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Addition and Subtraction: Year Three

This series of excel sheets, aimed at students in Year Three, look at integer addition.

In the first interactive sheet students have to complete an addition sentence using a set of given numbers. Students can check if an answer is correct by clicking on the smiley face. A new set of questions can be generated by the click of a button.

The second sheet shows a pyramid containing the numbers 0 to 20, from which students can select numbers to create a correct addition or subtraction fact.

The third sheet contains a sum with missing signs. Students have to select a correct combination (from +, - or =) to complete the statement and can check their answer by clicking the smiley face.

The fourth sheet asks students to add a number to itself, the correct answer can be selected from four possible options.

The following sheet asks multiple choice questions in which pupils have to add the values 11, 21, 31 or subtract values 9, 19, and 29. New questions can be generated by the click of a button and answers again can be checked by clicking the smiley face.

The final two sheets contain worded questions on addition and subtraction. Students can select from four possible options, generate a new question and check their answers at the click of a button.

This program was designed to be viewed on a screen with a resolution of 1024 x 768. Users may have to adjust the resolution of their screen for the pages to display as was originally intended. The program uses macros which need to be enabled on the users' machine.

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