2nd Grade Addition Worksheet

In 2nd grade addition worksheet we will solve the problems on addition of 2-digit numbers (without Regrouping), addition by regrouping, regrouping tens to hundreds, estimating the sum and word problems on addition.

1. Regroup and write the number.

(i) 3 hundreds + 15 tens = _____

(ii) 5 hundreds + 11 tens = _____

(iii) 6 hundreds + 16 tens = _____

(iv) 7 hundreds + 20 ones = _____

2. One hundred is equal to  _____ tens.

3. 23 + 52 + = 52 + _____

4. 99 + 0 = _____


5. Fill in the boxes.

(i) 12 + _____ = 12

(ii) 55 + 1 = _____

(iii) 68 + _____ = 69

(iv) 0 + _____ = 80

(v) _____ + 1 = 99

(vi) _____ + 1 = 89


6. Add the following 2-digit numbers without carrying.

(i) 18 + 10

(ii) 14+3

(iii) 13 + 15

(iv) 26 + 32

(v) 34 + 65

(vi) 53 + 34 

(vii) 48 +41

(viii) 63 + 24 

(ix) 25 + 16

(x) 56 + 19

(xi) 18 + 34

(xii) 46 + 12

(xiii) 57 +27

(xiv) 48 + 12

(xv) 68 + 15


7. Add the following with carry over.

(i) 59 + 22

(ii) 60 + 50

(iii) 78 + 64

(iv) 79 + 22

(v) 80 + 45

(vi) 34 + 49

(vii) 25 + 79

(viii) 82 + 99

(ix) 105 + 201

(x) 509 + 120

(xi) 561 + 232

(xii) 678 + 111


8. Write T for true and F for false.

(i) 13 + 14 = 14 + 13

(ii) 60 + 10 = 70

(iii) 17 tens = 1 hundred + 7 tens

(iv) 5 tens + 5 tens = 2 hundreds

 

9. Fill in the blanks.

(i) 10 + 20 + 30 = _____

(ii) 10 more than 100 = _____

2nd Grade Addition Worksheet


10. Regroup and add the following.

(i) 3 tens + 13 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(ii) 5 tens + 21 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(iii) 4 tens + 18 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

(iv) 2 tens + 32 ones = _____ tens + _____ ones

 

11. Add the following.

(i) 25 + 3 = _____

(ii) 32 + 4 = _____

(iii) 43 + 16 = _____

(iv) 62 + 33 = _____

(v) 46 + 6 = _____

(vi) 57 + 5 = _____

(vii) 71 + 33 = _____

(viii) 95 + 12 = _____

 

12. In a bus there were 110 men, 20 women and 3 children. How many passengers were there in total?

13. Nairitee has 96 coins and Nitheeya has 23 conis. How many coints do they have altogether?

14. 53 boys and 45 girls study in Class 2. How many students study in Class 2 altogether?

15. Robert has three marble boxes. The first box has 82 marbles, the second has 48 marbles and the third has 57 marbles. How many marbles does Robert have in all? 

16. There were 28 fish in a big water tank. 43 more fish were put in the tank. How many fish are there in all now?

17. A fruit seller has 94 raw guavas and 58 ripe guavas. How many guavas does he have in all?

18. Sarah scored 154 runs in the first cricket match and 132 runs in the second. How many runs did she score in all?

19. Complete the following table.

Addition

Mental calculation

Add 10

Estimate

Actual sum

29 + 54

2 tens + 5 tens

80

about 80

83

66 + 24

_____________

____

______

______

35 + 38

_____________

____

______

______

Patterns Based on Addition Properties

20. Draw/Colour the shapes in the order of the numbers being added.

Patterns Based on Addition Properties


21. See the pattern and complete the addition of 10 to the following numbers.

11 + 10 = 21

23 + 10 = 33

36 + 10 = 46

40 + 10 = 50

52 + 10 = 62

67 + 10 = 77

75 + 10 = 85

89 + 10 = 99

16 + 10 =

22 + 10 =

39 + 10 =

43 + 10 =

54 + 10 =

61 + 10=

77 + 10 =

85 + 10 =


22. Find the sum and fill the blanks when you know the sum of the ones.

Given

Given

Given

Given

Given

2 + 3 = 5

4 + 3 = 7

3 + 5 = 8

1 + 5 = 6

2 + 7 = 9

12 + 3 = 15 and 22 + 3 = 25

24 + 3 = 27 and 34 + 3 = 37

13 + 5 = 18 and 23 + 5 = 28

31 + 5 = 36 and 51 + 5 = 56

22 + 7 = 29 and 42 + 7 = 49

So, 32 + 3 = ___

So, 44 + 3 = ___

So, 33 + 5 = ___

So, 81 + 5 = ___

So, 62 + 7 = ___


Answers


1. (i) 450

(ii) 610

(iii) 760

(iv) 900


2. 10

3. 23

4. 99 


5. (i) 0

(ii) 56

(iii) 1

(iv) 80

(v) 98

(vi) 88


6. (i) 28

(ii) 17

(iii) 28

(iv) 58

(v) 99

(vi) 87

(vii) 89

(viii) 87

(ix) 41

(x) 75

(xi) 52

(xii) 58

(xiii) 84

(xiv) 60

(xv) 83


7. (i) 81

(ii) 110

(iii) 142

(iv) 101

(v) 125

(vi) 83

(vii) 104

(viii) 181

(ix) 306

(x) 629

(xi) 793

(xii) 789


8. (i) T

(ii) T

(iii) T

(iv) F

 

9. (i) 60

(ii) 110

(iii) 160

(iv) 50


10. (i) 4 tens + 3 ones; 43

(ii) 7 tens + 1 ones; 71 

(iii) 5 tens + 8 ones; 58

(iv) 5 tens + 2 ones; 52

 

11. (i) 28

(ii) 36

(iii) 59

(iv) 95

(v) 52

(vi) 62

(vii) 104

(viii) 107


12. 133

13. 119

14. 98

15. 187

16. 71

17. 152

18. 286


21. 

16 + 10 = 26

22 + 10 = 32

39 + 10 = 49

43 + 10 = 53

54 + 10 = 64

61 + 10 = 71

77 + 10 = 87

85 + 10 = 95


22.

So, 32 + 3 = 35

So, 44 + 3 = 47

So, 33 + 5 = 38

So, 81 + 5 = 86

So, 62 + 7 = 69






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