Year 4 Maths worksheets by School Year
See if you can buy or borrow a thermometer for this activity. Put the thermometer outside your home somewhere safe. Take a reading of the thermometer at the following times. Write the temperature in each blank box in degrees Celsius or centigrade. Now plot a line graph with your findings. How are temperature and time of day linked?
This line graph shows how the temperature outside Mary’s house changes over the course of one day. Can you read the graph and answer the following questions?
Father Christmas is stuck in a maze. Help him to find a way out so he can deliver your presents! Can you give Father Christmas instructions to the maze exit? Decide which way he should go, then write down your instructions using these commands. F = go forwards, R90 = turn right 90°, L90 = turn left 90° Your instructions might look like this: F\R90\F\L90… and so on. There are lots of different possible routes; try all the exits from the centre.
Numbers to the right of the decimal point are tenths of a whole. Numbers to the right of the tenths are hundredths of a whole. Can you shade these decimals on the squares below? Remember: each square represents one whole unit, made up of 100 hundredths.
When subtracting three-digit numbers you can use a number line to help you. This method looks like adding, because it starts with the smaller number and then counts on to the bigger number to find the difference between the two numbers. You then add up all the jumps you have made on the top. Use this method to work out these sums.
When multiplying by ten, numbers move one place to the left. When multiplying by one hundred, numbers move two places to the left. When dividing by ten, numbers move one place to the right. When dividing by one hundred, numbers move two places to the right. Use this method to work out the answers to these questions.
The grid method is a good way to multiply three digits by one digit. To do this you will need to partition your numbers and put them in a table. Can you use the grid method to work out these sums?
Draw a line to match these numbers to the correct multiple underneath. (Remember, some numbers have more than one multiple.)
A FACTOR is a whole number that multiplies with another whole number to make a third number. Can you find all the pairs of factors for these numbers?
Can you use the inverse to check if these number sentences are correct? Remember: check a division number sentence is correct by multiplying the two smaller numbers to see if they make the bigger number; check a subtraction number sentence by adding the two smaller numbers to see if they make the bigger number.
Can you work out these weight word problems using kilograms and grams? You'll need to remember how many grams are in a kilogram and a half kilogram.
Can you complete these number sequences? They are not related to your times tables, so you will need to think hard about each one! Some of the sequences go backwards and some include negative numbers.
Can you answer these word problems using centimetres and metres?
Can you solve these capacity problems using millilitres and litres?
Can you solve these weight problems? To help you, you might need to change kg into g.
Can you put these numbers into this Venn diagram? Now put the same numbers into this Carroll Diagram. Think about each number in turn and then cross it off when you have put it into the correct place. It may help to write a list of multiples of 7 and 5 before you start.
What’s your favourite part of Christmas? Find information about the best aspects of the festive season for as many people as you can by asking your friends at school and your family at home. They will need to choose from the list in the table. Keep a tally of the numbers using this tally chart. Now use these axes to draw your own bar chart to show the information you have found.
When subtracting three-digit numbers, there are three different methods you can use. Work out these subtractions using whichever method you find easiest.
Can you solve these problems? Jot down the numbers you need to use on the notebooks. Think about the steps needed to work out these problems and jot numbers down as you go along. Ask a parent if you need help finding one half and one fifth of a number.
Can you double and halve these two- and three-digit numbers? Colour in a star every time you get 10/10!