Teaching Addition, Subtraction, and Place Value, Book 5, Page 34
Don’t Subtract  Add!
WALT: I am learning that problems like 34 +  = 51 and 51  34 =  have the same answer.

Success Criteria: I am able to solve addition and Subtraction problems by using the strategy of adding and not subtracting.

A.
Question

Answer

Question

Answer

1. 23 + .....=60

37

6. 38 + .....=52

14

2. 54 + .....=70

16

7. 67 + .....=76

9

3. 16 + .....=30

14

8. 18 + .....=82

64

4. 27 + .....=72

45

9. 56 + ......=88

32

5. 76 + .....=85

9

10. 18+ .....=42

24

B. Materials
Question

Addition and answer

Question

Addition and answer

1. 50  47 =

47 + 3 = 50

6. 33  26 =

26 + 7 = 33

2. 63  59 =

59 + 4 = 63

7. 23  18 =

18 + 5 = 23

3. 80  78 =

78 + 2 = 80

8. 81  18 =

18 + 63 = 81

4. 83  77 =

77 + 6 = 83

9. 75  39 =

39 + 36 = 75

5. 63  57 =

57 + 6 = 63

10. 103  88 =

88 + 5 = 103

C. Imaging
Question

Answer

Question

Answer

1. 86  69 =

17

7. 74  56 =

18

2. 45  37 =

11

8. 47  27 =

20

3. 14  8 =

6

9. 83  67 =

16

4. 50 29 =

21

10. 65  39 =

26

5. 90  57 =

13

11. 91  18 =

87

6. 55  29 =

26

12. 53  47 =

6

D. Word Problems  Number Properties
1. Karl had 38 lollies and he ate 9. How many lollies did he have
left? 38  9 = 29
2. Fusi had 75 marbles but lost 13. How many did she have left?
75  13 = 62
3. Moses has 130 biscuits and he ate 27. How many did he have
left? 130  27 =113
4. Levi G had 67 toy cars. He gave 19 toy cars to Jayden. How
many did he have left? 67  19 = 49
5. Anthony had $53. He spent $17. How many dollars did he
have left? $53  $17 = 36
6. Levi R had 74 oranges and he ate 27. How many did have
left? 74  27 = 47
7. Jahsiah had 42 tennis balls. He lost 18. How many were left?
42  18 = 24
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