Addition Word Problems – 2-Digit Numbers given here will help the children to learn the adding process of  2-Digit Numbers. We have included various Two-Digit Addition Problems below. By practicing every problem children can understand how to read the problem and solve the problem. After reading the questions students can understand and write down the solution by themselves.

Check out all the problems given below and practice them as many times as you can.

Example 1.

Sam has 30 candies. Her sister gave her 21 candies. How many candies did Sam have now altogether?

Solution:
Given that Sam has 30 candies.
Number of candies her sister gave her = 21 candies
Now, add the total candies by adding 30 candies with 21 candies.
30
+ 21
—————–
51 (No regrouping) Therefore, the total number of candies Sam have = 30 + 21 = 51 candies.

Example 2.

Alex gets 42 marks on the first test. He gets 36 marks on the second test. How many marks does he get in all?

Solution:
Given that Alex gets 42 marks on the first test.
He gets 36 marks on the second test.
First test = 42 marks
Second test = 36 marks
Now, add the First test and Second test marks.
Add 42 marks with 36 marks.
42
+ 36
—————–
78 (No regrouping) Therefore, the total number of marks Alex gets in all = 42 + 36 = 78 marks.

Example 3.

Kelly has 52 pencils. His brother Henry has 37 pencils. How many pencils do they have altogether?

Solution:
Given that Kelly has 52 pencils
His brother Henry has 37 pencils.
Now, add the Kelly and Henry pencils in total.
Add 52 pencils with 37 pencils.
52
+ 37
—————–
89 (No regrouping) Therefore, total number of pencils do they have in all = 52 + 37 = 89

Example 4.

If one number is 28 and the other number is 50. What is the sum of those two numbers?

Solution:
Given that one number is 28
The other number is 50.
Now, add the two numbers in total.
28
+ 50
—————–
78 (No regrouping) Therefore, sum of those two numbers = 28 + 50 = 78.

Example 5.

In a classroom there are 30 boys and 27 girls. How many students are there in the classroom in all?

Solution:
Given that in a classroom there are 30 boys and 27 girls.
The total number of boys in the classroom is 30.
The total number of girls in the classroom is 27.
Now, add the total number of boys and girls in the classroom.
Add 30 boys with 27 girls.
30
+ 27
—————–
57 (No regrouping) Therefore, total number of students in the classroom = 30 + 27 = 57

Example 6.

The food bank expected to recruit 80 volunteers. 26 men and 62 women signed up. How many volunteers were recruited?

Solution:
Given that the food bank expected to recruit 80 volunteers.
26 men and 62 women signed up.
The total number of men = 26.
The total number of women =  62.
Now, add the total number of men and women signed up.
Add 26 men with 62 women.
26
+ 62
—————–
88 (No regrouping) Therefore, total number of volunteers were recruited = 26 + 62= 88.

Example 7.

They had 30 boxes of chocolates in storage and received 37 more boxes last month. How many boxes of chocolates are there?

Solution:
Given that they had 30 boxes of chocolates in storage and received 37 more boxes last month.
Now, add the 30 boxes of chocolates in storage with received 37 more boxes last month
Add 30 boxes of chocolates with 37 boxes of chocolates.
30
+ 37
—————–
67 (No regrouping) Therefore, total number of chocolate boxes = 30 + 37 = 67.

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