# Grade 4 maths

Here is a list of all of the maths skills students learn in grade 4! These skills are organised into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to view a sample question. To start practising, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

## Number sense

## Addition

- B.1Add numbers up to five digits
- B.2Add numbers up to five digits: word problems
- B.3Addition: fill in the missing digits
- B.4Properties of addition
- B.5Add three or more numbers up to five digits each
- B.6Addition patterns over increasing place values
- B.7Choose numbers with a particular sum
- B.8Estimate sums
- B.9Estimate sums: word problems

## Subtraction

## Multiplication

- D.1Multiplication facts to 12
- D.2Choose the multiples of a given number up to 12
- D.3Multiply one-digit numbers by larger numbers
- D.4Multiplication patterns over increasing place values
- D.5Properties of multiplication
- D.6Estimate products
- D.7Estimate products: word problems
- D.8Box multiplication
- D.9Lattice multiplication
- D.10Multiply a two-digit number by a two-digit number: complete the missing steps
- D.11Multiply a two-digit number by a two-digit number
- D.12Multiply a two-digit number by a two-digit number: word problems
- D.13Choose numbers with a particular product
- D.14Multiply a two-digit number by a larger number: complete the missing steps
- D.15Multiply a two-digit number by a larger number
- D.16Multiply a two-digit number by a larger number: word problems
- D.17Multiply numbers ending in zeroes
- D.18Multiply numbers ending in zeroes: word problems
- D.19Multiply three numbers up to two digits each
- D.20Multiply three or more numbers: word problems
- D.21Inequalities with multiplication

## Division

- E.1Division facts to 10
- E.2Division facts to 10: word problems
- E.3Properties of division
- E.4Divide larger numbers
- E.5Divide larger numbers: word problems
- E.6Complete the division table
- E.7Interpret remainders
- E.8Choose numbers with a particular quotient
- E.9Divide numbers ending in zeroes
- E.10Estimate quotients
- E.11Estimate quotients: word problems
- E.12Divisibility rules
- E.13Divisibility rules: word problems
- E.14Division patterns over increasing place values
- E.15Inequalities with division

## Mixed operations

- F.1Add, subtract, multiply and divide
- F.2Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division word problems
- F.3Estimate sums, differences, products and quotients: word problems
- F.4Multi-step word problems
- F.5Word problems with extra or missing information
- F.6Solve word problems using guess-and-check
- F.7Choose numbers with a particular sum, difference, product or quotient
- F.8Mentally add and subtract numbers ending in zeroes
- F.9Inequalities involving addition, subtraction, multiplication and division

## Algebra

## Functions

## Coordinate plane

## Data and graphs

## Logical reasoning

## Patterns and sequences

- L.1Find the next shape in a repeating pattern
- L.2Complete a repeating pattern
- L.3Make a repeating pattern
- L.4Find the next row in a growing pattern of shapes
- L.5Skip-counting sequences
- L.6Complete an increasing number pattern
- L.7Complete a geometric number pattern
- L.8Number patterns: word problems
- L.9Number patterns: mixed review

## Money

## Ratios

## Units of measurement

## Time

- P.1Convert time units
- P.2Add and subtract mixed time units
- P.3Fractions of time units
- P.4Elapsed time
- P.5Find start and end times: multi-step word problems
- P.6Convert between 12-hour and 24-hour time
- P.7Time zones - 12-hour time
- P.8Time zones - 24-hour time
- P.9Transportation schedules - 12-hour time
- P.10Transportation schedules - 24-hour time
- P.11Time patterns

## Geometry

- Q.1Which two-dimensional figure is being described?
- Q.2Identify three-dimensional figures
- Q.3Count vertices, edges and faces
- Q.4Identify faces of three-dimensional figures
- Q.5Which three-dimensional figure is being described?
- Q.6Nets of three-dimensional figures
- Q.7Is it a polygon?
- Q.8Number of sides in polygons
- Q.9Lines, line segments and rays
- Q.10Parallel, perpendicular and intersecting lines
- Q.11Acute, right, obtuse and straight angles
- Q.12Types of triangles
- Q.13Identify congruent figures
- Q.14Identify lines of symmetry
- Q.15Rotational symmetry

## Geometric measurement

## Fractions and mixed numbers

- S.1Fractions review
- S.2Understanding fractions: word problems
- S.3Find equivalent fractions using area models
- S.4Graph equivalent fractions on number lines
- S.5Equivalent fractions
- S.6Patterns of equivalent fractions
- S.7Write fractions in lowest terms
- S.8Graph and compare fractions on number lines
- S.9Compare fractions
- S.10Order fractions with like numerators or denominators
- S.11Order fractions
- S.12Find smaller or larger fractions
- S.13Mixed numbers
- S.14Convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers

## Decimals

- T.1What decimal number is illustrated?
- T.2Model decimals and fractions
- T.3Understanding decimals expressed in words
- T.4Place values in decimal numbers
- T.5Equivalent decimals
- T.6Graph decimals on number lines
- T.7Decimal number lines
- T.8Graph fractions as decimals on number lines
- T.9Convert fractions and mixed numbers to decimals
- T.10Convert decimals to fractions and mixed numbers
- T.11Compare decimals and fractions on number lines
- T.12Compare decimals and fractions
- T.13Round decimals
- T.14Compare decimals on number lines
- T.15Compare decimal numbers
- T.16Put decimal numbers in order I
- T.17Put decimal numbers in order II
- T.18Number sequences involving decimals

## Add and subtract decimals

- U.1Add decimal numbers
- U.2Subtract decimal numbers
- U.3Add and subtract decimals: word problems
- U.4Choose decimals with a particular sum or difference
- U.5Add three or more decimals
- U.6Add three or more decimals: word problems
- U.7Complete the addition or subtraction sentence
- U.8Inequalities with addition and subtraction
- U.9Estimate sums and differences of decimals
- U.10Solve decimal problems using diagrams