Magnificent 4th Grade Math!
Place Value  from the millions to thousandths
Multiplication  up to 3 by 2 digit multiplication
Division  including long division
Fractions  conversions, operations, and basic understanding
Decimals  limited conversion to fractions
Geometry  triangles, angles, & quadrilaterals
Measurement  basic conversion & angle measurements
Algebra  input/output functions, solving for unknown, & using order of operations
Graphing  interpretation of Line Plots
Problem Solving multistep word problems
Multiplication  up to 3 by 2 digit multiplication
Division  including long division
Fractions  conversions, operations, and basic understanding
Decimals  limited conversion to fractions
Geometry  triangles, angles, & quadrilaterals
Measurement  basic conversion & angle measurements
Algebra  input/output functions, solving for unknown, & using order of operations
Graphing  interpretation of Line Plots
Problem Solving multistep word problems
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Unit 1: Place Value
Unit 1: Place Value, Numeration, and Rounding Study Guide
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 Be able to find the correct digit if given the place value (What digit is in the millions place?) 7
 Be able to find the correct place value position for a given digit (What is the place value of the 9?) ten thousands place
 Be able to find the value of a digit in a number (What is the value of the 6?) 600,000
 Be able to find the value of a digit in a particular place value (What is the value of the digit in the hundred thousands place?) 600,000
 Be able to identify the periods in a given number. (What period is the 6, 9, and 2 in?) The thousands period
 Be able to write and identify a number in all three forms: expanded, word, & standard
 Be able to round to any place and explain how you rounded
 Be able to calculate differences in numbers based on looking at the place value
 Be able to order numbers by value
 Be able to create or place numbers on a number line
 Be able to identify numbers using Base10 blocks
 Math Facts may appear on any test
