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• Addition is the first and most simple operation that we learn in math.
• Just imagine, finally you'll be able to check and count your change or pocket money! ;-)

Believe us - You can and will learn and understand math!

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• Well, we're going to simplify, demystify and "tame" all those "nasty" things for you - one step at the time!
• Everything can be understood if it's broken-down to simple steps.
• You just pick a lesson and practice some cool and free first grade math addition worksheets. :-)

Well, addition is, you could say, counting up. But, in order to speed up the process - we learn addition facts and tricks. You should know that this counting stuff works for small numbers.

For example 3+5: if we count 5 numbers up from 3 - we get to 8, and that's our solution. And that is exactly how you should start learning addition. Counting up for addition, and counting down for subtraction.

On the other hand, look at this example: 15+62. Imagine counting 62 numbers up from 15. Not something you want to do! But with the trick of addition - we solve this problem in a jiffy.

So, believe me - every math operation is good - it saves you time, particularly addition.

Come on, you must be eager to learn some calculating and stuff, right?
We've prepared some First Grade Math Addition Worksheets and Lessons for you!

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"To 10 & from 10's"

For easier visual navigation you can choose to practice some of the upper first grade math addition worksheets from the following table.

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Addition to 20 without regrouping Worksheets

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Addition to 18 with regrouping Worksheets

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Since we're practicing first grade math addition worksheets - try to cope with these addition facts worksheets. :-)
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