This fun addition pack for fall focuses on sums 0-20 with a total of 42 pages. In this pack, 20 of the pages include a number line (0-20) at the top of each page to provide for differentiation to assist students with solving each equation. The first 6 of these pages include equations with sums 0-10 and the other 14 pages include equations with sums 11-20.
There are two pages of acorn manipulatives (20 per page) included to help students solve the equations if needed.
***The last set of 20 pages are identical to the first 20 pages WITHOUT a number line. The equations in this second set are identical to the equations in the first 20 pages. The only difference is that this last set does NOT include a number line at the top to provide for differentiation.
Each page includes 12 equations for students to solve. Each page also includes 16 answers at the bottom for students to cut and paste the correct answer for each equation. Four of the answers at the bottom of each page are not correct answers for any of the equations on each page. These will simply be thrown away after students find the correct answers.
If students do not have enough time to cut and paste the answers, the answers can simply be written in the box at the end of each equation.
I hope your students enjoy solving these fun acorn addition problems.
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