1st Grade Addition Worksheets

Give your students the necessary addition practice they need with these addition worksheets. These activities will give your students a chance to practice their addition skills. Building their skills in addition is crucial to their development in other subjects in math.
+ show tags

  • 1 Less or 1 More

    To practice adding and subtracting the number one, students must count, draw, and write "1 more" or "1 less" than the numbers provided. Knowledge of the numbers from 0 to 100 is necessary for this printable math worksheet.

  • 10 More or 10 Less

    Add or subtract 10 from each of the numbers provided, from 0 to 30, in this printable math worksheet. This exercise will help students practice mental math skills for addition and subtraction.

  • Add and Subtract the Missing Numbers

    Add and subtract to find the missing numbers in these horizontal number sentences. Numbers from 0 to 20 are covered in this addition and subtraction printable.

  • Add the Sets of Legs

    Count the legs on the animals pictured to teach basic addition facts. Students will practice adding two, three, or four of the same numbers together using pictures as clues. This printable math worksheet is an introduction to simple multiplication.

  • Adding & Matching Money

    Coins and the value of money are covered in this printable math worksheet. Students match a picture of a coin with its monetary value and add different coins to determine the amount of money in each problem set.

  • Adding Animals

    Students can answer these basic horizontal addition problems by counting the objects. Then, they are encouraged to use mental math to complete additional equations.

  • Adding by 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5

    Reinforce basic adding skills with this printable worksheet. Students add the small numbers together to find the answers. If children have difficulty with these problems, they can use counters or their fingers to complete the worksheet.

  • Adding Coins

    US coins are pictured in this printable math worksheet. Students must have an understanding of the value of each coin, then they add them up to figure out the total amount of money.

  • Adding Dice

    Using dice as a visual clue, students add two, three, or four numbers to complete the addition problem. This printable math worksheet also encourages students to write their own problems.

  • Adding Money

    Use a grid to add up the amounts of money shown. Pictures of U.S. coins are included to provide clues, if needed.

  • Adding Objects I

    Using pictures as a guide, students color in the sums of the addition problems in this printable math worksheet.

  • Adding Objects II

    Using pictures as a guide, students color in the sums of the addition problems in this math worksheet.

  • Adding Up Three Numbers I

    Students use vertical addition to add three numbers. Then, they create their own addition problems in this math worksheet.

  • Adding Up Three Numbers II

    By adding large numbers to small numbers, students find the sums. Both horizontal and vertical addition are utilized in this math worksheet.

  • Adding Up to 15

    Using pictures as a guide, students complete basic horizontal addition problems, adding up to 15. Then, they use mental math to complete other addition facts.

  • Adding with Regrouping

    Practice vertical addition with two-digit numbers, multiple addends, monetary values, and regrouping in this printable math worksheet.

  • Addition Grid

    Students pair numbers that add up to 20 in the addition grid in this math printable.

  • Addition Properties I

    Reinforce two properties of addition: 1) swapping the addends doesn't affect the sum and 2) the sum of zero and any number is that number. Each problem in this printable math worksheet is written twice, with the addends in different positions.

  • Addition Properties II

    Test children's understanding of the zero property and the commutative property of addition, with this printable math worksheet. Make sure they understand that the order of addends does not affect the answer.

  • Addition Using Doubles

    Students complete basic addition problems by using doubles as a clue. Thinking of addition problems as a number doubled plus one will help students complete the addition and subtraction problems.

  • Calculating the Cost of 2-Dimensional Shapes

    Each shape of price tag in this worksheet is assigned a specific value. Students add the values of the different shapes to determine the cost of each picture.

  • Coins of Equal Value?

    Several coin values are provided on this printable math worksheet; students must circle the coins that add up to the given value. Then, they add up sets of coins to figure out whether the amounts are equal or not.

  • Comparing Money

    Students find the sum of the money pictured and compare values to determine who has the most money. Then, they draw coins in purses to make quantities less than and greater than the price tag pictured.

  • Counting Forward or Back

    Give students practice counting by ones with this printable math worksheet. Students count forwards and backwards by one to complete each number sequence.

  • Double the Numbers

    As an introduction to basic multiplication, students double the numbers to determine the products. Then, they reverse the process and divide.

  • Equations: Add & Subtract

    Students add and subtract using pictures as a guide. Make sure children understand that animals approaching each other represent addition, and animals moving away from each other represent subtraction.

  • Expanded Form: Tens and Ones

    Knowledge of the ones and tens place value is reviewed in this printable math worksheet, as well as addition facts. Given a whole numbers, students must create a number sentence that separates the ones and tens values.

  • Fact Families up to 20

    Both one- and two-digit numbers are covered in this printable addition and subtraction worksheet. Students use the 3 numbers provided to write 4 different families.

  • Fill the Coin Purse

    Students determine which U.S. coins are needed to match the amount of change in the purse.

  • Finding 10s

    Students draw a ring to enclose 10 items in each group of objects, then they write the numbers that represent the items inside and outside the ring. They will complete basic addition problems by adding numbers from 0 to 20.

  • Finish the Fact Families

    Practice using fact families with numbers from 1 to 10, in this printable math worksheet. Both addition and subtraction skills are tested here.

  • Making 10

    Basic addition and subtraction is covered in this printable worksheet. Students color some fish green, then record how many are shaded and how many are unshaded, adding up to the original 10. Then, they fill out basic addition problems to demonstrate knowledge of the patterns.

  • Missing Addends

    Students practice addition by finding the missing addend in each number sentence. They can use any method they wish to solve these problems—including using related subtraction facts, counting, or number sense—but they should be able to complete the problems using mental math.

  • More and Less by 1, 10, and 100

    Practice the concepts of "more" and "less" with this printable math worksheet. Students find which numbers are 1, 10, or 100 more or less than the numbers listed.

  • More or Less by 1 and 10

    Students complete basic addition and subtraction problems using the numbers 1 and 10. Pictures will help children complete the problems in this space-themed math worksheet.

  • Number Puzzles

    Solve the number puzzles featured in this printable math worksheet by reading these addition and subtraction word problems.

  • Number Value Comparisons

    Number comparisons are reviewed in this printable math worksheet. Using playing cards, students determine whether the first number is greater than or less than the second. Then, children write numbers that are one more and one less than the value provided.

  • One More or One Less?

    Students practice adding and subtracting 1 from numbers up to 20. Pictures of candies will help students complete some of the problems by encouraging them to create their own number stories.

  • One-Digit Fact Families

    Teach students about fact families with this printable math worksheet. Children complete basic addition and subtraction problems to find the fact families.

  • Ordering Sums

    After determining the amount of money shown in each problem set, students put the totals in order from greatest to least, or smallest to largest. This money worksheet uses U.S. coins.

  • Picture Graphs III

    Children need to count items in the pictographs for each category, and then add, subtract, and compare data.

  • Real-Life Problems: Add the Postage Stamps

    Using pictures of postage stamps with various values as a guide, students draw stamps on letters that add up to the numbers provided.

  • Real-Life Problems: Fill the Piggy Bank

    Using pictures of U.S. coins as a guide, students determine how many different ways they can add the money to make 30 cents, and "deposit" those coins in the piggy banks.

  • Real-Life Word Problems

    Solve the real-life word problems by using the pictures on this printable math worksheet as clues. Students must decide which operation to use and what kind of answer each question calls for—addition or subtraction.

  • Sets of 2, 3, 4 & 5

    Introduce basic multiplication with this printable math worksheet. Students count sets of objects to determine the final number pictured and draw pictures to match the equations.

  • Spot the Doubles Addition

    Students practice basic addition by doubling the numbers provided in this printable math worksheet. This exercise is an introduction to the multiplication problems students will learn later.

  • Tallies

    Tally marks are used in this printable math worksheet to help students count in groups of 5. Then, they add the remaining tally marks to determine the total number pictured.

  • Two-Digit Addition by 10s

    Find the sum in the two-digit vertical addition problems featured on this printable math worksheet. Basic regrouping is required in these problems.

  • Two-Digit Addition I

    Find the sum in these two-digit, vertical addition problems. Regrouping is not required to solve the problems in this printable math worksheet.

  • Two-Digit Addition II

    Find the sum in these two-digit, vertical addition problems and word problems. Regrouping is not required to solve these problems.

  • Two-Digit Addition with Regrouping

    Most of the sums in these two-digit vertical addition problems require regrouping. Make sure that children do not neglect to add 10 to the tens column when they regroup.

  • Two-Digit Plus One-Digit Addition

    Using horizontal addition, students add a two-digit and one-digit number together. There is no regrouping in this exercise.

  • Word Problems: Count by 2s

    Students draw pictures to demonstrate the word problems. These addition problems are a good introduction to basic multiplication.

loading gif