
4Grade 4 Worksheets
 Counting

Number Properties

4.3Prime and Composite Numbers

4.4Even or Odd I

4.15Properties of Addition

4.21Choose Properties of Multiplication

4.22Factors of Multiplication

4.23Properties of Multiplication with Factors Up to 12

4.24Properties of Division

4.32Inequalities with Multiplication

4.36Divisibility Rules with Numbers Up to 10,000

4.37Divisibility Rules with Dividend Up to 10,000,000

4.38Divisibility Rules

4.39Inequalities with Division

4.45Choose the Equivalent Fraction Up to Twentieths

4.46Choose the Equivalent Fraction

4.56Identify Place Values in Decimal Numbers

4.70Inequalities with Decimal Addition and Subtraction


Addition

4.6Add Two Numbers Up to 1000

4.9Numbers Up to 1000 Review

4.10Numbers Up to 1000

4.11Complete the Equation with Sums Up to 1000

4.12Complete the Equation with Numbers Up to 1000

4.13Balance Addition Equations with Sums Up to 1000

4.14Balance Addition Equations with Operands Up to 1000

4.15Properties of Addition


Mixed Equations

4.18MultiStep

4.19Extra or Missing Information

4.64Add and Subtract Decimal Numbers Up to 2 Places

4.65Add and Subtract Decimals

4.66Add and Subtract Decimals Up to 10

4.67Add and Subtract Decimal Up to 100

4.69Complete the Addition or Subtraction Sentence

4.70Inequalities with Decimal Addition and Subtraction

4.82Write Variable Equations to Represent

4.83Solve for the Variable with Addition and Subtraction


Multiplication

4.21Choose Properties of Multiplication

4.22Factors of Multiplication

4.23Properties of Multiplication with Factors Up to 12

4.25Multiplication with a Specific Number Up to 12

4.28Multiply Two Numbers

4.29Multiply Two Numbers Up to 500

4.30Multiply Two Numbers Up to 100

4.31Multiplication

4.32Inequalities with Multiplication

4.33Estimate Products

 Division
 Estimation

Fractions

4.40Identify Fractions Up to Tenths

4.41Fraction

4.42Compare Fractions

4.43What Mixed Fraction Is Shown?

4.45Choose the Equivalent Fraction Up to Twentieths

4.46Choose the Equivalent Fraction

4.47Patterns of Equivalent Fractions

4.48Reducing Fractions to Lowest Terms

4.49Reduce to Lowest Terms

4.50Compare Fractions  Same Numerator or Denominator

4.59Convert Fractions and Mixed Numbers to Decimals

4.60Convert Decimals to Fractions and Mixed Numbers


Number Patterns

4.47Patterns of Equivalent Fractions

4.79Increasing Growth Patterns

4.80Geometric Growth Patterns

4.81Numeric Patterns

4.87Time Patterns


Time

4.53Fractions of Time Units

4.84Find the Change in Time I

4.85Change in Time Review

4.86Find Start and End Times

4.87Time Patterns


Decimals

4.54Decimals with Models

4.55Understanding Decimals Expressed in Words

4.56Identify Place Values in Decimal Numbers

4.59Convert Fractions and Mixed Numbers to Decimals

4.60Convert Decimals to Fractions and Mixed Numbers

4.64Add and Subtract Decimal Numbers Up to 2 Places

4.65Add and Subtract Decimals

4.66Add and Subtract Decimals Up to 10

4.67Add and Subtract Decimal Up to 100

4.69Complete the Addition or Subtraction Sentence

4.70Inequalities with Decimal Addition and Subtraction

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