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Maths Worksheets That Focus on Addition and Subtraction

On EducationCity, there are a number of worksheets (also known as Activity Sheets) for both Key Stage 1 and 2, which are fantastic resources for your lessons, whether that’s for...

On EducationCity, there are a number of worksheets (also known as Activity Sheets) for both Key Stage 1 and 2, which are fantastic resources for your lessons, whether that’s for fast finishers or as lesson starters. They’re great for giving your students that extra practice in certain subject areas, and go alongside our engaging Activities too.

We’re about to tell you all about the worksheets in our Maths module that focus on the subject area of addition and subtraction in particular. Practising addition and subtraction skills is really important as it means children will better understand things that will help them in their future such as how to handle money.

We’ve chosen a set of maths worksheets for both Key Stage 1 and 2 that focus on these key areas to try out on EducationCity, so you can explore them in your lessons. They’re really easy to find and print out too. Just visit the Maths module or use Search and select to print – simple!

Beach Holiday – Numbers

Aqua Blocks – Numbers

Temple Crusade – Number – Addition and subtraction

Water Raider – Number – Addition and subtractionMaths Resources

Tomb of Doom – Number – Addition and subtraction

Dancing Robot – Number – Addition and subtraction

Tomb of Doom – Number – Addition and subtraction

On the Cards – Number – Addition and subtraction

Temple Crusade – Number – Addition and subtractionMaths Resources

Shop with Stig – Number – Addition and subtraction

Captain Cod – Number – Addition and subtraction

Up and Away – Number – Fractions (including decimals and percentages)

Football Mad – Algebra

PlayLive Addition and Subtraction

Remember to give our PlayLive Addition and Subtraction challenges a go! They’re great for practice in these subject areas and they’re really fun educational resources to try out with all the class getting involved.

They mean students can pitch their mathematical knowledge against others of the same age in their class, school or even worldwide, in a timed, competitive environment.

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