# Single Digit Addition and Subtraction Worksheet

Teachers, educators, parents, lend me your digits! We are in the process of making learning easy and fun. By using our addition and subtraction worksheets which are cleverly designed for kindergarten scholars.

Our addition and subtraction worksheets help develop the ability to understand and work with numbers.

One two buckle my shoe! The brain loves repetition, and rhyme! Sing it. Rap it! By adding poetry, to these kindergarten math worksheets, the skill sets becomes solid, and reinforced.

Addition and subtraction worksheets can be fun! Remember, what Aristotle said, ” Repetition is the mother of learning!”

Teaching single digits is teaching relationships. When students understand relationships; they become proficient.

Addition is the sister of subtraction, and subtraction is the sister of addition.

It’s an inverse concept. With our addition worksheets and subtraction worksheets, students becomes aware of the inverse!

## Kindergarten Math Worksheets – addition and subtraction

Students visualize that math problems can flip-flop; the answers stay the same. That concept is extremely important in numeracy. Numbers are commutative. Numbers commute!

Additionally, by looking at our worksheets you will notice designed intentions. The numbers are large with bold font. This is good for young learners. The visual field is upfront, large and easily memorized through repetition.

Also, these addition- subtraction worksheets can be cut out, and used to drill.

Turn them into flash cards; have fun going over them! Here is a way to use these flash cards: When each flash card is being spoken, the teacher can make up quick anecdotes to go along with them. For instance, 6 + 2 = 8. The students write in the number 8. Since the brain likes to file data in little connection cabinets; the teacher can say,” six cupcakes plus 2 cupcakes equals 8 cupcakes.” Class repeat. Then, the teacher asks the student to make up their own sentence using the same flash card.

This reinforces and stimulates creativity using the language of math. A child might say, “6 potato chips plus 2 potato chips equals 8 potato chips.” They will match an anecdote with the total. This makes the worksheets more than flash card cutouts, but a cross- curricular activity! Also, on the blank cut outs, the students can draw the problem!

Art stimulates math.

Moreover, these worksheets are eclectically designed. Some have objects to add up or subtract.

Other blank worksheets can be transformed into different homework assignments, or quizzes! Also, one can use an addition subtraction sheet merely on the number 5. How many ways can we show 5? They are numerous! Lastly, there is a mixed concept style to our worksheets- a worksheet which has both an addition and subtraction element to it. This gives the teacher or parent an analysis of the child’s understanding of the two functions. Remember, what Plato said, “Numbers are the highest degree of knowledge. It is knowledge itself.”

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