Addition within 20 Resources

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Roll the Dice
Roll the Dice
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Roll the Dice
Shake those dice and try to roll big numbers in this first grade math game. Practice addition in a new, fun way!
1st grade
Math
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Equation Card Game
Equation Card Game
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Equation Card Game
Create equations in this strategic math card game. Your second or third grader can practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division in a new way!
2nd grade
Math
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Estimation Game
Estimation Game
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Estimation Game
Help your child get comfortable with the concept of estimation, which will come in handy during everything from standardized tests to future shopping trips!
2nd grade
Math
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Elevens Card Game
Elevens Card Game
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Elevens Card Game
Looking for a cool game to help your first grader learn her 11s? Look no further than this clever one-person card game.
1st grade
Math
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Risky Math
Risky Math
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Risky Math
Addition has never been much fun as it is with this super-risky, ultra-competitive card game. The player who ends up with the lowest score is the winner!
2nd grade
Math
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Halloween Party Game
Halloween Party Game
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Halloween Party Game
Prepare for some scary Halloween counting practice! This game encourages players to knock down cylinders and then add to determine their scores.
2nd grade
Math
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Addition within 20 Resources

If your students have mastered adding numbers under 10, move them on up with these resources for adding numbers within 20. These worksheets provide students with plenty of practice adding. There are also several lesson plans to give you ideas for teaching students how to add numbers within 20. If students struggle, you may want to review our addition within 10 lesson plans.

Accessible Addition Within 20 Resources

The need to calculate simple equations often comes up in day-to-day life—exchanging money, following recipes and determining elapsed time are a few common examples. The addition within 20 resources housed in the Learning Library caters to kids who start to dip into two-digit math.

The printable worksheets provide assorted assignments that sharpen this skill. Kids can practice finding the sum with traditional vertical and horizontal equations. There are also many addition-within-20 word problem printouts. Some of the worksheets are illustrative, like with spaceships or rainbow fish, to deliver visual and creative math lessons.

Hands-on activities help students refine what they have learned in the classroom. A creative game called Pocket Math includes the whole family. Everyone has to wear as many pockets as possible and young learners practice counting them all up. Bowling for Addition turns a DIY bowling game into a counting opportunity. The water bottle pins are marked with a value that students add up once the pins are knocked down.

Kids continue to build their counting capabilities with the online games, guided lessons, printable workbooks, interactive stories and other addition within 20 resources in the library.