Written Addition 4: use place value partitioning three-digit numbers in columns
Addition 4 teaches a written method of partioning and regrouping numbers to make it easier to grasp the concept of carrying over. It makes reaching the finishing line easy every time for independent learning, homeschooling or classroom teaching!
Let's take an addition question like 397 + 486. Begin by lining up the two figures vertically, or on top of one another. This is called column addition because 397 and 486 are stacked like a column.
With the method used in this worksheet, learners can add three-digit numbers with ease. They will:
- master how to add 3-digit numbers with columns maths by partitioning the numbers and recognising their place values
- and develop a firm foundation for the following stage of doing column maths: carrying over with large numbers.
Confidence breeds more confidence! And, hands on practice in adding does wonders for confidence and gradual skills development. Whether homeschooling, working independently or in classroom teaching, this math worksheet will make learners win and brighten the day.
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