# Maths /Numbers & Patterns /Addition & Subtraction

Browse our collection of addition and subtraction worksheets, games, activities, posters and more. These addition and subtraction resources support the teaching of important skills that learners of all ages need. Help learners understand the connection between addition and subtraction using part-part-whole models. Teach mental addition and subtraction strategies including rainbow facts, doubles, bridge to ten and more. These strategies help improve fluency and build confidence that will help when working with larger, more complex problems.

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Subtraction Race Game

A board game in which players use subtraction to move across the board. Laminate for a long-lasting resource.

Roll two dice. Add the numbers and write the matching number sentence. Laminate for a longer lasting resource.

Roll & Subtract Activity

Roll and subtract the smaller number from the larger number. Write the number sentence. Laminate for a longer lasting resource.

Rainbow Facts Game

A game in which players use their knowledge of rainbow facts to place 4 counters in a row. Laminate for a long-lasting resource.

Race to 8000 Game

A game in which players use their knowledge of number. Laminate for a long-lasting resource.

Double It Game

A game in which players use their knowledge of doubles to place 4 counters in a row. Laminate for a long-lasting resource.

100 Board Segments (2)

Use knowledge of a hundred board to fill in the shaded segments of different hundred boards.

100 Board Segments (1)

Use knowledge of a hundred board to fill in the shaded segments of different hundred boards.

Moving Around a 100 Board (2)

Use knowledge of a hundred board to fill in the shaded boxes.

Moving Around a 100 Board (1)

Use knowledge of a hundred board to fill in the shaded boxes.

Rainbow Facts with Ten Frames: Subtraction

Use ten frames to help work the subtraction from 10 sums.

Rainbow Facts with Ten Frames: Addition

Use ten frames to work out the missing numbers to add to 10.