# Adding up to 20 Without Pictures (1)

In this worksheet, students must add two numbers up to 20 including zero without the use of pictures or number lines.

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Number: Addition and Subtraction

Curriculum subtopic:   Add and Subtract to 20

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

Example 1

9 + 3

Start with the bigger number, which is 9, and count on 3 more numbers.

9   10   11   12

The answer is 12.

Example 2

7 + 11

Start with the bigger number, which is 11, and count on 7 more numbers.

11   12   13   14   15   16   17   18

The answer is 18.

5 + 2

7 + 3

9 + 3

3 + 6

7 + 6

7 + 9

0 + 14

14 + 6

8 + 11

4 + 13

• Question 1

5 + 2

7
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 5,
and count on 2 more numbers.

5   6   7

• Question 2

7 + 3

10
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 7,
and count on 3 more numbers.

7   8   9  10

• Question 3

9 + 3

12
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 9,
and count on 3 more numbers.

9   10   11  12

• Question 4

3 + 6

9
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 6,
and count on 3 more numbers.

6   7   8    9

• Question 5

7 + 6

13
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 7,
and count on 6 more numbers.

7   8   9   10   11   12   13

• Question 6

7 + 9

16
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 9,
and count on 7 more numbers.

9   10   11   12   13   14  15   16

• Question 7

0 + 14

14
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 14,
and count on no more numbers.

14

• Question 8

14 + 6

20
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 14,
and count on 6 more numbers.

14   15   16   17   18   19   20

• Question 9

8 + 11

19
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 11,
and count on 8 more numbers.

11   12   13   14   15   16  17  18   19

• Question 10

4 + 13

17
EDDIE SAYS
Start with the bigger number, which is 13,
and count on 4 more numbers.

13   14   15  16   17

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