**Fly through addition and subtraction on a number line with an exciting Number Line Hero task card activity.
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**Superhero Addition and Subtraction on a Number Line Fun!**

Teaching number sense to early learners is crucial for developing a solid foundation in mathematics. Number sense refers to the ability to understand and manipulate numerical quantities, a fundamental skill essential for success in math. The number line is one of the best tools for teaching number sense to young children is the use of a number line. A number line is a visual representation of numbers in a linear format, where each point on the line corresponds to a unique numerical value. Children can better understand number relationships and operations such as addition, subtraction, and number sequencing using a number line.

This fun activity blends your students’ love for superheroes with a hands-on math strategy to make learning exciting. This activity requires students to solve addition and subtraction problems using movable superheroes that fly up and down the number line.

**Differentiated Addition and Subtraction Activity **

No need to worry about building in differentiation! We’ve done the work for you. This activity comes in two variations for students working at different levels. We’ve included the following.

- Addition and Subtraction up to 10 – This version uses a number line that only includes the numbers 0-10 and fact cards within that grouping.
- Addition and Subtraction up to 20 – This version uses a number line that includes numbers up to twenty and fact cards for that grouping.

**Download Your Number Line Printable **

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This resource was created by Lisamarie Del Valle, a teacher in Florida and Teach Starter Collaborator.

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