Year 6

Year 6

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will review a range of strategies to solve addition problems.

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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
There are 2271 satellites currently in space. What is this number rounded to the nearest 10?
2200
2280
2300
Q2.
There are 2271 satellites currently in space. What is this number rounded to the nearest 100?
2200
2270
2280
Q3.
The moon Ganymede takes 172 hours to orbit Jupiter. What is this number rounded to the nearest 10?
100
180
200
Q4.
The moon Ganymede takes 172 hours to orbit Jupiter. What is this number rounded to the nearest 100?
100
170
180
Q5.
When rounded to the nearest 10, it takes Mars approximately 690 days to orbit the Sun. What is the greatest number of days it can take?
685
686
695
Q6.
When rounded to the nearest 10, it takes Mars approximately 690 days to orbit the Sun. What is the least number of days/
686
694
695

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
Solve the addition: 12,716 + 74,852 =?
100,834
86,568
90,354
Q2.
Solve this addition: 4306 + 5704 =?
10,000
8,234
9,578
Q3.
Solve this addition: 9890 + 11,050 =?
19,345
19,674
21,000
Q4.
Solve this addition: 17,498 + 11, 076 =?
27,566
28,000