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Number Lines: SingleDigit AdditionLet's practice working with number lines. A number line goes from left to right and has small marks for each number. It is helpful in counting, addition, and subtraction because you can "hop" from one number to the next. You can use it to help you visualize the numbers if you're not comfortable working in your head. For these addition problems, look at the number on the left and "hop" the correct numbers of space to the right. You should land on the correct answer. This is a random quiz. Take it a few times until you are comfortable with doing simple addition in your head.Good luck and have fun. DirectionsYou have probably seen number lines before. You start at one point and then count to the left or right. When you count, you hop from one point to the next. This activity gives you a number line to help you solve simple addition problems. Use the line to figure out your sum and then click the correct answer. After you click, you will see the correct sum and number line work.You get a happy face for every correct answer and a sad face for every wrong answer. The quiz is over after ten (10) questions. Take the quiz again and again because all of the questions are random. You should get a new quiz every time. It's good practice to learn these basic arithmetic comparisons.

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