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You can see some cards, but you can't see what's on the other side of them. Each card is hiding an adding-up sum, or the answer to the sum.
An adding-up sum looks like this: 2 + 2 = 4
The numbers on one side of the equals sign (=) have to be the same as the number on the other side. So 2 (1, 2) and 2 more (3, 4) makes 4. Count aloud when you work this out, and count on your fingers, because the more ways you do something, the better you remember it. You can also use blocks, or buttons, or anything you can count. If you have lots of brothers and sisters, you can count them! Or the kids in your class at school. Sing counting songs. Count lots of things, for practice, and you'll be very good at adding-up!

In this game, these cards are hiding the two parts of an adding-up sum (also called an addition sum). You need to find the two parts of the sum, and bring them together again. Click on a card to see what number it's hiding, then try to find the other card that goes with it, to make a whole sum. You can only turn over two cards in one go, so you need to remember where the numbers are hiding, then you can match them when you find their other half. You're doing the job of the equals sign, and the numbers need you to put them together and make a proper sum. When you do that, both those cards disappear! When you've made them all disappear, found all the sums, you've won the game! :)
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‘＝’号两边相等，因此 2 和 2 得出 4。当你在解题时可以大声地数或用手指数，因为这些方法将有助于你增加记忆。你也可以使用方块或按钮及其他能计数的东西。如果你有很多兄弟姐妹，你可以数数他们！或者数数你们班级的同学。唱数数歌，数很多东西来练习你将提高你的加法能力！

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570.
Addition and subtraction memory game

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571.
Practise addition, subtraction, until all the cards are gone.

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572.
Turn the cards over to find two numbers which add or subtract the same, until all the cards are gone.

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573.
You can see some cards, but you can't see what's on the other side of them. Each card is hiding an operation, or the answer to it.

In this game, these cards are hiding the two parts of an operation. You need to find the two parts of the operation, and bring them together again. Click on a card to see what number it's hiding, then try to find the other card that goes with it, to make a whole operation. You can only turn over two cards in one go, so you need to remember where the numbers are hiding, then you can match them when you find their other half. You're doing the job of the equals sign, and the numbers need you to put them together and make a proper equality. When you do that, both those cards disappear! When you've made them all disappear, found all the operations, you've won the game! :)
represents a line break. Start a new line in the equivalent position in the translation.

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574.
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, division

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575.
All operations memory game

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576.
Practise addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, until all the cards are gone.

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577.
Turn the cards over to find a matching operation, until all the cards are gone.

Translated by supy on 2008-01-15