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Mathematics

Published on January 18th, 2014 | by What2Learn

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Simple Mathematics Addition game (single digits)

A simple Mathematics game for young learners. Questions involve the addition of single digit numbers, making it suitable for to use in Mathematics and numeracy lessons with students in KS1. This game includes the following questions:

2 + 2 =
3 + 3 =
4 + 4 =
2 + 1 =
4 + 4 =
3 + 2 =
6 + 1 =
8 + 3 =

This game was created by a visitor to What2Learn by using the game machine and given the original name ‘Math 2’. Why not create your own games with the game machine – click here to see how incredibly easy it is. Alternatively, take a look at a range of other free games listed in our Mathematics section or sign up for a free account to access all of the fantastic learning opportunities available at the What2Learn virtual school.

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