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Addition Math Center: Sums of 2 to 9 (Grades 36)
Addition Math Center: Sums of 2 to 19 (Grades 36) 
Sums and Differences of 2 to 9 (Grades 36)
Sums and Differences of 2 to 19 (Grades 36) 
Addition Stairs: Numbers 1 to 5 (Grades 13)
Addition Stairs: Numbers 1 to 9 (Grades 13) Addition Stairs: Numbers 1 to 14 (Grades 13) Addition Stairs: Numbers 1 to 19 (Grades 13) 
Addition Squares 
Adding 1
Adding 2 Adding 3 Adding 4 Adding 5 Mixed  No Focus Number 
Adding 1
Adding 2 Adding 3 Adding 4 Adding 5 Mixed  No Focus Number 
Adding 1
Adding 2 Adding 3 Adding 4 Adding 5 Adding 6 Adding 7 Adding 8 Mixed  No Focus Number 
Adding 1
Adding 2 Adding 3 Adding 4 Adding 5 
Addition Challenge (number line from 0 to 9)
Addition Challenge (number line from 0 to 19) 
Color by Number Addition 
Number Bonds 
Length: With Addition and Subtraction 
Addition Puzzles 
A Winner of a Dinner 
Addition Grouping Puzzle Handout 
Runaway Math Puzzles 
Counting (part 1) 
Counting (part 2) 
Addition Color Puzzles 
"Be A Magical Mathematician" Bulletin Board 
Monkey Math 
"Chimp Challenge" Bulletin Board 

1. 
Matthew and Anna both were not the ones who collected twentyseven stickers in January.  
2. 
If Anna did not collect stickers in February then Anna would only have 47 stickers.  
3. 
Andrew collected sixteen more stickers in February than in January.  
4. 
Kyle has a total of sixtynine stickers.  
5. 
If Matthew did not collect stickers in January then Matthew would only have 31 stickers. 
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