Free printable and online worksheets to help Grade 5 students practice adding mixed mixed numbers.

We have two groups of adding mixed numbers worksheets.

There are also some worksheets and fraction word problems for online practice.

### How to add mixed numbers?

There are two common methods that can be used to add mixed numbers. You may find method 1 easier especially for bigger numbers.

Method 1: Add the whole numbers and fractions separately
Step 1: Add the whole numbers together.
Step 2: If the fractions have different denominators convert the fractions to equivalent fractions with the common denominator. Check here if you need to review how to do that.
Step 3: Add the fractions together.
Step 4: If the sum of the fractions is an improper fraction, simplify it to a mixed number.
Step 5: Add the result from step 1 to the result from step 4 to get the final answer.

For example: Have a look at this video if you need to review how to add mixed numbers.

Method 2: Add the mixed numbers as improper fractions.
Step 1: Convert each of the mixed numbers into improper fractions.
Step 2: If the fractions have different denominators convert the fractions to equivalent fractions with the common denominator. Check here if you need to review how to do that.
Step 3: Add the fractions together.
Step 3: Simplify the resulting improper fraction to a mixed number.

For example: Click on the following worksheet to get a printable pdf document.
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### Add Mixed Numbers Word Problems

1. Rachel spent 3 2/3 hours studying on Friday evening and 2 4/5 hours on Saturday. How long did she study for the 2 days?
2. Michael used 5 2/5 kg to fertilize a flower bed and he had 1 7/10 kg left. How much fertilizer did he start with?
3. Jean jogged around the lake in 2 1/7 hours. William jogged for 1 5/6 hour. How long did they jog altogether?

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