Addition and Subtraction-Subtract whole numbers with more than 4 digits using column method -Year 5

This is a whole lesson based on the Year 5 Addition and Subtraction objective of “Subtract whole numbers with more than 4 digits using column method (with no exchanging)”. This resource includes the teacher input ( learning journey), independent worksheet and a depth activity to deepen the children’s understanding of the concept being learned.

The questions have been inspired and adapted from the White Rose Small Steps Guidance and Teaching for Mastery documents. This document is useful for teachers who have adapted Maths Mastery and need guidance in the approach or those who are looking for variation in fluency, reasoning and problem solving or simply those who don’t want to plan it themselves but want high quality resources and quality first teaching. =)

All of the documents that are uploaded as an Activinspire file are interactive and all of the concrete/pictorial manipulative can be used, moved and manipulated.

This document can be downloaded on Activinspire and it is also available as a PDF for those who do not have Activinspire.

Please note - these resources are not compatible with Smart Notebook and the PDF file is not interactive.

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@MasteryMaths01

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Created: Aug 19, 2019

Whole lesson

pdf, 6 MB

Subtract--whole-numbers-with-more-than-4-digits-using-column-method-(-without-exchanging)--Week-1-Day-5

Whole lesson

flipchart, 6 MB

Subtract--whole-numbers-with-more-than-4-digits-using-column-method-(-without-exchanging)--Week-1-Day-5

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