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Addition - Chapter Summary
Utilize the video lessons in this chapter to give your students another way to see the processes and uses for addition. The easy-to-follow videos explain different techniques for how to add various types of numbers, including those with four or more digits. Multiple-choice lesson quizzes are included for you to see how much of the material your students understand, and a concluding chapter exam can help you determine what your students have taken away from this chapter.
Chapter Lessons and Objectives
|How to Perform Addition: Steps & Examples||Instructors share what addition is and the process of combining numbers.|
|How to Complete the Addition Sentence||Students practice completing addition sentences.|
|Working with Addition: Input-Output Tables||This lesson shows students how to identify arithmetic patterns and how to find solutions for input-output tables.|
|How to Add Two Numbers up to Three Digits||Students learn the basis for solving addition problems with two numbers up to three digits.|
|How to Add Two Numbers with Four or More Digits||Students practice solving problems involving two numbers with four or more digits.|
|How to Add Three or More Numbers with Four or More Digits||With this lesson, students now add three or more numbers with four or more digits.|
|How to Balance Addition Equations||Instructors show ways to balance addition equations.|
|Identifying Addition Patterns Over Increasing Place Values||This lesson shows students how to identify addition patterns over increasing place values.|
1. How to Perform Addition: Steps & Examples
Addition is one of the basic operations of math. You can say that the whole of mathematics is based on addition. Without addition, we wouldn't have higher math. Watch this video to learn how to add.
2. How to Complete the Addition Sentence
In this video lesson, you will learn how to complete an addition sentence when you have one missing term. See what an addition sentence looks like and the possible missing terms you can expect to find.
3. Working with Addition Input-Output Tables
In this lesson, you will learn what an input-output table is and how to use it. You will learn the vocabulary used with input/output tables and be able to complete an addition input/output table by the end of the lesson.
4. How to Add Two Numbers with Four or More Digits
So, you already know how to add two-digit numbers and now you're ready to move on to something harder? In this lesson, you will learn how to add two numbers that have four or more digits!
5. How to Add Two Numbers up to Three Digits
This lesson teaches you how to add up to three-digit numbers without regrouping. As a basic skill, adding will help you in various ways during each and every day.
6. How to Add Three or More Numbers with Four or More Digits
In this lesson, learn step-by-step how you can add three or more numbers that have four or more digits. Brush up on place value and find out how it can help you solve addition problems like this.
7. How to Balance Addition Equations
In this lesson, you will learn how you can make sure that an addition equation is balanced. You will discover how this is the same as making sure both sides are equal. Then, learn how you can find the missing number.
8. Identifying Addition Patterns Over Increasing Place Values
In this lesson, you will learn how to take a basic addition fact that you know and use it to figure out patterns of addition when place values increase.
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