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# Gr.4-6: Addition (Complete / Remedial) 40 WS [PDF]

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## Description

• Author: Karelien Kriel
• Number of pages: 47 (worksheets) + 3 (memo)Number of worksheets: 40

Aim: Remedial

• Difficulty level ranges from very easy to a little bit more difficult to two huge challenges at the end
• Answers can be filled in on the work sheets.
• Work sheets is set up in such a way so that learner can think for him-/herself what must be done.

Part 2.1   Addition with pictures and shapes / objects (1 – 10)

• Work sheet A: count forward (animals) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet B: Vehivle Maths (work forward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet C: Super-galactic Space Maths (work forward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet D: Eggy Maths (work backward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet E: Balls (work backward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet F: Triangles (work backward) [example + 4 sums]

Part 2.2   Addition with numbers 0 – 10

• Work sheet A: Star struck (work forward) [example + 6 sums]
• Work sheet B: Bowling (work forward) [example + 6 sums]
• Work sheet C: Treasure! (work forward)(money) [example + 6 sums]
• Work sheet D: Rock-and-roll (work backward) [example + 6 sums]
• Work sheet E: Fat balloons (work backward) [example + 6 sums]
• Work sheet F: Magical money (work backward) (money) [example + 6 sums]

Part 2.3   Addition with numbers 0 – 100

• Explain how to use abacus and lids
• Two step-by-step examples: how to use lids to count
• Work sheet A: Froggy Maths (work forward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet B: Monster Maths (work forward) [example + 2 sums]
• Work sheet C: Moo Maths (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet D: Donkey work (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet E: Choo-choo! (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet F: Ant Maths (work backward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet G: Panda Maths (work backward) (cards) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet H: Bouncy Maths (work backward) [example + 4 sums]

2.4   Addition with numbers 100 – 1 000

• Two step-by-step examples: how to use lids to count
• Work sheet A: Rabbit Maths (work forward) [example + 2 sums]
• Work sheet B: Cheesy Maths (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet C: Fishy fun (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet D: work forward – number plates [example + 5 sums]
• Work sheet E: work forward – number plates [example + 5 sums]
• Work sheet F: work forward – number plates [example + 5 sums]
• Work sheet G: Maths-on-fire! (work backward) [example + 3 sums]
• Work sheet H: What is your number? (work backward) [example + 3 sums]
• Work sheet I: Tiger Maths! (work backward) [example + 3 sums]

Part 2.4   Count by breaking up numbers (0 – 1 000)

• Three step-by-step examples: how to break up numbers, group it and add it together
• Work sheet A: Keys (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet B: Dancing bears (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet C: Hooty Maths (work forward) [3 sums]
• Work sheet D: Racing Maths (work forward) (number plates) [example + 5 sums]
• Work sheet E: Racing Maths (work forward) (number plates) [example + 5 sums]
• Work sheet F: Racing Maths (work forward) (number plates) [example + 5 sums]
• Work sheet G: Angry monster Maths (work backward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet H: Clown Maths (work backward) [example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet I: Jelly Maths (work backward) [example + 4 sums]

Part 2.5   Millions and billions

• Work sheet A: millions [6 zeros] (Challenge!!!) (shapes)[example + 4 sums]
• Work sheet B: billions [9 zeros] (Challenge!!!) (cell phone) [example + 3 sums]
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