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In this lesson, we will learn how to write, complete, and match addition sentences to equations represented by pictures.

Q1:

Find the answer to the following:

Q2:

Let us think about when things are equal.

When we add 6 dots and 4 dots, we get 10 dots.

We show this by writing the equal sign between the expressions.

Select the picture where we can write the equal sign in the empty box.

Q3:

Add to find the total number.

Q4:

Look at the blocks. What number is missing?

Q5:

Let us think about when things are equal to 8.

Notice that 4 plus 4 is equal to 8.

We show this by writing the equal sign between the expressions. So, 4 + 4 = 8 .

Find another sum that is equal to 8.

Q6:

We write the equal sign between two expressions that are equal to the same number. We can say that dominoes are equal if they have the same number of dots.

Only one of these is correct. Select the answer that uses the equal sign correctly.

Q7:

Fares has been practicing writing the equal sign between expressions that have the same number of blocks. He has missed one out. Find the pair of pictures where the equal sign is missing.

Q8:

Pick the missing symbol so that the equation describes the total number of counters.

Q9:

Pick the missing symbol.