The **addition worksheets** on this page introduce addition math facts, multiple digit addition without regrouping, addition with regrouping (we used to call this ‘carrying’ in my day), addition with decimals and other concepts designed to foster a mastery of all things addition. All of the worksheets include answer keys, and there are four versions of each worksheet with different problems.

These addition worksheets are similar to the RocketMath, Wolf Swamp or Mastering Math Facts addition worksheets used at many schools. These are typically one minute, timed tests. Try my super entertaining online timer if you or your kids are into silly sounds!

Spaceship MathThese 80 and 100 problem addition worksheets are designed to incrementally build addition fact competency. Use these as two minute timed addition tests, which are great at-home practice even if your school is only doing one minute tests.

Two Minute TestsThese addition worksheets emphasize groups of related facts and there are variations with the facts in order to facilitate skip counting, or with random products that help facilitate fact memorization. Try the variations with all facts, or print the worksheets that focus only on specific families of multiplication facts that need more practice!

Addition Fact CirclesTired of the same old math fact worksheets with rows and rows of problems? Time to try something unique. These worksheets present the addition facts in a spiral layout that provides fun a twist on memorization. They use the same fact layouts as the spaceship math addition worksheets above, so try the first two sets worksheets if you are looking for the full set of addition facts or practice without the easier problems, or look at the others for an incremental approach to learning the facts.

Spiral Addition FactsThese addition worksheets allow students to practice simple sequences of addition to arrive at a final answer to a problem. The worksheets start with very small addends and progress through multi-digit addition. They are a fun alternative to simple addition problems that keep the addition skills moving along!

Sequence Addition WorksheetsGet on target with those addition math facts! These fun worksheets provide some additional kinesthetics over and above your usual math fact practice. Hopefully you will find these addition worksheets are spot-on when you need a change of pace!

Bullseye AdditionGet on target with those addition math facts! These fun worksheets provide some additional kinesthetics over and above your usual math fact practice. Hopefully you will find these addition worksheets are spot-on when you need a change of pace!

Dice AdditionThese place value addition worksheets are good first steps towards multi-digit addition problems. These problems require students to add multi-digit values without combining anything in each place value column.

Place ValueThese addition worksheets contain multi-digit addition problems without regrouping. Getting comfortable with these will prepare students for full multi-digit addition where regrouping (carrying) is required to find the sum.

No CarryEach of these addition worksheets provide exercises for progressively more complex types of addition problems with multiple digit addends, as well as problems with more than two addends.

More ComplexThese addition worksheets provide sample programs that should help develop skills for specific applications of addition (addition with time, money, multiples of 5, etc.)

ApplicationsOne digit (tenths) and two digit (hundredths) addition worksheets.

Addition with DecimalsAddition worksheets that introduce multiples and skip-counting. These addition worksheets are an excellent stepping stone to multiplication.

Addition MultiplesPractice addition worksheets for doubling values. Includes worksheets for single digit addition, two digit addition that require no borrowing (mental addition) and for addition worksheets for factor of five. These addition worksheets are great tools for place-value concepts.

Doubling AdditionIt all starts here with addition! Learning addition is the first step on your way to subtraction, and makes up the foundation of all of the strategies used to teach multiplication. These math fact timed tests and multiple digit addition problems should make up the core of your strategies for teaching addition concepts, but when you’re ready for alternative strategies: