Structure 3.0

Number Sentences

Produce a story that describes how you would work out an unknown number using addition, and a story that does the same for subtraction. An example is below.

●      students recognise that the sharing of a collection into equal-sized parts (division) frequently leaves a remainder.

●      They investigate sequences of decimal numbers generated using multiplication or division by 10.

●      They understand the meaning of the ‘=’ in mathematical statements and technology displays (for example, to indicate either the result of a computation or equivalence).

●      They use number properties in combination to facilitate computations (for example, 7 + 10 + 13 = 10 + 7 + 13 = 10 + 20).

They recognise samples as subsets of the population under consideration (for example, pets owned by class members as a subset of pets owned by all children).