all Addition worksheets
Have your child draw coins in the empty purses on this worksheet in different amounts that each add up to 10p.
Have your child add up the coins shown on this worksheet, using the number line provided to help.
It's your birthday! You want to have a party, but how much will it all cost? Work out the sums from the price list on the worksheet.
Practise adding amounts of money together in this word problem worksheet.
Stretch your child's addition skills by having them work through these word problems about money.
A fun game to help your child become more confident about adding up different coin amounts.
Number lines are used a lot in primary school maths. Show your Reception child how to practise using one to work out simple addition.
A worksheet designed to prompt children to work out addition of three-digit numbers using the column method.
Knowing the number bonds to 10 gives a firm foundation to so many other mathematical areas, so it's vital your child has a good understanding. Give them a little extra practice with this practical worksheet.
This worksheet requires children to use their knowledge of calculation and number symbols in order to work out which number sentences are correct.
A set of cards to cut out and keep. Use them to play pairs, choosing two numbers that make 10, or why not keep a spare set handy to use as number bonds to 10 flashcards?
An activity involving adding two-digit numbers in order to determine whether a number sentence is correct.
How fast can you find all the pairs of numbers that make ten? Why not do it against the clock... can you improve your time with practice?
Your child can practice pairs - or should that be 'pears' to 10 with this fruity worksheet? How many different ways can the fruit be arranged in the pink and blue bowls?
This worksheet involves repeated addition problems with spaces for working out.
You child will be able to identify the pairs of numbers that make ten with this number bonds worksheet.
Use this worksheet to practise adding four-digit numbers using the column method.
This maths game will help your child to practise adding and subtracting numbers in their head. It is suitable for Key Stage 1 pupils.
This worksheet provides lots of sums for children to do in order to practise their column addition.