Double Digit Addition Worksheets
Out of the four basic arithmetic operations, including addition (+), subtraction (), multiplication (×), and division (÷), addition is the easiest. Students find addition is very simple when it involves singledigit numbers. However, when it comes to adding doubledigit numbers, students begin to face difficulties. Consider the addition sum; 54+37. To start adding, always start from the righthand. When you start adding, and the result exceeds 9, you will have to use the "carrying" method. You can crosscheck your result by subtracting any of the numbers from the original sum from the final result. When you do that, the result must be equal to the other number. In this case, when you subtract 37 from 91, you will 54, and when you subtract 54 from 91, you will get 37.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to add ones and tens columns. Includes practice problems.
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Intermediate Lesson
Demonstrates how to add ones and tens columns and rename numbers.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 double digit addition problems. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Contains 20 double digit addition problems. The answers can be found below.
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Double Digit Addition Homework
Features 12 double digit addition problems. An example is provided.
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Double Digit Addition Quiz
10 double digit addition questions for you to work on with a scoring matrix top help seee where you fit.
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Lesson and Practice Answer Key
Answers for both Lessons and Double Digit Addition Independent Practice worksheets.
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Homework and Quiz Answer Key
Answers for the Double Digit Addition homework worksheet and quiz.
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A funny addition joke just for you:
What kind of insect is really good at adding up all of their bills? They are very busy in the middle of April.Come on, that one is a super easy one! The accountANT.