# Fourth-grade - Math concepts

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- Wild Word Problems: Multiplication
This fourth grade multi-digit multiplication worksheet uses inspiration from the animal kingdom to create fascinating word problems.

- Factor Rainbows
With this worksheet, your students will use factor rainbows as a strategy to find all the factor pairs of a given number.

- Multiplication Chart
This under-the-water themed multiplication chart keeps things cheerful for your child as she's memorizing her times tables and solving tricky problems!

- Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade
In this assessment, your students will flex their math muscles as they use all four operations to solve a series of word problems.

- Math Mixed Review Part 1: Flying Through Fourth Grade
From multi-digit subtraction to identifying prime numbers, assess each studentâ€™s mastery of a variety of fourth-grade math skills.

- Related Facts: Make Multiplication Sentences
Who knew that multiplication and addition were so closely related? Give your fourth grader practice with the concept, with this valuable worksheet.

- Partial Products & Area Models
Students are able to see the computations involved in multi-digit multiplication through these visuals models.

- Inverse Operations: Division
Learn about the relationship between division and multiplication with this inverse operations worksheet.

- From Time to Time: Converting to Hours, Days, and Weeks
Boost your child's time sense with a lesson in time conversion. This word problem worksheet challenges him to convert a unit of time to hours, days, or weeks.

- Quick Trick: Multiply Three Numbers
This valuable worksheet teaches your fourth grader how to multiply three numbers, and gives him practice with the skill.

- Olympic Arithmetic: Ice Hockey Word Problems
Help your fourth grader celebrate the Winter Olympics season by incorporating snow sports into math practice: geometry word problems focused on ice hockey.

- Multiplication Mischief: Central USA
Barry the Bandit is at it again! Encourage your fourth grade detective to use his multiplication skills in order to solve the case of a fleeing fugitive.

- Multiplication: Hop Along the Number Line (Part One)
Hop to it! Help Hoppy the Frog Bot hop along the number lines in this multiplication worksheet.

- Calculate Sales Tax
Nobody wants to pay sales tax, but 4th grade is as good a time as any to learn it! Add some favorite baseball game snacks for fun and get cracking.

- Multiplication Table 30x30
Math maniacs, here's a multiplication table that goes up to 30 times 30! This is a great way to help your student practice his times table drills.

- Fill in the Factor Tree
Introduce your child to factor trees with this simple algebra worksheet.

- Multiplying by 8
How fast can you zip through these multiplication problems? Practice multiplying by 8 as quick as a ninja!

- Partial Products Method Part 2
Are your students ready to multiply larger numbers? The partial product method is a foundational part of math instruction in the upper grades.

- Multiplication Mischief: West Coast USA
Can your fourth grader assist Zoey Chase in tracking down this conspicuous culprit? Working through these multi-digit multiplication problems is the first step!

- An Introduction to Area Model
Use this teaching tool to introduce a popular multiplication method!

- Multiplying by 7
Are you a multiplication ninja? Flex your mind with these times tables that focus on multiplying by 7.

- Merchandise Multiplication
These word problems will get your fourth grader multiplying using real-life scenarios!

- Multiplying by 9
Test your little math ninja's speed with times tables! She'll practice multiplying by 9 with both basic times tables and a few equations with bigger numbers.

- Multiplication: Word Problems (Part Two)
Solve word problems using one of the following strategies: draw an array, draw equal groups, skip count forward, repeated addition, or multiplication sentences.