# Practicing addition Worksheets for Ages 6-8

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## Lets Trade Tens Worksheet

This free worksheet strengthens counting and logic skills. Kids will enjoy exchanging flowers for bouquets, orange slices for a whole fruit, and cube towers for individual cubes. Combining numbers and problem solving is essential for first grade math. Seeing two options helps them understand how 10s look.
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## Snowball Math Worksheet

Kids can have a snowball fight and build math skills at the same time with this free worksheet. Kids can use tens to add and subtract for quick math equations and select the correct answers. No need to worry about getting cold either - these snowballs won't chill you!
Snowball Math Worksheet
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## Place Value Race Worksheet

Teach your child to count, then write numbers in word form and back to standard form. In this worksheet, they'll match the numbers written in word form to their standard form and circle the correct car with the correct answer.
Place Value Race Worksheet
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## Tug of War: Commutative Property Worksheet

Tug of war is a great game to teach your child simple math. Explain the commutative property--it states that the product remains the same regardless of the order of factors. Use the equations in the middle of the worksheet and have your child draw a line to the corresponding equation. It's a fun and easy way to learn math.
Tug of War: Commutative Property Worksheet
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Adding up to 50 Without Regrouping: Page 70
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## Train Addition: Associative Property Worksheet

The associative property of addition lets us add numbers in any order. Total will remain the same. Help kids practice this pre-algebra skill with a train-themed worksheet. It will help them understand if the equations are equal using this property.
Train Addition: Associative Property Worksheet
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Adding up to 1000 Without Regrouping: Page 10
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