CBSE Worksheets for Class 4 Maths

CBSE Worksheets for Class 4 contains all the important questions on English, Biology, Maths, Hindi, Science, EVS, Sanskrit, Social Science, General Knowledge, Computers, French, and Environmental Studies as per CBSE syllabus. These Worksheets help students to practice, improve knowledge as they are an effective tool in understanding the subject in totality. Worksheets help students in learning in depth concepts while out of the class.

Total Papers : 54

Total Papers : 54

Maths Topics to be covered for Class 4

Term I

  • Revision: Number sense and word problems
  • Revision: Geometry
  • Unit 1 Building with Bricks: Floor patterns, different patterns, solving problem based on brick cost, numbers etc.
  • Unit 10 Play with Patterns: Block patterns and designs, pattern with letters and numbers, completion of pattern of series, magic patterns, magic triangle, building of number patterns, patterns with addition of different numbers, decoding of different numbers and letters, floor patterns
  • Unit 2 Long and Short: Distance between two points, concept of long and short, guessing the distance, comparison of length, unit of measuring length- cm, m, km
  • Unit 3 A Trip to Bhopal: The buses, estimation of buses, beginning of the journey (estimation of time), to Bhimbetka(estimation of length, distance),lunch time estimation of time, boating problems of cost and time
  • Unit 4 Tick-Tick-Tick: Understanding the clock and time reading, different hands of clock, making a clock and reading time, relation between different hands of clock second, minute and hour hand, drawing a timeline to show different events, conversion of seconds into minutes and hours into vice versa, reading, writing up dates-format comparison of time, manufacturing, expiry dates of products, time format (12 hour, 24 hour clock, Railway clock)
  • Unit 6 The Junk Seller: Calculation of cost and value of things by multiplication, concept of loan, finding cost by verbal or mental calculation, different ways of multiplication, counting of currency coins and notes

Term II

  • Revisit – Number sense and word problems
  • Revisit – Measurement
  • Unit 5 The Way The World Looks: View of different objects from different directions, spacial understanding of direction and space, mapping your way, formation of dice by paper folding
  • Unit 7 Jugs and Mugs: Measurement of liquids in l, ml, kl etc., conversion of ml into litre and vice versa, estimation of quantity according to size of different liquids used at home
  • Unit 8 Carts and Wheels: Circular shapes around us- wheel and bangles etc, drawing circle with different circular shapes, radius and diameter of circle, comparison of sizes of circles on the basis of radius, drawing circle using compass, center of the circle
  • Unit 9 Halves and Quarters: Half and quarter parts(whole to part),dividing different shapes into halves and quarters, simple word and money problems on fractions, completion of whole part with given fraction (part of whole) 1/2, 1/4, 3/4parts of metre, litre and kilogram and 1 Rupee
  • Unit 11 Tables and Shares: Tables, formation of tables, making table of higher number adding tables of 2 numbers, how many cats finding the number of legs, Gangu’s sweets: Finding number of boxes, cost etc. with division and multiplication
  • Unit 12 How Heavy? How Light?: Compare weight of different things, unit of measurement of weight, weighing Balance, weight of elephant-comparative understanding, broken stones, post office-postage stamps, sending parcel according to weight
  • Unit 13 Field and Fences: Concept of perimeter, how to find perimeter of given figure, simple word problems of perimeter, puzzles and squares
  • Unit 14 Smart Charts: Concept of data handling, making frequency tables for time used in different activities, favourite food: Filling the tables
  • Unit 6 The Junk Seller: This chapter of SA-1 will be repeated and evaluated in SA-2 as per departmental Guidelines

For Preparation of board exams students can also check out other resource material

CBSE Class 4 Maths Question Papers

Important Questions for Class 4 Maths Chapter Wise

Maths Revision Notes for class 4

Previous Year Question Paper CBSE Class 4 Maths

Why do one Children need Worksheets for Practice ?

It is very old saying that one can build a large building if the foundation is strong and sturdy. This holds true for studies also. Worksheets are essential and help students in the in-depth understanding of fundamental concepts. Practicing solving a lot of worksheets, solving numerous types of questions on each topic holds the key for success. Once basic concepts and fundamentals have been learnt, the next thing is to learn their applications by practicing problems. Practicing the problems helps us immensely to gauge how well we have understood the concepts.

There are times when students just run through any particular topic with casual awareness there by missing out on a few imperative “between the lines” concepts. Such things are the major causes of weak fundamental understandings of students. So in such cases Worksheets act as a boon and critical helpful tool which gauges the in-depth understanding of children highlighting doubts and misconceptions, if any.

Worksheets classifies the important aspects of any topic or chapter taught in the class in a very easy manner and increases the awareness amongst students.When students try to solve a worksheet they get to understand what are the key important factors which needs the main focus.Sometimes it happens that due to shortage of time all the major points of any particular topic gets skipped in the class or teacher rushes through , due to shortage of time. A worksheet thus provides a framework for the entire chapter and can help covering those important aspects which were rushed in the class and ensure that students record and understand all key items.

In a class of its say 40 students howsoever teacher tries to be active and work towards making each student understand whatever she has to teach in the class but there are always some students who tend to be in their own world and they wander in their thoughts.Worksheets which are provided timely to all the students, causes them to focus on the material at hand. it’s simply the difference between passive and active learning. Worksheets of this type can be used to introduce new material, particularly material with many new definitions and terms.

Worksheets help students be focussed and attentive in the class because they know after the class is over they will be assigned a worksheet which they need to solve so if they miss or skip any point in the class they may not be able to solve the worksheet completely and thereby lose reputation in the class.

Often students revise the chapter at home reading their respective textbooks. Thus more often than not they do miss many important points. Worksheets thus can be used intentionally to help guide student’s to consult textbooks. Having students write out responses encourages their engagement with the textbooks, the questions chosen indicate areas on which to focus. Explicitly discussing the worksheets and why particular questions are asked helps students reflect on what is important.

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