New free Year 4 Worksheets

New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsNew free Year 4 Worksheets – Two new Year 4 (ages 8-9) worksheets have been uploaded

They both deal with Number and Place Value – specifically converting numbers between text and digits.

This helps secure numbers, decimals, and fractions.

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New free Year 4 Worksheets – Sample Questions

New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsWrite the number 8,300 in words

New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsWrite the number twenty nine thousand and one, in digits

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New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja Maths

Summary of Year 4 Maths Content

The UK Year 4 curriculum covers these topics:

New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsNumber and place value
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsAddition and subtraction
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsMultiplication and division
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsFractions (including decimals)
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsMeasurement
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsGeometry – properties of shapes
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsGeometry – position and direction
New free Year 4 Worksheets Ninja MathsStatistics

The UK KS2 National Curriculum

Ninja Maths follows the UK National Curriculum – click here for more detail (UK Gov website)

The Ninja Maths ethos is Practice, Repeat & Refine…

Practice

It is very important for a child to practice maths ideally every day. Even during a holiday a ninja will exercise to keep their muscles and movements fast and nimble.

Repeat

A child should solve maths problems over and over again until it becomes second nature. For example example fractions: multiply, divide, add and subtract until it becomes easy.

A ninja does not learn a kick then hope to remember it for future use. Once learnt, a ninja will repeat that kick over and over again until it becomes second nature.

Refine

A child should aim to improve their maths & moves each time they repeat a type of question. For example, refining how they articulate their working out to get all the marks.

A ninja does not tolerate a sloppy kick. Once learnt, a ninja will seek to refine even the smallest of details.

International Equivalence


English Year 4 for school ages 8-9 equates to:

USA Grade 3
Australia Year 3
Republic of Ireland Third Class
South Korea Grade 3
India Grade 3
Japan Grade 3
China Grade 3
Germany Grade 3
New Zealand Year 4
Wales Year 4
Netherlands Group 5
Scotland P5

English Year 5 for school ages 9-10 equates to:

USA Grade 4
Australia Year 4
Republic of Ireland Fourth Class
South Korea Grade 4
India Grade 4
Japan Grade 4
China Grade 4
Germany Grade 4
New Zealand Year 5
Wales Year 5
Netherlands Group 6
Scotland P6

English Year 6 for school ages 10-11 equates to:

USA Grade 5
Australia Year 5
Republic of Ireland Fifth Class
South Korea Grade 5
India Grade 5
Japan Grade 5
China Grade 5
Germany Grade 5
New Zealand Year 6
Wales Year 6
Netherlands Group 7
Scotland P7

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