Addition wheel
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This task is about finding the missing number in an addition equation.
Work out what you must add to each number on the outside of the circle to get 36.
Write your answers for a) - h) in the white spaces inside the circle.
Task administration:
This task is completed with pencil and paper only.
Level:
3
Curriculum info:
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Description of task:
Students complete a number of equations adding to 36 on an addition wheel.
Curriculum Links:
This resource can help to identify students' ability to apply additive or simple multiplicative ideas flexibly to combine or partition whole numbers to solve addition problems.
Learning Progression Frameworks
This resource can provide evidence of learning associated with within the Mathematics Learning Progressions Frameworks.
Read more about the Learning Progressions Frameworks.Answers/responses:
Y6 (08/98) |
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a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) |
27 21 18 13 29 25 5 9 |
8 correct – easy
6-7 correct – very easy |
For similar ARB resources refer to:
Multiplication wheel for multiplication;
Subtraction wheel for subtraction;
Division wheel for division.
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