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We contribute to put things together. When we count one forward from a number we get one more than that number,

Another than number 3 is number 4. Counting forward implies addition. The response we get after including numbers is called the amount. Addition:

 Counting Together Look at the image. How lots of kids are standing near the board?
 Oh! Yes 3 kids are standing near the board. How lots of more kids have signed up with the previous group?
 _____ Counting together, what number do you get?

_____

Thus, we can state 3 and 2 together make 5.

We compose 3 + 2 = 5.

We read it as ‘Three plus Two amounts to Five’. + represents plus and = represents equivalent to

Plus implies counting together

1. Discover another than the offered number.

One more than 4 is _____

One more than 5 is _____

One more than 6 is _____

One more than 7 is _____

2. Count and compose. The number of in all? One has actually been provided for you.

3 and 2 More Make 5

_____ and _____ More Make _____

_____ and _____ More Make _____

3. Write the number and include in the blanks. One has actually been provided for you.

 Sign for Addition: and more make We state 5 and 3 more amounts to

8 We utilize +

indication to state plus. We utilize = check in location of equivalent to

When we count the items in 2 collections together, we state we are including them. We utilize the indication +

to reveal that we are including.+ is the indication for including. We call it plus

You understand that = implies is equivalent to

We see that 3 and 2 are 5. We state 3 plus 2 is equivalent to

5.

We compose 3 + 2 = 5

How much is 4 and 1?

 4. Total the following. +
 ___ + ___ = ___ +
 ___ + ___ = ___ +

___ + ___ = ___

5. Complete the addition and draw.

6. Count, discover the response and compose. One has actually been provided for you.

( i)

( ii)

( iii)

( iv)

( v)

( vi)

( vii)

7. Write and include in the blanks.

I. Two numbers can be included any order. 5 + 2 is like 2 +

5

8. Compose the addition realities.

( i) _____ + 4 = 7 + 2

( ii) 1 + 6 = 6 + _____

( iii) _____ + 4 = 2 + 4

( iv) 2 + 3 = 3 + _____

( v) _____ + 1 = 1 + 6

( vi) 5 + 4 = 4 + _____

( vii) _____ + 2 = 2 + 5

( viii) 3 + 6 = 6 + _____

II. Including Three Numbers:

To include 3 numbers we initially discover the amount of 2 numbers and contribute to the 3rd number.

Find the amount.

( i)

( ii)

( iii)

( iv)

III. Including Zero( a)

David has 7 balloons, John does not have balloon. The number of balloons both have?( b)

Marie has 5 pencils, she does not purchase anymore pencil from the store.

How lots of pencils does she have?

When 0 is contributed to a number, the number stays the very same.

 9. Write and include response in package. One has actually been provided for you. 8 + 0 = _____
 3 + 0 = _____ 7 + 0 = _____
 1 + 0 = _____ 0 + 9 = _____
 0 + 2 = _____ 0 + 6 = _____
 0 + 3 = _____ 0 + 0 = _____

6 + 0 = _____

 10. Word Problems on Picture Addition. One has actually been provided for you.( i) Joe had 4 doughnuts. His daddy offered him 3 more doughnuts. The number of doughnuts Joe has in all? 4 + 3
 = 7( ii) Pat went to the garden. She saw 2 flowers. She saw 3 more flowers in a row. The number of flowers she saw in all? … + …
 = …( iii) David has 5 toys and Mike has 4 toys. The number of toys do they have completely? … + …
 = …( iv) Aaron has 3 pencils. He gets 2 from his bro. The number of pencils does he have now? … + …
 = …( v) Shelly has 2 secrets. She discovers 5 more. The number of secrets does she have now? … + …

= …

(ii) 5

( iii) 9

( iv) 5

## ( v) 7

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