# 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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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.

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.

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.