Solving multi-step addition and subtraction problems

In this lesson, we will be applying the addition and subtraction strategies that we have learned to word and real life problems.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Select the equation below that matches this maths story: '87 315 cars were sold over the weekend. 12 872 of these cars were new and the rest were secondhand. How many cars were secondhand?'

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Q2.Describe the error that has been made in the following calculation: 213 876 - 114 689 = 328 565.

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Q3.Write out the following column method calculation and describe the error that has occurred: 562 088 - 134 199 = 432 111.

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Q4.Which of the following methods is NOT a sensible way of checking to see whether we have made an error using the column method?

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Q5.What is the missing number in the following equation: 435 629 + _________ = 772 345

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Select the equation below that matches this maths story: '87 315 cars were sold over the weekend. 12 872 of these cars were new and the rest were secondhand. How many cars were secondhand?'

1/5

Q2.Describe the error that has been made in the following calculation: 213 876 - 114 689 = 328 565.

2/5

Q3.Write out the following column method calculation and describe the error that has occurred: 562 088 - 134 199 = 432 111.

3/5

Q4.Which of the following methods is NOT a sensible way of checking to see whether we have made an error using the column method?

4/5

Q5.What is the missing number in the following equation: 435 629 + _________ = 772 345

5/5

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Solving multi-step addition and subtraction problems

Quiz to be completed following lesson on 'Solving multi-step addition and subtraction problems.'

Q1.Use the column method to solve: 3167 + 2954 + 6319 =

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Q2.Use the counting back method to solve: 10 000 - 5980 =

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Q3.Use the counting on method to solve: 10 000 - 7630 =

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Q4.I have a step count target of 20 000 steps a day. So far, I have walked 13 780 steps around the park and 4620 steps in my house. How many more steps do I have to reach my total?

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Q5.Today, I walked 18 673 steps. How many steps over my target of 15 000 have I walked?

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Quiz:

Solving multi-step addition and subtraction problems

Quiz to be completed following lesson on 'Solving multi-step addition and subtraction problems.'

Q1.Use the column method to solve: 3167 + 2954 + 6319 =

1/5

Q2.Use the counting back method to solve: 10 000 - 5980 =

2/5

Q3.Use the counting on method to solve: 10 000 - 7630 =

3/5

Q4.I have a step count target of 20 000 steps a day. So far, I have walked 13 780 steps around the park and 4620 steps in my house. How many more steps do I have to reach my total?

4/5

Q5.Today, I walked 18 673 steps. How many steps over my target of 15 000 have I walked?

5/5

Lesson summary: Solving multi-step addition and subtraction problems

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