Partitioning Year 4 Place Value Learning Video Clip

Partitioning Year 4 Place Value Learning Video Clip

Step 6: Partitioning Year 4 Place Value Learning Video Clip

Allegra is a tour guide who works in Rome. Today she is organising tours and exhibits in Vatican City, and she needs your knowledge of partitioning to help her.

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Discussion points for teachers

  1. Help Allegra to work out how many visitors have entered. Discuss how the total number is being shown using knowledge of partitioning and exchange (for example, twenty-five ones can be exchanged for two tens and five ones).
  2. Have the tourists been grouped correctly? Discuss the different ways in which the numbers have been partitioned and whether they could be partitioned in any other ways.
  3. What number is missing from the final group? Discuss using knowledge of place value to compare the numbers and order them.
  4. Help Allegra to fill in the missing information.  Discuss the different ways in which the totals have been broken apart.

National Curriculum Objectives

Mathematics Year 4: (4N4a) Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations

Mathematics Year 4: (4N6) Solve number and practical problems that involve 4N1 - 4N5 and with increasingly large positive numbers

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