**Math Concepts That Should be Mastered Before Entering 5th Grade:**

Subtracting numbers with regrouping (borrowing)

Comparing and ordering fractions

Dividing up to a four digit number with one digit

Multiplying up to a three digit number by two digits

Adding and subtracting decimals

**Math Games**

** AAA Math - 4th grade** This page will take you to concepts to review for 4th grade math. Customize it to meet you needs by clicking on the grade level links below AAA Math to make skills easier or more difficult.

** The Amberweb Tables Tester** This site offers multiplication practice at three levels of difficulty.

** Are you a Math Magician?** Timed practice on two levels on addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

**Basetball Interactive** This site will allow students to practice basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

** BBC-Skillswise Times Tables**This game is for those who like some sound with their math!

**Click on Bricks -Multiplication Facts 1 to 4** Here is a site to strengthen and build mutiplication skills.

**Fresh Baked Fractions** This is the place to work on equivalent fractions.

**Help With Fractions** This site is a basic tutorial about fractions.

**Hungry for Math** Links on this page allow students to work on understanding fractions.

**Internet4Classrooms-Interactive Math Skill Builders for Grade 4** On this page there are many links to interactive games for 4th grade math.

**Math Cats Explore Mulitplication** This site offers both interactive and other activities to practice multiplication and division.

** Multiplication Mystery**Try out filling in this multiplication grid!

** National Library of Virtual Manipulatives** Click on the link for grades 3-5 to find appropriate skills to practice.

**Power Football** Check out this web page if you want to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division at four different levels.

**Soccer Shootout** This site allows you to work with fractions at three levels and with whole numbers doing addition, subtraction and mulitplication.

** Who Wants Pizza? A Fun Way to Learn About Fractions** This is the site that explains how to work with fractions and provides practice on doing so.