Table of Contents Math 4 Place Value Through the Thousands Chapter 1

Place Value Place Value Through the Millions Compare and Order Whole Numbers Round Numbers Write an Extended Response Addition Properties Add Whole Numbers Subtract Whole Numbers Estimate Sums and Differences Solve Problems Using Money Choose the Operation Ideas and Properties of Multiplication Array and Area Model for Multiplication Factors and Multiples Prime and Composite Numbers Multiply by One-Digit Factors Multiply by Two-Digit Factors Choose the Method to Solve Problems Understand Division Relate Multiplication and Division Divisors Through 10 Interpret and Apply Remainders Divide by One-Digit Divisors Divide by Two-Digit Divisors Solve Multi-Step Problems Chapter 2

Addition and Subtraction Chapter 3

Multiplication Chapter 4

Division Chapter 5

Fractions and Decimals Describe and Extend Patterns Chapter 6

Patterns, Functions, and Algebra Use Measures of Length Chapter 7

Measurement Points, Lines, and Rays Chapter 8

Geometry Collect and Organize Data Chapter 9

Data Analysis and Probability Understand Fractions and Mixed Numbers Find Equivalent Fractions Compare Fractions Add and Subtract Fractions Estimate with Fractions Relate Fractions and Decimals Add Decimals Subtract Decimals Draw a Picture to Solve Problems Analyze Patterns and Functions Describe Variables Equations and Inequalities Make a Table to Solve Problems Use Measures of Capacity Use Measures of Weight and Mass Find Perimeter Find Area Find Volume Solve Problems Using Measurement Analyze and Describe Two- and Three-Dimensional Objects Compare Quadrilaterals Analyze and Describe Triangles Locate and Plot Ordered Pairs Translations and Reflections Rotations Use Models to Solve Problems Make and Interpret Bar Graphs Make and Interpret Line Graphs Use Range, Median, and Mode Represent Data Make and Interpret Venn-Diagrams Predict the Likelihood of Events Conduct Simple Probability Experiments Make an Organized List to Solve Problems The End!

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