# Hand-eye Coordination Addition & Subtraction Worksheets for Ages 5-7

Enhance your child's early math skills with our engaging Hand-eye Coordination Addition & Subtraction Worksheets designed for ages 5-7. These worksheets not only foster mathematical understanding but also improve essential hand-eye coordination skills. Each activity is crafted to make learning enjoyable, combining fun visuals with interactive tasks that motivate young learners. Ideal for both classroom and home settings, these worksheets help children practice addition and subtraction while developing fine motor skills. Perfect for preschool and early elementary learners, our resources simplify concepts and encourage a love for math. Get started today to set your child on the path to success!

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Adding Up to 5 in the Sea: Page 58
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## Police Subtraction Worksheet

Police protect citizens and do more in the community. Kids can learn numbers with this math worksheet: two subtraction problems in the downloadable PDF. Read the problems with your kids, then check the box next to the number sentences that are correct.
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Adding Up to 5 on the Farm: Page 48
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## Adding up to 100: Page 38

Adding up to 100: Page 38
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Adding Up to 5 with Busy Bugs: Page 41
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Adding Up to 5 in the Sea: Page 13
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Adding up to 100 with Regrouping: Page 11
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## Counting Spider Eyes Worksheet

Did you know different spiders have different eye numbers? Kids will love learning this fact and solving the spider word problems on this free worksheet! Word problems promote a deeper understanding of the concept, plus they get to add up the spiders’ eyes while solving addition problems with more than one addend. Fun and math all in one!
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## Counting Seedlings Worksheet

Understanding math word problems is key. Multiple steps can prove challenging - this free worksheet provides one-to-one picture representation to help kids solve multi-step addition word problems. Strengthen addition skills by choosing the matching picture to the answer.
Counting Seedlings Worksheet
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Adding up to 50 Without Regrouping: Page 35
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Adding Up to 5 at the Zoo: Page 57
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Adding Up to 5 in the Forest: Page 63
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Adding up to 100 Without Regrouping: Page 56
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Adding Up to 5 in the Sea: Page 66
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Adding Up to 5 with Busy Bugs: Page 38
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## Adding up to 1000: Page 24

Adding up to 1000: Page 24
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Adding Up to 5 with Busy Bugs: Page 72
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## Adding up With Water Worksheet

Ask your kids to name different kinds of weather and what it's like outside now. Then, help them solve the number sentences on the worksheet by tracing the dotted line to the correct total.
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Adding Up to 5 at the Zoo: Page 25
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Adding up to 1000 with Regrouping: Page 38
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## Matching 3-2 Worksheet

Subitizing is the ability to quickly identify sets of items without counting. It's a key skill for young learners to cultivate number sense. This worksheet takes it further, with 3-2=1 number sentences. Look at the sets of counters with slashes to decide which illustrate the sentence. Draw a line from the sentence in the middle to the right images to finish the page!
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Adding Up to 5 with Busy Bugs: Page 13
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Adding Up to 5 in the Sea: Page 31
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Learning Skills

Hand-eye coordination is a crucial skill that influences a child's ability to perform various everyday tasks, including writing, cutting, and playing sports. For children aged 5-7, developing this coordination is particularly important because it lays the groundwork for more advanced skills in both academic and physical activities. Incorporating hand-eye coordination activities, like manipulatives for addition and subtraction, can significantly enhance a child's understanding of these foundational math concepts.

Engaging children in tactile, kinesthetic learning experiences helps reinforce their mathematical understanding while improving fine motor skills. When children manipulate objects—such as counting blocks or using beads— they gain a concrete understanding of numbers and their relationships. This hands-on approach also makes math less intimidating and more enjoyable, fostering a positive attitude toward learning.

Moreover, developing strong hand-eye coordination at an early age benefits other aspects of learning, such as reading and writing. It enhances focus, spatial awareness, and concentration—skills that are essential across subjects. By combining coordination activities with math learning, parents and teachers not only encourage a fundamental grasp of addition and subtraction but also promote overall cognitive and physical development, setting children up for success in their educational journey.