### Adjusting addends

In this lesson, we will be adjusting addends to make a calculation easier, keeping the sum the same.

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## Lessons:

### Adjusting addends

### Same sum' with larger numbers

### Same sum' with decimals

### Balancing equations using the 'same sum' strategy

### Balancing equations using compensation

### Balancing equations: Does the order of addends matter?

### Increasing an addend

### Decreasing an addend

### Solve calculations mentally by relating them to known facts

### Find an unknown addend

### Introduction to same difference

### Same difference in context

### Use the Language of Minuend, Subtrahend, and Difference

### Transform calculations using the same difference

### Practice: Transforming Calculations to Make Them Easier to Solve Mentally

### Transform a subtraction calculation to make the written algorithm easier to apply

### Practice: 'Same Difference' in Different Contexts

### Balancing equations to find unknown values

### Explore how the difference changes when only the Minuend is changed

### Apply the generalisation about how the minuend and difference change to solve problems

### Explore how the generalisation can be used as a mental calculation strategy using Known facts

### Thinking flexibly

### Comparing Strategies

### The more we subtract, the less we are left with. The less we subtract...

### Contexts where the Minuend is Kept the Same, and the Subtrahend Increases

### Contexts where the minuend is kept the same, and the Subtrahend decreases

### Further practice to reason about how the change in the subtrahend changes the difference

### Explore problems in which the new difference must be found

### Balance Equations Where the Compensation Property of Same Sum Cannot Efficiently be Applied

### Balance Equations Where the Compensation Property of Same Difference Cannot Efficiently be Applied

30 lessons

In this lesson, we will be adjusting addends to make a calculation easier, keeping the sum the same.

In this lesson, we will be extending the 'same sum' strategy to the addition of larger numbers.

In this lesson, we will be extending the 'same sum' strategy to calculations with decimal fractions.

In this lesson, we will be extending the 'same sum' rule to balance equations.

In this lesson, we will be balancing equations using the compensation property of addition and subtraction.

In this lesson, we will be balancing equations and noticing that the order of the addends is not important.

In this lesson, we will notice that, if an addend is increased and the other is kept the same, the sum increases by the same amount.

In this lesson, we will notice that, if one addend is decreased and the other is kept the same, the sum decreases by the same amount

In this lesson will be solving calculations mentally by relating them to known facts.

In this lesson, we will be finding an unknown addend when the sum is changed.

In this lesson, we will learn about the 'same difference' strategy.

In this lesson, we will learn about contexts which focus on where the difference is kept the same.

In this lesson, we will use the some of the language of subtraction used in previous lessons- minuend, subtrahend and difference.

In this lesson, we will transform subtraction calculations by using the "same difference" method. This method involves shifting numbers whilst preserving the answer, but making the calculation easier.

In this lesson, we will practise transforming calculations to make them easier to solve mentally

In this lesson, we will transform a subtraction calculation between two five digit numbers to make the written algorithm easier to apply.

In tthis lesson, we will practise the 'same difference' in different contexts. We will learn that transforming written calculations makes it easier to solve them using a written method.

In this lesson, we will learn to balance equations to find unknown values. We will learn how the image of a see-saw helps us think about equivalent calculations, if they are level, they are equal (equivalent) to each other.

In this lesson, we will explore how the difference changes when only the minuend is changed.

In this lesson, we will apply the generalisation about how the minuend and difference change to solve problems.

In this lesson, we will explore how the generalisation can be used efficiently as a mental calculation strategy using known facts.

In this lesson, we will learn to think flexibly, looking for the most efficient strategies we can find for subtraction.

In today's lesson, we will learn to compare strategies around subtraction. We will discuss how efficient some strategies are, such as shifting to preserve the 'same difference' and make calculations easier.

In this lesson, we will learn that the more we subtract, the less we are left with. The less we subtract, the more we are left with. This will be shown through the context of reduction.

In this lesson, we will apply what was learnt in the previous lesson to contexts where the minuend is kept the same, and the subtrahend increases. Different methods demonstrated will include number lines, bar models and jottings.

In this lesson, we will learn about contexts where the minuend is kept the same, and the subtrahend decreases. Different methods demonstrated within the lesson will include number lines, bar models and jottings.

In this lesson, we will further practice to reason about how the change in the subtrahend changes the difference demonstrated through sequences.

In this lesson, we will explore problems in which the new difference must be found.

In this lesson, we will balance equations where the compensation property of same sum cannot efficiently be applied.

In this lesson, we will look at similar activities from last lesson but with subtraction in mind, specifically the following symbols: = (equals), ≈ (approximately equal to) , > (greater than), < (less than).

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- Numbers to 10
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- Numbers within 15
- Addition and subtraction within 20
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- Multiplication and division
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- Area and perimeter
- Numbers and numerals
- Percentages
- Fractions
- Measures: Length
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- Time
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- Addition and subtraction within 10
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- Number sense and exploring calculation strategies
- Addition and subtraction
- Securing multiplication and division
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- Pattern and Early Number
- Addition and subtraction word problems
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- Measures: Capacity and volume
- Addition and subtraction
- Extending calculation strategies and additive reasoning
- Deriving multiplication and division facts
- Calculating with whole numbers and decimals
- Integers & Decimals
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- Numbers within 6
- Numbers within 100
- Exploring calculation strategies
- Time
- Exploring calculation strategies and place value
- Multiplication and division
- Factors and multiples
- Graphs
- Graphs
- Reasoning with 4-digit numbers
- Reasoning with patterns and sequences
- Calculation problems
- Numbers within 20
- Money
- Multiplication and division
- Fractions, decimals and percentages
- Decimals and measures
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- Numbers to 20
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- Addition and subtraction within 6
- Accuracy and estimation
- Money
- Length and perimeter
- Fractions
- Fractions
- Problem solving with whole numbers and decimals