Free Add More Than 4-Digits Year 5 Addition and Subtraction Learning Video Clip

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Step 1: Free Add More Than 4-Digits Year 5 Addition and Subtraction Learning Video Clip

Tripp and Tori Backpacker visit Sweden to see some local attractions. They count the steps they take, the heights they climb and solve a problem with their hotel safe – all using their knowledge of adding more than 4 digits.

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Discussion points for teachers

1. Whose route will take the least number of steps?
Discuss different approaches to working out the answer.
Tori’s route will involve the least number of steps (36,197); Tripp’s route – 36,327 steps.

2. In what order did they visit the attractions?
Discuss approach. They are a variety of alternative routes and orders in which they visit the attractions. Children can explore which route can be completed in the fewest steps.
1. Lacko Castle; 2. Lund Cathedral; 3. Eketorp; 4. Tree Top Hotel. 109,303 (includes the 9,482 steps from Tree Top Hotel back to their own hotel.

3. How high did they climb altogether?
Discuss the need for the children will need to go back and record all the heights of the attractions. These will then need to be added together.
10,415 ft

4. Which two numbers from her list will give the total 18,436?
Discuss how to explore different combinations of numbers in their search for two numbers that, when added together, give the specified total.
9,864 and 8,572

5. Who is the overall winner?
Discuss methods for adding 4 and 5-digit numbers together to establish whether Tori or Tripp have the greatest total.
Tripp – 20,670

National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 5: (5C2) Add and subtract whole numbers with more than 4 digits, including using formal written methods (columnar addition and subtraction)

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    6 Comments

  1. great animation but the pause was in a inconvenient place, where they were asked to work out calculations but the calculations weren’t even on the page.

    Anna Sinclair

    October 23, 2019

    • Good afternoon Anna,
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      Andrea Bell

      October 23, 2019

  2. Some of the video sequences seem out…the information has gone off the screen for the first two questions before you know what the question is .

    HollyfHarrisonC

    October 16, 2019

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      Andrea Bell

      October 16, 2019

  3. This is very hard to do as you have to go back to get all the distances. It would be easier if they were all with the questions.

    Vicky St John

    October 9, 2019

    • Good Afternoon Vicky
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      Andrea Bell

      October 9, 2019

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