# Kindergarten Addition up to 5

Let’s practice kindergarten addition up to 5 to learn how to add two single numbers up to 5. Enjoy practicing kindergarten addition up to 5.

For ‘and’ we write ‘+’ (plus).

For ‘are/is’ we write ‘=’ (equals).

### Fill in the blanks:

For Example:

1.

1 star and 1 star are 2 stars.

1 and 1 are 2.

1 + 1 = 2.

We read this as one plus one equals two.

2.

…………. tortoises and 1 tortoise are …………. tortoises.

…………. and 1 are …………. .

…………. + 1 = …………. .

3.

…………. ducks and 1 duck are …………. ducks.

…………. and 1 are …………. .

…………. + 1 = …………. .

4.

…………. rabbits and 1 rabbit are …………. rabbits.

4 and …………. are …………. .

…………. + …………. = …………. .

Math Only Math is based on the premise that children do not make a distinction between play and work and learn best when learning becomes play and play becomes learning.

However, suggestions for further improvement, from all quarters would be greatly appreciated.

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