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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Shape Pattern | Difficult

This bundle has two missing shapes in each pattern sequence. Recognize the pattern and complete it.

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Inserting Commas | Up to Hundred Millions

Start with the ones' place and proceed toward the left; insert a comma after the hundreds' place and hundred thousands' place.

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Adding Fractions on Number Lines | Proper Fractions

Incorporate the number line model, a visual and concrete tool, to understand the addition of proper fractions.

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Converting between Meters, Centimeters, and Millimeters

Apply the conversion factors: 1 m = 100 cm, 1 cm = 10 mm, and 1 m = 1000 mm in comparing and converting the integer measures.

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Reading Pictographs

Pictures and data go hand in hand in pictographs. Read the pictograph, decipher the data with the help of the key, and solve the problems.

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Naming, Drawing, and Labeling Models

Represent the models using the apt symbols and indicated letters; draw a model observing the symbols and label them.

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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.

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Naming Quadrilaterals

Look at the arrow marks and hatch marks, identify the parallel and congruent sides, and name each quadrilateral.

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Recognizing Lines of Symmetry

Determine whether the dotted line divides a figure into two congruent halves to decide if it's a line of symmetry or not.

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4-Digit Numbers Minus 2-Digit and 3-Digit Numbers

Borrow wherever required and subtract a 3-digit or 2-digit number from 4-digit numbers.

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Lattice Multiplication | 2-Digit and Single Digit

Use the lattice method to multiply 2-digit numbers with single digit numbers and understand multiplication better.

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Prime or Composite | Coloring Activity

Hunt for the prime stars and composite stars in the sky and color them according to the given color code.

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