Fourth of July Number Fun: 8 Worksheets

This Independence Day, take a break from the summer heat with these red, white and blue addition and subtraction printables.

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Holiday Math: 4th of July Subtraction

Filled with subtraction problems that are specifically for kindergarteners, this colorful worksheet stands out from the rest because of its entertaining method.
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Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #1

This 4th of July subtraction sheet is quick and cute, and makes math easy for visual learners.
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Fourth of July Coloring & Addition: Rockets!

Simple addition salutes Independence Day and a fun way to practice math for your child this summer!
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Addition Coloring Page: 4th of July Stars

Stars and decorations are part of a lot of Fourth of July celebrations; This addition coloring page is a great way to get in a little math practice, too!
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Fourth of July Addition & Coloring

Simple addition salutes Independence Day and a fun way to practice addition for your child this summer!
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Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #3

This 4th of July subtraction sheet is quick, cute, and makes math easy for visual learners.
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July 4th Sudoku

On this kindergarten math worksheet, kids use their logical reasoning and critical thinking skills to solve a Sudoku puzzle with an Independence Day theme.
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Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #2

This 4th of July subtraction sheet makes math easy for visual learners.
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