Zeros in the dividend (no remainders)

Practice solving division problems with 0s in the dividend (for example, 204÷4).

Zeros in the quotient (no remainders)

Practice solving division problems with 0s in the solution, or quotient.

Angle types

Determine if an angle is acute, right, or obtuse. A protractor is provided.

Angles in circles

Practice measuring angles using a circle protractor, solve problems about angles as part of a circle.

Area of squares and rectangles

Find the area of rectangles and squares when given side lengths. Find the side length of a square when given the area.

Identify lines of symmetry

Practice identifying lines of symmetry on shapes.

Divide by 1digit numbers (no remainders)

Practice dividing 2, 3, and 4digit numbers by a 1digit number.

Draw angles

Use a protractor to construct angles.

Equivalent fractions 1 (denominators 10 & 100)

Practice writing equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100. These problems give you pictures to help you find the answer.

Multiply without regrouping

Multiply 2 or 3digit numbers by 1digit numbers. No regrouping or carrying.

Multiplying 4 digits by 1 digit with visual models

Use an area model to decompose the larger factor and multiply.

Area & perimeter of rectangles word problems

Find the missing side length of a rectangle when given its perimeter or area. Compare perimeters and areas of rectangles.

Benchmark angles

Estimate the size of angles when given a picture or a situation.

Divide using place value

Decompose 3 and 4digit dividends to divide them by a 1digit divisor.

Intro to dividing with remainders

Practice finding remainders in small division problems, like 24÷5.

Draw lines of symmetry and symmetrical figures

Practice drawing lines of symmetry and creating symmetrical figures.

Equivalent fractions 2 (denominators 10 & 100)

Practice writing equivalent fractions with denominators of 10 and 100.

Multiply with regrouping

Multiply 3 or 4digit numbers by 1digit numbers. Regrouping (carrying) needed.

Speed and velocity questions

Speed and velocity questions

Multiply 2digits numbers with area models

Use an area model to decompose factors and multiply.
