Fourth Overview

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Fourth Grade
What my student should learn in:
CA Common Core Math Standards
Three Key Areas of Focus
Find Quotients with Multi-digit Dividends
Develop Fluency of Multi-digit Multiplication
Understand the Process of Adding and Multiplying Fractions
Understand and Describe the Properties of Geometric Shapes
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Concepts to Master
Use the Four Operations to Solve Problems
Multiply or Divide to solve word problems with unknown numbers
Solve multi-step word problems involving division with a remainder
Use a letter to stand for an unknown number in word problems
Factors and Multiples
Find all factor pairs for a number 1-100
Determine if a number between 1-100 is prime or composite
Determine if a number 1-100 is a multiple of any single digit number
Generate and Analyze Patterns
Create a number or shape pattern that follows a specific rule
Find patterns within patterns that were not stated in the rule
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Understanding of Multi-Digit Numbers
Read and write numbers 0-1,000,000 in standard and expanded form
Compare numbers using <, >, or = sign
Round multi-digit numbers to any given place
Multi-Digit Math Operations
Add and subtract multi-digit (3+) numbers
Multiply 4 digit numbers by a 1 digit number and 2 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers
Divide a 4 digit number by a 1 digit number with remainders
Word Problems and Measurement
Solve word problems to find the perimeter of a room given the area of a room
Use the four math operations to solve word problems involving time, money, volume, distance, and fractions or decimals
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Understanding Fractions
Understanding Fractions
Equivalent Fractions and Ordering
Explain how two fractions with different denominators are equal
Compare fractions with unlike denominators using <, >, or =
Operations with Fractions
Add and subtract fractions with unlike denominators and mixed numbers
Multiply fractions with fractions and fractions with whole numbers
Solve word problems with adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions with fractions and whole numbers.
Working with Decimals
Change fractions with denominators of 10 or 100 to decimal form
Add fractions with denominators of 10 and 100 and represent in decimal form
Compare decimals with decimals using <, >, = symbols
Measurement Skills
Convert between measurements by switching between inches, feet, centimeters, meters, etc.
Apply area and perimeter formulas to solve real-world problems
Geometric Measurements
Recognize angles as two rays that share an endpoint and determine its angle measure by using a protractor
Understand the relationship between angles and the measure of a circle
Use diagrams to solve addition and subtraction problems to find an unknown angle measurement
Lines and Angles
Know and identify the following: point, ray, line segment, acute angle, obtuse angle, right angle, parallel lines, and perpendicular lines
Recognize and draw lines of symmetry
Use parallel and perpendicular lines to classify shapes
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