- 1 More Than
Test students' understanding of "more than," with this math worksheet. Students match two sets of circles and check which set contains "1 more than" the other set. In the second part of the printable, they count objects and add one more.

- 2 More Than
After comparing two sets of pictures, students choose the set that has "2 more than" the other set, and check the corresponding box. The second part of the math worksheet asks children to count the pictures, add 2 more, then find the total number.

- 3 More Than
Challenge your students to choose the set that has "3 more than" the other set, and check the corresponding box. Then ask children to count the candy, add 3 more, then find the total number.

- 4 More Than
After comparing two sets of buttons, students choose the set that has "4 more than" the other set, and check the corresponding box. The second part of the math worksheet asks children to count the bows, add 4 more, then find the total number.

- 5 More Than
Students choose the set that has "5 more than" the other set. The second part of the math worksheet asks children to count the buckets, add 5 more, then find the total number.

- Add 1 More
Test students' understanding of "more than," with this math worksheet. Students count objects, draw 1 more, then write the numbers that represent 1 more. In the second part of the printable, they add 1 more to each number.

- Add 2 More
In this math worksheet, children count the number of flowers, draw 2 more, and then find the total. Students are then asked to complete basic addition problems by adding 2 to other small numbers.

- Add 3 More
Give your students practice counting by challenging them to count the number of cups, draw 3 more, and then find the total. Then ask them to practice adding 3 more in other equations.

- Add 4 More
Students are asked to complete basic addition problems by adding 4 to other small numbers.

- Add 5 More
In this math worksheet, children count the number of buckets, draw 5 more, and then find the total. Students are then asked to complete basic addition problems by adding 5 to other small numbers.

- Addition and Subtraction (0-10)
Children practice using the addition, subtraction, and equals signs to complete the basic arithmetic problems. The numbers 1 through 10 are reviewed here.

- Addition Symbols: + and =
In this math worksheet, students learn about the addition sign (+) and equals sign (=). Then, they complete basic addition problems to practice using the new symbols.

- Count How Many Numbers (0-10)
To demonstrate basic addition skills, students add numbers between 1 and 5 to complete the problems. This worksheet does not provide pictures as a guide, though students could draw their own images if they need help completing the problems.

- Count How Many Objects (0-10)
To show basic counting and addition skills, students count the number of circles pictured in this worksheet. Knowledge of the numbers 1 through 10 is necessary to complete this math activity.