Supplement your 5th grader's math instruction with lessons on whole number addition, input-output tables, and addition patterns. Illustrated videos make these topics easy to understand, and the self-assessment quizzes are useful for charting your student's progress.

If your 5th grade student could use some extra addition practice, use this chapter to help him or her review methods for balancing addition equations, identifying addition patterns, or finding the sum of addends with high place values. The sample problems included in these self-paced videos offer plenty of opportunities for students to develop their arithmetic skills. Practice problems can also be found in the lesson quizzes and chapter test.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Perform Addition: Steps & Examples Students learn how to add two or more numbers.
How to Complete the Addition Sentence This lesson provides students with extra practice completing addition sentences.
Working with Addition Input-Output Tables Students learn how to fill in addition input-output tables and explain the arithmetic patterns found within them.
How to Add Two Numbers up to Three Digits Instructors demonstrate the steps required to solve word problems and addition sentences in which 1-, 2-, or 3-digit numbers are added.
How to Add Two Numbers with Four or More Digits Students learn to add numbers containing four digits or more.
How to Add Three or More Numbers with Four or More Digits This lesson shows students how to solve word problems and addition sentences containing multiple numbers with four or more digits.
How to Balance Addition Equations Students find out how to balance addition equations containing 1-, 2-, or 3-digit numbers.
Identifying Addition Patterns Over Increasing Place Values Instructors point out some of the patterns found within addition problems.

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