# Year 4 Maths Printable Worksheets

Help your child build on what they've already learned with our year 4 maths worksheets. Covering topics like times tables, properties of 2D and 3D shapes, estimating, measuring and recording results, fractions, decimals, mental maths and more, your child will find a variety of resources in our year 4 maths worksheets.

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### Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Book Genres

This handy maths worksheet is designed to introduce students to the concept of pictograms while exploring their favourite book genres. The worksheet is a visually engaging and enjoyable way to enhance students' skills in data representation and interpretation, aligning with the national curriculum. The worksheet includes a colourful pictogram featuring icons representing four popular book genres: Mystery, Adventure, Fantasy, and Fairy Tales. Each icon corresponds to a certain number of students who prefer that genre.Learning Objectives:Develop the ability to read and interpret data presented in a pictogram.Practise counting and comparing quantities through visual representations.Enhance problem-solving skills by answering questions that require data analysis.Reinforce maths skills within a context that relates to students' interests, encouraging them to explore their favourite book genres.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Interpreting Pictograms - Favourite Fruit

Interpreting PictogramsThis maths worksheet is a fun and engaging activity designed to help students practise data representation and interpretation through the use of a pictogram. The worksheet focuses on students' favourite fruits, a topic that is relatable and interesting for young learners.&nbsp;The worksheet provides a colourful pictogram with images of four different fruits: pears, bananas, oranges, and grapes. Each fruit icon represents a certain number of students who chose it as their favourite.Learning Objectives:Develop the ability to read and interpret data presented in a pictogram.Practise counting and comparing quantities based on images.Enhance problem-solving skills by answering questions that require data analysis.Reinforce maths skills through a real-world context that is relevant to students' interests.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Interpreting Bar Charts - Popular Sports

Interpreting Bar ChartsThis worksheet encourages students to explore data representation, make comparisons, and practise basic arithmetic operations while having fun with popular sports. It's designed to promote a strong foundation in statistics and problem-solving skills, in accordance with the Year 4 curriculum.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Tally and Graph - Woodland animals

Tally and Graph - Woodland animalsThis worksheet is designed to help students grasp the fundamentals of creating a bar chart. It begins by providing a set of tally data related to woodland animals. Students are tasked with taking this tally data and using it to construct their own bar chart.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Bar charts - Presenting data

Bar charts - Presenting dataYear 4 Statistics:interpret and present discrete and continuous data using appropriate graphical methods, including bar charts and time graphs.This year 4 maths worksheet is a handy resource for children to use to learn how to read and present data in their own bar chart.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Read and construct bar graphs

This maths worksheet for year 4 students will help children develop their understanding of how to read and construct bar graphs.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Investigation - Number buckets

This maths investigation asks students to draw and colour one ball red and two balls blue in each of the buckets and then answer the questions.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Investigation - Coloured bricks

Year 4 Maths: Maths investigation - This maths investigation involves working out how many ways four coloured bricks can be arranged.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Ratio 2

Year 4 Maths: Ratio - Ratios are used to make comparisons between two things. Children are asked to complete the line patterns.

Age: 8 - 9
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### Ratio 1

Year 4 Maths: Ratio - Ratios are used to make comparisons between two things. Children are asked how many red dots there are to blue dots.

Age: 8 - 9
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Our fun and engaging year 4 maths activities will help your child develop their mental and written calculation skills using larger positive numbers and fractions. Our maths worksheets will help your child learn to count in steps of 6, 7, 9, 25 and 1000, add and subtract four-digit numbers, multiply three-digit by one-digit numbers, and be able to divide by 10 and 100 to give decimal answers. Don’t worry if some of the methods are new to you, all of our maths worksheets come complete with answer sheets!

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