Printable 4th Grade Math Posters
We had a ton of our writers put these together. You should find them very helpful. Each poster is aligned to a standard. We listed them in order according to the Common Core. As you scroll down the page, the topics advance at good pace. You will be able to print just over one-hundred and twenty-five posters for grade 4 from this page. We recommend that you turn the print quality to "High" to insure a long lasting, high-quality poster for your classroom.
Operations and Pre-AlgebraThe Properties of Multiplication- 4.OA.1
- Associative, Commutative, and Distributive - The commonly use multiplication properties.
- Horizontal Chart- Visual equations that display it all for you.
The Distributive Property of Multiplication- 4.OA.1
- Distributive Cloud- The property put in action. We show you an example worked out.
- A (B+C) = AB + AC- Block chain put in a full button form.
Multiply or Divide Word Problems- 4.OA.2
- Want More or Split Up?- Gives students a process to work with.
- A Piece of the Pie- To get a piece of the whole pie or to give others a slice: DIVIDE. To make more of something like cookies: MULTIPLY.
Multiplication Word Problems - 4.OA.2
- Using the CUBES Acronym- CUBES is used to help you solve product based word problems.
- Word Problem Steps- Identify the numbers and the operation needed. Evaluate the information. Show your work and solve.
Multi-Step Word Problems - 4.OA.3
- Snakey Chart- Make note of the numbered objects. Pay close attention to the operation needed to solve the problem.
Simple Algebra Word Problems - 4.OA.A.3
- Step Chart- Great to form a process in your head and get a rhythm going for you.
- Popcorn Chart- A different way of looking at it. The path to take.
Mixed Basic Operations Word Problems - 4.OA.A.3
- Symbols of Operations- Read the Problem. Choose the Operation.
- Circle of Needs- Choose the operation that best meets the needs of the word problem.
Factor Pairs to 100 - 4.OA.4
- Tack Number Forms- A list of all the primes and composites to 100.
- Prime and Composite- A larger chart to read to help you get a different angle.
Triple Digits Divided By Single Digits - 4.OA.B.4
- Laddered Division- A walk through the steps. A single digit divided into a triple digit.
- Dreaming of Operations- A thought process in an image to bring it to life.
Math Rules and Patterns- 4.OA.5
- Types of Patterns- Repeating Patterns . Growing Patterns . Shrinking Patterns . Remember the rules!
- Shrinking, Growing, Repeating- What RULE does the PATTERN follow?
Counting Patterns - 4.OA.C.5
- What Comes Next?- What comes next - what is the pattern?
- Think Addition or Subtraction- What is the pattern -- add to the first number or subtract to get the next number?
Numbers and Base TenThe Tens, Hundred, and Thousands Place- 4.NBT.1
- Look At Place Values- The value 1,234 is all placed out for you.
- How Many Tens?- 1000 = How many tens? 100 tens! A quick reminder for students.
Comparing Multi-Digit Numbers - 4.NBT.2
- Names to Places - Number names and expanded form in one.
- Expand the Name- How to compare multi-digit numbers.
Identifying Place Values Within Numbers - 4.NBT.2
- Numbered Places A placed out data chart.
- Multiply Values - Identifying Place Values with Decimals.
Identifying Whole Number Place Values - 4.NBT.2
- Value of My Place? - What is the Value of My Place?
- Whole Numbers - Identifying Whole Number Place Values (Up To Hundred Thousand.
Place Value Rearrangement - 4.NBT.2
- Smallest to Largest- The same number can be rearranged to show the smallest and largest place values.
- Extreme Values- Rearrange the numbers in the following to smallest and then largest.
Rounding Numbers By Place Value- 4.NBT.3
- The Closest Value- Round to the nearest Hundreds.
- About How Much?- About how much does this house cost if the price is $457,934 (to the nearest TEN THOUSAND)?
Rounding Integers Based on Place Value - 4.NBT.3
- Where Do I Belong?- I am a missing digit!
- Nearest Hundred - The first shows there are 9 ones The second shows there are 8 tens. What Number is missing from row 3?
Rounding Large Numbers - 4.NBT.A3
- How To Round Big Numbers - Find the place value you are asked to round to.
- Real World Rounding - When Do You Round Numbers In The Real World?
Add and Subtract Multi-Digit Whole Numbers- 4.NBT.4
- Apple Holes - Apple tree math. File in the value of the missing integers in the sum.
- Prime Example - Two different orientations of the same problem. To show how they can be placed.
Four Digit Subtraction - 4.NBT.B.4
- RIGHT to LEFT - Subtract from RIGHT to LEFT. Focus on the place value and carrying values over.
- Double Examples - Same form, different setup. There 2 examples worked through for you.
Five Digit Subtraction - 4.NBT.B.4
- Start Here - Where to get these problems going. There is no borrowing needed on this problem.
- Book It - The big problem on books. It follows the same form as the last problem.
Estimate Differences - 4.NBT.B.4
- 5 Up, 4 Down - Reminds you how to estimate with round up and round down strategies.
- Punky - The rules spelled out to you in full punk rock mode.
Visual Estimation - 4.NBT.B.4
- Eyes On Me! - Estimation gives us an idea of what our answer should be near.
- Look, Estimate, Solve - The process students should be following.
Multiplication 2 Digit (In Grid) - 4.NBT.B.5
- Block Products - The blocks make it obvious. What is the missing value inside that product problem?
- Empty Place Holders - Gearing us up for algebra by finding the missing part.
Multiplication 3 by 2 Digit (In Grid) - 4.NBT.B.5
- Underlines- Fill in the missing number for this two by three-digit multiplication exercise.
- Extended Grids - Solve that puzzle by stepping through all the parts of this solution.
Multiplication 3 by 3 Digit (In Grid) - 4.NBT.B.5
- Huge Grids- The place holders are highlighted. There are several missing steps here.
- Lightning Grids- Lots of Os in there are for you to work through.
Multi-Number Multiplication - 4.NBT.B.5
- Think It Through- This diagrams the moves you need to make.
- Follow The Lines- This explains that diagram.
Lattice Method of Multiplication - 4.NBT.B.5
- Zigs to Zags- A visual of the pattern you would need to follow.
- Tens, Ones Moves- Slide from one place value to another.
Beginning Long Division- 4.NBT.6
- Step Through It - This displays how to arrange your long division problems.
- Picture It - It's kind of like bowling or curling.
Numbers and FractionsMaking Equivalent Fractions- 4.NF.1
- Fractions are Your Friends - A friendly reminder.
- Move It Around - You will need to have color or grayscale set to on for this one.
Comparing Mixed Fractions - 4.NF.2
- What Are The Symbols? - Comparing Like Fractions
- Visual Walk Through - Visual diagram of the values.
Sums and Differences of Like Fractions- 4.NF.3
- Numerators First - The focus is on numerators.
- Subtract the Numerators - Differences of Like Fractions
Add / Subtract Mixed Numbers With Like Denominators- 4.NF.3
- Steps To FollowThis splits into 2.
- Balloons To PopRemember to: SUBTRACT Numerators, Then Subtract WHOLE NUMBERS, AND Simplify the ANSWER.
Sum and Difference Fraction Word Problems - 4.NF.3
- Sunny StepsRead the Problem , Write the Equation, Solve, Simplify
- Don't BugOut- Take care with Word Problems.
Fraction Addition (Like Denominators) - 4.NF.B.3a
- Just Add... - Just add the numerators if the denominators are the same.
- Doggy Example- Dreaming of fractions.
Fraction Subtraction (Like Denominators) - 4.NF.B.3a
- Birdy Idea - Subtract Numerators with Like Denominators
- Remember To... - SUBTRACT numerators with like denominators!
Fractions to Mixed Numbers - 4.NF.B.3b
- You Got It! - Divide the numerator by the denominator.
- Mushroom to Dinosaur - So, to get a mixed number, I just DIVIDE the Numerator by the Denominator. Sounds easy enough...
Fractions and Whole Numbers in Words and Visuals- 4.NF.4
- Rulers Rule! - How big is the arrow?
- Fraction Bricks - Count the bricks.
Fractions and Whole Number Multiplication- 4.NF.4
- Breakdown - A problem that is worked out.
- Make Wholes - Make whole number a fraction: 7 = 7/1
Products of Fractions and Whole Numbers in Word Problems- 4.NF.4
- How Much Did I Eat? - MOM, If I eat 1/3 of 4 flowers, how much did I eat?
- Tornado Take Out - If this tornado takes out 3/4 of the town’s trees, and the town has 25 trees, how many trees were destroyed?
Denominators of Tenths and Hundredths- 4.NF.5
- Cross Multiply - Cross your sides.
- Bounce Around - Slip and slide.
Decimal Notation for Fractions - 4.NF.6
- 14 Tenths and Hundredths - A quick conversion for you.
- Lead Compares - What a Star!
Compare Two Decimals (hundredths)- 4.NF.7
- Symbol It - Use >, <, or = Compare each place (before and after the decimal).
- Use of Symbols - What a symbol for you.
Identifying Place Values with Decimals- 4.NF.7
- Underlined Place Value - What is the Place Value of the Underlined?
- Answer: Hundreds - What Place Value do I hold?
Measurement and DataRelative Sizes of Measurement Units- 4.MD.1
- Basic Units of Measure - Make sure you understand the measure that relates to each unit.
- Most Common Measures - Multiply to Convert.
Estimating Weight - 4.MD.A.1
- Paper or People - Grams < Kilograms
- Pounds to Kilograms We look at the tools that measure mass.
Introduction to the Metric System - 4.MD.A.1
- Metric Thoughts - Which units apply?
- Bright Ideas - Quick thought filled units.
Measurement Distance, Time, Liquid Volume Word Problems- 4.MD.2
- Read, Write, Solve - Read the Problem. Write the Equation Solve.
- Plus Check It - Measure Distance, Time, Liquid Volume, Salary in Word Problem.
Intermediate Money Word Problems - 4.MD.A.2
- Make It Money - READ the Problem, Write an Equation, Solve, $00.00, Check your Work
- Got Money? - How to put it together in one.
Simple Money Word Problems - 4.MD.A.2
- Solve Your Money Problems - This is how to solve a SIMPLE MONEY WORD PROBLEM!!
- Basic Steps - READ the problem carefully, WRITE an equation, SOLVE, CHECK work.
Operations With Units of Measure Worksheets - 4.MD.A.2
- PAY ATTENTION - Look at what operation is required.
- Careful With Units = The process to keep in mind.
Area and Perimeter Word Problems- 4.MD.3
- Common Equations - The three most common forms of equations.
- What's It Asking? - What is the question asking for?
Area and Perimeter of Triangles, Parallelograms and Trapezoids - 4.MD.A.3
- The Big Equations - Which equation fits it all.
- Example Points- Perimeter = AB + BC + CA. Area = 1/2 x base x height
Measurements in Fractions of a Unit - 4.MD.4
- Top Caterpillar? - How Much Longer Is The Top Caterpillar?
- Jack's Jump - How Much Further Did Jack Jump?
Recognize Angles as Geometric Shapes- 4.MD.5
- The Right Angle - A RIGHT ANGLE looks like the corner of a SQUARE - it is 90 degrees.
- Shapes Have Angles - To find other angles: MULTIPLY by 90 degrees.
Segments, Rays, Lines - 4.MD.5
- Defined - Line - A set of points that continues. Point - a place on the line. Segment - a section between two points; on a line that is specific.
- Another View Point - Ray - represented by an arrow, this is a section between points on a line that continues.
Measure Angles with a Protractor- 4.MD.6
- Line It Up! - Measure ANGLES with a PROTRACTOR.
- Correct Point - HOW TO USE A PROTRACTOR TO MEASURE ANGLES.
Adding Angles of Measure- 4.MD.7
- Simple Algebra? - To find the answer add or subtract to find the angle.
- Missing Angles - To find the answer add or subtract to find the angle.
GeometryIdentify and Classify Angles- 4.G.1
- Angle Labels - Quick angle classification guide for you.
- Picture Them - This is complete with images.
Classifying Two-dimensional Figures- 4.G.2
- Most Common Figures - 4 SIDES - RECTANGLE , 5 SIDES - PENTAGON , 6 SIDES - HEXAGON , 8 SIDES - OCTOGON
- Put It Together - EACH ANGLE OF THE: ACCUTE TRIANGLE > 90°, OBTUSE TRIANGLE < 90°, RIGHT TRIANGLE = 90°
Lines of Symmetry in Two-dimensional Figures- 4.G.3
- Mirrors of Pictures - SYMMETRY - Having two sides EXACTLY the same; a mirror image.
- How To Fold It! - ASYMMETRY - Because it is NOT a mirror image when folded on the dotted line.
Symmetry of Objects - 4.G.3
- Reflect It - Finish this picture so it is SYMMETRICAL.
- None and One - None of these lines are SYMMETRICAL.
- Red Is Good? - Remember: If it can be folded in half and still be the same, it is SYMMETRICAL.
Halfway - 4.G.A.3
- What Is Half? - This Butterfly is divided in half with the RED LINE.
- Drill Seargant - A Lesson in Halfway Using Numbers.