This deck of 37 Boom Cards reviews addition and subtraction skills. Each card contains a word problem with a fall theme. They progress from identifying the answer using pictures, to selecting a number, to selecting a number written out, to filling in their own answer. Colorful and cute pictures add to the fun!
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Addition and Subtraction Word Problems