Solve simple measure and money problems involving fractions and decimals to two decimal places
Y4 Number - Fractions (including Decimals) - Interactive Quiz
An interactive quiz which tests understanding of all the Fractions objectives in the Year 4 curriculum. Choose one objective or multiple objectives. You can save, or print, your test results as a pdf at the end of the quiz. Ideal for formative or summative assessment.
Alternatively, you can use the Interactive Maths Quiz which includes objectives from all strands of the Year 4 curriculum.
Find the missing number to balance the decimal calculations. Levels include finding the sums and differences of decimal, U.t xU and multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100 or 1000. Choose a range of different objectives and they will be 'balanced' against each other.
The scale is loaded with between 1 and 4 weights. The user then has to balance the scales, converting between g and kg in the process. There is a great deal of control over the level.
A great starter to explore addition, subtraction / difference and partitioning as well as the relationship between grams and kilog More…rams. Levels include converting whole kg to g (and vice versa), converting fractions of kg (eg 1/4kg = 250g) and weights in kg to 1 and 2 decimal places.
This game can be played for free until 1st August 2018, after which it will be available to subscribers only.
Answer a variety of 2 step word problems using a calculator. Whatever is input into the calculator is then recorded and displayed, so children can see all the steps that have been taken. This makes it a great tool for demonstrating calculator skills on a whiteboard. It can also be really useful for children to practice independently, as they can trace and correct any mistakes they make.
Recognise and continue the sequences involving fractions, shapes and colours. Lots of control over level including unit fractions and improper fractions. Extend children by choosing harder levels which require extending the sequence by finding general rules.