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Learning #13-14

In this coloring math worksheet, your child will practice writing the numbers 13 and 14 and counting up to 13 and 14.

Gimme more!

Here are some beads. Can you draw more? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will practice adding more beads, bricks, and ladybug spots by drawing on a picture that's been started.

And 2 more makes…

What happens when you add 2 more? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will draw 2 more flowers to complete each series as an introduction to learning to add 2.

And 3 more makes…

What happens when you add 3 more? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will draw 3 more mugs to complete each series as an introduction to learning to add 3.

And 4 more makes…

What happens when you add 4 more? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will draw 4 more balls to complete each series as an introduction to learning to add 4.

And 5 more makes…

What happens when you add 5 more? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will draw 5 more pails to complete each series as an introduction to learning to add 5.

Treetop addition

The monkey's in the tree. How many balls does he see? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will practice counting groups of 1 to 5 balls and adding them up to find the total.

Fewer apples

Which tree has fewer apples? Your child will find the picture that has fewer objects in this coloring math worksheet.

Finding 2 fewer

Which image shows more? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will count the number of objects in 2 groups, then choose the group with 2 fewer objects.

Taking 2 away

What happens when you take 2 away? In this coloring math worksheet, your child will practice simple subtraction problems with the help of objects to count.

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