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4
Curriculum
Overview

Operations
and
Algebraic
Thinking

Solve
equations
using
the
four
operations
with
a
letter
representing
the
unknown
quantity.

Find
factors
for
given
numbers
(e.g.
Circle
all
the
factors
of
12).

Determine
multiples
(e.g.
Is
20
a
multiple
of
4?).

Determine
whether
a
number
is
a
prime
number
or
a
composite
number.

Determine
the
order
of
operations
in
a
word
problem.

Determine
which
of
the
four
operations
to
use
in
a
number
problem.

Extend
numbers
patterns
and
state
the
rule.

Multiply
two-digit
numbers
by
one-digit
numbers
using
the
distributive
property.

Numbers
and
Operations
in
Base
Ten

Compare
place
value.

Rewrite
numbers
using
expanded
form.

Compare
the
place
value
of
multi-digit
whole
numbers
using
symbols
for
greater
than,
less
than
or
equal
to.

Round
multi-digit
whole
numbers
to
any
place.

Use
rectangular
array
to
find
the
missing
multiplicand
and
the
multiplier.

Multiply
up
to
a
five-digit
number
by
up
to
a
two-digit
number.

Multiply
by
1
and
0
and
divide
by
1.

Solve
multiplication
problems
using
models
(e.g.
4
x
3
=
3
sets
of
4).

Multiply
two-digit
numbers
by
a
one-digit
number
using
the
distributive
property.

Divide
up
to
a
three-digit
number
by
up
to
a
two-digit
number.

Add
and
subtract
with
five-digit
numbers
both
horizontally
and
vertically.

Find
a
reasonable
solution.

Convert
written
multiples
of
10
to
numerals
(e.g.
10
thousands
=
10,000.

Use
expanded
notation
(e.g.
5815
=
5000
+
800
+
10
+
5).

Complete
fact
families
using
the
inverse
relationships
of:
multiplication
and
division,
addition
and
subtraction.

Read
numbers
and
identify
place
value
up
to
the
millions
place.

Place
positive
and
negative
numbers
on
a
number
line.

Convert
number
words
to
numerals
and
numerals
to
number
words.

Show
different
equivalencies
of
numbers
(e.g.,
2
x
3
x
2
=
6
x
2).

Solve
word
problems,
including
mental
math
problems,
using
all
four
operations.

Estimate
numbers
using
terms
like
closer
to
and
between.

Find
the
average
of
three
numbers.

Identify
10
more
and
10
less
than
a
given
number.

Determine
the
decimal
and
percent
equivalence
of
1/4,
1/2,
1/10,
1/100.

Compare
and
order
decimals
to
two
decimal
places.

Compare
decimals
using
symbols
for
greater
than,
less
than
or
equal
to.

Round
decimals
to
nearest
tenth
and
whole.

Add
and
subtract
decimals
to
two
places.

Solve
problems
using
percentages.

Identify
prime
numbers.

Numbers
and
Operations
Fractions

Decompose
a
fraction
into
a
sum
of
fractions
(e.g.
5/6
=
1/6
+
1/6
+
1/6
+
1/6
+
1/6).

Add
and
subtract
mixed
numbers
with
like
denominators.

Solve
addition
and
subtraction
word
problems
involving
fractions.

Multiply
a
fraction
by
a
whole
number
(e.g.
3/2
=
1/2
x
3).

Solve
word
problems
using
multiplication
of
a
fraction
by
a
whole
number.

Rewrite
fractions
into
decimals;
rewrite
decimals
into
fractions.

Identify
fractions
using
circle
graph
models.

Compare
and
order
fractions
(mixed
and
improper
fractions)
with
and
without
a
number
line.

Compare
fractions
with
like
and
unlike
denominators.

Convert
improper
fractions
to
mixed
numbers
(e.g.
4/3
=
1
1/3).

Determine
equivalent
fractions
(e.g.
1/2
=
2/4
=
10/20).

Reduce
fractions.

Order
both
fractions
and
decimals
on
a
number
line.

Measurement
and
Data

Convert
within
a
system
of
measurement
(e.g.
3
feet
in
a
yard).

Determine
the
appropriate
unit
of
measurement
to
use
(e.g.
kilometers
to
measure
distance).

Solve
problems
involving
time,
volume,
distance
and
money
using
simple
fractions
and
decimals.

Find
the
area
and
perimeter
of
a
rectangle.

Find
the
unknown
factor
of
a
rectangle
given
the
area
and
length.

Compare
lengths
of
objects
on
a
fraction
number
line
involving
fractions
1/8,
1/4,
1/2.

Given
the
measurement
of
an
angle
in
a
circle,
determine
the
unknown
angle.

Identify
right,
acute
and
obtuse
angles.

Match
angles
to
their
corresponding
fractions
within
a
circle
(e.g.
90
degree
angle
=
).

Identify
perpendicular,
parallel
and
intersecting
lines.

Identify
angles
(right,
acute,
obtuse).

Identify
the
radius
and
diameter
of
a
circle.

Identify
trapezoid,
pentagon,
octagon,
rhombus
and
triangular
prism.

Identify
the
corner,
edge,
and
face
of
a
three-dimensional
object.

Identify
triangles
by
their
angles
(e.g.
right
triangle
has
one
angle
that
equals
90
degrees).

Identify
the
attributes
of
scalene,
isosceles
and
equilateral
triangles.

Use
ordered
pairs
to
locate
points
on
a
grid.

Identify
congruent
and
similar
shapes.

Match
the
fraction
with
the
degree
of
a
turn
(e.g.
1/2
turn
=
180
degrees).

Compare
two
rectangles
that
have
the
same
area
but
different
perimeters,
and
vice
versa.

Statistics,
Data
Analysis
and
Probability

Interpret
information
on
a
graph
(bar,
circle
and
line).

Interpret
Venn
diagrams.

Make
a
tally
chart
using
given
information.

Transfer
information
on
a
graph
to
a
chart.

Determine
the
likelihood
of
an
event
using
0
for
impossible
and
1
for
certain.

Determine
probability
given
data
(e.g.
probability
of
picking
a
red
marble
in
a
bag
of
marbles).

Determine
events
using
terms:
likely,
more
likely,
equally
likely,
certain
or
impossible.

Express
outcomes
of
probability
(e.g.
3
out
of
8
or
3/8).

Find
the
median,
mode,
mean
and
range
of
a
given
set
of
numbers.

Mathematical
Reasoning
and
Problem
Solving

Determine
which
piece
of
information
is
missing
or
irrelevant
in
solving
a
word
problem.

Determine
the
reasonableness
of
the
solution
to
a
problem.

Determine
whether
an
exact
or
an
approximate
solution
is
needed
to
solve
a
problem.

Count
the
number
of
possible
combinations
using
four
different
sets.

Extras:
Fraction
Cut-Outs,
Fraction
Puzzles,
Hundred
Chart,
and
Math
Facts
Sharpener
Review
Sheets

4th Grade

IMPORTANT!

Instructions for Parents

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The book is designed to be used 3-4 days per week for 10 weeks.

Our math books now support the Common Core Curriculum and the Standards of all 50 states.

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