
4Grade 4 Worksheets

Multiplication

4.1Find Missing Factors

4.2Choose Properties of Multiplication

4.3Factors of Multiplication

4.4Properties of Multiplication with Factors Up to 12

4.5Multiplication with Operands Up to 100 I

4.6Multiplication with Operands Up to 100 II

4.7Multiplication Up to 1000

4.8Multiplication with Operands Up to 100 III

4.23Multiply Three or More Numbers

4.24Multiply Three or More Numbers Up to 100

4.58Inequalities with Multiplication

4.65Estimate Products

4.77Multiply Two Numbers Up to 100

4.78Multiply Two Numbers Up to 500

4.84Multiply Numbers Up to 1000 Ending in Zeros

4.111Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.112Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers


Number Properties

4.2Choose Properties of Multiplication

4.3Factors of Multiplication

4.4Properties of Multiplication with Factors Up to 12

4.32Prime and Composite Numbers

4.34Identify Factors

4.36Divisibility Rules with Numbers Up to 10,000

4.37Divisibility Rules with Dividend Up to 10,000,000

4.38Divisibility Rules

4.50Value of Underlined Digit with Numbers Up to 1000

4.51Simplify Expanded Form

4.53Convert Numbers with Tens, Hundreds, Thousands

4.55Compare Numbers Up to 10000000

4.58Inequalities with Multiplication

4.59Inequalities with Division

4.60Inequalities with Mixed Equations

4.67Estimate Quotients

4.81Distributive Property

4.82Simplify Variable Expressions

4.85Properties of Division

4.92Choose the Equivalent Fraction Up to Twentieths

4.93Choose the Equivalent Fraction


Division

4.9Division with Divisors Up to 100

4.10Division with Dividends Up to 60

4.11Division with Divisors Up to 200

4.12Division with Dividend Up to 1000

4.13Division with Divisors Up to 100 II

4.25Interpret Remainders

4.36Divisibility Rules with Numbers Up to 10,000

4.37Divisibility Rules with Dividend Up to 10,000,000

4.38Divisibility Rules

4.59Inequalities with Division

4.85Properties of Division

4.86Division with Remainder with Numbers Up to 500

4.88Division with Remainder with Numbers Up to 1000


Mixed Equations

4.14Mixed Equation with Numbers Up to 10000

4.15Mixed Equation with Numbers Up to 100

4.16Estimate Mixed Equations

4.26Extra or Missing Information

4.28MultiStep

4.60Inequalities with Mixed Equations

4.81Distributive Property

4.82Simplify Variable Expressions

4.107Add, Subtract Fractions with Like Denominators


Estimation

4.16Estimate Mixed Equations

4.21Rounding with Numbers Up to 5000

4.22Rounding with Numbers Up to 100,000

4.61Estimate Sums with Numbers Up to 100,000

4.62Estimate Sums

4.63Estimate Differences

4.64Estimate Differences

4.66Estimate Products Up to 100,000

4.67Estimate Quotients

4.68Estimate Quotients Up to 1000

4.69Estimate Quotients Up to 10,000


Measurement

4.18Compare Customary Units by Multiplying

4.19Compare Metric Units by Multiplying

4.20Convert Between Metric and Customary Units

4.123Compare and Convert Customary Units

4.124Convert Mixed Customary Units

4.125Which Metric Unit Is Appropriate?

4.126Compare and Convert Metric Units

4.127Compare Metric Units by Multiplying

4.128Convert Mixed Metric Units

4.129Convert Mixed Metric Units

4.140Convert, Compare and Subtract Mixed Metric Units

4.151Area and Perimeter

 Algebra
 Number Patterns

Time

4.48Time Patterns

4.131Fractions of Time Units

4.142Find the Change in Time I

4.143Change in Time Review

4.144Find Start and End Times

 Addition
 Counting
 Subtraction

Fractions

4.89What Mixed Fraction Is Shown?

4.90Compare Fractions

4.92Choose the Equivalent Fraction Up to Twentieths

4.93Choose the Equivalent Fraction

4.94Equal Fractions with Denominators of 10, 100, 1000

4.95Patterns of Equivalent Fractions

4.96Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms

4.97Reduce to Lowest Terms

4.98Compare Fractions  Same Numerator or Denominator

4.100Add Two Fractions

4.101Subtract Three Fractions

4.102Subtract Two Fractions

4.103Add and Subtract Fractions

4.104Add Three Fractions

4.105Add Two Mixed Fractions

4.106Subtract Two Mixed Fractions

4.107Add, Subtract Fractions with Like Denominators

4.108Add Fractions

4.109Subtract Fractions

4.111Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.112Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.113Decompose Fractions with Denominators of 10, 100, 1000

4.114Add Fractions with Denominators of 10, 100, 1000

4.117Convert Fractions and Mixed Numbers to Decimals

4.118Convert Decimals to Fractions and Mixed Numbers

 Decimals
 Comparison

Money

4.132Making Change Up to $20

4.133Making Change Up to $5

4.135Consumer Math: Unit Prices


Geometry

4.146Perimeter with Unit Squares

4.147Area of Rectangles

4.148Area with Unit Squares

4.149Compare Area and Perimeter of Two Figures

4.150Relationship Between Area and Perimeter

4.152Use Area and Perimeter to Determine the Cost

4.158Angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 Degrees

4.159Estimate Angle Measurements

4.160Adjacent Angles

4.161Identify Angles

4.162Lines, Line Segments and Rays

4.163Parallel, Perpendicular, Intersecting

4.164Acute, Right, Obtuse, and Straight Angles

4.165Types of Triangles

4.166Classify Quadrilateral Shapes

4.167Symmetry

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