If your student is still having difficulties in adding and subtracting, then it’s the time to teach and introduce them into fact families. Counting using fingers takes time, and learning fact families allow your child to begin adding and subtracting in his head.

This method of counting saves them time and will effectively help them to move up to higher math skill. The fact families worksheets are provided in the following images below.

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These Fact Family Worksheets are perfect for practicing how to build the fact family sets for the given numbers for addition and subtraction as well as multiplication and division in the future. Save and print this collection of printable fact family worksheets for testing children in their ability to build fact families based on their understanding of number relationship. Printable number family worksheets for addition and subtraction facts are also available below.

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By having teachers or parents teaching about the relationships of numbers, children or students can gain a better of understanding of how addition and subtraction work together. In the future, they will also be able to study and see the relationship between multiplication and division. This fact family activity sheet gives your children the opportunity to show how much they’ve learned about numbers relationship.

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Learning about fact families can increase the speed at which your child is able to complete addition and subtraction problems. Print these worksheets for your kids to help setting the stage for learning about multiplication fact families later on!