Addition is one of the first fundamental math concepts that kids learn. Our free printable addition worksheets are a good way to get kids to practice their addition skills and get better at math!

Kids have to help an adder hatch her eggs by solving three-digit addition problems.See more

### Set it Right

In ‘Set it Right’, first graders must count how many of each object there is, and then mention how many more are needed to get the desired number. See more

‘Add the Slow Snails’ is a cute addition worksheet that’s replete with cute pictures of little snails! See more

### The more Addends, the more Fun!

We all know it get a little tougher as kids gravitate from one grade to another. This particular addition worksheet ... See more

Once elementary addition worksheets are mastered, kids can gradually gravitate towards such worksheets ...See more

### Candy Crushers

‘Candy Crushers’ is a creative math worksheet that will hold your little ones’ attention for a long time. See more

Count Your Cereals is a free addition worksheet that helps new learners practice series addition problems. Besides learning to count sideways, kids will have fun solving the worksheet that is designed tastefully with cereals.See more

### Count the Candies

Kids will love to solve this skip counting worksheet that has plenty of their favorite candies on it! All they have to do is skip count by 2 and find the answer to each row. The skip counting printable makes sure kids have a nice time...See more

### Boat Ride

In this math worksheet, students must figure out how many glasses of orange juice, grapefruit juice and apple juice to fetch for the passengers on the ferry. See more

### The Car Trains of Gridlokia

Help the traffic police manage Gridlokia’s traffic by solving the math problems and letting them know how many cars can be joined to form each train. See more

### Calculator Match

Test your mathematical ability by solving math problems and comparing your answers with the calculator’s in ‘Calculator Match’. See more

### A Penny for Your Name

With values for each letter, students add the values of the letters in their names to find out whose name is the most valuable. See more

### Beautiful Butterflies

In this math worksheet, students practice adding and subtracting to balance equations as they put each of the beautiful butterflies in their right places. See more

### Around the World

“Around the World” is a fun math worksheet that will have students traveling around the world and back in a fraction of the time it took Phileas Fogg. See more

### Up a Tree

Give kids some addition practice with ‘Up a Tree’, a fun addition worksheet for kids. See more

### Ring Toss

Help kids sharpen their addition skills with ‘Ring Toss’, a challenging addition worksheet for kids. See more

Use your addition skills to help Spot get to the Blastership in our fun, free and printable addition worksheet, ‘Adding Along the Way’! See more

### Space Numbers

Help your kids understand the concept of fact families with ‘Space Numbers’, a fun worksheet on addition and subtraction fact families. See more

### Secret Code

It’s time to crack the code! Solve all the addition and subtraction problems in our free math worksheet and figure out the ‘Secret Code’! See more

### Shape Sums

Are you ready for a math worksheet with a twist? ‘Shape Sums’ is the perfect way to sharpen those addition skills in a fun way! See more

This printable addition and subtraction worksheet has challenging numerical as well as word problems. Sharpen kids’ math skills with this worksheet and watch their grades go up! See more

Figure out how much equipment to order in our fun, free and printable addition worksheet for kids, ‘Add it Up!’. See more

Addition is one of the first fundamental math concepts that kids learn. A good way to get kids to practice their addition is by the use of free printable addition worksheets available online!

An important skill to master, addition is the foundation on which kids learn other new concepts. The first step towards learning addition is learning to count. Parents and teachers can use simple everyday objects around them to make kids practice their counting. A trip to the supermarket could mean asking the little ones to count the number of fruits and vegetables. While setting the dinner table at home, ask kids to count the number of plates and glasses on the table. Gradually, ask kids that if they need to add two more cups on the table, how many would there be in all. Understanding the concept is the first step towards mastering it.

Once addition is understood, kids must get more skilled at solving addition problems. Start them off with simple numerical problems, teach them carrying over, and then have them attempt word problems.

Addition worksheets give kids the opportunity to practice their addition skills. There are many kinds of worksheets, with addition problems of varying degrees of difficulty. As kids get more familiar with basic addition, you can choose to give them worksheets with tougher addition problems. These are an excellent resource and an effective teaching aid for parents as well as teachers.

## Practice Addition with Fun Math Games, Activities and Worksheets

Make math fun for kids! If you’re teaching kids addition, start by applying the concept to real-world problems and situations.

Kids of all ages love to play games on the computer! The virtual world here at Math Blaster is filled with cool math games, including addition games. Kids will enjoy solving fun math problems and zapping the right answers to gain more points.

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