## Objectives:  number sense: identify place value through the millions – compare whole numbers through the millions – round whole numbers to nearest thousand, ten thousand and hundred thousand – read write, and identify decimals through thousandths – round decimals – compare and order decimals addition/subtraction: add and subtract larger numbers – increase problem solving with addition and subtraction – add and subtract decimals multiplication/division: solve multiplication problems with multiple digits – divide whole numbers with and without remainders – determine common multiples and factors – introduction to long division fractions: compare and order fractions and mixed numbers – represent equivalent fractions  – add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12)

## Number Sense …more number sense math worksheets

Identify place value through one million:  Place value 1     Place value 2     Place value 3     Place value 4     Place value 5

Prime numbers

Identify prime numbers from 1 through 100   [CCSS Standard.4.OA.B.4]  Note on teaching prime numbers…

Study Sheet:  Grid of Prime Numbers from 1 to 100

Factors  [CCSS Standard.4.OA.B.4]

Study Sheet – factors from 1 to 100:  Factors Study Sheet

Fill in the blank factors (and identify prime numbers)

Interpret multiplication equations Recognize that 5 x 4 = 20 means that 20 is five times more than 4   [CCSS Standard.4.OA.A.1]

Area and perimeter Apply area and perimeter formula in real world applications [CCSS Standard.4.MD.B.4] Practice adding large numbers with regrouping (carrying)

Choose numbers to make a sum

Another way of building addition skills.  Select the two numbers out of four that add up to a particular value

A little harder…choose three numbers that make a sum

## Multiplication/Division …more multiplication and division math worksheets

Multiples Tables:  Fill in the missing multiples

Find the two numbers that make a product (1 – 12):     Make a product 1     Make a product 2     Make a product 3     Make a product 4     Make a product 5

Introduction to multi-digit multiplication

Two digits times one digit

Two digits times two digits

Division – Introduction to Remainders  [CCSS Standard.4.NBT.B.6]

Simple division w/ whole number quotients up to 12, divisors up to 12, and remainders

Example:  50 ÷ 8 =

Beginning Long Division

I ntroduction to long division  [CCSS Standard.4.NBT.B.6]

Step 1:  Simplest examples – one digit divisor which fits into the first digit of the dividend.  These are the easiest samples to learn the steps to long division.

With grid and clues…

With grid but no clues…

No grid, no clues.  You’re on your own…

Step 2:  Now a twist – one digit divisor which does not fit into the first digit of the dividend.

With grid and clues:  Long Division 1     Long Division 2     Long Division 3     Long Division 4     Long Division 5

With grid but no clues:   Long Division 1     Long Division 2     Long Division 3     Long Division 4     Long Division 5

Step 3:  Now with remainders.

Remainders with grid:

Remainders without grid:

## Fractions …more fractions math worksheets

Fourth grade goals for computing fractions:  compare fractions, identify types (proper, improper and mixed), convert improper fractions to mixed fractions, add same and different denominator fractions, simplify fractions

Compare two fractions relative to 1/2 [CCSS Standard.4.NF.A.1]

Identifying fraction types

Proper, improper and mixed:  Fraction type 1     Fraction type 2     Fraction type 3     Fraction type 4     Fraction type 5

Convert improper fraction to mixed fraction and simplify

Fraction addition in words, same denominator

Multiply a fraction and an integer, and simplify

Max denominator 6, max integer 3:    multiply fractions 1    multiply fractions 2    multiply fractions 3    multiply fractions 4    multiply fractions 5

Max denominator 12, max integer 3:     multiply fractions 6    multiply fractions 7    multiply fractions 8    multiply fractions 9    multiply fractions 10

Max denominator 12, max integer 6:   multiply fractions 11    multiply fractions 12    multiply fractions 13    multiply fractions 14    multiply fractions 15