# 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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Explore 190+ Fourth Grade Angles Worksheets

Parts of an Angle | Naming the Vertex and Arms

Familiarize yourself with the parts of an angle by identifying the vertex and arms of an angle.

Naming Angles | Representing Angles in Four Ways

Packed with angles, this compilation requires you to name the angles in four different ways by using the numbers, vertex and points on the arm.

Identifying the Interior and Exterior of an Angle

Work your way through this resource and find if the given point lies in the interior, exterior, or on the angle.

Identifying Acute, Right, and Obtuse Angles

Help your learners identify and label the different types of angles as acute, right or obtuse angle.

Provide a perfect introduction to the world of angles by classifying the angles as acute, obtuse, right, reflex or straight.

Reading a Protractor | 5-Degree Increments

Get accustomed to using protractors and see whether you can determine the measures of different angles given in 5-degree increments.

Measuring Angles Using a Protractor | Inner & Outer Scale

Keep a protractor ready and put it to good use by measuring angles using both the inner and outer scales.

Drawing Angles with a Protractor | 1-Degree Increment

With this hands-on activity, use a protractor to draw the various angles provided in 1-degree increments.

Angles on a Straight Line Add to 180 | Find the Unknown Angle

Find the missing angle by subtracting the sum of known angle measures from 180.

Angles, angles everywhere! Explore this resource and practice estimating angle measures between 0° and 180°.

Angles Around a Point Worksheets | Find the Unknown Angle: Moderate

As the angles around a point add to 360°, find the missing angle measure by subtracting the known angles from 360.

Show the indicated time by drawing the minute hand on the clock face and find the type of angle formed by the hands of the analog clock.