This game tests how well your child knows that the order that addition is done in has no impact on the outcome. A very important lesson. Based on a train theme, the child is helped with a pictorial representation of the numbers.
Test how well your child knows that addition can be done in any order without a change to the answer. Based on a car theme, the child is helped with a pictorial representation of the numbers.
Adding three number can be tricky at first, this maths game helps by giving you pictures of soldiers representing the numbers.
Add three small numbers together and enter the answer. With an alien number line below the question to give assistance.
It's shopping time and we are adding two numbers together up to a total of 10. You'll get 10 questions, see how many you can get right.
Test how well your child can add two numbers up to a total of 10. Based on a dolphin and pool theme, the child will get 10 questions to show their knowledge.
Adding 9 to a number can be quite tricky as you are always crossing the 10s boundary but if you have a technique then you should have no problems with this game.
A number line from 0 to 20 is a great help with adding numbers that cross the tens boundary.
These can be worked out by adding on from the first number, or subtracting the first number from the answer! Use the number line to help count on or back.
This time it is the first number in the addition number sentence that we are looking for. Subtract from the answer by counting back on the number line to reach the number you need.
Adding a single digit to a teen number is easy with the help of a number line. Don't forget you can view your answers after 10 questions.
Slightly harder as all the answers will come to at least 20. Fortunately, the number line now goes up to 30.
Really get used to those teen numbers by adding a single digit to 10.
Use the number line to add a single digit to 20.
More practice at adding a single digit to 10, but no number line to help this time!
Find the third number to make the total 10. Add the first two numbers and then count on to 10 is one way of doing these.
Find the third number which will make a total of 10 when added to the other two. Lucky shoe number line to help.
Three numbers to choose to make the total; there are many possible correct answers, some easier than others.