Tristan had 74¢ and Juniper gave him a quarter. How much does he have now? Kids will practice identifying coins and using the part-part-whole concept (number bonds) to solve money word problems in this two-digit addition worksheet.
When students get into double-digit addition and subtraction, they learn how to regroup. Regrouping is the process used in vertical equations that involves carrying numbers over. This added layer of complexity doesn't have to slow students down as they expand their math abilities. The Learning Library offers numerous tools, from traditional worksheets to modern online games, that allow young learners to seamlessly integrate this new skill.
Tools on Two-digit Addition and Regrouping
Second graders are introduced to two-digit addition and regrouping—the process of carrying numbers over on vertical equations. While two-digit addition and subtraction is a math curriculum focus in second grade, there a few double-digit equation resources in the Learning Library that cater toward the first and third grade, too.
For second graders, the library offers printable worksheets, organized lesson plans, online exercises and a workbook. A practical way of teaching vertical equations is with pencil and paper practice. Most of the worksheets are filled with different math problems to save teachers and parents valuable time making their own. Other worksheets utilize horizontal equations. This format encourages students to practice stacking their own equations. Premium members can access the second grade math workbook for free. In addition to regrouping and two-digit equation practice, the book's assignments help kids understand place value (the numerical value that a digit is given by its position in a number) among other Common Core math standards.
Other sources offer preparatory two-digit work for first graders and refresher assignments for third graders. No matter the grade, the Learning Library secures that students reach two-digit math addition and regrouping demands.