Use this "bear fact families" blank to work on any fact families with the kids. Write three numbers on the tulips and then ask the children to write the 4 number sentences that make up the fact family on the bear's tummy.
Help the kids learn about fact families with this fun collection of printables and worksheets covering (so far) addition and subtraction fact families up to 10 and up to 20.
Learn about fact families up to 10 with the help of these lovely bears! There are 4 worksheets in this set, giving 12 problems for the kids to tackle. On each worksheet we've started them off on the first bear.
Practise fact families up to 20 with the help of these delightful bears! We've provided the numbers and a little prompting, and there's space on the bear's tummies to write out the number sentences for each fact family.
Count the spots on the neck, tail and back of the dinosaur, then use the results to write the 4 fact family number sentences. There's nothing like a friendly dinosaur to help with some maths! There are 8 worksheets in this pack, featuring the following fact families:
There are 2 fact family problems on each of these 5 worksheets, giving 10 lots of fact family practice (up to 20) in total. Count the spots on the dinosaur and then write the 4 fact family number sentences next to it.
Here's a fun printable to liven up your fact family work. Start by writing the 3 numbers you are working with on the roof, then write the number sentences below. If you laminate the sheet you will be able to use it repeatedly.
These colourful posters can be laminated and used as mats or put up on display to remind children of their fact families. We included some cute animals to keep them interested!
Use this fact family triangle printout for fact family practice. We designed it to be printed onto card and laminated. Then use a white board marker to write a fact family onto the points of the triangle, and ask the children to fill in the number sentences.
These simple worksheets provide 3 numbers and ask the children to write out 2 addition facts and 2 subtraction facts for each set - in other words, the fact family. There are 4 worksheets in total, available in UK and US school fonts.
Here is a set of 4 worksheets designed to give children plenty of practice with fact families between 11 and 20. The more they practise, the more they understand!
You can print this "make a fact family" mat onto white or coloured paper and laminate it for repeat use with dry wipe markers if you wish. Write 3 numbers on the children's T-shirts and then ask the children to write out the fact family in the spaces below.
There are 75 mats in this pack so you may want to print at a time, picking and choosing appropriate number bonds / fact families for the kids to work on. Use beads or other small objects to count out the facts using the circles on the mats if necessary.