Year 4 Maths worksheets by School Year
This worksheet provides lots of sums for children to do in order to practise their column addition.
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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.
Use this worksheet to help your child practise positive and negative numbers on a horizontal and vertical number line.
Real-life word problems to help your child practise using written methods for division.
Use this worksheet to practise rounding measurements of length to the nearest whole number.
A matching activity for children to practice applying their knowledge of equivalent fractions.
This worksheet involves real-life word problems that need to be solved using column addition. All the numbers used have three or four digits.
A worksheet to encourage your child to think of equivalent fractions to match those given.
This worksheet will give your child practice in carrying out column addition with three- and four-digit numbers.
Splitting big numbers can help your child learn to divide them correctly. Remind them to watch out for remainders!
Help your child tackle simple division problems, practising how to translate a story problem into a number sentence.
Column addition practice is much easier if your child is using a grid to help them keep the units, tens, hundreds and thousands in the right place value columns! Working through this worksheet will help them test the technique.
Counting on in hops and number lines are the methods used to solve these addition calculations. This worksheet offers your child a step-by-step reminder of the technique and then lots of addition problems to practise on.
A good revision worksheet to remind your child about equivalent fractions and how to calculate them. The pictorial representation is particularly helpful when explaining the concept to your child.
When solving problems using a number line your child will learn to partition the number and count back. This worksheet explains the technique and offers some subtraction problems for your child to practise on.