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Welcome to our Addition Worksheets page.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Addition sheets which will help your child improve their addition fact knowledge and column addition skills.

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Addition Learning

Addition is a process which children learn quite naturally as soon as they learn to start counting. During kindergarten and first grade, adding piles of objects together is really important and reinforces childrens understanding of place value and 1:1 correspondence.

Later on, when children are confident adding piles of objects together, they can progress on to number lines or counting on in their heads. When children have understood this, they can begin to learn their addition facts and progress on to column addition. At 4th and 5th grade level, they start adding decimals.

Knowing your addition facts is still a key skill that children need to be able to use in real life math - you may not always have a pencil and paper to hand to do your column addition, but you will always have your addition facts!

Free Addition Worksheets

On this page you will find link to our range of addition math worksheets.

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Supporting Addition Resources

Here you will find our selection of free resources such as flashcards and 100 squares to help your child to count and learn their addition facts.

Printable Addition Flashcards

Here you will find a selection of printable Addition Flashcards designed to help your child learn their addition facts.

Using flashcards is a great way to learn your addition facts. They can be taken on a journey, played with in a game, or used in a spare five minutes daily until your child knows their addition facts off by heart.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • learn their addition facts.

Basic Math Facts 0-99 (and 1-100) Charts

On this webpage you will find our range of basic math fact charts.

There is a wide range of printable charts, including larger charts and mini charts, blank charts and partially filled charts.

These charts will support your child with their adding and subtracting, as well as their counting skills.

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Addition Facts Worksheets

Here you will find a selection of Mental Addition sheets designed to help your child improve their recall of Addition Facts.

These addition worksheets start off with adding numbers to 10, progressing on to adding to 20 then up to 100 at third grade level.

When children reach 4th grade, they start learning to add decimals and money amounts using column addition.

The addition sheets below will support your child with their addition learning.

Addition Worksheet Generator

Here is our free generator for addition worksheets.

This easy-to-use generator will create randomly generated addition worksheets for you to use.

Each sheet comes complete with answers if required.

The areas the generator covers includes:

  • addition with numbers up to 10, 15, 20, 50, 100 and 1000;
  • addition by 10s with 2 digit numbers;
  • addiiton by 100s with 3 digit numbers;
  • addition with numbers to 10 with one decimal place;
  • addition with numbers to 1 with 2 decimal places.

These generated sheets can be used in a number of ways to help your child with their addition fact learning.

Adding to 10 Sheets

Here you will find a selection of Addition sheets designed to help your child improve their adding up to a total of 10.

The sheets are graded so that kids are supported for the first few sheets with objects to count, then a number line and finally the support is withdrawn in the final sheets.

Using these sheets will help your child learn to:

  • add numbers up to a total of 10.

Addition Facts to 12

The worksheets on this page support the practice and learning of addition facts of numbers up to 12.

Each sheet involves writing down all the possible pairs of numbers that make a given total.

Adding to 12+12

Here you will find a range of Free Printable First Grade Addition Sheets designed to help you child to learn their Addition facts to 12+12.

Using these sheets will help your child learn to:

  • learn their Addition facts up to 12+12;
  • learn how to solve addition sums where one of the addends is missing, but the total is given.

All the free Math Worksheets in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Grade 1.

Addition to 20+20

Here you will find a range of Free Printable 2nd Grade Addition Sheets designed to help you child to learn their Addition facts to 20+20.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • learn their Addition facts up to 20+20;
  • learn how to solve addition sums where one of the addends is missing, but the total is given.

All the free Math sheets in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Second Grade.

Addition to 100+100

Here you will find a range of 3rd Grade free printable Addition Worksheets.

The following sheets develop children's knowledge of practicing their Addition facts up to 100+100.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • learn to add 1s, 10s, 100s and 1000s to different numbers
  • learn their addition facts to 100+100
  • learn how to solve addition sums where one of the addends is missing, but the total is given.

All the free Math Worksheets in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Third Grade.

Decimal Addition Facts

Here you will find a range of 5th Grade free printable Decimal Addition Worksheets.

The following sheets develop children's understanding of place value and decimals as well as applying their addition fact knowledge of to work out their decimal addition facts.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers involving tenths and hundredths together;
  • solve an addition sum where the answer is given but one of the addends is missing.

All the free Addition sheets in this section are informed by the Elementary Math Benchmarks for Fifth Grade.

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Column Addition Worksheets

Column Addition starts properly once children reach 1st grade, and after they have a good understanding of counting and place value. At first grade, children learn to add numbers up to 100 together.

Once they have mastered this, they can progress on to adding a range of 3 digit, then 4 digit numbers together in columns.

Once they reach 4th and 5th grade, they learn to add together columns of numbers which include decimals up to 2 decimal places.

Column Addition to 100

Here you will find a range of 1st Grade Column Addition sheets which are designed to help your child master their column addition.

The following sheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers up to 100 in columns;
  • understand how to do column addition.

Column Addition 3 digits

Here you will find a range of 2nd Grade Column Addition sheets which are designed to help your child master their column addition.

The following addition worksheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers up to 1000 in columns.

Column Addition 4 digits

Here you will find a range of 3rd Grade Column Addition sheets which are designed to help your child master their column addition.

The following sheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers up to 10,000 in columns.

Column Addition 3, 4 and 5 digits

Here you will find a range of 4th Grade Column Addition sheets which are designed to help your child master their column addition.

The following sheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers up to 100,000 in columns;
  • add up multiple addends.

BIG Number Column Addition up to 14 digits

Here you will find a range of 5th Grade Column Addition sheets which are designed to help your child master their column addition with BIG numbers.

The following sheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers up to 14 digits in columns;
  • add up multiple addends.

Column Addition - Decimals

Here you will find a range of Column Addition sheets which are designed to help your child master their column addition with decimals.

The following sheets will help your child to:

  • add numbers in columns involving decimals;
  • add together columns of different money amounts.

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Math Addition Games

Here you will find a range of Free Printable Addition Games.

The following games develop the Math skill of adding in a fun and motivating way.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

  • learn their Addition facts;
  • develop their strategic thinking skills.

 

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Addition Worksheets Sub-Topics


Welcome to the addition worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where we will add to your learning experience in many positive ways! On this page, you will find Addition worksheets from addition facts and two-digit addition to column addition and addition with games. In the first section, we've included a few addition printables that should help out the beginning student. Teaching addition facts is best done with some interesting teaching strategies.

Some teachers and parents use addition manipulatives to help students understand the basic addition facts. For example, adding groups of "Apple Jacks" (a breakfast cereal) by counting will quickly lead students to understand the concepts of addition. By the way, it is important to note that addition skills follow naturally from counting skills, so if your student has difficulty counting, perhaps you should focus on that first.

The next section includes our popular "Five Minute Frenzies". Some people call these mad minutes or timed drills. They are meant to be timed to add a little more excitement to practicing addition facts. They are ideally used to increase a student's ability to recall addition facts quickly which has all sorts of benefits later in their school life including preventing the high school teacher complaining about "how their students can't even add single-digit numbers without using a calculator."

As you move down the page, you will notice that we have prepared some good old-fashioned math worksheets for practicing single-digit addition to multi-digit addition and a few other interesting addition worksheets. Please use the menu below to jump to a specific section.

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General Use Printables

General use addition printables including printable addition tables to learn and practice addition facts.

Five Minute Frenzy Charts

Five minute frenzy charts are 10 by 10 grids for addition fact practice. In each square, students write the sum of the column number and the row number.

A general goal to achieve would be to complete one chart in less than five minutes and score 98 percent or better, however, we recommend setting personal goals for students based on an initial test. If they are banging their head against the wall after a couple of minutes with only a few questions done, they really shouldn't be completing a timed addition facts drill at the moment. They still have some learning to do. We would recommend breaking out the manipulatives at this point. If they blast through the questions in 1.5 minutes and get almost all of them correct, they are probably ready for something a little more challenging.

Single-Digit Addition Worksheets

Single-digit addition worksheets including horizontal and vertical arrangements or questions and worksheets that focus on individual addition facts.

Most people would agree that being able to add single-digit numbers quickly and in your head is an essential skill for success in math. The various options below focus in on skills that students may be learning independently before they tackle all single-digit addition questions. As with most of our worksheets, these will not magically make a student learn addition, but they are a valuable teaching and assessment tool that can be used with students who are learning their single-digit addition facts.

For students who are learning their addition facts, try using counters. Make the counters fun with cereal pieces or other foods. For questions involving regrouping, try using base ten blocks, so students become familiar with these essential manipulatives.

Multi-Digit Addition Worksheets

Addition worksheets that include long addition questions with two or more digits.

A variety of strategies can be used to learn multi-digit addition; it isn't necessary to rely only on paper and pencil methods. Base ten blocks can help students conceptualize addition. Teaching students a mental left-to-right addition skill will help them in future math studies and life in general. E.g. 34 + 78 would be 30 + 70 = 100, 100 + 4 = 104, 104 + 8 = 112. Don't forget about using estimation with these worksheets.

Large Print Addition Worksheets

Large print Addition worksheets that include a larger font.

Column Addition

Adding columns of numbers worksheets including various sizes of numbers and various column lengths.

Column addition is not just an exercise in accounting, it also develops mental addition skills that are useful in everyday life.

Addition on a Grid

Adding on a grid because sometimes those numbers are just hard to line up.

Addition with Games

Adding with games worksheets including adding playing cards, Cribbage hands and Yahtzee! combinations.

These adding worksheets also help students develop mental addition skills, but use a game context for familiarity and interest. For the adding with playing cards worksheets, a Jack is counted as 11, a Queen as 12, a King as 13 and an Ace as 1.

Adding Complements of Numbers

Number complements worksheets including numbers that add up to anchors of 100 and 99.

Finding complements of numbers can help students a great deal in developing mental arithmetic skills and to further their understanding of number.

Adding Doubles

Adding doubles worksheets including adding doubles plus one or two and adding doubles minus one or two.

Using an adding doubles strategy can help students to process addition questions more quickly using mental math. To use this strategy, students must recognize that the two numbers are close to the same value (usually by one or two). They also must recognize by how much and whether it is greater or less than the first addend. A typical dialogue with the question, 15 + 16, might be, "I see that the second number is greater than the first number by 1. If I double the first number and add 1, I will get my answer. 15 doubled is 30 plus one is 31. 15 + 16, therefore, is 31."

Adding in Other Number Systems

Adding numbers in number systems other than decimal numbers including binary, quaternary, octal, duodecimal and hexadecimal numbers.

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