Back

Below is list of all worksheets available under this concept. Worksheets are organized based on the concept with in the subject.

Click on concept to see list of all available worksheets.

Time to get kickin' with addition! Practice simple addition with a fun football-themed math sheet. Your child will get to practice his math facts.

• Valentine's Day Math Facts #2

Your little valentine can have a fun time reviewing his math facts with this candy math sheet! He'll review basic addition and subtraction.

Covering single-digit addition problems, this first grade math worksheet offers an approachable introduction to math beyond counting.

• Ski Race Math Facts #7

Go for the gold in this math facts practice sheet! Your little skier will join these contenders to race to the finish.

• Count the Dots: Single-Digit Addition 22

In this first grade math worksheet, your child will practice solving single-digit addition problems two ways: with numbers and with dots!

• Draw and Add Challenge #1

Does your first grader need a little incentive to practice single-digit addition? This fairy-themed printable might do the trick!

Get in the mood for football season! Here is a great worksheet that combines football with some math practice. Your child will review addition facts.

• Valentine's Day Math Facts #8

This combination color-by-number math worksheet will get your kid practicing mental math. Kids will color Valentine's Day chocolates by number.

Here's one way to reinforce addition facts and basic math vocabulary. Your child can add up the numbers and fill in missing signs in these addition problems.

In this fruity first grade math worksheet, your child will solve single-digit addition problems with sums up to 9.

Covering single-digit addition problems that add up to 9 or less, this first grade math worksheet offers a good introduction to beginning arithmetic.

• Valentine's Day Math Facts #9

Have a happy Valentine's Day with this combination math and color-by-number worksheet. Your kid will use mental math skills to color in the pictured chocolates.

• Count 'Em Up: Ping Pong Addition

Ping pong balls are great for helping kids add. Kids add up the numbers in each problem, and use the ping pong balls to help them count up to the right answer.

Addition isn't so scary! Get your student to stay sharp this Halloween by practicing addition facts with this spooky math sheet.

• Fishing For Math Facts: Thirteen

• Count the Dots: Single-Digit Addition 25