My name is Nicole Chavanne and I am a 5th grade special education teacher in an inclusion classroom. I also
MathLibs® – Free for Over a Decade!
Make your own silly math questions! Have fun while reviewing 4th Grade Math for the state tests. (Flash® is required.) You can also view MathLibs® FULL SCREEN (ad free) in a new window and try other fun math content below!
It’s easy to explore:
- Click Math Libs above to choose between Multiplication MathLibs® (Grade 3) and Grade 4 MathLibs® sets. You can then generate your own silly math questions!
- Click Lessons above to click through fun animated Grade 4 math lessons in: Numbers, Patterns, Measurement, Geometry, Graphing, and Probability. If you prefer to hear audio with the lessons, click here (also ad free).
More fun math on KidCourses.com:
Colorful PDF of the Grade 4 Lesson 1 concepts (whole numbers, fractions, decimals, rounding, expanded notation, multiples, factors, what it means to be prime, the Associative and Commutative Properties, how we compare numbers and long division)
Rapid Fire Quiz, Lesson 1 (whole numbers, fractions, decimals, rounding, expanded notation, multiples, factors, what it means to be prime, the Associative and Commutative Properties, how we compare numbers and long division)
Rapid Fire Quiz, Lesson 2 (using symbols instead of numbers, patterns, ratios, and percents)
Rapid Fire Quiz, Lesson 3 (length, perimeter, area, volume, time, temperature, and estimation strategies)
Rapid Fire Quiz, Lesson 4 (degrees, types of angles, parallel and perpendicular lines, shapes and solids, congruent figures, symmetry, and transformations)
Rapid Fire Quiz, Lesson 5 (the coordinate grid, x-axis, y-axis, how to plot and find points, and how to use a grid to measure distances)
Rapid Fire Quiz, Lesson 6 (charts, graphs, random sampling, probability, combinations, minimums, maximums, range, mean, median, and mode)
Try our Grade 4 Math Review with audio
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