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Work up an appetite for addition with these picture math worksheets, created to help 1st graders practice basic addition.

An apple a day keeps the doctor away--and the math tutor! This colorful worksheet entices first graders to practice single-digit addition and counting.

### Basic Addition: Bell Pepper Math

Full of striped candy treats, this worksheet is sure to sweeten up addition practice. Kids add up the numbers, using the candies to help them count.

Not only will your first grader get great practice with addition facts, but he'll get to use counting as assistance!

Looking for a fun way to boost your first grader's addition skills? Challenge her to count up the coconuts!

Give your first grader a healthy dose of addition practice! She'll be "grape-ful" for a nice change from those dull, black-and-white printables.

Pack a fruity punch into your first grader's math practice! These countable grapefruits make addition more interesting.

With colorful socks beside each problem to help them count, this worksheet helps kids bridge the gap between counting and addition.

Does addition leave your child stumped? Help her wrap her head around the concept with this leafy worksheet that helps her visualize how addition works.

Don't let math sour your day. Turn lemons into lemonade with this worksheet that's filled with happy lemons eager to help kids learn their addition facts.

Get your first grader excited for addition practice with a lovely lime-filled worksheet. Bursting with cheerful shades of green, it's sure to make her happy.

Get hungry for math with this addition worksheet bursting with juicy mangoes.

Full of juicy melon slices, this worksheet is just the thing to get your child hungry for math.

Go nuts for addition. Packed with peanuts and almonds to help kids count, this worksheet is sure to keep them entertained as they practice their addition facts.

Who knew olives could help with math? Help your child learn his addition facts with this worksheet bursting with olives eager to help.

### Basic Addition: Orange Slice Math

Does your child drag his feet when it comes to addition? Full of bright colors and cheerful orange slices, this addition worksheet just might change his mind.

Having trouble getting your first grader to practice addition? He may change his tune with this colorful worksheet that lets him count up the pears!

### Basic Addition: Ping Pong Math

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.

### Basic Addition: String Bean Math

Give your child a healthy dose of math with this wholesome string bean addition worksheet.

Bite into math with this juicy worksheet full of plump tomatoes. Your first grader might think math's a bore, but this colorful printable is anything but dull.

If your child finds black and white math worksheets boring, try this one instead: with its bright colors and berry good looks, it's sure to grab her interest.

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