We have 6 resources for learning Addition including educational Worksheets & Printables, Games, Websites, and Toys & Products, from providers such as K5 Learning, Education.com, IXL, and Brighter Child.
2nd | Worksheet/Printable
Extensive practice is required to develop mastery in basic math skills; these worksheets span a wide range of grade 2 addition topics from adding single digit numbers to addition in columns with...
Pre-K - 2nd | Online resource, Printable
Award winning educational materials like worksheets, games, lesson plans and activities designed to help kids succeed. Start for free now!
Kindergarten - 3rd | Online resource
Practice addition skills on IXL, have fun, and win awards!
Kindergarten - 2nd | Toy/Product
Brighter Child® Addition 0 to 12 Flash Cards offer children a fun and easy way to practice their addition skills. The set features 54 cards with two addition problems each, their answers on the...
Kindergarten - 3rd | Worksheet/Printable
Addition worksheets from addition facts and two-digit addition to column addition and addition with games. Topics: Math facts Five-minute frenzies Single-digit addition Multi-digit addition...
Kindergarten - 1st | Worksheet/Printable
Free 1st grade addition worksheets. Adding with pictures, number lines, mental addition, number bonds, missing addends, adding whole tens, completing the next ten, adding in columns and much more....
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