Give the kids plenty of practice with number bonds to 10, relating them to simple addition sums at the same time.
Number Bond Printables
Number bonds are an essential skill for younger children and a stepping stone for later addition and subtraction - as well as being very useful in everyday maths! Here is our collection of all our Number Bond printables. You may also like to explore our ideas for teaching and practising early Number Bonds here.
Practice early addition sums up to 5 using a number bond model and writing the sum underneath. We've included 2 simple number stories to try, too.
This set of 5 simple posters is designed to be looked at and read through with your children. Look at the pictures and count each set. Read the words underneath as you do.
Here's another set of 4 worksheets practising addition with number bonds, up to 5 only. In this set we ask the children to fill in the missing numbers on both the number bond model and the equation, then draw a picture showing the total.
Count the pictures, fill in the numbers in our number bond model and then write the sums too. There's lots more addition practice up to 10 in this set of 4 worksheets.
This set of 4 worksheets using number bonds for addition is the first to introduce the concept that both 4 + 5 and 5 + 4 make 9.
Here is our complete set of rainbow number bond worksheets, starting at 5 and working up to 10. Download them in zip format and then extract.
Children need to identify the 11 balloons on this worksheet that carry number bonds to 10 and colour them in. Fun!
Used to help children understand and learn number bonds, this printable comes in colour or black and white (which can be printed onto coloured card, if you wish). Take any number of counters from 2 to 10 (5 is a good number to start with) and place them in the WHOLE section.
Print out this lovely set of cars onto card and cut out the pieces. We've kept the outline nice and simple to make it a relatively easy job. Can the children match up the cars to make 10?
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.
These colourful flower number bond posters will look great displayed around the classroom, or you could test the children on their number bonds by covering 'petals' and asking the kids for the missing answer.
Can the children fill in the missing numbers so the numbers on the petals add up correctly? You might like to use these worksheets form number bonds from 5 to 10 alongside our flower number bond posters.
These flower number bond worksheets are great for helping kids practise and develop essential number bond skills. This pack has a worksheet for number bonds from 5 to 10, and you can use it alongside our flower number bo
Print our I Can Make Number Bonds mat onto white or coloured card and laminate if you wish for repeat use. Use it with a collection of small objects, counters or snap cubes to help children work out how larger numbers can be broken into smaller parts - in other words, number bonds.
This colourful poster illustrates all the number bonds to 10 on the string of a kite! Perfect for printing and displaying in the classroom, or you could use it on a whiteboard.
Practice number bonds to 10 with the help of this fun kite worksheet - then colour it in too if you like!
Here's a fun poster to help practise number bonds with the kids. Each bow on the string of the kite has two numbers that add together to make the number 5 at the top of the kite.
This fun kite worksheet will make practising number bonds to 5 enjoyable for the kids! Fill in the missing numbers, then colour in the kite too if you like...
Print and display this colourful kite number bonds poster to help the children learn their number bonds up to 6, or you could laminate it to make a reusable mat...
Can the children work out which numbers add up to 6 and fill in the blanks on the bows of the kite string?
This bright and breezy kite poster will make learning number bonds to 7 fun! Perfect for printing and displaying on the classroom wall, or for use on a whiteboard.
Number bonds are an essential skill for younger children, and our colourful printables make learning them much more fun! This poster displays number bonds to 8 on a pretty kite - perfect for printing and displaying around the classroom, or use on the whiteboard.
Ask the children to fill in the blanks on each bow of the kite to make the sums add up to 8 - a fun way to practise number bonds!
Here's a fun way to teach the children number bonds up to 9! Print this bright and cheerful kite number bonds poster and put up on a classroom wall, or display on the whiteboard for a class activity.
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.
This set of mix and match cards - a 17 page pdf file - covers all the maths facts up to 10. We've designed it so that you can use it to make quick double-sided flash cards.
Help the kids get to grips with number bonds with this set of 4 fun worksheets. We provide 2 of the numbers and ask the children to fill in the 3rd. And there's an extra little challenge on each worksheet, too.
This set of posters shows us building towers of snap cubes to illustrate number bonds from 3 to 10. Use them to prompt your own tower building, or for reference in the classroom perhaps.
We've provided towers of snap cubes for the kids to colour, and the number bond "sums" to help them do it. Now all they need to do is grab 2 colours and work their way through, learning (or revising) their number bonds as they go.
These useful number bond cards come in colour or black and white and can be used to help children learn their number bonds to 10, addition within 10, subtraction within 10 and fact families.
Use these recording sheets with the kids to write down the various number bonds you have found with your home-made number bracelets. Get the kids to draw the various combinations of beads on the bracelets and then write the equations below.
We've done 2 sizes, 2 colours and 1 black and white of our number bond owls, for use in your number bond / addition work. Cut out and laminate if you wish, although it's not necessary. Then use with counters or beads.
Print and cut out these cards and get the kids to put them back together again so that each owl adds up to 5. We have colour and black and white versions (these look great printed onto coloured card) and UK and US school fonts.
Available in colour or black and white (print onto coloured card for a fun effect), these owl number bond cards are cut in half for the children to count and put back together again.
Tehre are 21 posters in this set of rainbow number bonds posters to 20, ready to print out or use on the white board. The lovely rainbow illustration is colourful and cute. We have a corresponding worksheet, too.
This 6-page pdf file illustrates all the number bonds to 5 in lovely rainbow format. These would look lovely on display in the classroom, and would be fun to click through on the whiteboard, too. We have a matching worksheet, too.
Fill in the blanks on each cloud to make the sums add up to 7 - and that's what number bonds are all about!
What adds up to 9? If the kids can work that out and fill in the blanks, they will be on top of number bonds to 9...
Here is a simple page of blank black and white ten towers to print and cut out. Laminate for repeat use or stick them into a workbook. Alternatively cut the whole block of ten towers out or just turn the page and use them for counting and number activities.