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There are 3 groups of people riding on a train going 1650 miles. The train is carrying the maximum number of people allowed. There are 25 employees, 78 sleeper car people and 332 others. How many are on the train? 435, just add the number of people.


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Addition Review Worksheets

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Independent Practice 1
Reviews all addition skills. Pictures, single, double, and triple digits.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 2
Includes large sums and addition word problems.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 3
The third in this review series. The answers can be found below.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 4
This worksheet could also serve as a quiz.
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Independent Practice 5
At this point, you could use this worksheet as a "Do Now".
Standard: MATH 1
Grades: (K-2)
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Answer Key
Key includes answers for all 5 worksheets.
 
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