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Robin Hood Doubles Beyond 10

Robin Hood challenges you to test your knowledge of doubles as you click on the correct answer on the target.
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Robin Hood challenges you to test your knowledge of doubles as you click on the correct answer on the target. The questions and answers all involve numbers beyond ten. If you are correct, you get a three-trumpet salute. If you make a mistake, the music lets you know, and you can keep trying until you find the correct answer. This is a good game for reviewing doubles and also gives good practice in using the computer mouse.

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