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Three Fun Addition Games For New Learners

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Memory: Create pairs of cards with addition problems and their solutions. Place the cards face down and take turns flipping over two cards at a time to find matches. If a player correctly matches an addition problem with its solution, they keep the pair. The player with the most matches at the end is the winner.

Bowling: Set up a bowling game using plastic bottles or cups as pins and a soft ball as the bowling ball. Write different numbers on the pins. Take turns rolling the ball to knock down the pins. Add up the numbers on the pins to keep track of your score.

Dice: Use dice to practice addition. Roll two dice and have your child count the total number of dots on both dice. Turn this into a game where you create a board with spaces. The number that you role is how many spaces you move your piece. Whoever makes it to the end wins.

Kristen HarperThree Fun Addition Games For New Learners