The following is a post from contributing writer Lauren from Mama’s Learning Corner.
Addition facts need a lot of practice and reinforcement. I have found that playing games is the best way to reinforce those facts!
Here are several addition games for kids that your young learners might enjoy:
Print the number line on your printer, find some dice, and start playing!
Dunk it Dominoes Addition Game – The Happy Teacher
This game requires dominoes and the free printable sheet that is provided. This has a great basketball theme!
Addition Bingo – Mama’s Learning Corner
Bingo is always a fun game, and this addition version is no exception! Simply print, laminate (if you choose), and play.
Ladybug Roll & Cover Addition Game – The Measured Mom
Print the free game board, find a pair of dice and counters, and you’re set to start playing.
DIY Addition Game – PBS Kids
What a wonderful visual this DIY addition game presents for young learners! Simple instructions are given to create this addition game at home. Excellent for visual learners.
Lauren Hill is the mama of 4 little people, ages 8 to 3. In her spare time (ha!) she creates worksheets and printables for Preschool – 2nd graders, including color-by-number worksheets among a plethora of other topics. Follow Lauren in her two favorite online places: Google + and Pinterest.
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