# Math Word Problems Worksheets

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A full-throttle display of fun everyday scenarios, our free printable math word problems worksheets help make children twice as quick and accurate at applying various math concepts and solving real-world problems. Riding on the new-found confidence, students will whizz through performing the four arithmetic operations: adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing numbers, interpreting tally charts, and moving points across a coordinate plane beyond an iota of doubt.

These word problem pdf worksheets are most recommended for students in kindergarten through grade 7.

CCSS: 1.OA, 2.OA, 2.NBT, 3.OA, 3.MD, 3.NBT, 4.NBT, 5.NBT

This collection of word problem exercises covers addition soup to nuts! Practice with sums up to 20 word problems for kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade kids and multi-digit addition word problems for 4th grade and 5th grade students.

A spectacular splurge of real-life scenarios involving subtraction of single-digit, 2-digit, 3-digit, 4-digit, and large numbers, this huge stock of free word problems worksheets on subtraction is a must-try practice resource!

Perfect for children in 3rd grade to 6th grade, our math word problem worksheets have a plethora of lifelike instances of when and how we multiply numbers in our everyday life. Fathom out the relation between multiplication and addition too!

Jacob has 6 candies. He shares the candies equally between him and Anna. How many candies does Anna get? You're right. Anna gets 3! How did you find out? You divided 6 by 2, didn't you? Our word problem pdfs have loads of similar situations on division.

This exciting set of printable resources has tally marks in place of numbers! Read the tally charts, interpret the data, and answer the questions. Count the tally marks, and add or subtract the number of items to complete this super-fun exercise.

Coordinate Plane Word Problems

Explore this pack of printable word problems worksheets based on coordinate planes and get your heads around moving the points on a coordinate plane, and locating the endpoints after movement using the x and y coordinates.