4th Grade Skills, when mastered, open a new world of math to your child.
This year is when your child moves from recognizing fractions to actually doing computations with them. Where the decimal point will no longer be a mysterious dot on the page, but present new meanings to the word number!
Where geometry is no longer simply shapes on paper, but the knowledge behind everything they look at or touch.
This is a very exciting time in your kids elementary math education.
Get Prepared For Summer.
It's time to start gathering the materials you need to help your child slow down or stop the Math Summer Slide. Start with this resource of daily math facts practice.
Many teachers no longer issue homework to their classes. My question is, how is a student to reinforce what is being learned if home is taken out of the equation?
You (if you are a parent) know the value of 'home' and practice - so congratulations to you!
Use this page to access all the printable math worksheets you need to help keep your child on task and interested in their math
This list of skills is based on the 4th grade level expectatoins from Washington State OSPI
These Grade Level Expectations are organized by basic math subject area for 4th Grade, based on Washington States OSPI. If you would rather have a basic math skills requirements list organized by subject area, that includes every requirement from Kindergarten to 6th grade in one downloadable document please visit my Grade Level Expectations section.
4th Grade Skills by Subject Area
two-step word problems
equations in the form of ____ x 9 = 63;
81 ÷ ___ = 9
problems with more than one operations, as in (72 ÷ 9) x(36 ÷ 4) = _____
properties – know that equals added to equals are equal; equals multiplied by
equals are equal.
- Use letters to stand for any number, as in
working with a formula eg area of rectangle: A = L x W
Numbers and Operations
- Read and write numbers (in digits and words) up to nine
- Recognize place value up to hundred millions
- Order and compare numbers to 999,999,999 using the signs <
, > =
- Write numbers in expanded form
- Use a number line; locate positive and negative whole numbers
on a number line
- Round to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand
- Identify perfect squares (and square roots) to 144; recognize
the square root sign
- Identify Roman numerals from 1 to 1000 and identify years as
written in Roman Numerals
- Know the meanings of multiple, factor, prime number and
- Recognize fractions to one-twelfth
- Identify numerator and denominator
- Write mixed numbers; change improper fractions to mixed
numbers and vice versa
- Recognize equivalent fractions (eg ½ = 2/4)
- Put fractions in lowest terms
- Rename fractions with unlike denominators to fractions with
- Compare fractions with like and unlike denominators using the
signs <, >, =
- Solve problems in the form of 2/3 = ½ x
- Add and subtract fractions with like denominators
- Express simple outcomes as fractions (eg 3 out of 4 as ¾)
- Read and write decimals to the nearest thousandth
- Read and write decimals as fractions (eg 0.39 = 39/100)
- Write decimal equivalents for halves, quarters, eights and
- Compare fractions to decimals using the signs <, >, =
- Write deciamls in expanded form
- Round decimals to the nearst tenth, to the nearest hundredth
- Compare decimals, using the signs < , >, =
- Read and write decimals on a number line
- Add and subtract with decimal numbers to two places.
- Review and reinforce basic multiplication facts to 10 x 10
- Mentally multiply by 10, 100, 1000
- Identify multiples of a given number, common multiples of two
- Multiply by two-digit and three digit numbers
- Write numbers in expanded form using multiplication
- Estimate a product
- Use mental computation strategies for multiplication, such as
breaking a problem into partial products eg 3 x 27 = (3 x 20) = (3 x 7) = 60 +
21 = 81
- Check multiplication by changing the order of the factors
- Multiply three factors in any given order
- Solve word problems involving multiplication
- Understand multiplication and division as inverse operations
- Review the meaning of dividend, divisor and quotient
- Review and reinforce basic division facts to 100 ÷ 10
- Identify different ways of writing division problems: 28 ÷ 7;
7√28 ; 28/7
- Identify factors of a given number, common factors of two
- Review: you cannon divide by 0; any number divided by 1 =
- Estimate the quotient
- Divide dividends up to four-digits by one-digit and two-digit
- Solve division problems with remainders
- Check division by multiplying and adding remainder
and make linear measurements in yard, feet andinches (to 1/8th inch)
and in meters, centimeters and millimeters
and measure weight in pounds and ounces; grams and kilograms
and measure liquid capacity in teaspoons, tablespoons, cups, pints, quarts,
gallons and in milliliters and liters.
equivalences among US customary units of measurement and solve
problems involving changing units of measurement
- Solve problems on elapsed time
points on a coordinate plane (grid) using ordered pairs of positive whole
and draw points, segments, rays, lines
and draw lines: horizontal; vertical; perpendicular; parallel; intersecting
angles; identify angles as right, acute, or obtuse.
polygons – Triangle, quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon and octagon (regular)
Parallelogram, trapezoid, rectangle, square.
and draw diagonals of quadrilaterals.
Identify radius (plural: radii) and diameter; radius = ½ diameter
similar and congruent figures
the formula for the area of a rectangle (Area = length x width) and solve
problems involving finding area in a variety of square units (such as mi2;
yd2; ft2; in2; km2; m2;
volume of rectangular prisms in cubic units (cm3, in3)
and interpret bar graphs and line graphs
When your child has mastered their 3rd Grade Skills, it's time to move on and up to Fourth grade skills!
And don't forget to head over to our home page!
Here you will find great resources
to help you tutor your child, such as manipulatives
, math puzzles and activities!
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