The following collection of worksheets will help your students practice their addition and subtraction skills.

These worksheets focus on using pictures or figures to learn how to add and/or subtract. Each sheet contains a number of different equations for your students to solve. Activities include using pictures as counting tokens and having the students recreate (add) the tokens or cross them out (subtract). We encourage all teachers to use the color version, but we realize that ink cartridges don't grow on trees.

These are great for your later Preschool or early Kindergarten students. They are fun and contain some vibrant colors.

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Addition and Subtraction Visual Worksheets

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Add or Cross Out Lesson

Add 3 more circles to the picture given below. Draw circles one by one in 3 steps. Add one circle in each step.

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The Square Treatment Worksheet

Add the specified number of squares to the picture given below in each case. Draw circles one by one in steps. As the number specified here is 3, so we have to draw 3 more squares.

Adding Practice Worksheet

All the problems here are addition or determining sums.

Practice the Skill Twice

This is all about difference and crossing out what doesn't belong.

Adding Show the Skill

Add 2 hearts and 1 square. 2 Add 3 lines and 2 arrows. 3 Add 1 diamond and 4 circles. 4 Add 5 stars and 1 triangle.

Classroom Warmup

Get the party started with this one.

Mixed Worksheet

You are asked to draw or remove objects in this mix.

Add or Subtract Pictures: Lesson

Add three squares to the picture. Solution: Draw 1 additional square making 4 boxes.

Add or Subtract Pictures: Worksheet 1

You are supposed to put your answers in the rectangles to the right.

Worksheet 2

Very similar to the previous worksheet, but different shapes.

Worksheet 3

You will need to know your shapes to do this one. A good geometric shapes review sheet for you.

Worksheet 4

The last in this straight series of worksheets.

Review Sheet

You are giving 2 examples and then asked to do 2 yourself.

Review Sheet Page 2

More here for you on the review.

Quiz

Lets see how they are doing on this content.

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Use the answer box to your advantage.

Visual Addition and Subtraction

Add the following and write the number inside the boxes provided. + = Count the first group of teddy bears. The first group has 4 teddy bears. Now count the second group of teddy bears. The second group has 1 teddy bear. To find the sum of 4 and 1, count all the teddy bears together. In the above question, the total comes out to be 4 + 1= 5. So we write 5 inside the box.

Visual Addition /Subtraction - Try the Skill

Subtract the following and write the number inside the box on right hand side. - = There are 6 ducks in all. 3 of them are crossed out. We start with 6 and take away 3 from it. To find 6 minus 3, count the ducks that are not crossed out. There are 3 ducks left. So, we write 6 – 3 = 3.

The Sum of It!

Lots of crazy objects here for you to add up.

Practice with Differences

Same as the last one, but now we are looking for differences.

What a Difference!

Subtract the following and circle the correct option.

Warm Up

Add the following and circle the correct option.

Kindergarten Visual Addition Lesson

Students learn how to count and add together groups of simple pictures. A sample problem is solved.

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Kindergarten Visual Addition Lesson and Practice

Students will review how to count and add together groups of simple pictures. A sample problem is solved and two practice problems are provided.

Kindergarten Visual Addition Worksheet

Students will count and add together groups of simple pictures. Ten problems are provided.

Kindergarten Visual Addition Practice

Students will count the pictures to do simple addition. Ten problems are provided.

Kindergarten Visual Addition Drill

Students will do simple addition by counting pictures. Eight problems are provided.

Kindergarten Visual Addition Warm Up

Students demonstrate skill in simple picture addition. Three problems are provided.