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These math riddle worksheets for 4th grade have everything you need to supplement your math instruction! They are quick and engaging, perfect for reviewing your math lessons.
Each week will have a different riddle to practice math skills that you have taught. The math riddles are ordered from 136 but you can also use them to review specific skills. The CCSS is at the top left of each page so you can choose which standard to focus on.
These math riddles worksheets are great because students can check their own answers by figuring out if the letters spelled in their response makes sense. Include them in your weekly math block or use them in the following ways:
 4th grade math bell ringers
 Independent work after the math lesson covering a standard is taught
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 Extra practice for students who need more examples
 Or as math brain teasers when you have extra time in your day
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Outline of the extracurricular lesson in mathematics «Riddles of Mathematics» (Grade 4)
PLANSUMMARY
EXTRACLEAR LESSONS IN MATHEMATICS 9000 3
MEETING OF THE INTELLECTUAL CLUB OF YOUNG MATHEMATICS
TOPIC: «Riddles of Mathematics» (grade 4)
FORM OF CARRYING OUT: oral journal
competition
Conducted by teacher
primary school
MBOU US No. 7
Efimova N.A.0042 PURPOSE :
1) Development of mental processes
(operations of logical thinking,
attention, memory, imagination),
mathematical speech.
2) Encouraging students to actively
assimilate knowledge, develop skills
knowledge in new conditions.
Expanding mathematical horizons,
Formation of interest in the subject.
3) Formation of a sense of responsibility,
collectivism, cooperation.
EQUIPMENT : magazine with five pages, cards with
tasks for teams, captains’ hats, flags, tokens, «barrels» with numbers
1,2,3, gavel for auction, scenery for dramatization, certificates, counting
sticks, books on the topic «Entertaining mathematics».
LITERATURE : V.P. Trudnev «Extracurricular work
Mathematics in Primary School,
V.N. Rusanov «Mathematical
Olympiads for junior schoolchildren,
V.N. Ignatiev «Extracurricular work
in arithmetic in elementary school”,
V. V. Volin «Feast of the Number»,
«Savvy for kids»
(entertaining tasks, riddles,
puzzles, rebuses),
Magazine «Primary School»
STUDY PROGRESS
I.
Student organization
Teacher
reads a poem:
Oh, earthly mathematics,
Be proud of yourself, beautiful,
You are the mother of all sciences,
And they value you.
For centuries you are covered with glory,
Luminary of all earthly luminaries.
You are the majestic queen
No wonder Gauss called you.
Strict, logical, stately,
Slender in flight, like an arrow.
Your unfading glory
In the ages I gained immortality.
I praise the mind of man,
The works of his magical hands,
The hope of this age,
The queen of all earthly sciences!
Hello,
Dear guests. We have gathered for a meeting of the intellectual club of young
mathematicians. It will be held in the form of an oral journal «Riddles of Mathematics», and in order to
it was not boring, we will organize a competition of three teams.
The epigraph of our
meeting will serve the words of Mikhail Vasilievich Lomonosov: “Mathematics is already
then you need to study that it puts the mind in order « . Do you agree with
such a statement?
Mathematics — very
important science. No man, no other science can do without knowledge
mathematics.
Occupation talisman
there will be an owl — a symbol of wisdom, knowledge, games.
Flipping through the pages
magazine, we will enter the world of entertaining mathematics. You will be offered
various interesting questions and tasks. To win you must be
active, strive to answer a question or complete a task faster than others.
But, remember that a real mathematician, before answering a question,
will think. For each correct answer, the team will receive a token. By
the number of tokens at the end of the game, we will determine the winning team.
So let the mind
win power! Good luck!
II.
Introduction to the topic
You, of course,
want to know what you will do? Then be able to open these
mysterious doors: read the encrypted words.
LI 100 K R 1 ON
ON 2 L
Now tell me what
you will be doing. /Turn over/
THINK DARE
GUESS
You already guess
started. Now let’s turn the first page.
III.
First Page — Magic
numbers
At the head of mathematics
worth a number. In ancient times, there was a separate science — numerology. She
studied the magic of numbers, attributing to them an influence on the fate of a person. In every number
numerology sees a hidden meaning. Each of us, it turns out, has his own
number that corresponds to the date of our birth. Do you want to know him? This
simple: add the date of birth and the month.
Take a pen.
I also invite guests to join us: I think you are also interested
determine your number. So, write down the number of your birth, next write down
month (digit). Add up these numbers. If you get a single digit, then
this one it is. If it turned out to be twodigit, then add up its numbers. So
keep going until you get a single digit. Have you counted? A
now listen to brief messages about each magic number.
/Children’s messages
(material taken from the book by V.V. Volina «The Holiday of the Number») /
I hope that
the predictions of the ancient magicians will come true. It’s time to turn the page on our
magazine.
IV.
Second page —
Troubles from a barrel
Teams
questions are offered. They will be a kind of warmup. The question number determines
captain, pulling out the «barrel». Note that all tasks are for ingenuity.
FIRST
QUESTIONS
1.
Three horses galloped 30
km. How many kilometers did each horse ride?
2.
Six pieces of potatoes
cooked in a pan for 30 minutes. How many minutes did it take one potato to cook?
3.
Two boys were playing
checkers 2 hours. How many hours did each play?
SECOND QUESTIONS
1.
Mass of a rooster standing on
two legs 4 kg. What will be its mass if it stands on one leg?
2.
Which is lighter: 1
kg of cotton wool or 1 kg of brick?
3.
There were 5 tanks in stock
fuel of 6 tons each. From two tanks, fuel was given to the collective farms. How many
tanks left?
THIRD QUESTIONS
1.
Using the numbers 0,2,4,8,
write the largest and smallest fourdigit numbers.
2.
Using the numbers 0,1,3,5,
write the largest and smallest fourdigit numbers.
3.
Using the numbers 0,4,7,9,
write the largest and smallest fourdigit numbers.
/After completing the commands
exchange materials from the “Did you know that…” rubric, which were selected by
in advance/
Warmup for
mind, now let’s move on to the next page.
V.
Third page —
Tasks
What is written on
page? / Rebus FOR — YES — CHA /
We have to decide
tasks, but not quite ordinary ones. Let’s remember how to solve logical problems.
Listen carefully to the condition: In the running competition, Vanya, Grisha and
Dima took the first three places — 1,2,3. What place did each of the guys take, if
Grisha took neither 2nd nor 3rd place, and Dima — not 3rd?
Fill in the table:

1 
2 
3 
Vanya 



Grisha 



Dima 



Which of the guys
most known?
What is said about Grisha?
Conclusion: Grisha took
1st place.
Can anyone else
take 1st place?
Who else is known?
Conclusion: Dima took
2nd place.
So Vanya is 3rd
place.

1 
2 
3 
Vanya 
— 
— 
+ 
Grisha 
+ 
— 
— 
Dima 
— 
+ 
— 
And now each
The team is given a task. The discussion time is 1 minute. you solve the problem
together, fill in the table, and then the representative of the team defends the solution with
boards.
TASKS
1.
In apartments No. 1, No. 2, No. 3
three kittens lived: white, black and red. A nonblack lived in apartments No. 1 and No. 2
kitten, white, did not live in apartment number 1. What apartment did each kitten live in?
2.
Playing, each of the three
girls — Katya, Galya and Olya — hid one of the toys — a bear cub, a bunny,
baby elephant. Olya did not hide the bunny, Katya did not hide either the bunny or the bear cub.
Who hid the toy?
3.
Three friends — Vitya, Seryozha
and Dima — colored the drawings with pencils of three colors: red, yellow and
green. Vitya colored not with a red or yellow pencil, Dima — not with a yellow one.
What kind of pencil did each use?
And now one more
task. Mathematical concepts are written on the sheets. Read the words. Find
redundant concept. Cross it out. Replace the rest of the words with a common
title and write it down.
1 team 

2 team 

3 team 
century 

addition 

meter 
hour 

division 

mm 
year 

subtraction 

decimeter 
grams 

multiply 

kilogram 
month 

crushing 

centimeter 
VI.
Fourth page —
Geometry faces
After intense
work of thought, I propose to turn the page of the magazine and digress a little.
Watch a dramatization of the poem «Triangle and Square»
/Children act out the poem/
And now in front of you
a square made up of counting sticks and divided into 9 equal squares.
Fold in front of you the same square. How many sticks do you need?
Now think
how to remove
1
team: 4 sticks so that 5 equal squares remain;
2
team: 5 sticks so that 6 equal squares remain;
3
team: 3 sticks so that 7 equal squares remain.
Now add: 1
a team of 7 sticks 3 equal triangles;
2 team of 7 sticks 2 equal squares;
3 team of 9 sticks 4 equal triangles.
The time has come
turn the last page of our magazine.
VII.
Fifth page —
Riddles auction
Each team
was homework to pick up riddles that would mention any
number. The team that names the riddle last wins.
VIII. Summing up
Upside down
last page. The lesson has come to an end. It’s time to sum up. Count
the number of tokens collected. So, the team went to 3rd place … 2nd place
Ranked by the team … In 1st place, the winners of today’s game, the team …
/Ceremony
awards, presentation of diplomas /
Diplomas that you
received, contain assignments for the next meeting of the club of young mathematicians. For
to solve the proposed problems, you can use the books presented on
exhibition. All of them are on the topic «Entertaining Mathematics». I think many of you
I want to look into these books and read them. I will be glad if they will be you
interesting.
/Contact
book exhibition/
IX.
Exchange of views on
class
Introspection
Extracurricular activity
held in the form of a meeting of the club of young mathematicians on the topic «Riddles of mathematics».
I consider this form of organization acceptable, because it matches
age characteristics of children who by this time already have a certain
stock of mathematical knowledge, skills of independent work and work in a group.
The organization of the team competition contributed to increase the motivation of the exercise .
Work was
is aimed at solving the following problems: 1. Development of operations of logical
thinking, mathematical speech, attention, memory, imagination; skill development
carry out the transfer of previously acquired knowledge to new conditions; 2. Expansion
mathematical outlook, the formation of interest in the subject; 3. Education
sense of responsibility, collectivism, cooperation.
According to
goals selected tasks aimed at the development of operations of logical thinking.
Extracurricular activity is, first of all, entertaining material, therefore, in
The content included tasks for ingenuity, riddles, and joke tasks. Implementations
educational tasks were facilitated by the organization of a team competition.
Choice of form of holding
classes in the form of an oral journal is not accidental. Its pages cover
main branches of mathematics: arithmetic, geometry, logic.
Tried
rationally allocate time at all stages and thought through logical transitions
from one to another.
The main stage of work is the work on the logical problem,
requiring a system of reasoning and inference, leading to a result. At
working with the task used frontal repetition decisions and then group
work in the team.
First stage of the lesson
«Magic of numbers» was preparatory and, at the same time, wore
cognitive character — children learned something new about themselves. Here I used explanation of ,
frontal work with a class of and independent work of students.
Second stage
«Troubles from the barrel» — a kind of warmup, mind training,
preparation for the main stage — the stage of working on the task. The work was
organized within the team followed by an explanation.
On stage
«Geometry in faces» combined two types of activities — in advance
prepared dramatization and independent work of children over
solving logical problems with subsequent explanation at the blackboard.
Final stage
«Auction of riddles» — part of the students’ homework was
unloading moment after hard work in class.
Performance
students throughout the lesson was high and was supported by shifts
activities , alternation rather difficult moments with
entertaining pauses, as well as due to competition teams .
I think that I
succeeded in completing the assigned tasks. The children showed the ability to solve
nonstandard tasks, based on existing knowledge, the ability to think,
reason, draw conclusions.
Riddles about school and school subjects with answers for preschoolers and elementary grades
After fun and carefree summer days comes school time. It is necessary to skillfully switch the children to the upcoming classes, set them up for a working mood. Riddles can help with this. They are in an easy, playful way can interest children in the learning process. Riddles instill a craving for knowledge, develop perseverance, attentiveness, logic, ingenuity and memory.
We offer riddles for preschoolers and elementary schoolchildren about school subjects, school supplies, etc.
Contents:
 Riddles about the school for preschoolers (children 67 years old)
 Riddles about the school for elementary grades (grades 14, children 810 years old)
Riddles about a school for preschoolers (children 6–7 years old)
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What a kind, bright house?
Many children will be in it.
In September, everyone will gather
And go hiking for knowledge!
(School)
***
This is the first day of autumn now I… (First grader)
***
Who will teach you to read,
Draw, write, count?
Though he is sometimes strict,
But always your helper!
(Teacher)
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***
Placed like birds
One by one on the page.
To collect words from them,
Must be learned first.
(Letters)
***
Collected everyone from A to Z,
Letters are best friends.
I teach children how to get old,
An important book — … (Primer)
***
There will be a straight line,
Because it helps me,
I will draw everything exactly with it
And I will measure what I want.
(Ruler)
***
She hangs on the wall Rivers, mountains, cities.
(Map)
***0042 And then another one
And I’ll draw a picture. I am holding it correctly,
I don’t need a squiggle,
I have an assistant — …
(Pen)
***
If it is in the box,
90 042 Then you need it for numbers,
And in the line — according to order
We write letters in . .. (Notebook)
***
Guess what a marvel:
Although she is silent,
She can tell a lot,
Transfer different knowledge.
(Book)
***
To get a drawing,
My nose needs to be sharpened.
Black, red, blue,
Take your pick!
(Pencil)
***
Includes both pen and ruler,
Guess quickly,
Who, although very small,
Has collected a lot of necessary things?
(Penal)
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***
He will signal us on time:
The lesson starts.
And will certainly remind you,
That a change has come.
(Call)
***
Oh, and he loves, brothers,
to ride on my back.
It contains textbooks, notebooks
Placed in order.
(Knapsack)
Riddles about the school for elementary grades (grades 14, children 810 years old)
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***
What kind of holiday do guys have?
Everyone came to the parade.
Sonorous summer, goodbye,
School meet us soon!
(September 1st)
***
We look neat in it,
Very stylish, neat,
No one is showing off in it,
You can see right away — a friendly class!
(School uniform)
***
Thirtythree cheerful brothers
Everyone must gather together.
He will speak correctly
He who knows … (Alphabet)
***
The whole earth will show us,
Where is the ocean,
90 042 Mountains, rivers and seas —
Everything on it I will see.
(Globe)
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***
Those who try to learn —
are always proud of me,
And those who get deuces —
Hides from parents.
(Diary)
***
If he taught well,
Then he got “excellent”,
But if he was lazy,
90 042 You weren’t surprised at the deuce.
In the diary will show aptly
Your knowledge … (Mark)
***
Every class has it,
Always visible to everyone.
Numbers, letters, maps, schemes
Will show us by all means.
(Blackboard)
***
To get an A,
I draw the letters clearly,
Neatly, in white
90 042 I write on the blackboard… (Chalk)
***
My sock is long,
I will show you mountains and rivers on the map,
I will serve as your assistant.
(Pointer)
***
I can stand on my foot,
I can easily draw an arc
Or a very even circle,
90 042 If you need to suddenly.
(Compass)
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***
It will last less than an hour,
But we will have time to learn,
zhi» and «shi» write,
How much is five five,
How many musical notes,
What, when and where grows,
It will help to know everything in time,
Make smart . .. (Lesson)
9 0003
***
To to be literate,
We must teach him!
Although this subject is difficult,
But it is not more important!
(Russian language)
***
Guess without a clue:
You will hear fairy tales on it,
Both riddles and stories,
Maybe, by syllables, not right away
You will begin to read poetry yourself,
What will we call that lesson?
(Reading)
***
Numbers teaches us to count,
Solve equations,
For mental gymnastics
900 42 Everyone needs it very much.
(Mathematics)
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***
I’ll teach you skill,
I will make you strong and dexterous,
I will develop my muscles.
We can’t live without … (Physical Education)
Riddles about school, school items, accessories can cheer up not only children, but also adults.