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 Addition and subtraction: standard written methods

Year 4 (age 8-9)

E1: HTU + TU
E2: HTU + HTU
E3: Add several numbers with different numbers of digits
E4:
Add two or more three-digit sums of money eg £4.35, £1.23, £2.67

E5: HTU - TU
E6:
HTU - HTU
E7:
Find the difference between 2 and 3-digit numbers
E8:
Find the difference between amounts of money eg £4.35 and £1.23

Year 5 (age 9-10)

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