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Spark creativity in your little mathematician. He'll draw out each word problem to help him better visualize the equation.

• Count 'Em Up: Melon Addition

Full of juicy melon slices, this worksheet is just the thing to get your child hungry for math.

Santa has left lots of colorful presents filled with addition facts for your first grader to practice!

• Count 'Em Up: Nutty Addition

Go nuts for addition. Packed with peanuts and almonds to help kids count, this worksheet is sure to keep them entertained as they practice their addition facts.

Sometimes all you need to get your child into math is a little coloring! He can practice his addition as he colors the scene.

• Ski Race Math Facts #5

Find out which skier will win the race in this high-flying math worksheet. Kids will solve problems to show which skier rounded the most flags.

• Fishing For Math Facts: Seven

Go fishing for math facts with a fun game! Your first grader will practice solving simple addition and subtraction problems.

• Valentine's Day Math Facts #7

Get your child to work his mental math skills this Valentine's Day with this chocolate-filled worksheet.

This charming math salad worksheet is so colorful and fun that your first grader will actually want to learn math facts!

• Fishing For Math Facts: Fifteen

Does your child need a jump-start on simple arithmetic? Give her a great game to get started learning addition and subtraction math facts!

• Math Card Game: Tidy Sum

Practice finding sums of ten with your first grader using a deck of playing cards and this math worksheet.

• Count the Dots: Single-Digit Addition 24

This first grade math worksheet helps your child visualize how addition works by presenting addition problems two ways: with numbers and with dots!

• Count 'Em Up: Plum Addition

Make math practice fun this Halloween! Stay sharp by practicing addition facts with this spooky math sheet.

Give your first grader an extra helping of "math salad," and watch her improve her mental math ability while fine tuning her understanding of basic addition.

Not only can your child practice her math facts with numbers between 1 and 20, she'll also practice writing addition problems with the correct symbols.

There are plenty of fish in the sea! But only a few add together to make 12! This fun worksheet will help your child practice his simple addition.

• Count 'Em Up: Candy Addition

Full of striped candy treats, this worksheet is sure to sweeten up addition practice. Kids add up the numbers, using the candies to help them count.

• Count the Dots: Single-Digit Addition 12

If your first grader is struggling with addition, this worksheet--complete with diagrams--will provide him with some visual assistance!