Fourth Grade Worksheets and Printables

Fourth graders are tasked with learning a lot of new information: fractions, punctuation, biographies of historical figures, and more. Our fourth grade worksheets help kids navigate these tricky topics with puzzles, visual writing prompts and more. To go deeper into one subject, try our fourth grade math worksheets.
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Our world's greatest minds have discovered some very cool stuff, this series of reading comprehension worksheets on prominent scientists will have young readers delving into their discoveries. Students will get a great reading comprehension workout and gain valuable insight through which they'll be able to place more recent scientific developments into historical context.  Both male and female scientists are represented.
Times tables can be tricky. Help fourth graders master multiplication with these math worksheets.
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Fourth graders are tasked with learning a lot of new information: fractions, punctuation, biographies of historical figures, and more. Our fourth grade worksheets help kids navigate these tricky topics with puzzles, visual writing prompts and more. To go deeper into one subject, try our fourth grade math worksheets.

Fourth Grade Math and Reading

A strong understanding of the core subjects is essential in the upper elementary grades, before students begin more complex learning in middle school. This is also a great opportunity for kids to build a lifelong love of learning. Here are the math and reading skills your fourth grader will learn this year:

  • Math: Your fourth grader will become a whiz with fractions and decimals this year. She will also learn about prime numbers. By the end of the year, she will be measuring angles, finding perimeter and area, converting units of measurement, and making her own graphs.
  • Reading: This year is the Golden Age of reading, as your fourth grader consumes more and more books, and is able to gather clues to analyze what she has read. The biggest change this year will most likely be the ability to relate stories to her own life and empathize with characters.

For a sneak peak of what's to come, check out our fifth grade worksheets.

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