Fourth Grade Math Curriculum Sequence

Fourth Grade Math Curriculum Sequence

September | October | November | December | January |

Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction - place value up to 1,000,000 - order numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least - compare with >, <, = - rounding/estimating - problem solving using addition and subtraction - standard, expanded, short word form | Multiplication concepts -solve multiplication problems using equations, standard algorithm -model how to draw an array and write a fact family -list factors and multiples of numbers from 1 to 100 -prime or composite numbers -describe how factors relate to whole numbers | Multi-digit Multiplication and Division -use regrouping and the distributive property to solve multiplication problems -illustrate and explain how I solved multi-digit multiplication problems -models and the traditional method to solve Division problems -interpret how to use the remainder in a division word problem | Measurement applications -convert between customary units of measurement -convert between different metric units of measurement -solve problems using elapsed time -use formulas to find area and perimeter of simple figures -use formulas to find area and perimeter of complex figures | Fractions and Decimals -find equivalent fraction to compare and order -convert a fraction into an equivalent decimal |

February | March | April | May |

Add & Subtract Fractions -add and subtract fractions with common denominators -add or subtract mixed or improper fractions | Multiplying Fractions -multiply a fraction by a whole number -solve story problems involving multiply a fraction by a whole number | Geometry- Angles/ Lines -identify angles that are acute, right and obtuse -measure and draw angles using a protractor -draw and identify points, lines, line segments, rays, angles, perpendicular and parallel lines | Geometry- Shapes/ Symmetry -identify polygons using the measurement of the angle and the number of sides it has -understand what lines of symmetry are and can recognize them in shapes |