Looking for Arithmetic worksheets?
Check out our pre-made Arithmetic worksheets!
 Tweet

##### Browse Questions
• Arts (164)
• English Language Arts (5686)
• English as a Second Language ESL (4415)
• Health and Medicine (59)
• Life Skills (3)
• Math (2536)

• ### Subtraction with Regrouping

• #### Statistics and Probability Concepts

• Physical Education (80)
• Science (1897)
• Social Studies (1422)
• Technology (3)

You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Grade 3 Addition with Regrouping questions! Select one or more questions using the checkboxes above each question. Then click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

Previous Next
78 + 46 =
1. 32
2. 114
3. 122
4. 124
$347 + 589 =$
1. 242
2. 936
3. 926
4. 836
$ul({:( ,25),(+,76):})$
1. 91
2. 92
3. 100
4. 101
The aquarium sold tickets to the polar bear exhibit on Saturday and Sunday. On Saturday, the aquarium sold 584 tickets. On Sunday, the aquarium sold 296 tickets. How many total tickets did the aquarium sell on Saturday and Sunday?
1. 770
2. 880
3. 900
4. 990
Sally has 75 marbles. Andreya gave her 99 more marbles. How many does Sally have in all?
1. 100
2. 1000
3. 120
4. 174
199 + 534 =
1. 833
2. 733
3. 613
4. 734
Harry made 96 potions this month, 34 last month, and 76 the month before. How many potions did Harry make in total?
1. 204
2. 188
3. 206
4. 306
$ul({:( ,846),(+,107):})$
1. 946
2. 953
3. 963
4. 966
317 + 445 =
1. 752
2. 862
3. 762
4. 761
Which operation should be used to solve the problem?

Evander loved frogs. He had many frog collections in his room. He put them all into separate piles and counted how many were in each pile. He had a pile of 5, a pile of 20, a pile of 13, a pile of 18, and a pile of 27. How many frogs does he have in total?
2. Subtraction
3. Multiplication
4. Division
What could you do to find the missing number?
12 +                     = 20
3. Subtract 12 from 20
4. Subtract 8 from 12
45 + 69 = 114
1. True
2. False
54 + 67 =
1. 121
2. 122
3. 110
4. 111
$ul({:( ,357),(+,63):})$
1. 430
2. 420
3. 410
4. 400
A play had 455 people attend on Monday night. On Tuesday night the play had 567 people attend, and 247 on Wednesday. They play was closed on Thursday, and on Friday 391 people attended the play. How many people attended the play all together on Monday through Wednesday night?
1. 1,660
2. 1,269
3. 1,413
4. 958
$ul({:( ,482),(+,344):})$
1. 726
2. 736
3. 826
4. 836
Gary sold 187 pencils in the school store in the month of March. He sold 245 in the month of April. How many pencils did he sell in all?
1. 420
2. 432
3. 431
4. 235
879 + 43 =
1. 1,309
2. 922
3. 836
4. 122
Find the sum.

748 + 95 =
1. 853
2. 1,698
3. 842
4. 843