4th Grade Math

4th Grade Math (CLASS-4)

In continuation of Nursery to 3rd Grade Math, 4th Grade Math actually consists of basic level math which will definitely help you to build the foundation for higher grade math. Here we have tried to learn math step by step, showing very easy simplified processes in a very logical way. So, here you will learn 4th Grade Math step by step. The entire module or syllabus of 4th Grade Math is given below -


 (1) Large Numbers (Fun with mental math), 

 (2) Finding Missing Number,

 (3) Place Value & Face Value,    

    (a) Indian Place Value Table & Their Rules,

    (b) Write The Number Using Place Value Table,

    (c) Relation Between Place Value & Face Value,

    (d) Expanded Form and Short Form or Compact Form,

    (eSuccessor & Predecessor,

    (f) International Place Value Table & Their Rules,

 (4) Comparison of Numbers in Ascending & Descending Order,

 (5) Formation of Greatest & Smallest Number,

  (6) Simplification (BODMAS Rules),

  (7) Concept Of Divisibility,

     (a) Even & Odd Numbers,

     (b) Test Of Divisibility,

     (c) Problem & Solution Of Divisibility,


  (1Horizontal & Vertical Addition,

  (2Word Problem



  (1) Rules & Subtraction,

  (2) Horizontal & Vertical Subtraction,

  (3) Finding Missing Minuend Or Subtrahend, 

  (4Word problems,


  (1Rules of Multiplication,

  (2) Properties Of Multiplication,

  (3) Method of Multiplication,

  (4) Fact & Properties Of Multiplication,

  (5) Finding Factors Through Tree Method,

  (6) Multiplying Number by 10, 100, 1000,

  (7) Multiplication by 2 or 3 digit Numbers,

  (8Word problem,

  (9) Estimating product, 


  (1Concept & Rules of Division,

  (2) Method Of Division,

  (3) Properties Of Division,

  (4) Division of a Number by 10, 100, 1000,

  (5) Division by Three Digit Divisor,

  (6) Long Division By 1 or 2 digit Numbers,

  (7Word Problem of Division

  (8) Mixed & Two Step Word Problem of Division,


     (1) Unitary Method,

     (2) Area & Perimeter,

       (a) Formula Of Perimeter & Area,

       (b) Concept Of Perimeter,

          (i) Perimeter Of a Triangle,

          (ii) Perimeter Of a Square,

          (iii) Perimeter Of a Rectangle,

       (c) Concept Of Area,

          (i) Different Shape Can Have a Same Area,

          (ii) Problem & Solution Of Area,

       (d) Concept Of Measurement (Conversion Of Unit),

          (i) Conversion From Big Unit to Small Unit,

          (ii) Conversion From Small Unit to Big Unit,

          (iii) Multiplication in Measurement,

          (iv) Division in Measurement,

          (e) Pictograph - Introduction,

           (i) Bar Graph,

           (ii) Pie Chart,

           (iii) Tally Marks


(1) LCM & HCF

   (a) Fact & Properties Of Multiples,

   (b) Least Common Multiples (LCM),       

       (i) Common Multiple Method Or Listing Method,

       (ii) Common Division Method,

       (iii) Prime Factorization Method,

   (cHighest Common Factors (HCF),       

       (i) Common Factor Method Or Listing Method,

       (ii) Prime Factorization Method,

       (iii) Division Method,


   (a) Introduction Of Factors,

      (i) Concept Of Factors,

   (b) Properties Of Factors,

   (c) Method Of Finding Factors,

      (i) Finding Factors Through Division Method,

      (ii) Finding Factors Through Multiplication Method,

      (iii) Finding Factors Through Prime Factorization Method,

   (d) Finding Factors Through Tree Method,

   (e) Prime & Composite Number,

   (f) Prime Factorization,

   (g) Co-prime Numbers, 

viii) TIME

(1) Reading Time,

(2) Addition & Subtraction of Time,

(3) Converting to 24 Hours & 12 Hours, 


(1) Concept of Fraction

    (a) Understanding of Fraction Through Number Line,

    (b) Types Of Fraction,

(2) Addition Of Fraction,

(3) Conversion from Complex Fraction to Fraction,    

(4) Conversion from Fraction to Complex Fraction,  

(5) Equivalent Fraction,

    (a) Finding Equivalent Fraction Via Cross Multiplication,

    (b) Finding Equivalent Fraction By Reducing into Lowest Term,

(6) Proper, Improper, & Mix Fraction,

    (aConversion Of Improper Fraction to Mix-Fraction,

    (b) Conversion Of Mix-Fraction to Improper Fraction,

(7) Mixed Fraction,

    (a) Addition Of Mix-Fraction,

       (i) Addition Of Mixed Fraction With Same Denominator,

       (ii) Addition Of Mixed Fraction With Different Denominator,

    (b) Subtraction Of Mix-Fraction,

       (i) Subtraction Of Mixed Fraction With Same Denominator,

       (ii) Subtraction Of Mixed Fraction With Different Denominator

(8) Subtraction Of Fraction,

(9) Whole numbers, 

(10) Multiplication Of Fraction,

     (a) Some Other way of Multiplication of Fraction,

(11) Reciprocal of Fraction,

(12) Word problem of Fraction,

(13) Arranging of Fraction in Ascending & Descending,

      (a) Arranging Fraction of Different Numerator & Denominator in  Ascending Order,

      (bArranging Fraction of Different Numerator & Denominator in  Descending Order,


   (1) Introduction Of Decimal,

       (a) Tenths,

       (b) Hundredths,

       (c) Thousandths,

   (2) Mixed Number In Decimal,

   (3) Decimal Fraction In Place Value Chart,

    (4) Expanded Form Of Decimal,

   (5) Equivalent Decimal Fraction,

   (6) Like & Unlike Decimals,

         (a) Conversion Of Like Decimal into Unlike Decimals,

   (7) Comparison Of Decimals,

         (a) Arranging Decimal Number in Ascending (Small to Big) Order,

         (b) Arranging Decimal Number in Descending (Big to Small) Oder,

     (8) Addition Of Decimal Number,

   (9) Subtraction Of Decimal Number,

  (10) Simplification Of Decimal (Addition & Subtraction Only),

  (11) Multiplication Of Decimal Number,

        (a) Multiplication of Decimal by 10, 100, & 1000,

        (b) Multiplication Of Decimal By 10, 100, & 1000 by Other Way,

        (cMultiplication Of Decimal By 10, 100, & 1000 by Short Method,

    (12) Division Of Decimal by 10, 100,& 1000,

   (13) Problem & Solution Of Decimal Number,


1) Estimating sums in Addition & Subtraction, 


(1) Introduction Of Geometry,

   (a) Point,

   (b) Lines,

     (i) Construction Of Line Segment using Ruler,

     (ii) Curved Lines,

   (d) Circle,

     (i) Construction Of a Circle,

   (e) Square,

   (f) Triangle,

   (g) Rectangle,

     (i) Perimeter of a Rectangle,  

     (ii) Diagonal Of a Rectangle,

(2) Angle,

   (a) Construction of an Angle with Protractor,

(3) Polygons,

(4) Circle,

   (a) Construction of a Circle,

(5) Solids,

(6) Symmetry,

   (a) Line Of Symmetry,

xiii) GRAPHS 


(1) Time Table 16 to 20,


1) 4th Grade Math Worksheets,

2) Homework, etc.