Year 1 is a fantastic year to watch the rapid progress your children will make with adding ‘in their heads’. At the end of Year 1 the 2014 Programme of Study expects children to recall and use addition facts to a total of 20.

They will know that addition can be done in any order, as well as writing simple number sentences (eg 2 + 3 = 5). With practical help they will also be able to add 1-digit to a 2-digit number as well as three 1-digit numbers. They will also use informal written notes to help them.

Confidence with these first steps is crucial to later success and the worksheets below will help achieve this.

There are all sorts of animals to add together on the farm today.

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The ducks help with adding two numbers up to a total of 20.

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Shoes and boots provide more practice at adding two numbers with totals up to 20.

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Work out the addition sums to match the balloons with the correct gorillas.

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The large trucks have a sum on them, but which of the small trucks has the correct answer?

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The robot is an 'add 4' machine. Any number that goes in comes out as four more.

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When adding two numbers it's nearly always a good idea to start with the largest number.

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Are these sums correct? Decide, then put a tick or a cross next to them, just like a teacher!

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Number lines to help with adding two numbers. Should be getting good at this by now!

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Remember the work with an abacus? Now is the time to add ten to numbers.

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That gorilla still hasn't worked out how to use his yo-yo. But he does know how to add ten!

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The big wheel of fortune is a good test of adding ten to numbers.

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Join pairs of cards which make ten. You can dplay this at home with real cards!

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Taking each row in turn, colour two numbers which add up to 10.

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This makes a change. We give you the numbers and you make up a story.

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Play this game with a partner to help with numbers that make 10.

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Answer these addition questions as quickly as possible to see just how brainy you are!

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More quickfire questions on 1-digit addition.

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Straightforward addition grids to complete: single digits only.

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Knowing one fact often means you can know several other facts.

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Try filling in these addition grids: single digits added to whole tens.

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Plenty of practice here on adding two 1-digit numbers.

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Try completing the number sentences. There is a number line to help.

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An addition game for 2 players. Great fun!

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Add three small numbers, with totals up to 10.

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Fill in the missing numbers to make the number sentences correct. All to do with adding 3 numbers to make 10.

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Add 10 to 2-digit numbers, with the help of a 100 square.

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Help Freddie find as many ways as he can of making 10, using 3 hops along the number line.

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A fun addition game for two players, practising adding single digit numbers.

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Statutory requirements for the 2014 Maths Programme of Study for Year 1 Addition and Subtraction.

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