That rapid development of knowledge, started in Year 1, will continue in Year 2, by the end of which children will recall addition facts to 20 (eg know that 4 + 7 = 11). They will also start to be able to add multiples of ten and begin to use informal written methods (not the standard written method) to add 2-digit numbers. Recording addition in columns will help prepare for formal written methods with larger numbers.

We have a great selection of addition activities to help them with all of these targets.

Use the number line to add three small numbers.

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Missing numbers to fill in to make number sentences correct.

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5 pages

Try adding a single digit to a multiple of 100. Four pages with the second pair getting quite difficult!

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5 pages

Four worksheets using the vocabulary of addition.

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Try these adding to make the next whole ten questions - good revision and practice.

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4 pages

Try working out these addition sentences using teen numbers and single digits.

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5 pages

Plenty of addition of a single digit to a 2-digit number, with the help of a 1-100 number square.

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6 pages

Finding pairs of numbers that add up to 20, and hopefully beginning to learn them.

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5 pages

Clever tricks to add 9 quickly to any 2-digit number.

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Addition of tens and units without crossing the tens boundary.

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Some quickfire questions on adding multiples of 10 (2-digit numbers only)

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Four bright, colourful worksheets on adding 2-digit numbers to multiples of ten.

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A selection of activities finding 3 numbers that add up to 20.

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Single digit number grid revision. Good practice for developing fast addition skills.

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8 pages

These are rather like a wordsearch, but harder! Find a row of 4 where all the answers are the same.

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6 pages

Some quick number grid challenges on addition. Excellent for 'speed tests'.

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8 pages

More addition grids. All these are adding a single digit to a multiple of ten.

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8 pages

Addition of two single digit numbers, set out in columns.

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6 pages

Addition of a single digit to multiples of ten, set out in columns.

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Addition of whole tens set out in columns.

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4 pages

Adding three small numbers laid out in columns.

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6 pages

More addition of three single digit numbers, set out in columns.

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6 pages

All these number sentences are adding a single digit to a multiple of ten.

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Let's look at the patterns of numbers created when adding.

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Find the missing numbers to make 100, using multiples of 10 or 5.

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Important concepts on the relationship between addition and subtraction.

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Work out what else you know if you know one fact.

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It's amazing how much you really know, if you just think about it!

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All these numbers are multiples of 5. Just link into pairs to make each pair add up to 100.

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Put the numbers in the circles so that each line adds up to 18.

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3 pages

Put the numbers in the grid so that each row, column and diagonal add up to the same total.

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3 pages

A board game of strategy and knowledge of addition facts to play with your child.

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4 pages

Check answers are correct by working them out in a different order.

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3 pages

Quick as you can to answer the questions on this Brainwhizz Challenge!

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5 pages

Word problems needing addition or subtraction to answer them.

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3 pages

Joe and his friends went ten pin bowling and compared their scores.

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3 pages

Tricky word problems which need two steps to solve them.

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Addition and Subtraction statutory requirements for the new Programme of Study.

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