Solve problems with and without a calculator and interpret + - and = in practical situations (a) identify the operation to use in practical problems new sub-element (b) understand that + and - represent the operations of addition and subtraction (c) understand = represents equality, and know related vocabulary e.g. equals, is equal to, is the same as. (d) know the signs for addition, subtraction, equals e) recognise the numerals 0-9 (f) understand the operators and the order to key in numbers to a calculator (g) know how to clear the calculator display, and understand tat this should be done before starting a new calculation

The Four Operations - mathematical vocabulary

Submitted by Paul Nixon on Sun, 2007-10-14 17:18

Numeracy: N1/E1.4, N1/E1.5, N1/E2.5, N1/E1.6, N1/E2.7, N1/E3.6, N1/E3.9

Resource type: Worksheet or assignment

Level: E1, E2, E3

The Four Operations – mathematical vocabulary provides a great introduction to basic Entry Level number work. Matching activity and fill-in exercise.

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