Addition Activities For Kids

Does addition have your student frustrated? Bring more life to the home or classroom with fun and creative addition activities for kids. From card games to math crafts and drawing, addition will make more sense to all types of learners. Learning addition doesn't have to be a struggle. If your child enjoys these, try subtraction activities to build even more skills.

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Does your second grader want to learn a magic trick? Here is a simple trick using only 3 dice and a little bit of addition and subtraction.
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Play a math logic and critical thinking game using a deck of cards. Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in this fun activity.
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If your young child is a kinesthetic learner, this equation board is perfect for teaching him addition and subtraction facts.
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Here's a simple math activity that has your child using her basic addition facts to solve a secret code.
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Prepare for some scary Halloween counting practice! This game encourages players to knock down cylinders and then subtract to determine their scores.
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Your child will "catch" snowballs with each correct math equation she can answer correctly. If she solves a problem correctly, she gets to keep the snowballs.
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Heart math is a great way to celebrate Valentine's Day and familiarize your advanced preschooler with the concept of adding numbers.
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The Christmas Addition Tree is a great way to get kids actively involved in math practice through art projects over the holiday break.
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Make math fun for your child by turning it into a game and challenging him to beat the calculator with this cool math race!
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Master addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division through practice in this fun math game designed for fourth grade!
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Finding the greatest number is great math practice! This strategic card game will help reinforce the concept of number value as well as addition facts.
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Time is an abstract concept that's difficult to grasp. But waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven on Thanksgiving is a concretely yummy experience.
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Declare a "Pocket Day" in your house and help your child practice his addition skills as he counts how many pockets the family is wearing that day!
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Here's how you and your child can work together to craft your own story problems from scratch.
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By using watercolor paints to practice writing letters, sentences, and math problems, your child will practice first grade skills in his "Sidewalk School."
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This game is the perfect way to prepare your child for any shopping adventures you may embark upon, all while practicing important math concepts.
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This year, have your child can help you with your Passover food list. It's great handwriting practice, and she'll learn a lot in the process.

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