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# In Full Bloom: Spring Math

### Let's Count: Flowers

This flower-filled math worksheet provides great counting practice for your preschooler.

### Pick a Flower Pictograph

Find out exactly how many flowers Stefanie has planted with this pictograph for kids. Your child will learn how to analyze and interpret data.

### Word Problems: Flower Power

Have your mathlete use addition, subtraction, and reasoning skills in these flower-themed word problems. Kids will use math to help Erin and Eli in the garden.

### Flower Pattern

Setting up flowers in a pattern is a great way to make a garden beautiful. Let your young one help the gardener create pretty patterns on this worksheet.

### Comparing Flowers: Less Than and Greater Than

On this first grade math worksheet, kids count flowers in two flowerpots, then use the less-than symbol or greater-than symbol to compare the numbers.

### Flower Pie Chart

Even if your child isn't ready for statistics, he can learn to get his bearings around charts and graphs with this simple flower-themed pie chart worksheet.

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### Patterns and Colors: Flowers

Patterns are everywhere in nature. Recognizing and re-creating patterns are important math skills for beginning learners.

Take a different approach to math with this picture addition worksheet. Kids will practice their math skills by adding up pictures of flowers.

Let the joy of spring inspire your kindergartener's next math practice. She'll use single digit addition to add up bright flowers.

Does your child need help with two-digit addition? This colorful flower-filled worksheet is a great way to give her the practice she needs.

### Spring Word Problems

Spring into the season with these math word problems!

### Subtraction for Visual Learners: Easter #7

Visual learners will learn subtraction basics with our colorful, flower-themed worksheet. Kids will count picture of flowers, then cross out images to subtract.

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