Double Digit Addition With Regrouping

Double Digit Addition With Regrouping

Double Digit Addition with Regrouping requires a strong understanding of place value and basic addition. Regrouping happens when the sum of the digits in one column exceeds nine and you have to carry the “extra” value to the next column.

If your child is having trouble understanding this concept, the best thing to do is practice. With repetition, they’ll start to see and understand the pattern and process. Also, children develop at their own pace. Remaining patient and trying different ways of explaining can be extremely helpful.

The printable PDF worksheets below will give your child practice adding two-digit numbers whose sum is less than or equal to 99. Once they master double digit addition with regrouping it’ll be time to learn double digit subtraction with regrouping!

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Double Digit Addition With Regrouping - Addends up to 50 (Printable PDFs)

In these addition with regrouping worksheets, your child will practice adding numbers that are less than or equal to 50. They will all require the child to regroup (aka “carry the one”).

Double Digit Addition With Regrouping - Addends up to 99 (Printable PDFs)

In these addition with regrouping worksheets, your child will practice adding numbers that are less than or equal to 99. They will all require the child to regroup (aka “carry the one”).