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4th Grade Math: Splash Math Worksheets Game for Kids [HD Full]

By StudyPad, Inc.

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Splash Math is a fun and innovative way to practice math. With 12 chapters covering over 140+ math worksheets and an endless supply of problems, it is by far the most comprehensive math workbook in the app store. In-app purchase required for full access.

+ WINNER of Gold Stevie Award (2013) in Education & Reference, by International Business Awards
+ WINNER of Tabby Award (2012), for "Best Educational App"
+ WINNER of "Best Elementary Student App" (2011), by
+ Featured in Apple's "Staff Favorite", New and Noteworthy

*** REVIEWS ***
"Of the educational apps that I have reviewed, it is a more expensive application, however, the capabilities and skills that your child(ren) will master will be well worth your money!!" -

"This is most definitely a well thought out, well designed, educational and entertaining Math app." - The iPhone Mom

+ Interactive Content - Children drag and drop shapes, pop bubbles, rotate clock hands and more to solve problems. The user interface is simple and clear with lots of pictures so that problem solving is fun.
+ Assign Homework - Splash Math allows parents to assign specific worksheets to their kid and track their performance in those worksheets.
+ Personalized Learning - Each topic starts with easy questions and based on the child's progress the difficulty level of the problems is increased.
+ Weekly Email Reports - You can track your child's progress reports by our awesome weekly email reporting feature. Parents love it.
+ Scratch Pad for Rough Work - Child can use a scratch pad for all his rough work.
+ Set reminders for Practice - Helps you practice math regularly

StudyPad has the best math apps aligned to common core standards with virtually infinite number of questions. This app covers following topics:

Free chapters, limited to 20 questions per day:
1. Place Value - Numbers to a million
2. Number Sense - Compare numbers; Order numbers; Round numbers
3. Algebra - Factors; Prime and composite; Multiples; Number patterns; Number expressions; Algebraic expressions; Mixed expressions
4. Multiplication I - Commutative, Associative, Distributive, Identity Property; Multiply by 10, 11, 12; Multiply two digit by one digit; Multiply three digit by one digit; Multiply four digit by one digit numbers
5. Multiplication II - Multiples of 10, 100, 1000; Multiply two digit by two digit numbers
6. Division - Introduction; Divide two digit by one digit, three digit by one digit, four digit by one digit; Divide multiples of 10, 100; Remainders;
7. Fraction - Equivalent fractions; Mixed numbers; Compare like fractions; Tenths, Hundredths; Add and Subtract fractions; Add mixed numbers; Multiply fractions by a whole
8. Decimal - Place value; Represent decimals; Decimals and fractions, tenths, hundredths, mixed numbers; Compare and order decimals less than 1, greater than 1
9. Measurement - Abbreviations metric, customary units; Relate units; Units of length, capacity and weight; Create angles; Add and subtract angles
10. Geometry - Two dimensional figures - shapes, angles, lines; Investigate shapes - angles, parallel sides; Triangles; Quadrilaterals; Line of symmetry
11. Addition - Add numbers to hundred thousand, 1 million
12. Subtraction - Subtract numbers to hundred thousand, 1 million

+ More than 100 educational institutions in US
+ Parents for daily homework, practice
+ Teachers in the classroom
+ Homeschoolers
+ Parents for previous grade review


+ 1st Grade Math App
+ 2nd Grade Math App
+ 3rd Grade Math App

* Apps available for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch
* FREE Lite version of all apps available

*** CONTACT ***
+ Facebook:
+ Twitter: @SplashMath

What's New in Version 4.7.3

Works great with iOS8!

Do you like Splash Math? If so, please leave a review of Splash Math on the App Store. It really helps us.


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Customer Reviews

Great review tool/ extra practice

This is a great review and/or extra practice tool. It is divided up into sections such as addition, subtraction, multiply, divide, etc. In each section it is further broken down into smaller categories each labeled as basic or advanced. Such as "Addition 1-50 basic". This makes it very easy to go directly to what your child needs to practice unlike some math apps where you have to do other problems to get to the area you want. Each smaller section usually has about 20 problems to do. They earn games to play by working the math. There is also a parent section that shows you where your child falls grade wise based on the problems they have worked. It also shows things like how many they have done and the amount correct out of that total and some other stuff. Please note this app does not teach the concepts. It is for review or extra practice of a concept already learned.

Great for Homeschooling Activities

The record sent to parents is a little different than when I first purchased Splash Math, but it still gives great feedback. I truly appreciate this program; my son detests math and is a bit behind. We’re 5th grade everything, but 4th grade math and this program seems to be building his confidence. Thank you and please keep making improvements!

Great Math Program for tutoring

Splash Math 4 has been a great tool for reviewing skills that have been taught at a slower pace. It moves a little quickly through each set, but it helps to show accomplishment of the skill that has been taught. It also builds skills sequentially which helps a child understand the “whys” for how a math skill develops.