Foundations of Addition

Chapter 1: Introducing the book
LO 1: Appreciating the four arithmetic operations
LO 2: Recalling addition, the atom of operations

Chapter 2: Foundations of counting
LO 1: Differentiating between numbers, numerals and digits
LO 2: Learning to count
LO 3: Recognising the importance of unit (i)
LO 4: Analysing multiple units
LO 5: Explaining the importance of 'like units'
LO 6: Counting and comparing 'unlike units'
LO 7: Discussing the use of the decimal number system
LO 8: Exploring 'value of place' in everyday living
LO 9: Identifying place value and face value of digits
LO 10: Visualising numbers in the decimal number system
LO 11: Interpreting numbers as a mixture of place value packets

Chapter 3: Foundations of addition
LO 1: Knowing what all to count
LO 2: Being aware of set as an integral part of our lives
LO 3: Knowing what all to add
LO 4: Experiencing set in the decimal number system

Chapter 4: The need for addition
LO 1: Understanding the need of addition
LO 2: How addition saves times
LO 3: Using (forward) skip counting to add
LO 4: How manipulatives help learn addition

Chapter 5: Getting ready to add
LO 1: Discovering the first step in addition
LO 2: Expressing addition in a universal description
LO 3: Being comfortable with `+'
LO 4: Adding 2 apples + 2 oranges + 3 apples + 2 apples
LO 5: Critiquing addition of apples and oranges
LO 6: Adding quantities expressed in unlike units

Chapter 6: Addition - the operation
LO 1: Discovering the sum of 7 + 3
LO 2: Exploring 7 + 3 and 3 + 7
LO 3: Diagnosing ‘1 + 2 + 3 + 4 + 5'
LO 4: Finding the sum of two numbers
LO 5: Adding multiple like quantities
LO 6: Adding multiple unlike quantities
LO 7: Making addition simpler
LO 8: Comprehending carry generated in addition
LO 9: Stating the carry generated at tens place and hundreds place

Chapter 7: Addition in common parlance
LO 1: is Appreciating mixing' and 'adding'
LO 2: Learning to mix sugar and milk

Chapter 8: Summing up
LO 1: Explaining addition of numbers from the right
LO 2: Understanding addition of numbers from the left
LO 3: Mapping the possible values of carry
LO 4: Relating to why carry is commonly believed to be `1!