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Here is a list of all of the math skills students learn in fourth grade! These skills are organized into categories, and you can move your mouse over any skill name to preview the skill. To start practicing, just click on any link. IXL will track your score, and the questions will automatically increase in difficulty as you improve!

Number sense

  1. A.1
    Value of a digit

  2. A.2
    Convert between standard and expanded form

  3. A.3
    Place value names

  4. A.4
    Convert between place values

  5. A.5
    Choose word names for numbers up to one thousand

  6. A.6
    Write word names for numbers up to one thousand

  7. A.7
    Choose word names for numbers up to one hundred million

  8. A.8
    Write word names for numbers up to one hundred million

  9. A.9
    Roman numerals

  10. A.10
    Prime and composite – up to 20

  11. A.11
    Prime and composite – up to 100

  12. A.12
    Rounding

  13. A.13
    Even or odd: arithmetic rules

  14. A.14
    Inequalities with number lines

  15. A.15
    Compare numbers up to one billion

Addition

  1. B.1
    Add numbers up to millions

  2. B.2
    Add numbers up to millions: word problems

  3. B.3
    Addition: fill in the missing digits

  4. B.4
    Properties of addition

  5. B.5
    Add 3 or more numbers up to millions

  6. B.6
    Addition patterns over increasing place values

  7. B.7
    Choose numbers with a particular sum

  8. B.8
    Estimate sums

  9. B.9
    Estimate sums: word problems

Subtraction

  1. C.1
    Subtract numbers up to millions

  2. C.2
    Subtract numbers up to millions: word problems

  3. C.3
    Subtraction: fill in the missing digits

  4. C.4
    Subtraction patterns over increasing place values

  5. C.5
    Choose numbers with a particular difference

  6. C.6
    Estimate differences

  7. C.7
    Estimate differences: word problems

Multiplication

  1. D.1
    Multiplication facts to 12

  2. D.2
    Multiplication facts up to 12: find the missing factor

  3. D.3
    Compare numbers using multiplication

  4. D.4
    Choose the multiples of a given number up to 12

  5. D.5
    Identify factors

  6. D.6
    Multiply 1-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers

  7. D.7
    Multiply 1-digit numbers by 3-digit or 4-digit numbers

  8. D.8
    Multiply 1-digit numbers by larger numbers

  9. D.9
    Multiplication patterns over increasing place values

  10. D.10
    Properties of multiplication

  11. D.11
    Distributive property: find the missing factor

  12. D.12
    Multiply using the distributive property

  13. D.13
    Estimate products – multiply by 1-digit numbers

  14. D.14
    Estimate products – multiply by larger numbers

  15. D.15
    Estimate products: word problems

  16. D.16
    Box multiplication

  17. D.17
    Lattice multiplication

  18. D.18
    Multiply a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number: complete the missing steps

  19. D.19
    Multiply a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number

  20. D.20
    Multiply a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number: word problems

  21. D.21
    Choose numbers with a particular product

  22. D.22
    Multiply a 2-digit number by a larger number: complete the missing steps

  23. D.23
    Multiply a 2-digit number by a larger number

  24. D.24
    Multiply a 2-digit number by a larger number: word problems

  25. D.25
    Multiply numbers ending in zeroes

  26. D.26
    Multiply numbers ending in zeroes: word problems

  27. D.27
    Multiply three numbers up to two digits each

  28. D.28
    Multiply three or more numbers: word problems

  29. D.29
    Inequalities with multiplication

  30. D.30
    Multiplication input/output tables

  31. D.31
    Multiplication input/output tables: find the rule

Division

  1. E.1
    Division facts to 12

  2. E.2
    Division facts to 12: word problems

  3. E.3
    Properties of division

  4. E.4
    Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers

  5. E.5
    Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers: word problems

  6. E.6
    Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers: complete the table

  7. E.7
    Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers: interpret remainders

  8. E.8
    Divide larger numbers by 1-digit numbers

  9. E.9
    Divide larger numbers by 1-digit numbers: word problems

  10. E.10
    Divide larger numbers by 1-digit numbers: complete the table

  11. E.11
    Divide larger numbers by 1-digit numbers: interpret remainders

  12. E.12
    Choose numbers with a particular quotient

  13. E.13
    Division patterns over increasing place values

  14. E.14
    Divide numbers ending in zeroes by 1-digit numbers

  15. E.15
    Divide by 1-digit numbers: estimate quotients

  16. E.16
    Divisibility rules

  17. E.17
    Divisibility rules: word problems

  18. E.18
    Divide numbers ending in zeroes by multi-digit numbers

  19. E.19
    Divide numbers ending in zeroes by multi-digit numbers: word problems

  20. E.20
    Divide 2-digit numbers by multiples of 10

  21. E.21
    Divide by 2-digit numbers

  22. E.22
    Divide by 2-digit numbers: word problems

  23. E.23
    Divide larger numbers by 2-digit numbers

  24. E.24
    Divide larger numbers by 2-digit numbers: word problems

  25. E.25
    Inequalities with division

  26. E.26
    Estimate quotients

Mixed operations

  1. F.1
    Add, subtract, multiply, and divide

  2. F.2
    Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division word problems

  3. F.3
    Estimate sums, differences, products, and quotients: word problems

  4. F.4
    Word problems with extra or missing information

  5. F.5
    Solve word problems using guess-and-check

  6. F.6
    Multi-step word problems

  7. F.7
    Choose numbers with a particular sum, difference, product, or quotient

  8. F.8
    Mentally add and subtract numbers ending in zeroes

  9. F.9
    Write numerical expressions

  10. F.10
    Perform multiple operations with whole numbers

  11. F.11
    Inequalities involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

Variable expressions

  1. G.1
    Write variable expressions

  2. G.2
    Write variable expressions: word problems

  3. G.3
    Evaluate variable expressions

  4. G.4
    Write variable equations to represent word problems

  5. G.5
    Solve variable equations

Functions

  1. H.1
    Input/output tables with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division

  2. H.2
    Complete a table for a two-variable relationship

  3. H.3
    Write a two-variable equation

  4. H.4
    Graph a two-variable relationship

Coordinate plane

  1. I.1
    Objects on a coordinate plane

  2. I.2
    Graph points on a coordinate plane

  3. I.3
    Follow directions on a coordinate plane

  4. I.4
    Coordinate planes as maps

Data and graphs

  1. J.1
    Read a table

  2. J.2
    Interpret line graphs

  3. J.3
    Create line graphs

  4. J.4
    Interpret bar graphs

  5. J.5
    Create bar graphs

  6. J.6
    Interpret line plots

  7. J.7
    Create line plots

  8. J.8
    Create and interpret line plots with fractions

  9. J.9
    Frequency charts

  10. J.10
    Stem-and-leaf plots

  11. J.11
    Circle graphs

  12. J.12
    Choose the best type of graph

Logical reasoning

  1. K.1
    Place value word problems

  2. K.2
    Find two numbers based on sum and difference

  3. K.3
    Find two numbers based on sum, difference, product, and quotient

  4. K.4
    Find the order

Patterns and sequences

  1. L.1
    Find the next shape in a repeating pattern

  2. L.2
    Complete a repeating pattern

  3. L.3
    Make a repeating pattern

  4. L.4
    Find the next row in a growing pattern of shapes

  5. L.5
    Complete an increasing number pattern

  6. L.6
    Complete a geometric number pattern

  7. L.7
    Use a rule to complete a number pattern

  8. L.8
    Number patterns: word problems

  9. L.9
    Number patterns: mixed review

Money

  1. M.1
    Count coins and bills – up to $5 bill

  2. M.2
    Compare money amounts

  3. M.3
    Round money amounts

  4. M.4
    Add and subtract money amounts

  5. M.5
    Add, subtract, multiply, and divide money amounts

  6. M.6
    Making change

  7. M.7
    Price lists with addition and subtraction

  8. M.8
    Price lists with multiplication

  9. M.9
    Unit prices

Units of measurement

  1. N.1
    Measure using an inch ruler

  2. N.2
    Which customary unit is appropriate?

  3. N.3
    Compare and convert customary units of length

  4. N.4
    Compare and convert customary units of weight

  5. N.5
    Compare and convert customary units of volume

  6. N.6
    Compare and convert customary units

  7. N.7
    Conversion tables – customary units

  8. N.8
    Compare customary units by multiplying

  9. N.9
    Convert mixed customary units

  10. N.10
    Add and subtract mixed customary units

  11. N.11
    Which metric unit is appropriate?

  12. N.12
    Compare and convert metric units of length

  13. N.13
    Compare and convert metric units of weight

  14. N.14
    Compare and convert metric units of volume

  15. N.15
    Compare and convert metric units

  16. N.16
    Conversion tables – metric units

  17. N.17
    Convert metric mixed units

  18. N.18
    Add and subtract metric mixed units

  19. N.19
    Convert between metric and customary units

Time

  1. O.1
    Convert time units

  2. O.2
    Add and subtract mixed time units

  3. O.3
    Fractions of time units

  4. O.4
    Time zones

  5. O.5
    Elapsed time

  6. O.6
    Elapsed time: word problems

  7. O.7
    Find start and end times: multi-step word problems

  8. O.8
    Transportation schedules

  9. O.9
    Time patterns

Fraction equivalence and ordering

  1. P.1
    Fractions review

  2. P.2
    Fractions of a whole: word problems

  3. P.3
    Fractions of a group: word problems

  4. P.4
    Mixed number review

  5. P.5
    Find equivalent fractions using area models

  6. P.6
    Graph equivalent fractions on number lines

  7. P.7
    Equivalent fractions

  8. P.8
    Fractions with denominators of 10, 100, and 1000

  9. P.9
    Patterns of equivalent fractions

  10. P.10
    Write fractions in lowest terms

  11. P.11
    Compare fractions with like numerators or denominators using models

  12. P.12
    Graph and compare fractions with like numerators or denominators on number lines

  13. P.13
    Compare fractions with like numerators or denominators

  14. P.14
    Compare fractions using models

  15. P.15
    Benchmark fractions

  16. P.16
    Compare fractions using benchmarks

  17. P.17
    Compare fractions

  18. P.18
    Compare fractions in recipes

  19. P.19
    Graph and order fractions on number lines

  20. P.20
    Order fractions with like numerators or denominators

  21. P.21
    Order fractions

  22. P.22
    Find smaller or larger fractions

  23. P.23
    Convert between improper fractions and mixed numbers

Add and subtract fractions with like denominators

  1. Q.1
    Decompose fractions into unit fractions

  2. Q.2
    Decompose fractions

  3. Q.3
    Decompose fractions multiple ways

  4. Q.4
    Add fractions with like denominators using number lines

  5. Q.5
    Add fractions with like denominators

  6. Q.6
    Subtract fractions with like denominators using number lines

  7. Q.7
    Subtract fractions with like denominators

  8. Q.8
    Add and subtract fractions with like denominators using number lines

  9. Q.9
    Add and subtract fractions with like denominators

  10. Q.10
    Compare sums and differences of fractions with like denominators

  11. Q.11
    Add and subtract fractions with like denominators: word problems

  12. Q.12
    Add and subtract fractions with like denominators in recipes

  13. Q.13
    Add 3 or more fractions with like denominators

  14. Q.14
    Add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators

Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators

  1. R.1
    Add fractions with unlike denominators using models

  2. R.2
    Add fractions with unlike denominators

  3. R.3
    Subtract fractions with unlike denominators using models

  4. R.4
    Subtract fractions with unlike denominators

  5. R.5
    Add fractions with denominators of 10 and 100

  6. R.6
    Add and subtract fractions with denominators of 10, 100, and 1000

  7. R.7
    Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators: word problems

  8. R.8
    Compare sums of unit fractions

  9. R.9
    Compare differences of unit fractions

  10. R.10
    Compare sums and differences of unit fractions

  11. R.11
    Add 3 or more fractions with unlike denominators

  12. R.12
    Add 3 or more fractions with like and unlike denominators: word problems

  13. R.13
    Find the missing numerator or denominator in addition and subtraction sentences

  14. R.14
    Add and subtract mixed numbers with unlike denominators

  15. R.15
    Add and subtract mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators: word problems

  16. R.16
    Compare sums and differences of fractions

  17. R.17
    Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators in recipes

Multiply fractions

  1. S.1
    Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using number lines

  2. S.2
    Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers using models

  3. S.3
    Multiples of fractions

  4. S.4
    Multiply unit fractions and whole numbers: sorting

  5. S.5
    Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers

  6. S.6
    Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers: word problems

  7. S.7
    Multiply fractions by whole numbers using number lines

  8. S.8
    Multiply fractions by whole numbers using models

  9. S.9
    Multiply fractions and whole numbers: sorting

  10. S.10
    Multiply fractions by whole numbers

  11. S.11
    Scaling whole numbers by fractions

  12. S.12
    Multiply fractions by whole numbers: word problems

  13. S.13
    Multiply fractions and mixed numbers by whole numbers in recipes

  14. S.14
    Fractions of a number

  15. S.15
    Fractions of a number: word problems

Decimals

  1. T.1
    What decimal number is illustrated?

  2. T.2
    Model decimals and fractions

  3. T.3
    Understanding decimals expressed in words

  4. T.4
    Place values in decimal numbers

  5. T.5
    Equivalent decimals

  6. T.6
    Graph decimals on number lines

  7. T.7
    Decimal number lines

  8. T.8
    Graph fractions as decimals on number lines

  9. T.9
    Convert fractions and mixed numbers to decimals – denominators of 10 and 100

  10. T.10
    Convert fractions and mixed numbers to decimals

  11. T.11
    Convert decimals to fractions and mixed numbers

  12. T.12
    Convert decimals between standard and expanded form using fractions

  13. T.13
    Round decimals

  14. T.14
    Compare decimals on number lines

  15. T.15
    Compare decimal numbers

  16. T.16
    Put decimal numbers in order I

  17. T.17
    Put decimal numbers in order II

  18. T.18
    Compare decimals and fractions on number lines

  19. T.19
    Compare decimals and fractions

  20. T.20
    Number sequences involving decimals

Add and subtract decimals

  1. U.1
    Add decimal numbers

  2. U.2
    Subtract decimal numbers

  3. U.3
    Add and subtract decimals: word problems

  4. U.4
    Choose decimals with a particular sum or difference

  5. U.5
    Add 3 or more decimals

  6. U.6
    Add 3 or more decimals: word problems

  7. U.7
    Complete the addition or subtraction sentence

  8. U.8
    Inequalities with addition and subtraction

  9. U.9
    Estimate sums and differences of decimals

  10. U.10
    Solve decimal problems using diagrams

Probability and statistics

  1. V.1
    Understanding probability

  2. V.2
    Find the probability

  3. V.3
    Make predictions

  4. V.4
    Mean, median, mode, and range

  5. V.5
    Interpret charts to find mean, median, mode, and range

  6. V.6
    Combinations

Two-dimensional figures

  1. W.1
    Open and closed shapes

  2. W.2
    Is it a polygon?

  3. W.3
    Number of sides in polygons

  4. W.4
    Lines, line segments, and rays

  5. W.5
    Parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting lines

  6. W.6
    Identify congruent figures

  7. W.7
    Parts of a circle

Triangles and quadrilaterals

  1. X.1
    Acute, obtuse, and right triangles

  2. X.2
    Scalene, isosceles, and equilateral triangles

  3. X.3
    Classify triangles

  4. X.4
    Parallel sides in quadrilaterals

  5. X.5
    Identify parallelograms

  6. X.6
    Identify trapezoids

  7. X.7
    Identify rectangles

  8. X.8
    Identify rhombuses

  9. X.9
    Classify quadrilaterals

Symmetry

  1. Y.1
    Identify lines of symmetry

  2. Y.2
    Draw lines of symmetry

  3. Y.3
    Count lines of symmetry

  4. Y.4
    Rotational symmetry

Angles

  1. Z.1
    Acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles

  2. Z.2
    Angles of 90, 180, 270, and 360 degrees

  3. Z.3
    Measure angles with a protractor

  4. Z.4
    Estimate angle measurements

  5. Z.5
    Adjacent angles

Three-dimensional figures

  1. AA.1
    Identify three-dimensional figures

  2. AA.2
    Count vertices, edges, and faces

  3. AA.3
    Identify faces of three-dimensional figures

  4. AA.4
    Properties of three-dimensional figures

  5. AA.5
    Nets of three-dimensional figures

Geometric measurement

  1. BB.1
    Perimeter

  2. BB.2
    Perimeter: find the missing side lengths

  3. BB.3
    Select figures with a given area

  4. BB.4
    Select two figures with the same area

  5. BB.5
    Create figures with a given area

  6. BB.6
    Find the area or missing side length of a rectangle

  7. BB.7
    Area of complex figures (with all right angles)

  8. BB.8
    Area between two rectangles

  9. BB.9
    Compare area and perimeter of two figures

  10. BB.10
    Relationship between area and perimeter

  11. BB.11
    Area and perimeter: word problems

  12. BB.12
    Rectangles: relationship between perimeter and area word problems

  13. BB.13
    Volume

  14. BB.14
    Use area and perimeter to determine cost

  15. BB.15
    Calculate radius, diameter, and circumference


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Sometimes, it’s easier to get by with a little help from our friends. That’s why some people have put time and effort in to developing online resources for teachers and students to use in their classrooms and help encourage learning. If you do a search online, you’ll likely be able to find several resources for your subject area. To save you time, we’ve rounded up a couple top resources for different subject areas. This week, we’ll be starting with some of the best math resources found online. Check out the links below and see what you can use in your math class!

 

6 Math Resources to Use in Your Class

 

math 30-1Mathematics 30-1 – Grade 9-12 – This website houses a variety of lessons, practice exams, videos and animations to help students learn math at the high school level. The content is free and contains 24 lessons that can be accessed on YouTube, making it easy for students to access on their tablet or smartphone.

 

 

eworkshopEworkshop.on.ca – Kindergarten – Grade 6 – This website focuses on supplying math resources for students in Kindergarten to grade 6 in Ontario. It covers a variety of numeracy modules and includes printable documents and videos.

 

 

mathcentralMath Central – Kindergarten to Grade 12 – Developed by the University of Regina and the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences, this website has a wealth of resources for both teachers and students. For teachers, there are resources spanning from elementary to secondary school, covering all provinces. There is also a page where students can search and submit math questions and receive answers from a panel of consultants.

 

math-frogMath Frog – Grade 4-6 – This website is for students and teachers as well. Teachers can access class planning resources for grades 4-6, including fun games to play in class with relevant follow-up questions to help learn the skills. There is also a page for students with links to online games for them to learn and test their math skills.

 

yummymathYummy Math – Grade 3-12 – Although this site was created in the U.S., it houses a lot of activities that can be adapted in Canada. Ranging from grade 3 to high school, you can also search the activities by genre to find a more specific activity to suit your needs.

 

 

pbsPBS LearningMedia – PreK – Grade 12 – This site offers a variety of resources for math learners ranging from PreK to grade 12 and beyond. Search by subject or grade level to see what activities or lesson plans are available for your class. Bonus: this site has pages for other subjects for those who teach a variety of classes.

 

For some students math can be challenging – whether they find it difficult or are just not interested. Using these resource links is a great way to find new and interesting ways to teach math and better help to captivate your students.

Stay tuned in the coming weeks for the top resources for other subjects.

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