# Kindergarten Grade Common Core: K.OA.2

Common Core Identifier: K.OA.2 / Grade: K
Curriculum: Operations And Algebraic Thinking: Understand Addition As Putting Together And Adding To, And Under- Stand Subtraction As Taking Apart And Taking From.
Detail: Solve addition and subtraction word problems, and add and subtract within 10, e.g., by using objects or drawings to represent the problem.
57 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Solve the addition problems and color according to the key to reveal the mystery pictures.
Cut out these 36 cards. Flip all the cards face down. Have students take turns flipping the cards to make a match. Example: the "3 + 5" card will match the "8" card.
Trace numbers. Show numbers on a ten-frame. Add and subtract with graphical models of manipulatives. Classify shapes. Identify correct preposition words.
Write the answers to the addition problems on the caterpillar. All addends are 5 or less. All sums are 10 or less.
Students will plot the given points and reveal the mystery picture: a Valentine's Day heart.
This file contains flashcards for reviewing basic addition facts with sums to 10. There are 9 cards per page. The final page has a sorting mat.
This printable worksheet has basic addition problems to solve. Next, use the sums to determine what color to use for each space. An airplane will appear in the finished picture.
Add red and blue circular counters on a five-frame. Count and compare marbles, fruit, and weather symbols. Find the total sum of the snap (Unifix) cubes.
Students love playing our Scoot! games. There are 30 task cards, answer sheets for 20, 25, and 30 questions, and teacher instructions. This version of Scoot! has simple math addition facts to be solved, ideal for students in grades K - 2.
Skip count by tens. Then add and subtract using illustrations and tens charts. Answer questions related to most and fewest objects.
Students roll a die and match the number rolled with a column on the subtraction chart. They read and answer all of the subtraction facts in the column as accurately and quickly as possible. All minuends and answers are 10 or less. (ex: 7-3=4)
Roll a pair of dice and add the results. This game can be played with standard 1-6 number cubes or 0-5 number cubes.
Solve the basic subtraction problems by drawing counters in the space provided and circling the counters to make up the minuend.
Players take turns rolling pairs of dice. They add the numbers together to find the sum. Player with the highest sum wins the round.
This worksheet provides a space for students to draw pictures to help them solve the subtraction problems.
Use scissors to cut these 36 cards out along the dotted lines. Match the basic addition problem to the matching domino card.
Add to calculate the number of counters of a tens chart. Determine which number has the greatest value. Solve word problems with illustrations.
This is a simple addition table that students can use for reference. Sums on the vertical and horizontal axis go up to 5.
This printable worksheet has 4 word problems with a picture model to help students solve the subtraction problem.
This set contains 65 flash cards and a sorting mat. There are 9 cards per page.
Help the butterfly find the flowers. Along the way, answer the addition facts with sums to ten.
In the 5th week of our daily word problem series, your students will add to find sums within 5, compare groups of objects, and determine the 1-digit number with the largest value.
Students will use their knowledge of basic math facts to balance the scales on this worksheet. For example: 4 and 3 on one side of the scale will equal 7 on the other side of the scale.
Find a pair of numbers that make ten, using a tens chart. Count bundles of dowel rods by tens. Count the sides on a hexagon. Add and subtract.
This is a fun, single-player game to play with dice. Your student will roll two dice and write the numbers in the boxes (larger number first) and solve the subtraction problem.
Determine who has more and who has less. Use illustrations to subtract coins. Identify a rectangle and count the sides. Count to 70 by 10s.
Solve basic addition problems and color the areas based on the sum. The picture will reveal a cute fox.
Add the dots on the dominoes. Write each sum.
Solve and color in this mystery picture according to the key to reveal a sunny beach with colorful seashells.
Use the dominoes to make and solve these basic addition problems.
On these word problems, students will count the number of sides on a polygon, add pencils, and add bundles of sticks by skip counting.
Players take turns rolling a pair of dice. After each roll, the player subtracts the smaller number from the larger number. The player with the greatest difference wins the round. All minuends and answers are 10 or less.
Using pictures of fruit as a visual aid, student will solve these four basic subtraction problems.
Read each word problem (addition story). Draw a picture to solve. Write a number sentence (equation) for each.
Solve the basic math problems in the picture. Use the answers to find what color each space should be and reveal a beach scene.
Skills include counting, tracing, and writing numbers to ten. Students also add numbers with sums up to 10 using visual models. There are also questions related to more/less and longer/shorter.
Solve the basic math facts on this worksheet and color each section according to the key at the bottom. The completed worksheet will reveal a rocket ship in space.
Solve the basic math facts on this page and then color by number to reveal a colorful sailboat.
Compare using the words most and fewest as well as tallest and shortest. Add using pictures of beads and unifix snap cubes. Subtract using pictures of fish.
This printable worksheet is a fun way for students to practice their basic addition facts. Solve the addition problems and color the space based on the sum to reveal a robot.
This worksheet has pictures of red and white counters. Add to find the sums.
Students will solve the basic addition problems and color in the spaces to reveal school supplies and an apple on a desk.
Cut apart the stars into 30 pieces. Have your students combine matching sums and numbers together to form stars.
Cut out the numbers (sums) on the bottom of the page. Match each sum with the correct addition fact. Glue the sums in the correct boxes.
Solve two very basic subtraction problems with illustrations: (3-1=2) and (4-2=2). Add counters on a ten frame. Identify a trapezoid and count its sides.
Use the pictures of counters to help you solve the basic subtraction problems.
On this worksheet, students will determine how many counters are missing from the problem and draw them in to complete the subtraction problem.
Draw a picture to solve each of these four word problems. Then write a number sentence for each.
This printable has a set of 30 bingo boards and 42 calling cards with basic addition facts to call out.
Count, trace, and write numbers 11-15. Subtract numbers using illustrations. Identify basic shapes. Compare single-digit numbers.
For each picture, tell how many more counters are needed to make ten.
Add the counters shown on the ten frames and write the sum.
Write two addition and two subtraction facts shown by each double ten frame.
Find the pairs of numbers in each row that have a sum of 10.
How many more counters are needed to make 20 in each group?
Write four math facts shown by each ten frame.
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