Practice adding numbers 1-10 and 1-20 with these addition charts. A printable math tool for children.
Kids can use these tables when working independently on math problems. A printable addition chart is a great tool for kids to use when practicing addition.
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Each printable table is printer friendly and uses minimal ink. To print simply click the image to bring up a pdf version.
How to Use a Addition Chart
An addition chart is a table that is used to find the sum of two numbers. Numbers are arranged in rows and columns. You can find the sum of two numbers by their positions on the chart.
Whole numbers are arranged in order across the top of the chart (1,2,3, etc) and down the far left column (1,2,3, etc).
To find the sum of two numbers simply find the first number across the top row then the second number down the far left column. Where the two numbers meet within the chart is the sum of the two numbers!
For example, to solve the equation 5 + 7 first find the number 5 across the top row. Then locate number 7 on the far left column. Put one finger on the 5 and another on the 7.
Next, move your fingers towards the middle of the chart while staying within the grid. Where the numbers intersect is the answer to the equation. Using the chart will tell you that the sum of 5 + 7 equals 12.
Aside from solving math problems, kids can identify different patterns on the chart. For example, whenever you add one to a number the sum is always one larger than that number 2 + 1 = 3 and 5 + 1 = 6.
1-10 Addition Charts
A quick reference chart to use when adding integers one through ten. Your child can either use the pre-filled out version or the blank table.
I love how you can identify patterns by adding your own color to the charts! Kids can even color in the boxes going down the side and across the top to make it easier to read.
1-20 Addition Charts
Get ready to add numbers 1-12 with these addition reference charts. Similar to the 1-10 charts, you can print off the filled in version or a blank table.
Kids can color in the boxes going down the left hand side and across the top. I love how these are printer friendly and easy to read!
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You can find the entire collection of math activities all in one spot. As a mom and a former math teacher, I know how important it is to make sure your kids love exploring math!
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