Year 4 Maths worksheets by School Year
Revise multiplication and division number sentences with this 6 times table division facts worksheet.
Aliens from Pluto have six legs; aliens from Uranus have three legs. Using their knowledge of the 6 times table, can your child work out how many aliens attended a meeting if there were 39 legs in the room? This tricky puzzle will add some fun to multiplication revision.
A fun spaceship and alien matching challenge to help your child practise their 6 times table.
Can your child use their knowledge of the 6 times table to solve a puzzle and work out the correct combination of digits to break a top-secret code?
Multiplication can also be expressed as addition number sentences. Can your child use their addition skills to help them learn their times tables? This worksheet focuses on the 6 times table.
Once they have learnt the 6 times table, set your child this quick practice drill to check they know it and are confident. Get them to race against the clock for an extra challenge!
Feeling confident about all aspects of money is a fundamental life skill, and it’s all about applying mathematical knowledge to pounds and pence. From simple addition and subtraction to division, multiplication and decimal calculations, help your child practise their money maths with games, activities and worksheets, as well as teachers’ tips to support financial learning at home. But beware – you might have to play shops (a lot!), as well as rewarding calculator challenges with pocket money bonuses!
Have your child work out how much money these four people spent on their shopping.
Have your child shade the 100-square grids on this worksheet to show the given fraction or decimal.
Test your child's understanding of fractions and how to calculate them with these number problems.
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Learning to tell the time is a process which spans the primary-school years, and children can find it overwhelmingly hard. The Telling the Time pack is a complete guide to everything you need to know to support your child and help them get to grips with this vital skill, bursting with practical suggestions, advice from experts and activity sheets for all the key stages.
Use this worksheet to practise adding four-digit numbers using the column method.
This worksheet provides lots of sums for children to do in order to practise their column addition.
Our Terrific Times Tables pack is full of ideas and tips to help your child learn – and even enjoy it! We share practical ideas for memorising all 12 sets, as well as tips to help make practice easy. Download your pack now to reinforce your child's learning with fun games and quizzes and print out achievement certificates to reward their effort.
This worksheet encourages your child to estimate how long it takes them to do certain things throughout the day. They then need to time themselves doing these things and compare the results.
A worksheet designed to prompt children to work out addition of three-digit numbers using the column method.
On this sheet, children can cut out sweets labelled with negative and positive numbers and then put them in order. There is also a blank template for them to make their own activity.
An activity involving cutting out cards and matching a division problem to the correct working out.