### Video Transcript

Complete the following
sentence. Two boys and three more makes
what boys?

In this question, we need to
add together two groups of boys. Our first group contains two
boys. And we can see in the second
picture that our second group contains three more boys. Imagine two boys are having a
chat in the playground, and then three more come up and join them. We need to add these two groups
together to find the total. Two and three more makes
what?

Well, we know that we’re
starting with two boys. So we can simply count on three
more. And to do this, we could use a
number track to help us. So as we’ve said already, we
can start counting from the number two because we know there are two boys in the
group to start with. Now, we just need to count on
three more for the three more boys that arrive. And as we count on, we’ll move
our counter. Two, three, four, five. We started at the number two,
and we counted on three more numbers. Three, four, five. So we know that two boys and
three more makes five boys. The missing number in our
sentence is the number five.