I found this Add It game at Confessions of a Homeschooler and she generously offers it as a free printable.
This is how you play “ADD IT“: Pick a flash card, put it on the right side of the game board. Use counters to put next to each number. We used buttons. Use the “Add It” scooper to push the buttons down, count them and put the answer on the flashcard.
Let me just say that B doesn’t know how to add yet, but that doesn’t mean we couldn’t play this and it doesn’t mean your child can’t either. I had B count out buttons for the top two numbers and scoop them down. I counted the total and he picked the number that represented the sum. It is such a fun, hands on way to experience adding or an introduction to adding. Again, if your child isn’t ready for addition, work on this fun game together and give him a small task (such as counting or pointing) and you model and talk through the rest. They are learning as much from listening and seeing you try it as they are from doing their part.
She is also sharing a “Subtract It” printable that I can’t wait to try!