Addition Facts

Welcome to the Math Salamanders Printable Addition Flash Cards.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Addition Flashcards,
which will help your child learn their addition facts.

Using flashcards is a great way to learn your math facts.

They can be taken on a journey, played with in a game, or used in a spare five minutes daily until your child knows their facts off by heart.

There are two sets of cards for each set of facts, the first set contains only the facts, the second contains the facts and the answers.

The flashcards with the answers have been designed to be printed two-sided, so that the answer is on one side of the card and the fact is on the other.

Alternatively, you can print all the flashcards on separate sheets and stick the sheets together, then cut them to size.

Otherwise, you may also wish to keep the answer flashcards and the fact flashcards separate to play games like pairs.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- learn their addition facts.

The first set of flash cards contains all the addition facts from 1+0 to 10+0.
There are a total of 55 flashcards on 14 sheets.

The second set of flashcards contains all the facts plus the answers on the next page.
There is a total of 110 flashcards on 28 sheets.

The first set of flash cards contains a selection of addition facts up to 12+12.
There are a total of 55 flashcards on 14 sheets.

The second set of flashcards contains all the facts plus the answers on the next page.
There is a total of 110 flashcards on 28 sheets.

The first set of flash cards contains a selection of addition facts up to 20+20.
There are a total of 44 flashcards on 11 sheets.

The second set of flashcards contains all the facts plus the answers on the next page.
There is a total of 88 flashcards on 22 sheets.

The first set of flash cards contains a selection of addition facts up to 50+50.
There are a total of 44 flashcards on 11 sheets.

The second set of flashcards contains all the facts plus the answers on the next page.
There is a total of 88 flashcards on 22 sheets.

The first set of flash cards contains a selection of addition facts up to 100+100.
There are a total of 44 flashcards on 11 sheets.

The second set of flashcards contains all the facts plus the answers on the next page.
There is a total of 88 flashcards on 22 sheets.

Here you will find free addition fact worksheets to help your child learn and practice their addition facts.

Using these sheets will help your child to:

- Learn their addition facts to a range of different totals.

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