Help your kids grow their superpowers and sharpen their math skills with this fun FREE Addition Practice with Superheroes unit. Kids have a chance to practice addition tables 1-12, solve word problems, and more, and it’s all based around superheroes.
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Help kids have fun sharpening their math skills with these fun FREE Addition Practice with Superheroes worksheets. These 29 worksheets include speed drills, addition practice, word problems, and more. Each step of the way, your kids will find superheroes cheering them on and reminding them that superheroes have to learn new things and keep practicing to get strong–just like they do while they are learning math!
It’s a fun way to work in some math practice without using a textbook. An answer key is also included.
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