Interactive and Printable Preschool Math Worksheets for Addition Children Ages 3-5
"Add 5 more" is the final task we're going to learn in our math worksheets for kindergarten. Before you work through this page, you really need to have completed the other math addition worksheets "Add 1 More", "Add 2 More", "Add 3 More" and "Add 4 More" otherwise this will be too difficult for your child.
As with all the other pages, the number line appears regularly to help your child remember the number sequence and what the numbers look like. Also, use the number line to add two numbers using the jumping motion.
In the above example, "2 add 5 more...", starting at number 2 we jump 5 times, landing at number 7. Remember learning is fun, so make these exercises as enjoyable as possible to encourage your child to learn.
Print out the worksheet on the left. Using the number line, work through each question with your child.
For each question, match two stars by drawing a line between the top and bottom row. Then count the number of stars in each row and tick the box that has 5 more stars than the other row.
To make this fun, ask your child to color in each star and count along as they complete each one.
The exercise below has ten questions for you and your child to work through. There are lots of different objects you can discuss with your child to increase their vocabulary. For each question enter the answer in the box on the right hand side. In the example below there are 3 sweets. Add 5 more sweets makes 8, so enter 8 in the box.
Use the number line to help your child with each question. In the above example, starting at number 3, make 5 jumps, landing on number 8. Remember to make this fun.
Print out the worksheet to the left. As you can see it's full of yummy cakes with icing on top.
For each question, ask your child to draw five more cakes. Then, using the number line, add 5 more cakes and enter the number into the box.
Once complete, your child can then color in the cakes. What color icing will you choose?
We've now reached the final exercise on this page, and the final exercise for the preschool math worksheets for addition. When you get to the bottom of this page, go to kindergarten addition practice to summarize what your child has learnt so far.
As with previous pages, we've now replaced the objects with numbers. Remember to read each question out aloud, so for the first question "three add five more makes?". Ask your child to enter their answer into the box on the right. Good luck with our preschool math worksheets!
Now your child should be ready to complete kindergarten addition practice to revise what they have learned so far about adding numbers and objects.
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