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## Fourth Grade Math Worksheets

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## 4th Grade Math Worksheets

Endorsing learning and practice, our printable 4th grade math worksheets with answer keys amazingly fit into your curriculum. With adequate exercises in multi-digit multiplication, and division, equivalent fractions, addition and subtraction of fractions with like denominators, and multiplication of fractions by whole numbers, analyzing and classifying geometric figures based on their properties, such as parallel and perpendicular sides, angle measures, and symmetry, converting between units of measurement, making and interpreting line plots, these pdfs become the most sought after. Grab our free grade 4 math worksheets for a peek into what's in store.

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Adding 4-Digit Numbers

Repetition is the surefire way to swiftly and accurately add up two 4-digit numbers. Fuel practice in regrouping in the ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands place in the process.

Multiplication for Beginners | Factors Up to 12

If buffing up multiplication skill is on your mind, then our 4th grade math worksheet pdfs should be an obvious choice. Find the product of numbers up to 12 and solve real-life word problems too.

Listing out the Factors | Easy (1 to 50)

Break down each number into its components by finding the factors that when multiplied result in the given number. List out all the possible factors of each specified number from the least to the greatest.

Completing the Shape Pattern

Develop skills in pattern analysis with our printable math worksheets. Grade 4 kids observe the repeating pattern in each set of shapes, predict and draw the missing shape in each series.

Writing Number Words | Millions

Translate the 7, 8, and 9-digit numerals to the number words: millions, ten millions, and a hundred millions, as you work your way doubling up and enhancing your place value skills.

Writing the Missing Numbers in Equivalent Fractions

The numerator and denominator of a fraction must be multiplied or divided by the same number to create equivalent fractions. Apply this rule to figure out the missing numbers in these 4th grade math pdfs.

Measuring and Converting Inches to Feet and Inches

Build a vital life-skill as you practice measuring the length of the strips of paper in inches using the given ruler, and divide the length by 12 to express the measurement in feet and inches.

Interpreting Line Plots

Draw conclusions by interpreting the data organized as line plots in our printable grade 4 math worksheets and calculate the mean, median, mode and range to answer questions based on the line plot.

Identifying Points, Lines, Rays, and Line Segments

Look at the arrowheads and dots, and recognize each model as a point, line, ray, or line segment in Part A. Attempt sketching a line, ray, and line segment in Part B.

Parts of an Angle | Naming the Vertex and Arms

Get the know-it-alls of 4th grade to identify the parts of an angle: arms, the two rays joining to form an angle, and the vertex which is the common end point and name them in these math worksheet pdfs.

Classifying Triangles using Side Measures

How about classifying triangles based on their side measures? Label the triangles with three equal sides as equilateral, and those with two equal sides as isosceles, and the ones with unequal sides as scalene.

Drawing Lines of Symmetry | Shapes

Gravitate toward our printable 4th grade math worksheets to practice drawing a line across the shape dividing it into two identical halves and identifying if the figures are horizontally or vertically symmetrical.

Solving Multi-Digit Addition Word Problems

Armed with a touch of real-world, our exercises inculcate a love for math in grade 4 kids as they solve word problems, working with 4 to 8-digit addends, and figure out the sum.

Multiplication Drill | 50 Problems

Nothing promotes multiplication recapitulation quite like these 4th grade math worksheet pdfs. Beat the clock as you work out the timed multiplication drill comprising 50 problems each.

Finding Factors | Prime and Composite

Step up your practice in finding the factors of the numbers and identifying if the specified number is prime (divisible only by the number 1 or by itself) or composite.

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▶️ Build a 3-digit number (A)

🔒 Build a 3-digit number (B)

▶️ Fill in the missing place value (3-digit numbers) (A)

🔒 Fill in the missing place value (3-digit numbers) (B)

▶️ Build a 4-digit number (A)

🔒 Build a 4-digit number (B)

▶️ Fill in the missing place value (4-digit numbers) (A)

🔒 Fill in the missing place value (4-digit numbers) (B)

▶️ Build a 5-digit number (A)

🔒 Build a 5-digit number (B)

▶️ Fill in the missing place value (5-digit numbers) (A)

🔒 Fill in the missing place value (5-digit numbers) (B)

▶️ Build a 6-digit number (A)

🔒 Build a 6-digit number (B)

▶️ Fill in the missing place value (6-digit numbers) (A)

🔒 Fill in the missing place value (6-digit numbers) (B)

▶️ Write 5-digit numbers in expanded form (A)

🔒 Write 5-digit numbers in expanded form (B)

🔒 Write 5-digit numbers in expanded form (C)

▶️ Comparing numbers using > or < (up to 1 million) (A)

🔒 Comparing numbers using > or < (up to 1 million) (B)

▶️ Ordering numbers (up to 1 million) (A)

🔒 Ordering numbers (up to 1 million) (B)

▶️ Identifying a digit’s place value (to thousands) (A)

🔒 Identifying a digit’s place value (to thousands) (B)

🔒 Identifying a digit’s place value (to thousands) (C)

🔒 Identifying a digit’s place value (to thousands) (D)

🔒 Identifying a digit’s place value (to thousands) (E)

▶️ Blank place value reference chart (ones to thousands)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest 10 (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest 10 (B)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest 10 (C)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest 10 (up to 1000) (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest 10 (up to 1000) (B)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest hundred (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest hundred (B)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest ten or hundred (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest ten or hundred (B)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest hundred (0-1,000) (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest hundred (0-1,000) (B)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest hundred (0-10,000) (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest hundred (0-10,000) (B)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest thousand (0-10,000) (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest thousand (0-10,000) (B)

▶️ Mixed Rounding (tens, hundreds, thousands) (A)

🔒 Mixed Rounding (tens, hundreds, thousands) (B)

🔒 Mixed Rounding (tens, hundreds, thousands) (C)

▶️ Rounding to the nearest ten thousand (up to 1 million) (A)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest ten thousand (up to 1 million) (B)

🔒 Rounding to the nearest ten thousand (up to 1 million) (C)

🔒 Estimation and rounding word problems

▶️ Matching diagrams with fractions (A)

🔒 Matching diagrams with fractions (B)

▶️ Identifying fractions using diagrams (A)

🔒 Identifying fractions using diagrams (B)

▶️ Fraction kit reference page ( ↪ Video Tutorial )

▶️ Comparing fractions (A)

▶️ Comparing fractions (B)

🔒 Comparing fractions (C)

🔒 Comparing fractions (D)

🔒 Comparing fractions (E)

▶️ Compare fractions >, <, or = (common denominators)(A)

🔒 Compare fractions >, <, or = (common denominators)(B)

▶️ Compare fractions >, <, or = (uncommon denominators)(A)

🔒 Compare fractions >, <, or = (uncommon denominators)(B)

▶️ Compare fractions >, <, or = (improper fractions)(A)

🔒 Compare fractions >, <, or = (improper fractions)(B)

▶️ Compare fractions >, <, or = (mixed numbers)(A)

🔒 Compare fractions >, <, or = (mixed numbers)(B)

▶️ Simplifying fractions (A)

🔒 Simplifying fractions (B)

🔒 Simplifying fractions (C)

▶️ Equivalent fractions - coloring circles

▶️ Equivalent fractions - true or false?

🔒 Equivalent fractions - missing values

▶️ Adding Fractions (common denominators) (A)

🔒 Adding Fractions (common denominators) (B)

▶️ Subtracting Fractions (common denominators) (A)

🔒 Subtracting Fractions (common denominators) (B)

▶️ Adding Mixed Numbers (A)

🔒 Adding Mixed Numbers (B)

🔒 Adding Mixed Numbers (C)

▶️ Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers (A)

🔒 Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers (B)

▶️ Subtracting Mixed Numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting Mixed Numbers (B)

🔒 Subtracting Mixed Numbers (C)

▶️ Subtracting Mixed Fractions from Whole Numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting Mixed Fractions from Whole Numbers (B)

▶️ Completing whole numbers w/ fractions (A)

▶️ Completing whole numbers w/ fractions (B)

🔒 Completing whole numbers w/ fractions (C)

🔒 Completing whole numbers w/ fractions (D)

▶️ Converting mixed numbers to fractions (A)

🔒 Converting mixed numbers to fractions (B)

▶️ Converting fractions to mixed numbers (A)

🔒 Converting fractions to mixed numbers (B)

▶️ Converting fractions to decimals (A)

🔒 Converting fractions to decimals (B)

🔒 Converting fractions to decimals (C)

▶️ Converting mixed numbers to decimals (A)

🔒 Converting mixed numbers to decimals (B)

▶️ Comparing decimals >, <, or = (A)

🔒 Comparing decimals >, <, or = (B)

▶️ Adding decimals practice (A)

🔒 Adding decimals practice (B)

🔒 Adding decimals practice (C)

▶️ Decimal addition (missing number) (A)

🔒 Decimal addition (missing number) (B)

▶️ Subtracting decimals practice (A)

🔒 Subtracting decimals practice (B)

🔒 Subtracting decimals practice (C)

▶️ Decimal subtraction (missing number) (A)

🔒 Decimal subtraction (missing number) (B)

🔒 Adding and subtracting decimals (mixed practice)

▶️ Measuring lengths in inches (A)

▶️ Measuring lengths in inches (B)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (C)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (D)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (E)

🔒 Measuring lengths in inches (F)

▶️ Measure the object in centimeters (A)

🔒 Measure the object in centimeters (B)

🔒 Measure the object in centimeters (C)

▶️ Measuring lengths to the nearest quarter-inch (A)

🔒 Measuring lengths to the nearest quarter-inch (B)

▶️ Measuring lengths to the nearest millimeter (A)

🔒 Measuring lengths to the nearest millimeter (B)

▶️ Comparing weights using > or < (A)

🔒 Comparing weights using > or < (B)

▶️ Comparing capacities using > or < (A)

🔒 Comparing capacities using > or < (B)

▶️ Convert between inches, feet, and yards (A)

🔒 Convert between inches, feet, and yards (B)

▶️ Convert between centimeters, millimeters, and meters (A)

🔒 Convert between centimeters, millimeters, and meters (B)

▶️ Convert between ounces and pounds (A)

🔒 Convert between ounces and pounds (B)

▶️ Convert between kilograms and grams (A)

🔒 Convert between kilograms and grams (B)

▶️ Convert between cups, pints, quarts, and gallons (A)

🔒 Convert between cups, pints, quarts, and gallons (B)

▶️ Convert between liters and milliliters (A)

🔒 Convert between liters and milliliters (B)

🔒 Practice reading a thermometer (Fahrenheit)

▶️ Practice reading a thermometer (Celsius)

▶️ Converting between Fahrenheit and Celsius (A)

🔒 Converting between Fahrenheit and Celsius (B)

▶️ Counting tally marks (A)

🔒 Counting tally marks (B)

▶️ Drawing tally marks (A)

🔒 Drawing tally marks (B)

▶️ Completing tally charts (A)

🔒 Completing tally charts (B)

🔒 Completing tally charts (C)

▶️ Reading bar graphs (A)

🔒 Reading bar graphs (B)

🔒 Reading bar graphs (C)

▶️ Making bar graphs (A)

🔒 Making bar graphs (B)

🔒 Making bar graphs (C)

▶️ Analyzing bar graphs (A)

🔒 Analyzing bar graphs (B)

🔒 Analyzing bar graphs (C)

▶️ Pictographs (A)

▶️ Pictographs (B)

🔒 Pictographs (C)

🔒 Pictographs (D)

🔒 Pictographs (E)

🔒 Pictographs (F)

▶️ Practice with pie charts (A)

🔒 Practice with pie charts (B)

🔒 Practice with pie charts (C)

🔒 Practice with pie charts (D)

▶️ Reading Line Plots (A)

🔒 Reading Line Plots (B)

🔒 Reading Line Plots (C)

▶️ Making Line Plots (A)

🔒 Making Line Plots (B)

▶️ Line Plots with Fractions (A)

🔒 Line Plots with Fractions (B)

▶️ Reading Venn Diagrams (A)

🔒 Reading Venn Diagrams (B)

🔒 Reading Venn Diagrams (C)

▶️ Blank Venn Diagram (2 circles)

▶️ Blank Venn Diagram (3 circles)

▶️ Making Stem-and-Lead Plots (A)

🔒 Making Stem-and-Lead Plots (B)

▶️ Reading Stem-and-Lead Plots (A)

🔒 Reading Stem-and-Lead Plots (B)

▶️ Drawing line graphs (A)

🔒 Drawing line graphs (B)

▶️ Analyzing line graphs (A)

🔒 Analyzing line graphs (B)

🔒 Analyzing line graphs (C)

🔒 Analyzing line graphs (D)

▶️ Probability diagrams with questions (A)

🔒 Probability diagrams with questions (B)

🔒 Probability diagrams with questions (C)

▶️ Identifying prime numbers (A)

🔒 Identifying prime numbers (B)

▶️ Identifying perfect squares (A)

🔒 Identifying perfect squares (B)

▶️ Factoring numbers (up to 50) (A)

🔒 Factoring numbers (up to 50) (B)

🔒 Factoring numbers (up to 50) (C)

🔒 Factoring numbers (up to 50) (D)

▶️ Factoring numbers (up to 100) (A)

🔒 Factoring numbers (up to 100) (B)

🔒 Factoring numbers (up to 100) (C)

▶️ Prime factor trees (A)

🔒 Prime factor trees (B)

🔒 Prime factor trees (C)

▶️ Identifying prime factors (up to 50) (A)

🔒 Identifying prime factors (up to 50) (B)

🔒 Identifying prime factors (up to 50) (C)

▶️ Identifying prime factors (up to 100) (A)

🔒 Identifying prime factors (up to 100) (B)

🔒 Identifying prime factors (up to 100) (C)

▶️ Practice with square roots (A)

🔒 Practice with square roots (B)

🔒 Practice with square roots (C)

▶️ Patterns of letters

▶️ Patterns of objects

▶️ Patterns of shapes

▶️ Matching shapes and their names

🔒 Matching shapes to real-world objects

▶️ Naming Shapes

🔒 Matching similar shapes

▶️ Naming Three-Dimensional Shapes

▶️ Drawing lines of symmetry (A)

🔒 Drawing lines of symmetry (B)

▶️ Find the perimeter (A)

🔒 Find the perimeter (B)

🔒 Find the perimeter (C)

▶️ Find the area of each rectangle (A)

🔒 Find the area of each rectangle (B)

🔒 Find the area of each rectangle (C)

▶️ Draw the figure given the area (using a grid) (A)

🔒 Draw the figure given the area (using a grid) (B)

🔒 Draw the figure given the area (using a grid) (C)

▶️ Exploring area and perimeter using cheez-its (pdf guide)

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▶️ Classifying lines, line segments, and rays (A)

🔒 Classifying lines, line segments, and rays (B)

▶️ Classifying angles: right, acute, or obtuse (A)

🔒 Classifying angles: right, acute, or obtuse (B)

▶️ Classifying parallel and perpendicular lines (A)

🔒 Classifying parallel and perpendicular lines (B)

▶️ Classifying Triangles (A)

🔒 Classifying Triangles (B)

▶️ Classifying Quadrilaterals (A)

🔒 Classifying Quadrilaterals (B)

▶️ Measure angles using a protractor (A)

🔒 Measure angles using a protractor (B)

▶️ Find the circumference of a circle (A)

🔒 Find the circumference of a circle (B)

▶️ Find the area of a circle (A)

🔒 Find the area of a circle (B)

▶️ Find the volume of a rectangular prism (A)

🔒 Find the volume of a rectangular prism (B)

▶️ Plotting Points (First Quadrant) (A)

🔒 Plotting Points (First Quadrant) (B)

▶️ Plotting Points (All Quadrants) (A)

🔒 Plotting Points (All Quadrants) (B)

▶️ Reading Points (First Quadrant) (A)

🔒 Reading Points (First Quadrant) (B)

🔒 Reading Points (All Quadrants) (A)

🔒 Reading Points (All Quadrants) (B)

▶️ Pokemon Coordinate Points Activity

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 5

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 6

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 7

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 8

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 9

▶️ Practice with Number Bonds: 10

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 11-19

🔒 Practice with Number Bonds: 20

▶️ Adding using pictures

▶️ Add one (single-digit)

▶️ Add two (single-digit)

▶️ Add three (single-digit)

▶️ Adding using your fingers

▶️ Add using dice

▶️ Simple addition: single-digit (large font) (A)

▶️ Simple addition: single-digit (large font) (B)

🔒 Addition: make 10 (A)

🔒 Addition: make 10 (B)

▶️ Vertical addition to 10 (A)

▶️ Vertical addition to 10 (B)

▶️ Vertical addition to 20 (A)

▶️ Vertical addition to 20 (B)

▶️ Vertical addition to 50 (A)

🔒 Vertical addition to 50 (B)

▶️ Vertical addition to 100 (A)

🔒 Vertical addition to 100 (B)

▶️ Adding Doubles

▶️ Practice adding 7

🔒 Practice adding 8

🔒 Practice adding 9

▶️ Practice adding 10

▶️ Addition practice: add to the next ten

▶️ Addition practice: adding whole tens

▶️ Addition: fill in the missing number (up to 10)

▶️ Addition: fill in the missing number (up to 20)

🔒 Addition: fill in the missing number (up to 100)

▶️ Adding single-digit numbers

▶️ Adding double-digit numbers (A)

▶️ Adding double-digit numbers (B)

🔒 Adding triple-digit numbers

▶️ Adding one and two-digit numbers (A)

▶️ Adding one and two-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Adding whole tens (3 addends) (A)

🔒 Adding whole tens (3 addends) (B)

▶️ Adding whole hundreds (2 addends) (A)

🔒 Adding whole hundreds (2 addends) (B)

▶️ Adding whole hundreds (3 addends) (A)

🔒 Adding whole hundreds (3 addends) (B)

▶️ Adding whole thousands and hundreds (A)

🔒 Adding whole thousands and hundreds (B)

▶️ Adding two four-digit numbers (vertical)

🔒 Adding three four-digit numbers (vertical)

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction (single-digit)

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction (2-digit) A

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction (2-digit) B

🔒 Mixed addition and subtraction (3-digit)

▶️ Complete whole thousands (A)

🔒 Complete whole thousands (B)

▶️ Adding 4-digit numbers (vertical)

▶️ Adding 5-digit numbers (vertical)

🔒 Adding 5 and 6-digit numbers (vertical)

▶️ Subtracting using pictures

▶️ Subtract one (single-digit)

▶️ Subtract two (single-digit)

▶️ Subtract three (single-digit)

▶️ Subtract from 10 (A)

🔒 Subtract from 10 (B)

▶️ Simple subtraction: single-digit (large font) (A)

▶️ Simple subtraction: single-digit (large font) (B)

▶️ Vertical subtraction (to 10)

▶️ Vertical subtraction (to 20)

🔒 Vertical subtraction (to 50)

▶️ Vertical subtraction (to 100)

▶️ Subtraction: fill in the missing number (up to 10)

▶️ Subtraction: fill in the missing number (up to 20)

🔒 Subtraction: fill in the missing number (up to 100)

▶️ Subtracting single-digit numbers

▶️ Subtracting double-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting double-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Subtracting triple-digit numbers

▶️ Subtracting doubles

🔒 Practice subtracting 7

▶️ Practice subtracting 8

🔒 Practice subtracting 9

▶️ Practice subtracting 10

▶️ Subtracting 1-digit numbers from 2-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting 1-digit numbers from 2-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Subtracting whole tens from 2-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting whole tens from 2-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Subtracting whole tens from 3-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting whole tens from 3-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Subtracting whole hundreds from 3-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Subtracting whole hundreds from 3-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Subtracting 3-digit numbers (vertical) (A)

🔒 Subtracting 3-digit numbers (vertical) (B)

▶️ Subtracting 4-digit numbers (vertical) (A)

🔒 Subtracting 4-digit numbers (vertical) (B)

▶️ Subtract by borrowing over two zeros

▶️ Subtract by borrowing over three zeros

▶️ Subtraction practice: subtract to the next ten

🔒 Subtraction practice: subtracting whole tens

▶️ Practice subtracting large numbers (A)

🔒 Practice subtracting large numbers (B)

🔒 Mixed addition and subtraction (2-digit) B

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction (3-digit)

▶️ Multiplication chart (times tables to 12) - blank

▶️ Multiplication chart (times tables to 12) - completed

↪ Follow-Along Times Table Chart Video Link

▶️ Practice multiplying by 0

▶️ Practice multiplying by 1

▶️ Practice multiplying by 2

🔒 Practice multiplying by 3

▶️ Practice multiplying by 4

▶️ Practice multiplying by 5 (A)

🔒 Practice multiplying by 5 (B)

▶️ Practice multiplying by 6

🔒 Practice multiplying by 7

▶️ Practice multiplying by 8

🔒 Practice multiplying by 9

▶️ Practice multiplying by 10 (A)

🔒 Practice multiplying by 10 (B)

▶️ Multiplication practice by 5’s and 10’s (A)

🔒 Multiplication practice by 5’s and 10’s (B)

▶️ Practice multiplying by 11

▶️ Practice multiplying by 12

▶️ Multiplication table practice (1-12) w/ missing factors (A)

🔒 Multiplication table practice (1-12) w/ missing factors (B)

▶️ Multiplying using arrays (A)

🔒 Multiplying using arrays (B)

🔒 Multiplying using arrays (C)

▶️ Multiplying single-digit numbers

▶️ Multiplying double-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Multiplying double-digit numbers (B)

🔒 Multiplying double-digit numbers (C)

▶️ Mixed multiplication practice (0-12) (A)

▶️ Mixed multiplication practice (0-12) (B)

🔒 Mixed multiplication practice (0-12) (C)

🔒 Mixed multiplication practice (0-12) (D)

🔒 Mixed multiplication practice (0-12) (E)

🔒 Mixed multiplication practice (0-12) (F)

▶️ Multiplication practice - missing factors (0-5) (A)

🔒 Multiplication practice - missing factors (0-5) (B)

▶️ Multiplication practice - missing factors (6-10) (A)

🔒 Multiplication practice - missing factors (6-10) (B)

▶️ Multiplication practice - missing factors (8-12) (A)

🔒 Multiplication practice - missing factors (8-12) (B)

▶️ Multiplying whole tens by whole tens (A)

🔒 Multiplying whole tens by whole tens (B)

▶️ Multiplying whole tens by whole hundreds (A)

🔒 Multiplying whole tens by whole hundreds (B)

▶️ Multiplying whole tens by whole thousands (A)

🔒 Multiplying whole tens by whole thousands (B)

▶️ Multiplying whole hundreds by 1-digit numbers (A)

🔒 Multiplying whole hundreds by 1-digit numbers (B)

▶️ Column multiplication: 2-digit by 1-digit (A)

🔒 Column multiplication: 2-digit by 1-digit (B)

▶️ Column multiplication: 3-digit by 1-digit (A)

🔒 Column multiplication: 3-digit by 1-digit (B)

▶️ Column multiplication: 4-digit by 1-digit (A)

🔒 Column multiplication: 4-digit by 1-digit (B)

▶️ Commutative property of Multiplication (A)

🔒 Commutative property of Multiplication (B)

▶️ Associative property of Multiplication (A)

🔒 Associative property of Multiplication (B)

▶️ Distributive property of Multiplication (A)

🔒 Distributive property of Multiplication (B)

▶️ Dividing by 2 or 3 (A)

🔒 Dividing by 2 or 3 (B)

▶️ Dividing by 4 or 5 (A)

🔒 Dividing by 4 or 5 (B)

▶️ Dividing by 6 or 7 (A)

🔒 Dividing by 6 or 7 (B)

▶️ Dividing by 8 or 9 (A)

🔒 Dividing by 8 or 9 (B)

▶️ Dividing single-digit numbers (mixed)

▶️ Division facts practice (0-10) (A)

🔒 Division facts practice (0-10) (B)

▶️ Division facts practice (0-12) (A)

🔒 Division facts practice (0-12) (B)

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🔒 Dividing double-digit numbers (B)

🔒 Dividing double-digit numbers (C)

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🔒 Find the missing dividend/divisor (1-12) (C)

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🔒 Dividing by whole tens (B)

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🔒 Dividing by whole hundreds (B)

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🔒 Dividing 3 or 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers (B)

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🔒 Mixed multiplication and division (B)

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🔒 Long division practice (no remainder) (C)

🔒 Long division practice (no remainder) (D)

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🔒 Long division practice (possible remainder) (B)

🔒 Long division practice (possible remainder) (C)

🔒 Long division practice (possible remainder) (D)

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🔒 Adding/Subtracting 3 numbers (w/ parenthesis) (B)

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🔒 Adding/Subtracting 4 numbers (w/ parenthesis) (B)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting 5 numbers (w/ parenthesis) (A)

🔒 Adding/Subtracting 5 numbers (w/ parenthesis) (B)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting 6 numbers (w/ parenthesis) (A)

🔒 Adding/Subtracting 6 numbers (w/ parenthesis) (B)

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🔒 Adding/Subtracting/Multiply (w/parenthesis) (3-4 numbers)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting/Multiply (no parenthesis) (5-6 numbers)

🔒 Adding/Subtracting/Multiply (w/parenthesis) (5-6 numbers)

▶️ Extra practice (order of operations up to 6 terms) (A)

🔒 Extra practice (order of operations up to 6 terms) (B)

▶️ Addition word problems (single-digit)

▶️ Addition word problems (2-digit) A

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▶️ Addition word problems (3-digit)

▶️ Subtraction word problems (single-digit)

▶️ Subtraction word problems (2-digit) A

🔒 Subtraction word problems (2-digit) B

▶️ Subtraction word problems (2-digit)

▶️ Mixed addition and subtraction word problems (A)

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🔒 Mixed addition and subtraction word problems (C)

▶️ Multiplication word problems (single-digit)

▶️ Multiplication word problems (double-digit) (A)

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▶️ Division word problems (basic) (A)

▶️ Division word problems (basic) (B)

🔒 Division word problems (basic) (C)

🔒 Division word problems (basic) (D)

▶️ Division word problems (intermediate) (A)

▶️ Division word problems (intermediate) (B)

🔒 Division word problems (intermediate (C)

🔒 Division word problems (intermediate) (D)

▶️ Division word problems (advanced) (A)

▶️ Division word problems (advanced) (B)

🔒 Division word problems (advanced) (C)

🔒 Division word problems (advanced) (D)

▶️ Mixed multiplication and division word problems (A)

▶️ Mixed multiplication and division word problems (B)

🔒 Mixed multiplication and division word problems (C)

🔒 Mixed multiplication and division word problems (D)

▶️ Mixed 4 operations word problems (A)

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🔒 Mixed 4 operations word problems (C)

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🔒 Shopping word problems (money counting) (C)

▶️ Time word problems (A)

🔒 Time word problems (B)

🔒 Time word problems (C)

▶️ Measurement word problems (in, ft, and yds) (A)

🔒 Measurement word problems (in, ft, and yds) (B)

▶️ Measurement word problems (cm, mm, and m) (A)

🔒 Measurement word problems (cm, mm, and m) (B)

▶️ Length word problems (in inches) (A)

🔒 Length word problems (in inches) (B)

▶️ Length word problems (in centimeters) (A)

🔒 Length word problems (in centimeters) (B)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting decimals word problems (A)

🔒 Adding/Subtracting decimals word problems (B)

🔒 Adding/Subtracting decimals word problems (C)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting fractions word problems (A)

🔒 Adding/Subtracting fractions word problems (B)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting fractions word problems (easy) (C)

▶️ Adding/Subtracting fractions word problems (advanced) (D)

▶️ Multiplying fractions by whole numbers word problems (A)

🔒 Multiplying fractions by whole numbers word problems (B)

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warm-up activities

cool-down activities and exit tickets

homework assignments

independent practice

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No matter how you choose to use our worksheets, when implemented properly, they can be a great tool for supporting your fourth graders math education. The key is giving students opportunities to learn math in a meaningful way that is appropriately challenging and engaging. On the other hand, if math is presented in a way that is fast paced, monotonous, highly repetitive, and/or super boring, students are subject to adopt the belief that math is a dull subject that is not fun or enjoyable.

Finally, as we said earlier, our fourth grade math worksheets are designed with our core belief that effective math instruction should give students opportunities to interact with mathematics in way that allows them to make deep connections and understandings. Fourth graders are open-minded and curious learners and effective teachers know how to channel their curiosity into engaging learning experiences. If we don’t help our students to learn to love math at a young age, then we are doing them a great disservice as many desirable career paths require strong math skills.

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## 4th Grade Math Worksheets Hub Page

Welcome to our 4th Grade Math Worksheets area.

Here you will find a wide range of free printable Fourth Grade Math Worksheets, and Math activities your child will enjoy.

Take a look at our decimal place value sheets, our mental math sheets, or maybe some of our equivalent fraction worksheets. Perhaps you would prefer our statistics worksheets, or how to measure angles?

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## 4th Grade Math Learning

Here are the standards for the end of the year for 4th Grade.

- Understand and use place value up to 1 million.
- Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form
- Use place value to round any whole number to any place.
- Find factor pairs for any whole number up to 100.
- Find out if any number up to 100 is prime or composite.
- Generate a shape or number pattern that follows a rule.
- Fluently add and subtract multi-digit numbers using the standard algorithm.
- Multiply a whole number with up to 4 digits by a single digit number.
- Multiply two 2-digit numbers.
- Find whole number quotients and remainders with up to 4-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors.
- Solve multi-step word problems with whole numbers and having whole-number answers
- Compare two fractions with different denominators and different numerators.
- Explain why a fraction (a/b) is equivalent to a fraction (n x a)/ (n x b) using visual models
- Decompose a non-unit fraction into the sum of fractions with the same denominator in different ways.
- Add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators.
- Understand the fraction a/b as a multiple of the fraction 1/b
- Multiply a fraction by a whole number.
- Express a fraction with a denominator of 10 as an equivalent fraction with a denominator of 100.
- Use the above fact to add two fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 together.
- Convert fractions with denominators of 10 or 100 into decimals and back to fractions.
- Solve measure problems involving converting a larger unit to a smaller unit.
- Convert measurements from one unit to another.
- Use all 4 operations to solve word problems involving a range of different measures.
- Make a plot line to display a data-set of units in fractions of a unit.
- Understand what an angle is.
- Measure and draw an angle accurately using a protractor.
- Solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles.
- Draw and recognize points, lines, line segments, rays, angles (right, acute, obtuse), and perpendicular and parallel lines.
- Recognize and draw lines of symmetry in 2D shapes and figures.
- Classify shapes in a variety of ways using their properties.
- Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles.

## 4th Grade Math Worksheets

On this page you will find link to our range of math worksheets for 4th grade.

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## Word Problems Zone

Fractions zone.

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## Geometry Zone

Data analysis zone.

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## Place Value & Number Sense Zone

4th grade place value worksheets.

Using these 4th grade math worksheets will help your child to:

- Understand decimals;
- Use place value notation with tenths and hundredths;
- Know how to read and write numbers to 10 million;
- Understand place value to 10 million.
- Decimal Place Value Worksheets
- 4th Grade Place Value up to 6 digits
- Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers up to 6 Digits
- Ordering Decimals Worksheets
- Decimal Number Line Worksheets
- Roman Numerals worksheets

## Fourth Grade Number Worksheets

- learn to estimate and approximate;
- order numbers, including negative numbers and decimals;
- learn how to place decimal numbers on a number line;
- understand and use multiples and factors, and know what a prime number is;
- complete the missing number to balance a math equation.
- Factors and Multiples Worksheet
- Rounding to the nearest 1000 worksheets
- Rounding Decimals to the nearest whole
- Rounding to the nearest tenth
- Balancing Math Equations
- Decimal Number Bonds to 1

## Fourth Grade Counting Worksheets

Using these sheets will support you child to:

- count on and back by multiples of 10;
- fill in the missing numbers in sequences;
- count on and back into negative numbers.
- Counting in Multiples of 10 Worksheets

## 4th Grade Mental Math Zone

Here you will find a range of printable mental math 4th grade sheets for your child to enjoy.

Each quiz tests the children on a range of math topics from number facts and mental arithmetic to geometry, fraction and measures questions.

A great way to revise topics, or use as a weekly math test or math quiz!

- Mental Math Worksheets 4th Grade

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## Addition Worksheets 4th Grade

- add multiple numbers in columns up to 5 digits;
- add numbers in columns, including money amounts with up to two decimal places.
- Free Addition Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Addition Worksheets with Multi-Addends
- Money Addition Worksheets ($)

## Subtraction Worksheets 4th Grade

- learn to subtract numbers with up to 5 digits;
- learn to subtract numbers involving money with decimals with up to two decimal places.
- Free Subtraction Worksheets (randomly generated)
- 5 Digit Subtraction Worksheets
- Money Subtraction Worksheets ($)

## Multiplication Worksheets 4th Grade

- use their multiplication table knowledge to multiply by 10s and 100s mentally
- multiply any whole number by a single digit;
- multiply a two or three digit number by a two digit number.
- Times Table Worksheets Circles 1 to 12 tables
- Times Tables Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Multiplying by 10 and 100 Worksheets
- Multiplying by Multiples of 10 and 100
- Single Digit Multiplication Graded Sheets
- Double Digit Multiplication Worksheets (graded)
- Single Digit Multiplication Worksheets Generator
- Multi-Digit Multiplication Generator
- Free Multiplication Worksheets (randomly generated)
- Multiplication & Division Worksheets (randomly generated)

## Multiplication Word Problems

- Multiplication Word Problems 4th Grade

## Division Worksheets 4th Grade

Using these 4th grade math worksheets will help your child learn to:

- apply their division facts up to 10x10 to answer related questions involving 10s and 100s.
- divide any whole number by a single digit.
- Divding by Multiples of 10 and 100 Worksheets
- 4th Grade Long Division Worksheets

These sheets involve solving a range of division problems.

- Division Worksheets Grade 4 Word Problems
- Division Facts Worksheets (randomly generated)

## All 4 Operations Worksheets

Often we want to give students a whole range of worksheets on a range of operations to see which ones they still need to practice.

These worksheets involve using each of the 4 operations to work out a range of calculations.

There are sheets for mental calculations only and also sheets to practice standard written methods.

- Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Worksheets 4th Grade

## Fourth Grade Math Problems

- apply their addition, subtraction and problem solving skills;
- apply their knowledge of rounding and place value;
- solve a range of 'real life' problems;
- attempt more challenging longer problems.

Using the problems in this section will help your child develop their problem solving and reasoning skills.

These sheets involve solving one or two more challenging longer problems.

- 4th Grade Math Problems

These sheets involve solving many 'real-life' problems involving data.

- 4th Grade Math Word Problems

These sheets involve solving a range of multiplciation problems.

## Fourth Grade Fraction Worksheets

- position different fractions on a number line;
- understand equivalent fractions;
- understand what a mixed number is;
- compare two or more fractions;
- begin to convert fractions to decimals and decimals to fractions.
- Fraction Number Line Sheets

- What is a Mixed Number Support page
- Equivalent Fractions Worksheets
- Comparing Fractions Worksheet page
- Improper Fraction Worksheets
- Fraction of Whole Numbers
- Convert Fractions to Decimal Sheets
- Convert Decimal to Fraction Sheets
- Free Printable Fraction Riddles (harder)
- 4th Grade Geometry Worksheets

Using these sheets will help you to:

- classify angles - acute, obtuse, right, reflex, straight;
- classify triangles - acute, obtuse, right;
- measure angles using a protractor;
- know that angles in a triangle add up to 180°
- plot and write coordinates in the first quadrant.
- Symmetry Activities
- Coordinate Worksheets (1st Quadrant)

## Measurement Zone, including Time & Money

- 4th Grade Measurement Worksheets

Using these sheets will help your child understand how to:

- read scales in both the standard and metric systems;
- read a scale going up in a range of fractions: halves, quarters and eighths;
- read a scale going up in tenths, fives, tens, fifties, and hundreds.
- Converting Customary Units Worksheets
- Metric Conversion Worksheets

## Area and Perimeter Worksheets

- understand area and perimeter;
- learn how to find the area and perimeter of rectangles and rectilinear shapes.
- Area of a Rectangle Worksheets
- Perimeter of a Rectangle Worksheets
- Area and Perimeter of Rectangle Worksheets

## Money Worksheets 4th Grade

On this webpage, you will find our 4th grade Money Challenges.

These challenges involve solving money problems and are a great way for kids to develop their reasoning and problem solving skills whilst practicing their counting money at the same time.

- 4th Grade Money Challenges

## Time Worksheets 4th Grade

Using the sheets in this section will help your child to:

- tell the time to the nearest minute;
- become familiar with both digital and analogue times;
- add and subtract time intervals.
- Telling Time Worksheets Grade 4 (1 minute intervals)
- 24 Hour Clock Conversion Worksheets

On this webpage there is a selection of printable 24 hour (military time) conversion worksheets which will help you learn to convert from 24 hour clock to standard 12 hour time, and from standard time to 24 hour time.

## Time Interval Worksheets

These sheets will help you learn to add and subtract hours and minutes from times as well as working out a range of time intervals.

- Add and Subtract Time Worksheets
- Elapsed Time Worksheets

## Time Puzzles - harder

Here you will find our selection of harder time puzzles.

- Time Worksheets - Riddles (harder)

Using these 4th grade math worksheets will help you to:

- draw and read bar graphs with increasingly complex numbers;
- read, interpret and draw line graphs;
- read and interpret bar graphs and venn diagrams
- Line Plots 4th Grade
- Bar Graph Worksheets 4th grade
- 4th Grade Line Graph Worksheets
- Venn Diagram Worksheet 4th Grade

## Fun Zone: Puzzles, Games and Riddles

Fourth grade math games.

- Math Games 4th Grade
- 4th Grade Math Puzzles

The puzzles will help your child practice and apply their addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts as well as developing their thinking and reasoning skills in a fun and engaging way.

## 4th Grade Math Quiz

Here is our collection of Math Quizzes for 4th grade.

Quizzes are a great way to practise math skills or to asses knowledge.

## Math Salamanders 4th Grade Math Games Ebook

Our 4th Grade Math Games Ebook contains all of our fun maths games, complete with instructions and resources.

This ebooklet is available in our store - use the link below to find out more!

- 4th Grade Math Games Ebook

## 4th Grade Seasonal Math Worksheets

We have started creating sets of seasonal worksheets for each grade.

These sheets are great for linking to a particular topic, or doing some math that relates to the time of year.

- Math Christmas Activities 4th Grade

For those of you who have found yourselves unexpectedly at home with the kids and need some emergency activities, we have developed some Math Grab Packs.

Each grab pack is a collection of 10 worksheets covering a range of math topics (plus a game in some of the packs).

They are completely FREE - take a look!

## Help & Support

4th grade math help.

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