# Saskatchewan Aligned Math Worksheets Full Year Bundle | Paper | Grade 4

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Practice or assess Saskatchewan Grade 4 math concepts with these worksheets. Use them for practice, review, or assessment. They only take moments to prep and make differentiation easy peasy.

This bundle is still growing. New sets will be added soon.

This easy-to-use resource includes:

• pages that can easily be used as assessments.
• colouring pages to use for review in many sets.
• Canadian/British spellings and metric measurements.
• SI Notation, so numbers are written with spaces between place values instead of commas. (Example: 8 000 instead of 8,000).

Topics included are:

• Number Concepts: representing numbers up to 10 000 in standard form, words, place value charts and expanded form, decomposing numbers in a variety of ways to 1 000, comparing whole numbers using < > or =, ordering numbers in a sequence or using terms like greatest and least.
• Number Operations: addition and subtraction within 10 000. Equations can be solved with any strategy, long multiplication questions with 2 or 3 digits by 1 digit, long division questions with 2 digits by 1 digit that may have remainders. Remainders are expressed as whole numbers.
• Decimals and Fractions: representing decimals to the hundredths place using place value charts, words, standard form and pictures, counting and recording Canadian money using cent signs, dollar signs and decimal points, adding and subtracting decimals to the hundredths place, representing proper fractions, comparing and ordering fractions and their related decimals to the hundredths place. Fractions are compared with common denominators, relating decimals to hundredths to fractions and vice versa.
• Patterns and Algebra: describing and extending pictorial and concrete patterns, describing and extending number patterns (including sequences and tables), sorting numbers in T-Charts, Venn Diagrams and Carroll Diagrams by attributes, writing one-step equations with variables using descriptions, pictorial and concrete representations, solving one-step equations for the value of an unknown variable. The equations include addition and subtraction within 10 000. Multiplication and division equations stay within the times table chart.
• Statistics and Graphing: reading and creating bar graphs, reading and creating pictographs, and using first and second-hand data and many-to-one correspondence.
• Time and Measurement: reading analog clocks (and recording time in words and digital time), 12 and 24-hour clocks (and AM/PM), calendars, writing dates in different formats, finding the area of regular and irregular shapes (without formulas), referents of metric units and metric conversions.

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