Whether you are talking about simple addition, finding the total, sum or adding one or ten more, the addition section covers partitioning, through to the standard compact method. Plenty to keep them busy.
Good simple activity for R or possibly early Y1. Could be used at the end of a lesson on the interactive white board by the whole class as a quick quiz.
A great competitive game. Blow your opponent's submarine to smitherines - only if you can add 10. Take cover and prepare yourself for a great game.
Give this machine a go, it adds 10 to whatever you type in. Remember to press the enter after you have done so.
We love this as it features a hundred square. Each response is timed to encourage speed. Great.
Enter a number and press enter. Whoolah! Lovely.
You must have the Flash plugin for this site to work.
This wonderful games encourages children to use their bonds and add two or more numbers together to make a target. The Target number is never greater than 20. It's a great whiteboard activity. Pages contain some rather diverting adverts but nothing inappropriate.
Add numbers less than 10,20,50,200. It's a great resource that gives the teacher lots of control. This Toftwood activity shows a number line that you can customise by typing in the starting number.
You are asked to total 10 by picking up numbers which will add to ten altogether, but don't go over 10!
If you are using numbers not greater than 10, and wish to add them, this funky mummy could be just the game to make them laugh their bandages off.
Great for partitioning too. Simple game using numbers under 20.
The answers are in the grid - you need to click on them to fill in the gaps. ie *+*=11.
The answers are in the grid - you need to click on them to fill in the gaps. ie *+*=71
The answers are in the grid - you need to click on them to fill in the gaps. ie *+*=96.
Adding numbers under 10, 20 or 100 will be easy wit this very simple machine. Difficulty levels work well.
A lovely demonstration with apparatus. You choose the numbers and the animation demonstrates.
You'll find sum of everything here! Designed for rapid recall, if you don't answer quick enough the questions move on. We got questions like.....1x3, 93-13, 82+1, 5x5.
A super activity for developing discussion. You are asked to click on two numbers to make the total. Low numbers are given like ?+?=8.
Choose to solve questions with numbers 0-20, 0-50 or 0-100 using Addition/Subtraction. Get the monkey across the swamp without being eaten by crocodiles! Available as full-screen or small-screen.
Use these lovely triangular cards to practise bonds to 10, 20, 100 and 10 (one decimal place).
Supports a range of maths skills, make the sums on the scales balance. Super! From Wmnet.
A tricky old activity - grab the steering wheel and make slight movements to drive your car and hit the target number by adding 1,2 or taking away 1.
Type in 80 then work out which compliment you should use ie 30 and 50. Great for morning maths or when teaching addition.
No promotion jokes please. This is a great resource to develop quick fire responses to simple add and subtract sums. We didn't find any sums with double digits in. There are 4 levels - best to have a play - start with level 1 as responses need to be seriously fast - just like your promotional journey to the top.
From TU add TU all the way up to TU.th+TU.th+TU.th. And everything you could ask for in between.
Add, subtract, divide and multiply to hit the target number. Letters are also generated to support Literacy lessons and spelling. A great way to start the day in a different and challenging way each morning.
We love this game - use the help first though. We needed to. It encourages children to think about the number they need to get them to the next ten. So if you start from 34 - type in 6. This gets you to the next ten. Great.
Simple set of questions - TU+TU with the chance to write the various stages of the answer, then check your working. Not a bad little idea.
Great for practising finding totals of 2 digit by 1 digit numbers. Great for KS2.
As it says on the tin. Rapid recall addition!
What a wonderful activity. Just add 5 in order to refuel the rockets. Great.
Click on the spots to encourage work on addition and subtraction by 1.
This activity is visually simple and requires little explanation. Could well be used effectively with a small group or as part of a mental starter. It starts with adding numbers on dice. So no more than a total of 6. It then moves on to using written numbers.
Requires the ShockWave plug-in from Adobe to work.
Practise addition sums against the clock. Very customisable e.g. you can select +1 and every sum includes a random number and always +1. Two levels of difficulty and based on a timer. Ideal for KS1 and lower KS2.
Practise against the clock - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division sums. Very customisable ie for addition you can select +1 and every sum includes a random number and always +1. Two levels of difficulty and based on a timer. This really is the site for any operation. Ideal for Ks1 and lower Ks2. Includes an option to throw in all operations or mixed multiplication and division or mixed addition and subtraction.,
Click on the sequence of possible numbers given to make the number sentence correct. Includes numbers as high as 100 or so, in different (selectable) levels.
Drag the missing number in. Two levels to choose from. Level 1 starts with sums like 12+60=
Phew, loads here includes Bonds to; 1 (1 decimal place and 2dp), make 10 (1dp, 1) , make 20, make 100 (TU, multiples of 5s and 10s), Includes bonds within 100,20 and 10. Great for subtraction and addition work. What a super resource from Wmnet.
A great activity. Type the answers in, for example 3+?=5.
If you want them to add to 10, this has to be the website for you. Match two numbers that total 10.
Make techno tortoise move forward 1,5,10 or back on the number line. The jumps are drawn on to show movement. Great.
Generates large print addition and subtraction arithmetic with a range of coloured backdrops. Arithmetic is generated randomly with each button press to ensure repeatability.
Generate classic magic squares and magic squares with larger numbers. 4 to 6 gaps can be added and the background colours changed. Very slick and useful. Perfect homework material - mum and dad will want to help.
A bit like a magic square. But this one's in a triangular arrangement. Make each side total the same amount.
A great plenary for Ks2 and confident Ks1 children You are given number cards 2,8,4,1 and need to place them in a possible order *+*=**. Great from problem solving activities.
A mixed bag with the incentive to play te basketball game, ideal for lower Ks2.
Crack this safe by finding the numbers which total the given number. ie. turn the dials to find numbers that total 9.
You can now practise number bonds from 4-10. A super, very visual activity.
Type in the answer to find out if you can add low numbers together, e.g. add 1 etc.
The classic black jack - with a twist. Don't go over 11. Choose to stick or take another card and chance your luck - supports simple adding in Ks1 and promotes discussion - even good for probability.
Make sums of your choice, includes subtraction, multiplication and division too! Levels of difficulty vary.
Free Willy. Just connect the correct the pipe so water can flow into Willy's tank and he'll escape if you are right. Magical.
Word problems for addition, subtraction and division. Our first problem was; Evan went to 41 baseball games this year. He went to 27 games last year. How many baseball games did Evan go to altogether?
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