# Max Maths, Year 2, Game Time, Addition within 100 without regrouping

Games & Quizzes
Maths
Year 2
Max Maths
Description
AI generated

In the 'Max Maths' game for Year 2, children get to practice their addition skills with numbers up to 100, without the need for regrouping. The game starts with individual practice, where students are asked to add pairs of numbers. For example, they'll solve simple equations such as 11 + 22 and 35 + 10, moving on to slightly more challenging sums like 27 + 12 and 14 + 52. This exercise helps to build their confidence in mental arithmetic by adding numbers like 33 + 15 and 27 + 61, ensuring they can do so accurately and efficiently.

After the individual practice, the game becomes more interactive as students form small groups, ranging from two to five members. They create two sets of cards, labelled Set A and Set B, with various numbers written on them. During the game, each player draws one card from each set and quickly adds the two numbers in their head. The other group members then check the answer. If the player has calculated correctly, they earn a point. The game is designed to be played in turns, and after five rounds, the game concludes. This engaging activity not only reinforces addition skills but also encourages a bit of friendly competition among peers. To continue their learning journey, students are directed to workbook pages 40 to 41 for additional practice.