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MATHEMATICS
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                  Unit #1: Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures
TIMELINE          CCSS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.2     Lesson 1.1: Introduction to the         Teacher’s Manual pgs. 18-22            ● Scavenger Hunt
1 Day                      Student Reference Book                   (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 1.1
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 1.1
 Utilize the Student Reference         Student Reference Book
Book                                 Math Journal pgs.2-3
 Review simple operations              Math Masters pgs. 6, 384
   Math Masters pg. 7 (optional)
4.G.1      Lesson 1.2: Points, Line Segments,      Teacher’s Manual pgs. 23-28            ● Math Journal Page 4
Lines and Rays                           (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ●Math Boxes 1.2
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 1.2
Obj: SWBAT                               Optional)
1 Day                       Identify and draw points, line        Student Reference Book pgs. 88-
segments, lines and rays              89
 Analyze the tools that will be        Math Journal pgs. 4-5
used for geometry                    Addition Top-It
   Math Masters pgs. 9-10 (optional)
BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                      Unit #1: Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.G.1-2     Lesson 1.3: Angles, Triangles, and         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 29-34             ● Math Journal Page 6-7
Quadrangles                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 1.3
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ●Study Link 1.3
Obj: SWBAT                                  optional)
1 Day                        Identify and classify angles,            Student Reference Book pg. 100
triangles, and                          Math Journal pgs. 6-8
 Construct, classify and compare          Transparency #39 Venn Diagram
angles, triangles, and quadrangles      Math Master pg. 13(optional)
Solve addition and subtraction          Math Master pg. 12 used in later
problems                                 lesson

4.G.1-2     Lesson 1.4: Parallelograms                 Teacher’s Guide pgs. 35-40             ● Math Boxes 1.4
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Study Link 1.4
Obj: SWBAT                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3
 Model the classification of               Readiness -Mandatory)
quadrangles                             Math Journal pgs. 9-11
1 Day                        Develop written definitions of           Math Master pgs. 14,16,506
parallelograms based on their           Student Reference Book pgs.
properties                               263-264
 Identify parallel lines, line            Subtraction Top-It
segments and rays                       Math Master pg. 17(optional)
BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                     Unit #1: Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures

TIMELINE       CCSS        SKILLS/ CONTENT                 TEACHER’S GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:

4.G.1,2   Additional Lesson: Two-      Additional – Mandatory: Material found in curriculum guide
Dimensional
1 Day                  Shapes/Parallel and          Tutorial found at
Perpendicular Lines          http://www.ezschool.com/EZSheets/Geometry/Lines_Angles/ans10.html
Utilize Math Master page 12 from Lesson 1.3
Obj: SWBAT
 Sort objects based on
parallelism,
perpendicularity and
angle types.
 Draw perpendicular and
parallel lines
 Identify right angles in
two-dimensional shapes
BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
MATHEMATICS
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                    Unit #1: Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.G.2      Lesson 1.5: Polygons                     Teacher’s Guide pgs. 41-46             ● Math Journal Page 12
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 1.5
Obj: SWBAT:                               All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 1.5
1 Day                        Distinguish between convex and          optional)
nonconvex (concave) polygons          Student Reference Book pg. 97
 Define the properties of polygons      Math Journal pgs. 12-13
   Math Masters pgs. 19-21
(optional)
   The Greedy Triangle (optional)

4.MD.5a     Lesson 1.6: Drawing Circles with a       Teacher’s Guide 47-51 (Math            ● Math Boxes 1.6
Compass                                   Message and Follow-Up, All of          ● Study Link 1.6
Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT:                               optional)
 Draw circles to measure distance       Math Journal 14-15
 Construct an inscribe square and       Math Masters pg. 24
verify that the sides are equal       Student Reference Book pg. 258
   Math Masters pgs. 496-497
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                     Unit #1: Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures

TIMELINE          CCSS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.5a     Lesson 1.7: Circle Constructions          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 52-56             ● Math Journal pgs. 17-
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           19
Obj: SWBAT:                                All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 1.7
● Explain the definition of a circle       Optional)                              ● Study Link 1.7
● Explore designs with circles            Math Journal pgs. 17-20
1 Day                                                                 Math Master pg. 29
   Student Reference Book pg. 258
   Math Masters pgs. 496-497

4.G.1-2     Lesson 1.8: Hexagon and Triangle          Math Message and Follow-Up             ● Math Journal pgs. 24-
Constructions                              (All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part    25
3 optional)                            ● Math Boxes 1.8
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                Teacher’s Guide pgs. 57-61
● Create figures that mark equal          Math Journal pgs. 21,23-26
distances between points of a circle      Math Masters pgs. 31, 33
● Plan and construct an inscribed          (optional)
regular hexagon                           Math Journal pg. 22 (optional)
● Identify the names of geometric
figures
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                   Unit #1: Naming and Constructing Geometric Figures
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT               TEACHER’S                   ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:            GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Unit 1 Review                                                Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 1 Test        Unit 1 Assessment                District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                 Unit #2: Using Numbers and Organizing Data

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                       TEACHER’S                           ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                    GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Lesson 2.1 Omitted

4.NBT.4     Lesson 2.2: Many Names for             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 93 (Math         ● Math Journal pg. 30
Numbers                                 Message and Follow-Up, All of         ● Math Boxes 2.2
Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3         ● Study Link 2.2
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT:                             optional)
 Select equivalent names for          Math Journal pgs. 30-31
whole numbers                       Transparency # 26
 Organize equivalent names for        Math Masters 43-44, 394-397
various numbers                      (optional)
   Student Reference Book pg. 254
(optional)

4.NBT.1-2    Lesson 2.3: Place Value in Whole       Math Message and Follow-Up            ● Math Journal pgs. 32-
4.G.2      Numbers                                 (All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part   33
3 optional)                           ● Math Boxes 2.3
Obj: SWBAT:                            Teacher’s Guide pgs. 94-99            ● Study Link 2.3
 Identify values of digits up in      Math Journal pgs. 32-33,35
numbers up to one billion           Transparency # 31
1 Day                        Read numbers up to one billion       Math Journal pg. 34 (optional)
 Apply the partial sums addition      Math Masters pg. 46 used in later
method                               lesson
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                    Unit #2: Using Numbers and Organizing Data
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.1-2    Lesson 2.4: Place Value with a           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 100-105           ● Math Journal pg. 36
Calculator                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 2.4
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 2.4
 Calculate place-value skills           Math Journal pgs. 36-37
1 Day                        Illustrate how to read and write       Transparency of Math Masters
large numbers                          pg. 47
 Construct and utilize a place          Math Masters pgs. 49, 399-402,
value                                  472
   Math Master pg. 50 (optional)
4.NBT.4     Lesson 2.5: Organizing and               Teacher’s Guide pgs. 106-111           ● Math Journal pg. 38
Displaying Data                           (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 2.5
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 2.5
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                optional)
 Collect, organize and interpret a      Math Journal pgs. 38-39
set of data                           Addition Top-It
 Create a set of landmark data          Math Masters pgs. 52-53
(optional)
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                     Unit #2: Using Numbers and Organizing Data
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.4     Lesson 2.6: The Median                    Teacher’s Guide pgs. 112-118           ● Math Journal pg. 40
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 2.6
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 2.6
1 Day                        Organize data about the number           optional)
of people in their families            Student Reference Book pg. 71
 Identify landmark data                  Math Journal pgs. 40-41
 Assess the class data and decide        Subtraction Top-It
the best method for finding the        Math Masters pgs. 55-56
median (middle value) of the data       (optional)
set.
1 Day                       (Additional Mandatory)                     found in curriculum guide

Obj: SWBAT
 Make a line plot to display a data
set of measurements in fractions
of a unit (1/2, ¼, 1/8)
BRIDGETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                    Unit #2: Using Numbers and Organizing Data
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.2,4    Lesson 2.7: Addition of Multidigit       Teacher’s Guide 119-125 (Math          ● Math Journal 42-43
Numbers                                   Message and Follow-Up, All of          ● Math Boxes 2.7
Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3          ● Study Link 2.7
1 Day                        Solve and write multi-digit             Mandatory)
addition problems and number          Student Reference Book pgs.10-
stories                                11
 Integrate the Column-Addition          Math Journal pgs. 42-44
method into their strategy base       Transparency # 29
for solving multi-digit addition      Math Masters pgs. 58-59
problems                              High Number Toss
4.MD.1      Lesson 2.8: Displaying Data with a       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 126-131           ● Math Journal pg. 46-48
4.G.1-2     Bar Graph                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 2.8
4.NBT.4                                               All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 2.8
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                optional)
 Measure length to the nearest          Math Journal pgs.45-48
half-centimeter                       Math Masters pg. 60
 Create a bar graph                     Math Masters pgs. 61-63
 Utilize mathematical tools to           (optional)
construct a kite
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                       Unit #2: Using Numbers and Organizing Data
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                               TEACHER’S                          ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.4     Lesson 2.9 : Subtraction of                 Teacher’s Guide pgs. 132-137           ● Math Journal 49-50
Multidigit Numbers                           (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 2.9
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 2.9
Obj: SWBAT                                   optional)
1 Day                        Solve multidigit subtraction              Student Reference Book pgs. 12,
problems                                  15
 Integrate the Partial Product             Math Journal pgs. 49-51
Method into their strategy base          Subtraction Target Practice
for solving multi-digit subtraction      Math Masters pgs. 66-67
problems                                  (optional)

Unit 2 Review                                                                       Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 2 Test                     Unit 2 Assessment                          District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                      Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                    ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.5      Lesson 3.1: What’s My Rule?                Teacher’s Guide 158-162 (Math     ● Math Journal pg. 53
Message and Follow-Up, All of     ● Math Boxes 3.1
Obj: SWBAT                                  Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3     ● Study Link 3.1
1 Day                        Explore “What’s My Rule?”                 optional)
problems                                Math Journal pgs. 53,55
 Identify the in/out numbers in           Math Masters pgs. 73,74
“What’s My Rule?” tables                 (optional)
 Identify the rules in “What’s My         Math Journal pg. 54 (optional)
Rule?” tables                           Transparency #40 (optional)
Ended Questions (Additional                   found in curriculum guide
Lesson – Mandatory)

1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT
 Generate a number pattern that
follows a given rule
 Identify apparent features of the
pattern that were not explicit in
the rule itself (i.e. odd/even
numbers)
 Explain the pattern in words
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                        Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE         CCSS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                          ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.1,4    Lesson 3.2: Multiplication Facts           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 163-168           ● Fact Triangle Sort
4.NBT.5                                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.2
Obj: SWBAT                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.2
1 Day                      Find factors and multiples of             Readiness – Mandatory)
numbers                                 Student Reference Book pg. 16
 Identify square numbers                  Math Journal pgs. 56-57
 Solve multiplication facts               Transparency of Math Masters
 Identify and use patterns in the          pgs. 408-409
Multiplication/Division Facts           Math Masters pg. 76
Tables                                  Name That Number
   Buzz and Bizz-Buzz (optional)

4.OA.1,4    Lesson 3.3: Multiplication Facts           Teacher’s Guide 169-173 (Math          ● Math Journal 58
4.NF.6     Practice                                    Message and Follow-Up, All of          ● Math Boxes 3.3
Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3          ● Study Link 3.3
Obj: SWBAT                                  optional)
1 Day                      Rename a fraction as an                  Math Journal pg. 58
equivalent fraction and as a            Math Masters pg. 78, 410
percent                                 Baseball Multiplication
 Demonstrate quick recall of              Math Masters pgs. 79-80
multiplication facts                     (optional)
 Identify and use patterns in the
Multiplication/Division Facts
Table
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                     Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Composite Numbers (Additional –        found in curriculum guide
1 Day                       Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Find all factor pairs for a whole
number in the range 1-100
 Determine whether a given whole
number in the range 1-100 is
prime or composite
4.OA.1,4     Lesson 3.4: More Multiplication           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 175-179           ● Class Line Graph
4.NF.6      Facts Practice                             (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.4
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.4
Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)
1 Day                        Rename a fraction as an                 Math Journal pg. 60
equivalent fraction and as a           Math Masters pgs. 411,414,416
percent                                Transparency # 25 (optional)
 Demonstrate a quick recall of           Math Masters 83-84 (optional)
multiplication facts
 Use data to construct a line graph
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                     Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S              ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
2 (Additional Mandatory)               found in curriculum guide
1 Day
Obj: SWBAT
 Make a line plot to display a data
set of measurements in fractions
of a unit (1/2, ¼, 1/8)
 Solve problems involving
fractions using information
presented in plots
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                     Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.1     Lesson 3.5: Multiplication and            Teacher’s Guide 180-185 (Math          ● Math Journal pg. 61
4.NBT.6     Division                                   Message and Follow-Up, All of          ● Math Boxes 3.5
Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3          ● Study Link 3.5
Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)
 Demonstrate quick recall of             Student Reference Book pg. 240
1 Day                          multiplication facts                   Math Journal pgs. 60-61
 Explore the relationship between        Transparencies #11, 21, 22
multiplication and division            Math Masters 86
 Apply multiplication and division       Math Masters 418, 470 (optional)
facts and extended facts to solve
problem

Lesson 3.6 (Omitted)

4.MD.1,2     Lesson 3.7: Finding Air Distances         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 192-197           ● Math Journal 64
4.G.2                                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.7
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.7
1 Day                        Plan how to find the shortest air        optional)
distances on a globe                   Math Journal pgs. 64-65
 Estimate the closest city to and        Polygon Pair-Up
the farthest from Washington           Math Masters pgs. 89-90
D.C.                                    (optional)
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                     Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.3     Lesson 3.8: A Guide for Solving          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 198-202           ● Math Journal 66-67
4.NBT.2     Number Stories                            (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.8
4.MD.2                                                All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.8
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                optional)
 Solve and explain strategies for       Student Reference Book pg. 175
solving addition and subtraction      Math Journal pgs. 66-68
number stories                        Transparencies # 1, 36
 Utilize a data table to solve          High-Number Toss
addition and subtraction number       Math Masters pg. 93 (optional)
stories                               Math Masters pg. 92 used in later
lesson
4.OA.1,4     Lesson 3.9: True or False Number         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 203-207           ● Math Journal 69
4.NBT.2      Sentences                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.9
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.9
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                optional)
 Compare whole numbers                  Math Journal pgs. 69-70
 Add, subtract, multiply and divide     Math Masters pgs. 94-96
to solve expressions                   (optional)
 Use conventional notation to           ELL Support Building a Math
write number sentences                 Word Bank- Math Masters pg. 95
 Determine whether a number              (optional)
sentence is true or false
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                     Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.1-3     Lesson 3.10: Parentheses in             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 208-213           ● Math Journal pg. 71
Number Sentences                         (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.10
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.10
Obj: SWBAT                               optional)                              ●Teacher Observation
1 Day                        Differentiate between true and        Math Journal pgs. 71-72                ● Study Island
false number sentences with          Name That Number
parenthesis                          Math Masters pg. 98 (optional)
 Modify number sentences that
have parenthesis
4.OA.1,4     Lesson 3.11: Open Sentences             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 214-219           ● Math Journal pg. 73
4.MD.2                                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 3.11
Obj: SWBAT                               All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 3.11
 Explore the meaning of open            optional)
1 Day                          sentences                            Math Journal pgs. 73-75
 Identify the solution of an open      Transparencies # 6-7
sentence                             Math Masters pg. 101 (optional)
 Determine whether number
sentences are true or false
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                Unit #3: Multiplication and Division; Number Sentences and Algebra

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                   TEACHER’S                    ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Unit 3 Review                                                     Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 3 Test            Unit 3 Assessment                 District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                   Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                          TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                    GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
of Multi-Digit Numbers              found in curriculum guide

Obj: SWBAT
expanded form
4.NBT.1     Lesson 4.1: Decimal Place Value        Teacher’s Guide pgs. 238-243           ● Math Journal pg.78
4.G.2                                             (Math Message and Follow-Up            ● Math Master pg. 107
4.NF.6     Obj: SWBAT                              (All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part    ● Math Boxes 4.1
1 Day                        Extend the place value chart to       3 optional)                            ● Study Link 4.1
decimals                            Math Journal pgs. 78-79
 Identify the value of digits in      Math Masters pg. 107
decimals                            Polygon Pair-Up
 Describe numeric patterns in         Transparencies # 32-33
number lines                        Math Masters pg. 109 (optional)
4.NBT.2     Lesson 4.2: Review of Basic            Teacher’s Guide pgs. 244-249           ● Math Journal pgs. 80-
4.NF.6     Decimal Concepts                        (Math Message and Follow-Up,           81
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 4.2
 Read and write decimals through      Math Journal pgs. 80-81
hundredths                          Math Masters pgs. 110, 426
 Model decimals through               Transparency # 5
hundredths with base-10 blocks      Base-10 Exchange
 Name the fractional part of ONE      Baseball Multiplication
represented by a base-10 block      Math Masters pg. 111 (optional)
 Rename fractions with 10 and
100 in the denominator
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                 Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                   ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.7      Lesson 4.3: Comparing and               Teacher’s Guide pgs. (Math       ● Math Journal pg. 83
Ordering Decimals                        Message and Follow-Up, All of    ● Math Boxes 4.3
Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3    ● Study Link 4.3
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                               optional)
 Model decimals through                Math Journal pgs. 82-84
hundredths with base-10 blocks       Math Masters pg. 467, 506
 Read and write decimals through       Product Pile-Up
hundredths                           Student Reference Book pg. 259
 Rename fractions with 100 in the      Coin Top-It
denominator as decimals
 Compare and order decimals
through hundredths

Lesson 4.4: Estimating with
Decimals (Omitted)

Subtraction of Multi-Digit           found in curriculum guide
Use Math Master pg. 46
Obj: SWBAT
 Fluently add and subtract multi-
digit whole numbers using the
standard algorithm
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                     Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

TIMELINE           CCSS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.2      Lesson 4.5: Decimal Addition and          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 260-265           ● Math Journal pg. 87-88
4.OA.2      Subtraction                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Master pg. 118
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 4.5
1 Day                      Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 4.5
 Model decimals through                  Math Journal pgs. 87-89
hundredths with base-10 blocks         Math Masters pg. 118-119
 Express the values of digits in         Math Masters pgs. 120-121, 427
decimals                                (optional)
 Add and subtract decimals to the
hundredths place and judge the
reasonableness of solutions
4.NF.7     Lesson 4.6: Decimals in Money             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 266-270           ● Math Journal pgs. 90-
4.MD.1-2                                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           91
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 4.6
1 Day                       Read and write decimals through          optional)                              ● Study Link 4.6
hundredths in the context of           Math Journal pgs. 90-92
money                                  Name That Number
 Add and subtract decimals               Transparency # 16
through hundredths in the context      Math Masters pg. 124 (optional)
of money
 Estimate reasonable solutions for
problems
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                    Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

TIMELINE           CCSS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                         TEACHER’S                            ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Lesson 4.7: Thousandths (Omitted)

Decimals with Visual Models           found in curriculum guide

Obj: SWBAT
 Compare two decimals to
hundredths and justify the
conclusions using a visual model
4.MD.1      Lesson 4.8: Metric Units of Length       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 277-282           ● Math Journal pgs. 96
4.NBT.1                                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 4.8
Obj: SWBAT                                All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 4.8
hundredths                            Math Journal pgs. 96-97
 Use extended multiplication facts      Math Masters pg. 129
to convert between metric             Fishing for Digits
measurements                          Math Master pg. 130 (optional)
 Measure objects or distances to
the nearest centimeter
 Describe relationships among
metric units of length
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                      Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.1      Lesson 4.9: Personal References for       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 283-288           ● Math Journal pg. 98-99
4.NF.7      Metric Length                              (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 4.9
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 4.9
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 Readiness - Mandatory)
 Demonstrate use of personal             Math Journal pgs. 98-100
measurement using centimeters          Math Masters pg. 132
references                             Number Top-It
 Estimate, without tools, the
lengths of object or distances in
centimeters, decimeters and
meters
 Measure the length of objects or
distances in centimeters,
decimeters and meters
4.MD.1      Lesson 4.10: Measure in                   Teacher’s Guide pgs. 289- 293          ● Math Journal pgs.
4.OA.2      Millimeters                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 4.10
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 4. 10
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)
 Measure lengths in millimeters          Math Journal pgs. 101-104
and centimeters                        Math Masters pg. 429
 Convert between metric                  Math Masters pgs. 133-134
measurement using extended              (optional)
multiplication facts
 Describe the relationship among
metric units of length
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                       Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

TIMELINE          CCSS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                               TEACHER’S                  ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Units and Quantities (Additional –            found in curriculum guide
Mandatory)
1 Day
Obj: SWBAT
 Know relative sizes of
measurement units within one
system of units including km, m,
cm; kg, g; lb, oz; l, ml; hr, min,
sec.
 Record above measurement
equivalents in a two-column table
 Represent measurement quantities
using diagrams such as number
line diagrams that feature a
measurement scale
Place Value and Division                   found in curriculum guide
1 Day
Obj: SWBAT
 Recognize that in a multi-digit
whole number, a digit in one
place represents ten times what it
represents in the place to its right.
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                         Unit #4: Decimals and Their Uses

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MATERIALS
Unit 4 Review                                                  Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 4 Test        District Unit 4 Assessment         District Test found in
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1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                 Unit #5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation
TIMELINE           CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                            ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.1-2     Lesson 5.1: Extended Multiplication           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 314-319 (Math   ● Math Journal pg. 106-107
4.NBT.1,5    Facts                                          Message and Follow-Up, All of Part   ● Math Boxes 5.1
4.MD.1                                                     1, All of Part 2, Part 3 optional)   ● Study Link 5.1
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 Math Journal pgs. 98, 106-108
 Develop a rule for multiplying ones      Transparency # 23
by tens and tens by tens                Beat the Calculator
 Develop a list of personal references    Multiplication Top-It
for customary units of length           Math Masters pg. 430 (optional)
Division Number Stories (Additional –     in curriculum guide
1 Day                       Mandatory)
Use Math Masters pg. 92
Obj: SWBAT
 Write and identify equations and
statements for multiplicative
comparisons
 Multiply or divide to solve number
stories involving symbols for the
unknown variable
 Identify when to use multiplication
and when to use addition in a given
number story
4.NBT.2,5    Lesson 5.2: Multiplication Wrestling         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 320-324 (Math    ● Math Journal pgs. 109
4.MD.2                                                    Message and Follow-Up, All of Part    ● Math Boxes 5.2
Obj: SWBAT                                    1, All of Part 2, Part 3 optional)    ● Study Link 5.2
1 Day                        Write numbers in expanded notation         Math Journal pgs. 109-110
 Add multi-digit numbers                    Student Reference Book pg. 253
 Use basic facts to compute extended        Transparency # 24
facts                                     Math Masters pgs. 141-142
 Solve multi-digit multiplication            (optional)
problems
 Use the Distributive Property of
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                              Unit #5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.1,2     Lesson 5.3: Estimating Sums               Teacher’s Guide pgs. 325-330           ● Math Journal pg. 113
4.OA.3                                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 5.3
4.NBT.3      Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 5.3
1 Day                        Estimate sums                            optional)
 Compare appropriate situations          Math Journal pgs. 111-113
for the use of exact answers and       Math Masters pg. 143
estimates                              Math Masters pgs. 145-146
 Use a travel map to find driving         (optional)
time and distance
4.OA.3      Lesson 5.4: Estimating Products           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 331-336           ● Math Journal pgs. 114-
4.NBT.3                                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           115
4.MD.1-2     Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 5.4
1 Day                        Solve problems involving                 optional)                              ● Study Link 5.4
products where factors are             Math Journal pgs. 114-116
multiples of 10, 100, 1000 and so      Math Masters pg. 147
on                                     Math Masters pgs. 149-150
 Estimate whether a product is in         (optional)
the tens, hundreds, thousands or       Multiplication Wrestling
more
 Explore meanings of average
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                              Unit #5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.OA.2     Lesson 5.5: Partial Products              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 337-342           ● Math Journal pgs.
4.NBT.2,5    Multiplication (Part1)                     (Math Message and Follow-Up,           118,120
4.MD.1                                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 5.6
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 5.6
 Write numbers in expanded               Math Journal pgs. 117-118,120
notation                               Math Masters pg. 403
 Add multi-digit numbers                 Transparencies # 2-3
 Use basic facts to compute              Math Masters pgs. 152-153
extended facts                          (optional)
 Use the partial-products
algorithm to solve multiplication
problems with 1-digit multipliers
 Estimate whether a product is in
the tens, hundreds, thousands or
more
4.OA.2,3    Lesson 5.6: Partial Products              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 343-348           ● Math Journal pgs. 122-
4.NBT.2-3,5   Multiplication (Part 2)                    (Math Message and Follow-Up,           123
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 5.6
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 5.6
 Write numbers in expanded               Name That Number
notation                               Math Journal pgs. 121-123
 Use the partial-products                Math Masters pgs. 155-156
algorithm to solve multiplication       (optional)
problems with 2-digit multipliers
 Estimate whether a product is in
the tens, hundreds, thousands or
more
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                               Unit #5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.2,5    Lesson 5.7: Lattice Multiplication       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 349-354             ● Math Journal pg. 124-
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           125
Obj: SWBAT                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 5.7
1 Day                        Add single digit numbers                  optional)                              ● Study Link 5.7
 Solve basic multiplication facts       Math Journal pgs. 124-125
 Use the lattice method to solve        Math Masters pg. 434
multiplication problems with 1        Transparency # 17
and 2 digit multipliers               Multiplication Top-It
 Math Masters pgs. 158, 161
(optional)
Number Stories with Variables           found in curriculum guide

Obj: SWBAT
 Solve multi-step number stories
using the 4 operations, using
equations with a letter standing
for the unknown quantity
4.NBT.1-2    Lesson 5.8: Big Numbers                    Teacher’s Guide pgs. 355-360           ● Math Journal pgs. 126-
4.MD.2                                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           127
4.OA.2-3    Obj: SWBAT                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 5.8
1 Day                        Read and write whole numbers to           optional)                              ● Study Link 5.8
hundred billions                        Student Reference Book pg. 4
 Identify digits and their values in      Math Journal pgs. 126-128
whole numbers to hundred                Math Masters pg. 162
billions                                High Number Toss
 Use multiplication to solve a            Math Masters pgs. 164-165
multi-step problem                       (optional)
 Analyze data
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                      Unit #5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.1-2    Lesson 5.9: Powers of 10                   Teacher’s Guide pgs. 361-366           ● Math Journal pg. 130
4.G.2                                                  (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 5.10
Obj: SWBAT                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 5.10
1 Day                        Read and write large numbers as           optional)
well as identify the digits and         Math Journal pgs. 130-131
their values                            Student Reference Book pg. 271
 Use exponential and expanded             Transparency # 30
notations to represent the powers       Polygon Pair-Up
of 10                                   Math Masters pg. 168 (optional)
 Identify and describe patterns in a
place-value table
4.NBT.3     Lesson 5.10: Rounding and                  Teacher’s Guide pgs. 367-372           ● Math Journal pg. 132
4.OA.4     Reporting Large Numbers                     (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 5.10
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 5.10
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                  optional)
SWBAT                                      Math Journal pgs. 132-133
 Read and write large numbers as          Math Masters pgs. 410,414,and
well as identify the digits and          416
their values
 Describe the differences between
estimates and exact counts
 Round large numbers to a given
place
 Use data presented in a table
 Demonstrate quick recall of
multiplication facts
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                   Unit #5: Big Numbers, Estimation, and Computation
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                     ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Understanding (Additional –           found in curriculum guide
2 Days                      Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Use place value understanding to
round multi-digit whole numbers
to any place
 Explain and reason about the
answers they get when they round
4.NBT.2     Lesson 5.11: Comparing Data              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 373-377      ● Math Journal pg. 134
4.OA.3                                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,      ● Math Boxes 5.11
4.MD.2      Obj: SWBAT                                All of Part1, All of Part 2 -     ● Study Link 5.11
1 Day                        Read and write large numbers            “Updating the World Tour” omit;
 Develop the meaning of percent          Part 3 Mandatory)
as per 100                            Math Journal pgs. 134-135
 Compare large numbers                  Student Reference Book pg. 252,
 Use a table of information to           255, 304
compare data                          Number Top-It
Unit 5 Review                                                               Observation
1 Day                                                                                                   Completed Work

District Unit 5 Test                  Unit 5 Assessment                     District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                    Unit #6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles
4.OA.2-3     Lesson 6.1: Multiplication and                 Teacher’s Guide pgs. 400-405 (Math   ● Math Journal pg. 138-139
4.NBT.2,5-6    Division Number Stories                         Message and Follow-Up, All of Part   ● Math Boxes 6.1
1, All of Part 2, Part 3 optional)   ● Study Link 6.1
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                     Math Journal pgs. 137-140
 Describe the inverse relationship            Transparency # 20
between multiplication and division         Division Arrays
 Solve multiplication number stories          Student Reference Book pg. 240
and extended multiplication facts            (optional)
 Use repeated addition, skip counting         Math Masters pg. 470 (optional)
and arrays to model multiplication
 Write number models to represent
multiplication and division number
stories
Open Ended Questions (Additional –          in curriculum guide
2 Days                       Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Multiply a whole number of up to 4-
digits by a 1-digit whole number
 Illustrate and explain the calculation
using equations, rectangular arrays
and/or area models
4.OA.1-4     Lesson 6.2: Strategies for Division            Teacher’s Guide pgs. 406-411 (Math   ● Math Journal pgs. 142-
4.NBT.1,2,6                                                   Message and Follow-Up, All of Part   143
Obj: SWBAT                                      1, All of Part 2, Part 3 optional)   ● Math Boxes 6.2
1 Day                        Identify, add and use multiples of 10        Math Journal pgs. 141-143            ● Study Link 6.2
 Apply extended multiplication facts          Math Masters pg. 179 (optional)
to long-division situations                 Buzz and Bizz-Buzz
 Solve equal grouping division
number stories
 Write number models (including
variables) to represent multiplication
and division number stories
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                               Unit #6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.6      Lesson 6.3: The Partial-Quotients          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 412-418           ● Math Journal pg. 144-
4.OA.2-3     Division Algorithm, Part 1                  (Math Message and Follow-Up,           145
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 6.3
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                  optional)                              ● Study Link 6.3
 Identify, add and use multiples of       Math Journal pgs. 145-147
10                                     Transparency # 10
 Subtract multi-digit numbers             Division Dash
 Apply extended multiplication            Student Reference Book pg. 241
facts to long-division situations      Math Masters pg. 181 (optional)
 Solve equal grouping situations
 Solve problems involving basic
skills with decimals
4.OA.2-3     Lesson 6.4: Expressing and                 Teacher’s Guide pgs. 419-424           ● Math Journal pgs. 148-
4.NBT.6      Interpreting Remainders                     (Math Message and Follow-Up,           149
4.NF.6                                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 6.4
1 Day           4.MD.2      Obj: SWBAT                                  Mandatory)                             ● Study Link 6.4
 Use multiples to solve division          Math Journal pgs. 148-150
problems                                Math Masters pgs. 183-184
 Solve division number stories and        Division Dash
interpret remainders
 Use arrays to model division
 Write number models to represent
division number stories
 Write number models containing
grouping symbols
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                              Unit #6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles
TIMELINE          CCSS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.2,5a-b    Lesson 6.5: Rotations and Angles         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 425-430           ● Math Journal pg. 152-
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           154
Obj: SWBAT                                All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 6.5
2 Days                        Use multiples of 30                     optional)                              ● Study Link 6.5
 Form angles of a given measure         Math Journal pgs. 151-154
 Describe right angles                  Math Masters pgs. 186-189
 Rotate objects a given numbers of       (optional)
degrees                               Robot (optional)
 Investigate the relationship
between rotations and degrees

4.MD.5a-b,6-7   Lesson 6.6: Using a Full-Circle          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 431-436           ● Math Journal pg.156
Protractor                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 6.6
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 6.6
1 Day                        Obj: SWBAT                                optional)
 Draw and measure angles with a         Math Journal pgs. 155-156
full circle protractor                Student Reference Book pgs.
 Describe a circle as having 360         92,142
degrees                               Transparency #13
 Rotate objects a given number of       Angle Tangle
degrees                               Student Reference Book pg. 230
   Math Masters pg. 191 (optional)
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                               Unit #6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles
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MATERIALS
4.MD.5a-b,6-7   Lesson 6.7: The Half-Circle               Teacher’s Guide pgs. 437-442          ● Math Journal pg. 157-
4.G.1        Protractor                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,          158
All of Part 1, All of Part 2 (World   ● Math Boxes 6.7
1 Day                        Obj: SWBAT                                 Tour optional), Part 3 optional)      ● Study Link 6.7
 Use reference points to estimate        Math Journal pgs. 157-159
the measures of angles                 Math Masters pg. 193 (optional)
 Use a half-circle protractor to
measure and draw angles (right,
acute and obtuse)
 Classify angles according to their
measure
Lesson 6.8: Rectangular
Coordinate Grids for Maps
(Omitted)
Subtracting Angles (Additional –       found in curriculum guide
1 Day                        Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Break apart (decompose) angles
into smaller parts
problems to find unknown angles
on a diagram in real world and
mathematical problems, using an
equation with a symbols for the
unknown angle measure
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                              Unit #6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles
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OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Lesson 6.9 Global Coordinate Grid
System (Omitted)

4.NBT.6     Lesson 6.10 The Partial-Quotients         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 455-459           ● Math Journal pgs. 166-
4.OA.3     Division Algorithm, Part 2                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           167
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 6.10
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 6.10
 Identify, use and add multiples of      Math Journal pgs. 166-168
10                                     Math Masters pg. 438
 Subtract multi-digit numbers            Division Dash
 Apply extended multiplication
facts to long division situations
 Solve equal-grouping division
number stories and problems,
using variables for the unknown
number
Dividend Open Ended Questions          found in curriculum guide
1 Day
Obj: SWBAT
 Find whole number quotient and
remainders with up to 4-digit
dividends and one-digit divisors
 Illustrate and explain the
calculation using equations,
rectangular arrays and/or area
models
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                   Unit #6: Division; Map Reference Frames; Measure of Angles

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MATERIALS
Unit 6 Review                                                 Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 6 Test        Unit 6 Assessment                 District Test found in
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1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                                TEACHER’S                       ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                          GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.3a-b    Lesson 7.1: Review of Basic                  Teacher’s Guide pgs. 570-575         ● Math Journal pg. 185-
Fraction Concepts                             (Math Message and Follow-Up,         187
All of Part 1, All of Part, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 7.1
 Identify fractions as equal parts of       Math Journal pgs. 185-188
a whole or the ONE and solve              Student Reference Book pg. 43
problems involving fractional             Math Masters pg. 204-205
parts of regions                          Product Pile-Up
 Identify equivalent fractions and          Math Masters pg. 206 (optional)
mixed numbers
 Identify two-dimensional shapes
 Find fractions and mixed numbers
on a number line

4.NF.4c     Lesson 7.2: Fractions of Sets                Teacher’s Guide pgs. 576-580         ● Math Journal pgs. 189-
4.MD.2                                                    (Math Message and Follow-Up,         190
Obj: SWBAT                                    All of Part 1, Part 2 Omit “World    ● Math Boxes 7.2
1 Day                        Solve problems involving                    Tour”, Part 3 Mandatory)             ● Study Link 7.2
fractional parts of collections           Math Journal pgs. 189-191
 Identify the whole or the ONE              Math Master pg. 208,479
when given the “fraction-of”              “Fraction of”
 Identify equivalent fractions
 Use an equal-sharing division
strategy
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                              Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NBT.4     Lesson 7.3: Probabilities When             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 581-586           ● Math Journal pg. 192
Outcomes Are Equally Likely                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 7.3
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 7.3
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                  optional)
 Add fractions with like                  Math Journal pgs.192-193
denominators                            Math Masters pg. 210-211
 Use basic probability terms to            (optional)
describe and compare the
likelihood of an event
 Predict the outcome of an
experiment
 Express the probability of an
event as a fraction
4.NF.2,3a-b   Lesson 7.4: Pattern-Block Fractions        Teacher’s Guide pgs. 587-591           ● Math Journal pgs. 194-
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           196
Obj: SWBAT                                  All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 7.4
1 Day                        Identify the whole or the ONE             optional)                              ● Study Link 7.4
 Find fractional parts of polygonal       Math Journal pgs. 194-197
regions                                 Transparency # 34
 Identify equivalent fractions            Math Master pgs. 214-215
 Model fraction addition with              (optional)
pattern blocks
 Identify two-dimensional shapes
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                                TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                          GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.3a-d    Lesson 7.5: Fraction Addition and            Teacher’s Guide pgs. 592-597           ● Math Journal pg. 198
4.MD.6      Subtraction                                   (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 7.5
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 7.5
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                    optional)
 Identify the whole or the ONE              Math Journal pgs. 198-199
 Represent fractions with pattern           Angle Tangle
blocks                                    Math Masters pgs. 217, 393
 Identify equivalent fractions               (optional)
subtraction with pattern blocks
 Identify two-dimensional shapes
4.NF.1-2     Lesson 7.6: Many Names for                   Teacher’s Guide pgs. 598-602           ● Math Journal pgs. 342-
Fractions                                     (Math Message and Follow-Up,           343
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part     ● Math Boxes 7.6
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                    3- Mandatory)                          ● Study Link 7.6
 Identify fractional parts of regions       Math Journal pgs. 342-343, 200
 Name and find equivalent                   Student Reference Book pgs. 243,
fractions                                  249
 Use patterns in a table to find            Math Master pgs. 220-222, 473-
equivalent fractions                       476
   Fraction Match
   Grab Bag
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                                TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                          GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.1-2     Lesson 7.7: Equivalent Fractions             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 603-608           ● Math Journal pg. 201,
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           342-343
Obj: SWBAT                                    All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 7.7
1 Day                        Identify fractional parts of regions        optional)                              ● Study Link 7.7
 Name equivalent fractions                  Math Journal pgs. 201,342-343
 Use and develop rules for                  Student Reference Book pg. 243
generating equivalent fractions           Math Masters pg. 225
   Fraction Match
   Math Masters pgs. 224,397
(optional)
4.NF.5-6     Lesson 7.8: Fractions and Decimals           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 609-614           ● Math Journal pgs. 203
4.OA.4                                                    (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 7.8
Obj: SWBAT                                    All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 7.8
1 Day                        Read and write decimals through             optional)
hundredths                                Math Journal pgs. 203-204
 Represent a shaded region as a             Math Masters pgs. 412, 414, 416,
fraction and a decimal                     and 426
 Rename fractions with 10 and               Math Master pgs. 227,442
100 in the denominator as                  (optional)
decimals
 Use fraction notation and equal
sharing to solve division
problems
 Demonstrate quick recall of
multiplication facts
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                 Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability
TIMELINE           CCSS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                          TEACHER’S                              ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                    GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.1-2,3a,d   Lesson 7.9: Comparing Fractions      Teacher’s Guide pgs. 615-620                  ● Math Journal pg. 205-
4.NF.5                                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,                206
Obj: SWBAT                              All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3        ● Math Boxes 7.9
1 Day                          Compare and order fractions and       optional)                                   ● Study Link 7.9
explain the strategies used       Math Journal pgs. 205-207
 Use patterns to compare and order  Fraction Top-It
fractions                         Math Masters pg. 230 (optional)
 Omit “Over and Up Squares”
Denominators (Additional –          found in curriculum guide
1 Day                         Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Find a common denominator to
denominators 10 and 100

4.NF.2       Lesson 7.10: The ONE for                    Teacher’s Guide pgs. 621-625           ● Math Journal pgs. 208-
Fractions                                    (Math Message and Follow-Up,           209
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 7.10
1 Day                         Obj: SWBAT                                   optional)                              ● Study Link 7.10
 Given a fractional part of a region       Math Journal pgs. 208-210
and a collection, name the ONE           Math Masters pg. 506
 Identify two-dimensional shapes           Getting to One
   Math Master pg. 232 (optional)
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                              Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                              TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                        GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.2      Lesson 7.11: Probability, Fractions,       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 626-631           ● Math Journal pg. 211
and Spinners                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 7.11
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 7.11
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                  optional)
 Name the fractional parts of             Math Journal pgs. 211-212
regions                                 Math Masters pg. 233
 Use equivalent fractions to design       Math Masters pg. 237 (optional)
spinners                                 Omit “Chances Are”
Using probability language not a
main focus
4.NBT.2     Lesson 7.12: A Cube-Drop                   Teacher’s Guide pgs. 632-637           ● Math Journal pgs. 213-
Experiment                                  (Math Message and Follow-Up,           216
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 7.12
 Rename fractions as percents             Math Journal pgs. 213-217
 Conduct a cube drop experiment           Math Masters pg. 240
and use fractions and percents to       Math Master pgs. 241-242 and
predict outcomes                         388-389 (optional)
 Compare predicted outcomes and
actual results of experiment
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                   Unit #7: Fractions and Their Uses; Chance and Probability

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                TEACHER’S                   ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:             GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Unit 7 Review                                                 Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 7 Test         Unit 7 Assessment                District Test found in
Curriculum
1 Day
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TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                               TEACHER’S                  ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                         GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Subtracting Fractions (Additional –      found in curriculum guide
Mandatory)
5 days
Obj: SWBAT
subtraction of fractions as joining
and separating parts referring to
the same whole
 Decompose a fraction into a sum
of fractions with the same
denominator in more than one
way; Justify decompositions by
using a visual fraction model
 Add and subtract mixed numbers
with like denominators
 Solve number stories involving
fractions referring to the same
whole and having like
denominators
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Fractions (Additional – Mandatory) found in curriculum guide
5 days
Obj: SWBAT
 Understand a fraction a/b as a
multiple of 1/b
 Extend the idea of multiplication
of a fraction 1/b as repeated
 Solve number stories involving
multiplication of a fraction by a
whole number, using visual
fraction models and equations to
represent the equation
1 Day           4.MD.4      Additional Lesson: Line Plots Part     Additional – Mandatory: Material
3 (Additional – Mandatory)             found in curriculum guide

Obj: SWBAT
 Make a line plot to display a data
set of measurements in fractions
of a unit (1/2, ¼, 1/8)
 Solve problems involving
fractions using information
presented in plots
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                   Unit # 8: Perimeter and Area

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                          TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                    GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.2-3     Lesson 8.1: Kitchen Layouts and        Teacher’s Guide pgs. 658-              ● Math Journal pgs. 220-
4.NF.1-2     Perimeter                               663(Math Message and Follow-           222
Up, All of Part 1, All of Part 2,      ● Math Boxes 8.1
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                              Part 3 optional)                       ● Study Link 8.1
 Measure distances in feet and        Math Journal pgs. 219-223
inches                              Fraction Match
 Calculate the perimeter of a         Math Master pgs. 248-249
triangle                             (optional)
 Add mixed units and convert
between feet and inches
4.MD.1-2     Lesson 8.2: Scale Drawings             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 664-669           ● Math Journal pgs.224-
4.OA.4                                              (Math Message and Follow-Up,           225
Obj: SWBAT                              All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 8.2
1 Day                        Create a rough floor plan and a       optional)                              ● Study Link 8.2
scale drawing of the classroom      Math Journal pgs. 224-226
 Measure to the nearest foot          Transparency # 15
 Demonstrate quick recall of          Math Masters pg. 414
multiplication facts                Math Master pgs. 251-252
(optional)
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                               Unit #8: Perimeter and Area

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.3      Lesson 8.3: Area                          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 670-674           ● Math Journal pg. 227
4.NF.2                                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 8.3
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 8.3
1 Day                        Use a scale drawing to estimate          optional)
the area of the classroom              Math Journal pgs. 227-228
 Identify polygons                       Student Reference Book pg. 133
 Find the areas of polygons, using       Math Masters pg. 437 (optional)
squares
4.MD.1-3     Lesson 8.4: What is the Area of My        Teacher’s Guide pgs. 675-680           ● Math Journal pgs. 230
Skin?                                      (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 8.4
All of Part 1, All of Part 2 (Omit     ● Study Link 8.4
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 World Tour), Part 3 optional)
 Use the terms “estimate” and            Math Journal pgs. 229-230
“guess”                                Math Masters 388-389, 444
 Use an estimate to judge the             (optional)
reasonableness of a solution
 Count squares and partial squares
or use a formula to estimate area
 Convert between square inches
and square feet
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                               Unit #8: Perimeter and Area

TIMELINE          CCSS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.3      Lesson 8.5: Formula for the Area of       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 681-686           ● Math Journal pgs. 232-
a Rectangle                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           234
All of Part 1, All of Part 2 – Omit    ● Math Boxes 8.5
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 Using a Coordinate Grid, Part 3 -      ● Study Link 8.5
 Rename fractions as decimals             Mandatory)
 Count unit squares or use a             Math Journal pgs. 232, 233, 235
formula to find the area of a          Math Masters pgs. 257-259
rectangle                              Math Journal pg. 234 - Omit
 Use patterns in a table to develop
a formula for the area of a
rectangles

4.MD.3      Lesson 8.6: Formula for the Area of       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 687-692           ● Math Journal pgs. 236-
4.G.1      a Parallelogram                            (Math Message and Follow-Up,           238
4.NF.4c                                                All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 8.6
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 8.6
 Find the area of a rectangle            Math Journal pgs. 236-239
 Calculate perimeter                     Fraction of…
 Identify perpendicular line             Math Masters 263-264, 437
segments and right angles               (optional)
 Describe properties of
parallelograms
 Use formula for the area of a
rectangle to find the area of a
parallelogram
 Find fractions of collections
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                               Unit #8: Perimeter and Area
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.4c     Lesson 8.7: Formula for the Area of       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 693-698           ● Math Journal pgs. 240-
a Triangle                                 (Math Message and Follow-Up,           243
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 8.7
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 8.7
 Find the areas of rectangles            Math Journal pgs. 240-244
 Use formula for finding the area        Transparency # 14
of rectangles to find the area of      Math Masters pg. 267-268
triangles                               (optional)
 Identify perpendicular line
segments and right angles
 Describe properties and types of
triangles
 Identify fractional parts of
number lines, collections of
objects and regions
4.MD.2      Lesson 8.8: Geographical Area             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 699-703           ● Math Journal pgs. 245
4.OA.2-3     Measurements                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 8.8
4.NBT.3                                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 8.8
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)
 Use division to compare two             Math Journal pgs. 245-246
quantities with like units             Math Master pg. 271-273
 Estimate and compare area                (optional)
measurements                           Omit Grab Bag
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                                       Unit #8: Perimeter and Area
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                         TEACHER’S                   ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                   GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Perimeter Open Ended Questions     found in curriculum guide

Obj: SWBAT
 Apply the area and perimeter
questions
Unit 8 Review                                                          Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 8 Test               Unit 8 Assessment                   District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                            Unit #9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
TIMELINE           CCSS              SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.1,6    Lesson 9.1 Fractions, Decimals, and      Teacher’s Guide pgs. 722-727           ● Math Journal pgs. 248-
Percents                                  (Math Message and Follow-Up,           250
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 9.1
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                optional)                              ● Study Link 9.1
 Name the “whole” or the ONE            Math Journal pgs. 248-250
 Solve “percent of” problems            Fraction Match
 Rename fractions with                  Math Masters pg. 281 (optional)
denominators of 100 as decimals
 Find equivalent names for
percents
 Name equivalent fractions
Number Line (Additional –             found in curriculum guide
1 Day                       Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Locate and indicate decimals on a
number line
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                               Unit #9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
TIMELINE           CCSS                SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.1,3b,5-6   Lesson 9.2 Converting “Easy”              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 728-733           ● Math Journal pgs. 252-
4.MD.3       Fractions to Decimals and Percents         (Math Message and Follow-Up,           253
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 9.2
1 Day                         Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 9.2
 Find the fraction and percent of a      Math Journal pgs. 252-254
collection and a region                Math Master pgs. 498-502
 Solve “percent-of” problems             Rugs and Fences
 Rename fractions with                   Student Reference Book pgs.
denominators of 100 as decimals         260-261
 Find equivalent names for               Math Masters pgs. 282-283
percents                                (optional)
 Find area and perimeter of a
polygon
4.NF.6       Lesson 9.3 Using a Calculator to          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 734-738           ● Math Journal pgs. 255
Convert Fractions to Percents              (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 9.3
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 9.3
1 Day                         Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)
 Explore and describe patterns in        Math Journal pg. 255
terminating and repeating              Math Master pgs. 481-482
decimals                               Fraction/Percent Concentration
 Use a calculator to rename              Student Reference Book pg. 246
fractions as decimals                  Math Masters pg. 446 (optional)
4.NF.6       Lesson 9.4 Using a Calculator to          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 739-743           ● Math Journal pgs. 256-
Rename Fractions as Percents               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           258
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 9.4
1 Day                         Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 9.4
 Solve number stories involving          Math Journal pgs. 256-259
discounts                              Math Master pgs. 286-287
 Name the whole, or the ONE               (optional)
 Use a calculator to rename
fractions as percents
 Rename any decimal as percent
 Use data to create a bar graph
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                             Unit #9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.6      Lesson 9.5 Conversions among              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 744-749           ● Math Journal pgs. 342-
Fractions, Decimals, and Percents          (Math Message and Follow-Up,           343
All of Part 1, All of Part 2 (World    ● Math Boxes 9.5
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 Tour Omit), Part 3 optional)           ● Study Link 9.5
 Read and use large numbers              Math Journal pgs. 342-343
 Explore terminating and repeating       Student Reference Book pgs. 271,
decimals                               281
 Use a calculator to rename              Math Masters pg. 289 (optional)
fractions as percents; Rename
decimals as percents by
multiplying by 100; Round to the
nearest whole-number percent
 Compare two quantities with like
units using division
4.NF.6     Lesson 9.6 Comparing the Results          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 750-755           ● Math Journal pgs. 261
4.NBT.4     of a Survey                                (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 9.6
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 9.6
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)
 Use a calculator to convert             Math Journal pgs. 261-262
fractions to percents                  Math Masters pgs. 290, 410, 414
 Compare fractions with unlike            and 416
denominators                           Transparency # 38
 Create a table and tally chart          Math Masters pgs. 292, 403
 Analyze survey results and make          (optional)
predictions
 Demonstrate quick recall of
multiplication facts
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                            Unit #9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.NF.7      Lesson 9.7 Comparing Population          Teacher’s Guide pgs. 756-761           ● Math Journal pgs. 264-
Data                                      (Math Message and Follow-Up,           266
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 9.7
2 Days                      Obj: SWBAT                                optional)                              ● Study Link 9.7
 Interpret “percent of” data            Math Journal pgs. 263-266
 Order data reported as percents        Student Reference Book pgs.
 Create a table, chart and map to        300-301
display data and interpret data       Math Master pg. 293
   Math Masters pg. 295 (optional)
4.NBT.5     Lesson 9.8 Multiplication of             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 762-767           ● Math Journal pgs. 268
Decimals                                  (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 9.8
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 9.8
1 Day                        Obj: SWBAT                               optional)
 Identify place values in decimals      Math Journal pgs. 267-269
through hundredths                    Over and Up Squares
 Multiply decimals by whole             Math Master pgs. 297, 114
numbers                                (optional)
 Round decimals and estimate
products
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                      Unit #9: Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                     TEACHER’S                    ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                  GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Lesson 9.9 Division of Decimals
(Omit)

Unit 9 Review                                                       Observation
Completed Work

1 Day
District Unit 9 Test              Unit 9 Assessment                 District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                           Unit #10: Reflections and Symmetry
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.G.3      Lesson 10.1: Explorations with a        Teacher’s Guide pgs. 794-798           ● Math Journal pg. 275
Transparent Mirror                       (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 10.1
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 10.1
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                               optional)
 Describe properties of congruent      Math Journal pgs. 274-275
figures                              Math Master pgs. 304-305
 Identify, describe and sketch         Omit “Over and Up Squares”
reflections of two-dimensional
figures
 Solve problems involving spatial
visualization
4.G.3      Lesson 10.2: Finding Lines of           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 799-804           ● Math Journal pg. 276
Reflection                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 10.2
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 10.2
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                               optional)
 Describe properties of congruent      Math Journal pgs. 276-277
figures, right angles and            Math Journal 2 Activity Sheets 7-
perpendicular lines                   8
 Explore lines of reflection and       Math Masters pg. 308 (optional)
reflected images
 Solve problems involving spatial
visualization
 Estimate the measure of angles
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                           Unit #10: Reflections and Symmetry
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.G.3      Lesson 10.3: Properties of              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 805-809           ● Math Journal pg. 278
Reflections                              (Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 10.3
All of Part 1, Part 2 (Omit World      ● Study Link 10.3
2 Days                      Obj: SWBAT                               Tour Option), Part 3 optional)
 Measure length                        Math Journal pg. 278
 Draw and describe congruent           Student Reference Book pg.
figures                              Math Master pg. 309
 Explore basic properties of
reflections
 Solve problems involving spatial
visualization
4.G.3      Lesson 10.4: Line Symmetry              Teacher’s Guide pgs. 810-815           ● Math Journal pg. 279
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Math Boxes 10.4
Obj: SWBAT                               All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Study Link 10.4
1 Day                        Identify polygons and describe         optional)
properties of regular polygons       Math Journal pgs. 279-280
 Identify and draw lines of            Math Masters pgs. 311-314
symmetry                             Math Master pgs. 316-317
 Solve problems involving spatial       (optional)
visualization
 Describe rules for patterns and
use them to solve problems
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                          Unit #10: Reflections and Symmetry
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                 ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Symmetry (Additional –               found in curriculum guide
Mandatory)

Obj: SWBAT
 Identify line symmetric figures
and draw lines of symmetry
Lesson 10.5: Frieze Patterns
(Omitted)

0 Days

Lesson 10.6: Positive and Negative
Numbers (Omitted)

0 Days
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                      Unit #10: Reflections and Symmetry
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT             TEACHER’S                     ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:          GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
Unit 10 Review                                               Observation
Completed Work

1 Day

District Unit 10 Test     Unit 10 Assessment                 District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                     Unit #11: 3-D Shapes, Weight, Volume, and Capacity
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.1-2     Lesson 11.1: Weight                       Teacher’s Guide pgs. 848-853           ● Math Journal pgs. 286-
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           287
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, Part 2 Omit World       ● Math Boxes 11.1
1 Day                        Estimate weight with and without         Tour, Part 3 optional)                 ● Study Link 11.1
tools                                  Math Journal pgs. 286-288
 Describe relationships among            Transparency # 27
metric units of weight                 Math Masters pg. 389 (optional)
 Convert between metric and
customary units of weight
 Extend numeric patterns
4.MD.1-2     Lesson 11.2: Geometric Solids             Teacher’s Guide pgs. 854-859           ● Math Journal pgs. 289-
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           291
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 11.2
1 Day                        Identify parallel and intersecting       optional)                              ● Study Link 11.2
line segments and planes               Math Journal pgs. 289-292
 Describe, compare and classify          Student Reference Book pg. 101
plane and solid figures                Math Master pgs. 389-390
 Identify congruent faces                 (optional)
 Construct a rectangular prism
 Determine how many coins make
an ounce
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                     Unit #11: 3-D Shapes, Weight, Volume, and Capacity

TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                             TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.1-3     Lesson 11.3: Constructing                 Teacher’s Guide pgs. 860-865           ● Math Journal pgs. 293
Geometric Solids                           (Math Message and Follow-Up,           & 295
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 11.3
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                 optional)                              ● Study Link 11.3
 Identify parallel and intersecting      Math Journal pgs. 293-296
line segments and parallel faces       Student Reference Book pg. 102
 Describe, compare, and classify         Math Masters pgs. 389 and 444
plane and solid figures                 (optional)
 Identify congruent faces
 Construct polyhedrons; sketch
two-dimensional representations
of polyhedrons
4.MD.1      Lesson 11.4: A Volume Exploration         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 866-871           ● Math Boxes 11.4
(Math Message and Follow-Up,           ● Study Link 11.4
Obj: SWBAT                                 All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3
1 Day                        Use multiplication to solve              optional)
volume problems                        Math Journal pgs. 297
 Find the area of the base of a          Student Reference Book pg. 137
rectangular prism                      Math Masters pg. 389 (optional)
 Calculate the surface area of a
rectangular prism
 Write number models with
parentheses
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                    Unit #11: 3-D Shapes, Weight, Volume, and Capacity
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                            TEACHER’S                         ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                      GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.1-2     Lesson 11.5: A Formula for the           Teacher’s Guide pgs. 872- 877          ● Math Journal
Volume of Rectangular Prisms              (Math Message and Follow-Up,           pgs.298,300-302
All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 11.5
1 Day                       Obj: SWBAT                                optional)                              ● Study Link 11.5
 Find the area of the base and          Math Journal pgs. 298-302
surface of a rectangular prism        Math Master pg. 332, 388
 Count unit cubes and use a              (optional)
formula to find the area of a         Omit Chances Are
rectangular prism
 Solve problems involving spatial
visualization
 Describe a rule for a pattern and
use the rule to solve problems
 Write number models with
parentheses

Lesson 11.6 Subtraction of Positive
and Negative Numbers (Omitted)

0 Days
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                                   Unit #11: 3-D Shapes, Weight, Volume, and Capacity
TIMELINE          CCSS               SKILLS/ CONTENT                           TEACHER’S                          ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:                     GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS
4.MD.1-2     Lesson 11.7 Capacity and Weight         Teacher’s Guide pgs. 884-889           ● Math Journal pgs. 305-
4.OA.3                                               (Math Message and Follow-Up,           306
Obj: SWBAT                               All of Part 1, All of Part 2, Part 3   ● Math Boxes 11.7
1 Day                        Use division to solve conversion       optional)                              ● Study Link 11.7
problems                             Math Journal pgs. 305-307
 Round to the nearest whole            Student Reference Book pg. 302
number                               Math Masters pg. 389 (optional)
 Estimate weight with and without
tools
 Describe relationships among
customary units of capacity
 Create a bar graph to display
population data
Unit 11 Review                                                                  Observation
Completed Work

1 Day
Unit 11 Test                         Unit 11 Assessment                         District Test found in
Curriculum

1 Day
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Course: Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics                   Unit #12: Rates
TIMELINE          CCSS              SKILLS/ CONTENT          TEACHER’S       ASSESSMENTS
OBJECTIVES:       GUIDE/SUPPLEMENTAL
MATERIALS

ALL OF UNIT 12 OMITTED
0 Days

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