Year 4 Maths worksheets by School Year
In Year 2 children learn to tell the time to quarter past and quarter to the hour. Help them practise with this simple matching worksheet.
Help your child revise time-telling skills with this simple worksheet. Can they write 'quarter past' and 'quarter to' correctly on the clock faces?
Do you dread decimals? Don't! Our Decimals made simple learning pack aims to take you through every aspect of primary-school decimal learning, from using decimal notation in money and measurements to converting fractions to decimals and rounding decimals to the nearest whole number. As well as a year-by-year guide to what your child learns you'll be able to complete 35 worksheets with your child to help them put their decimals knowledge into practice. And why not end a study session with a quick decimal game? Use the number spinner provided to try your hand at making the biggest (or smallest) decimal number, or speed-racing some decimal multiplication or division.
Help Spotty the space dog reach his spaceship by filling in the blanks on these number lines, which can only be done by counting in 6s. Are you up for the challenge?
Use a Venn diagram to sort the numbers on this worksheet to show which are in the six times table, which are greater than 30, which fall into both categories, and which don't belong in any of the categories.
Get some early SATs preparation in with the help of this timed mental maths test, with questions aimed at students in year 4.
For primary school students, mental maths is more than being able to work out sums in their head without writing anything down. It's an important skill that incorporates all of the maths concepts they learn, and that they'll be tested on throughout the primary-school years. Help your child gain confidence and accuracy in mental maths with tests targeted at their year group, plus a comprehensive guide for parents on what mental maths is all about.
Need some fun strategies to help your child's times tables stick? Our Times Tables Funpack offers puzzles and games galore. There are fairground ducks to hook, safe codes to decipher, dominoes to play with and more. Your child will be so busy puzzle-solving, they won't even realise they're putting their tables into practice.
Download this fun Sudoku puzzle for kids in KS2, using numbers 1-6.
Which of these number sentences from the 7 times table are correct, and which aren't? What would you do to fix the incorrect ones?
In this 7 times table worksheet, divide each number in the first speed grid by 7, then try to beat your own record by completing the rest of the grids!
Have your child colour in the aliens' eyes that show multiples of 7 in this fun times table worksheet.
Ready for a challenge? Work through these 7 times table speed grids, trying to beat your previous time with each go. How quickly can you complete one grid?
How well do you know the 7 times table? Test yourself by colouring in the correct answer to the number sentences on this worksheet.
Have your child work through the 7 times table in order on the left of this worksheet, then test their knowledge with jumbled up number sentences on the right.
What's missing from these 7 times table number sentences? Fill in the correct number in each crater.
Match the spaceships to their aliens to complete these number sentences from the 7 times table.
Have your child rewrite the 7 times table as addition number sentences.
These number sentences have been solved, but the person who did hasn't checked their work very well! Have your child spot which ones are incorrect. For an extra challenge, have them figure out what would make the problems correct.