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### Addition Word Problems for Class 2 with answers

**Solved Word Problems :**

**Q.1 If there are 15 boys and 24 girls. What is the total number of students present in the classroom?**

**Ans: **Number of boys in the classroom = 15

Number of girls in the classroom = 24

Therefore, total number of students in the classroom = 15 + 24 = 39

**Q.2 19 more books have been added to the already kept 36 books in the central library. What is the total number of books on that shelf now?**

**Ans: **Books on the bookshelf before = 36

Books on the bookshelf after the addition of new books = 19

Total number of books within the bookshelf = 36 + 19 = 55

**Q.3 There are 5 apples on the table. If I add 3 more apples, how many apples will there be in total?Answer**: 8

**Q.4 There are 7 birds sitting on a branch. If 2 more birds join them, how many birds will be there in total?**Answer: 9

**Q.5 There are 4 red balloons and 3 blue balloons. How many balloons are there in total?Answer**: 7

**Q.6 There are 6 pencils in a box. If I add 5 more pencils, how many pencils will there be in total?****Answer**: 11

**Q.7 There are 8 children playing in the park. If 4 more children join them, how many children will be there in total?****Answer**: 12

**Q.8 There are 9 flowers in a garden. If 3 more flowers bloom, how many flowers will there be in total?****Answer**: 12

**Q.9 There are 2 cats sitting on the wall. If 6 more cats join them, how many cats will be there in total?****Answer**: 8

**Q.10 There are 10 cookies in a jar. If I add 7 more cookies, how many cookies will there be in total?****Answer**: 17

**Q.11 There are 3 dogs in the park. If 5 more dogs come to the park, how many dogs will be there in total?****Answer**: 8

**Q.12 There are 6 books on the shelf. If I add 4 more books, how many books will there be in total?Answer**: 10

**Q.13 There are 9 students in a class. If 2 more students join the class, how many students will be there in total?Answer**: 11

**Q.14 There are 5 oranges in a basket. If I add 6 more oranges, how many oranges will there be in total?Answer**: 11

**Q.15 There are 7 cars in a parking lot. If 3 more cars come to the parking lot, how many cars will be there in total?Answer**: 10

**Q.16 There are 4 cookies on a plate. If I add 8 more cookies, how many cookies will there be in total?Answer**: 12

**Q.17 There are 6 birds sitting on a tree. If 5 more birds join them, how many birds will be there in total?Answer**: 11

**Q.18 There are 3 fish in a pond. If 7 more fish swim into the pond, how many fish will be there in total?Answer**: 10

**Q.19 There are 8 toys in a box. If I add 2 more toys, how many toys will there be in total?Answer**: 10

**Q.20 There are 5 cupcakes on a plate. If I add 4 more cupcakes, how many cupcakes will there be in total?Answer**: 9

**Q.21 There are 9 balloons in the room. If 6 more balloons are brought in, how many balloons will be there in total?****Answer**: 15

**Q.22 There are 7 apples in a basket. If I add 3 more apples, how many apples will there be in total?****Answer**: 10

**Q.23**. Rosie has 5 red apples, and she buys 3 more. How many apples does she have now?**Answer:** Rosie has 8 apples now.

**Q.24**. There are 7 butterflies in the garden. If 4 more butterflies join them, how many butterflies are there in total?**Answer:** There are 11 butterflies in total.

**Q.25**. John has 6 marbles, and his friend gives him 2 more. How many marbles does John have now?**Answer:** John has 8 marbles now.

**Q.2**6. There are 9 birds on the tree, and 5 more birds come to join them. How many birds are on the tree now?**Answer:** There are 14 birds on the tree now.

**Q.27**. Amy has 8 chocolates, and she eats 3 of them. How many chocolates does Amy have left?**Answer:** Amy has 5 chocolates left.

**Q.27**. There are 10 flowers in the vase. If 7 more flowers are added to the vase, how many flowers are there in total?**Answer:** There are 17 flowers in total.

**Q.28**. Sarah has 4 red balloons and 2 blue balloons. How many balloons does she have in total?**Answer:** Sarah has 6 balloons in total.

**Q.2**9. Tim has 15 toy cars, and he gets 3 more as a gift. How many toy cars does Tim have in all?

**Answer:** Tim has 18 toy cars in all.

**Q.30**. There are 11 pencils in a box, and 6 more pencils are added. How many pencils are there in the box now?**Answer:** There are 17 pencils in the box now.

**Q.31**. Lisa has 9 stickers, and her friend gives her 4 more. How many stickers does Lisa have now?**Answer:** Lisa has 13 stickers now.

**Q32**. There are 14 oranges in a basket, and 5 more oranges are put in it. How many oranges are there in the basket now?

**Answer:** There are 19 oranges in the basket now.

**Q.33**. Peter has 7 toy trains, and he buys 8 more from the toy store. How many toy trains does Peter have now?**Answer:** Peter has 15 toy trains now.

**Q.34**. There are 16 candies in a jar, and 9 more candies are added. How many candies are there in the jar now?**Answer:** There are 25 candies in the jar now.

**Q.35**. Mia has 6 storybooks, and she borrows 5 more from the library. How many storybooks does Mia have now?

**Answer:** Mia has 11 storybooks now.

**Q.36**. There are 18 toy blocks in a box, and 3 more toy blocks are added. How many toy blocks are there in the box now?

**Answer:** There are 21 toy blocks in the box now.

**Q.37**. There are 13 cookies on a plate, and 2 more cookies are added. How many cookies are there on the plate now?**Answer:** There are 15 cookies on the plate now.

**Q.38**. Jack has 10 seashells, and he finds 7 more on the beach. How many seashells does Jack have in all?**Answer:** Jack has 17 seashells in all.

**Q.39**. There are 20 apples in a basket. If 12 apples are taken out, how many apples are left in the basket?**Answer:** There are 8 apples left in the basket.

**Q.40**. Emily has 5 crayons, and she gets 6 more as a gift. How many crayons does Emily have now?**Answer:** Emily has 11 crayons now.

**Unsolved Practice Addition Word Problems**

**Q.1 Lavanya has 15 books and her little brother has 18 books. How many do they have in total?**

**Q.2 One basket of oranges contains 41 oranges and the other basket contains 21 oranges. So how many apples are their in total?**

**Q.3 What is the total if 21 is added to 63?**

**Q.4 I read 29 pages of my story book yesterday and today I read 127 pages.What is the total number of pages that I read?**

**Q.5 In a school, there are 39 boys and 24 girls. So how many children are there in total?**

**Q.6 Rohan went to a pet shop. He bought 25 gold fish, 7 blue fish and 3 packages of fish food. How many fish did he buy?**

**Q.7 Leena has 24 candies. Chanda has 108. How many candies do they have together?**

**Q.8 Let us take two numbers 20 and 48. What is the sum of those two numbers?**

**Q9. Heena scored 49 marks out of 50 in an assessment test. She scored 35 in marks on the final exam. How many marks does he get in all?**

**Q10. Sohan bought 21 pencils. His brother Ram has 26 pencils. How many pencils do they have altogether?**

**Q.11 95 birds were sitting in a one tree and 21 birds on another tree. Howmany birds in total were sitting on both trees?**