## 4th Grade Math

## Chapter 1 - Place Value of Whole NumbersConcepts students learned and practiced throughout chapter 1.
- Numbers to 100,000 - Count to 100,000 - Read and show numbers in place value charts - Count on to one hundred thousand - Find the value of each digit in a number - Find the expanded form of a 5-digit number - Compare Numbers to 100,000 - Compare 5 digit numbers using greater than and less than - Order 5-digit numbers from greatest to least - Compare 5-digit numbers using more than |

## Chapter 2 - Estimation and Number TheoryConcepts students learned and practiced throughout chapter 2.
- Estimation - Use rounding to check the reasonableness of sums, differences, and products - Use related multiplication facts to check the reasonableness of quotients - Decide whether to find an estimate or an exact answer - Factors - Break down whole numbers into factors - Determine if one number is a factor of another - Find common factors of two whole numbers - Find the greatest common factor of two whole numbers - Identify prime numbers and composite numbers - Multiples - Find multiples of a number - Determine whether a number is a multiple of another number - Find the first twelve multiples of a number - Find common multiples of two whole numbers - Find the least common multiple of two whole numbers |

## Chapter 3 - Whole Number Multiplication and DivisionConcepts students learned and practiced throughout chapter 3.
- Multiplying by a 1-Digit Number - Represent numbers using place-value charts - Model multiplication with regrouping in thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones - Multiply using the p[lace value of each digit - Multiplying by a 2-digit number - Multiply by tens - Two ways to multiply by hundreds - Multiply a 2-digit number by a 2-digit number - Multiply a 3-digit number by a 2-digit number - Use a number line to estimate products - Modeling Division with Regrouping - Model division with regrouping in hundreds, tens, and ones - Dividing by a 1-Digit Number - Divide with no remainder - Divide with a remainder - Divide by a 1-digit number with no remainder - Find the quotient and the remainder - Estimate quotients using related multiplication facts - Real-World Problems: Multiplication and Division - Solve 3-step problems using models |

## Chapter 4 - Tables and Line GraphsMaking a Interpreting a Table
- Collect, organize, and interpret data in a table - Create a table from data in a tally chart and a bar graph Using a Table - Read and interpret data in a table, using rows, columns, and intersections Line Graphs - Make, read, and interpret line graphs - Choose an appropriate graph to display a given data set |

## Chapter 6 - Fractions and Mixed NumbersConcepts students will be learning and practicing throughout chapter 6.
- Comparing Unlike Fractions - Adding Fractions - Find equivalent fractions - Add unlike fractions - Subtracting Fractions - Find equivalent fractions - Subtract unlike fractions - Mixed Numbers - Write a mixed number for a model - Draw models to represent mixed numbers - Improper Fractions - Write an improper fraction for a model - Express mixed numbers as improper fractions - Renaming Improper Fractions and Mixed Numbers - Use multiplication and division to rename improper fractions and mixed numbers - Renaming Whole Numbers when Adding and Subtracting Fractions - Add fractions to get mixed-number sums - Subtract fractions from whole numbers - Fraction of a Set - Use a bar model to represent a fraction of a set - Find a fractional part of a number - Multiplying Fractions and Whole Numbers - Real-World Problems: Fractions - Solve real-world problems involving fractions - Line Plots with Fractions of a Unit |

## Chapter 7 - DecimalsConcepts students will be learning and practicing throughout chapter 7.
Understanding Tenths and Hundredths - Read and Write tenths and hundredths in decimal and fractional forms - Represent and interpret tenths and hundredths models Compare Decimals - Compare and order decimals - Complete number patterns involving decimals Rounding Decimals - Round decimals to the nearest whole number or tenth Fractions and Decimals - Express a fraction as a decimal and a decimal as a fraction |

## Chapter 9 - AnglesConcepts students will be learning and practicing throughout chapter 9.
Understanding and Measuring Angles - Estimate and measure angles with a protractor - Estimate whether the measure of an angle is less than or greater than a right angle (90 degrees) Drawing Angles to 180 Degrees - Use a protractor to draw acute and obtuse angles Turns and Right Angles - Relate 1/4, 1/2, 3/4, and full turns to the number of right angles (90 degrees) |

## Chapter 11 - Squares and RectanglesConcepts students will be learning and practicing throughout chapter 11.
Squares and Rectangles - Understand and apply the properties of squares and rectangles Properties of Squares and Rectangles - Find unknown angle measures and side lengths of squares and rectangles |

## Chapter 12 - Area and PerimeterConcepts students will be learning and practicing throughout chapter 12.
Area of a Rectangle - Find the area of a rectangle by counting grid squares - Estimate the area of a figure by counting grid squares - Find the area of a rectangle using a formula Rectangles and Squares - Solve problems involving the area and perimeter of squares and rectangles Composite Figures - Find the perimeter and area of a composite figure |

## Chapter 13 - SymmetryIdentifying Lines of Symmetry
- Identify a line of symmetry of a figure Rotational Symmetry - Relate rotational symmetry to turns - Trace a figure to determine whether it has rotational symmetry Making Symmetric Shapes and Patterns - Draw a shape or pattern about a line of symmetry and check for rotational symmetry - Complete a symmetric shape or pattern - Create symmetric patterns on grid paper |