Adding - CCSS 1.OA.A.1, 1.OA.A.2, 1.OA.A.3, 1.OA.A.5, 1.OA.A.6, 1.OA.A.7, 1.OA.A.8, 1.NBT.C.4

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Exercises and Games

- Add 'Em Up - Add the numbers and click on the correct answer. This game has 10 questions.
- Adding Numbers - [From FreeMathTest] Choose level of difficulty or customize for any number range and then select the number of questions. Self-checking.
- Addition Competition - Ten addition problems at an easy level. Compete against Grade 1 students in other countries to see who can finish the problems in the fastest amount of time. For more of a challenge, try a combination of Addition and Subtraction problems.
- Addition Flash Cards - Answer the problems and click on the yellow check mark at the bottom to keep score.

- Flash Cards: Fill-in-the-Blank
- Flash Cards: Multiple-Choice
- Flash Cards: Multi-Digit
- Flash Cards: Vertical Problems
- Addition Machine - Choose a skill level, type the answer, and then check for correctness.
- Additions Up to 10 - Level 1 problems and self-checking. Level 2 Additions Up to 30 are also available.
- Addition with Manipulatives - Five different levels of addition and a fun bonus activity after each level. Includes audio to help understand how to count and play the activity.
- Are You a Math Magician? - Choose a level and select addition. Try to do as many questions in the time allotted.
- Count Hoot's Addition Game - From the Little Animals Activity Centre. Fill-in-the-blank with the missing number by selecting the ladybug below that correctly solves the problem. A combination of Addition & Subtractionis also available.
- Defeat the Math Monster - Select
additionand the difficulty level. If you get all 15 answers correct, you will destroy the math monster and collect the ancient Mayan treasure. Can also be used to practice Subtraction, Division, and Multiplication skills.- Drop Sum - Select a level and then the mode: Make 10 or Random. Collect as many coins as possible by correctly adding together blocks to equal the target number.
- Ghost Blasters II - Two-player game to practice addition skills. Choose sums from 5-99 and "blast" a pair of ghosts whose sum equals the sum specified.
- Hidden Picture - An answer is provided and you must select the problems that equal that answer to reveal a hidden picture.
- Math Baseball - Practice numbers less than 10. Fill in the missing number to complete the addition problem. Click on "harder" for more of a challenge.
- Matho - Similar to Bingo. Choose the game type "Addition" and the difficulty level. Find the sum to each problem and try to get them all in a row.
- Mothmatic Addition - Add one-digit numbers and choose the right answer by clicking the red arrow.
- Mothmatic Addition II - Add two-digit numbers and choose the right answer by clicking the red arrow.
- Pick the Sign - Determine if the missing sign should be a subtraction or addition sign.
- SpacyMath - Use only your first name to sign in. Select "Addition" to play game and solve the problems to blast the spaceship. You can also choose to practice subtraction, multiplication, and division skills.
- Speed Grid Challenge: Addition - Set the number of questions (2-99) and the time limit (1-10). Answer question set by clicking on two numbers that complete the sentence.
- Sum Fun - Use a sum chart to practice addition facts (sums up to 18).
- Sum Sense: Addition - Single-digit addition. Set the number of questions (2-99) and the time limit (1-10). Drag the numbered cards to correctly complete the sentence.
- Test the Toad -
Addor subtract numbers from 1 to 15 by clicking on the numbered person.- That's a Fact - (K-3) Select "Addition" and choose the set of facts to practice (sums to 10, 12, or 20). Thirty problems are given with the option of being vertical or horizontal and timed or untimed. Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division skills can also be selected.
- Timernator - Select math facts 0-10 or 0-36. Race against the clock and add as fast as you can in 60 seconds.
- Two-Minute Warning - Solve as many addition problems as you can in two minutes! Try doing a combination of addition and subtraction problems as fast as you can.
- Ultimate Speed Math - Choose "Addition" operation and the numbers you want to practice. Set the countdown and see how many problems you can correctly answer. You can also practice Subtraction, Division, and Multiplication skills.
- War Pretzels - Practice addition and subtraction skills as you challenge opponents to a game of arm wrestling.
- Who Wants to be a Mathionaire - "Who Wants to be a Millionaire" format. Test your addition skills by answering each question correctly to win a million dollars.

Indexes/Databases of Exercises and Games-

- Addition Games - (Grades 1-3) Numerous games to choose from to practice addition skills.
- Adding Numbers - Sixteen lessons and exercises for Grade 1.
- Gamequarium Addition Math Games - (Grades K-2) A plethora of games to choose from for addition practice.
- Math Games - A variety of games to practice addition as well as subtraction, multiplication, and division skills.

Practice Tests and Quizzes-

- Addition Quiz - Self-checking quiz.
- Addition Quiz: 0-12 - Twenty questions; self-checking. Click on "Give Me a New Quiz" to generate additional problems.
- Addition Quiz: 0-50 - Choose the difficulty level for twenty self-checking questions. Click "New Quiz" to generate additional challenges.
- Addition Quiz: Three Numbers - Nine self-checking questions.
- Addition Quiz: Two-Digit Numbers - Ten self-checking questions.
Single-Digit Addition Quizzes- A variety of ways to test one's knowledge on adding single-digits: Horitzontal || Vertical || Number Line || Word Problems.- Super-Duper Addition Quiz - Fifty questions; self-checking. Click "Give Me a New Quiz" for more challenges.
- The Art of Math - (K-3) Create your own math tests. Click on "Create Challenge" and set the number of problems, problem type (choose "Add"), and the range of numbers to generate an endless number of challenges. Can also be used for subtraction, multiplication, or a mixture of problem types.
Two-Digit Addition Quizzes- A variety of ways to test one's knowledge on adding two-digits (no carrying): Horizontal || Vertical || Number Line || Word Problems.- Word Problems - Seven self-checking questions.

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