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Addition with no renaming or you may think of it as carrying over Kids Learning is Fun
Addition Part + Part = Whole Requires knowledge of: * Place Value * Basic facts * Renaming
The process involves: Start with the onesrequires knowledge of place value Add: 4 ones and 8 onesrequires knowledge of basic facts Write the answerrequires knowledge of renaming
The Addition Algorithm with no renaming TensOnes dd ddd aaa a
TensOnes dd ddd aaa a aaaa
TensOnes dd ddd aaa a ddddd aaaa
The language you use is important. Where do we start? - the ones column We add 3 ones with 1 one – how many ones do we have altogether? Where do we add next? – the tens column
Addition with renaming Kids Learning is Fun
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