You are on page 1of 29

__/ 29 POINTS

GOAL

Name:
Period
Date:

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Rounding, Square Roots (26), Multiply (8512); Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 13

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.


a) Round 458 to the nearest hundred.
b) Round 112,014 to the nearest hundred.
c) Round 12,345 to the nearest ten thousand.

d) Round 15,014,789 to the nearest ten thousand.


e) Round 555,478 to the nearest ten.
f) Round 12,058,563 to the nearest hundred thousand.

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Solve the square root problems below.
g) = ___
h) = ___
i) = ___
j)
k)

l)

= ___

m)

= ___

n)

= ___

= ___
= ___

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Solve for the variable (letter) in the problems below.
o) 17 -10 = x

p) 47 + x = 187

q) 5 times y is 80

s) 80 y y = 40

t) 65 + x = 785

u) 548 x = 21

r) If five times y is 95, what is y?

v) 45 y = 35 + y

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Multiply.


4
26

14
29

213
2

210
21

304
28

bb) Jayden always takes the same route when she walks his cat. First, he walks 17 blocks to the park. Then
he walks 10 blocks to the elementary school. Finally, he walks 18 blocks to get back home. Jayden
walks his cat 4 times each day. How many blocks does Jayden's cat walk each day?

cc) Jalea bought three packages of cat food and two packages of dog food. Each package of cat food
contained five cans, and each package of dog food contained three cans. How many more cans of cat
food than dog food did Jalea buy?

File Name: Document1

__/ 29 POINTS
GOAL

Name:
Period
Date:

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Rounding, Square Roots (26), Multiply (840); Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 12

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.


a) Round 852 to the nearest hundred.
b) Round 5,752 to the nearest hundred.
c) Round 16,458 to the nearest ten thousand.

d) Round 4,812,781 to the nearest ten thousand.


e) Round 61,478 to the nearest ten.
f) Round 5,120,456 to the nearest hundred thousand.

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Solve the square root problems below.
g) = ___
h) = ___
i) = ___
j)
l)

k) = ___

m)

= ___

= ___

n)

= ___
= ___

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Solve for the variable (letter) in the problems below.
o) 17 x = 6

p) 19 + x = 17

q) 4 times y is 20

s) 25 y y = 15

t) 65 + x = 169

u) 548 x = 40

r) If five times y is 35, what is y?

v) 45 y = 25 + y

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Multiply.


30
26

22
29

23
21

20
21

30
28

bb) Will always takes the same route when she walks his dog. First, he walks 5 blocks to the park. Then he
walks 10 blocks to the elementary school. Finally, he walks 8 blocks to get back home. Will walks his
dog 2 times each day. How many blocks does Will's dog walk each day?

cc) Ms. Allen bought three packages of cat food and two packages of dog food. Each package of cat food
contained five cans, and each package of dog food contained three cans. How many more cans of cat
food than dog food did Ms. Allen buy?

File Name: Document1

__/ 11 POINTS
GOAL

Name:
Period
Date:

Common Core: 4.OA.A.3

4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11


DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
a) Tommy saved $27 in September. He saved $13 in October and $23 in November. Then Tommy spent
$61 on a video game. How much money does Tommy have left?
b) Collin had 23 toy cars. Then he bought 12 cars from the toy store and got 10 cars for his birthday. Collin
gave 9 of the toy cars to his sister and 9 to his friend Kenny. How many toy cars does Collin have left?
c) For a school fundraiser, Diego needs to sell 39 boxes of cookies. So far, he has sold 15 boxes of lemon
cookies to his aunt, 13 boxes of chocolate cookies to his mother, and 3 boxes of oatmeal cookies to a
neighbor. How many more boxes of cookies does Diego need to sell?
d) Spencer needs 28 cartons of berries to make a berry cobbler. He already has 4 cartons of strawberries
and 5 cartons of blueberries. How many more cartons of berries should Spencer buy?
e) For a school fundraiser, Leon needs to sell 46 rolls of wrapping paper. So far, he has sold 7 rolls to his
grandmother, 2 rolls to his uncle, and 9 rolls to a neighbor. How many more rolls of wrapping paper
does Leon need to sell?
f) Zane was collecting coins. He got 7 coins from his piggy bank and 11 coins from his brother. His father
gave Zane 8 coins. Zane gave 16 of the coins to his friend Michael. How many coins did Zane have left?
g) Riley saved up $35. Then she got $10 for her allowance. Riley spent $6 on a pair of gloves, $7 on a
winter hat, and $10 on a scarf. How much money does Riley have left?
h) Danielle saved $15 in March. She saved $42 in April and $12 in May. Then Danielle spent $43 on a
keyboard. How much money does Danielle have left?
i) Angie needs 99 paper plates for a birthday party. She already has 33 blue plates and 21 red plates. How
many more plates should Angie buy?
j) Tyler saved $43 in June, $29 in July, and $49 in August. Then Tyler spent $17 on school supplies and
$45 on new clothes. How much money does Tyler have left?
k) Garrett wants to buy a dictionary that costs $14, a dinosaur book that costs $4, and a children's
cookbook that costs $20. He has saved $35 from his allowance. How much more money does Garrett
need to buy all three books?

File Name: Document1

__/ 11 POINTS
GOAL

Name: ANSWER KEY


Period
Date:

Common Core: 4.OA.A.3

4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.


a)

Tommy saved $27 in September. He saved $13 in October and $23 in November. Then Tommy spent $61 on a video game.
How much money does Tommy have left?
i. ANSWER: 2

b) Collin had 23 toy cars. Then he bought 12 cars from the toy store and got 10 cars for his birthday. Collin gave 9 of the toy
cars to his sister and 9 to his friend Kenny. How many toy cars does Collin have left?
i. ANSWER: 27
c)

For a school fundraiser, Diego needs to sell 39 boxes of cookies. So far, he has sold 15 boxes of lemon cookies to his aunt, 13
boxes of chocolate cookies to his mother, and 3 boxes of oatmeal cookies to a neighbor. How many more boxes of cookies
does Diego need to sell?
i. ANSWER: 8

d) Spencer needs 28 cartons of berries to make a berry cobbler. He already has 4 cartons of strawberries and 5 cartons of
blueberries. How many more cartons of berries should Spencer buy?
i. ANSWER: 19
e)

For a school fundraiser, Leon needs to sell 46 rolls of wrapping paper. So far, he has sold 7 rolls to his grandmother, 2 rolls to
his uncle, and 9 rolls to a neighbor. How many more rolls of wrapping paper does Leon need to sell?
i. ANSWER: 28

f)

Zane was collecting coins. He got 7 coins from his piggy bank and 11 coins from his brother. His father gave Zane 8 coins.
Zane gave 16 of the coins to his friend Michael. How many coins did Zane have left?
i. ANSWER: 10

g) Riley saved up $35. Then she got $10 for her allowance. Riley spent $6 on a pair of gloves, $7 on a winter hat, and $10 on a
scarf. How much money does Riley have left?
i. ANSWER: 22
h) Danielle saved $15 in March. She saved $42 in April and $12 in May. Then Danielle spent $43 on a keyboard. How much
money does Danielle have left?
i. ANSWER: 26
i)

Angie needs 99 paper plates for a birthday party. She already has 33 blue plates and 21 red plates. How many more plates
should Angie buy?
i. ANSWER: 45

j)

Tyler saved $43 in June, $29 in July, and $49 in August. Then Tyler spent $17 on school supplies and $45 on new clothes.
How much money does Tyler have left?
i. ANSWER: 59

k) Garrett wants to buy a dictionary that costs $14, a dinosaur book that costs $4, and a children's cookbook that costs $20. He
has saved $35 from his allowance. How much more money does Garrett need to buy all three books?
i. ANSWER: 3

Name:
Period
File Name: Document1
Date:

4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11


DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Tommy saved $27 in September. He saved $13 in October
and $23 in November. Then Tommy spent $61 on a video
game. How much money does Tommy have left?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Collin had 23 toy cars. Then he bought 12 cars from the toy store and got
10 cars for his birthday. Collin gave 9 of the toy cars to his si+ster and 9 to
his friend Kenny. How many toy cars does Collin have left?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
For a school fundraiser, Diego needs to sell 39 boxes of cookies. So far, he has
sold 15 boxes of lemon cookies to his aunt, 13 boxes of chocolate cookies to his
mother, and 3 boxes of oatmeal cookies to a neighbor. How many more boxes of
cookies does Diego need to sell?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Spencer needs 28 cartons of berries to make a berry cobbler. He already has 4
cartons of strawberries and 5 cartons of blueberries. How many more cartons of
berries should Spencer buy?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
For a school fundraiser, Leon needs to sell 46 rolls of wrapping paper. So
far, he has sold 7 rolls to his grandmother, 2 rolls to his uncle, and 9 rolls
to a neighbor. How many more rolls of wrapping paper does Leon need to
sell?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Zane was collecting coins. He got 7 coins from his piggy bank and 11
coins from his brother. His father gave Zane 8 coins. Zane gave 16 of the
coins to his friend Michael. How many coins did Zane have left?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Riley saved up $35. Then she got $10 for her allowance. Riley spent $6 on a pair
of gloves, $7 on a winter hat, and $10 on a scarf. How much money does Riley
have left?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Danielle saved $15 in March. She saved $42 in April and $12 in May.
Then Danielle spent $43 on a keyboard. How much money does Danielle
have left?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Angie needs 99 paper plates for a birthday party. She already has 33 blue
plates and 21 red plates. How many more plates should Angie buy?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Tyler saved $43 in June, $29 in July, and $49 in August. Then Tyler spent $17 on
school supplies and $45 on new clothes. How much money does Tyler have left?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

Name:
Period
Date:
4 Math Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 11
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.
Garrett wants to buy a dictionary that costs $14, a dinosaur book that costs $4, and a
children's cookbook that costs $20. He has saved $35 from his allowance. How much
more money does Garrett need to buy all three books?
What operation(s) is the problem
asking me to do?

What is the question asking me to


figure out?

What information do I need to solve?

How will I solve it?

WORK GOES HERE:

File Name: Document1

Add (+)
Subtract (-)

Multiply (x, of, times)


Divide ()

__/ 25 POINTS
GOAL

Name:
Period
Date: 11.07.2014 F

Common Core:

4 Math Rounding, Square Roots (11), Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 10
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
Round 62,168 to the nearest ten thousand. 70,000
a) Round 142 to the nearest hundred.
b) Round 4,704 to the nearest hundred.
c) Round 35.121 to the nearest ten thousand.

d) Round 12,781 to the nearest ten thousand.


e) Round 41,104 to the nearest ten.
f) Round 4,120,111 to the nearest hundred thousand.

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Solve the square root problems below.
=2
g)

= ___

k) = ___

h) = ___

i) = ___

j) = ___

l)

m)

n)

= ___

= ___

= ___

o) Hondo went to the grocery store. He bought 18 packs of cookies and 10 packs of noodles. How many
packs of groceries did he buy in all?
p) Ms. Allen went to a pet shop. She bought 74 gold fish and 4 blue fish. How many fish did she buy?
q) I read 25 pages of Sleepy Hollow book yesterday. Today, I read 14 pages. What is the total number of
pages did I read?
r) Cole had 47 marbles. He gave 1 to Dylan. How many does he have left?
s) Michael has some fish in his fish tank. Ben gave him 17 more fish. Now he has 42. How many fish did
he have to begin with?
t) Alyssa had 125 cookies. Aiyanna has 175. How many more cookies does Aiyanna have than Alyssa?
u) Hayley had 24 meatballs on her plate. Kirsten stole some of her meatballs. Now she has 19 meatballs on
her plate. How many meatballs did Kirsten steal?

v) 17 = x + 12

w) 4 + y = 17

x) 23 = x - 11

y) y - 2 = 4

File Name: Document1

__/ 25 POINTS
GOAL

Name:
Period
Date: 11.05.2014 W

Common Core:

4 Math Rounding, Square Roots (11), Word Problems (Add & Subtract), Algebraic Expressions 9
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
Round 62,168 to the nearest ten thousand. 70,000
z) Round 472 to the nearest hundred.
aa) Round 5,925 to the nearest hundred.
bb) Round 24,451 to the nearest ten thousand.
cc) Round 12,178 to the nearest ten thousand.
dd) Round 58,178 to the nearest ten.
ee) Round 7,120,171 to the nearest hundred thousand
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Solve the square root problems below.
=2
ff) = ___
gg) = ___
hh) = ___
ii) = ___
jj) = ___

kk)

= ___

ll)

= ___

mm)
___

DIRECTIONS: SAW. Solve the word problems below.


nn) Hondo went to the grocery store. He bought 12 packs of cookies and 16 packs of noodles. How many
packs of groceries did he buy in all?
oo) Ms. Allen went to a pet shop. She bought 15 gold fish and 7 blue fish. How many fish did she buy?
pp) I read 21 pages of my English book yesterday. Today, I read 17 pages. What is the total number of pages
did I read?
qq) Cole had 87 marbles. He gave 8 to Dylan. How many does he have left?
rr) Michael has some fish in his fish tank. Ben gave him 18 more fish. Now he has 49. How many fish did
he have to begin with?
ss) Alyssa had 129 cookies. Aiyanna has 140. How many more cookies does Aiyanna have than Alyssa?
tt) Hayley had 25 meatballs on her plate. Kirsten stole some of her meatballs. Now she has 11 meatballs on
her plate. How many meatballs did Kirsten steal?
uu) 17 = x + 10

vv) 7 + x = 17

ww)

xx) x - 3 = 6

19 = x - 9

File Name: Document1

__/ 30 POINTS
GOAL

Name:
Period
Date: 10.17.2014

Common Core:

4 Math Rounding, Square Roots, Subtraction, Algebraic Expressions 8


DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
Round 62,168 to the nearest ten thousand. 70,000
a) Round 252 to the nearest hundred.
b) Round 4,925 to the nearest hundred.
c) Round 287,456 to the nearest ten thousand.

d) Round 42,618 to the nearest ten thousand.


e) Round 10,145 to the nearest ten.
f) Round 6,890,123 to the nearest hundred thousand.

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Solve the square root problems below.
=2
g)

= ___

h)

= ___

i) = ___

j) = ___

k)

= ___

l)

= ___

m)

n) = ___

= ___

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Find the difference.

5000
2676

5000
1623

5000
3859

5000
3033

5000
2943

5000
2553

5000
2229

5000
3284

5000
1144

5000
4157

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Solve the one step algebraic expression for the variable (letter).
y)

File Name: Document1

z)

Name:
Period
Date

__/ 30 POINTS
GOAL
Math Single Step Algebraic Expressions 7

DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed.


1.) 4x = 24

2.) 4 + x = 12

3.) x 3 = 3

4.) 14 = x + 10

5.) x + 10 = 12

6.) 10 = x + 9

7.) x + 1 = 10

8.) x + 8 = 19

9.) x + 10 = 21

10.) x + 5 = 14

11.) x 7 = 4

12.) x + 5 = 7

13.) x 4 = 6

14.) x + 4 = 13

File Name: Document1

Common Core:

15.) 5 = x + 3

16.) 15 = x + 8

17.) x + 5 = 7

18.) x + 3 = 8

19.) 2x = 16

20.) x + 5 = 11

21.) 11 = x + 2

22.) x + 10 = 18

23.) x + 3 = 7

24.) x + 3 = 13

25.) 7 + x = 16

26.) 3 + x = 7

27.) 16 = x + 5

28.) x 5 = 1

29.) x 3 = 4

30.) x + 5 = 12

Name:
Period
Date
File Name: Document1

__/ POINTS
GOAL

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Rounding & Word Problems 6


DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
Round 62,168 to the nearest ten thousand. 70,000
o) Round 752 to the nearest hundred.
p) Round 4,425 to the nearest hundred.

q) Round 148,286 to the nearest ten thousand.


r) Round 19,452 to the nearest ten thousand.

DIRECTIONS: Decipher (break down) and answer each number story/word problem.
s) Ellen went to a garage sale to buy chairs. Each chair cost 5 dollars. How much money did Ellen spend
for the 6 chairs she bought?
i. UNDERSTAND: _________________________________________________________
ii. PLAN: _________________________________________________________________
o Guess and check
o Consider special cases
o Look for a pattern
o Work backwards
o Make an orderly list
o Use direct reasoning
o Draw a picture
o Use a formula
o Eliminate possibilities
o Solve an equation
o Use symmetry
o Be ingenious
iii. EXECUTE: _____________________________________________________________
iv. CHECK: _______________________________________________________________
t) Justin was collecting coins. He got 14 coins from his piggy bank and 4 coins from his brother. His father
gave Justin 18 coins. Justin gave 15 of the coins to his friend Alec. How many coins did Justin have left?
i. UNDERSTAND: _________________________________________________________
ii. PLAN: _________________________________________________________________
o Guess and check
o Consider special cases
o Look for a pattern
o Work backwards
o Make an orderly list
o Use direct reasoning
o Draw a picture
o Use a formula
o Eliminate possibilities
o Solve an equation
o Use symmetry
o Be ingenious
iii. EXECUTE: _____________________________________________________________
iv. CHECK: _______________________________________________________________

File Name: Document1

u) Brenna saved $34 in March. She saved $11 in April and $11 in May. Then Brenna spent $52 on a
keyboard. How much money does Brenna have left?

v) Scarlett and Cindy already had 13 shells in their shell collection. Then they went to the beach to collect
even more. Scarlett found 2 limpet shells, 2 sand dollars, and 4 conch shells. Cindy found 27 more shells
than Scarlett did. How many shells do the pair have all together?

w) In Cora's toy bin there are 23 red blocks. There are 5 more yellow blocks than red blocks. There are also
4 more blue blocks than red blocks. How many blocks are there in all? 78

x) Tom walked 5 blocks from his house to the bus stop. He rode the bus 12 blocks to the post office. Later,
he came home the same way. How many blocks did Tom travel in all?

y) Frank had 23 toy cars. Then he bought 17 cars from the toy store and got 21 cars for his birthday. Frank
gave 9 of the toy cars to his sister and 16 to his friend Alan. How many toy cars does Frank have left?

z) Brett walked 4 blocks from his house to the bus stop. He rode the bus 2 blocks to the library. Later, he
came home the same way. How many blocks did Brett travel in all?

aa) Liam had 11 stickers. He bought 25 stickers from a store in the mall and got 7 stickers for his birthday.
Then Liam gave 2 of the stickers to his sister and used 9 to decorate a greeting card. How many stickers
does Liam have left?

bb) Jason needs 56 paper plates for a birthday party. He already has 23 blue plates and 6 red plates. How
many more plates should Jason buy?
File Name: Document1

Name:
Period
Date

__/ POINTS
GOAL

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Rounding, Place Value, Standard Form, Expanded Form, Word Form 4
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
Round 62,168 to the nearest ten thousand. 70,000
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Round 985 to the nearest hundred.


Round 5,653 to the nearest hundred.
Round 48,698 to the nearest thousand.
Round 152,187 to the nearest ten thousand.
Round 21,470 to the nearest ten thousand.

f)
g)
h)
i)
j)

Round 90,620 to the nearest thousand.


Round 350 to the nearest hundred.
Round 25,652to the nearest thousand.
Round 11,467 to the nearest hundred.
Round 852,056 to the nearest tens

DIRECTIONS: SAW. Use separate paper if needed. Write the place value of the underlined digit.
k) 78,411 _____________________

m) 78,086 ______________________

l) 594

n) 86,425 ______________________

_____________________

DIRECTIONS: Write the expanded form for the following numbers:


o) 985

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

p) 5,653

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTIONS: Write the word form for the following numbers.


q) 48,698

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

r) 152,187

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTIONS: Identify the following points on the number line. Then order from least to greatest.
A = 21,740

File Name: Document1

B = 90,620

C = 350

D = 25,652

Name:
Period
Date

__/ POINTS
GOAL

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Remediation Subtraction of Multi Digit Numbers 1


DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed

1.

7811
2598

6.

6829
2922

11.

9757
1253

16.

5724
2018

21.

8457
1211

File Name: Document1

2.

5296
2684

7.

5186
4119

12.

9354
5550

17.

7812
5137

22.

7812
3512

3.

6349
1152

8.

7805
6049

13.

5702
5029

18.

4718
2943

23.

7497
2841

4.

7358
1513

9.

9714
8901

14.

8405
6216

19.

2657
1790

24.

7832
1247

5.

8972
4609

10.

8655
7041

15.

5188
1494

20.

8699
5721

25.

5526
1741

4 Math Remediation Subtraction of Multi Digit Numbers 1 ANSWER KEY

1.

7811
2598
5213

6.

6829
2922
3907

11.

9757
1253
8504

16.

5724
2018
3706

21.

8457
1211
7246

File Name: Document1

2.

5296
2684
2612

7.

5186
4119
1067

12.

9354
5550
3804

17.

7812
5137
2675

22.

7812
3512
4300

3.

6349
1152
5197

8.

7805
6049
1756

13.

5702
5029
673

18.

4718
2943
1775

23.

7497
2841
4656

4.

7358
1513
5845

9.

9714
8901
813

14.

8405
6216
2189

19.

2657
1790
867

24.

7832
1247
6585

5.

8972
4609
4363

10.

8655
7041
1614

15.

5188
1494
3694

20.

8699
5721
2978

25.

5526
1741
3785

Name:
Period
Date

__/ POINTS
GOAL

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Remediation Addition of Multi Digit Numbers 1


DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed

2144
1.

+ 7995

2819
2.

6246
6.

+ 9545

+ 8196

7.

+ 9017

12.

+ 5565

File Name: Document1

8.

+ 1015

17.

+ 9391

13.

+ 7323

+ 5421

+ 9434

18.

+ 3004

9.

+ 2314

5.

+ 9882

14.

+ 4797

10.

+ 2426

15.

+ 6693

+ 3770

4314
20.

8615
24.

+ 7051

1568

8755
19.

+ 4754

5597

5379

2132
23.

+ 8955

8972

9422

3184

1946
22.

4.

4990

7345

4132
21.

+ 2289

+ 7297

5362

3612

2758

8428
16.

3.

1374

8541
11.

+ 3371

9419

+ 7023

5054
25.

+ 7262

4 Math Remediation Addition & Subtraction of Multi Digit Numbers 1 [ANSWER KEY]

1.

2144
+ 7995
10139

6.

6246
+ 9545
15791

11.

8541
+ 8196
16737

16.

8428
+ 9017
17445

21.

4132
+ 5565
9697

File Name: Document1

2.

2819
+ 3371
6190

7.

1374
+ 2289
3663

12.

2758
+ 1015
3773

17.

7345
+ 9391
16736

22.

1946
+ 7323
9269

3.

9419
+ 7297
16716

8.

3612
+ 5421
9033

13.

4990
+ 9434
14424

18.

3184
+ 3004
6188

23.

2132
+ 2314
4446

4.

5362
+ 8955
14317

9.

9422
+ 9882
19304

14.

5379
+ 4797
10176

19.

8755
+ 2426
11181

24.

8615
+ 6693
15308

5.

8972
+ 4754
13726

10.

5597
+ 7051
12648

15.

1568
+ 3770
5338

20.

4314
+ 7023
11337

25.

5054
+ 7262
12316

Name:
Period
Date

__/ POINTS
GOAL

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2

4 Math Rounding, Place Value, Standard Form, Expanded Form, Word Form 3
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
Round 62,168 to the nearest ten thousand. 70,000
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)

Round 985 to the nearest hundred.


Round 5,653 to the nearest hundred.
Round 48,698 to the nearest thousand.
Round 152,187 to the nearest ten thousand.
Round 21,470 to the nearest ten thousand.

f)
g)
h)
i)
j)

Round 90,620 to the nearest thousand.


Round 350 to the nearest hundred.
Round 25,652to the nearest thousand.
Round 11,467 to the nearest hundred.
Round 852,056 to the nearest tens

DIRECTIONS: SAW. Use separate paper if needed. Write the place value of the underlined digit.
k) 78,411 _____________________

m) 78,086 ______________________

l) 594

n) 86,425 ______________________

_____________________

DIRECTIONS: Write the expanded form for the following numbers:


o) 985

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

p) 5,653

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTIONS: Write the word form for the following numbers.


q) 48,698

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

r) 152,187

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTIONS: Identify the following points on the number line. Then order from least to greatest.
A = 21,740

File Name: Document1

B = 90,620

C = 350

D = 25,652

Name:
Period
Date

__/ POINTS
GOAL
Common Core:

4 Math Rounding, Place Value, Standard Form, Expanded Form, Word Form
DIRECTIONS: SAW . Use separate paper if needed. Round to the underlined word.
a) Round 66,911 to the nearest ten thousand.

e) Round 90,648 to the nearest ten thousand.

a) Round 574 to the nearest hundred.

f) Round 48,919 to the nearest thousand.

b) Round 3,073 to the nearest hundred.

g) Round 5,180 to the nearest hundred.

c) Round 29,328 to the nearest thousand.

h) Round 40,776 to the nearest thousand.

d) Round 127,668 to the nearest ten thousand.

i) Round 14,920 to the nearest hundred.

DIRECTIONS: SAW. Use separate paper if needed. Write the place value of the underlined digit
b) 66,911 _____________________
j) 574

k) 13,073 ______________________

_____________________

l) 29,328 ______________________
DIRECTIONS: Write the expanded form for the following numbers:
m) 127,668

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

n) 48,919

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTIONS: Write the word form for the following numbers.


o) 5,180

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

p) 40,776

________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

DIRECTIONS: Identify the following points on the number line.

File Name: Document1