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Addition with pictures (easy).
Asks the student to draw a given number of objects in each set, and then count up how many there are altogether.
Up to four sets
Addition to 5.
Addition to 6.
Addition to 7.
Addition to 8.
Addition to 9.
Addition to 10.
Addition with pictures (difficult).
Here the student is asked to draw a certain number of objects in each set, but every picture represents a given multiple for example, each picture = 10 tins. This allows students to practice adding useful multiples of numbers.
Multiples of 2.
Multiples of 3.
Multiples of 5.
Multiples of 10.
Multiples between 2 and 5.
Multiples between 5 and 10.
Multiples of 100.
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Design your own addition with pictures worksheet.