Grade 4 Math Highlights in Six Weeks This playlist of interactive lessons and activities provides a broad overview of the concepts and skills for fourth grade math. While this scheduling is flexible for families’ convenience, the course highlights are designed to typically take six weeks, requiring just over an hour of work per day. This is useful as general reinforcement or to help determine specific skills which may need additional attention. Students can log in and enter the activity codes in the Activity Finder on their student dashboard to access the lessons. LA # Activity Title Instruction: Using Multiplication to Solve Comparison Problems M4003 Independent Practice: Using Multiplication to Solve Comparison Problems OA026 Instruction/Practice: Interpreting Multiplication Equations OA027 Instruction/Practice: Describing Multiplication Situations M4005 M4006 Instruction: Using Division to Compare OA029 Using an Equation to Represent a Situation OA030 Instruction/Practice: Solving Multi-Step Word Problems 40885 Instruction/Practice: Factors 40886 Instruction/Practice: Common Factors 40872 Instruction/Practice: Multiple Factors 41147 Multiple Factors Handbook 40902 Instruction/Practice: Apply Function Rules NBT014 Instruction/Practice: Exploring Base Ten NBT015 Instruction/Practice: What Does Place Value Look Like? LA # 42004 Activity Title Instruction/Practice: Add Fractions with Like Denominators 42005 Instruction/Practice: Subtract Fractions with Like Denominators 42006 Instruction/Practice: Add a Fraction Multiple Times 42007 Instruction/Practice: Fraction Multiples 42008 Instruction/Practice: Fraction of a Whole - A 42009 Instruction/Practice: Fraction of a Whole - B 42010 Instruction/Practice: Problem Solving: Fraction of a Whole - A 42012 Instruction/Practice: Equivalent Tenths and Hundredths 42013 Instruction/Practice: Add Tenths and Hundredths MA4042 40823 WEEK FIVE WEEK TWO OA028 Problem Solving: Using Division to Compare Instruction/Practice: Interpreting Remainders Done WEEK FOUR WEEK ONE M4001 Instruction: Exploring Angles as a Series of One-Degree Turns Instruction/Practice: Points, Lines, Segments, Rays MA4043A Instruction: Measuring Acute Angles ATMA4043 Authentic Task: Measuring Angles 40823 Instruction/Practice: Points, Lines, Segments, Rays 40825 Instruction/Practice: Identify and Classify Angles 40830 Instruction/Practice: Attributes of Polygons 40897 Instruction/Practice: Numeric Patterns Instruction/Practice: Standard and Expanded Form 40925 Instruction/Practice: Rounding Numbers 40980 Instruction/Practice: Improper Fractions 40969 42012 Instruction/Practice: Equivalent Tenths and Hundredths 40868 Instruction/Practice: Subtract Whole Numbers Instruction/Practice: Partial Products Instruction/Practice: Equivalent Fractions Instruction/Practice: Multiply Large Numbers 40983 40870 Instruction: Multiplying Two-Digit by Two-Digit Numbers Using Models 42000 Instruction/Practice: Fractions that Simplify to Whole Numbers M4014 42001 Instruction/Practice: Fractions and Equivalent Whole Numbers 40986 Instruction/Practice: Compare and Order Fractions M4019 Instruction: Adding and Subtracting Fractions 41014 Instruction/Practice: Add/Subtract Unlike Fractions 41017 Instruction/Practice: Compare and Order Decimals 41022 Instruction/Practice: Decimals as Fractions Independent Practice: Practice Resource: Multiplying Two-Digit by TwoPRM4015 Digit Numbers Using Models 40986 Instruction/Practice: Compare and Order Fractions M4017 Supporting Practice: Comparing Fractions Using Fraction Models M4019 Instruction: Adding and Subtracting Fractions M4020 Supporting Practice: Adding and Subtracting Fractions AT42002 Authentic Task: Decomposing Fractions 42003 Instruction/Practice: Decomposing Improper Fractions WEEK SIX WEEK THREE 40909 41025 Instruction/Practice: Add and Subtract Decimals Done