4th grade measurement
Give your budding chemist the facts and practice she needs for measuring with graduated cylinders.
Boost your child's time sense with a lesson in time conversion. This word problem worksheet challenges him to convert a unit of time to hours, days, or weeks.
Fourth grade mathematicians will need to use their geometry skills to figure out the length of the pictured rectangles' perimeters, then make their own.
Practice calculating the mean, median and mode of a data set! Your student will get familiar with the basics of statistics.
This quiz-style worksheet is a great introduction to different units of measurement and what they are used for.
Your fourth grader will need to use his geometry skills to calculate and create rectangle perimeters. He'll also improve addition and multiplication skills.
Fourth graders will calculate the perimeter of rectangles, then draw new shapes with similar perimeters. Help your child practice geometry with this worksheet.
Packed with exercises from finding area and volume to converting units, this worksheet is great for reviewing geometry and measurement skills.
Have your fourth grader stretch his math knowledge with a geometry worksheet. He'll calculate the perimeter of a rectangle, then draw two similar shapes.
Learn to convert ounces into pounds (and pounds to ounces) in this fun Easter worksheet.
Packed with time word problems, this worksheet helps kids learn how to convert hours to minutes and minutes to hours.
Help your child grasp the concept of Fahrenheit versus Celsius with these easy-to-learn conversion formulas.
Help "Bucks" Baxter estimate how much money he has by rounding everything to the nearest thousand.