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Mathematics - 4th Grade
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Lesson Plans  
Standard 1
Students will acquire number sense and perform operations with whole numbers, simple fractions, and decimals.
Objective 1
Demonstrate multiple ways to represent whole numbers and decimals, from hundredths to one million, and fractions.
USOE-Approved Lesson Plans   USOE-Approved Lesson Plans
  • Fraction Fun
    These activities allow students to divide regions and sets of objects into parts using a variety of models and illustrations.
  • Keeping Warm with Fractions
    The study of quilts and related activities allow students to demonstrate their understanding of geometry, basic fractions, and patterning skills.
  • Make My Number
    This lesson helps students to relate decimal fractions to common fractions and reinforces the fact that decimals are fractions written in a different symbolic form.
  • Math 4 - Act. 02: Square Numbers
    Students will use square tiles to help them understand the concept of square numbers.
  • Place Value - It's about Patterns
    This activity helps students understand place value patterns and how to read large numbers.
  • Place Value Activity
    This is a highly motivating activity that can be adjusted to any level to reinforce the concepts of place value and numeral recognition. Using a die, students see who can make the greatest numeral. This activity can be done individually, in small groups, or with teams in large groups.
  • Square Numbers
    This lesson's activity has students model square numbers using arrays. An array is a grouping of objects that makes equal rows. They can visually see that the array makes a square.
  • The Long and Short of It
    Students will learn about decimals and compare them to whole numbers.
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