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This week we are learning to recognise the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction number sentences and to also compare number sentences using the correct comparing symbols < > and = 

 

Mathematical language being taught - part, whole, value, add, altogether, partition, total, greater than, less than, equal to, same as, greater, least, most, more, less.

 

 

Resources we use in class:

 

Multilink -         Numicon -        Bar model -

Ten frame -                             -'Whole part part' method                

What we are learning in class this week! Bar model to represent subtraction and its inverse relationship to addition.

Bar model to represent subtraction and its relationship to addition

See below at pictures of us comparing number sentences in class!

See below at pictures of us comparing number sentences in class! 1
See below at pictures of us comparing number sentences in class! 2
See below at pictures of us comparing number sentences in class! 3
See below at pictures of us comparing number sentences in class! 4

Number Bonds

Number bonds: Understanding the relationship between addition and subtraction As taught by: Aldington Primary School, Challock Primary School,Chilham St. Mary's CE Primary School and St. Theresa's Catholic Primary School

Number Gators (Greater Than, Less Than Symbols Song)


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