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Addition
Addition up to 20
Subtraction
Subtracting within 20
Addition and Subtraction Relationship
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Addition by Counting Forward

  • To add 6 and 3, we start from 6 and count forward by 3 as:
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    We reach at 9. So, 6 + 3 = 9.

EduRev Tips: It is easy to add if we start from the bigger number while doing addition by counting forward.


Addition on a Number Line

  • To add 7 and 3, we start from 7 on the number line and move 3 steps (ones) forward.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1We reach at 10. So, 7 + 3 = 10.


Vertical Addition

  • To add 6 and 2, we arrange the numbers one below the other and add as we do by forward counting as shown.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    Start from the bigger number 6 and count forward by 2 as:
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    So, 6 + 2 = 8.


Properties of Addition


Let us look at the following situations to know the properties of addition.

1. Adding two numbers by changing their order
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

While adding two numbers, the sum does not change, even if we change the order of the numbers.

2. Adding 0 to a number
There are 4 friends playing. No more friends joined them.
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

When we add 0 to a number, the sum is the number itself.


Addition up to 20


Adding 1-digit number to 10

Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1


EduRev Tips: To add 1-digit number to 10, just replace the 0 with the number. It becomes the ones place of the ‘sum’.

Addition: Counting Together by Making a Group of 10

  • Let us add two single digit numbers say 8 and 5 by making tens. 8 X-mas stars and 5 X-mas stars together give 13 X-mas stars.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    So, the sum of 8 and 5 is 13.

EduRev Tips: Adding by making a group of 10 changes the question to “adding to 10”.


Addition: Counting Together by Adding Ones First

  • Let us add a 2-digit number and a 1-digit number say, 12 and 5.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    So, the sum of 12 and 5 is 17.


Addition: Counting Forward on a Number Line

  • Look at the given number line. It shows the numbers from 0 to 20.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1


  • Let us add 11 and 6 using the number line. To find 11 + 6, start with the bigger number, 11. 
  • Now, take 6 steps (ones) forward as shown.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1We reach at 17. So, 11 + 6 = 17.


Adding Three Numbers

  • Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1Ms Yashvi is hosting a holiday cookie party for kids. Ms Yashvi helps them in adding the number of cookies they want.


Step 1: Add any two numbers first. Get the answer.
Step 2: Now, count on to add the third number in the answer you got in step 1.
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
Thus, Ms Yashvi got the answer 9 cookies because 3 + 2 + 4 = 9.


EduRev Tips: While adding three numbers, it makes no difference which two numbers are added first.


Addition Stories in Real Life Situations

  • There are 15 students in Ms Karki's class. 3 new students join the class.
    How many students are there in the class now?
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1There are 15 + 3 = 18 students in the class now.

Subtraction


Subtraction by Crossing Out

  • There are 8 carrots in the basket. A rabbit takes away 3 carrots. How many carrots are left in the basket now?
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
  • To find how many carrots are left, we cross out 3 carrots and count the remaining uncrossed carrots.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
  • There are 5 uncrossed carrots.
    So, 5 carrots are left in the basket.
    We can write it as:
    8 - 3 = 5 Or Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

EduRev Tips: When we write the smaller number below the bigger number for subtraction, 
it is called vertical subtraction.


Subtraction by Counting Backward

  • To subtract 4 from 7 by backward counting, we start with the bigger number 7 and count backward 4 ones as:
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    We reach at 3. So, 7 - 4 = 3.

EduRev Tips: We count backward by ones to subtract. The number we stop at is the difference.

Properties of Subtraction

Let us look at the following situations to know the properties of subtraction.


1. Subtracting 0 from a number
A monkey has 6 bananas. The monkey ate none. Now, 6 bananas are left with him.
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

When 0 is subtracted from a number, the difference is the same number.


2. Subtracting 1 from a number
A monkey has 5 bananas. The monkey ate 1 banana. Now, 4 bananas are left with him.
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

When 1 is subtracted from a number, the difference is the number that is just before it.


3. Subtracting a number from itself
A monkey has 4 bananas. The monkey ate all of them. No bananas are left with him now.
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

When a number is subtracted from itself the difference is 0.


Subtraction Using Backward Counting on a Number Line

  • To subtract 4 from 10, we first start with the bigger number 10 then move 4 steps (ones) backward as shown.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1We reach at 6. So, 10 - 4 = 6.


Subtracting within 20


Subtracting a 1-digit number from a 2-digit number


Case 1: When the ones digit is same in both the numbers.

  • Yajur has 15 paperclips. He lost 5 of them. How many paperclips are left with him?
  • To find how many paperclips are left, we subtract the ones digit first. 5 ones - 5 ones = 0 ones. (As subtracting the number from itself gives 0.)
  • Write tens digit (1) as it is.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1So, 15 - 5 = 10.

Case 2: When the ones digit in a 2-digit number is greater than the 1-digit number.

  • There were 16 ants in a line. 4 ants diverged from the line. How many ants are left in the line now?
  • To find how many ants are left in the line, we subtract the ones digit first.
  • 6 ones - 4 ones = 2 ones. Write 2 below the ones column.
    Now, write 1 as it is in the tens place as shown.
    So, 16 - 4 = 12.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    Thus, there are 12 ants left in the line now.


Subtracting by Backward Counting

  • To subtract 5 from 17, we begin at 17 and count 5 ones backward.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    We reach 12. So, 17 - 5 = 12.


Subtraction: Backward Counting on a Number Line

  • Look at the number line shown below. It shows the numbers from 0 to 20.
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
  • Let us subtract 6 from 14. We start with the bigger number 14 and jump back 6 steps (ones).
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1We reach at 8. So, 14 - 6 = 8.


Subtraction Stories in Real Life Situations

  • Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1Sheetal has 19 pencils. She gave 5 pencils to her brother Parag.

Parag: How many pencils are left with you now?
Sheetal: 14
Parag: How?
Sheetal: I subtracted the pencils given to you from the total number of pencils I had as follows.
Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
So, 19 - 5 = 14.
You can also count backward to subtract. Start from 19 and count back 5 ones as 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14.
Sheetal: This is how I am left with 14 pencils.


Addition and Subtraction Relationship

  • Dhruv, Manisha and Aryan have three number cards as Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1 and Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1
    Chapter Notes: Addition and Subtraction Up to 20 Notes | Study Mathematics for Class 1 - Class 1

Manisha: Add 10 and 5 in any order, the answer will remain the same.
10 + 5 = 15 or 5 + 10 = 15
Dhruv: I can write two subtraction statements for 10 + 5 = 15
or 5 + 10 = 15 as follows:
15 - 5 = 10 and 15 - 10 = 5.
Aryan: To each addition fact there are two subtraction facts.

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