11 Addition Worksheets for First Through Third Graders

As your child advances in number learning, you can improve his mathematical skills with at-home practice. These free printable addition worksheets are best suited for children in first through third grades. 

Boy Counting On Fingers
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Single-Digit Addition

Single Digit Addition Worksheet
Caitlin-Marie Miner Ong. Caitlin-Marie Miner Ong

Simple single-digit addition worksheets can introduce your first grader to mathematical principles.

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Simple Addition

Single-Digit Addition

When completing this basic addition worksheet for first graders, don't worry if your child needs to count with fingers or number blocks.

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Seeing Spots

Counting Addition Worksheet for Kids

Count the spots on these playful dogs, and write the answer in the box underneath.

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Counting Apples

Counting Apples Addition Worksheet

Encourage your little one to count apples of different colors, then add the numbers together for some simple addition practice.

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Two-Digit Addition with Regrouping

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.

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Math Word Problems

Math Addition Worksheets

Third grade addition worksheets should be a little more challenging. Your child can solve these word problems by finding the sum.

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Counting Pennies

Counting Pennies
Black Dog & Leventhal

These copper coins are valued at one cent; teach kids how to add the correct amount with this math addition worksheet.

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Counting Nickels

Counting Nickels
Black Dog & Leventhal

This nickel addition worksheet with pictures helps kids practice counting by fives.

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Counting Dimes

Counting Dimes
Black Dog & Leventhal

These small-size silver coins are worth 10 cents. Can your student count them by tens?

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Counting Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes

Counting Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes
Black Dog & Leventhal

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

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Counting Quarters

Counting Quarters
Black Dog & Leventhal

In elementary school, kids learn that four quarters equal one dollar. Practice with this second grade addition worksheet!

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