Once your students have a solid understanding of the concept of addition, they can memorize specific facts. Learning about addition doubles is key to speeding up calculations needed in the coming years. Print our free addition doubles facts worksheets for extra practice with your students.

#### Double Dominos Worksheet

This is a free double domino worksheet for practicing basic math facts.

Students add the numbers on each butterfly wing. This is great practice for addition double.

Here is another addition doubles worksheet you can use to teach your students.

## Addition Doubles with Ten Frames

Students draw circles (or use a Q-tip and paint) to represent the double addends, then write the answer in the box.

Students draw circles (or use a Q-tip and paint) to represent the double addends, then write the answer in the box.

Students draw circles (or use a Q-tip and paint) to represent the double addends, then write the answer in the box.

Students read the number on the ladybug and figure out which added was doubled to make the sum. Students draw dots on each side to represent the equation.

Students use the number of flower petals to determine the addition doubles equation. Each equation is written below.

Students use the number of watermelon seeds to determine the addition doubles equation. Each equation is written below.

## Addition Doubles + 1 Worksheets

Once your student has a solid understanding of addition doubles, they can easily work in memorizing addition doubles +1. These logic worksheets are helpful to expand addition memorization facts.

Free Addition Doubles plus one worksheet. Students build on their addition doubles facts by adding one more to each equation.

Free Addition Doubles plus one worksheet. Students build on their addition doubles facts by adding one more to each equation.

Free Addition Doubles plus one worksheet. Students build on their addition doubles facts by adding one more to each equation.

• Joanne

Thank you so much for these worksheets. They were exactly what I was looking for for my first and second graders!

April 29, 2021 at 7:30 am
• Renee

Fantastic resources! Thank you for making them available to teachers!!

May 21, 2021 at 10:30 am
• Carron Aldridge

These are great. The closest I’ve found to replicating the mental strategy. Thank you. The visual ones are great also. Particularly the dice ones which reinforce recognition rather than counting.

June 7, 2021 at 2:45 am
• Kelly

I’m in the UK, I find the American way much easier to teach than over here. This has been invaluable for my daughter who struggles with maths.

October 26, 2021 at 1:30 am
• Stecy

This is exactly what I was looking for my first grader. Thank you so very much.

May 27, 2022 at 4:26 pm
• Catherine

Thank you for sharing these wonderfully accessible materials.

March 24, 2023 at 4:39 pm