Category: 4th Grade Math

4th Grade Math Smartboard Games – Multiples, Fractions, Division, Place Value, Decimal Place Value, Balancing Equations, Number Line, Counting Money, Measuring with a Ruler, Adding Fractions – Play these fun, interactive and free Math games on the Smartboard!

  • Grid Method Multiplication – Math

    Learn the grid or box method for multiplication on the Smartboard. The Grid or Box Method is based on the idea of splitting both numbers being multiplied into their tens and ones. Directions: To begin select your difficulty level. Then, follow the steps on the screen to learn the grid method. Set up the grid, […]

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  • Division using the Chunking Method – Math

    Use the Smartboard to learn the division method of chunking. This method of division removes chunks of the divisor from the dividend. The amount of the divisor in each chunk removed is totaled to give the quotient. Directions: To begin, click on explain method for an explanation of the chunking method with an example of […]

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  • Long Division Lesson – Math

    Use the Smartboard along with this interactive lesson to learn the process of long division. Division is splitting something into equal parts or groups. Directions: To begin, view Example A and Example B to see the process of long division in action. Next, click start game and choose your level of difficulty. To play follow […]

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  • Adding Fractions Game – Math

    Use this interactive game on adding fractions on the Smartboard or for individual student reinforcement. Practice adding fractions with like and unlike denominators and simplifying. When adding fractions a common denominator is needed. A denominator is the bottom number in a fraction. If the denominators are the same, simply add the numerators, or the top […]

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  • Measuring with a Ruler Activity – Math

    Use the Smartboard to model how to properly use a ruler. Practice measuring in both inches and centimeters to whole numbers, halves, tenths, quarters, eighths and sixteenths. Directions: Select to measure in centimeters or inches and to which increments. Use the ruler to measure the length of the black line that will appear above it. […]

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