# Lesson Worksheet: Addition Equations Mathematics • Kindergarten

In this worksheet, we will practice reading, writing, and modeling addition equations with numbers up to 10.

**Q4: **

In a toy box, there are 5 bears and 4 rabbits. In total, there are 9 stuffed toys.

Find the missing number: .

**Q5: **

Let us think about when things are equal.

When we add 6 dots and 4 dots, we get 10 dots.

We show this by writing the equal sign between the expressions.

Select the picture where we can write the equal sign in the empty box.

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**Q6: **

Let us think about when things are equal to 8.

Notice that 4 plus 4 is **equal to** 8.

We show this by writing the **equal sign** between the expressions. So, .

Find another sum that is equal to 8.

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**Q7: **

Pick the missing symbol.

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**Q8: **

Look at the blocks. What number is missing?

**Q10: **

Find the matching number sentence for the following:

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**Q11: **

Find the picture that matches .

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**Q12: **

Find the picture that matches .

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**Q13: **

Find the missing number.

**Q14: **

Pick the missing symbol so that the equation describes the total number of counters.

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**Q15: **

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

**Q18: **

Write an addition equation for the following:

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**Q19: **

Write an addition equation that matches the given model.

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**Q20: **

Write an addition equation that matches the following:

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**Q21: **

Who is correct?

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- BMatthew

**Q22: **

Michael wants to add together the two groups of balls.

How many balls are there in total?