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## Thursday, December 20, 2012

### FREE Primary Math Printables

Very simple worksheets, designed to practice fact families and sums adding up to 8, 9, and 10 in your homeschool.  My kiddo happens to love to add his own drawings to his math work, so these are unadorned (and therefore, cheap to print with no distractions).

Here’s how we use them.  I laminate the fact family sheets.  Peter uses two different colored 1” tiles to represent each of the smaller parts and fills in the numbers with a dry erase marker.  You could also use coins, counters, or color the squares.

Download the Tens Worksheet, Nines Worksheet, or Eights Worksheet.  They each use the same format, just with a  different  whole, so the nines and eights have nine and eight squares, respectively.

The “Different Tens (or Nines or Eights)” worksheets are for practicing adding different parts together to get the same whole.  They can be used as whole sheets or split in half (as shown in the pic).  Your child can then color in one of the parts (or both parts in different colors) adding up to the whole.  You might fill in one of the parts in the number sentence for them, or have them choose their own.

Download the Different Tens, Different Nines, or Different Eights worksheet.  The format for each is the same, just with the different sum total and the corresponding number of squares.

Let me know how you like them!

1. Thank you for sharing this post! These printables can be used with any small manipulatives.

2. Yep, Lego bricks would be fun, or beads or even edibles like cereal or candies.

3. just what I needed! Thank you so much!

Jenn

4. Happy to help!

5. Thank you so much for sharing these! Printing them for our first grader!

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