Lesson Worksheet: Representing and Writing Numerical Sentences Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice representing addition and subtraction sentences using models, words, and numbers.


Pick the equation that is the same as 3 plus 1 = 4.

  • A3+1=4
  • B31=4
  • C3=1=4


Write an addition equation that matches the given model.

  • A11=8+3
  • B7=2+5
  • C3=8+5
  • D8=5+3


Write an addition equation for the following:

  • A7=5+2
  • B5=7+2
  • C2=7+5
  • D8=6+2


Select the right model that represents the equation “1+3 is 4.”

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D


Abeer has 2 red cars and Omar has 3 blue cars.

How many cars are there?

Find the matching number sentence.

  • A3+3=6
  • B1+1=2
  • C2+3=5
  • D3+4=7
  • E1+2=3


Find the picture that matches 5+2=7.

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E


Find the matching number sentence for the following:

  • A6+2=8
  • B5+2=7
  • C4+2=6
  • D5+3=8
  • E7+2=9


What is 3+5?

  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E


Maryam has 1 rubber duck and 3 rubber balls. In total, there are 4 rubber toys in her bath. What is the missing number?


Find the missing number.

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