# 4th Grade Common Core: 4.NBT.4

Common Core Identifier: 4.NBT.4 / Grade: 4
Curriculum: Number And Operations In Base Ten: Use Place Value Understanding And Properties Of Operations To Perform Multi-Digit Arithmetic.
Detail: Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
192 Common Core State Standards (CCSS) aligned worksheets found:
Here's another 4-digit subtraction worksheet, similar to the one above. This printable has ten vertical problems and two word problems.
Subtract to find th four and five digit differences.  The plug the numbers into the puzzle.
Find the sums and use the answers to fill in the puzzle.
Add the three digit numbers and plug them into the math crossword puzzle.
This is a set of 30 subtraction task cards. First students solve the 4-digit subtraction problems. Then they scan the QR codes with an iPad or smartphone to check their answers.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)
Subtract what each person buys from the amount they give the cashier.  Requires subtraction across zero.
Solve the addition problems. Then match the sums with the picture puzzle pieces. Put the puzzle together to reveal a dinosaur.
Three-digit column addition problems with three  or four addends; Includes one word problem
These word problems require students to find the sums of four-digit addends.
Scan the QR codes on this worksheet with a smartphone or iPad to view subtraction word problems. Solve and show your work in the space provided.
(Note: This worksheet requires students to use a smartphone or tablet with a QR code scanner.)
Complete the number lines by filling in the missing numbers on each set of balloons.
Solve the subtraction problems to find the differences.  Requires subtraction across zero with 4-digit numbers. (example 4,000 - 1,374)
This worksheet contains four QR codes. Students scan each code to reveal a word problem. They solve the problem in the space provided on the worksheet.
Subtract the four-digit minus three digit subtraction problems. The complete the puzzle based on the answers.
Solve the four-digit subtraction problems to find the differences. (example 46,397 - 2,976)
Practice 3-digit Subtracting with borrowing / regrouping.  Check by adding.
Practice subtracting 3-digit numbers with borrowing / regrouping.
Find the sums of three-digit addends.  These problems require knowledge of regrouping.  Includes an MLK-themed word problem and a picture of King.
Solve the 4-digit minus 3-digit subtraction problems. Glue the answers on the grid to see an astronaut picture.
Students must determine whether they need to add or subtract to solve each problem.
Subtract three-digit numbers.  These problems require borrowing/regrouping.  There is an MLK word problem and picture.
Subtract the money amounts on this page.  Includes word problems and standard problems.
Find the answers to the subtraction problems and complete the number crossword puzzle.
Graph paper subtraction will ensure kids can line up their place value columns perfectly.
Subtracting money with zero on graph paper.  One digit per box will help kids line up columns.  (example: \$9.00 - 3.48)
Subtract the three-digit numbers to find the differences. All problems require some borrowing. There are also two word problems.
Students are given a number. They must add 1, 10, and 100 to the number. They must also subtract 1, 10, and 100.
Subtracting money on grid paper.  One digit per box ensures kids line up numbers correctly.  (example: \$9.26 - 2.88)
Add to find the sums, then use the answers to glue the picture puzzle together.
Use the grid puzzle to solve the subtraction problems; 4-digit subtraction with zeros. (example 3,400 - 454)
Subtracting on graph paper gives kids plenty of room to write their numbers and illustrates place value
This monster-themed practice worksheet has three-digit adding problems.  These problems require students to regroup/carry.
Read and solve these 3-digit addition word problems. There is plenty of space for students to show their work.
Practice 3-digit Subtracting problems that require borrowing across zero
Solve the subtraction problems and color the answers on the bingo boards.  Can you get a bingo?
Multiple-step problems require students to add up the cost of products, then subtract to find change.
Subtraction problems with 3-digit quantities; Requires borrowing; Crab pictures
Subtraction arrow chain problems; 2-digits minus 1-digit; Regrouping
Subtraction story problems that involve borrowing.  (2 and 3-digit numbers)
More story problems in which students practice column adding
Subtract the money amounts; Requires regrouping, but does not subtract across zero
This subtraction worksheet has pictures of cute dragons.  3-digits with borrowing.
2-digit subtraction problems inside of Easter egg pictures.
Four word problems that require students to use column addition to solve; Includes space for students to show their work
Students will need to regroup to solve the subtraction problems on this worksheet.  This page is has Hanukkah-related illustrations.
Subtraction problems with money amounts; Winter snowmen pictures
Use base 10 blocks (place value blocks) to solve the subtraction problems on this worksheet.
Adding problems with 2-digits; Requires regrouping; Thanksgiving turkey pictures.
Subtract to find the missing addends  (example: 71 + __ = 143)
Rewrite each problem vertically, then solve.  Students required to "line up the digits" correctly.
Michael receives \$9.99 for his 9th birthday.  Subtract each time Michael spends money to show how much is left.
Color the picture of the knight, dragon, and castle. Then solve the subtraction problems.
Lucky sevens - there's a pair of them in the mystery number.  There's also a pair of unlucky thirteens in this four-digit number.
Mixture of different types of subtraction problems, including a couple of word problems.  (3 and 4-digit)
Solve these two-digit addition word problems. All problems require carrying (regrouping).
Find the sum for each 3-digit addition problem. Then cut out the puzzle pieces. Match the number (sum) on each puzzle piece with the corresponding addition problem. The completed puzzle shows a lovely gingerbread house.
Cut out the math cards. Solve the subtraction problems. Then sort the answers into "even differences" and "odd differences." After that, students glue the math cards in the correct columns on the t-chart.
Complete the subtraction problems and use your answers to put together the puzzle pieces and reveal a fun Groundhog Day image!
Write the missing number for each bar model (aka tape diagram or part-part-whole diagram). Then write an addition and a subtraction problem to go along with each diagram.
What do you call a skeleton who won't work? This worksheet has a set of tricky 4-digit column addition problems.
These word problems reinforce key math skills, such as finding area and performing operations with decimals and fractions.
Use the cypher key at the top of the worksheet to decode the addends in these column addition problems.
How many years are in a century?  How many degrees are in a right angle?  How many days in March?  How many days in a leap year?  Add the answers to find the number.
Students can cut out pictures of Thanksgiving foods from a grocery store ad paper. Then add up the prices to find the total cost of the items.
This mixed-review worksheet instructs students to subtract the 5-digit numbers and then check their work with addition.
This worksheet has questions about the number of days in a Leap Year and non-Leap Year. Students are also asked to circle the LYs in a list. They are also asked to explain how you calculate which years are LYs and which are not.
These thirty task cards have 4-digit subtraction problems on them. You can laminate the cards, and have students solve the problems with a dry-erase marker. Or use them to build a learning center. Or post a card each morning for your students to solve.
Calculate elapsed time for a movie. Count to find the value of dollar bills and coins. Solve two multi-step problems using the four basic operations.
At the top of this page are money amounts with shapes around them. Add the numbers in similar shapes together. For example: Find the sum of the numbers in the triangles.
This worksheet includes a variety of 4-digit addition problems, including two word problems, horizontal and vertical equations, and more.
Write each group of Thanksgiving spelling words in ABC order. Includes review and challenge words.
Why was the broom late? To discover the answer to this riddle, kids must subtract pairs of money amounts.
Five worksheets are included in this file. Each worksheet features a daily math word problem. Topics include frequency charts, place value, and more.
Study the completed math problems and look for errors. Explain the mistakes and solve correctly.
This is the first week of the 5th grade math buzz series. This file contains 5 worksheets, reviewing basic skills from the fourth grade. Skills covered include: adding and subtracting 5-digit whole numbers, factor pairs, lines of symmetry, rounding, and equivalent fractions.
This file has 30 task cards with vertical and horizontal money addition problems.
Look for the mistakes in the way two subtraction problems were solved and then solve them correctly.
This page has 5-digit addition-subtraction tape diagrams (aka bar models). There are seven problems on this file.
In this game, students will work with task cards that have digits. They must arrange the digits to complete the addends in the addition problem.
Add the money amounts to determine how much you'll spend on your family members at the Secret Santa Market.
Translate the picto-code numbers into "regular numbers" and then solve. All problems require students to subtract 4-digit numbers across zero. (example: 5,000-2,614)
The answers to these subtraction problems are the key to unscrambling this mystery picture! Solve the equations, and then cut and clue the pictures onto the squares with the corresponding answers.
This worksheet has pictures of subtraction problems that somebody has already tried to solve. But there are mistakes in their work. Find the errors and explain where they went wrong.
Students will solve the subtraction problems on the first page of this file, and then cut each card out. Then they will sort each one into either the "Odd Answers" and "Even Answers" section on the second page.
This file has 5 pages, with a word problem for each day of the week. There are 3 multi-step problems and 2 single-step. Add, subtract, multiply, and/or divide to solve.
Students can use the solutions to these equations to unscramble an adorable Easter picture.
On this worksheet, students will look carefully at the completed subtraction problems for mistakes. They will explain the mistakes made and solve the problems correctly.
Choose a number from each wheel, and subtract the number from the second wheel from the number from the first wheel.
Four out of five of these problems are multi-step. Skills include basic operations with whole numbers, counting money, and interpreting data from a table.
Find the sums. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Match each puzzle piece (sum) with the correct addition problem.
Cut apart the math cards and solve the 4-digit subtraction problems. Then sort the differences into two categories on the t-chart: "Even Differences" and "Odd Differences."
Solve the 5-digit subtraction problems. This worksheet includes 10 vertical problems and 2 word problems.
This page contains tape diagrams (also known as bar models). Students will need to add or subtract to find the missing numbers.
Students are given four digits. They must place them in the squares correctly to make the given difference. This game has 12 task cards and a student answer page.
This set of daily word problems features skills such as place value, division with remainders, and addition with decimals.
These coded problems have up to 4 addends, with 2, 3, or 4 digits in each.
These addition problems are written on graph paper squares to help students better see the place value column alignment.
Look carefully at the completed addition problems. There are mistakes. Re-solve each problem to find the correct sum. Then explain the mistakes in the original solutions.
Decode the picture symbols into 5-digit numbers. Then subtract and write the answers in the secret code too.
Add the 3-digit numbers starting with the ones, then tens, then hundreds. Boxes are available to show regrouping/carrying.
Use these task cards for learning centers, math lessons, math games, or review work. Most subtraction problems require borrowing across zero. Includes 30 task cards and an answer key.
Answer math questions about real-world scenarios related to money and making change, line plots, and division.
At the top of this page, students are presented with ten shapes. Each shape has a 3-digit number written in it. Students solve subtraction problems by subtracting numbers in the shapes. For example: Subtract the number in the octagon from the number in the number in the hexagon.
Practice a variety of 5-digit addition skills with this worksheet.
Choose a money amount from each wheel. Then calculate the sum.
Find the sum for each problem. All addition requires carrying or regrouping. Use the answers to solve the riddle: What's more amazing than a talking dog?
These five worksheets reinforce key math skills for 5th grade. Each worksheet includes a daily word problem, most of which involve multiple steps. Topics include subtracting fractions, dividing money, and interpreting a chart.
Look for mistakes in these completed addition problems. Explain the errors. Then solve.
On these printable worksheets, your fifth graders will review parallel/intersecting/perpendicular lines, long division (without remainders), estimating basic operations, factors, area models, and word problems.
Why are there fences around graveyards? To discover the answer to this math riddle, students will answer a series of mental math addition problems. Addends are multiples of 10, 100, or 1,000. (example: 4,000+2,000)
This worksheet has 12 subtraction problems with room for students to write them vertically and solve.
This sheet has six bar models. Students add or subtract to find the missing numbers. This worksheet has mostly 5-digit numbers.
On this worksheet, students must balance the scale by writing in missing addends or sums. Note: This may be a tricky activity for younger students.
This worksheet includes 2 word problems, vertical and horizontal equations, and fill-in-the-missing-number questions.
First use the cypher key to decode the mystery symbols into regular numbers. Then subtract.
(example: 6,526 - 2,818)
Add, subtract, divide, and multiply to solve this math crossword.  (Grade 4 and up)
Add six pairs of numbers. Choose numbers from the circles at the top of the page.
Why did the cookie visit his doctor? The answer will make your students laugh out loud. Solve 4-digit addition problems to decode the punchline.
Solve a variety of subtraction problems, including word problems, vertical and horizontal equations, and missing digit questions.
Here's another "Find the Mistakes" worksheet. This one has different problems than the worksheet above.
Each task card includes a problem that deals with subtraction across zero. You can use these task cards in many different ways depending on what you're doing with your students or class.
This set includes a problem related to number patterns, solving 4-digit operations, and reading & interpreting data on a table.
Add the money amounts to find the sums. Then cut out the picture puzzle pieces. Match each numbered (sum) piece to the correct problem. The completed picture shows a hot air balloon.
Subtract numbers in the shapes shown. For instance: Subtract the number in the hexagon from the number in the pentagon.
Solve these subtraction problems and use the differences to complete the math crossword.
These seven addition bar models (or tape diagrams) have space for students to show their work on the right-hand side.
In this game, students must figure out the correct locations for the missing digits in each subtraction problem. Includes 12 task cars and a student answer page.
These worksheets cover topics such as rounding decimals to the nearest whole number, converting improper fractions to mixed numbers, and more.
After decoding the numbers using the key, students will subtract to find the differences.
Solve these double-digit addition word problems. These problems do NOT require regrouping.
Add each pair of addends (up to 5 digits). Then sort them into two categories: odd sums and even sums.
These math problems were already solved, but there are mistakes. Explain how the problems were incorrectly solved. Then calculate the correct sums.
Use the key to decode the symbols and find the 5-digit numbers. Then solve the subtraction problems and write the answers in the secret code.
The third week of Math Buzz for 4th grade features skills like: division, place value, advanced subtraction, rounding, fractions, area, and perimeter.
First solve the 4-digit plus 4-digit problems. Then glue the picture puzzle pieces over the answers to make a picture of a rocket ship blasting through outer space.
First solve 16 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Then attach each numbered piece onto the correct problem. This reveals a mystery picture of a school bus with students.
Solve each 4-digit addition problem. Then cut out the cards and sort them into two different categories: Odd Sums and Even Sums.
Practice adding money with this worksheet. It includes several styles of math problems, such as word problems and fill-in-the-blanks.
Use subtractions to find the missing amount for each number bond. Each bond adds up to \$1, so this skill will require subtracting across zero.
What do boats eat in the morning for breakfast? To solve the riddle, students will need to complete column addition problems. Each one has three, 3-digit addends.
Here are five more worksheets with daily word problems for 5th graders. Topics include finding volume, calculating time, and comparing decimals.
Decode the secret numbers using the cypher key at the top of the page. Then add them together.
Solve the addition problems in the boxes. This worksheet has space for students to rewrite problems vertically (if needed) and show their work.
Add and subtract 5-digit numbers. Find the answer to all problems to solve the riddle: What should you do when you see a blue elephant?
These subtraction problems are written on graph paper squares so students can better see the alignment of each column.
Find the missing value for each bar model. Then write an addition and subtraction number sentence for each.
This file has 30 addition task cards. Each one has a problem with 3-digit addends. There's also a student answer worksheet. Makes a great learning center.
Choose a number from each of the two circles and add them together. Choose six different pairs of numbers to add.
What did the duck eat for lunch? Solve the 4-digit addition and subtraction problems and match the letters with the answers to find out.
Practice several different types of problems with this 5-digit subtraction variety worksheet.
In this math activity, students will find the missing value for each bar model, then they will write an addition and subtraction number sentence for each one.
These cards have addition problems with 4-digit addends. Use these cars in your math learning center, with your classroom document camera, or as cards for math games.
Use this worksheet to help students practice adding with three digits.
Choose numbers from each circle. Add them together to find the sums. Do this six times.
Did you hear the joke about the skunk? On this worksheet, students calculate the sums of two money amounts. Then they can use the sums to find the answer to the riddle.
This file has 5 worksheets, one for each day of the week. Topics include adding with fractions, finding the area of a rectangle, and more.
These addition problems were solved incorrectly. Examine them carefully and explain the mistakes.
Solve these subtraction problems to find the differences. Each problem requires subtracting across zero.
Use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to solve these five single and multi-step problems.
How do bees get to school in the morning? To find out, figure out the answers to the 3-digit addition and subtraction problems.
This file has 30 task cards with money subtraction on them.
Solve the 5-digit subtraction problems to unscramble the puzzle picture.
Here is another tape diagram (bar model) worksheet with seven problems. This version has empty space for students to show their work on the right-hand side.
Figure out where to place the digits for each addition problem.
Skills covered in these daily worksheets include reading and interpreting frequency charts, reducing fractions, and adding fractions with unlike denominators.
These 3-digit subtraction problems require students to borrow across zero. (example: 400-126)
These two addition problems have been solved incorrectly. Can you find the errors? Tell how each problem could be solved correctly.
These completed subtraction problems have mistakes in them. Figure out what's wrong with each one and explain.
Each of these task cards features a unique 5-digit subtraction problem. You can use the cards in learning centers, post a card each morning for your students to solve, or use them any other way you like.
Within this set you'll find a variety of word problems, geometry, place value up to 7 places, fractions, advanced addition and subtraction.
This intermediate-level worksheet features larger numbers into the thousands and money amounts.
At the top of this page are numbers written inside of polygons. Students add numbers in similar shapes. For example: Find the sum of the numbers in the octagons.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. (Most problems require regrouping.) Then cut out the puzzle parts. Match each difference with the correct problem to complete the puzzle. The completed puzzle shows Santa placing gifts below a tree.
At the top of the page, students are presented with a series of shapes. They subtract numbers from pairs of shapes and find the differences. For example: Subtract the number in the rhombus from the number in the trapezoid.
Subtract find the missing amount for each number bond. This is an alternate version of the worksheet above.
Riddle: How does a rabbit travel? To find the answer, solve three-digit subtraction problems. Then match the answers with the letters to decode the solution to the riddle.
These worksheets reinforce key 5th grade math skills. Topics include reading and interpreting a bar graph and converting measurements.
Use the key to decode the addends in the secret symbol numbers. Then solve the 4-digit addition problems.
Double-digit column addition problems with three or four addends; Includes one word problem
Start with the product of a dozen and a dozen, then double it. Then add ten thousand and then another eighty thousand.
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