
4Grade 4 Worksheets
 Addition

Number Properties

4.1Convert Numbers with Tens, Hundreds, Thousands

4.4Choose the Equivalent Fraction Up to Twentieths

4.41Compare Numbers Up to 10000000

4.43Relate Addition and Multiplication

4.47Inequalities with Similar Fractions Up to 12

4.50Inequalities with Addition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers

4.64Inequalities with Division

4.85Divisibility Rules with Numbers Up to 10,000


Fractions

4.3Patterns of Equivalent Fractions

4.4Choose the Equivalent Fraction Up to Twentieths

4.6Add Two Fractions

4.7Subtract Two Fractions

4.8Add Three Fractions

4.9Subtract Three Fractions

4.10Add Fractions

4.11Subtract Fractions

4.34Compare Fractions

4.35What Mixed Fraction Is Shown?

4.47Inequalities with Similar Fractions Up to 12

4.48Add Two Mixed Fractions

4.49Subtract Two Mixed Fractions

4.50Inequalities with Addition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers

4.51Add Fractions with Unlike Denominators

4.52Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators

4.60Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.61Convert Fractions and Mixed Numbers to Decimals

4.62Convert Decimals to Fractions and Mixed Numbers

4.80Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.81Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.82Reduce to Lowest Terms

 Number Patterns

Time

4.17Time Patterns

4.30Fractions of Time Units

 Comparison

Decimals

4.22Compare Decimal Numbers Up to 2 Places

4.36Add and Subtract Decimal Numbers Up to 2 Places

4.61Convert Fractions and Mixed Numbers to Decimals

4.62Convert Decimals to Fractions and Mixed Numbers

4.63Add and Subtract Decimals Up to 10

4.67Division with Decimal Quotients

4.68Division with Decimal Quotients and Rounding


Multiplication

4.24Estimate Products

4.25Multiplication with Operands Up to 100 I

4.26Multiplication with Operands Up to 100 II

4.27Multiplication with Operands Up to 100 III

4.43Relate Addition and Multiplication

4.53Multiply Two Numbers Up to 500

4.54Multiply Two Numbers Up to 100

4.55Multiply Two Numbers Up to 1000

4.60Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.80Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.81Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.83Multiply Numbers Up to 1000 Ending in Zeros


Geometry

4.28Front, Side, and Top View

4.29Types of Triangles

4.37Acute, Right, Obtuse, and Straight Angles

4.38Angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 Degrees

4.39Estimate Angle Measurements

4.40Adjacent Angles

4.56Which 2 Dimensional Shape Is Described?

4.57Classify Quadrilateral Shapes

4.69Perimeter with Unit Squares

4.70Perimeter: Find the Missing Side Length

4.71Area with Unit Squares

4.72Area with Unit Squares and Units

4.73Area of Rectangles

4.74Area of Squares and Rectangles

4.75Find the Perimeter

4.76Relationship Between Area and Perimeter

4.77Compare Area and Perimeter of Two Figures

4.78Area of Squares and Rectangles

4.79Use Area and Perimeter to Determine the Cost

 Mixed Equations
 Counting
 Money
 Division
 Estimation

Stats

4.86Calculate Mode

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