LEGO Addition Cards

Activity for ages 4 to 6.

Whether you’re looking for a hands-on way to practice addition or you need a fun LEGO activity for kids, these free LEGO addition cards are sure to be a hit. Just print the cards, grab some LEGOS, and you’re ready to step up the cool math factor.

P.S. Be sure to hop over and snag our addition write and wipe cards too!

Free LEGO Addition CardsGetting Ready

To prep, I printed the LEGO addition cards {HERE} on cardstock to give them extra durability. Then I cut them apart and grabbed our bin of LEGO DUPLOS. {Regular LEGOS would work well too.}

LEGO Addition Cards

Big Brother {age 5.5} has been practicing addition for a little while now so he knew just what to do when he saw the cards. He eagerly grabbed one from the stack and started building the number on top: three reds.

Free Addition Cards for KidsThen he pulled out one light blue and stuck it on the end. “That’s four all together,” he announced proudly.

He put aside the card and LEGO tower and pulled out his next card.

LEGO Addition Cards

One addition card after another, he happily built and solved his pile of math facts.

Grab Your Set

Join in the fun! Click the blue download button below to snag your free set of LEGO addition cards. Then hop over and pick up our subtraction write and wipe cards! There’s an addition pack too!

Awesome LEGO subtraction cards. Roll the die, cross of the LEGOS and write the equation. Love the hands-on piece!Popcorn write and wipe addition cards!

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  1. Alissa Dimov

    Thank you for creating this, and so generously giving it for free 🙂

    • Ashley

      You are so welcome, Alissa!
      Ashley // Happiness Ambassador

    • Ashley

      De nada 🙂



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