31 May Have you ever needed to learn how to use the Partitioning Method when attempting addition of 4 digit numbers?

Let Key Stage 2 Maths help you with our online video tutorial explaining how the Partitioning Method works and how you can use it to solve addition problems with 4 digits.

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## Using the Partitioning Method

Our “Partitioning Method” video explains exactly how to apply the Partitioning Method when attempting to add 4 digit numbers.

Our 2 minute video will cover all that you need to know about the Partitioning Method which can be used when solving addition problems from a Key Stage 2 Maths perspective.

## Partitioning Method Explained

We’re now going to solve the same additional sum but using partitioning instead.

Sum: 1732 + 8489

This time we’re going to partition numbers in their Thousands (Th), Hundreds (H), Tens (T) and Units (U).

So, how many Thousands do we have?

Thousands: 1,000 + 8,000 = 9,000

How many Hundreds are we looking at?

Hundreds: 700 + 400 = 1,100

How many Tens?

Tens: 30 + 80 = 110

How many Units?

Units: 2 + 9 = 11

You then add up all of these amounts. This has given us the same answer as we got in the column addition method. Primary school teacher who has worked throughout London and Hertfordshire. Add Tina Mavadia to Google Plus or check out my Key Stage 2 Maths channel on YouTube.
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