 
23   18
40 27  
     
 
83
102
112
 
106 118 73
 
70



2.  
  
119
 
41 47  
37   45
     
 
121
128
112
 
118 137 106
 
115




Complete the math addition box. The sum of the columns, rows, and two diagonal lines are given.
1.  
  
102
 
16 39 50  
    34 36
17 12   43
24 23    
 
137
152
111
95
 
90 123 150 132
 
125



2.  
  
141
 
  39 26  
26   49 20
27     42
15 31   32
 
126
129
133
96
 
88 140 121 135
 
114




 


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