Addition

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What is Happening?

Excel spreadsheets that can be used to help children add 9, 11, 19 and 21.
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Addition Variable

A worksheet generator on which it is possible to change the variables (the red numbers at the top of the sheet) which will alter the range of the numbers in the sheet.
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Make 10 Game

Make 10 Game

Play this game to practise adding to ten.
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Visual Number Teaching Tools

Visual Number Teaching Tools

A set of sample pages from a resource which helps children who find number work difficult.
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Maxi-Sum

A challenging activity which requires you to find the greatest total from numbers in a grid.
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Numbooi

An addition game in which children have to make the largest number possible.
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Addition Worksheet 2

Add the items given on this useful worksheet.
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Addition Secret Trails

Addition Secret Trails

Five secret trails challenges aimed at different levels of ability.
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Instant Addition

Instant Addition

Impress your class with this wonderful 'magic trick' involving addition!
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Addition Word Problems

A set of word problems based on addition.
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The Magic Plus Machine

This fantastic Excel spreadsheet contains a machine which adds numbers together!
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Addition to 10, 100 and 1000 Grids

Addition to 10, 100 and 1000 Grids

Simple grids which children can refer to during their work on addition.
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Dartboard Addition

A fun dartboard activity, involving addition of simple two-digit numbers. Can be easily modified for different abilities / concepts.
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Five Minute Grid

Five Minute Grid

This activity can be used as a mental starter or an extension activity, to help children practise a range of Maths skills. Use a printed 10 x 5 grid:
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Tension

A clever addition game using play cards, which is easy to differentiate.