There are many ways to practice math problems. Usually, the coolest ones are those that are intriguing. That is why today I publish magic squares for children, interesting math problems related to addition and subtraction, or complementing to a given number. Here we work with addition and subtraction up to 20.
The magic square is made up of numbers arranged in such a way that the sum of each row, column, and diagonal is the same. It is called a magic sum.
In some of the magic squares I have given the value of the magic sum. In one case, the sum must be calculated by adding together the numbers written in the first line.
These magic squares are mainly for younger children. That is why I decided to use large fields in the magic square and auxiliary lines for writing. The space for 1 cm font makes the work easier for children with graphomotor disorders to work.
In the pdf file you will find a magic squares solution.
We invite you to combine.