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There
are many different words and phrases that represent the 4 basic
mathematical operations that children who are working towards taking their
Standard Assessment Tests will need to be aware of. (There are more but I am only
concentrating on the ones this particular age group may need). They will
be required to solve word problems as well as numeric operations. Methods for working out problems are shown on the
strategies pages.
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ADDITION
SUBTRACTION
MULTIPLICATION
DIVISION 
Number
Stories
Times Tables 


ADDITION
 add
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blob for
 plus
addition
strategies page
 more
 more than
 greater than
 total
 altogether
 sum of
EXAMPLES OF
WORD PROBLEMS
 I have 6 apples and I bought
3 more. How many have I
got now?
 Tom has 5 toy cars. Sam has 3
more than Tom. How many
toy cars does Sam have?
 Which number is 3 greater
than 4?
 What is the total
of 11 and 6?
 Ellis has 7 marbles and his
friend Meera has 6 marbles. How many do they have altogether?
 What is the sum
of 15 and 7?
SUBTRACTION
 minus
Click the
blob for
 take away
subtraction
strategies page
 less than
 subtract
 fewer than
 difference
EXAMPLES OF
WORD PROBLEMS
 What is 12 less
than 25?
 Subtract
15 from 37.
 I have 19
video games. My friend Pete has 7 fewer
than me. How many does
he have?
 What is the difference
between 10 and 6?
MULTIPLICATION
 multiply
Click the
blob for
 times
multiplication
strategies page
 sets of
 lots of (plates of, bags of,
boxes of etc)
EXAMPLES OF
WORD PROBLEMS
 Jane has 3 bags
of bananas, there are 2 bananas in each bag. How many bananas
does Jane have?
 If I have 3 sets
of 6 pencils. How many pencils do I have?
DIVISION
 divide
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blob for
 share
division
strategies page
 into
 1/2 or 1/4 of (at
key stage 1 "of" is taught as division by sharing into
2 or 4 sets because the concept of multiplying by a fraction is
far too difficult for the majority of 57 year olds to comprehend.)
EXAMPLES OF
WORD PROBLEMS
 There were 15
strawberries and they had to be shared
between 3 people. How many did each person get?
 How many
times does 4 go into
20?
 What is 1/2
of 20?


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