Addition Activities

Learning to add is a lot more fun with cool addition activities. This page of our website is for you to share addition games that you have enjoyed at home or in math class! Scroll down to see adding games teachers, parents and students have shared!


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Do you have a favorite addition game or games that has worked well for your child or students? Why not share it with our visitors.....


addition activities Play Ice Cream Addition: Here's a math game to keep you and your child school cool during this hot summer. All you need is dice, the ice cream worksheet, and some crayons! Roll the dice, add up the terms, and color in all the pieces of your ice cream cone to win.



Speed Grid Addition: Speed Grid Addition is a one player game against the clock! Select the number of questions and the amount of time and you are ready to go.

Using addition games is one of the best ways to get kids to have fun learning math. You can find addition and subtraction games and of course all of your math game needs here on our site. If you have any activities for addition that you have used at home or in the classroom, you can share with our visitors below.

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Addition Activities
Forehead Fun!
 
Requires 3 or more players. This is a good game as you can play anywhere, the car, the kitchen, the backyard. 1, or 2 decks of regular playing cards. …

Grab and Add 
Suggested Grades: 1-3 Objective: Students will practice their addition skills through this game. Materials: * 10 bingo chips * …

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