# 3rd Grade Math Sorts and Matching Printables: 3 and 4 Digit Addition

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Here are TWENTY ADDITION (3 and 4 Digit) Math Sorts and Matching Printables to use during your Addition Unit. You could ALSO use this unit as REVIEW and spiral back to it throughout the school year.

This resource was created for my third grade classroom. However, some of these could be used in a 2nd grade classroom for your higher learners, and in a 4th grade classroom for intervention or review.

I love to use these sorts and matching printables during Math Rotations, as my Independent Work station. My students are always super engaged during this activity because it’s interactive and hands-on! My students love to cut out the cards, think about how to sort and organize them, then finally glue them down in the correct spot!

This could also be used for morning work, as a math warm-up, or homework.

There is NO PREP!  Just print, place at a math station, and you’re done!

This pack covers...

• 3 Digit Addition without regrouping
• 3 Digit Addition with regrouping
• 4 Digit Addition without regrouping
• 4 Digit Addition with regrouping

• Comparing Numbers and True/False skills are also integrated in this unit!

Check out the PREVIEW for a detailed look!

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You can check out the PLACE VALUE unit here.

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Fluently add and subtract within 1000 using strategies and algorithms based on place value, properties of operations, and/or the relationship between addition and subtraction.
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32 pages