All About Addition: 8 year two maths Activities

When your kid is in year two, there's no such thing as too much addition. Keep your child learning (and happy) as you play these cool maths games.

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Shake 'em Up

Shake those dice and try to roll big numbers in this year two maths game. practise addition in a new, fun way!
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Around the School Yard

Use this fun maths board game to improve your first grader's confidence with addition facts.
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Dice Addition!

Your first grader will love this addition challenge! Roll dice and keep a running total as you try to achieve the highest score.
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Play Ice Cream Addition!

Help your first grader, second grader, or third grader boost his addition skills and maths vocabulary with this fun summer game Ice Cream Addition!
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Save the Ducklings

Play this fun game with your year one or first grader. It's a great way to practise important maths skills, including counting and addition.
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Cover Up

First graders will love practising addition with this fun maths game.
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Play Egg Carton Addition

Using just an egg carton and some beans or pennies, you can play this game with your first grader and see real gains in core maths skills.
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Sandbox maths Facts

First graders are learning basic addition and subtraction maths facts. practise in the sandbox with this fun outdoor maths activity!
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