Add up to Four 2-digit Numbers using Strategies based on Place Value

Name Grade School
Date Questions10 Score

  1. 1 18
    62
    99
     35
  2. 2 26
    27
    21
     87
  3. 3 35
    15
    18
     86
  4. 4 86
    64
    82
     70
  5. 5 64
    68
    21
     88
  6. 6 96
    61
    49
     78
  7. 7 18
    82
    56
     49
  8. 8 90
    50
    67
     95
  9. 9 65
    49
    87
     30
  10. 10 78
    88
    17
     39

Answers Key
  1. 1 18
    62
    99
     35214
  2. 2 26
    27
    21
     87161
  3. 3 35
    15
    18
     86154
  4. 4 86
    64
    82
     70302
  5. 5 64
    68
    21
     88241
  6. 6 96
    61
    49
     78284
  7. 7 18
    82
    56
     49205
  8. 8 90
    50
    67
     95302
  9. 9 65
    49
    87
     30231
  10. 10 78
    88
    17
     39222

Four 2-digit Numbers Addition Worksheet

The CCSS.MATH.2.NBT.B.6 worksheets with answers for 2nd grade students to practice problems on Add up to four two-digit numbers using properties of operations and strategies based on place value is available online for free in printable and downloadable (pdf & image) format. For more questions and answers on 2.NBT.B.6 math activities, tap on generate new worksheet to learn, practice, test and verify math skills under the common core cluster (2NBTB) Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract in domain number and operations in base ten.

How to Use this Worksheet

Objective:
To practice these math problems of 2NBTB6 worksheets, students are required to add up to four two-digit numbers using properties of operations and strategies based on place value. The main objective of these 2.NBT.B.6 problems, answers and work with steps is to make students to Use place value understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract. Users can directly refer the answer key to verify the work with steps for the corresponding practice problems given in the 2.NBT.B.6 activities under common core state standards for 2nd grade mathematics.

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