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Bridging through 10 Learning objectives: To begin to bridge through 10 when adding a single digit number
9 + 4 = ? +
What should we do? Lets make the first number up to 10 and count on what is left!
9 + 1 = = = ?
7 + 5 = ? +
What should we do now? Thats right! We can make the first number up to 10 and count on what is left!
7 + 3 = = = ?
Do you think you have got it? Try this!
8 + 7 = ? Think about what we have practised. Make the first number up to ten and count on what is left.
8 + 7 = ? = 10 And… = …
15 ! Were you right?
Combining Like Terms. Only combine terms that are exactly the same!! Whats the same mean? –If numbers have a variable, then you can combine only ones.
5.9 + = 10 a)3.6 b)4.1 c)5.3 Question 1: Good Answer!! Well Done!! = 10 Question 1:
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