Fourth-grade - Math concepts
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- Lattice Multiplication Practice
Practice makes perfect! Help your little math ninja work on two-digit multiplication using the lattice method.
- Independence Day Multiplication #2
Put a patriotic spin on math practice with these star-spangled multiplication problems! With this festive worksheet, your child will practice times tables.
- Multiplication Problem Solving Strategies
Students tackle a multiplication problem as they read for important information, choose a problem-solving strategy, and label their final answer.
- Independence Day Multiplication #1
Celebrate America's birthday by solving these star-spangled multiplication problems! Your child will get to review his times tables.
- You're the Teacher!
No reason to claim the dog ate your homework or an alien abducted your notes -- for this math assignment, you'll be the grader!
- Related Facts: Write the Addition Facts
Addition and multiplication relate quite closely! This worksheet shows your fourth grader how, and gives him practice with the concept.
- Practice Multiples
A multiple is the result of multiplying a number by another whole number. Help your students practice identifying the multiples with this worksheet.
- Practice Statistics: Instrument Interviews
Can your fourth grader help Isabela draft a bar graph to demonstrate the information she's collected in her interviews?
- St. Patrick's Day Multiplication #3
Try out your luck with these St. Patrick's Day multiplication problems, perfect for helping your little learner build basic math skills.
- Athletic Arithmetic: Multiplication Word Problems
Your fourth grader will learn to apply his understanding of multiplication to a variety of real life situations as he solves problems on this worksheet.
- Multiply Three-Digit Numbers
Your child can be a code breaker and practice her multiplication skills. Multiply three-digit numbers on this coded math worksheet, and help a math ninja out!
- Ninja Math: Multiplication
Be a master of multiplication! This fun math puzzler will bring out your child's inner math ninja.
- An Introduction to Partial Products
Use this teaching tool to introduce a popular multiplication method!
- Football Multiplication #3
Multiplication maniacs, it's kickoff time! Put your child's times tables skills to the test with a fun football multiplication sheet.
- Independence Day Multiplication #5
Salute the red, white and blue while reviewing times tables! This is review to keep math facts straight heading into fourth grade.
- Ninja Word Problems #2
Challenge your master multiplier with these ninja word problems. He'll use his comprehension skills to translate each problem into a numerical equation.
- St. Patrick's Day Multiplication #4
Building good math skills can be worth its weight in gold! Review times tables with these multiplication problems this St. Patrick's Day.
- Multiplication and Division Practice: More Ghost Hunting
Solve the multiplication and division problems and match the answers with the letters they are paired with to help find the location of the ghostly activity.
- Independence Day Multiplication #4
Get ready for the new school year with a star-spangled multiplication review! Your child will do a few times tables and some tougher multiplication problems.
- Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part Two)
Find the total by writing both repeated addition and multiplication equations.
- Multiplication Coloring Page
Review multiplication the fun way, with a coloring page! Your child can review a few times tables, and try some multiplication with two-digit numbers.
- St. Patrick's Day Multiplication #5
Can your little leprechaun collect all of these lucky clovers? Give him a challenge this St. Patrick's Day, with a few multiplication problems.
- Multiplication: Word Problems (Part One)
Solve word problems using one of the following strategies: draw an array, draw equal groups, skip count forward, repeated addition, or multiplication sentences.
- Multiplication: Array Multiplication (Part One)
Record the number of rows and columns for the arrays shown. Then, write a multiplication sentence for each one.