# Fourth-grade - Math concepts

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- Triple Digit Division
Give your little math whiz some practice with more difficult division. She'll divide single or double digit numbers into a triple digit number.

- Long Division with Partial Quotients #1
Students will use the partial quotient strategy to solve long division problems.

- Division Puzzles
These green puzzle cubes are just waiting to be solved -- are you up for the challenge?

- Long Division with Partial Quotients #2
In this exercise, students will use the partial quotient strategy to solve long division problems.

- Long Division with Partial Quotients #3
In this exercise, students will use the partial quotient strategy to solve long division problems.

- Division: More Shark Munching
Help feed Phil, the division shark by solving the division problems then circling the problems that have no remainders so Phil knows which ones to eat.

- Is it Divisible by... 2?
Show your fourth grader how to tell if a number is divisible by two, with this helpful worksheet.

- Is it Divisible by 5?
Teach your fourth grader how to tell if a number's divisible by 5... right off the bat!

- Quick Trick: Divide Numbers Ending in Zero
Teach your kid this division trick for numbers ending in zero: simply divide the rest of the numbers, count up the zeroes, and then add them onto the answer.

- Division Shark Muncher
Solve the division problems inside each fish, then only circle the fish that have no remainders so that Phil, the picky division shark, knows which ones to eat!

- Division Practice Sheet
Does your child need help with division? He'll practice both one and two digit division with both vertical and linear equations.

- Long Division: More Whale Munching
Help feed Lenny, the long division whale, by solving the division problems then circling only the quotients with remainders so he knows which ones to eat.

- Math Maze II
Help your child practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and percentages with this fun math maze worksheet.

- Number Categorization
Does your fourth grader need help with times tables? See if she can pick out which number does not belong in each group by finding a common multiple.

- Practice Finding the Variable #2
This worksheet lets your fourth grader in on a valuable algebra trick: to find the value of a variable in a division equation, simply use multiplication!

- Dividing by Two-Digits
Practice dividing by two-digit numbers just got a lot more interesting thanks to secret codes and Ninja Aki.

- Valentine's Day Gift Division
Help your little sweetheart tackle some long division with a Valentine's Day math sheet! He'll solve each equation to find the correct answer on these gifts.

- Write Your Own Division Word Problem
Help your students dissect the process of writing a division word problem with this simple guide.

- Division Squares
Practice division in a different way with these division squares. Each row and column are division problems.

- Division Practice: Find the Mystery Island
Practice division by solving the problems and matching each answer with the letter it's paired with to find out which island has the stolen treasure.

- Is it Divisible by 10?
Ease some of the difficulty of division and improve your fourth grader's number knowledge with this worksheet that reviews divisibility by 10.

- Related Facts: Find the Division Facts
Here's a valuable worksheet that gives your fourth grader a slew of multiplication facts; he'll work to find the related division equations.

- Multiplication and Division Practice: Ghost Hunt
Solve the multiplication and division problems in this math worksheet then match the answers with the letters they are paired with to solve the spooky riddle.

- How to Calculate Slugging Percentage
Find out how slugging percentage in baseball works and try it out with this worksheet. "Why settle for a double when you can hit a home run?"