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Grade 4 Stucture and Pacing
UNIT WEEK CONTENT
Addition
and
Subtraction
Week 1 Basic concepts:
- A number is how many things there are in a set
- 10 is a special organizer of our numeral system
-Addition and subtraction as inverses (four versions of a mathematical sentence)
- Interpretations of subtraction
- Quiz
Week 2 Across-10 addition and subtraction facts:
- The meaning of teen-numbers
- 20 basic number combinations for across-10 addition and subtraction
- Quiz
Week 3 Applying basic facts to computation within 100:
- Adding and subtracting multiples of 10
- Applying across-10 addition and subtraction facts to computation within 100
- Unit 1 review
Multiplication
and
Division
Week 4 Basic concepts:
Multiplication tables with numbers 2 through 5:
- Meaning of multiplication
- Multiplication is commutative.
- Multiplication tables for numbers 2 through 5
- Quiz
Week 5 Multiplication tables with numbers 6 through 9:
- Division as inverse of multiplication (four versions of a mathematical sentence)
- Models of division
- Quiz
Week 6 Applying basic facts to computation within 100:
- Multiplying with 10 and multiples of 10
- Applying across-10 addition and subtraction facts to computation within 100
- Order of operations (multiplication and division have priority over addition and subtraction)
- Unit 2 review
Place
Value
Week 7 Concept of place value:
- Concept of place value
- Adding and subtracting multi-digit numbers
Week 8 - Multiplying decimals and multi-digit numbers
- Unit 3 review
Ready
for
Algebra
Week 9 Ready for algebra:
- Letters in a mathematical sentence
- Commutative law
- Associative law
- Negative numbers
- Unit 4 review
Geometry
Week 10 Geometry:
- Angles, measurement, and polygons
- Quiz
Week 11 Geometry:
- Basic figures: quadrilaterals, circles, and solids
- Unit 5 review
Statistics Week 12 Statistics:
- Identifying, creating, and interpreting basic data graphs: pictograph, bar graph, line graph, and graph
- Unit 6 review

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