Mixed exercises

Mixed exercises of different levels

Examples of mixed exercises are a combination of addition and subtractions problems in random order. Or do year three multiplication problems in random order or even all multiplication tables up to 10. Mixed exercises make the problems more varied. This increases the difficulty level because kids will have to carefully examine what is being asked of them. The mixed exercises are often categorised per year and per skill or skill group. This variation of maths problems helps to improve insight and is a good step to get better at mathematics and prepare for the next level.

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 math skills, which you also learn in year two.