4th Grade Multiplication Worksheets

Multiplication is an important skill that's usually mastered by the end of 4th grade. Several sites offer online and printable worksheets for home practice. Here are three that we like.

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The Math Worksheet Site

Create your own multiplication worksheets at TheMathWorksheetSite.com. You can choose which numbers will appear on the worksheets - this way, you can guide your child's practice toward specific points of difficulty, and skip over questions that would fail to challenge him or her.

This website also provides review worksheets for many types of math beyond multiplication, including mixed problems that combine multiplication, addition and subtraction. If you're interested in a wider selection of worksheets than are available for free, you may consider subscribing to the site to access more than 260 other types of worksheets. Subscribers can generate story problems, print lattice multiplication grids and create decimal multiplication worksheets.

Free Worksheets at HomeSchoolMath.net

Discover free worksheets on a multitude of topics at Home School Math. Choose from 1-, 2- or 3-digit column multiplication problems. Use the examples provided or select the user-generated option. Your child can also use the mental multiplication worksheets to practice mentally multiplying in parts and then adding the parts (distributive property). For example:

5 x 105 becomes 5 x 100 + 5 x 5
= 500 + 25
= 525

The worksheets are randomly generated whenever you click on them, so once your child has completed a page, he or she can go back and click on the same link to receive a new set of problems. Each worksheet comes with an answer key making them easy to correct by hand and all pages are printable.

Super Teacher Worksheets' Multiplication Practice

SuperTeacherWorksheets.com offers a wide range of free practice materials to help your child learn multiplication. This site includes simple worksheets as well as elaborate board games, which you can print out and play with your child. The worksheets teach multiplication in myriad ways, some serving as drills of all numbers, while others focus on a single number and its multiples. The pages are designed in black and white, which make them suitable for children who need to work without visual distractions.

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