## OVERVIEW

In Math Grade 4, students will multiply and divide multi-digit whole numbers using different strategies and a standard algorithm. The course provides the opportunity for students to see the relationship between fractions and decimals and introduces addition and subtraction of each. Using a protractor to draw and measure angles is another focus of the course. Other engaging activities include learning about measurement and using median, mode, and range as ways to interpret data.

## Segment One:

• using place value patterns
• reading and writing whole numbers in different ways
• plotting, ordering, and comparing multi-digit whole numbers
• rounding multi-digit whole numbers
• adding and subtracting multi-digit whole numbers
• factors and multiples
• determining prime and composite numbers
• multiplying multi-digit numbers using strategies and a standard algorithm
• dividing by a one-digit number
• using number patterns
• understanding equations and variables
• understanding perimeter and area relationships
• finding median, mode, and range of whole numbers
• stem-and-leaf plots of whole numbers
• line plots with whole numbers

## Segment Two:

• understanding mixed numbers
• finding equivalent fractions and mixed numbers using different strategies
• adding fractions and mixed numbers
• subtracting fractions and mixed numbers
• multiplying a fraction by a whole number
• understanding fraction and decimal relationships
• working with decimals to the hundredths place
• finding median, mode, and range of fractions and decimals
• stem-and-leaf plots with fractions and decimals
• line plots with fractions and decimals
• measuring units of measure in the metric and customary system
• converting units of measure in the metric and customary system
• measuring and drawing angles

## Requirements

Students will need the following materials: printer, cell phone or scanner, notebook, pencils, erasers, scissors, crayons, glue, tape, ruler, printer paper, colored-paper, and household objects for math activities.

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