Match Addition, for students age 6 years and up.
Match Addition contains answers from 1-50. Two and two tiles match, so that for instance 4 + 4 and 2 + 6 will make a Match. Since the tiles contains only calculations and not answers, the abstraction level is raised, and the students' memory span is being exercised.
It might be a good idea to pick out only a few tiles when you are introducing the game, for instance the answers from 1-10. This is also a great way to adjust the game to weaker or stronger students. This way the weaker students could play with answers from 1-25, while the stronger students play with answers from 25-50.
Match Addition can be mixed up with Match Subtraction, Match Multiplication and Match Division in order to practice skills across the four basic arithmetic operations.