# Fourth-grade - Math concepts

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- Greater Than or Less Than? #2
Don't mix up your greater or less than signs! Give your student some great practice doing long multiplication with this math worksheet.

- Independence Day Multiplication #3
Looking for some patriotic math practice? Salute the red, white and blue while reviewing times tables, even during summer break!

- Lattice Multiplication for Kids
Multiplying two-digit numbers can be tricky! Get some practice with the lattice method, a great alternative for kids who struggle with the traditional method.

- Multiplication: Finding the Total with Arrays
Familiarize yourself with arrays and practice using them to write multiplication sentences in this worksheet.

- Football Multiplication #2
If your child is struggling with times tables, give him a fun, football-themed practice sheet! He'll put his multiplication memory to the test.

- Football Multiplication #4
Football fans, here is a challenging drill for your student! Practice times tables with a football multiplication page.

- Multiplication and Division Review
Students will review their multiplication and division facts as they solve a variety of problems using mental math.

- Football Multiplication #5
Sports stars, stay sharp with those times tables and complete a fun, football multiplication page!

- Multiplication: Star Arrays
Arrays are useful representations of multiplication concepts. Use an array to draw and solve each multiplication problem in this worksheet.

- Multiplication: Equal Group Problems (Part One)
Calling all math-bots! Use the equal group drawings to solve the multiplication problems shown here.

- Multiplication: Array Multiplication (Part Two)
In this worksheet, we'll review a sample array together. Then it's your turn to practice using an array to figure out the total!

- Multiplication: Brownies!
In this worksheet, you'll put your addition and multiplication skills to the test as you solve a word problem for Betty the Baker Robot.