4th Grade Math
Numbers and Operations- Base Ten
Operations - Multiplication and Division
Measurement and Data
Numbers and Operations - Fractions
On-Line Fraction Tools:
Virtual Fraction Strips
Fraction Grids and Circles - Modify number of sections in upper left-hand Corner
Click on picture for a video.
Additional Review of 3rd Grade Fraction Standards:
I can explain why fractions are equivalent
using fraction models.
I can recognize and create equivalent
Identify Equivalent Fractions
Recognizing equivalent fractions using the area model.
Equivalent fractions using number lines.
Generate equivalent fractions by making like fractions.
Generate equivalent fractions using number lines.
Make Equivalent Fractions
Name the Fraction
Equivalent Fraction Challenge
I can compare two fractions with different
numerators and denominators using <, >, and
I can show the comparison using a fraction model from the same whole.
Comparing fractions using the benchmark number 1/2.
Comparing fractions using an area model.
Comparing fractions using the 1 whole as the benchmark number.
Comparing fractions using sets.
Comparing fractions using a number line.
Compare fractions by creating like denominators.
Fractions on Number Line Games:
Find the hidden animals.
Gobble the Fractions
Place the Fraction On the Number Line
Drop and Drag Fractions
Race to the finish line.
4.NF.3 - I can add and subtract fractions with like denominators.
I can add and subtract mixed numbers with like denominators.
Add Fractions by Joining Parts
Subtract Fractions by Separating Parts
Click on the picture above to see video on adding and subtracting fractions.
4.NF.4 - I can use a visual fraction model to show that fractions have multiples.
I can use a fraction model to multiply a fraction by a whole number.
Represent fractions as the sum of unit fractions.
Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers on a Number Line
Representing the sum of unit fractions on a number line.
Fraction models for multiplying fractions by a whole number
Using area models to show the sum of unit fractions.
Using repeated addition for multiplication of fractions and whole numbers
Estimation - Is my answer reasonable?
4.NF.5 - 7 - I can understand decimal notation for fractions, and compare decimal fractions.
Using number line to show fractions with a denominator 10 and 100.
Convert decimals to fractions using number lines
Comparing Decimals on a Number Line
Fractions on a grid.
Converting hundredths to fractions.
Comparing Decimals Using A Ruler
Equivalent Fractions Using a Grid Model
Compare decimals using fraction models
Adding Fractions with Denominators 10 and 100
Comparing Decimals With Money
Decimals on a Number Line
Decimal Place Value
Use the scissor tool to divide the shapes into tenths and hundredths. Then shade.