An equation is a mathematical expression with two sides separated by an equal sign. **2 + 4 = 6** is an example of an equation. The left-hand side of the equation is 2 + 4 before the equal to (=) sign – and the right-hand side is 6 after the equal to (=) sign.

For a balanced equation, a left-hand side (LHS) should always equal the right-hand side (RHS).

In this post, you will find practice worksheets for math equations. For these, you have to pick two numbers that equal the number on the right-hand side of the equation.

You can use a number line to choose the numbers to make an equation. Teachers and homeschool parents can use these to improve kindergarten and higher graders’ math skills.

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## Balancing equations for kindergarten and grade one

Practice math equations through addition for numbers 3, 4, 5, and 6.

Subtraction Math equations for numbers 3, 4, 5, 6.

Math Equation for number 8

Balance math equation for number 9.

Addition and Subtraction Math equation worksheet for number 10.

Math equation for number 10

Practice **Balancing equation for number **15

**Balance equation for number 20**