
4Year 4 Worksheets
 Counting
 Number Patterns

Number Properties

4.2Identify the Digit with a Particular Place Value

4.3Value of Underlined Digit with Numbers Up to 1000

4.10Convert from Expanded Form

4.11Convert Numbers with Tens, Hundreds, Thousands

4.12Simplify Expanded Form

4.23Solve Inequalities Using Estimation

4.27Estimate Quotients

4.45Distributive Property

4.46Simplify Variable Expressions

4.50Choose the Equivalent Fraction

 Addition

Estimation

4.14Rounding with Numbers Up to 5000

4.15Rounding with Numbers Up to 100,000

4.23Solve Inequalities Using Estimation

4.24Estimate Sums with Numbers Up to 100,000

4.25Estimate Differences

4.26Estimate Products Up to 1000

4.27Estimate Quotients

4.28Estimate Quotients Up to 10,000

4.29Estimate Quotients Up to 1000

4.60Round Decimals

 Subtraction

Multiplication

4.30Multiplication with a Specific Number Up to 12

4.31Multiplication by 10

4.32Multiplication Tables

4.35Multiply Numbers Up to 1000 Ending in Zeros

4.38Multiply 3, 4 Numbers Up to 100

4.41Find Missing Factors

4.42Missing Factors

4.43Multiply Three or More Numbers

4.44Multiply Three or More Numbers Up to 100

4.55Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.56Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

 Division
 Mixed Equations
 Algebra

Fractions

4.47What Mixed Fraction Is Shown?

4.48Compare Fractions

4.50Choose the Equivalent Fraction

4.51Make Equivalent Fractions

4.52Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms

4.53Reduce to Lowest Terms

4.55Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.56Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers

4.57Add and Subtract Fractions

4.58Add Three Fractions

 Decimals
 Money
 Measurement

Geometry

4.71Find the Perimeter

4.72Perimeter: Find the Missing Side Length

4.73Area with Unit Squares and Units

4.74Area with Unit Squares

4.75Compare Area and Perimeter of Two Figures

4.84Identify Simple Planar and Solid Shapes

4.85Which 2 Dimensional Shape Is Described?

4.86Identify Planar and Solid Shapes

4.87Compare Sides and Corners

4.88Which Shape Is Described?

4.89Regular and Irregular Polygons

4.90Types of Triangles

4.91Angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 Degrees

4.92Acute, Right, Obtuse, and Straight Angles

4.93Symmetry


Time

4.78Reading Clocks

4.79Match Analog and Digital Clocks

4.80Match Clocks and Time

4.82Time Patterns

 Graphing

Comparison

4.83Venn Diagrams

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