Fourth Grade Math Units

Number and Operations I (Unit 1)

  • I can read and write whole numbers through the hundred thousands place (
  • I can compare and order whole numbers uusing models. (
  • I can demonstrate fluency of multiplication facts 1-9 (
  • I can multiply numbers by 10, 100, and 1,000. (
  • I can multiply whole numbers as great as 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. (
  • I can estimate products. (
  • I can solve real-world problems using addition, subtraction and multiplication. (


Double Digit Multiplication using Area  (Array) Model

Multi-digit Multiplication Array (Area) Model

Area (Array) Model 3 Digit by 2 Digit Multiplication

Math Antics Multi digit Multiplication Part 1

Math Antics Multi digit Multiplication Part 2

Worksheets: - multiplication - multiplication

Algebra (Unit 2)

  • I can create and use input-output rules to solve (addition, subtractions, multipication, and division) problems and can record the inputs and outputs in a table. (
  • I can write and interpret (read) number sentences that involve multiplication, division, and unknowns (variables) to represent a real-world problem. (
  • I can find the values for the unknowns that make a number sentence true. (


Hands On Equations Lessons 1-22

Math Antics - What is Algebra?

Math Antics Solving Basic Equations Part 1

Math Antics Solving Basic Equations Part 2

Math Antics Solving 2 Step Equations

Worksheets: = Balancing Equations - Algebra - one step equation worksheets

Data Analysis (Unit 3)

  • I can display a data set in several ways, including a bar graph, timeline, Venn diagram, line plot or pictograph. (
  • I can interpret data displayed on a graph or spreadsheet table. (



Number and Operations II (Unit 4)

  • I can demonstrate knowledge of multiplication and division facts 1-9. (
  • I can solve whole number division problems as great as 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. (


Math Antics Basic Division

Math Antics Long Division

Math Antics Long Division with 2 Digit Divisors

How To Do "Big 7" Division

Geometry (Unit 5)

  • I can identify and describe different types of triangles in various contexts. (
  • I can identify, draw and describe quadrilaterals in various contexts (
  • I can measure angles in geometric figures and in real-world objects with a protractor. (
  • I can compare angles according to size. (
  • I can find the area of common quadraliterals (squares and rectangles). (
  • I can find the areas of different geometric figures and real-world objects. (
  • I can identify and apply translations (slides), reflections (flips), or rotations (turns) to figures. ( ( (
  • I can recognize that translations, reflections and rotations preserve congruency. (


Math Antics Polygons

Math Antics Quadrilaterals

Math Antics Triangles

Math Antics Angles

Math Antics Angles and Degrees

Math Antics Area

Translations, Reflections and Rotations

Area and Perimeter of Irregular Shapes

Area of Irregular Shapes

Worksheets: - area and perimeter

Rational Numbers (Unit 6)

  • I can represent equivalent fractions with models. (
  • I can locate fractions, including improper fractions and mixed numbers, on a number line. (
  • I can compare fractions using a number line. (
  • I can add and subtract fractions with like denominators using models. (
  • I can prove the fraction and decimal equivalents for tenths, hundredths, halves and fourths. (
  • I can read and write decimals through the thousandths place. (
  • I can compare and order decimals using models. (
  • I can round decimals to the nearest tenth. (
  • I can organzie data that may include fractions or decimals. (


Math Antics - Fractions are Parts

Math Antics - Working with Parts

Math Antics - Fractions are Division

Math Antics - Types of Fractions

Math Antics - Fractions and Decimals

Math Antics - Converting Base-10 Fractions

Math Antics - Comparing Fractions

Math Antics - Mixed Numbers

Math Antics - convert any Fraction to a Decimal

Worksheets: - fraction worksheets - Fractions

Ordering Fractions - Christine Munafo

Number and Operations III (Unit 7)

  • I can use addition and subtraction strategies to solve real-wordl problems with multi-digit numbers. (
  • I can use more than one strategy to solve multi-digit addition and subtraction problems. (