Its time to help your kids work on their addition skills with these free farm addition worksheets printable. I recently shared a set of transportation multiplication worksheets and realized that I forgot to do an addition set!
The farm addition worksheets also include an addition chart. If you do need to work on some quick adding tips, then check out the Free Printable Addition Facts Chart.
Welcome to Day 7 of the 12 Days of Christmas Activities and Christmas Worksheets! For 12 days in December I will be helping you homeschool through the Christmas season with fun activities and worksheets for your kids.
8 FARM ADDITION WORKSHEETS PRINTABLE
Addition can be a bit tough, I know. I remember helping my kids with this concept. They grasped it so easily when I used donuts as an example but give them a sheet with 5 + 5 and it was blank stares.
You can either print all the sheets of the farm addition worksheets printable and have your kids work on it or have them pace themselves.
The New Library (The Homeschooler’s Toolkit)
Sadly, we had to close the old free library because of too many errors and hiccups. We now have 3 levels of membership over at the Homeschooler’s Toolkit :
Here’s a sneak peak of The Basics membership- the entry level membership. It has content that has never been in the old library and boasts over 200 printables and counting.
Popular FARM THEMED Books to Borrow or Buy
Below you will find a list of popular farm themed books to read to your kids. You can also have them read it if they are able to. And don’t forget that audiobooks also count!
Please note that affiliate links are used below to help you.
Addition Tips FOR THE FARM THEMED ADDITION WORKSHEETS PRINTABLE
Below you will find a few tips to help with these free printable multiplication worksheets.
Tip #1: New Learners
If your child has never learned their addition facts, then I suggest going slow. Have them learn the + 1 and + 2 addition facts first. I would even add the +10 addition facts as well.
Take it slow and let them have fun with numbers.
Tip 2: How to Save Paper
I am the first to admit that I LOVE paper- the brighter and heavier it is the better. If you would love to save paper, simply print the pages and either:
- laminate the pages
- slip the pages into protective sheets
Doing this allows your kids to reuse the sheets and provides ample practice. Simply hand them a few dry erase markers or dry erase crayons. I have also found that using rubbing alcohol cleans the pages quite nicely.
I have added a list of the paper and dry erase markers that my kids love to use.
Dry Erase Markers, Ohuhu 60 Pack 15 Assorted Colors Low-Odor Dual Tips Dry Erase Window Marker Pens For Writing on White boards, Dry-Erase Boards, Kids & School, Calendar, RefrigeratorCrayola Washable Dry Erase Crayons w/E-Z Erase Cloth, 8/Box (CYO985202)
Tip #3: Save the Addition Facts Chart
If you can pull it off, laminate the multiplication chart for durability. If you don’t have access to a laminating machine then slip the chart into a protective sheet.
Once its protected, have your kids mark off the facts that they have memorized and review the ones that they don’t know.
Are you ready to download these free farm addition worksheets printable ? Then click the download button below!