# 5 Free Worksheets on 3 Digit Addition Game

These worksheets on the 3-digit addition game will help to visualize and understand the 3-digit addition game. 5th-grade students will learn basic addition methods and can improve their basic math skills with our free printable worksheets.

## Rolling Dice for 3 Digit Addition without Regrouping

This game is about rolling dice.

• Each player rolls three dice, one at a time, to generate three-digit numbers.
• After rolling all three dice, players add the numbers together to get their sum.
• But everybody should remember that the problem must be solved without regrouping.

## Card Game with 3 Digit Addition with Regrouping

Each player chooses three cards, one at a time, to generate three-digit numbers. After choosing all three cards, players add the numbers together to get their sum.

Players must perform three-digit addition with regrouping, using the numbers on their cards, and announce the sum.

Start with a maze worksheet that contains 3-digit addition problems at various points along the maze path.

• Look for the answer among the options for the next direction to take (e.g., up, down, left, right).
• Choose the direction that corresponds to the correct answer.
• Continue solving and navigating the maze in this way, always choosing the path that matches the correct answer and color the right path.
• If you encounter an incorrect answer or reach a dead-end, backtrack to the last correct point and try a different path.
• Keep solving and moving until you reach the end of the maze.

Spin and Add Numbers is a simple math game for kids to practice addition. Here’s how to play in 5 lines:

1. You need a spinner, which can be a paperclip and a pencil, or a ready-made spinner with 3-digit numbers.
2. Players take turns spinning the spinner.
3. Players add the selected numbers and write the sum in a designated space.

This worksheet contains a horizontal addition of the Easter egg theme for practicing more 3-digit addition.

Solve the problems and enhance your knowledge.