Math Blaster has a large collection of addition worksheets, addition word problems and addition activities - all free, all printable. If you're someone looking for resources to help kids practice addition, you've come to the right place.
Help the traffic police manage Gridlokia’s traffic by solving the math problems and letting them know how many cars can be joined to form each train. See more
With values for each letter, students add the values of the letters in their names to find out whose name is the most valuable. See more
In this math worksheet, students practice adding and subtracting to balance equations as they put each of the beautiful butterflies in their right places. See more
In this math worksheet, students must figure out how many glasses of orange juice, grapefruit juice and apple juice to fetch for the passengers on the ferry. See more
Test your mathematical ability by solving math problems and comparing your answers with the calculator’s in ‘Calculator Match’. See more
Give kids some addition practice with ‘Up a Tree’, a fun addition worksheet for kids. See more
Help kids sharpen their addition skills with ‘Ring Toss’, a challenging addition worksheet for kids. See more
Help your kids understand the concept of fact families with ‘Space Numbers’, a fun worksheet on addition and subtraction fact families. See more
It’s time for some shopping with our ‘Shop a Little’ addition worksheet. This worksheet is a great way to give kids some addition practice! See more
Bug Capture is an addition game based on luck. Players roll two dice and add up the total, trying to get the right sum in each round. This game is perfect for practicing mental math. See more
Target 50 is a challenging math game that can be used to help kids develop their problem solving skills, addition and subtraction skills and mental math skills. See more
In Chain of Clues, players must read the clues on each other’s shirts and figure out the answer to each one, collecting signatures as they solve the clues. There’s a lot of addition and subtraction involved, making this game great for practicing mental math. See more
It’s time to crack the code! Solve all the addition and subtraction problems in our free math worksheet and figure out the ‘Secret Code’! See more
Give kids some math practice by having them solve addition problems in ‘Highway 99’, our fun math activity for 1st graders. See more
Teach first graders to solve double-digit addition problems with ‘Frankie Goes Shopping’, a fun math activity for kids! See more
Even or Odd is a fun printable card game, great for practicing mental math, addition and/or subtraction. See more
Figure out how much equipment to order in our fun, free and printable addition worksheet for kids, ‘Add it Up!’. See more
Though addition problems are one of the first math problems a child encounters in school, kids continue to use this basic skill throughout their adult years. Further, as kids grow older they learn to add more and more complex mathematical numbers. But for this, it is essential that they have no difficulty solving basic addition problems.
Addition is much like an introduction to mathematics. Children who have difficulty solving addition problems will find it very difficult to learn other skills in mathematics. This situation can be avoided by giving children plenty of opportunity to practice addition. Many websites have large collections of addition problems that vary in difficulty. Parents and teachers can use these problems to give students extra practice in addition.
Addition word problems may be a bit trickier than simple addition problems because they require reading and comprehension skills apart from addition skills. In order to solve addition word problems, children must be able to understand how addition is used in everyday life. For most children, this concept is not difficult to understand at all. As with simple math problems, enough practice solving addition word problems will remove difficulties children may have with them. Parents can easily find large collections of addition word problems online for their kids.
Many free online games are designed to allow children to learn while having fun. Fun math games can help young learners get extra math practice without them even realising it! Math games for younger kids include many addition problems that children must solve in order to advance in the game. Children can play these games to get practice solving addition problems. Improving math scores has never been this easy!