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## 4th Grade Math Word Problem of the Day | GROWING Bundle

Solving word problems is a critical component of math instruction and increasing problem-solving skills. This 4th Grade Word Problem of the Day resource provides you with 25 unique single and multi-step word problems for every month of the year. That’s 300 word problems in all!

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What’s included in this word problem bundle?

When complete, this bundle will include 12 sets of Word Problem of the Day — that’s 25 unique word problems for each month of the year. Here’s what’s available now:

1. December Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
2. January Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
3. February Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
4. March Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
5. April Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
6. May Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
7. June Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
8. July Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade
9. August Word Problem of the Day for 4th Grade

*All other months are on the way!

Each 4th Grade Word Problem of the Day Resource includes:

• 25 Word Problems (Single and Multi-Step)
• Sentence Starter and Math Vocabulary Anchor Chart

The Daily Word Problem Formats Include:

• Full page with step-by-step instructions for tackling word problems
• Half page with room to show work and write a short explanation
• Five problems on one page for use in an interactive notebook
• Digital version in Google Slides

Multiple math skills at the 4th grade level are covered. Multi-step, single-step, and extra information problems are interspersed so that students must interpret and solve the problem.

When creating this resource, I have placed a heavy emphasis on problem solving skills and giving students the opportunity to write about math.

• Word Problem of the Day for 3rd Grade
• Word Problem of the Day for 5th Grade

CCSS4.MD.A.1

Know relative sizes of measurement units within one system of units including km, m, cm; kg, g; lb, oz.; l, ml; hr, min, sec. Within a single system of measurement, express measurements in a larger unit in terms of a smaller unit. Record measurement equivalents in a two-column table. For example, know that 1 ft is 12 times as long as 1 in. Express the length of a 4 ft snake as 48 in. Generate a conversion table for feet and inches listing the number pairs (1, 12), (2, 24), (3, 36),…

CCSS4.MD. A.2

Use the four operations to solve word problems involving distances, intervals of time, liquid volumes, masses of objects, and money, including problems involving simple fractions or decimals, and problems that require expressing measurements given in a larger unit in terms of a smaller unit. Represent measurement quantities using diagrams such as number line diagrams that feature a measurement scale.

CCSS4.MD.A.3

Apply the area and perimeter formulas for rectangles in real world and mathematical problems. For example, find the width of a rectangular room given the area of the flooring and the length, by viewing the area formula as a multiplication equation with an unknown factor.

CCSS4.MD.C.7

Recognize angle measure as additive. When an angle is decomposed into non-overlapping parts, the angle measure of the whole is the sum of the angle measures of the parts. Solve addition and subtraction problems to find unknown angles on a diagram in real world and mathematical problems, e. g., by using an equation with a symbol for the unknown angle measure.

CCSS4.NBT.A.1

Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 ÷ 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.

## 4th Grade Math Worksheets for Place Value, Arrays, Fractions and Geometry

This BUNDLED fourth grade grade math resource includes printable and digital math worksheets that give your fourth graders practice with ALL fourth grade grade math skills like addition and subtraction, multiplication, division, algebraic concepts, decimals, fractions, angles, measurement and data and more. These Common Core aligned math quick checks are perfect for morning work, assessment, homework, review, fast-finisher activities, exit tickets, and math centers.

These math worksheets are provided in THREE formats to best fit your classroom needs – Print and Go, Google Slides, and JPEG. Included in this BUNDLED resource

4.NBT.1 — Place Value

• Fill in the blank to show value of underlined digit (2 pages)
• Fill in the blank to show place value of underlined digit (2 pages)
• Compare value based on place (2 pages)
• Write number when given rule (2 pages)
• Fill in the blanks to make number sentences true (2 pages)

4.NBT.2 — Number Form and Comparing Numbers

• Identify numbers in a set with largest or smallest value (2 pages)
• Make the greatest and smallest numbers possible when given a set of digits (2 pages)
• Answer true or false to a number comparison and explain thinking (1 page)
• Write > < or = to make a given statement true (1 page)
• Write a number that fits the description (1 page)
• Write numbers in expanded form (1 page)

4.NBT.3 — Rounding

• Complete number lines and round to given place value (2 pages)
• Round numbers to a given place value (2 pages)
• Round a number to nearest 10 and 100 (2 pages)
• Use open number lines to round to nearest 100 (1 page)
• Use open number lines to round to nearest 1000 (1 page)
• Name numbers that fit a description and explain thinking (2 pages)

4. NBT.4 — Add and Subtract

• Subtract with no borrowing (3 pages)
• Subtract with borrowing (5 pages)
• Subtract across zeroes (2 pages)
• Add with no carrying (2)
• Find the missing addend (4 pages)

4.NBT.5 — Multiplication

• Multiply 2- 3- or 4-digit numbers by 1 digit numbers (5 pages)
• Multiply 2-digit by 2-digit numbers (5 pages)
• Multiplication word problems (5 pages)

4.NBT.6 — Division

• Divide 2- 3- or 4- digits by 1-digit no remainders (2 pages)
• Divide 2- 3- or 4- digits by 1-digit remainders (2 pages)
• Divide 2- 3- or 4- digits by 1-digit mixed (6 pages)
• Division word problems (5 pages)

4.OA.1 — Interpreting Multiplication Equations

• Write a multiplication equation when given a comparison statement (3 pages)
• Write a comparison statement when given a multiplication equation (3 pages)
• Solve multiplicative comparison word problems (4 pages)

4. OA.2 — Multiplicative Comparison Word Problems

• Solve multiplicative comparison word problems (8 pages)
• Write a multiplicative comparison word problem when given an equation (2 pages)

4.OA.3 — Multi-Step Word Problems

• Solve multi-step word problems (10 pages)

4.OA.4 — Factors/Prime & Composite Numbers

• Find factors for given numbers (2 pages)
• Use arrays to prove/disprove a statement about factor pairs (1 page)
• List multiples of given numbers (2 pages)
• Color prime numbers and explain what a prime number is (1 page)
• Color composite numbers and explain what a composite number is (1 page)
• Circle prime or composite numbers in a given set of numbers (2 pages)

4.OA.5 — Rules and Patterns

• Use tables to solve word problems (1 page)
• Use given rule to continue the pattern (2 pages)
• Observe the pattern to identify the rule (1 page)
• Identify the rule, then complete the pattern (1 page)
• Match a given pattern to its rule (2 pages)
• Extend a repeating visual pattern (1 page)
• Predict what a future visual pattern will look like (2 pages)

4. NF.1 — Equivalent Fractions

• Decompose shapes to create equivalent fractions (2 pages)
• Circle equivalent fraction from a set (1 page)
• Shade in and name equivalent fractions using fraction bars (2 pages)
• True/False (2 pages)
• Generate equivalent fractions (2 pages)
• Circle equivalent fractions from a set (1 page)

4.NF.2 — Comparing Fractions

• Write <, >, or = when given 2 fractions with uncommon denominators (2 pages)
• Order a set of fractions with uncommon denominators from greatest to least (1 page)
• Order a set of fractions with uncommon denominators from least to greatest (1 page)
• Name fractions and then compare using <, >, or = (2 pages)
• Determine true and false inequalities (2 pages)
• Name a fraction in between 2 given fractions (2 pages)

4.NF.4 — Multiplying Fractions

• Decompose fractions to make multiplication expressions (2 pages)
• Use a number line to solve a whole number multiplied by a unit fraction (2 pages)
• Multiply the fractions using a model (2 pages)
• Multiply the fractions using a number line (2 pages)
• Word problems (2 pages)

4. NF.5 — Equivalent Fractions | Tenths and Hundredths

• Write an equivalent fraction when given a fraction with 10 or 100 in the denominator (2 pages)
• Name a fraction based on a model, then name the equivalent fraction (1 page)
• Add fractions with 10 and 100 in the denominator (3 pages; varying difficulty)
• Shade in a model to make an equivalent fraction, then name the fractions (2 pages)
• Name fractions, then add when given a model (2 pages)

4.NF.6 — Fractions as Decimals

• Convert fractions to decimals (4 pages)
• Convert decimals to fractions (2 pages)
• Fill in fraction, word form, or decimal form (2 pages)
• Write fraction and decimal based on model (2 pages)
• Write a decimal and place on number line when given fraction (2 pages)

4.NF.7 — Comparing Decimals

• Compare decimals using >, <, or = (2 pages)
• Place decimals on number line, then compare (2 pages)
• Draw decimals on model, then compare (2 pages)
• Circle which the decimal is closest to: 0, 1/2, or 1 (2 pages)
• Order 3 decimals from least to greatest (1 page)
• Order 3 decimals from greatest to least (1 page)

4. G.1 — Angles and Lines

• Label angles as right, obtuse, or acute (2 pages)
• Label lines as perpendicular, parallel, or intersecting (1 page)
• Label lines and angles using word bank (1 page)
• Indicate whether a shape has perpendicular lines, parallel lines, both or neither (1 page)
• Draw shapes, lines, or angles with given properties (2 pages)
• Answer questions about lines and angles based on a map (2 pages)

4.G.2 — Classify Shapes

• Label triangles as right, acute or obtuse (1 page)
• Use a set of polygons to answer questions (2 pages)
• Draw shapes with given properties (1 page)
• Indicate angles, sides, and more by completing a table (3 pages)
• Match the shape to its description (1 page)
• List 3 properties of a given shape (1 page)
• Cut and paste quadrilaterals into the correct category. (1 page)

4.G.3 — Lines of Symmetry

• Recognize and label lines of symmetry in the alphabet (2 pages)
• Recognize lines of symmetry as vertical, horizontal, or diagonal (1 page)
• Pick shape that isn’t symmetrical out of a set; draw lines of symmetry on other shapes in set (1 page)
• Pick objects that shows correct drawing of lines of symmetry in a set (2 pages)
• Draw lines of symmetry in objects (2 pages)
• Complete the drawing (2 pages)

4.MD.1 — Measurement (Metric and Customary)

• Convert customary measurements (4 pages)
• Convert metric measurements (2 pages)
• Convert measurements from a table (8 pages)
• 2 conversion charts included (1 metric, 1 customary)

4.MD.2 — Measurement Word Problems/Story Problems

• Solve word problems involving units of measurement (10 pages)

4.MD.3 — Area and Perimeter

• Find the area and perimeter of quadrilaterals (4 pages)
• Find the value of one side and the perimeter when given the area of a shape (4 pages)
• Area and perimeter word problems (2 pages)

4. MD.4 — Line Plot/Fraction Addition and Subtraction

• Plot given data on a line plot and solve addition and subtraction equations based on the data (10 pages)

4.MD.5 — Angles and Fractional Parts of Circles

• Determine if an angle is right, obtuse or acute when given a measurement (3 pages)
• Calculate the angle measurement of an angle in a circle when given the fractional part (3 pages)
• Choose the most logical measurement when given a picture of an angle (4 pages)

4.MD.6 — Measure and Draw Angles

• Use a protractor to measure the angles (6 pages)
• Label a measurement as acute, obtuse, or right and draw a sketch of the angle (4 pages)

• Find the missing angle measurement when given a line/one angle (3 pages)
• Find the missing angle measurement in a triangle (2 pages)
• Find the measurement of a missing angle, then draw an angle given a description (5 pages)

All of these fourth grade math practice pages are included in three formats:

• Print and go: Printable pages for your students. Answer key included.
• Google Slides: Link to Google Slides presentation. All text boxes have been added for you, and some directions have been modified to fit the digital formatting. Students will need to be familiar with text, line, and scribble tools to complete this format.
• JPEG: individual JPEG files of each worksheet. This format is ideal for digital learning platforms like Seesaw where students can “draw” on top of a file using their finger or a stylus pen.

What makes these math quick checks better?

• Check for student understanding of a single skill in multiple ways
• Student centered design with easy-to-read fonts and minimal clipart
• Aligned with Common Core, but skill based to give you the ability to apply to any set of standards
• Print and digital formats to seamlessly adapt to your current learning environment

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What other grade levels do you need?

• Kindergarten Math Skill Checks
• First Grade Math Skill Checks
• Second Grade Math Skill Checks
• Third Grade Math Skill Checks
• Fourth Grade Math Skill Checks
• Fifth Grade Math Skill Checks

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## Math assignments 4th grade 2nd quarter

Math material in 4th grade 2nd quarter

* 243 316

2. Solve examples:

39729 + 1 10000 – 1923827 – 3000 23156 x 4

54300 – 1000 456 * 1000 849600 : 10 768095 :5

90 002 347056 + 260678 40006 – 968 546336 : 3

65.700: 900 36200:40 286576+67308

3. Solve the problem:

The motorcyclist left the garage at 8 am. After 30 minutes, he drove to the gas station, having spent 7 minutes on gas station, then drove 20 minutes to his destination. At what time did he arrive at the appointed point?

4. Fill in the blanks.

4 c = … years 2 min 15 sec = … sec 3 days 2 h = … h

240 min = … h 600 sec = … min … sec 72 h = … day

1. h — 29 min = … min

each?

6 . Solve the problem :

In September, 2350 tons of onions were brought to the vegetable storage base, beets — 650 tons less than onions, and carrots — 425 tons more than beets. How many tons of onions, beets and carrots will be stored on the base vegetable?

7. Calculate:

Find the width of a rectangle if its area is 7.200 dm and its length is 80 dm

8. Calculate:

area of ​​a rectangle with sides 2 cm and 4 cm.

b) The length of the side of a square with the same perimeter and its area.

9. Calculate 143 807 + 57 296 529 631 — 181 479

0 + x = 620 — 35 x — 125 = 580 — 55

50

( 18 370 + 23679 ) : 7156 — 96 : ( 12 : 4 ) : 2 ( 800035 — 784942 ) * 6

( 10283 + 16789 ) : 95 * ( 125 +75 ): 20 + 80 ( 200496 — 134597 ) * 2

24 798 + 63 066 426 646 + 324 857

67 964 — 54 694 956 420 — 687 693

There are 1,200 seats in the stalls. In the amphitheater it is 3 times less than in the stalls, and the rest of the seats are on the balcony. How many seats on the balcony?

5. Calculate:

Find the area and perimeter of a rectangle if its length is 9 cm and its width is 5 cm less. Math Dictation #1

1. Write the number that is 1 more than 100099.

2. Write the number that is 1 less than 400000

3. Write the number that is in 8 times less than 24,800.

1. Write the number that is 100 times less than 100,000

2. How many thousands are there in 995,885?

3. How many digits are needed to write the number 4 588 854?

4. Find the fourth part of the sum of the numbers 2250 and 3350.

5. Express 360 hours in a day. c.

Math Dictation #2

1. Write down the number that is 1 more than 7 899.

2 . Write down the number that is 1 less than 110,000.

3. Write down the number that is 6 times less than 24,600.

4. Write down the number that consists of 768 tens.

5. Write down the number that is 1000 times less than 1000.

6. How many thousands are there in 1568454?

7. How many digits are needed to write the number 8 966 698?

8. Find a number that is greater than the largest five-digit number by 1.

9. Express 4,260 minutes in hours.

10. Find the fifth of the sum of the numbers 2150 and 2350

## Problems in mathematics Grade 4

1. Problems of finding the unknown by two differences.

1. One motorcyclist traveled 3 hours and the other 5 hours. They were traveling at the same speed. The second motorcyclist traveled 80 km more than the first. How many kilometers did each motorcyclist travel?

2. There were 48 hives in one apiary and 44 hives in another. With the same collection of honey from each hive, 80 kg more honey was removed from the first apiary than from the second. How much honey was collected from each apiary?

3. The shop sold 72 kg of grapes on the first day and 56 kg of grapes on the second day. On the second day, 2 boxes were sold less than on the first day. How many boxes of grapes were sold each day?

4. Two cars were moving at the same speed. One car traveled 400 km and the other 480 km. The second car was on the road 2 hours less than the first. How many hours did each car travel?

5. The atelier received two pieces of cloth 96 m and 84 m long. Identical raincoats were sewn from this fabric. From the second piece of fabric they sewed 3 cloaks less than from the first. How many cloaks are sewn from each piece of cloth?

2. Problems solved by the reduction to unity method.

1. A confectionery factory produces 100 boxes of chocolates per minute. How many boxes of chocolates does the factory produce per hour?

2.330 seedlings planted equally in 11 rows. How many seedlings are in 8 such rows?

3. 4 kg of sugar costs the same as 500 g of tea. How much tea can be bought with the same amount of money paid for 16 kg of sugar?

4. If chickens are given 3 kg of grain per day, then the supply will last for 220 days. How many days will the same grain last if you spend 4 kg daily?

5. 12 pillowcases were sewn from a piece of fabric, spending 3 m per pillowcase.

3. Problems solved by the ratio method

1. 9 g of wire can be used to make 5 hooks. How many hooks will come out of 27 g of wire?

2. 16 kg of fresh fruit yields 3 kg of dried fruit. How many kg of dried fruit will be obtained from 20 fresh baskets if there are 8 kg in the basket?

3. 3 m of thin copper wire weighs 13 g. How much does 96 m of this wire weigh?

4. 250 rolls are baked from 30 kg of flour. How many such buns can be baked from 60 kg of flour?

5. For blackcurrant jam, take 3 kg of sugar for every 2 kg of berries. How much sugar is needed to cook 12 kg of berries?

4. Problems of finding two numbers by sum and ratio

1. 510 seedlings of spruce and wild rose were prepared for the construction of a hedge around the school. How many spruce seedlings were harvested if the wild rose was harvested 2 times more than the spruces?

2. Two ditches 760 m long were dug for laying gas pipes. How long is each ditch if one of them is three times as long as the other?

3. 1 ton of wheat produces 4 times more starch than 1 ton of potatoes. 750 kg of starch were obtained from 1 ton of wheat and 1 ton of potatoes. How many kg of starch can be obtained from 1 ton of wheat?

4. There are 850 cherries and apple trees in the garden. How many apple trees are in the garden if there are 16 times more of them than cherries?

5. There are 980 stamps in the album. There are 6 times more Russian brands than foreign ones. How many Russian stamps are in the album?

5. Proportional division problems

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