Solve text problems class 4 online 📝
Solve text problems and factual problems grade 4 online
The exercises from the exercise book are presented online on these pages. Here, the maths problems can be solved interactively on the screen. On this overview page, we present the different topics from the exercise book. All text problems from the book can also be read aloud.
From the contents:
- Use arithmetic trees
- Read, interpret, draw diagrams
- Check solvability
- Find text to task and task to text
- Number puzzle, age puzzle
- Text problems on basic arithmetic operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)
- Division with remainder
- Calculating with large numbers
- Quantities with units: Times, weights, lengths, money
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You can also solve all the exercises from the book online here!
Use arithmetic trees 🌳 for text tasks
With arithmetic trees you can quickly represent and solve simple calculations in text tasks and factual tasks. In this section we will learn how to work with arithmetic trees.
Petra buys 7 kg of potatoes at a price of €1.95 per kilogram. How much does she pay?
Draw the correct arithmetic symbol and the solution in the spaces provided!
Reading/drawing/interpreting diagrams 📊.
Drawing and reading diagrams is quite a difficult task for primary school pupils in grade 4. Therefore, we want to practise this topic in detail.
The tasks in our exercise book come from practice and can all be solved in the book or online again.
Sample task: Population figures in the federal states
The diagram shows the number of inhabitants of some of Germany's federal states. A large figure stands for 10 million inhabitants, a small figure for 1 million inhabitants.
Read the number of inhabitants from the picture diagram. Then enter the numbers in the boxes in the book or here online in the boxes below the picture!
The figures are always rounded to full millions!
Check solvability / find text for task
Solvability of a text task
Not all tasks are solvable. Important information for the solution may be missing or the information given is simply wrong. In this chapter we practise reading a task carefully. Then we analyse the task before we start to solve it.
Find task to text or find text to task
We only understand a text task correctly if we can clearly assign the text to a task or can assign a task exactly to a text. In the tasks on this topic, it is only a matter of finding the correct assignment. A detailed calculation is not necessary at all!
Here are some examples, interactive as a checkbox task. Try it out!
Factual tasks / text tasks at ⏰ times
We solve text problems about times as well as factual problems about times, days, months, years and calculations in the calendar. Here are just a few examples, all tasks can be found on the details page!