Addition

Worksheet 1: Basic Addition

Section A: Simple Addition Problems

  1. 2 + 3 = ____
  2. 4 + 1 = ____
  3. 5 + 2 = ____
  4. 1 + 6 = ____
  5. 3 + 4 = ____

Section B: More Addition Problems

  1. 6 + 2 = ____
  2. 1 + 7 = ____
  3. 3 + 5 = ____
  4. 4 + 4 = ____
  5. 2 + 6 = ____

Section C: Fill in the Blanks

  1. 2 + ____ = 5
  2. 1 + ____ = 4
  3. 3 + ____ = 6
  4. 5 + ____ = 7
  5. 4 + ____ = 8

Worksheet 2: Addition with Pictures

Section A: Adding with Pictures

(Add the objects and write the total number)

  1. 🍎🍎 + 🍎 = ____
  2. 🐢🐢 + 🐢🐢 = ____
  3. 🌸🌸 + 🌸🌸🌸 = ____
  4. πŸš— + πŸš—πŸš—πŸš— = ____
  5. πŸ•πŸ•πŸ• + πŸ• = ____

Section B: More Picture Addition

  1. πŸ“πŸ“πŸ“ + πŸ“πŸ“ = ____
  2. 🐱 + 🐱🐱 = ____
  3. 🌟🌟 + 🌟 = ____
  4. 🍭 + 🍭🍭🍭 = ____
  5. 🍌🍌 + 🍌🍌🍌 = ____

Section C: Fill in the Blanks with Pictures

  1. 🍎 + ____ = 🍎🍎🍎
  2. 🐢🐢 + ____ = 🐢🐢🐢🐢
  3. 🌸 + ____ = 🌸🌸🌸
  4. πŸš— + ____ = πŸš—πŸš—πŸš—πŸš—
  5. πŸ• + ____ = πŸ•πŸ•πŸ•

Worksheet 3: Fun Addition Activities

Section A: Color by Numbers (Use sums to find the colors)

  • Color spaces with sum 5 = Red
  • Color spaces with sum 6 = Blue
  • Color spaces with sum 7 = Green

(Provide a simple picture with numbered sections)

Section B: Addition Maze

(Start from the top and follow the correct sums to find the way out)

(Provide a maze with addition problems on the paths)

Worksheet 4: Word Problems

Section A: Simple Word Problems

  1. Maria has 2 apples. She buys 3 more apples. How many apples does she have in total?
  2. Tom has 4 crayons. He finds 2 more crayons. How many crayons does he have now?
  3. There are 5 birds on a tree. 1 more bird joins them. How many birds are there now?
  4. Sarah has 3 dolls. She gets 2 more dolls as a gift. How many dolls does she have now?
  5. John has 1 toy car. He buys 4 more toy cars. How many toy cars does he have in total?

Section B: More Word Problems

  1. Ben has 6 pencils. He gives 2 pencils to his friend. How many pencils does he have left?
  2. Emma has 4 books. She reads 1 book. How many books does she have left?
  3. There are 7 cookies on a plate. Tom eats 3 cookies. How many cookies are left?
  4. Lily has 5 flowers. She picks 2 more flowers. How many flowers does she have now?
  5. James has 3 marbles. He finds 4 more marbles. How many marbles does he have now?

Worksheet 5: Review and Application

Section A: Mixed Addition Problems

  1. 3 + 2 = ____
  2. 4 + 3 = ____
  3. 5 + 1 = ____
  4. 2 + 4 = ____
  5. 1 + 5 = ____

Section B: More Mixed Addition Problems

  1. 6 + 1 = ____
  2. 3 + 3 = ____
  3. 2 + 5 = ____
  4. 4 + 2 = ____
  5. 5 + 3 = ____

Section C: True or False

  1. 2 + 3 = 5 (True/False)
  2. 4 + 1 = 6 (True/False)
  3. 3 + 2 = 5 (True/False)
  4. 5 + 1 = 7 (True/False)
  5. 1 + 4 = 5 (True/False)

These worksheets provide a range of problems designed to help your students grasp basic addition concepts, starting with simple problems and gradually increasing in complexity. Feel free to print and use these in your classroom!


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