Interactive and Printable Preschool Math Worksheets for Addition Children Ages 3-5
Before you start on these addition math worksheets for kindergarten, please ensure you have worked through with your child, the addition pages for "Add 1 More", "Add 2 More" and "Add 3 More". So assuming you have, your child's confidence in doing addition should be building and he or she wants to learn more. So, let's get going.
As a reminder, the number line will appear throughout this page and will greatly help to remind your child what the number sequence is, what the numbers look like and help your child count on using the hopping method. In the above example we can see "3 add 4 more...". Starting at number 3, if we jump 4 numbers, we land on 4 then 5, 6 and finally 7. So 7 is the answer.
In the printable worksheet to your left, we can see lots of cute little animals arranged in two rows.
For each question, match two animals from two different rows and draw a line between them. Count the number of animals on each line. Tick the box on the right hand side for the line which has 4 more animals than the other line.
Remember to use the number line at the bottom of the page. Once you have worked through the questions, encourage your child to color in the animals using a sharp colored pencil.
In the exercise below your child needs to add on and type the right answer into the box on the right. For example, there are 3 hearts, then "add 4 more" which makes 7.
Remember to use the number line. So starting at number 3, they jump 4 times, and finally land on number 7. Work through the 10 questions below with your child. Also talk to them about each object which is different for each question.
Print out the worksheet to the left. For each question, ask your child to draw 4 more cups.
Once complete, ask them to complete each question entering the number into the box on the right hand side, using the number line at the bottom of the sheet.
Finally, ask your child to color in the cups using a color pencil.
In this last exercise, objects have been replaced by numbers. There are 10 questions. It's a good idea to read each question aloud, "3 add 4 more makes?". Enter your answer in the box on the right hand side. Good luck with preschool math worksheets!
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