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Portable Licence: This portable program is provided free of charge for use on a memory stick and is not to be copied to any computer hard drive. Simply download the zip file (to the memory stick if you wish). Then open the zip file and extract the contents to your memory stick. A folder will be created 'Olltwit Portable Apps'. Inside you will find the program folder. Double click the program file inside that directory to run. Installation versions of these programs can be found here.

Goopla - Number bonds
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Suitable for UK Key Stage 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 - USA 1st to 12th Grade (Age 5 - adult)

Recommended Minimum System: Pentium PC, Windows 95 or better e.g. XP, Vista, 7, 32MB Ram.

Number bonds are about creating a mental image of how a number is made up, usually by adding two numbers together or subtracting one number from another.

On the first screen you are able to choose the number bond game to play from a drop down list, with numbers from 10 to 100 in tens. Once you have chosen, then click on the Play Addition or Play Subtraction button to play adding or subtracting number bonds.

In the game you have chosen you are presented with a Hoopla game of pegs with different values above them. At the top of the screen you are shown a sum or problem with a missing number. Using your mouse, click on the number peg that you believe is the answer. For example 5 + ? = 10, the answer is the number 5, so you would click on the 5 peg. Your mouse pointer will turn into a hand when over any peg on the board.

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