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If your child is looking for a number challenge, we've got the worksheet for her. She may be a whiz at adding two numbers, but can she add three numbers?

• Number Bonds All Around

Number bonds are a great way for your kids to explore the relationship between addition and subtraction. By filling in the missing numbers, students get experience with fact families.

• Math Maze

This double-whammy of an activity will have kids eager to add!

Get your first grader started on learning his addition facts with this math worksheet offering beginning addition problems with sums up to 9.

• Skip Counting Practice

• Monkey Math: Add the Bananas

With this first grade math worksheet, kids count and add bananas to find sums up to 9.

• Pizza Math

Help Quinn order the right amount of pizza for his party! Use your knowledge of addition and subtraction to solve each word problem.

• Practice Test: Math Facts to 18

Covering addition and subtraction facts up to 18, this quick practice test offers a great review.

• Wordy Word Problems: Addition #1

• Word Problem Challenge

Practice two digit addition and subtraction down on the farm with these challenging word problems.

• Color by Sum: Beach Day

Here's a fun way to get in some addition practice. As your child completes the math problems, he'll also be coloring a fun day at the beach!

• Practice Addition with Ken the Carpenter!

Looking for a different way to engage your child with his addition facts? This color by number underwater scene might do the trick!

• Find the Sum II

• Count 'Em Up: Bagel Addition

• Math Crosswords

Here's a fun way to approach simple math facts. Use these math crosswords to review addition the fun way!

• Color the Peacock!

Do some addition and color the peacock! Solve the equations and then color by number to reveal a marvelous peacock masterpiece.

• At the Grocery Store: Addition and Subtraction