# The Counting Kingdom

## Description

Embark on a magical adventure in The Counting Kingdom EDU, a math learning game created by Little Worlds Interactive for grades 1 to 3. Exciting tower defense gameplay has players strategically adding monsters to cast magical spells. With cute and funny monsters, beautiful artwork, and a kingdom full of adventure, The Counting Kingdom adds up to an engaging and effective way for students to practice their math skills!

Learning Objectives

• Strengthen fact fluency for addition up to 50.
• Find different ways to add numbers and create equations that equal a target sum.

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