007 Number Bonds

I’ve created a series of number bonds ‘workouts’ in the style of (the fantastic) Times Tables Rockstars.

There’s no website I’m afraid(!), these are just excel sheets that randomly generate numbers each time you load them. That means that you have an infinite variety. Hurrah!

There are:

3 Levels of difficulty for number bonds to 10 (add, subtract, mixed)


The same again (3 levels) for bonds to 20:


6 levels of difficulty for bonds to 100 (below is level 6):


and I’ve also added in 2 levels for bonds to 60 (time), 180 (angles) and 360 (more angles).



Each sheet has randomly generated numbers on it. That means that every time you do something (eg press enter), the whole sheet will change. That’s great for making different worksheets each week, but really bad if you want to reload an old one with exactly the same questions on it.

SO!! If you want to make a permanent copy of any single set of questions, then print the page to pdf.

Do that by selecting file / print but selecting PDF instead of a printer.

PS the answers are all in each sheet as well. Just change the font colour of the cells where the answers should go and voila, there are the answers.

Here is the excel file. All the different sheets are listed along the bottom of the file (as…excel sheets).

007 Number Bonds

And if you’re into the whole playing music at the same time thing, here’s the james bond score and some classic film themes:


4 thoughts on “007 Number Bonds

  1. Hi, thanks for the resource.

    It just crashed my Excel! – it’s not a problem, but is there anything else in there apart from RAND() ?

    If it has other tricky stuff in there then I won’t open it again (antique PC), but if it is just a random number generator then I’ll give it another go.

    Thanks again for all the lovely ideas



  2. This is brilliant- thanks.But…..in primary we need them to be fluent adding numbers within10 and within 20 eg 3+4 and 11+5. Please could we have some of those as well. One lot where the equations sum to anything up to and including 10 ( integers only obvs.) then one with answers in the 11-20 range. Both lots written sometimes as empty box, sometimes as traditional ‘sum’ , sometimes as subtraction.
    No more counting on fingers in ks2 ( or year 2)! Did nag Bruno to make this but to no avail……

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