Year 4 Maths homework

  1. 18 children are going camping. Tents sleep 3 people. How many tents will the children need to take?
  2. 25 children are waiting to have a turn on the Flume ride at Alton Towers. Each carriage holds 5 people. How many carriages will the children fill?
  3. Steven starts reading a new book. The book has 90 pages and he reads 10 pages each night. How many nights does it take him to finish the book?
  4. How many 7cm pieces of ribbon can you cut from a ribbon that is 35cm long
  5. There are 32 monkeys in a zoo. Each cage can house 4 monkeys. How many monkey cages does the zoo need?
  6. After a football training session there are 24 footballs to tidy away. Each bag holds 8 balls. How many bags will the footballers need?
  7. Father Christmas tells his elves to pack up the Christmas presents into sacks of 8. They have 56 presents to pack. How many sacks will they need?
  8. There are 120 parents coming to watch the school play. 1 bench can seat 10 adults. How many benches will be needed?
  9. Cinema tickets to see Harry Potter cost £4 each. How many friends can you afford to take with you if you have £20? Remember that you need to buy yourself a ticket too!
  10. Sarah is saving up to buy a computer game. The game costs £30. Sarah gets £2 pocket money each week. How many weeks will it be until she can afford to buy the game?
  11. A class of 20 children and 4 adults are going on a school trip and need to book a bus. The bus seats people in rows of 4. How many rows of seats will the bus need to have?
  12. There are 28 children in a class. Tables seat 6 children. How many tables are needed? Will they all be full?

28 thoughts on “Year 4 Maths homework

  1. HOMEWORK:
    1)18 divide by 3 = 6
    2)25 divide by 5 = 5
    3)90 divide by 10 = 9
    4)35 divide by 7 = 5
    5)32 divide by 4 = 8
    6)24 divide by 8 = 3
    7)56 divide by 8 = 7
    8)120 divide by 1 = 120
    9)20 divide by 4 = 5
    10)30 divide by 2 = 15
    11)20 divide by 4 = 5
    12)28 divide by 6 = 4.66666666667
    Last question had support by sisters .

    by shaakira

  2. 1) 18 divided by 3 = 6
    2) 25 divided by 5 = 5
    3) 90 divided by 10 = 9
    4) 35 divided by 7 = 5
    5) 32 divided by 4 = 8
    6) 24 divided by 8 = 3
    7) 56 divided by 8 = 7
    8) 120 divided by 10 = 12
    9) 20 divided by 4 = 5
    10) 30 divided by 2 = 15
    11) 24 divided by 4 = 6
    12) 28 divided by 6 can’t work you will need 5 tables 2 seats will be empty.

    I have done it in my homework book as well

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