# Printable Math and Measurements Worksheets

Once your child enters first and second grade, reinforce basic arithmetic, counting, and measurement skills.

As your child advances in number learning, improve his mathematical skills with worksheets that teach addition and subtraction, money value, and the measurement of objects and liquids.

Practice 12 math drills in simple addition.

• ### Single-Digit Subtraction

Practice 12 math drills in simple subtraction.

• ### Two-Digit Addition With Regrouping

Advance to more complicated addition by teaching kids to regroup, or carry over, numbers from the ones to the 10s columns.

• ### Two-Digit Subtraction With Regrouping

Advance to more complicated subtraction: Teach kids to regroup, or deduct, numbers from the 10s to the ones columns.

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### Counting Pennies

These copper coins are valued at one cent; teach kids how to add the correct amount.

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### Counting Nickels

These medium-size silver coins are valued at five cents; teach kids how to add the correct amount.

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### Counting Dimes

These small-size silver coins are valued at 10 cents; teach kids how to add the correct amount.

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### Counting Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes

Show kids how to add the correct amount when three different coins are mixed together.

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### Counting Quarters

These large-size silver coins are valued at 25 cents; teach kids how to add the correct amount.

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### Measuring Inches

Measure three work tools in inches to the half-inch.

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### Measuring Centimeters

Measure three everyday objects to whole centimeters.

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### Measuring Feet and Yards

Convert six measurements from inches to feet and yards.

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### Measuring Cups, Pints, and Quarts

Learn how many cups equal a pint and a quart, and how many pints equal a quart.