# Kindergarten Addition Worksheets

### Addition Worksheets for Kindergarten

Students use their counting skills to add. They count the number of objects in two groups to find the total. They gradually learn to add numbers with a sum up to 5 without using objects to help them.

Addition is an extension of counting. Students count the number of objects in one group and then count on as they touch objects in a second group. Adding real objects helps reinforce this skill, so make a game of count everyday objects. Keep a collection of small objects, such as buttons or pennies or dry beans, that are easy to pick up and count. Make two small piles (no more than 10 in each pile) and have students add. Start with only 1-3 objects in the second pile and gradually increase the number.

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