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Addition Activities For Kids

Addition activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy Addition activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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Try this fun addition game with your second grader! Arrange playing cards to find the largest possible sums.
Addition
Second Grade
Math Facts Game: A mix of musical chairs and Twister meets math. Nipping multiplication problems in the bud was never this much fun!
Addition
Second Grade
The Christmas Addition Tree is a great way to get kids actively involved in math practice through art projects over the holiday break.
Addition
Kindergarten
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.
Addition
First Grade
Your child will be cheering for 8s and 9s as she tries to create a larger number than her competitors. Whoever ends up with the largest number wins!
Addition
Third Grade
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.
Addition
Second Grade
The Math Monster will save your second grader from repetitive math flashcards. Guessing mystery math facts is a fun way for him to polish arithmetic skills!
Addition
Second Grade
This interdisciplinary card game will have your third grader working on math facts as he travels through the solar system!
Addition
Third Grade
Grab some dice and play this take on tic-tac-toe. It√Ęs easy to set up and your child will have a blast.
Addition
Kindergarten
Prepare for some scary Halloween counting practice! This game encourages players to knock down cylinders and then subtract to determine their scores.
Addition
Second Grade
It's important to be able to add and subtract quickly and accurately, and this activity is the perfect way to practice.
Addition
Second Grade
Help your child stay physically and mentally active with this group aerobic fitness game that's good for the heart and mind alike.
Addition
Kindergarten
This simple way to help your child understand story problems begins as a quick activity and turns into a study tool for years to come!
Addition
Fourth Grade
Help your second grader to a better understanding of how to count and represent money with age old game of Tic-Tac-Toe.
Addition
Second Grade

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