# Number Bond Worksheets

After exploring number bonds with your students, you can continue the practice with this free set of number bond worksheets.

This free set of worksheets will be a good way to add paper and pencil practice to your skill review.

This is another resource for teachers and homeschool families from The Curriculum Corner.

## Working on number bonds

If you aren’t familiar with what number bonds are, start here!

Number bonds are a way that helps students visualize math facts.

They will show students that two numbers “bond” together to form a sum.

If you are looking for some math center work for students to use when practicing this skill, try this Number Bond Card Sort. This will offer your children an interactive activity for practice. This is always helpful before paper and pencil practice.

When working on number bonds, students are looking for the missing number.

They might be given two numbers that are added together to find the sum.

Or, they could be given one addend plus the sum. Students will need to subtract the addend from the sum to find the missing number.

## About these number bond worksheets

The pages are divided into sums to 5, sums to 10 and then sums to 20.

You will also find pages that are more open-ended. Students will be given one number. They will then determine a pair of numbers that could be correct. These will have more than one possible answer.

Finally, there is a blank template. You can use this to create your own number bond practice pages.