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MATH - GRADE 4

Quarter 1:

  • Identify properties of polygons. 
  • Classify quadrangles according to side and angle properties. 
  • Name, draw, and label line segments and lines. 
  • Name, draw, and label rays.
  • Name, draw, and label angles and triangles. 
  • Name, draw, and label quadrangle.
  • Identify and describe right angles, parallel lines, and line segments. 
  • Knows addition and subtraction facts. 
  • Use formulas to find areas of rectangles and parallelograms. 
  • Find the perimeter of a polygon.
  • Estimate the area of a figure by counting unit squares and fraction of unit squares inside the figure. 
  • Display data with bar graph and tally chart.
  • Display data with a line plot.
  • Use the statistical landmarks median, mode, and range. 
  • Use the statistical landmark mean.
  • Use the statistical landmarks maximum and minimum. 
  • Subtract multi-digit numbers. 
  • Add multi-digit numbers. 
  • Read and write numerals to hundred-millions; give the value of the digits in numerals to hundred-millions. 
  • Find equivalent names for numbers. 
  • Solve open sentences involving any one operation (34 = n + 19). 
  • Insert parentheses to make true number sentences.  Solve problems with parentheses.
  • Determine whether number sentences are true or false. 
  • Solve addition and subtraction number stories. 
  • Use a map scale to estimate distances. 
  • Knows division facts. 
  • Knows multiplication facts. 
  • Understand the relationship between multiplication and division. 

Quarter 2:

  • KNOWS ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION FACTS.
  • KNOWS MULTIPLICATION FACTS.
  • KNOWS DIVISION FACTS.
  • Express metric measures with decimals. 
  • Convert between metric measures.
  • Read and write decimals to thousandths. 
  • Compare and order decimals. 
  • Draw and measure line segments to the nearest millimeter. 
  • Use personal references to estimate lengths in metric units. 
  • Solve 1- and 2-place decimal addition and subtraction problems and number stories. 
  • Solve 1- and 2- place decimal addition and subtraction number stories
  • Draw and measure line segments to the nearest centimeter. 
  • Use dollars and cents notation. 
  • Use exponential notation to represent powers of 10. 
  • Knows extended multiplication facts (30 * 7 = 210). 
  • Make magnitude estimates for products of multi-digit numbers. 
  • Solve 2 digit by 1 digit multiplication problems.  
  • Solve multi-digit multiplication problems.
  • Round whole numbers to a given place. 
  • Read and write numbers to billions; name the values of digits in numerals to billions. 
  • Compare large numbers. 
  • Estimate sums. 
  • Solve whole-number division.
  • Express the remainder of a whole-number division problem as a fraction.
  • Interpret the remainder in division problems.

Quarter 3:

  • KNOWS ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION FACTS.
  • KNOWS MULTIPLICATION FACTS.
  • KNOWS DIVISION FACTS.
  • Name and locate points specified by ordered number pairs on a coordinate grid.
  • Identify acute, right, obtuse, and straight angles.
  • Identify reflex angles.
  • Make turns and fractions of turns; relate turns and angles.
  • Use a circular protractor and a half-circle protractor to measure and draw angles.
  • Solve multiplication and division number stories.
  • Add and subtract concrete models of fractions (pattern blocks).
  • Add and subtract fractions numerically.
  • Rename fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 as decimals.
  • Apply basic vocabulary and concepts associated with chance events.
  • Compare and order fractions.
  • Find equivalent fractions for given fractions.
  • Identify the whole for fractions.
  • Identify fractional parts of a collection of objects.
  • Identify fractional parts of regions.
  • Make and interpret scale drawings.
  • Use formula to find area of triangles.

Quarter 4:

  • KNOWS ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION FACTS.
  • KNOWS MULTIPLICATION FACTS.
  • KNOWS DIVISION FACTS.
  • Use an estimation strategy to divide decimals by whole numbers. 
  • Use an estimation strategy to multiply decimals by whole numbers. 
  • Find a percent or a fraction of a number.
  • Convert between “easy” fractions (fourths, fifths, and tenths), decimals, and percents. 
  • Convert between hundredths-fractions, decimals, and percents. 
  • Use a calculator to rename any fraction as a decimal or percent. 
  • Add integers (positive and negative numbers).
  • Rotate figures (turn).
  • Translate figures (slide).
  • Use a transparent mirror to draw a reflection of a figure.
  • Identify lines of symmetry, lines of reflection, reflected figures, and figures with line of symmetry. 
  • Use a compass and straightedge to construct geometric figures.
  • Use a formula to calculate volumes of rectangular prisms.
  • Subtract positive and negative numbers.
  • Add positive and negative numbers. 
  • Estimate the weight of objects in ounces or grams; weigh objects in ounces or grams. 
  • Solve cube-stacking volume problems.
  • Describe properties of geometric solids. 
  • Find unit rates.
  • Calculate unit prices to determine which product is the “better buy.” 
  • Evaluate reasonableness of rate data.
  • Collect and compare rate data.
  • Use rate tables, if necessary, to solve rate problems
 
 
Brecknock Elementary DR. MARYELLEN KUENY, principal
 
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