Preschool Addition Worksheets

Once your child has grasped the concept of numbers and counting, they could eventually be taught how to add and subtract. 

With our preschool addition worksheets, we aim to make addition super easy for your little ones. 

Check out our preschool addition worksheets below:

Printable Preschool Addition Worksheets

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5 Alternatives to Preschool Addition Worksheets

If your child isn’t really in the mood for preschool addition worksheets, you could try these unplugged games. Or, you could play these games once they solve the problems in the worksheet to further review their addition skills!

  • Addition Catch: Don’t we all love a game of catch? We’re sure your little ones love it too. Take a large ball, divide it into various sections, and write simple addition problems in each section. Your child needs to answer the problem that’s closest to their hand when they catch the ball. It’s only after they answer the problem that they can toss it back! This is an awesome alternative to preschool addition worksheets.
  • Check out Osmo’s Math Wizard series for more addition & subtraction fun! Your child will get to explore a mystical land filled with dragons and magic while developing core math skills.

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  • Physical Objects: Countable manipulatives are a great alternative to simple preschool addition worksheets and are one of the best ways to teach your child to add. Use physical objects to solve an addition problem, and then see if they’re able to answer them on their own! You could even try this with their soft toys, toy vehicles, and puppets.
  • Picture Books: If your little one is more of a visual learner, picture books are a great way to teach them addition. Allow them to observe the images in the picture books and you’ll see how they grasp the concept better. So if you’re looking for more alternatives to simple preschool addition worksheets, you can turn to picture books. You could then test their understanding of the concept by letting them count and add with their fingers.
  • Use an Abacus: When kids learn with their hands, the chances of them grasping an important concept is greater. Allow kids to use an Abacus and you will see for yourself how well they learn addition. If you don’t have an abacus at home, you could simply use beads, potato ring chips, pretzels, or any item that has a hole in it, so you could pull it through a string and teach your child to add. Isn’t this an awesome alternative to preschool addition worksheets?
  • Flashcards: Make a few flashcards with a number printed/written on each flashcard. Ask your child to pick one, read it out loud, and find those many objects around the room or house. For example, if they pick number 3, they’d need to gather 3 of the same item. It could be apples, sheets of paper, crayons, etc. This activity could even work better than preschool addition worksheets!

We hope your kids enjoy our preschool addition worksheets and unplugged math activities. For more math games for kids, check the rest of our website. We’ve got a wide range of math activities for toddlers, 1st graders, and more.