Addition Practice: Adding Zero through Ten, Doubles, Doubles + One and More!
These addition practice sheets are designed to help students develop confidence and fluency with addition facts. (If you are interested in a similar set for subtraction, click here
This pack can be used in sequence, or to support students needing additional practice with specific facts/skills. Two sheets are included for each of the following sets of facts:
★ Adding zero
★ Adding one
★ Adding zero or one
★ Adding two
★ Adding zero, one or two
★ Adding three
★ Adding zero, one, two or three
★ Adding four
★ Adding five
★ Adding four or five
★ Adding zero, one, two, three, four or five
★ Adding doubles within ten
★ Adding doubles plus one within ten
★ Sums of ten (4 + __ = 10)
★ Find the unknown number within ten (missing addends)
★ Adding six
★ Adding seven
★ Adding six or seven
★ Adding eight
★ Adding nine
★ Adding eight or nine
★ Adding six, seven, eight or nine
★ Adding ten
★ Adding doubles within twenty
★ Adding doubles plus one within twenty
★ Adding within twenty
★ Find the unknown number within twenty (missing addends)
The following Common Core Standards are addressed:
Determine the unknown whole number in an addition or subtraction equation relating three whole numbers. For example, determine the number that completes the following equations: 8 + ? = 11, 5 = _ - 3.
Add and subtract within 20, demonstrating fluency for addition and subtraction within 10.
Add and subtract within 20. Fluently add and subtract within 20 using mental strategies.2 By end of Grade 2, know from memory all sums of two one-digit numbers.
On each page, there are 3 columns of problems. These sheets are designed to make it easy to differentiate. Upon the teacher’s directions, a child can fold the 3rd column over and “complete” the task by answering the questions in the first two columns.
I like to chorally read the problems and have kids check their own work. To help kids feel successful, I encourage each child to look for the box (column) in which he/she scored his/her personal best. This allows a lot of kids to find a section in which they got them all right!
On each page, one small piece of clip art is shown. The graphics appear in color, but print well in black and white. If a child finishes early, I give him/her the following options:
★ On the back, write a word problem related to one of the addition facts.
★ Take a look at the clip art and use it to write an encouraging statement on the back of the paper. For instance, a child might write, “Be a superhero – practice math facts!” (I do lots of modeling first. . . )
Thanks for stopping by and taking a look!
Sincerely, Anne Gardner (NBCT)
Addition and Subtraction Word Problems within Twenty
Addition and Subtraction Word Problems within Ten
Very First Reading Comprehension Passages: Guided Reading Level C
Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level D
Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level E
Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level F
Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level G/H
Reading Comprehension Passages for Guided Reading Level I/J
** Many thanks to My Cute Graphics
for the clip art!