Preschool Addition Worksheets and Printables

Some may say that preschool-age kids are too young to understand the basics of addition. Not us! Plenty of preschoolers are perfectly capable of comprehending that if you combine two numbers you'll get a different number (unless you're dealing with the number zero, of course). While your preschooler is working hard on his worksheets, it might be beneficial to include a physical demonstration of the math problems, especially if your kid is having a little trouble understanding what's on the page. Our printables are a great way for kids to get a jump on kindergarten math. It'll all add up for your preschooler with these addition worksheets.
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Printable Addition Flash Cards
How Many Are There? Hats
Let's Go Shopping!: Globe
Addition with Pictures: Leaves
Help your little bunny with his knowledge of the count sequence, one-to-one correspondence, addition and subtraction skills with this adorable collection of Easter preschool printables.
How Many Are There? Fish
Help your child hone important basic math skills with this fun collection of counting, patterning and comparing worksheets.
Stuck inside due to a snowstorm? These activities, games, and worksheets are perfect for a day when you're snowed in. Stay warm, and enjoy learning!
Take a break from tired paper-and-glue Valentine's Day crafts to sneak in some preschool math printables! Don't be fooled by the hearts and flowers; these worksheets sharpen basic math skills every kid needs.
These insect-filled math worksheets are perfect for the bug-obsessed child. Try these worksheets and activities for a fun way to exercise math skills and discover a few new bugs at the same time.
How Many Are There? Birds
How Many Are There? Presents
Add the Numbers
How Many Are There? Flowers
Chicken Addition
How Many Are There? Furniture
Some may say that preschool-age kids are too young to understand the basics of addition. Not us! Plenty of preschoolers are perfectly capable of comprehending that if you combine two numbers you'll get a different number (unless you're dealing with the number zero, of course). While your preschooler is working hard on his worksheets, it might be beneficial to include a physical demonstration of the math problems, especially if your kid is having a little trouble understanding what's on the page. Our printables are a great way for kids to get a jump on kindergarten math. It'll all add up for your preschooler with these addition worksheets.

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