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Math Practice: Grades 4–5

Table of Contents
Addition Adding Fractions and Mixed Numbers Review........... 53
Adding One- and Two-Digit Numbers ..............................4 Subtracting Fractions with Like Denominators ......... 55
Adding Two-Digit Numbers..................................................5 Subtracting Fractions from Whole Numbers ............... 57
Adding Three- and Four-Digit Numbers ..........................6 Subtracting Mixed Numbers with
Three-Digit Column Addition ..............................................8 Like Denominators ............................................................. 59
Multi-Digit Column Addition................................................9 Subtracting Fractions with Unlike Denominators ...... 61
Subtraction Subtracting Mixed Numbers with
Subtracting One-Digit Numbers from Unlike Denominators......................................................... 63
Two-Digit Numbers ............................................................ 10 Multiplying Fractions ........................................................... 65
Subtracting Multi-Digit Numbers .....................................11 Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers ................. 67
Multiplying Mixed Numbers and Whole Numbers.... 70
Multiplication Multiplying Mixed Numbers .............................................. 72
Multiplying One- and Two-Digit Numbers ....................13
Multiplying One- and Three-Digit Numbers ............... 18 Decimals
Multiplying One- and Four-Digit Numbers ...................19 Adding Decimals.....................................................................74
Multiplying Two-Digit Numbers....................................... 20 Subtracting Decimals ........................................................... 76
Multiplying Two- and Three-Digit Numbers................ 21 Multiplying Decimals ........................................................... 78
Multiplying Three-Digit Numbers ................................... 22 Dividing Decimals ................................................................. 79
Writing Decimals as Fractions ........................................... 81
Division Writing Fractions as Decimals ........................................... 83
Division with One-Digit Quotients .................................. 23 Writing Fractions as Decimals and Decimals
Division with Two-Digit Quotients .................................. 24 as Fractions ........................................................................... 84
Division with Three-Digit Quotients ............................... 25
Division with One- and Two-Digit Quotients Geometry
and Remainders .................................................................. 26 Learning About Lines and Line Segments.................... 85
Division with Two-Digit Quotients Naming Angles ....................................................................... 86
and Remainders .................................................................. 27 Naming Polygons .................................................................. 87
Division with Three-Digit Quotients Naming Circles and Polygons............................................ 88
and Remainders .................................................................. 28 Standard and Metric Length.............................................. 89
Division with Two-Digit Divisors ..................................... 29 Standard Length .................................................................... 90
Division with Two-Digit Divisors and Remainders..... 30 Metric Length.......................................................................... 91
Standard Capacity ................................................................. 92
Fractions Metric Capacity ...................................................................... 93
Learning About Fractions ................................................... 32 Standard Mass ........................................................................ 94
Reducing Fractions ............................................................... 33 Metric Mass .............................................................................. 95
Comparing Fractions ............................................................ 35 Finding the Perimeter .......................................................... 96
Writing Improper Fractions as Mixed Numbers.......... 36 Finding the Area .................................................................... 97
Writing Mixed Numbers as Improper Fractions.......... 40
Making Fractions Equivalent ............................................. 42 Review
Adding Fractions with Like Denominators ................... 45 Geometry and Measurement Review ............................ 98
Adding Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators ..... 47 Cumulative Review .............................................................100
Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators .............. 49 Answer Key...........................................................................104
Adding Mixed Numbers with Unlike Denominators ... 51

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Ready-to-Use Ideas and Activities

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The only way that students will truly be able to manipulate numbers and have access to
higher-level math concepts is to learn the basic facts and understand fundamental concepts,
such as counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

The following activities can help reinforce basic skills. These activities include a multisensory
approach to helping students understand the concepts being introduced.

• Separate the flash cards provided in the back of this book. Place the “equal”
sign, “greater than” sign, and “lesser than” sign flash cards on a flat surface.
Then, place two flash cards with equations on the flat surface. Have student
use the sign flash cards to show whether the two equations are equal, one
equation is greater than the other equation, or one equation is less than
the other equation. Repeat with two different equation flash cards.

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• Use a pair of dice and anything that can act as a three-minute timer
(a timer, a stopwatch, a watch with a second hand, etc.), or decide on a
certain number of rounds of play. Have each student roll the dice and
multiply the numbers on the top faces. Each correct answer is worth one
point. The student with the most correct answers after a specific period
of time or number of rounds wins. For example, a game may consist of
six rounds. The student with the most points after six rounds wins.
Alternately, the game can be played with division with remainders.

• As players memorize answers and gain confidence, add additional dice.


When using more than two dice, have players state the problem aloud
and answer as they go. For example, if the dice show 3, 6, and 2, the
player would say, “3 times 6 is 18 and 18 times 2 is 36.”

• Create a bingo sheet with five rows and five columns of blank squares.
Write FREE in the middle square. Give one copy to each student. Write
the flash card problems where they can be seen and have students
choose 24 of the equations and write them in the empty spaces of their
bingo cards in any order. When students have finished writing on their
cards, gather the flash cards into a deck. Call out the equations one at a
time. Any student who has an equation that you call out should make an
X through the equation on their card to cross it out. The student who
crosses out five equations in a row first (horizontally, vertically, or
diagonally) wins the game by calling out, “Bingo!” To extend the game,
you can continue playing until a student crosses out all of the words on
their bingo card.

• Play another version of this game by writing answers on the bingo sheet
and calling out the problems. To extend the game, continue playing
until a student crosses out all of the problems on her bingo sheet.

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Adding One- and Two-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 30
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 53 2. 25 3. 72 4. 22 5. 56 6. 14
+ 6 + 5 + 6 + 6 + 4 + 9

7. 42 8. 17 9. 85 10. 45 11. 65 12. 38


+ 7 + 9 + 4 + 3 + 8 + 6

13. 25 14. 10 15. 97 16. 69 17. 17 18. 51


+ 3 + 2 + 2 + 8 + 7 + 7

19. 36 20. 49 21. 65 22. 72 23. 26 24. 62


+ 2 + 8 + 1 + 4 + 7 + 4

25. 41 26. 65 27. 39 28. 87 29. 30 30. 43


+ 7 + 9 + 4 + 9 + 8 + 5

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Adding Two-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 30
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 36 2. 53 3. 12 4. 51 5. 28 6. 91
+ 54 + 53 + 24 + 19 + 27 + 33

7. 42 8. 22 9. 60 10. 40 11. 53 12. 25


+ 17 + 16 + 32 + 30 + 10 + 25

13. 85 14. 36 15. 48 16. 92 17. 43 18. 57


+ 12 + 33 + 72 + 86 + 21 + 31

19. 99 20. 79 21. 63 22. 83 23. 78 24. 87


+ 27 + 16 + 49 + 25 + 65 + 14

25. 25 26. 42 27. 89 28. 47 29. 90 30. 92


+ 15 + 18 + 11 + 39 + 62 + 24

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Adding Three- and Four-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 25
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 4,237 2. 9,841 3. 3,011 4. 4,472 5. 4,870


+ 201 + 520 + 654 + 689 + 287

6. 5,968 7. 8,211 8. 8,432 9. 5,072 10. 6,580


+ 525 + 345 + 137 + 549 + 871

11. 6,010 12. 9,076 13. 6,509 14. 2,389 15. 3,653
+ 902 + 153 + 225 + 422 + 321

16. 7,546 17. 1,120 18. 6,029 19. 1,760 20. 4,661
+ 561 + 782 + 367 + 195 + 128

21. 4,870 22. 2,436 23. 5,843 24. 7,352 25. 2,704
+ 106 + 618 + 492 + 254 + 202

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Total Problems: 25
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 1,526 2. 3,804 3. 4,358 4. 5,145 5. 7,321


+ 718 + 207 + 885 + 788 + 992

6. 4,159 7. 6,943 8. 6,200 9. 2,960 10. 2,635


+ 936 + 309 + 356 + 785 + 223

11. 4,963 12. 2,488 13. 4,650 14. 4,540 15. 2,564
+ 173 + 395 + 121 + 124 + 852

16. 6,879 17. 3,977 18. 2,456 19. 1,865 20. 3,245
+ 316 + 478 + 522 + 750 + 321

21. 1,258 22. 2,655 23. 5,651 24. 6,441 25. 3,251
+ 648 + 165 + 786 + 230 + 775

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Three-Digit Column Addition


Total Problems: 25
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 453 2. 143 3. 612 4. 818 5. 533


125 225 717 529 397
+ 678 + 336 + 246 332 864
+ 106 + 702

6. 987 7. 942 8. 240 9. 954 10. 405


642 787 135 623 612
+ 325 + 527 + 167 873 935
+ 480 + 360

11. 202 12. 609 13. 892 14. 987 15. 220
169 333 357 789 115
+ 584 + 175 + 418 102 780
+ 201 + 650

16. 376 17. 210 18. 275 19. 123 20. 771
825 422 245 497 860
+ 916 + 871 + 106 675 550
+ 542 + 137

21. 500 22. 904 23. 318 24. 901 25. 147
627 409 771 801 257
+ 220 + 105 + 522 710 662
+ 410 + 770

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Multi-Digit Column Addition


Total Problems: 20
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 2,671 2. 7,732 3. 5,306 4. 8,214 5. 3,850


406 806 525 248 403
125 325 24 200 35
+ 52 + 54 + 92 + 17 + 16

6. 6,210 7. 2,591 8. 9,200 9. 2,560 10. 3,275


5,332 2,624 408 17 3,902
407 106 146 62 7,340
+ 15 + 33 + 3 + 54 + 803

11. 4,305 12. 3,084 13. 8,430 14. 3,243 15. 9,876
307 192 217 8,395 1,445
34 764 2,560 731 324
+ 67 + 26 + 32 + 43 + 225

16. 4,321 17. 621 18. 6,035 19. 3,298 20. 9,210
403 503 532 867 726
809 97 172 144 50
+ 21 + 7 + 63 + 54 + 4

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Subtracting One-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 30
from Two-Digit Numbers
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 35 2. 62 3. 51 4. 64 5. 25 6. 73
– 5 – 9 – 7 – 3 – 4 – 2

7. 42 8. 47 9. 62 10. 87 11. 88 12. 86


– 7 – 8 – 5 – 5 – 7 – 9

13. 18 14. 25 15. 84 16. 97 17. 95 18. 32


– 9 – 3 – 5 – 4 – 4 – 8

19. 27 20. 33 21. 92 22. 92 23. 89 24. 75


– 3 – 5 – 9 – 0 – 0 – 3

25. 56 26. 59 27. 49 28. 76 29. 32 30. 53


– 6 – 8 – 6 – 7 – 6 – 2

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Subtracting Multi-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 25
Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 302 2. 800 3. 154 4. 2,487 5. 4,176


– 25 – 72 – 109 – 333 – 328

6. 604 7. 133 8. 387 9. 5,879 10. 5,912


– 52 – 54 – 275 – 631 – 756

11. 479 12. 175 13. 488 14. 1,250 15. 7,895
– 63 – 87 – 243 – 758 – 167

16. 527 17. 992 18. 767 19. 6,840 20. 1,786
– 49 – 36 – 516 – 522 – 250

21. 275 22. 689 23. 879 24. 3,807 25. 4,834
– 25 – 26 – 437 – 416 – 956

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Answer Key

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Adding One- and Two-Digit Numbers Adding Two-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 30 Total Problems: 30
Problems Correct: Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary. Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 53 2. 25 3. 72 4. 22 5. 56 6. 14 1. 36 2. 53 3. 12 4. 51 5. 28 6. 91
+ 6 + 5 + 6 + 6 + 4 + 9 + 54 + 53 + 24 + 19 + 27 + 33
59 30 78 28 60 23 90 106 36 70 55 124

7. 42 8. 17 9. 85 10. 45 11. 65 12. 38 7. 42 8. 22 9. 60 10. 40 11. 53 12. 25


+ 7 + 9 + 4 + 3 + 8 + 6 + 17 + 16 + 32 + 30 + 10 + 25
49 26 89 48 73 44 59 38 92 70 63 50

13. 25 14. 10 15. 97 16. 69 17. 17 18. 51 13. 85 14. 36 15. 48 16. 92 17. 43 18. 57
+ 3 + 2 + 2 + 8 + 7 + 7 + 12 + 33 + 72 + 86 + 21 + 31
28 12 99 77 24 58 97 69 120 178 64 88

19. 36 20. 49 21. 65 22. 72 23. 26 24. 62 19. 99 20. 79 21. 63 22. 83 23. 78 24. 87
+ 2 + 8 + 1 + 4 + 7 + 4 + 27 + 16 + 49 + 25 + 65 + 14
38 57 66 76 33 66 126 95 112 108 143 101

25. 41 26. 65 27. 39 28. 87 29. 30 30. 43 25. 25 26. 42 27. 89 28. 47 29. 90 30. 92
+ 7 + 9 + 4 + 9 + 8 + 5 + 15 + 18 + 11 + 39 + 62 + 24
48 74 43 96 38 48 40 60 100 86 152 116

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Adding Three- and Four-Digit Numbers Adding Three- and Four-Digit Numbers
Total Problems: 25 Total Problems: 25
Problems Correct: Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary. Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 4,237 2. 9,841 3. 3,011 4. 4,472 5. 4,870 1. 1,526 2. 3,804 3. 4,358 4. 5,145 5. 7,321
+ 201 + 520 + 654 + 689 + 287 + 718 + 207 + 885 + 788 + 992
4 438 10 361 3 665 5 161 5 157 2 244 4 011 5 243 5 933 8 313

6. 5,968 7. 8,211 8. 8,432 9. 5,072 10. 6,580 6. 4,159 7. 6,943 8. 6,200 9. 2,960 10. 2,635
+ 525 + 345 + 137 + 549 + 871 + 936 + 309 + 356 + 785 + 223
6 493 8 556 8 569 5 621 7 451 5 095 7 252 6 556 3 745 2 858

11. 6,010 12. 9,076 13. 6,509 14. 2,389 15. 3,653 11. 4,963 12. 2,488 13. 4,650 14. 4,540 15. 2,564
+ 902 + 153 + 225 + 422 + 321 + 173 + 395 + 121 + 124 + 852
6 912 9 229 6 734 2 811 3 974 5 136 2 883 4 771 4 664 3 416

16. 7,546 17. 1,120 18. 6,029 19. 1,760 20. 4,661 16. 6,879 17. 3,977 18. 2,456 19. 1,865 20. 3,245
+ 561 + 782 + 367 + 195 + 128 + 316 + 478 + 522 + 750 + 321
8 107 1 902 6 396 1 955 4 789 7 195 4 455 2 978 2 615 3 566

21. 4,870 22. 2,436 23. 5,843 24. 7,352 25. 2,704 21. 1,258 22. 2,655 23. 5,651 24. 6,441 25. 3,251
+ 106 + 618 + 492 + 254 + 202 + 648 + 165 + 786 + 230 + 775
4 976 3 054 6 335 7 606 2 906 1 906 2 820 6 437 6 671 4 026

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Answer Key

Name Date Name Date

Three-Digit Column Addition Multi-Digit Column Addition


Total Problems: 25 Total Problems: 20
Problems Correct: Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary. Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 453 2. 143 3. 612 4. 818 5. 533 1. 2,671 2. 7,732 3. 5,306 4. 8,214 5. 3,850
125 225 717 529 397 406 806 525 248 403
+ 678 + 336 + 246 332 864 125 325 24 200 35
1 256 704 1 575 + 106 + 702 + 52 + 54 + 92 + 17 + 16
1 785 2 496 3 254 8 917 5 947 8 679 4 304

6. 987 7. 942 8. 240 9. 954 10. 405


642 787 135 623 612
+ 325 + 527 + 167 873 935 6. 6,210 7. 2,591 8. 9,200 9. 2,560 10. 3,275
1 954 2 256 542 + 480 + 360 5,332 2,624 408 17 3,902
2 930 2 312 407 106 146 62 7,340
+ 15 + 33 + 3 + 54 + 803
11 964 5 354 9 757 2 693 15 320
11. 202 12. 609 13. 892 14. 987 15. 220
169 333 357 789 115
+ 584 + 175 + 418 102 780
955 1 117 1 667 + 201 + 650
2 079 1 765 11. 4,305 12. 3,084 13. 8,430 14. 3,243 15. 9,876
307 192 217 8,395 1,445
34 764 2,560 731 324
+ 67 + 26 + 32 + 43 + 225
16. 376 17. 210 18. 275 19. 123 20. 771 4 713 4 066 11 239 12 412 11 870
825 422 245 497 860
+ 916 + 871 + 106 675 550
2 117 1 503 626 + 542 + 137
1 837 2 318
16. 4,321 17. 621 18. 6,035 19. 3,298 20. 9,210
403 503 532 867 726
21. 500 22. 904 23. 318 24. 901 25. 147 809 97 172 144 50
627 409 771 801 257 + 21 + 7 + 63 + 54 + 4
+ 220 + 105 + 522 710 662
+ 410 + 770 5 554 1 228 6 802 4 363 9 990
1 347 1 418 1 611
2 822 1 836

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Subtracting One-Digit Numbers Subtracting Multi-Digit Numbers


Total Problems: 30 Total Problems: 25
from Two-Digit Numbers
Problems Correct: Problems Correct:
Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary. Solve each problem. Regroup when necessary.

1. 35 2. 62 3. 51 4. 64 5. 25 6. 73 1. 302 2. 800 3. 154 4. 2,487 5. 4,176


– 5 – 9 – 7 – 3 – 4 – 2 – 25 – 72 – 109 – 333 – 328
30 53 44 61 21 71 277 728 45 2 154 3 848

7. 42 8. 47 9. 62 10. 87 11. 88 12. 86 6. 604 7. 133 8. 387 9. 5,879 10. 5,912


– 7 – 8 – 5 – 5 – 7 – 9 – 52 – 54 – 275 – 631 – 756
35 39 57 82 81 77 552 79 112 5 248 5 156

13. 18 14. 25 15. 84 16. 97 17. 95 18. 32 11. 479 12. 175 13. 488 14. 1,250 15. 7,895
– 9 – 3 – 5 – 4 – 4 – 8 – 63 – 87 – 243 – 758 – 167
9 22 79 93 91 24 416 88 245 492 7 728

19. 27 20. 33 21. 92 22. 92 23. 89 24. 75 16. 527 17. 992 18. 767 19. 6,840 20. 1,786
– 3 – 5 – 9 – 0 – 0 – 3 – 49 – 36 – 516 – 522 – 250
24 28 83 92 89 72 478 956 251 6 318 1 536

25. 56 26. 59 27. 49 28. 76 29. 32 30. 53 21. 275 22. 689 23. 879 24. 3,807 25. 4,834
– 6 – 8 – 6 – 7 – 6 – 2 – 25 – 26 – 437 – 416 – 956
50 51 43 69 26 51 250 663 442 3 391 3 878

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