Nina's Math
5/16 Practice
Word problem worksheet for addition and subtraction.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4wordproblemsmixedadditionsubtractionc.pdf
Word problem worksheet for addition and subtraction.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4wordproblemsmixedadditionsubtractionc.pdf
5/14 Practice
Worksheet on table data.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4wordproblemsmixedadditionsubtractiona.pdf
Addition and subtraction word problems.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4wordproblemsmixedadditionsubtractionb.pdf
Worksheet on table data.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4wordproblemsmixedadditionsubtractiona.pdf
Addition and subtraction word problems.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4wordproblemsmixedadditionsubtractionb.pdf
5/9 Practice
Do all ODD problems.
Do all ODD problems.
grade4missingplacevalue4digitnumbera.pdf  
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Do all problems.
graphing_bargraphcharts.pdf  
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Do all problems.
graphing_bargraphcomp.pdf  
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5/7 Practice
Fraction to decimal conversions.
Write each decimal as a simplified fraction.
Problems that simplify: 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 13, 15, 17.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4decimalstofractionsa.pdf
Fraction to decimal conversions.
Write each decimal as a simplified fraction.
Problems that simplify: 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 13, 15, 17.
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4decimalstofractionsa.pdf
5/2 Practice
Fractions to decimals
www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/tablefractiondecimal.php?op=1&col=2&row=9&morethan1=1&mixed=1&dec=3&easy=50&powten=50&max=100&any=0&minden=3&maxden=20&exp=8&font=Arial&FontSize=12pt&pad=16&ptitle=&Submit=Submit
Fractions to decimals
www.homeschoolmath.net/worksheets/tablefractiondecimal.php?op=1&col=2&row=9&morethan1=1&mixed=1&dec=3&easy=50&powten=50&max=100&any=0&minden=3&maxden=20&exp=8&font=Arial&FontSize=12pt&pad=16&ptitle=&Submit=Submit
4/30 Practice
Print out and do the questions on the worksheet below.
1 cm = 10 mm
1 m = 100 cm
1 m = 1000 mm
1 km = 1000 m
Print out and do the questions on the worksheet below.
1 cm = 10 mm
1 m = 100 cm
1 m = 1000 mm
1 km = 1000 m
grade4metricunitslengthkmmcmmma.pdf  
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4/25 Practice
Print out and fill out the bar graph from the file below. (The answers are on the second page).
Print out and fill out the bar graph from the file below. (The answers are on the second page).
fruitygraphbarp2.pdf  
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Write down the answers to the questions below on a sheet of paper. The questions refer to the dot plot to the right.
1) What is the graph about? (Look at the title for a clue). 2) Which snack is the most popular? 3) Which snack is the least popular? 4) What is the maximum? 5) What is the minimum? 6) What is the range? (Maximum  Minimum) 
4/23 Practice
1) Do the multiplications using BOTH ways.
25 x 48
59 x 34
Do this worksheet on ordering fractions below.
1) Do the multiplications using BOTH ways.
25 x 48
59 x 34
Do this worksheet on ordering fractions below.
grade4ordering3fractionsb.pdf  
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4/18 Practice
1) Do problems #9  16 (for converting decimals to fractions). Make sure the fractions are SIMPLIFIED.
1) Do problems #9  16 (for converting decimals to fractions). Make sure the fractions are SIMPLIFIED.
converting_fractions_decimals.pdf  
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2) Do all problems (for angles).
angles.pdf  
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4/11 Practice
1) Do the multiplication using BOTH ways.
47 x 36
2) Change the decimals on the worksheet below into fractions. Make sure to simplify the fractions at the end. For example, 30/100 would become 3/10 since both 30 and 100 can be divided by 10.
1) Do the multiplication using BOTH ways.
47 x 36
2) Change the decimals on the worksheet below into fractions. Make sure to simplify the fractions at the end. For example, 30/100 would become 3/10 since both 30 and 100 can be divided by 10.
decimals_to_fractions.pdf  
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4/9 Practice
1) Do the two multiplications using BOTH ways.
34 x 63
78 x 56
2) Do the worksheet below for converting between fractions and decimals.
*Tip: To turn 8 in the denominator (the bottom of the fraction) into 1000, multiply 8 x 5 x 25. Do the same to the number in the numerator (the top of the fraction).
These are approximations on the worksheet for #10, 11, 13, and 19:
1/3 is about equal to .333
2/3 is about equal to .667
1) Do the two multiplications using BOTH ways.
34 x 63
78 x 56
2) Do the worksheet below for converting between fractions and decimals.
*Tip: To turn 8 in the denominator (the bottom of the fraction) into 1000, multiply 8 x 5 x 25. Do the same to the number in the numerator (the top of the fraction).
These are approximations on the worksheet for #10, 11, 13, and 19:
1/3 is about equal to .333
2/3 is about equal to .667
converting_fractions_decimals.pdf  
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4/4 Practice
1) Do the two multiplications using BOTH ways.
24 x 57
38 x 15
2) Do all the problems on the link below for adding fractions and showing them with pictures. You can check the answers at the bottom of the file.
1) Do the two multiplications using BOTH ways.
24 x 57
38 x 15
2) Do all the problems on the link below for adding fractions and showing them with pictures. You can check the answers at the bottom of the file.
mixed_number_addition.pdf  
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3/28 Practice
Please do pages 8 and 9 of the PDF file below. It should say "Fractions & Division Tables" and "Comparing, Adding, & Subtracting Fractions" at the top of the pages.
Please do pages 8 and 9 of the PDF file below. It should say "Fractions & Division Tables" and "Comparing, Adding, & Subtracting Fractions" at the top of the pages.
marina_coursework.pdf  
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3/26 Practice
Please do these two things for homework.
1) Multiply the following numbers using BOTH the area way and vertical way.
37 x 52
68 x 49
2) Fill in the page that says "Fractions & Mixed Numbers" on the worksheet that your dad printed out. Do questions a, b, and c by showing the fractions using the three ways shown in the picture below. (If the number line way is hard, we can look at that together next time during tutoring, so at least do the circle way and square/rectangle way of showing fractions).
I showed how to do 7/4 with the writing shown in blue. That can be used as an example for how you can show 9/8, 19/16, and 10/4.
Please do these two things for homework.
1) Multiply the following numbers using BOTH the area way and vertical way.
37 x 52
68 x 49
2) Fill in the page that says "Fractions & Mixed Numbers" on the worksheet that your dad printed out. Do questions a, b, and c by showing the fractions using the three ways shown in the picture below. (If the number line way is hard, we can look at that together next time during tutoring, so at least do the circle way and square/rectangle way of showing fractions).
I showed how to do 7/4 with the writing shown in blue. That can be used as an example for how you can show 9/8, 19/16, and 10/4.
3/23 Practice
Please do these two things for homework.
1) Multiply the following numbers using BOTH the area way and vertical way.
52 x 67
44 x 86
2) Do the 6th page on the PDF file below. It is the page that says "Mario's Marbles" at the top.
Please do these two things for homework.
1) Multiply the following numbers using BOTH the area way and vertical way.
52 x 67
44 x 86
2) Do the 6th page on the PDF file below. It is the page that says "Mario's Marbles" at the top.
marina_coursework.pdf  
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3/21 Practice
For today's homework, do these 2 things.
1) Multiply the numbers shown below using BOTH the rectangle area way and the vertical multiplication way.
26 x 43
54 x 37
2) Fill out the blanks in these ratio tables.
For today's homework, do these 2 things.
1) Multiply the numbers shown below using BOTH the rectangle area way and the vertical multiplication way.
26 x 43
54 x 37
2) Fill out the blanks in these ratio tables.
3/16 Practice
First watch these two videos on multiplying a 2 digit number by another 2 digit number. Video 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJFhmJbpxC0 Video 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaQlieZH1kk Next, do these three multiplications on paper using BOTH the area model and the way shown in the videos. There is a picture for the area model to the right. Please do each of these three multiplications using both the methods listed above. 1) 24 x 18 2) 31 x 29 3) 42 x 35 
Reminder: Here is the area model for multiplication.

3/13 Practice
First watch these two videos on multiplying a 2 digit number by another 2 digit number. Video 1: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJFhmJbpxC0 Video 2: www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaQlieZH1kk Next, do these three multiplications on paper using BOTH the area model and the way shown in the videos. There is a picture for the area model to the right. Please do each of these three multiplications using both the methods listed above. 1) 23 x 16 2) 35 x 27 3) 46 x 59 
Reminder: Here is the area model for multiplication.

3/9 Practice Problems
Only page 2
Only page 2
marina_coursework.pdf  
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3/6 Practice Problems
Only page 1
Only page 1
marina_coursework.pdf  
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3/2 Practice Problems
Only page 4
Only page 4
marina_coursework.pdf  
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2/27 Practice Problems
18 All
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4geometryrectanglesareaperimeterb.pdf
18 All
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4geometryrectanglesareaperimeterb.pdf
2/20 Practice Problems
www.k5learning.com/worksheets/math/grade4geometryrectanglesareaperimetera.pdf 
To get an equal fraction, multiply or divide the top and bottom by the same number.
To add or subtract fractions, make a common denominator.

2/13 Practice Problems
Do questions #1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 13, 14, 16 www.lavc.edu/math/library/math105/Worksheets/fractASLCD1.pdf 