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4th Grade Daily Math Practice – Week 1, Day 1

15 Aug

If I had my computer, these would be more spiffy, insha Allah.  Right now, I just write them on paper and laminate.  The kids can write on them with a board marker or copy the problems onto another piece of paper.  I would like to turn these into card decks, as I think it might feel less tedious to complete than a worksheet……………….

These can also be done orally.

1-1 Math Facts

6+6=_____

7+7=_____

8+8=_____

9+9=_____

10+10=_______

3+3=________

4+4=______

5+5=______

4+4=______

b. Subtraction

18-9=_____

16-8=_____

14-7=_____

20-10=______

12-6=_______

6-3=________

8-4=________

10-5=______

C. Multiplication

4×2

6×2

9×2

3×2

2×2

5×2

10×2

7×2

11×2

12×2

1×2

d. Division

8/2

4/2

12/2

2/2

4/2

16/2

6/2

14/2

10/2

18/2

20/2

1-2. Numeration

a. Write the place each digit is in in the following number:

7,345,621

7________________________

1________________________

2_______________________

b. Round:

12 to the nearest 10 ___________

715 to the nearest 100 __________

7,386 to the nearest 1000__________________

 

1-3 Operations

3+8+7

39+9

b. Subtraction

47-16

38-9

c. Multiplication

41×2

122×3

22×8

d. Division

10/3

42/2

846/2

1-4 Fractions/Decimals

Write fraction for shaded portion

picture: (three circles, one shaded) _____________

 

1/3 of 15 apples = ______________

1/4 of 16 oranges = ____________

 

1-5 Geometry

Find the perimeter: (picture: rectangle, with l=2cm, w=10cm); remember the units

1-6 Measurement

Measure and record the length of your math notebook or book; remember the units.

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