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If you have mastered the addition and subtraction worksheets, as well as the multiplication and division worksheets in the sections above, these worksheets will put all of your missing operations skills to the test. Some times operations such as addition and multiplication can be confused as these problems both produce results that increase. Similarly subtraction and division are both decreasing operations. The missing operation worksheets here combine all four math operations.

Ready for all four operations?

Even when all four basic fact tables are memorized, it's easy for students to lock into one 'mode' (addition, subtraction, multiplication or division) when confronted with problems where the operation isn't explicit. This can happen easily word problems where we need to use verbal strategies and cues to determine what operation is needed to solve a particular problem.

These missing operation worksheets are perfect for 4th grade, 5th grade or 6th grade students who have mastered their multiplication and division fact tables, but still need to develop an operational number sense.

For more practice, be sure to try these fact family worksheets!