Fourth Grade Math

Fourth graders can expect to tackle multi-digit addition and subtraction, representing numbers using expanded, standard, and base ten forms, comparing multi-digit numbers, and rounding numbers to any place. They will work on multiplication of up to four-digit by one-digit numbers as well as multiplication of two two-digit numbers. Students will be able to find prime and composite numbers, as well as factors of a given number. For division, students can expect to find quotients and remainders with up to four-digit divisors.
Measurement skills include converting within measurement systems, measuring angles using a protractor, finding area and perimeter using traditional formulas, measuring length to 1/8 inch intervals, and representing data on a line plot.
Students will work with fractions heavily, including addition and subtraction of fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators, comparing fractions using symbols, generating equivalent fractions, and converting fractions to decimals using denominators of 10 and 100.
In geometry, students will be able to identify and create examples of 2-D geometric elements and classify shapes by geometric elements.

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