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# Use the additive relationship to rearrange addition equations

I can rearrange addition equations.

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Year 3

# Use the additive relationship to rearrange addition equations

I can rearrange addition equations.

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. Equations can be represented using part-part-whole or bar models.
2. The sum is the whole and the addends are parts.
3. Equations can be written starting with the addends or with the sum.

### Common misconception

Pupils may struggle starting equations with the sum. They may think = means 'the answer is..'

Ensure that children understand that 'equals' means that the equation balances (i.e. both sides have the same value.) This could be achieved through using balance scales and attaching the idea of equals with balance.

### Keywords

• Addend - An addend is a number added to another.

• Sum - The the total when numbers are added together.

• Equation - An equation shows that one number or calculation is equal to another.

Encourage pupils to use the terms 'sum' and 'whole' interchangeably. They should understand that an addend is a part. For extra challenge, pupils can find more than one answer to the open-ended problems in Task B, where they are only given the sum.
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## Starter quiz

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
What is 15 + 10 =
Correct Answer: 25
Q2.
What is 400 + 100 = ___
401
410
Correct answer: 500
600
Q3.
What is 5 + 3 + 5 =
Correct Answer: 13, thirteen
Q4.
What is 60 + 60 =
Correct Answer: 120
Q5.
What is the missing number: 47 + 3 = ___
40
49
Correct answer: 50
51
Q6.
Which calculation give the largest total?
Correct answer: 13 + 6 =
15 + 3 =
16 + 1 =

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### 6 Questions

Q1.
What is the sum of 40 and 50?
Correct Answer: 90
Q2.
What are the addends in this equation: 130 + 80 = 210
210
Correct answer: 130
Correct answer: 80
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Q3.
Which equations are represented by the bar model?
Correct answer: 40 + 30 = 70
Correct answer: 70 = 30 + 40
30 + 70 = 110
Correct answer: 70 = 30 + 40
Q4.
Look at the bar model. What is the missing sum?
Correct Answer: 45, forty-five
Q5.
Which pairs of addends could complete the bar model?
9 and 14
Correct answer: 11 and 13
Correct answer: 12 and 12
15 and 10
Q6.
Which pairs of addends could complete the bar model?
60 and 120
Correct answer: 80 and 110
90 and 90
Correct answer: 95 and 95