One bowl, two fish number bonds. Dr. Seuss inspired worksheets

In this article: Fun Dr. Seuss inspired number bonds worksheets!

In this set of Dr. Seuss inspired printable worksheets, your kindergarteners will practice decomposing numbers 5 and 10 in different ways. This coloring activity will help them better visualize the numbers.

Then they get to solve simple addition problems by using number pairs also known as number bonds.

One fish two fish - Fun Dr. Seuss math activities for kindergarten. Free printable number bonds and decomposing numbers to 10. #kindergarten #drseuss #worksheets

One bowl, two fish number bonds

This activity contains a total of five pages.

First children can practice decomposition of numbers 5 and 10.

By coloring the row of fish in different ways, they’ll become more familiar with how the numbers are built.

Then they will solve the given number bonds by filling in the missing numbers.

This is a fun math activity to accompany learning during the popular Dr. Seuss week. I hope your kids will enjoy it.

To download, simply click on the download link at the very bottom. Then save or print right away.


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One fish two fish - Fun Dr. Seuss math activities for kindergarten. Free printable number bonds and decomposing numbers to 10. #kindergarten #drseuss #worksheets
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Decomposing number 5

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Decomposing number 10

Print this page twice in order to cover all the different ways to decompose number ten.

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Please, remember these printable number bonds worksheets are for classroom or personal use only. Any redistribution or altering is not allowed without written permission first. Thank you!

11 thoughts on “One bowl, two fish number bonds. Dr. Seuss inspired worksheets”

  1. Kristina – generous lady! Thank you for these excellent, free kindergarten math practice sheets! I’m an old homeschool mom/grandma. All I learned from educating two special-needs kids, I’m now using for special-needs refugee children. I love FREE. Blessings on you! I’m sure you know your name means “follower of Christ/Christ-bearer.”

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