Addition worksheets for kids are a great way for your child to gain an understanding of basic addition skills. Try these activities with your child!

Looking for some addition activities for your kids? You’ve come to the right place.

These Addition Worksheets designed by GoScienceGirls to help students learn and improve their math skills.

This gives them a daily practice that strengthens their ability to quickly add and subtract numbers in their head. The sheets have different levels of difficulty. Choose the one that suits you.

### Basic Addition Facts – Level 1

These one page worksheets cover basic addition facts up to 9. There are three different versions
to help students master mental addition.

### Basic Addition – Level 2

These one page worksheets add single digit numbers with two digit numbers. It continues the
idea of counting, and using lines or numbers to visualize the process. There are three different versions.

### Memorizing Addition – All Levels

These one page worksheets cover basic addition facts. There are three different versionsto help students master mental addition.

### Commutative Property – Level 1

These one page worksheets introduce the Commutative Property of Addition. Students see that the order does not matter and by moving numbers around it can help them solve more complex problems. There are two different versions.

### Commutative Property – Level 2

One page worksheets continuing the Commutative Property of Addition. Students use the idea that
order does not matter to solve more complex problems. There are two different versions.

Key concept: Get students thinking of ways to save time and effort.

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### Commutative Property – Level 3

These one page worksheets finish the Commutative Property of Addition. Students should see
that the order does not matter, and can save time and effort by moving numbers around. There are two different versions.

### Addition Using Place Value Level 1

This one page worksheet helps students better understand addition and carrying. Each problem
is broken down into ones and tens so students can better see the addition process (algorithm).

Key concept: Students should understand why we place a one over the next place value when carrying and how numbers are separated into place values.

These two page worksheets introduce addition of larger numbers. It uses two digit addition
to help students understand the basic concept. There are two different versions (with and without carrying).

Key concept: The process is the same no matter how big the numbers are.

These two page worksheets continue addition of larger numbers. They cover up to ten
thousands. There are two different versions (with and without carrying).

Student misunderstanding: As the numbers get bigger make sure the digits are lined up correctly.

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit addition. Students answer the problems, find the answers at the bottom of the page, and shade in the corresponding number in the picture. The picture is symmetric.

### Associative Property of Addition Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces the associative property. It explains how we can change groups (move parentheses) in a problem to make it easier to solve.

Key concept: Students need to understand that the order does not matter when adding. Numbers and groups can be moved to help us simplify a problem or make it easier to solve.

### Addition using Estimation Level 1

This one page worksheet covers basic addition with estimation. It uses two digit numbers to introduce the concept.

Key concept: Even though some of these problems can be done mentally, students should be practicing their estimating skills. They should be showing their work for each problem.

### Adding and Subtracting Review All Levels

This one page scary worksheet is designed to help students review addition and subtraction. Students add or subtract a certain number and follow the pattern until helping Action Joe escape.

Key concept: Students need to review and practice.

These one page, art worksheets review the four basic operations of arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different for each level.

These one page art worksheets review adding with decimals. Students will need to line up the decimals and digits and add.

Helpful idea: Use picture as extra credit.

These one page worksheets cover adding and subtracting decimals. Each worksheet includes basic practice and an Answer, Find, and Shade Activity.

Important note: These handouts are designed to go with a short
Adding and Subtracting Decimals Video which is currently located on YouTube, but can also be used alone.

These one page art worksheets review adding integers. Students are given two or three numbers to add. Each level has different questions, but the picture and answers are the same.

## Addition Workbook (Collection of Worksheets)

### Basic Addition Book – Level 1

The below addition book is for early learners. It starts with the relationship between basic

### Addition WorkBook – Level 2

This is an addition book for students who already know how to add and count. It starts with

## Addition Worksheet – Help Packets

### Basic Addition – Level 1

This four page help packet is for early learners. It introduces adding using lines to help
students visualize the process.

Teacher misunderstanding: There is nothing wrong with students using their fingers to help visualize adding.

### Commutative Property of Addition – Level 1

The below packet shows students that order does not matter when you’re adding.
It transforms the problems by switching the numbers around.

### Basic Addition – Level 2

The below help packet introduces adding single digit numbers to double digit numbers and
also includes the Commutative Property. It uses the concept of counting to show that the process is the same no matter how big a numbers is.

### Adding Two Digits – Level 1

This four page help packet introduces adding two digits. It uses basic addition (no carrying) to
show students how to add larger numbers.

### Introduction to Carrying (In Addition) Worksheet

The below packet introduces carrying using two digit addition. It uses a simple idea that
there can only be one digit in each space (place value), which leads to carrying.

Key concept: Only one digit can be in each place value, which leads to carrying the digit on
the left to the next place value.