Addition & Subtraction

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  1. The Maths Box Series
    75 cards
    As low as $217.40 $250.01
  2. What's My Number? Game
    Ages 5+
    Rating:
    73%
    $48.90 $56.24
  3. Throwing Game
    Board diameter 50cm
    $114.50 $131.68
  4. Splat Addition Game
    Set of 225 cards
    $22.90 $26.34
  5. Tens Frames Work Cards - Set of 14
    Set of 14 cards
    $6.40 $7.36
  6. 4 Maths Board Games
    Ages 5+
    $18.90 $21.74
  7. Subtraction Maths Wheels
    Pack of 18
    Rating:
    67%
    $10.90 $12.54
  8. Addition Maths Wheels
    Pack of 18
    Rating:
    80%
    $10.90 $12.54
    Out of stock
  9. Maths Snap Game
    52 cards
    Rating:
    90%
    $9.90 $11.39
  10. NZ Icons Playing Cards
    Cards measure 6.2 x 8.8cm
    $3.40 $3.91
  11. Subtraction Dominoes
    Ages 5+
    $18.90 $21.74
  12. Addition Dominoes
    Ages 5+
    $18.90 $21.74
  13. 6 Mathematics Games
    Ages 5+
    $38.90 $44.74
  14. Giant Playing Cards
    279mm x 203mm
    $28.90 $33.24
  15. Kiwi Chevron Playing Cards
    Cards measure 6.2 x 8.8mm
    Rating:
    100%
    $3.40 $3.91
  16. Magnetic Addition Machine
    Age 4+
    Rating:
    93%
    $39.90 $45.89
  17. 120 Number Board
    Ages 6 & up
    $49.90 $57.39
  18. Giant Magnetic Number Bonds
    Ages 5 & up
    Rating:
    100%
    $39.90 $45.89
    Out of stock
  19. 10 to the Top Addition Game
    Ages 5 & up
    Rating:
    100%
    $32.90 $37.84
  20. Maths Word Problems Cards
    Ages 9 to 12
    Rating:
    93%
    $6.90 $7.94

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Build early algebraic thinking strategies for solving addition and subtraction problems with colorful educational resources that allow students to visually determine the unknown number in an equation. We also have unique maths resources to help students understand more abstract base ten concepts, including place value, estimation, fractions and more.

As children begin their second year at school the basic addition and subtraction facts are being learnt. Providing kids with a variety of ways to problem solve improves laternal thinking and concentration. Some kids find tactile resources work best while others respond to a more visual approach. Whatever method works use it and gather products to help promote those mathematical concepts. Our stock of numeracy items embraces both visual and tactile learning preferences.