This interactive worksheet helps children practice how to add 1 to numbers from 0 to 9. Each correct answer reveals a piece of a hidden picture that affects motivation positively.
Drag the correct answer to the questions and find out what the hidden cats look like. The interactive worksheet includes two sets of 20 questions. Children only need to have basic computer mouse skills to use this activity.
The children have to solve ten tasks correctly to help the bunny get to the carrot. The bunny moves one step only when the kids write the correct answer. The tasks change every time you open the activity.
This fun online mental math game will help children build knowledge of addition facts to 10. Kids have to write the correct answer. Each wrong answer is deleted automatically and kids can write a new answer. This activity is very suitable for young learners because only very basic computer skill is needed.
Wondering what this horse looks like in colors? You have to solve 22 addition problems and you'll find out.
This interactive worksheet helps learners to practice adding three numbers. For each hungry caterpillar, there is a number that tells the students what kind of leaves the caterpillars are eating. Feedback on the number of correct and incorrect answers is available at all times to students, teachers, and parents.
Students have to write answers to help the little ducklings find their mother duck. This interactive worksheet is useful in the classroom and at home. It's very easy for teachers or parents to monitor how well children add up to ten.
Let's help the girl throw the ball into the basket. You have to find the missing numbers in the addition problems and write them down. If you make a mistake, the solution will disappear, and you will be able to solve the problem again. Will you manage to score?
The tasks change when you play the game again.
Mental math games help kids to master addition up to 10. Access to all games and activities is free (no registration is needed).
Gaming elements have a positive impact on kids' motivation, so they insist longer on learning than using paper worksheets.
Kids have immediate feedback if their answer is wrong. They get the opportunity to correct each wrong answer.