Let's get ready to practice adding within ten! This drill-style lesson helps students practice basic addition skills. The addends are digits from 0 to 10, and the sums are digits from 0 to 20. Students answer horizontal addition problems in a drill format. When your students complete this lesson, they will have gained more confidence in their basic addition abilities.
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This online math game is categorized as a Level B lesson. It may be ideal for first or second grade students.
Operations and Algebraic Thinking
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