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Number Bonds to 8 Free Math Worksheets

With the goal of making math fun, here are some coloring worksheets for kids to learn the number bonds of 8. These number 8 worksheets are ideal for kindergarten and grade 1 students.

It’s part of a series of number bonds worksheets from zero to twenty. You can download the number bonds to 8 worksheets free below.

Math skills covered include learning:

  • writing the number 8
  • spelling the number 8 in words
  • showing 8 in a ten frame
  • is 8 even or odd?
  • numbers before and after 8 
  • number bonds to 8

To begin at the beginning of this series, go to the pre-lesson or the number zero.

Number 8 Worksheet

Our first number 8 coloring worksheet will have students learning the letters that spell the word “EIGHT”.

They will do this by coloring the wood planks that spell the number, and later by cutting and pasting the correct letters in order.

Free math printables. The Number 8. Learning Number Bonds and more. Fun for preschoolers, kindergarten & grade 1.

They will also get some practice writing the number 8, first by tracing it and then trying it themselves.

Learning Number Bonds of 8

Kids will be introduced to the number bonds of 8 with this coloring worksheet. They will use different colors to decompose 8 down into smaller units.

Free Math Printable. Number bonds of 8.

To help them with their understanding of the relationship between the total and the parts that make up the total, this next worksheet would be good. It will help them visually see the relationship between addition and subtraction.

Learning number bonds of 8 free math printable.

The questions can be answered orally and the answers are visible. So it would be suitable for kids even as young as preschool.

Number Bonds to 8 Coloring Worksheet

This coloring worksheet helps kids practice the number pairs of 8. It’s a math worksheet with a fun look.

Fun free math printable. Number bonds of 8 colouring page.

Number 8 Worksheet Review

This math activity page reviews everything number 8. There’s a bit of coloring, a bit of tracing, and a bit of cut and paste.

Primary school students will also get to solve some math problems by practicing the sums of 8 and figuring out the missing number in a subtraction equation.

Free printable. Number bonds of 8 math equations, 10 frame, odd or even, writing eight in words

Domino Number Bonds Worksheet

This domino coloring worksheet allows kids to practice the number bonds of 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. It’s a good review.

Free printable domino number bonds worksheet for kids.  A fun coloring math worksheet for kindergarten or grade 1 students to practice number Bonds of 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8. #math

Fun Worksheets

As always making these worksheets appeal to a child has been my aim.  With my daughter, I have succeeded.  I can give her the worksheets for the week and she will complete them on her own, at her own pace, without any prompting from me.

The other day she was playing outside in the snow while I was shovelling.  Without telling me, she went in the house, took her snowsuit off and sat down at her desk.  I went to see why she went in and she tells me “Oh I’m just doing my math.”  

It was hard to be mad at her for going in without telling me, when she is sitting there working away on math.

Free Printable

You can download the number bonds to 8 worksheets below. The 6 page pdf is free to download and print for your students.

If you don’t already have the letter tiles from previous lessons, you can download them again here.  They’re needed so your child can choose the correct letters that spell EIGHT to glue on the first page. 

The next number in our number bonds series is the number 9.

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Jessica

Saturday 28th of February 2015

I love these pages for my daughter to use! Thank you so much for linking up at Totally Terrific Tuesday! Pinned and shared! Jess

Kelly L

Monday 16th of February 2015

I somehow stumbled on your site last week. I LOVE the number study you have put together. Thank you so much! I have been collecting homeschool things for my son. He is only 2 1/2 and not ready for much. He would rather play with his trains and kick his soccer ball around the backyard. We are slowly starting though. I previously homeschooled my three daughters. They are now adults. I am staring all over and the curriculum I used with them (way back in the day) was so stuffy. I refuse to use that kind of curriculum again. I truly am thankful for people like you that share your talents. I am looking forward to what you do in the future. Again, many thanks and best wishes to you and your daughter!

Melanie

Tuesday 17th of February 2015

Thank you so much Kelly. You made my day :)