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NASA Kids Club: Addition Blast Off!

Are your students struggling with addition facts?
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Are your students struggling with addition facts? This learning game is a great interactive way for students to practice their addition facts. Students are given a number and must select one or more numbers that add up to the given sum. Students play against a countdown timer to see how many facts they can get before the time runs out. Students remain engaged as they compete against the clock.

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