**Addition and Subtraction (K-3)**

Students in grades K-3 are developing understanding of addition and subtraction, as well as fluency and automaticity with those operations. Before learning how to add and subtract in a rote way, students at Driscoll explore different situations and models for

*Hungry Fish*

Link to App Store: Hungry Fish by Motion Math

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A great game for practicing addition and subtraction, as well as breaking apart numbers. The higher levels can be very challenging, even for older elementary students.

Feed your fish and play with numbers! Practice mental addition and subtraction with Motion Math: Hungry Fish, a delightful learning game that's fun for children and grownups.

Your fish is hungry for numbers. You can make delicious sums by pinching two numbers together – instant addition! Keep feeding your fish to win a level and unlock new colors and fins.

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**Free**A great game for practicing addition and subtraction, as well as breaking apart numbers. The higher levels can be very challenging, even for older elementary students.

Feed your fish and play with numbers! Practice mental addition and subtraction with Motion Math: Hungry Fish, a delightful learning game that's fun for children and grownups.

Your fish is hungry for numbers. You can make delicious sums by pinching two numbers together – instant addition! Keep feeding your fish to win a level and unlock new colors and fins.

*MathTappers: Find Sums*

Link to App Store: Find Sums by HeavyLifters Network Ltd.

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This app encourages students to work quickly to add up to different target numbers (e.g. 6, 10, 15, 100...). Students can practice with a visual model (apples in a ten frame, pictured at left) first, and then move onto the more abstract part-part whole model.

MathTappers: Find Sums is a simple game designed to help learners to make sense of addition (and subtraction as a related operation), and then to support them in developing accuracy and improving their speed.

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**Free**This app encourages students to work quickly to add up to different target numbers (e.g. 6, 10, 15, 100...). Students can practice with a visual model (apples in a ten frame, pictured at left) first, and then move onto the more abstract part-part whole model.

MathTappers: Find Sums is a simple game designed to help learners to make sense of addition (and subtraction as a related operation), and then to support them in developing accuracy and improving their speed.

*Tric Trac*

Link to App Store: Tric Trac by Everyday Mathematics/McGraw-Hill

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McGraw-Hill’s Tric-Trac game offers a fun and easy way to practice addition facts. This competitive two-player game runs on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.

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**Free**McGraw-Hill’s Tric-Trac game offers a fun and easy way to practice addition facts. This competitive two-player game runs on the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.