Worksheet: Adding Numbers up to 10

In this worksheet, we will practice solving addition problems by finding the total when putting together two groups of objects and modeling the calculation with counters, a picture, or an equation.

Q1:

Three boys and four girls stand in a circle. How many children are in the circle?

Q2:

A boy caught 4 fish, and his brother caught 1 fish. How many fish do they have?

Q3:

Fares sold 2 ham sandwiches and 2 cheese sandwiches. How many sandwiches did he sell in total?

Q4:

A girl has 2 Arabic books and 2 English books. How many books does she have in total?

Q5:

A person has 2 white puppies, 2 brown cats, and 7 black puppies. How many puppies do they have?

Q6:

There are 3 black sheep and 5 white sheep in a field. How many sheep are in the field?

Q7:

A child had 4 balloons. They buy 1 more. How many balloons do they have?

Q8:

5 children were playing when they were joined by 4 more children. How many children are there in total?

Q9:

Amir bought crayons for 1 LE. He bought a book for 8 LE. How much did he pay in total?

Q10:

A child had 2 LE and was then given 3 LE. How much money does he have now?

Q11:

If Samar buys a magazine for 2 LE and a pen for 5 LE, determine how much she spent in total.

Q12:

A girl has 3 Arabic books and 5 English books. How many books does she have in total?

Q13:

Adam sold 7 ham sandwiches and 2 cheese sandwiches. How many sandwiches did he sell in total?

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