This is a great set of addition worksheets for kids, based on a really simple Pizza game for them. All you need is to print out the sheets for the kids, build and die and away you go! Addition worksheets for your kids, or class!
Just before we share this game with you – it is part of a wider focus on a addition within a few sites that focus on providing resources to parents and schools. Why not check out some of the other addition worksheets that we have included, alongside this pizza game? Don’t forget to come back and check our game out though, will you?
FROM LEFT TO RIGHT
Christmas Themed Addition Activities // Alleah Maree
Shark Addition (Sums up to 20) // Fairy Poppins
Addition Mystery Puzzle // The Primary Parade
Pizza Addition Game // KiddyCharts
Addition Worksheets for Kindergarten // Little Learning Corner
How to use the addition worksheets
To set with you need to gather the materials need for the game:
- Templates and tools for the game, which are available by clicking on the circular image at the end of this post, and
- Some children to play with!
As always on KiddyCharts, we are trying to keep this simple for you, so you can easily get started, without too much fussing about first.
1. Make the Pizza dice
It is easy to create the dice, as it is a simple cube net. Just cut out, fold in the tabs, and then glue.
2. Next make sure you have cut out the plates and the pizza
As you can see, we have given you three sheets of pizzas, and six plates. The game can be played with 2-6 players.
3. Roll and dice and add Pizza to your plate
In order to play the game, all you need to do is roll the die, and add that number of pizzas to your plate, you can then take it in turns to roll.
At the end of the game, which is when all the pizzas have gone, the winner is the child/person with the most pizza on there plate.
Encourage your children to count their own pizza, and to add the up the pizzas each time they roll the die; so 2 pizza added to the 4 already on the plate is 6, and so on. This way you are incorporating addition into the game as much as you can.
Good luck with the game – we hope you think it is as much fun as we do.
To download the game, just click on the circular image below.
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