Worksheet on Addition

In worksheet on addition for kids we will enjoy practicing the basic concept on addition in kindergarten.

To build a foundation for the concept of addition kids need to practice addition in math.

Write in numerals and add. One has been done for you.

Worksheet on Addition


Kids can enjoy practicing this kindergarten worksheet on addition. Parents and teachers can encourage their kids to practice this worksheet, if you have any doubts you can contact us by mail.



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● Number Rhymes

● Matching the Objects

● Numbers and Counting up to 10

● Number the Pictures

● Numbers up to 10

● Numbers 1 to 10

● Count and Write Numbers

● Count the Numbers and Match

● Numbers and their Names

● Numbers and Counting up to 20

● Learn About Counting

● Counting Eleven to Twenty with Numbers and Words

● Counting Numbers from Twenty One to Thirty

● Counting Numbers from Thirty One to Forty

● Geometric Shapes

● Geometric Objects

● Time

● Tell The Time

● Worksheet on Time

● Addition

● Addition on a Number Line

● Worksheet on Addition I

● Worksheet on Addition II

● Odd Man Out

● Sequence

● Ordinal Numbers

● Worksheet on Ordinal Numbers

● Addition Worksheets

● Subtraction Worksheets

● Counting Numbers Practice Test

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● What is addition?

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● Worksheets on Kindergarten Addition up to 5

● Addition Facts

● What is zero?

● Order of Numbers.

● Worksheets on Addition

● Before and After Counting Worksheet up to 10

● Worksheets on Counting Before and After

● Before, After and Between Numbers Worksheet up to 10

● Worksheet on Before, After and Between Numbers

● Counting Before, After and Between Numbers up to 10

● The Story about Seasons

● Color by Number Worksheets

● Worksheet on Joining Numbers

● Missing Number Worksheets

● Worksheet on Before, After and Between Numbers up to 20

● Worksheet on Before, After and Between Numbers up to 50



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