By the end of Year 4 children will be using standard written methods of addition and subtraction, and will be developing their written methods of multiplication and division. They will have a sound knowledge of all times tables up to 10x10 and use this to work out corresponding division facts. All this will be based on sound mental methods of calculating.

Perimeters and areas of rectangles will be worked out and reading the time should be fully mastered.We have arranged all our Year 4 Maths Worksheets (age 8-9) into the following categories. Each has many resources within so why not jump in and explore the site?

- Number and Place Value
- Addition
- Subtraction
- Multiplication
- Fractions and Decimals
- Division
- Geometry
- Measuring and Time
- Statistics
- Challenges and Investigations
- Year 4 Mental Arithmetic

Our most popular Year 4 Maths Worksheets (age 8-9). Each of these resources has been selected due to the number of times they have been viewed by our members.

As well as worksheets some ideas on how to get across the idea of thousands, hundreds, tens and units.

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10 pages

Place value and partitioning as well as writing larger numbers in words and figures. Many children find working with larger numbers very difficult, even with the help of a calculator.

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6 pages

When counting up or down in tens or hundreds it can get tricky either side of the thousand boundary. These pages will help children gain confidence counting on and back.

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7 pages

Finding one more than a number sounds easy, but finding one more than numbers such as 2999 can prove tricky.

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7 pages

The more than and less than signs should be familiar, now they can be put to use with negative numbers. There’s more on ordering larger numbers as well.

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6 pages

Finding the number half way between two other numbers is not always easy. There are number lines to help with this as well as counting on in ones, tens and hundreds.

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5 pages

The cards at the end of this module are needed to complete these pages. Print onto card and cut them out.

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5 pages

Reading temperature is a great way to practise using negative numbers. Try ordering negative numbers as well.

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3 pages