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These simple addition squares focus on the basic process of addition. The student has to add up the numbers in the centre of the square, writing totals for each row and column in the circles. The final space in the bottom right hand corner is for the “grand total” of all of the numbers.
Numbers in the centre square up to 5 

Numbers in the centre square up to 10 

Numbers in the centre square up to 20 

Numbers in the centre square up to 50 

Numbers in the centre square up to 100 

Numbers in the centre square up to 500 

Numbers in the centre square up to 1000 
Negative numbers (10 to 0) 

Negative numbers (10 to 10) 

Negative numbers (20 to 0) 

Negative numbers (20 to 20) 

Negative numbers (50 to 0) 

Negative numbers (50 to 50) 

Negative numbers (100 to 0) 

Negative numbers (100 to 100) 
These addition squares focus on using number bonds. The student has to identify pairs of numbers that will add up to the totals around the outside of the square.
Numbers in the centre square up to 5 

Numbers in the centre square up to 10 

Numbers in the centre square up to 20 

Numbers in the centre square up to 50 

Numbers in the centre square up to 100 

Numbers in the centre square up to 500 

Numbers in the centre square up to 1000 
Negative numbers (10 to 0) 

Negative numbers (10 to 10) 

Negative numbers (20 to 0) 

Negative numbers (20 to 20) 

Negative numbers (50 to 0) 

Negative numbers (50 to 50) 

Negative numbers (100 to 0) 

Negative numbers (100 to 100) 
Here, the student needs to use logic, as well as the their number bonds and addition skills, to work out the missing squares.
Numbers in the centre square up to 5 

Numbers in the centre square up to 10 

Numbers in the centre square up to 20 

Numbers in the centre square up to 50 

Numbers in the centre square up to 100 

Numbers in the centre square up to 500 

Numbers in the centre square up to 1000 
Negative numbers (10 to 0) 

Negative numbers (10 to 10) 

Negative numbers (20 to 0) 

Negative numbers (20 to 20) 

Negative numbers (50 to 0) 

Negative numbers (50 to 50) 

Negative numbers (100 to 0) 

Negative numbers (100 to 100) 
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