4 Digit to 4 Digit Addition Worksheets
Adding a large digit value can be difficult at times. You can easily lose track of which digit you added last, and the carry from the corresponding last digits that you added will be added to which column. The most important tip for addition, especially when you are adding two large digit numbers, is that you make columns and place each digit of the first number above its corresponding digit of the other number. For example, in the case of adding 3436 with 8576, 8 comes under 3, 5 comes under 4, 7 under 3, and 8 under 6. After carefully writing each digit in its respective column and under its corresponding digit of the other number, you may proceed with doing the sum according to the rules. One more tip is carefully examining whatever the number becomes the carry part; it gets added to the right column. Answer to every addition of a column must be written in that particular column to avoid any error.

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to add ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands columns. Includes practice problems.
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Intermediate Lesson
Demonstrates how to add ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, and tenthousands columns and rename numbers.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains 20 quadruple digit addition problems. The answers can be found below.
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Independent Practice 2
Contains 20 quadruple digit addition problems. The answer key is below.
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Adding Quaruple Digits Homework
12 4 to 4 digit addition problems. A series of partial and complete examples are provided.
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Adding Quaruple Digits Quiz
10 Quaruple Digit Addition problems in this quiz comes complete with a scoring matrix.
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What Are Anagrams?
Anagrams are words or phrases made by rearranging
letters of words or phrases. Some math anagrams make words or phrases that
are equal to each other, such as these:
Twelve plus one = eleven plus two
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