# Free Addition Flashcards: 1 to 10

These free addition flashcards are a great way to work on addition math facts. I love that these come in different colors to help kids have flashcards that are in their favorite colors.

You have addition from 1 to 10 in the set. These are very easy to print and use.

Everyone has loved the different colors that you can use. Plus easy to find and print when you need them.

We have included links to some of the products and resources we have used with this activity. If you purchase via the links we may earn a small commission.

Addition is adding one group of items to another group of items. This is adding 2 and 3 to get five. It would looked like 2 + 3 = 5.

Addition math facts are one of the first things that kids learn. It is a skill that you build on from counting.

There are 8 cards on one page. They are in order from 1 to 10. They show all the ways to add to that number.

There are 5 color options for the flashcards. You have white, red, blue, green, and pink. The colors let you pick what you want to use.

I recommend printing them on cardstock and laminatingto help them last longer.

## Things to use with the Addition Flashcards

I always get asked what items I use with the printables. So here is an easy list of items you can find use and links on Amazon for some of them.

## Ways to use the Addition Flashcards

There are many ways to use the addition flashcards. I like that you can be flexible about how you use them.

### Print Addition Flashcards on Colored Cardstock

One of my favorite parts about the white version of the addition flashcards is that I can print them on colored cardstock and put them on a rings.

### Build the Addition Equation with Unfix Cubes

You can use two colors of unifix cubes to work on the cards. You can use two of them should be able to do all the card combinations.

You use the two colors to make the numbers on the card. Then you can count the colors to see the answer.

### Build the Addition Equation with Mini Eraser

I love that all year you can find fun mini erasers in different places. We love to grab ours at Target.

You can see how we used two different erasers to make the equation.

You can also use these addition flashcards on several of the addition mats on the site. You can see how you can use the card on the mat. It is another way to use the cards.

Keep in mind there is never just one way to use math flashcards! You can have fun with them.

## What you will find in the Free Addition Flashcards: 1 to 10

• Addition equations from 1 to 10
• All the ways to add up to each number
• 8 flashcards on each page
• 5 Color options: white, red, pink, green and blue
• 10 pages for each color

## Check out these other Math Addition Printables

Addition Bookmarks is a great way to see how to add up to a nubmer. You can also get a set that has a different version in the selling set.

Ways to Add with Flashcards and Erasers is a hands-on approach to using flashcards.

Addition Wall Cards: 1 to 20 is a simple way to add up to numbers from 1 to 20.

Addition Flashcards for 11-20 comes in five color options for you to pick from. They are the same colors as the 1 to 10 cards.

Addition 1 to 10 Playdough Mats has a page for each nubmer to work on adding up to that number with a number line math equations and spots for building the numbers.

Gumball Themed: Hands-on Math has an addition mat for kids to use to add.

Check out all the fun Addition Printables & Activities on 3 Dinosaurs.

Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she makes. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She loves to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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### 2 Responses to Free Addition Flashcards: 1 to 10

1. Mary says:

Hi! When I go to print these, it says that the author has disabled printing?

• Cassie says:

Hi, all the files on the site are available for printing. You need to make sure you are opening the files only in Adobe Acrobat Reader. Any other viewers will not read the files the same. If you have the file open in the adobe reader then try to print. I did check and printing is allowed on the file.

You are read more suggestions for printing below:

https://www.3dinosaurs.com/wordpress/index.php/printables-help-and-errors/

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