Practice makes perfect. Right?
So, when you kids are working on addition, you’re going to find yourself practicing math facts with your kids at home.
If you’re anything like me, you’re going to want to make it fun. Luckily, I’ve got your back. I found some fun addition fact games for kids that will make them eager to learn and they’ll have fun while they’re at it!
You’ll find both printable games and easy DIY games.
You’ll be able to pull any of these together in minutes, so you’ll be able to get right to learning.
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Fun Addition Fact Games for Kids
Practice your doubles facts with this fun printable Domino Doubles Game.
Math Fact Sticks are a fun and simple way to practice any set of addition facts.
Or play a similar game with this Halloween-Themed Addition Fact Pick and Find Sticks activity.
Get out your toy cars for this fun Making 10 game.
Practice making ten with fun game inspired by Green Eggs and Ham.
It’s fun to practice your addition facts with this Fine Motor Addition Bead Threading.
Practice your Plus 1 Addition Facts with this printable Acorn Memory Game from Live Over C’s.
You can also practice your doubles plus 1 facts with this fun train-themed game from Royal Baloo.
Or practice your doubles facts with this printable memory game from The Measured Mom.
Make use of plastic Easter eggs for this fun way to practice addition facts from Homeschool Preschool.
Use a cootie catcher to practice math facts with this fun activity from There’s Just One Mommy.
Get out the playing cards to practice making 10 with this addition card game from What Do We Do All Day.
Use Styrofoam cups to make this fun math facts activity from Planning Playtime.
This math facts activity with paper cups from Fun Learning for Kids is another fun addition game with cups.
Your little baseball fans will love this Math Facts Baseball game from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls.
Which of these addition fact games for kids are you going to try?
You may also like one of these fun math activities:
Number Line Secret Code Math Activity
Fill-in-the-Blank Hundred Chart Puzzles
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