Drawing for Addition - Lesson for Kindergarten, Chapter - Addition and Subtraction

In the "Drawing for Addition" lesson, designed specifically for Kindergarten students, learners will embark on an exciting journey into the world of addition and subtraction. This lesson is part of the "Additional Practice with Numbers up to 20" unit, laying a solid foundation for mathematical skills early in their education. Through engaging activities, such as the "Adding with Base Ten Blocks Worksheet," "Add Numbers up to 10," "Learn Addition up to 10," "Footprints and Fossils Addition Worksheet," and the "Add it Up Worksheet," students will learn to visually represent and solve addition problems using drawing and pictorial aids.

Understanding how to add numbers up to 10 is crucial for young learners, as it not only enhances their numerical fluency but also improves their problem-solving and critical thinking skills. By using base ten blocks, footprints, fossils, and other creative methods, students will find joy in learning and applying addition in everyday contexts. This hands-on approach not only makes the learning process more enjoyable but also aids in the retention of knowledge and the ability to apply it in various situations. As students become comfortable with these fundamental concepts, they will be well-prepared for more complex mathematical challenges ahead.

Estimated classroom time: 17 min
Unit: Additional Practice with Numbers up to 20
Click on any activity below to start learning.
1st
3:00 min
Adding with Base Ten Blocks Worksheet
worksheet
2nd
4:00 min
video
3rd
4:00 min
video
4th
3:00 min
worksheet
5th
3:00 min
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• Activity 1 / Adding with Base Ten Blocks Worksheet

Work on your child’s math skills with them by using this fun worksheet to learn! Add the blocks together to solve the problems and circle the correct total. In this printable sheet, colorful boxes are provided together with their figures in numbers. Your child is expected to carefully count these boxes and come up with the correct total. Then, circle the correct answer among the options provided.

• Activity 4 / Footprints and Fossils Addition Worksheet

Addition and subtraction might be causing your students some stress, but you can quickly show them how easy the subject really is. With proper guidance and enough exercises, your students will soon see that adding and subtracting equations is not really that difficult. This worksheet aims to help your kids practice their addition and subtraction skills. Help them add the fossils together and then circle the correct total of each equation.

• Activity 5 / Add it Up Worksheet

When there is a fire in the community, the right emergency number to call is that of the fire service. Test your children’s safety knowledge first by asking them if they know any other emergency numbers to call. Now, look at this worksheet. Can your kids identify the fire truck in the picture? Ask them to help the truck get to the right building by solving the simple number sentences. Help them draw a line to the correct answer.