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Free Math Games offers 18 top level categories for 4th grade. Taken together, these categories cover the majority of the US math curriculum for 4th grade.

See the list of topics for 4th grade or select a math category from the table below to see the available sub-categories and topics, or go directly to the 4th grade games, lessons and tests.

The CCSS core curriculum for 4th grade covers a range of categories, including:

**Number and place value**

Students further develop their understanding of place value, including numbers up to one million. They work with larger numbers and deepen their knowledge of number patterns and sequences. They also explore factors, multiples, prime numbers, and square numbers.**Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division**

Students continue to refine their arithmetic skills and mental calculations. They learn efficient methods for mental calculations and develop strategies for solving multi-step problems involving these operations. They also begin to work with decimal numbers and fractions in calculations.**Fractions and Decimals**

Students deepen their understanding of fractions and decimals. They learn to compare and order fractions and decimals, convert between these forms, and solve problems involving fractions and decimals. They also explore adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions.**Ratio and proportion**

Students will learn about the relationships between two or more quantities. They will also learn how to use ratio and proportion to solve problems.**Measurement**

Students explore various aspects of measurement, including length, mass, volume, and time. They learn to convert between different units of measurement.**Geometry & shapes**

Students will learn to identify, classify and describe 2D and 3D shapes and their nets. They explore angles, including right angles, acute angles, and obtuse angles. They also learn about lines of symmetry and types of polygons.**Position & direction**

Students begin to explore transformations, such as reflections, rotations, and translations.**Statistics**

Students learn to collect and interpret data using tables, charts, and graphs and use them to analyze data and draw conclusions.**Algebra**

Students will learn about basic algebraic variables and their use in simple equations. They apply these skills to formulae for perimeter and area of squares and rectangles.**Problem-solving**

Students will learn how to solve mathematical problems using a variety of methods. They will also learn how to apply mathematical concepts to real-world problems.

Below is the complete list of topics for 4th grade arranged by category. Click on a topic to view more information.

Counting

Steps of 5 into negatives

- Count down in steps of 5 to -50Count down in steps of 5 from 0 to -50 using whole numbers
- Count down in steps of 5 to -100Count down in steps of 5 from 0 to -100 using whole numbers
- 5 step number line to -50Identify the missing number on these 5 step number lines down to -50

Steps of 3 into negatives

- Count down in steps of 3 to -30Count down in steps of 3 from 0 to -30 using whole numbers
- Count down in steps of 3 to -100Count down in steps of 3 from 0 to -100 using whole numbers
- 3 step number line to -30Identify the missing steps on the 3 step number line to minus 30

Powers of 10

- Count up in steps of 10³Identify the missing numbers in these sequences of steps up of 10³ from a given base number
- Steps up of 10⁴Identify the correct missing number in steps up of 10⁴ from a given base number
- Steps up of 10⁵Identify the correct missing number in steps up of 10⁵ from a given base number
- Steps down of 10³Identify the missing number in these steps down of 10³ from a given base number
- Steps down of 10⁴Identify the missing number in these steps down of 10⁴ from a given base number
- Steps down of 10⁵Identify the missing number in these steps down of 10⁵ from a given base number

In decimal steps

- Count in steps of 0.1 to 1Count in decimal steps of 0.1 from 0 to 1
- Count in steps of 0.2 to 2Count in decimal steps of 0.2 from 0 to 2
- Count in steps of 0.5 to 5Count in decimal steps of 0.5 from 0 to 5

Write large numbers

- Digits to number names: 4-digitsChoose the correct written form of these 4-digit numbers
- Digits to number names: 5-digitsGiven the numeric form of a 5-digit number choose the corresponding word form

Read large numbers

- Number names to digits: 4-digitsGiven the written form of a 4-digit number choose the corresponding numeric form
- Number names to digits: 5-digitsGiven the written form of a 5-digit number choose the corresponding numeric form

Interpreting a number

- 24-hour clock timesChoose the correct text description for the 24-hour clock times given as numerals
- Roman numerals to numbersConvert these Roman numerals into modern day numbers between 12 and 250
- Numbers to Roman numeralsConvert these modern day numbers between 12 and 250 into Roman numerals
- Hours to minutesConvert hours into minutes
- Minutes to secondsConvert from the given number of minutes into seconds
- Minutes to hours and minutesConvert the given minutes into hours and minutes

Temperature graph

- Difference in temperatureWork out the difference in average February temperatures between 2 cities
- Interpret negative numbersIdentify whether city C is warmer or colder than city D

Comparing numbers

Order numbers to 1 million

- Largest number: up to 1 millionSelect the largest number from each of these grids of 4 numbers up to 1 million
- Smallest number: up to 1 millionSelect the smallest number from each of these grids of 4 numbers up to 1 million
- Order 6-digit numbers: ascendingFor each set of numbers, choose the list that is in the correct ascending order from smallest to largest
- 6-digit numbers: descending orderFor each set of numbers, choose the list that is in the correct descending order from largest to smallest

Order decimal numbers

- Decimals: ascending orderChoose the correct ascending order for these decimal numbers
- Decimals: descending orderChoose the correct descending order for these decimal numbers

Order positives & negatives

- Biggest positive negative numberChoose the largest of these positive and negative numbers
- Smallest positive negative numberChoose the smallest of these positive and negative numbers
- Positive negative numbers order ascending Arrange these sets of positive and negative numbers in ascending order
- Positive negative numbers descending orderArrange these sets of positive and negative numbers in descending order

Using inequality symbols

- Inequality symbol: larger numberChoose the symbol that shows which is the larger of 2 numbers
- Select inequality symbolsPick a symbol to describe the relationship of two numbers
- Inequalities: words to symbolsChoose the inequality that best represents the sentence

Money

- Money: smallest amountChoose the smallest of 3 amounts of money
- Money: largest amountChoose the largest of 3 amounts of money
- Money: ascending orderChoose the correct ascending order for sets of three monetary values

Naming numbers

- Name types of numberChoose the correct name for the numbers in each list e.g. even, odd, decimals, fractions, etc.
- Select types of numberChoose the number that is of the type named in the question e.g. fraction, prime, decimal, etc.
- Identify prime numbersFrom each list choose the number that is prime

Pattern

Next number

- Add a number each timePick the next number when adding the same number each time
- Subtract a number each timePick the next term when subtracting the same number each time
- Doubling each timePick the missing number in these number doubling patterns
- Halving each timePick the next number in these halving patterns

Missing term

- Prime numbersFind the missing number in each of these prime number patterns
- Square numbersIdentify the missing number in these square number patterns
- Cube numbersIdentify the missing cube number in these patterns

Describing a pattern

- Term to term ruleChoose the correct rule for these number patterns
- Recognize a sequenceUse the given rule to choose the correct pattern

Place value

Identify the place value

- 5-digit number: unitsIdentify the units value for these five-digit numbers
- 5-digit number: tensIdentify the value of the tens digit in each of these five-digit numbers
- 5-digit number: hundredsIdentify the value of the hundreds digit for each of these five-digit numbers
- 5-digit number: thousandsIdentify the value of the thousands digit for each of these five-digit numbers
- Place value names: 5-digitsChoose the correct place value name for the highlighted green digit in each of these 5-digit numbers

Rounding numbers

- Round to nearest 10Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 10
- Round to nearest 100Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 100
- Round to nearest 1000Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 1000
- Round to nearest 10,000Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 10,000
- Round to nearest 100,000Use place values to round numbers up to 1 million up or down to the nearest 100,000

Change the place value

- Multiply by 10, 100, 1000What do you multiply by to make the 5 digit a thousand?
- Divide by 10, 100, 1000What do you need to divide by to change the green digit to have a tens place value?

Addition

Number bonding

- Number bonding to 100Identify pairs of multiples of 5 that bond to 100
- Number bonding to 200Identify pairs of multiples of 10 that bond to 200
- Number bonding to 0Identify the 3 numbers in the given lists that sum to zero

Strings of numbers

- Bond three 2-digit numbersUse mental calculations to bond three 2-digit numbers
- Bond four 2-digit numbersUse mental calculations to bond four 2-digit numbers
- Bond five 2-digit numbersUse mental calculations to bond five 2-digit numbers

Round + adjust to add

- Round up to addIdentify the correct adjustment to make after rounding up to add
- Round down to addIdentify the correct adjustment to make after rounding down to add
- Round up and down to addUse rounding up and down to the nearest 10 to simplify these additions

Formal written method

- Formal addition: 2-digit numbersFind the missing number for these formal 2-digit number additions
- Formal addition: 2-digits plus 3-digitsChoose the correct missing number for these columnar 2-digit plus 3-digit number additions
- Formal addition: 3-digit numbersChoose the correct missing number for these formal 3-digit number additions
- Formal addition: 4-digit numbersChoose the correct missing number for these formal 4-digit number additions

Matching additions

- Match additions: 2-digit numbersChoose the pair of additions that give the same answer from sets of 2-digit plus 2-digit sums
- Match additions: 2-digits plus 3-digitsChoose the pair of sums that give the same answer from sets of 2-digit plus 3-digit additions

Word problems

- Total number of itemsUse addition to find out how many items each person has in total
- Total cost: 2 itemsUse addition to find out the total cost of the 2 items purchased
- Total cost: 3 itemsUse addition to find out how much the 3 items cost in total
- Total cost: 4 itemsUse addition to find out how much the 4 items cost in total

Subtraction

Mental method

- Mental method: subtract 2-digit numbersUse mental calculations to subtract two double-digit numbers
- Mental method: subtract 3-digit numbersUse mental calculation to subtract a 3-digit number from a 3-digit number

Progressive method

- Round up to subtractPick the adjustment required after rounding up to subtract
- Round down to subtractPick the adjustment required after rounding down to subtract
- Rounding up or downPick the correct subtraction after rounding and adjusting up or down

Formal written method

- Formal subtraction: 2-digit numbersFind the missing number for these formal 2-digits minus 2-digits columnar subtractions
- Formal subtraction: 3-digits minus 2-digitsCalculate the missing number for these 3-digit minus 2-digit columnar subtractions
- Formal subtraction: 3-digit numbersFind the missing number for these 3-digit minus 3-digit columnar subtractions
- Decimal numbersChoose the missing number for these formal written subtractions with decimal numbers

Word problems

- How many more?Use subtraction to find how many more items someone has
- How many are left?Use subtraction to find out the number of items that are remaining

Money left

- Change from five dollarsIdentify the correct change when purchasing items with a five dollar bill
- Change from ten dollarsIdentify the correct change when purchasing items with a ten dollar bill
- Change from twenty dollarsIdentify the correct change when purchasing items with a twenty dollar bill
- Change from fifty dollarsIdentify the correct change when purchasing items with a fifty dollar bill

Add + Subtract

Add 79, 89, 99

- Add 79 to a multiple of 10Add 79 to a number by adding 80 and then subtracting 1
- Add 89 to a multiple of 10Add 89 to a number by adding 90 and then subtracting 1
- Add 99 to a multiple of 10Add 99 to a number by adding 100 and then subtracting 1

Add 71, 81, 91

- Add 71 to a multiple of 10Add 71 to a number by adding 70 and then adding 1 more
- Add 81 to a multiple of 10Add 81 to a number by adding 80 and then adding 1 more
- Add 91 to a multiple of 10Add 91 to a number by adding 90 and then adding 1 more

Subtract 79, 89, 99

- Subtract 79 from a multiple of 10Subtract 79 from a number by subtracting 80 and then adding 1
- Subtract 89 from a multiple of 10Subtract 89 from a number by first subtracting 90 and then adding 1
- Subtract 99 from a multiple of 10Subtract 99 from a number by subtracting 100 and then adding 1

Subtract 71, 81, 91

- Subtracting 71Subtract 71 by subtracting 70 and then subtracting 1 more
- Subtracting 81Subtract 81 by subtracting 80 and then subtracting 1 more
- Subtracting 91Subtract 91 by subtracting 90 and then subtracting 1 more

Number machine

- Add and subtractAdd and subtract to find the answer to these 2 step problems
- Order of operationsIdentify which pairs of operations produce the same answer
- Missing additionFind the missing addition in these 2 step add and subtract number machine operations
- Missing subtractionFind the missing subtraction value in these 2 step add and subtract operations

Checking answers

- Checking subtractionsChoose the inverse operations that check these subtractions
- Checking additionsChoose the inverse operations that check these additions

Multiplication

Number facts

- Halving, doubling to 200Choose the halving and doubling pairs that equal each other
- Square number notationIdentify the numbers using square number notation in these lists
- Identify square numbersIdentify the square number in each of these lists of numbers
- Cube number notationIdentify the number in each list that uses cube number notation
- Identify cube numbersIdentify cube numbers from 1³ (1) up to 12³ (1728) in lists of numbers
- Calculate cube numbersCalculate and recall cube numbers and identify cube numbers in lists of numbers

Identifying multiples

- Greatest multiple of 9Choose the greatest multiple of 9 from each list of numbers up to 110
- Smallest multiple of 11Choose the smallest multiple of 11 from these lists of numbers to 132
- Smallest multiple of 25Choose the smallest multiple of 25 from these lists of numbers to 250

Mental method

- Multiply 3 single-digit numbersUse mental calculations to multiply 3 single-digit numbers from 1 to 9
- Multiples of 5Use mental calculation to multiply integers up to 25 by 5
- Multiples of 10Use mental calculation to multiply integers up to 300 by 10
- Multiples of 100Use mental calculations to multiply integers up to 100 by 100
- Multiples of 1000Use mental calculations to multiply integers up to 100 by 1000

Formal written method

- Long multiplication: 2-digits by 1-digitCalculate the missing number for these 2-digit by 1-digit formal multiplications
- Long multiplication: 3-digits by 1-digitFind the missing number for these 3-digit by 1-digit formal written multiplications
- Long multiplication: 4-digits by 1-digitFind the missing number for these 4-digit by 1-digit formal long multiplications
- Long multiplication: 2-digits by 2-digitsChoose the missing number for these 2-digit by 2-digit formal multiplication sums
- Long multiplication: 3-digits by 2-digitsFind the missing number for these 3-digit by 2-digit formal written multiplications

Number machine

- Add then multiplyWork out the answer when you add first and then multiply
- Subtract then multiplyWork out the answer when you subtract first and then multiply
- Multiply then addWork out the answer when you multiply first and then add
- Multiply then subtractWork out the answer when you multiply first and then subtract

Division

Mental method

- Divide 1-digit numbersUse mental calculation to divide single-digit numbers by single-digit numbers e.g. 9 ÷ 3
- Divide by 5Use mental calculations to divide numbers up to 250 by 5
- Divide by 10Use mental calculations to divide numbers up to 10,000 by 10
- Divide by 100Use mental calculations to divide numbers up to 20,000 by 100
- Divide by 1000Use mental calculations to divide numbers up to 200,000 by 1000
- Divide 2-digits by 1-digitUse mental calculations to divide double-digit numbers less than 50 by single-digit numbers

Formal short method

- Formal division: 1-digit into 2-digitsFind the missing number for these 1-digit into 2-digits formal short divisions
- Formal division: 1-digit into 3-digitsFind the missing number for these 3-digits divided by 1-digit formal short divisions
- Formal division: 1-digit into 4-digitsFind the missing number for these 4-digits divided by 1-digit formal short divisions
- Formal division: 2-digits into 2-digitsFind the missing number for these 2-digits into 2-digits formal short divisions
- Formal division: 2-digits into 3-digitsFind the missing number for these 3-digits divided by 2-digits formal short divisions
- Formal division: 2-digits into 4-digitsFind the missing number for these 4-digits divided by 2-digits formal short divisions

Formal short with remainder

- 1-digit into 2-digits: remainder as rChoose the correct remainder using r for these 2-digits divided by 1-digit formal short divisions
- 1-digit into 2-digits: fraction remainderChoose the correct remainder expressed as a fraction for these formal short divisions
- 1-digit into 3-digits: remainder as rChoose the correct remainder using r (eg Remainder 3 as r3) for these formal short divisions
- 1-digit into 3-digits: fraction remainderChoose the correct remainder expressed as a fraction for these formal short divisions
- 1-digit into 4-digits: remainder as rChoose the correct remainder using R (eg Remainder 5 as r5) for these formal short divisions
- 1-digit into 4-digits: fraction remainderChoose the correct remainder expressed as a fraction for these formal short divisions

Reverse times tables

- Reverse times tables: one-step problemsFind the answer for these one-step reverse times table division problems
- Match to additionWhich division and addition operations give the same answer?
- Match to subtractionWhich divisions and subtractions give the same answer
- Match to multiplicationWhich division and multiplication operations give the same answer?

Number machine

- Add then divideWork out the answer when you add first and then divide
- Subtract then divideWork out the answer when you subtract first and then divide
- Divide then addWork out the answer when you divide first and then add
- Divide then subtractWork out the answer when you divide first and then subtract

Multiply + Divide

Matching Pairs

- Two matching divisionsChoose the two division sums that produce the same answer

Number machine

- Multiply then divide: missing answerDo a multiplication and a division to find the answer
- Multiply then divide: missing multipleWork back from the given answer to find the missing multiple for each number machine
- Multiply then divide: missing divisorWork back from the given answer to find the missing divisor for each number machine

Checking answers

- Check multiplicationsUse inverse operations and division to check multiplication answers
- Check divisionsUse inverse operations & multiplication to check the answers to divisions

Factors

- Is it a factorChoose the number that is a factor of the larger number
- Identify all factorsUse times tables or otherwise to identify all the factors of a number
- Factor pairsIdentify all the factor pairs of the given numbers
- Common factorsIdentify a common factor of two numbers
- Equivalence statementsIdentify the missing number in each of the equivalence statements

Prime factors

- Prime numbersIdentify the single prime number in each of these lists
- Prime factorsIdentify the prime factors of numbers up to 105

Scale factors

- Scaling up costsUse multiplication to scale up the cost for the given quantities of goods
- Scaling down costsUse division to scale down the cost for the given quantities of goods

Distributive laws

- Expand a x b into a x (c + d)Find the missing number in these distributive method expansions
- Turn a x (c + d) into ac + adIdentify the missing number in these distributed method bracket expansions

Best Price

- Dividing by 8Use division by 8 to work out the best value for money item
- Dividing by 10Use division by 10 to work out the best value for money item

Fractions

Compare fractions

- Equivalent fractionsChoose which two fractions are equivalent in size
- Which fraction is biggestChoose the biggest fraction from the selection
- Which fraction is smallestChoose the smallest fraction from the selection
- Half of a fractionChoose the fraction that is half the size of the given fraction
- Double a fractionChoose the fraction that is double the size of the given fraction

Fractions of amounts

- Two thirds of an amountChoose the correct answer for two thirds of a whole number
- Two fifths of an amountChoose the correct answer for two fifths of a whole number

Convert fractions

- Mixed fractions to top-heavy fractionsConvert these mixed fractions to top-heavy or improper fractions
- Top-heavy fractions to mixed fractionsConvert these top-heavy fractions to mixed fractions
- Simplify fractions: cancel zerosCancel zeros top and bottom to simplify the fractions
- Simplify fractions: halve even numbersHalve even numbers top and bottom to simplify the fractions
- Simplify fractions: common factorsDivide top and bottom by a common factor to simplify

Add fractions

- Add fractions: denominators < 10Add fractions with the same denominator below 10
- Add fractions: denominators 10 to 20Add fractions with the same denominator between 10 & 20
- Add fractions: different denominatorsAdd fractions with different denominators by multiplying to scale up the smaller denominator

Subtract fractions

- Subtract fractions: denominators < 10Subtract fractions with the same denominators below 10
- Subtract fractions: denominators 10 to 20Subtract fractions with the same denominators between 10 & 20
- Subtract mixed fractions with borrowingUse borrowing to subtract mixed fractions

Multiply fractions

- Multiply unit fractions of quantitiesUse formal multiplication to find unit fraction parts of quantities
- Proper fractions of quantitiesUse multiplication to find proper fraction amounts of whole numbers
- Proper fractions of measuresUse formal multiplication to find proper fractions of measures
- Mixed fractions of quantitiesUse the formal method for multiplying fractions to expand these mixed fractions of quantities
- Mixed fractions of measuresUse the formal method to expand these mixed fractions of measures

Fractions and decimals

- Equivalent sizesIdentify the decimal that is the same size as the fraction
- Decimals greater than fractionIdentify which of the decimals are greater than the given fraction
- Decimals less than fractionIdentify which of the 4 decimal numbers are smaller in value than the given fraction
- Order fractions ascendingArrange these lists of fractions in ascending order of size

Decimals

Read & write decimals

- Words to decimal numbersChoose the correct numerical decimal for each written name of a decimal number
- From decimal numbers to word equivalentsIdentify the equivalent written form for the given decimal numbers

Round decimals

- Round decimals to whole numbersRound each of these decimal numbers to their nearest whole number
- Round to 1 decimal placeRound each of these decimals to the nearest 1 decimal place (1 d.p.)

Add decimals

- Add 1dp decimalsAdd 1 decimal place decimals by arranging them in columns and lining up the decimal points
- Add 2dp decimalsAdd 2 decimal place decimals by arranging them in columns and lining up the decimal points
- Add 3dp decimalsAdd 3 decimal place decimals in columns by lining up the decimal points of each number
- Complements of number oneIdentify the missing decimal complement to 1

Subtract decimals

- Subtract 1dp decimalsSubtract 1 decimal place decimals by arranging them in columns and lining up the decimal points
- Subtract 2dp decimalsSubtract 2 decimal place decimals by arranging them in columns and lining up the decimal points
- Subtract 3dp decimalsSubtract 3 decimal place decimals by arranging them in columns and lining up the decimal points

Decimal puzzles

- Solving decimal puzzlesUse the arithmetic of decimals to identify the next 2 values in the tables

Percentages

Name percentages

- What is a percentageIdentify which of the stated facts about percentages are true
- Percentage as special form of fractionIdentify the fraction that best represents each of these percentage values
- Percentage of the capacityConvert the amount of liquid in the containers from millilitres to percent full

Find percentages

- Find 50% using halfUse the fact that 50% is equivalent to 1/2 to find 50% of the given integers
- Find 25% using quarterUse the fact that 25% is equivalent to 1/4 to find 25% of an integer
- Find 10% using 1/10Use the fact that 10% is equivalent to one tenth to find 10% of an integer
- Find 20% using 2/10Use the fact that 20% is equivalent to two tenths to find 20% of an integer

Percent, fractions, decimals

- When best to use themIdentify the best form to use in different situations - fraction, decimal or percentage
- Fractions to percentIdentify the correct percentage equivalent for each fraction
- Fractions to decimalsIdentify the correct decimal equivalent for each given fraction
- Decimals to percentIdentify the correct percentage equivalent for each decimal
- Add fractions to decimalsAdd decimals to tenths, hundredths and thousandths
- Subtract decimals from fractionsSubtract decimals from tenths, hundreths and thousandths
- Puzzles and problemsUse the arithmetic of decimals to identify the largest or smallest of the given values

Measurements

Estimate

- Estimate the timeEstimate the time these tasks would take on average
- Estimate the heightEstimate or guess the approximate height of the objects
- Estimate the weightEstimate or guess the approximate weight of each of the given objects
- Estimate the volumeEstimate or guess the approximate volume of the given objects in litres or millilitres

Convert units

- Minutes to hours & minutesConvert times given in minutes into the equivalent time in hours and minutes
- Hours and minutes to minutesConvert hours and minutes into the equivalent number of minutes only
- Convert kilometers to metersConvert the given kilometers to the equivalent number of meters
- Convert meters to kilometersConvert the given number of meters to the equivalent number of kilometers
- Convert centimeters to metersConvert the given number of centimeters to the equivalent number of meters
- Convert meters to centimetersConvert the given number of meters to the equivalent number of centimeters
- Convert centimeters to millimetersConvert the given number of centimeters to the equivalent number of millimeters
- Convert millimeters to centimetersConvert the given number of millimeters to the equivalent number of centimeters
- Convert grams to kilogramsConvert the given number of grams to the equivalent number of kilograms
- Convert kilograms to gramsConvert the given number of kilograms to the equivalent number of grams
- Convert liters to millilitersConvert the given number of liters to the equivalent number of milliliters
- Convert milliliters to litersConvert the given number of milliliters to the equivalent number of liters

Approximate equivalence

- Convert units: metric to imperialUse the stated approximations to convert metric to imperial measures
- Convert units: imperial to metricUse the given approximations to convert imperial to metric measures

Calculate & measure

- Calculate perimeter: composite shapesCalculate the perimeters of composite shapes using metric measures
- Calculate area: squaresCalculate the areas of squares using standard units
- Calculate area: rectanglesCalculate the areas of the given rectangles using standard metric units

Calculate & compare

- Rectangles: largest areaCalculate the areas of two rectangles and say which is the biggest
- Rectangles: how much biggerCompare areas of rectangles and say by how much one is bigger than the other
- Rectangles: longer perimeterCalculate the perimeters of two rectangles and say which rectangle has the longer perimeter

Compare: weight

- Metric weights: different unitsCompare weights in different metric units and choose the heaviest item
- Kilograms to imperial poundsSelect equality symbols to correctly compare masses in metric kilograms and imperial pounds
- Metric and imperial weightsCompare 3 metric and imperial weights and say which is the heaviest

Compare: length

- Equality symbols: metric & imperialChoose the correct symbol to say if length A is longer, shorter or equal to length B

Solving problems

- Missing measurementsUse perimeter & reverse operations to find missing measurements
- Rectangle perimeters as sums of lettersUse letters to express the perimeters of rectangles
- Ribbon lengths & moneyUse a conversion to work out how much the ribbon will cost

Shapes

Identifying shapes

- Identify polygons, quadrilateralsIdentify the names of the given polygons and quadrilaterals from the images
- 3D shapes: name from diagramIdentify the names of these three-dimensional (3D) shapes in various orientations
- 3D shapes from their netsIdentify three-dimensional (3D) shapes from their nets

Properties of 2-D shapes

- How many lines of symmetryIdentify the number of lines of symmetry for each of these named shapes
- Identify properties of 2-D shapesChoose the correct set of properties for each of the given 2-dimensional shapes
- Is the polygon regular or irregular?Identify whether the illustrated polygons are regular or irregular

Angles

- Acute, obtuse or reflexIdentify whether the given angles are acute, right, obtuse or reflex
- Estimate the size of anglesEstimate the size of the given acute, obtuse and reflex angles to the nearest 10 degrees
- Angles on a straight line: missing angleUse the fact that angles on a straight line sum to 180° to find the missing angle x
- Angles around a pointUse the fact that angles around a point sum to 360° to find the missing angle x

Conventional markings

- Conventional markingsIdentify correct markings for parallel lines, right angles and equal length sides

Position + Direction

Translate a shape

- Right and upIdentify the shape that has moved X squares right and Y squares up
- Right and downIdentify which shape has moved X squares right and Y squares down
- Left and downIdentify the shape that has moved X squares left and Y squares down

Describe the translation

- Right and up or downDescribe the translation of the pink square to the green square using right and up or down
- Left and up or downDescribe the translation of the pink square to the green square using left and up or down

Reflection

- Identify and describe reflectionsIdentify the correct description for the given reflections

Statistics

Timetables

- Timetables: read, identify factsRead the timetable and recount simple facts derived from them
- Timetables: interpret, compareRead this excerpt from a bus timetable to interpret and compare the data

Tables

- Read tables, identify factsUse the sport competition results table to answer simple questions about the player's results
- Tables: interpret, compareRead these tables to interpret and compare the data
- Complete the tableUse the information given to identify the missing numbers

Line graphs

- Line graphs: read, interpretRead the line graphs and interpret the data to answer the questions
- Line graphs: read, compareRead the line graphs and interpret the data to make comparisons

Representation of data

- Most appropriate data representationIdentify the more appropriate means of representing the data for the given data sets

Algebra

Equations

- Algebra : addition equationsSolve the one-step addition equations to find the value of the letter
- Algebra : subtraction equationsSolve the one-step subtraction equations to find the value of the letter
- Algebra : multiplication equationsSolve the one step multiplication equations to find the value of the letter
- Algebra : division equationsSolve the one-step division equations to find the value of the letter

Formulae: perimeter

- Perimeter of a squareUse the formula perimeter P = 4 x length to work out the perimeter of each square
- Perimeter of a rectangleUse the formula perimeter P = 2 x (length + width) to calculate the perimeter of rectangles
- Perimeter of a triangleUse the formula P = 3 x length to work out the perimeter of these equilateral triangles

Formulae: area

- Area of a squareCalculate the area of the square using the formula area A = length x length
- Area of a rectangleCalculate the area of rectangles using the formula area A = length L x width W

Missing angle

- Angles on a straight lineWhich of the given equations could be used to find the missing angle?

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