In this 1st-grade mathematics worksheet, we will explore the addition operation. The addition is the basic mathematical operation where the sum of a few numbers is found out. The numbers that are added are called addends and the result is called sum. So

### Number 1 + Number 2 + Number 3 + .. = Sum

Refer to the below mentioned image which shows that by adding number 6 with number 5 we get 11 as sum or result. Similarly 13+12=25.

Note that addition can be performed in any order and result will always be the same; for example 6+5 or 5+6 in the below image will give a sum of 11.

## Q1. Fill in the missing part in the given addition worksheets for grade 1

1. ____ + 6 = 8
2. ____ + 5 = 9
3. ____ + 3 = 7
4. ____ + 4 = 8
5. ____ + 2 = 9
6. 4 + ___ = 8
7.  5 + ___ = 7
8.  2 + ___ = 3

## Q2. Find the sum in the following addition worksheet for grade 1

1. 5 + 2 = ____________
2. 4 + 1 = ____________
3. 3 + 0 = ____________
4. 6 + 3 = ____________
5. 7 + 4 = ____________
6. 9 + 9 = ____________
7. 5 + 1 = ____________
8. 6 + 5 = ____________
9. 8 + 7 = ____________

1. 20 + 10 = ________
2. 40 + 20 = ________
3. 70 + 10 = ________
4. 80 + 30 = ________
5. 50 + 50 = ________
6. 60 + 20 = ________
7. 90 + 10 = ________
8. 40 + 30 = ________

1. 1 more than 3 tens is _____.
2. 10 more than 5 tens is _____.
3. 2 tens and 5 once make ____.
4. Two more than 98 is ______.
5. 66 is ____ tens + _____ones.
6. How many ones are there in 55.?
7. How many tens are there in 82?
8. 70 + 20 + 0 in short form is ______.
9. 1 more than 99 is_________.

## Q5. Solve the following Addition worksheet problems and write the sum as numbers.

1. Four tens + Three ones =_________
2. Six tens + Two ones  =___________
3. Three tens + Eight ones =________
4. Seven tens + Eight ones =________
5. Five tens + Five ones =__________
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1. Eight dolphins are jumping in the sea. Two more dolphins join them. How many dolphins are there in all?
2. Seven giraffes are walking one behind the other. Two more join them. So, total how many giraffes are there?
3. Nine flowers are there in a vase. 6 more are added to it. Now, how many flowers are there in the vase in total?
4. Seven cats and Nine dogs are playing in a playground. Total how many animals are playing in the ground?
5.  Four birds were sitting in a tree and singing a song. Three more birds join them. So, How many birds are singing?
6. My mother gave me 5 chocolates. But I want 4 more chocolates. Upon request, she gave me 2. How many total chocolates are there with me?

 2     +   3       +     2      +   ____  =   9 3     +   3       +     1      +   ____  =   7 4     +   1       +     1      +   ____  =   8 2     +   5       +      2     +   ____  =  10 5     +   4       +      2     +   ____  =  14 6     +   3       +      1     +   ____  =  20 8     +   5       +      1     +   ____  =  15

## Q8.  Balance both sides of the equations related to addition worksheet problems.

1. 3 + 6 = ___ + 3
2. 1 + 9 = 9 + ___
3. 2 + 7 = 7 + ___
4. 5 + 3 = ___ + 5
5. 6 + __=1 + 6
6. 9 + __ = __ + 8
7. __+ 3 = 3 +__

## Q9. Circle the numbers that add up to 10 then write the final addition.

 3   +   5    +    7 4   +   2   +    8 1   +   9    +    6 6   +   4    +    1 5   +   9    +    5 7   +   3    +    2 8   +   2    +    3 4    +  5    +   6

## Q10. Look at the numbers given below. Choose a pair of numbers that add up to 15. How many pairs are there?

7      8      4    10

3     12     6     5

11   14     9     8

4      1      13    2

## Q13. Match Column A with Column B to solve the 1st-grade addition worksheet problems

 Column-A Column-B 15+6 Fifty-eight 37+3 Thirty 29+7 Fifty-two 42+2 Forty-one 51+1 Thirty-six 38+3 Forty 22+8 Forty-four 50+8 Twenty-one

## Q14. Solve the following addition worksheets in your mind and then circle the biggest number.

 14+4                 18+1                   12+5 22+5                 25+4                   23+1 44+1                 41+8                   46+2 60+8                 66+3                    64+1 39+0                 34+4                    31+5 76+3                 77+1                    72+2 80+0                 84+2                    88+1 91+1                 95+4                    93+2

## Q15. Add the addends and give <, >, = signs as appropriate to solve the addition worksheet

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2. Ranu’s mother told a story from a storybook. The first day she read 27 pages. The second day she read 35 pages. How many pages did she read in all?
3. There are 75 storybooks in a library. 20 more comic books were purchased. How many books are there in the library?
4. In a basket, there are ten green apples, five red apples, and three kiwis. How many fruits are in a basket?
5. Ariyan has four more cookies than his sister. His sister has six cookies. How many cookies does Ariyan have?
6. Titli has twelve more colored pencils than her friend. Her friend has ten color pencils. How many color pencils does Titli have?
7. Barbie loves to read the General Knowledge book. She has sixteen such books. She got four more. How many General knowledge books did Barbie have in all?
8. Maya collected twelve old copper coins. Then she found four more coins in her box. How many copper coins did she have in all?
9. Sara had fourteen skirts and eight frocks. She kept all together in the cupboard. How many dresses she has in total?
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## Q18. Choose two numbers from each row that add up to 20. How many pairs are there?

19      1       4         16

7        5        9        11

12      8       10       5

8        12     10       16

## Q19. Create Addition problems using the numbers given below to make a sum of 25. Use each number only once.

10      10      5      6

2         4       9       8

13       11     7      14

4         6       8       7