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# One More or One Less Worksheets

Take advantage of this collection of one more or one less worksheets designed to make counting and simple addition and subtraction a lot easier for kids in kindergarten and grade 1. Focusing on the concept "one more than" and "one less than", which is nothing but + 1 and - 1 math problems, these pdfs cover exercises like finding one more than with pictures, choosing one less than with pictures, counting and writing one more and one less, a cut and glue activity, and many more. Try our free worksheets and feel the difference.

Finding One More Than with Pictures

Get kindergarten kids hooked to counting sets of objects and finding which set has one more object than the set in the question. Visualize the addition of one, and also master number sequencing with these counting one more worksheets.

Choosing One Less Than with Pictures

If you're looking for worksheets to teach subtraction of one with images, we've got the perfect counting one less pdfs for you. Count the number of objects; subtract one from each set. Choose the set that has less than one.

Counting and Writing One More and One Less

Write one more/one less than the given number of objects between 1 and 20 with our grade 1 worksheets. Count the number of objects in each set. Add 1 when you find one more; take away 1 while finding one less.

Understand the connection between counting and the arithmetic operations of addition and subtraction with our one more one less pdfs. Circle the number that's one more in part A; choose the number that's one less in part B.

Direct first grade kids to find one number more and one number less than numbers up to 99 in this 3-part printable worksheet. Fill in and choose the correct options in the next 2 sections.

Grown weary of practice? Lighten up with our printable worksheets! Count the number of shapes in each box; draw one shape less on the left and one shape more on the right. An excellent resource for learning shapes, too.

Identify the set of objects on the cut sheet as one more or one less than the given set in the question, by counting on or back by one and gluing the appropriate picture in the space provided.

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