Year 4 Maths worksheets by School Year
Partitioning is splitting numbers into their different parts – for example, 123 is partitioned as 100 + 20 + 3. Children use partitioning in all their calculations in primary school; using their place value skills, this worksheet will help them practise partitioning numbers up to five digits long.
Place value is one of the building blocks of primary maths education. Help your child practise identifying the value of each digit in a number with this worksheet and boost their confidence with units, tens, hundreds, thousands and more.
Can you explain multiplication to your child? Our guide offers a quick review of what you need to know, including partitioning numbers, column multiplication and grid methods.
From sharing and grouping to shorthand division and chunking, this is your step-by-step guide to how your child will be taught to divide numbers in KS2.
This worksheet helps your child to subtract decimal numbers using the column method, practising setting out the calculations correctly.
This worksheet shows children the relationship between multiplication and division. It encourages them to write out number sentences containing the same numbers in different ways.
Use this worksheet for children to work out different coordinates according to their colour on the grid.