Although the WISC-IV references the Cattell–Horn–Carroll (CHC) theory in the manual, the composite scores of this battery (VCI, PRI, WMI, and PSI) were not defined according to this model. Nevertheless, we recommend examining the subtests scores of the WISC-IV in reference to the nomenclature of the cognitive abilities proposed in the CHC theory, so as to bring additional insight on the observed performance. The objective of the first part of this paper is to provide normative tables for five CHC cognitive abilities of the French WISC-IV: fluid reasoning (Gf), comprehension–knowledge (Gc), visual processing (Gv), short-term-memory (Gsm), and processing speed (Gs); these tables were created using a statistical approximation procedure. The objective of the second part is to test the validity of these tables with data obtained from 250 children. Correlation between the standard indices of the WISC-IV (VCI, PRI, WMI, and PSI) and the CHC composite scores were high, demonstrating the validity of these CHC scores. These tables, for the French version of the WISC-IV, allow using the CHC composite scores as complementary measures, in order to conduct normative and ipsative analyses.