Fourth grade screener all on one page

Fourth grade screener all on one page


When completing the screener, and asked to enter a number, make sure you only enter numbers, do not add CM or $ or % or any other variable.

When entering fractions, one half is entered as this: 1/2

A mixed number like one and one third is entered as this: 1 1/3 (with a space between the whole number and the fraction)

Decimals always are entered with the leading 0, for example two tenths is entered as 0.2

The result of the screener is shown on your screen immediately after submitting the information and you will also get an email with a link to the same results.

Name of person screened
Multiplication tables are easy for me

When I do calculations I use tally marks

When I do calculations I use my fingers to count

I am good at doing long division

Fractions are difficult for me

What number goes at the question mark?

Which decimal do you see?

What do you need to add to get one whole?

Ten more than = 72

Ten rowes of 15 tiles is    tiles

There is a mistake in the pattern, which number does not fit?

What number is hidden under counter B?

Add up the numbers under D and E


What's the missing number?



1000 - 997 =

180 ÷ 10 =

245 ÷ 10 =

800 ÷ 80 =

453 ÷ 6=

What is one fourth of 28?

Two thirds + = one whole

Four halves = wholes

5½ + 3¼ =

5½ - 3¼ =

4 x 2¼ =

½ ÷ 2 =

What goes on the Question mark?

3/8 ? 1/4

What goes on the Question mark?

5/12 ? 3/5

What goes on the Question mark?

3/2 ? 1 1/2

What is the difference between two ticks that are neighbors?

What number is at the ?

Four can make a ....

Amy cuts a 1/2 foot long strip of paper into pieces of 1 1/2 inch long. How many pieces can she make?

How many dots will the next shape have?

What time is it on the clock?

How many cubes are used to build this?

Estimate how many shapes you see

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