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# Solve problems involving multiples of ten in a range of contexts

I can solve problems involving multiples of ten in a range of contexts.

New

New

Year 2

# Solve problems involving multiples of ten in a range of contexts

I can solve problems involving multiples of ten in a range of contexts.

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- Unitising and known facts help you to add and subtract multiples of ten
- If 3 + 2 is equal to 5 then 3 tens + 2 tens is equal to 5 tens which is equal to 50
- If 5 - 2 is equal to 3 then 5 tens subtract 2 tens is equal to 3 tens which is equal to 30

### Common misconception

Children may rely on counting in tens rather than using known facts to add and subtract multiples of ten.

Encourage children to look for patterns as they add and subtract multiples of ten. Compare to the single-digit facts they know. Make a list of known facts to refer to.

### Keywords

Add - Finding the total, or sum, by combining two or more numbers.

Subtract - Taking one number away from another.

Multiple of ten - Groups of ten.

### Licence

This content is © Oak National Academy Limited (2024), licensed on Open Government Licence version 3.0 except where otherwise stated. See Oak's terms & conditions (Collection 2).

## Video

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

In this pyramid, two blocks add together to make the block above it.
What is the missing number at the top of the pyramid?

Q2.

What is the missing part in this part-part-whole model?

Q3.

What is the missing part in this bar model?

Q4.

What is the missing part in this equation? 50 − = 10

Q5.

Andeep buys a pencil for 20 p and a toy car for 60 p. How much has he spent? pence.

Q6.

Sofia has 60 p in her pocket. The rest of her money is in her purse. She has 90 p altogether. How much money is in her purse? pence.

## Exit quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.

Lemons cost 20 p each and oranges cost 30 p each. What is the cost of one lemon and one orange? p

Q2.

A car has travelled 40 miles of a 70 mile journey. How many more miles does it need to go? miles.

Q3.

A flower is 60 cm tall and a ladybird is 20 cm up. How much further does it need to climb to get to the top? cm

Q4.

Apples cost 10 p each and lemons cost 20 p each. Laura has 30 p. Which of the following can she buy?

Two lemons

Q5.

Oranges cost 30 p and pears cost 40 p. What is the cost of two oranges and one pear? p

Q6.

Toy cars cost 60 p, a ball costs 10 p, a teddy costs 50 p and a boat costs 30 p. Andeep spends exactly 60 p. What could he have bought?

A boat and a teddy

A boat and a ball