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```							                                                           Fourth Grade Curriculum Map

Testing                             Chapter
New    Number            Content Strand                    timeframe        Topic       Sequence Section   Month         Notes
Select appropriate computational
and operational methods to solve                                                                   Done Throughout
4.N.15   problems                                   Pre-March                       00                      the year
4.N.27   by using estimation                        Pre-March                       00
Recognize real world situations in
which an estimate (rounding) is more   3rd Grade
3.N.26   appropriate                            Post-March                          00                      Throughout
Represent data using tables, bar
4.S.3    graphs, and pictographs                    Pre-March       Graphing        01      01      Sept
Develop and make predictions that
4.S.5    are based on data                          Pre-March       Graphing        01      01      Sept
Formulate conclusions and make
4.S.6    predictions from graphs                     Pre-March      Graphing        01      01      Sept
3.S.1    themselves and their surroundings      Post-March          Graphing        01      01      Sept
Collect data using observation and     3rd Grade
3.S.2    surveys, and record appropriately      Post-March          Graphing        01      01      Sept
Place
4.N.1    Skip count by 1,000’s                      Pre-March        Value          02      02      Sept
Read and write whole numbers to                             Place
4.N.2    10,000                                     Pre-March        Value          02      02      Sept
Compare and order numbers to                                Place
4.N.3    10,000                                     Pre-March        Value          02      02      Sept

Understand the place value structure
of the base ten number system
10 ones = 1 ten
10 tens = 1 hundred
10 hundreds = 1 thousand                                    Place
4.N.4    10 thousands = 1 ten thousand              Pre-March        Value          02      02      Sept
Recognize equivalent
representations for numbers up to
four digits and generate them by
decomposing and composing                                   Place
4.N.5    numbers                                    Pre-March        Value          02      02      Sept

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Testing                              Chapter
New    Number            Content Strand                     timeframe         Topic       Sequence Section   Month   Notes
Round numbers less than 1,000 to                              Place
4.N.26   the nearest tens and hundreds                 Pre-March       Value          02       02     Sept
March for numbers    Place
3.N.25   Estimate numbers up to 500               past 200             Value          02       02     Sept

Calculate elapsed time in hours and
4.M.9    half hours, not crossing A.M./P.M.           Pre-March        Time           03      02- c    Oct
Calculate elapsed time in days and
4.M.10   weeks, using a calendar                      Pre-March        Time           03      02- c    Oct
4.N.14   and subtract numbers up to 10,000            Pre-March         Sub           04       03      Oct
Evaluate and express relationships
using open sentences with one
4.A.1    operation                                    Pre-March       Algebra         04     03 - c    Oct
Use the symbols <, >, =, and ≠ (with
and without the use of a number line)
to compare whole numbers and unit          Post-March for
fractions and decimals (up to               fractions and
4.A.2    hundredths)                                   decimals       Algebra         04     03 - c    Oct
">Find the value or values that will
make an open sentence true, if it
4.A.3    contains < or >                              Pre-March       Algebra         04     03 - c    Oct
Describe, extend, and make
4.A.4    ,×,÷) and geometric patterns                 Pre-March       Algebra         04     03 - c    Oct
Make change, using combined coins
4.M.8    and dollar amounts                           Pre-March        Money          04     03 - c    Oct

Understand, use, and explain the
4.N.6    associative property of multiplication       Pre-March        Mult.          05       04      Nov
Develop an understanding of the
properties of odd/even numbers as a
4.N.13   result of multiplication                     Pre-March        Mult.          05       04      Nov
Understand various meanings of
4.N.16   multiplication and division                  Pre-March        Mult.          05       04      Nov

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Testing                             Chapter
New    Number             Content Strand                      timeframe          Topic     Sequence Section   Month          Notes
Book doesn't use
term inverse
operation - refered
Use multiplication and division as                                                                    to as work
4.N.17   inverse operations to solve problems           Pre-March          Mult.       05      04       Nov    backwards
Assess Post- March
Develop fluency with single-digit         for above 5 x 10. In
3.N.19   multiplication facts                      context                 Mult.       05      04       Nov
Assess Post- March
for above 50
divided by 10 and
Demonstrate fluency and apply             50 divided by 10. In
3.N.22   single-digit division facts               context                 Mult.       05      04       Nov
Use a variety of strategies to solve
multiplication problems with factors      3rd Grade
3.N.20   up to 12 x 12                             Post-March              Mult.       05      04       Nov
Use tables, patterns, halving, and
manipulatives to provide meaning for      3rd Grade
3.N.23   division                                  Post-March              Div         05      04       Nov
Demonstrate fluency and apply             March for above 50
3.N.22   single-digit division facts               divided by 10           Div         05      04       Nov
Use a variety of strategies to multiply
two-digit numbers by one-digit
numbers (with and without
4.N.18   regrouping)                                    Pre-March          Mult.       06      05       Dec
Develop fluency in multiplying and
dividing multiples of 10 and 100 up
4.N.20   to 1,000                                       Pre-March          Mult.       06      05       Dec
Analyze a pattern or a whole-number
function and state the rule, given a
4.A.5    table or an input/output box                   Pre-March         Algebra      06     05-13     Dec
Use a variety of strategies to divide
two-digit dividends by one-digit
divisors (with and without
4.N.21   remainders)                                    Pre-March          Div         07      07       Jan

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Testing                             Chapter
New    Number            Content Strand                      timeframe        Topic       Sequence Section   Month   Notes

4.N.22   Interpret the meaning of remainders          Pre-March         Div           07      07       Jan
Identify and name polygons,
recognizing that their names are
related to the number of sides and
4.G.1    pentagon, hexagon, and octagon)              Pre-March      Geometry         08     08 - a    Jan
Identify points and line segments
4.G.2    when drawing a plane figure                  Pre-March      Geometry         08     08 - a    Jan
Find perimeter of polygons by adding
4.G.3    sides                                        Pre-March      Geometry         08     08 - a    Jan
Find the area of a rectangle by
counting the number of squares
4.G.4    needed to cover the rectangle                Pre-March      Geometry         08     08 - a    Jan
Define and identify vertices, faces,
and edges of three-dimensional
4.G.5    shapes                                      Pre-March       Geometry         08     08 - a    Jan
3.G.2    Identify congruent and similar figures Post-March           Geometry         08     08 - a    Jan
Explore equivalent fractions(½, ⅓,     3rd Grade
3.N.14   ¼)                                     Post-March            Fractions       09      09       Feb

Compare and order unit fractions (½,
⅓, ¼) and find their approximate         3rd Grade
3.N.15   locations on a number line               Post-March          Fractions       09      09       Feb
Use the symbols <, >, = (with and
without the use of a number line) to
compare whole numbers and unit
3.A.1    1/10)                                    Post-March          Fractions       09      09       Feb
Select tools and units (customary
and metric) appropriate for the length
4.M.1    being measured                               Pre-March       Measure         10     09 - c    Feb

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Testing                              Chapter
New    Number            Content Strand                   timeframe         Topic       Sequence Section   Month   Notes
Use a ruler to measure to the nearest
standard unit (whole, ½ and ¼
inches, whole feet, whole yards,
whole centimeters, and whole
4.M.2    meters)                                    Pre-March       Measure         10     09 - c    Feb
Know and understand equivalent
standard units of length:12 inches =
4.M.3    1 foot, 3 feet = 1 yard                    Pre-March       Measure         10     09 - c    Feb
Select tools and units appropriate to
the mass of the object being
4.M.4    measured (grams and kilograms)             Pre-March       Measure         10     09 - c    Feb
4.M.5    Measure mass, using grams                  Pre-March       Measure         11     11 - c    Feb
Select tools and units appropriate to
the capacity being measured
4.M.6    (milliliters and liters)                   Pre-March       Measure         11     11 - c    Feb
Measure capacity, using milliliters
4.M.7    and liters                                 Pre-March       Measure         11     11 - c    Feb
4.S.1    question from given data                   Post-March      Graphing        20      01
Collect data using observations,
surveys, and experiments and record
4.S.2    appropriately                              Post-March      Graphing        20      01
4.S.4    Read and interpret line graphs             Post-March      Graphing        20      01
Use a variety of strategies to multiply
two-digit numbers by two-digit
numbers (with and without
4.N.19   regrouping)                                Post-March        Mult.         20      06      March
Identify points and rays when
4.G.7    drawing angles                             Post-March     Geometry         20     08 - a    Apr
Classify angles as acute, obtuse,
4.G.8    right, and straight                        Post-March     Geometry         20     08 - a    Apr
Draw and identify intersecting,
4.G.6    perpendicular, and parallel lines          Post-March     Geometry         20     08 - b    Apr
4.N.23   with common denominators                   Post-March      Fractions       20      10       May

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Testing                              Chapter
New    Number            Content Strand                timeframe         Topic       Sequence Section   Month   Notes
Express decimals as an equivalent
form of fractions to tenths and
4.N.24   hundredths                              Post-March      Decimals        20      11       May
Add and subtract decimals to tenths
and hundredths using a hundreds
4.N.25   chart                                   Post-March      Decimals        20      11       May
Develop an understanding of
fractions as locations on number
lines and as divisions of whole
4.N.7    numbers                                 Post-March      Fractions       20     09 - b    May
Recognize and generate equivalent
fractions (halves, fourths, thirds,
fifths, sixths, and tenths) using
manipulatives, visual models, and
4.N.8    illustrations                           Post-March      Fractions       20     09 - b    May
Use concrete materials and visual
models to compare and order unit
fractions or fractions with the same
denominator (with and without the
4.N.9    use of a number line)                   Post-March      Fractions       20     09 - b    May
Develop an understanding of
4.N.10   decimals as part of a whole             Post-March      Decimals        20     11 - a    May
hundredths using money as a
4.N.11   context                                 Post-March      Decimals        20     11 - a    May
Use concrete materials and visual
models to compare and order
decimals (less than 1) to the
hundredths place in the context of
4.N.12   money                                   Post-March      Decimals        20     11 - a    May

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