Sum up this summer with addition and subtraction activities with a fun summer twist! These addition and subtraction worksheets and activities help your child avoid the summer slide by teaching basic maths concepts through Independence day, beach, and ice cream themed exercises.

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### Colour by Sum: Beach Day

Here's a fun way to get in some addition practise. As your child completes the maths problems, he'll also be coloring a fun day at the beach!

### Independence Day Subtraction #4

Looking for some patriotic year two subtraction? Salute the red, white and blue while honing your child's maths skills, even during summer break!

### Summertime Fun!

Complete this sizzling hot addition worksheet by adding together the summer-related items in each box.

### Simple Subtraction for 4th of July #3

This 4th of July subtraction sheet is quick, cute, and makes maths easy for visual learners.

### Play Addition and Subtraction Games

Think addition and subtraction can't be fun? Think again! Brainzy, our imaginative maths and reading games for young learners, helps kids practise key maths skills with delightful characters, catchy songs, and original stories. Try it now!

### Simple Arithmetic

Have a ball with this addition and subtraction worksheet! Kids fill in the missing numbers on each beach ball to make its statement true.

### Fourth of July Addition & Coloring

Simple addition salutes Independence Day and a fun way to practise addition for your child this summer!

### Subtraction practise Problems

What a sunny day! Your little one will need some shade to see these double-digit subtraction problems written in the sun.

### Addition Facts Worksheet: Beach Fun

Double-digit addition can come close to being as pleasant as a warm, summer day with this adorable year three worksheet!

It's a beach themed addition party, and your kindergartener is invited! She'll practise single digit addition with fun and familiar beach items.

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