4th Grade Math Word Problems: Free Worksheets with Answers

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4th Grade Math Word Problems: Free Worksheets with Answers

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Free Multi-Step 4th Grade Math Word Problems PDF

Are you looking for engaging multi-step 4th grade math word problems with answers to add to your upcoming lesson plans? The following collection of free 4th grade maths word problems worksheets cover topics including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed operations, fractions, and decimals.

Students need to gain a strong understanding of place value in order to understand the relationship between digits and how these relationships apply to operations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more.


Mixed Addition and Subtraction 4th Grade Math Word Problems (PDF Download)

Click the link below to download your free 4th grade mixed addition and subtraction PDF worksheet and answer key.

Looking for more free 4th grade math worksheets? Click here to access our full PDF library.

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Mixed Multiplication and Division 4th Grade Math Word Problems (PDF Download)

Click the link below to download your free 4th grade mixed multiplication and division PDF worksheet and answer key.

Looking for more free 4th grade math worksheets? Click here to access our full PDF library.

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Adding and Subtracting Fractions 4th Grade Math Word Problems (PDF Download)

Click the link below to download your free 4th grade adding and subtracting fractions PDF worksheet and answer key.

Looking for more free 4th grade math worksheets? Click here to access our full PDF library.

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Multiply Fractions 4th Grade Math Word Problems (PDF Download)

Click the link below to download your free 4th grade multiplying fractions PDF worksheet and answer key.

Looking for more free 4th grade math worksheets? Click here to access our full PDF library.

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Add and Subtract Decimals 4th Grade Math Word Problems (PDF Download)

Click the link below to download your free 4th grade adding and subtracting decimals PDF worksheet and answer key.

Looking for more free 4th grade math worksheets? Click here to access our full PDF library.

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By Anthony Persico

Anthony is the content crafter and head educator for YouTube's MashUp Math . You can often find me happily developing animated math lessons to share on my YouTube channel . Or spending way too much time at the gym or playing on my phone.

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Place Value Lesson Plan Resources: The Best of The Best

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Place Value Lesson Plan Resources: The Best of The Best

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Free Resources for Your Place Value Lesson Plan

Are you looking for some awesome free resources to take your place value lesson plan to the next level? Whether you are looking for a complete place value lesson or just need some extra place value activities or place value games to give an existing lesson a boost, you’re in the right place.

Students need to gain a strong understanding of place value in order to understand the relationship between digits and how these relationships apply to operations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and more.

The following place value lesson plan resources apply to 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade.

Free Place Value Lesson Plan Resources for 1st Grade and 2nd Grade

Lets start off with two great place value introduction lessons for grade 1 and grade 2. These lessons focus on teaching students to understand the place value of one and two-digit numbers.

1.) This introduction to Place Value from commonsense.org ranges from understanding place value to building numbers with base ten blocks. This resource includes a full start-to-finish lesson plan for teaching place value to 1st and 2nd grade students.

2.) This free place value lesson plan from education.com teaches students how to write ones, tens, and hundreds in numeric form and is perfect for students who have already been introduced to the topic of place value.

Free Place Value Lesson Plan Resources for 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, and 5th Grade

Now lets move onto place value lesson plan resources that extend to three-digit numbers and beyond.

1.) This instructional video from LearnZillion covers understanding relationships between digits and their place value. This lesson is particularly helpful to students with a visual learning preference.

2.) This free Place Value Video Lesson from MathAntics is best for 4th and 5th grade students. The lesson covers larger numbers, decimals, and writing numbers in both standard and expanded form.

 
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More Place Value Activities

If you are looking for more ideas for place value activities to share with your students, check out this list from Brain Pop Educators, which shares several ideas for both classroom and homeschool educators.

Also, any lesson on place value will need to touch upon the difference between writing numbers in standard and expanded form. The free video lesson below is a nice introduction to using place value to write numbers (with and without decimals) in expanded form. The lesson includes a free Place Value Chart PDF download! Click here to check it out and to get your free place value resources!

 

Do you have any questions or anything to add? Share your thoughts in the comments below?

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Anthony is the content crafter and head educator for YouTube's MashUp Math . You can often find me happily developing animated math lessons to share on my YouTube channel . Or spending way too much time at the gym or playing on my phone.

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Easy Guide: Writing Numbers in Expanded Form with Decimals

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Easy Guide: Writing Numbers in Expanded Form with Decimals

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Writing Numbers in Expanded Form (with Decimals)

When you write a number in expanded form (also know as expanded notation), you are expressing the number separated into its composite individual place values (and decimal values if necessary) in the form of an expression.

An easy way of thinking about writing numbers in expanded form is taking apart a number into its specific place values. The place value chart below is a good review of the value of each number slot.

Conversely, writing a number in standard form (or numeric form) is the opposite or reverse of writing a number in expanded form.

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Click here to download this chart as an easy-to-print PDF file.

 

Writing a Number in Expanded Form Example

Example: Write 8,743 in expanded form

8,743 = 8,000 + 700 + 40 + 3

Note how the use of a place value chart can help you write numbers in expanded form.

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Writing a Number in Expanded Form with Decimals Example

Example: Write 317.29 in expanded form.

317.29 = 300 + 10 + 7 + 0.2 + 0.09

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This strategy applies to all problems that require you to read or write numbers in expanded form.

Check out the free video lesson below to learn more about how to write numbers in standard form with decimals and without.


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By Anthony Persico

Anthony is the content crafter and head educator for YouTube's MashUp Math . You can often find me happily developing animated math lessons to share on my YouTube channel . Or spending way too much time at the gym or playing on my phone.

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Free Guide: How to Use Minecraft Education Edition

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Free Guide: How to Use Minecraft Education Edition

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Are you ready to learn how to use Minecraft: Education Edition with your kids at home or in your classroom?

This guide will help you get started using Minecraft Education Edition and will explain how to create an account, start a free trial, purchase the app in the app store (for Mac and PC computers and the iPad), and how to use Minecraft Edition Edition to create meaningful learning experiences in all subject areas.

Why Teachers Are Using Minecraft: Education Edition

Minecraft is changing the way that our students are learning.

The world-building adventure game empowers students to make learning connections in a play environment that supports collaboration, ownership, autonomy, and agency. This game-based approach to teaching and learning embraces the way that today’s students learn new things and brings it into the classroom.

Because there are Minecraft–based learning experiences for every subject (more on that later), the applications are incredible and the sky is the limit when it comes to using Minecraft to improve learning outcomes, which is why it’s a powerful tool for teaching your students to love learning.

How Does Minecraft Help Students to Learn?

Today’s students need to develop skills that will allow them to succeed in a rapidly changing world. And it is widely believed that the jobs that today’s students will hold in the future do not even exist yet. Gamified learning tools, like Minecraft, equip students with:

 21st Century Skills

98% of teachers who use Minecraft in their classroom cited problem solving as the top skill their students learn from Minecraft. Teachers also reported improvements in creative thinking, reading and writing skills, and computational thinking. These skills are critical when it comes to helping our students to develop the necessary skills to succeed in technology-dependent society.

 Job Preparedness and STEM

 71% of teachers using digital games for learning reported improvement in computational thinking and numeracy skills, according to a study by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center. These skills are required for STEM careers including computer science and programming.

 Social-Emotional Development

Soft skills refer to the skills that a students develops through both social and emotional learning. Developing these skills is important because today’s students will need more than just technical skills to be successful in the future. According to the Minecraft 2030 report, teachers reported that Minecraft helped their students to improve problem solving, critical thinking, collaboration and communication skills.

You can visit Minecraft’s Classroom Impact page to learn more about this research and access dozens of case studies of how educators from around the world are using Minecraft to engage students in all subjects.

How to Log In to Minecraft Education Edition

 You will need a Microsoft Office 365 Education account to login. Your school account may already be verified with Office 365. You can verify by submitting your email address here. If you don’t already have an account, you will be redirected to the sign-up page.

How to Download a Minecraft Education Edition Free Trial

Once you have an Office 365 account, you can download a free trial.

Click here to download your free trial for Windows and Mac OS.

Click here to download your free trial for iPad from the app store.

How to Purchase a Subscription to Minecraft Education Edition

 A free trial allows for a limited number of logins before you will be asked to purchase a yearly subscription.

 You can purchase a subscription by visiting the Microsoft Store for Education.

Tips for Getting Started

 Here are 3 tips for getting started with Minecraft Education Edition:

1.) Educator Resources

 You can ease your way into using Minecraft in your classroom by utilizing the free online educator resources shared on the Minecraft Education website. This online resource library includes tutorials on how to play, community features that connect you with other Minecraft educators, and training modules for beginners.

 
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 2.) Minecraft Education Subject Kits

The easiest way to get started using Minecraft in your classroom is by using the subject kits for each subject. This library shares hundreds of lessons created by other educators for all subjects, including math, art and design, and history. Click here to access the full subject kit library for free.

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 3.)  Learn From Your Students

You do not have to be a Minecraft expert or know more about it than your students do to successfully use it in your classroom. The more likely case is that your students will be doing most of the teaching (which is why Minecraft is such a great tool for developing collaboration and soft skills) and this is not a bad thing. By taking advantage of your students knowledge and passion for the game, you will learn the finer points very quickly.

Given the tremendous potential for using Minecraft in your classroom, it is certainly worth the effort of giving it a shot. If you feel intimidated, try downloading a free trial and experimenting with the game itself. You can also hop onto the Minecraft Education Community page to connect with other educators, ask questions, and learn more about how other educators in your subject field got started.


How are YOU using Minecraft to teach your students? Share your ideas, questions, and comments below!

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Effective Tips for Doing Homework for Students

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Effective Tips for Doing Homework for Students

If you are that kind of a person for whom the words ‘chemistry labs’ or ‘algebra tasks’ sound like a death sentence, please, don’t panic. Our insightful review might help you find the answers to lots of questions. It is understandable that not all students like doing mathematics but this excuse sounds very hollow! We conducted thorough research and gathered a few valuable tips for doing technical assignment. They might help you tackle that challenge.


Indeed, students must pursue one goal - excellence in every technical assignment and if, because of any reason whatsoever, they can’t achieve it, asking for help experts from AssignCode.com might be the best if not the only solution. However, if you prefer solving your personal problems yourself, have a look at our key homework tips for students.

Read a Lot

Keep in mind that your success partially depends on how much you read. Your tutor usually chooses books or websites helping you do homework faster. However, students mostly neglect this tutorial and after that, start wondering how they can cope with the task. If you see that the task is not understandable, read the instructions once again. Besides, you should also study the sources. We guarantee that when you complete this stage, the majority of questions will be solved.

Plan Your Time Wisely

That is the main problem of the majority of students. They simply can’t understand how to prioritize tasks. If you have not the slightest idea how to do this or that task, you should subdivide it into a few manageable chunks. As a result, you’ll see that your English essay or math task will be done faster. Nevertheless, if you see that you aren’t up to the task or you can’t find spare time to ask for tutoring help, you can send a message to a company, offering technical assignment help online titled ‘I need the professional assistance, please, help me do my math homework for me’ and you’ll definitely get qualified help.

What is the Deadline?

You should always double check the deadline because there’s nothing worse than submitting your home task not on time. Therefore, before you embark on exploring the topic, you should ask your tutor about the deadline. However, if you see that you can’t cope with it on time, you can find a service, which can help meet the deadline. In current times, there are hundreds of sites positioning themselves as experts in this academic niche. However, when it comes to choosing your helper, you should be demanding and attentive. Don’t deal with companies offering free services; they are mostly scammers.

Use Self-Control Apps

Sometimes, students can’t focus on their tasks because of smartphones that distract their attention from their tasks. In such a scenario, the best thing you can do is to install a self-control app, which blocks social networks, messengers or calls. As a result, no one will disturb you! This hack is very convenient and effective, especially for those who can’t control their smartphone addiction.

Plan the General Structure of Your Assignment

Doesn’t matter whether you do a task yourself or make a call to a helpline of a center specializing in academic writing help, you should always create an outline before you embark on writing. It will be easier for you to focus on tasks! When you subdivide your work into a few parts, you’ll cope with it faster. Take sticky notes and write your plan of work. You’ll see that you’ll save a few hours of your precious time.

Summary

Indeed, any task is much easier than you might think. All you have to do is to find the right approach. However, if you have family, kids or you just want to live your life, you should find a professional problem solver. In this case, online homework help from AssignCode.com might be a perfect solution to your problem.

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