# Year 4 Maths Assessment

In this assessment, students will review their comprehension of topics covered at the end of year 3 to guide their activities and progress in year 4. May take approximately 45 minutes to complete.

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:   Assessment

Curriculum subtopic:   Starter Assessment

Difficulty level:

### QUESTION 1 of 10

In this assessment, you'll review your understanding of topics covered in year 3 to help guide your assigned activities in year 4.

It may take approximately 45 minutes to complete. This is a timed activity, but don't worry if it takes you longer to complete.

Use numbers to write:

Ninety-seven

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

49

fourty-nine

four fourty

forty-nine

fourty plus nine

This is an "adding frog".

Work out what he is adding and write the right numbers for A and B.

 19 22 A 28 B 34
 values A B

Look at this list of numbers.

34, 40, 430, 440, 4000, 404, 4430, 334, 43

Which number is a multiple of 100?

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 1 2 3 4 198 208 705 873

Match the numbers to their Hundreds, Tens and Units.

## Column B

245
500 + 20 + 4
254
200 + 40 + 5
542
200 + 50 + 4
524
400 + 20 + 5
452
500 + 40 + 2
425
400 + 50 + 2

 14 marbles in this bag 25 marbles in this bag 25 marbles in this bag

How many marbles are there altogether?

Estimate the answer by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred and then adding.

896 + 121

 89 sheets of paper in the printer. 59 are used.

How many sheets are left?

Find 10 different ways of making the sum correct.

130 + ___ + ___ = 500

Match the correct options together for the two numbers that could go into the spaces above.

## Column B

278 +
60
295 +
335
55 +
367
324 +
315
310 +
251
320 +
92
35 +
46
119 +
75
98 +
272
3 +
50

Work out the missing number:

24 × 3 =

Write the first 10 multiples of 9.

 Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Do this division in your head, without using counters or a number line.

 40 ÷ 5 =

There are 18 people going to a party. A taxi can carry 4 people.

How many taxis do they need?

Let's work this out together.

You must fill in the values of the letters below.

Divide 18 by 4.

18 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.

They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.

They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
2
b
2
c
4
d
4
e
5

Choose the correct number fact to match this story.

Eight horses are in a field. How many legs do they have in total?

8 + 4 = 12

8 x 4 = 32

8 + 8 = 16

Use the fraction wall to write down how many quarters there are in two wholes.

What fraction of this shape has been shaded red?

Tick ALL of the possible answers.

Not sure

Four eighths

2/6

1/2

I pay for these items with a 50p coin.

 Two apples cost 48p

Which two coins could I be given as change?

Coins available:

 1p 2p 5p 10p 20p 50p
1p; 5p

1p; 1p

1p

5p

When half full, a bucket holds 4500 ml.

How many litres does it hold when it is completely full?

Just write the number.

How much heavier is the fish?

 Oranges Fish
150 grams

300 grams

Choose all the ways in which this time can be read.

7:33

6:35

7 to 7

25 to 7

Bill is roasting a leg of lamb.

He puts it in the oven at 10:45 a.m. and cooks it for 1 hour and 25 mins.

At what time does he take it out?

11:70 a.m.

1:25 p.m.

12:10 p.m.

This is a picture of a mountain in Switzerland called The Matterhorn.

What shape is it roughly?

Triangle

Pyramid

Cone

What is the name of any closed shape with... ?

Straight sides

Look at these two lines.

Are they parallel, perpendicular or intersecting?

(Select ALL that apply.)

parallel

perpendicular

intersecting

Is this angle larger or smaller than a right angle?

larger than a right angle

smaller than a right angle

The pictogram shows the number of packets of crisps eaten by a class of children in one week.

 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

How many packets of crisps were eaten in the week?

 Kirstie timed how long it took her to cycle to the paper shop every day for a month. The results are in the bar chart.   What is the difference between her longest and shortest times?   __ mins

Terry has a blue, a yellow and a green shirt.

He also has blue, yellow and green pairs of shorts.

He can wear them in different ways.

Here is one way.

Choose the other ways in which a blue shirt can be worn.

blue shorts and blue shirt

blue shorts and yellow shirt

yellow shirt and yellow shorts

blue shirt and green shorts

In a bag of 20 sweets, 2 are red and 18 are white.

How likely is it that I will choose a white sweet?

impossible

unlikely

even chance

likely

certain

• Question 1

Use numbers to write:

Ninety-seven

97
EDDIE SAYS

Ninety-seven is Ninety and seven

97

• Question 2

Choose the correct option to spell the number:

49

forty-nine
EDDIE SAYS
40 and 9 is forty-nine with a hyphen.
• Question 3

This is an "adding frog".

Work out what he is adding and write the right numbers for A and B.

 19 22 A 28 B 34
 values A B
EDDIE SAYS
This is an ADDING 3 frog.
• Question 4

Look at this list of numbers.

34, 40, 430, 440, 4000, 404, 4430, 334, 43

Which number is a multiple of 100?

4000
EDDIE SAYS
4000 is the only number with at least two zeros.
• Question 5

Put the numbers in ascending order.

 1 2 3 4 198 208 705 873
EDDIE SAYS
In this case, look at the hundreds digits.
• Question 6

Match the numbers to their Hundreds, Tens and Units.

## Column B

245
200 + 40 + 5
254
200 + 50 + 4
542
500 + 40 + 2
524
500 + 20 + 4
452
400 + 50 + 2
425
400 + 20 + 5
EDDIE SAYS
Look at the hundreds first, then the tens, then the units.
• Question 7

 14 marbles in this bag 25 marbles in this bag 25 marbles in this bag

How many marbles are there altogether?

64
EDDIE SAYS

14 + 25 + 25 = 64

• Question 8

Estimate the answer by rounding the numbers to the nearest hundred and then adding.

896 + 121

1000
EDDIE SAYS

896 + 121

↓        ↓

900 + 100 = 1000

• Question 9

 89 sheets of paper in the printer. 59 are used.

How many sheets are left?

30
EDDIE SAYS

89 - 59 = 30

• Question 10

Find 10 different ways of making the sum correct.

130 + ___ + ___ = 500

Match the correct options together for the two numbers that could go into the spaces above.

## Column B

278 +
92
295 +
75
55 +
315
324 +
46
310 +
60
320 +
50
35 +
335
119 +
251
98 +
272
3 +
367
EDDIE SAYS
500 - 130 = 370.
We want any two numbers that add to 370.
• Question 11

Work out the missing number:

24 × 3 =

72
EDDIE SAYS
20 × 3 = 60
4 × 3 = 12
60 + 12 = 72
• Question 12

Write the first 10 multiples of 9.

 Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
EDDIE SAYS
This is your 9 times table, starting at 1 × 9 = 9.
• Question 13

Do this division in your head, without using counters or a number line.

 40 ÷ 5 =
8
EDDIE SAYS

40 ÷ 5 = 8

5 x 8 = 40

• Question 14

There are 18 people going to a party. A taxi can carry 4 people.

How many taxis do they need?

Let's work this out together.

You must fill in the values of the letters below.

Divide 18 by 4.

18 ÷ 4 = ___a___ and remainder ___b___.

They need ___c___ taxis with 4 people in each and one taxi with ___d___ people.

They need ___e___ taxis.

## Column B

a
4
b
2
c
4
d
2
e
5
EDDIE SAYS
18 ÷ 4 is 4 remainder 2, which means they have 4 taxis each with 4 people in and the fifth taxi only has 2 people in it. They need 5 taxis altogether.
• Question 15

Choose the correct number fact to match this story.

Eight horses are in a field. How many legs do they have in total?

8 x 4 = 32
EDDIE SAYS
Each horse has 4 legs, so that is 8 times 4 legs in total.
• Question 16

Use the fraction wall to write down how many quarters there are in two wholes.

8
EDDIE SAYS
Each whole has 4 quarters.
• Question 17

What fraction of this shape has been shaded red?

Tick ALL of the possible answers.

Four eighths
1/2
EDDIE SAYS
4 eighths is the same as a half.
• Question 18

I pay for these items with a 50p coin.

 Two apples cost 48p

Which two coins could I be given as change?

Coins available:

 1p 2p 5p 10p 20p 50p
1p; 1p
EDDIE SAYS

50p - 48p = 2p

2p = 1p + 1p

• Question 19

When half full, a bucket holds 4500 ml.

How many litres does it hold when it is completely full?

Just write the number.

9
EDDIE SAYS
A full bucket holds 9000 ml which is 9 litres.
• Question 20

How much heavier is the fish?

 Oranges Fish
150 grams
EDDIE SAYS
650 g - 500 g = 150 g
• Question 21

Choose all the ways in which this time can be read.

6:35
25 to 7
EDDIE SAYS
The green minute hand is on 7, which is 35 minutes past.
The red hour hand is between 6 and 7, so the time is 6:35.
There are 25 minutes to go until it is 7 o'clock.
• Question 22

Bill is roasting a leg of lamb.

He puts it in the oven at 10:45 a.m. and cooks it for 1 hour and 25 mins.

At what time does he take it out?

12:10 p.m.
EDDIE SAYS
From 10:45 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. is 1 hour.
From 11:45 a.m. to 12 noon is another 15 mins.
Another 10 mins is needed, to get to 12:10 p.m. (10 mins past midday).
• Question 23

This is a picture of a mountain in Switzerland called The Matterhorn.

What shape is it roughly?

Pyramid
EDDIE SAYS
It has flat triangular sides meeting at a point on top.
• Question 24

What is the name of any closed shape with... ?

Straight sides

a polygon
polygon
EDDIE SAYS
This is the word for a many-sided 2D shape.
• Question 25

Look at these two lines.

Are they parallel, perpendicular or intersecting?

(Select ALL that apply.)

perpendicular
intersecting
EDDIE SAYS
They are intersecting because they cross each other.
They are also perpendicular because they cross at right angles.
• Question 26

Is this angle larger or smaller than a right angle?

larger than a right angle
EDDIE SAYS
It is more than 90 degrees.
• Question 27

The pictogram shows the number of packets of crisps eaten by a class of children in one week.

 Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri

How many packets of crisps were eaten in the week?

22
EDDIE SAYS
3 + 6 + 2 + 3 + 8 = 22
• Question 28
 Kirstie timed how long it took her to cycle to the paper shop every day for a month. The results are in the bar chart.   What is the difference between her longest and shortest times?   __ mins
5
EDDIE SAYS
13 - 8 = 5
• Question 29

Terry has a blue, a yellow and a green shirt.

He also has blue, yellow and green pairs of shorts.

He can wear them in different ways.

Here is one way.

Choose the other ways in which a blue shirt can be worn.

blue shorts and blue shirt
blue shirt and green shorts
EDDIE SAYS
The blue shirt will also go with the blue or green shorts.
• Question 30

In a bag of 20 sweets, 2 are red and 18 are white.

How likely is it that I will choose a white sweet?

likely
EDDIE SAYS
There are many more white than red sweets; in fact, most are white, so it is likely that a white sweet will be chosen.
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