Math Practice Topic: Multi-Part Addition Word Problems

Description: This topic covers the skill of solving simple three-step (or so) addition word problems within 20.

Adaptive Learning Progression: The numbers get slightly bigger.

Sample Levels (out of 4)

Answer these word problems.

1.
You collect coins. Suppose you start out with 2. Maria gives you another 4 coins. Mike gives you another 1 coin. How many coins do you have at the end?
2.
You collect stamps. Suppose you start out with 3. Sharon gives you another 6 stamps. Peter gives you another 1 stamp. How many stamps do you have at the end?
3.
You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 2. Jennifer gives you another 2 pens. John gives you another 5 pens. How many pens do you have at the end?

Answer these word problems.

1.
You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 2. John gives you another 15 pens. Jose gives you another 1 pen. How many pens do you have at the end?
2.
You collect balls. Suppose you start out with 2. Maria gives you another 7 balls. Peter gives you another 6 balls. How many balls do you have at the end?
3.
You collect pens. Suppose you start out with 4. Paul gives you another 13 pens. Mike gives you another 2 pens. How many pens do you have at the end?

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