# Basic arithmetic skills Addition & Subtraction Worksheets for Ages 5-9

Our Basic Arithmetic Skills Addition & Subtraction Worksheets for Ages 5-9 are designed to make learning math fun and engaging! These worksheets provide a foundational understanding of addition and subtraction, key elements of early math education. Tailored to suit young learners, the activities help children build confidence through practice with visually stimulating and age-appropriate exercises. Whether your child is just beginning to explore numbers or needs a little extra practice, our comprehensive worksheets support their growth and along with our interactive approach, ensure they develop the crucial math skills needed for future success. Start the journey to math mastery today!

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Add within 20 and Memorize all Sums

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Introduce your child to equations and advanced math concepts with this worksheet - designed to help them learn add and subtract up to 20. This logical reasoning exercise will help them gain a better understanding of math, preparing them for future success. Start early and watch them excel!
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## Adding up to 50: Page 16

Adding up to 50: Page 16
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## Police: Plus 1 Worksheet

Help your kids count the policemen in the worksheet and circle the number that completes the number sentence. It's a great way to improve their counting and addition skills. Discuss with your kids how policemen contribute to the community too.
Police: Plus 1 Worksheet
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Adding up to 50 Without Regrouping: Page 25
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Adding up to 1000 with Regrouping: Page 62
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## Adding up to 1000: Page 62

Adding up to 1000: Page 62
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Adding Up to 5 on the Farm: Page 26
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Adding Up to 5 in the Sea: Page 20
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Adding up to 100 Without Regrouping: Page 45
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## Match and Solve: Cupcakes Problem Worksheet

This math worksheet will excite your kid! Read the word problem and look at the cupcakes; the slashes mean some are being taken away. Select the picture that matches the text, then complete the equation to find the solution!
Match and Solve: Cupcakes Problem Worksheet
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## Reggie's Reuse Word Problems: Addition Worksheet

Help Reggie and your child save the planet by using this free worksheet! It reinforces addition word problems using one-to-one picture representation, and helps them pick out the correct number sentence and possible solutions. It's an easy way to help the planet and practice math!
Reggie's Reuse Word Problems: Addition Worksheet
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## Adding up to 100: Page 8

Adding up to 100: Page 8
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## Addition Four And Three Worksheet

Let's have fun math practice! Grab a new worksheet to keep your kids engaged while helping them learn. Trace the path to the right answer and see the joy when they find it. Check Kids Academy for more free algebra worksheets and other learning materials - let's make learning exciting!
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## Practice Addition: Part 2 Worksheet

Try this printable worksheet to practice addition! It contains longer, tougher addition equations for 1st graders. Colorful blocks give kids the opportunity to visualize how big numbers are combined. Multiple choice answers help kids gain confidence in problem solving.
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Adding up to 100 with Regrouping: Page 28
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Learning Skills

Basic arithmetic skills, including addition and subtraction, are cornerstones of early education and significantly impact a child's academic and life success. For children aged 5–9, these skills are not just foundational for future mathematical learning but also essential in developing critical thinking and problem-solving abilities.

Parents and teachers should prioritize these skills because they facilitate everyday activities, such as counting toys, sharing snacks fairly, or understanding time. Mastery of addition and subtraction helps children gain numerical fluency, making more advanced math concepts easier to grasp later. This confidence and competence in math can foster a positive attitude towards learning in general.

Moreover, understanding these basic operations enhances cognitive development. Addition and subtraction require understanding relationships between numbers, promoting logical reasoning and mental discipline. These skills also cultivate perseverance and patience, as children learn to approach problems methodically.

Importantly, early math proficiency is strongly linked to future academic achievement across various subjects. Studies have shown that children with strong early math skills perform better in later grades in both math and literacy. Thus, investing in arithmetic skills during these formative years equips children with the tools they need for lifelong learning and success. For parents and teachers, supporting children in developing these essential skills is a meaningful step toward nurturing competent, confident, and curious learners.