Here you can practise addition
Addition is a basic part of primary school mathematics. It usually starts in year two with adding a number of objects, followed by adding two one-digit numbers. This is followed by adding two two-digit numbers in year three. In year four, you move on to adding two numbers with two or more digits. In year five up to year seven, you repeat addition problems. Play the addition maths games too.
The website was developed to help primary school students learn arithmetic. By offering clear maths problems, numeracy can be practised both in class and at home. Parents and children can practise together, for instance.
The exercises have been divided per year and per arithmetic skill. Through a variety of exercises you can practise primary school addition skills, which you also learn in year two, three, four, five, and six.