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LO: To add/subtract any pair of two-digit numbers, including crossing 100. 28.06.05

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What is 54 add 37?

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What is the sum of 43 and 66?

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What is 76 subtract 34?

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What is the difference between 85 and 58?

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How much more is 97 than 45?

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What is the total of 67 and 82? etc.

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Q What pairs of numbers can you see with a total of 100?

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LO: Extend written methods to column addition of integers less than 10 000. 28.06.05

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I have £7587 in my savings account. I get five numbers in the National Lotto game and win £5675. How much money do I have now? Q What calculation do we need to carry out in order to answer this question?

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I have £7587 in my savings account. I get five numbers in the National Lotto game and win £5675. How much money do I have now? Q What will the answer be approximately? How can we work out the answer?

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I have £7587 in my savings account. I get five numbers in the National Lotto game and win £5675. How much money do I have now?

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£4764 + £3457

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Q How many thousands will there be?

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£4764 + £3457 Q How many hundreds will there be?

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£4764 + £3457 Q How many tens will there be?

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£4764 + £3457 Q How many units will there be?

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1234 5934 1673 5632 1208 3794 5046 6240 1982 6207 1008

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What have we learned? Q. What has been done differently?

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Task: Work through the following addition, adding the least significant digit first. £4764 + £3457

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You can: Use written column methods for the addition of two or more integers less than 10 000; Know that units should line up under units, and so on.

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