4th Grade

Math Standards Pacing Chart 2nd Nine Weeks

Number, Number Sense and Operations
                  I can identify and show factors and multiples of a whole through 100, and                           tell if they are prime or composite.
                  I can do mental math problems and explain how I solved them.
                  I can solve multi-step problems involving addition and subtraction and                            prove my answer.
                  I can solve problems using mental math, paper and pencil, and calculators.
                  I can multiply whole number by 1-digit numbers and multiples of 10.
                  I can show and tell that area covers an object.
                  I can show and tell that volume fills a three-dimensional object.
                  I can choose the correct units to measure area.
                  I can choose the correct units to measure volume.
                  I can develop and use strategies to find area using tiles or a grid.
                  I can develop and use strategies to find volume using cubes.
Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
                  I can describe, continue, and draw a conclusion in patterns and relationships                           in computation (5 + 0 = 5, 6 + 0 = 6, 7 + 0 =7).
                  I can describe, continue, and draw a conclusion in patterns and relationships                           in a number pattern.
                  I can create a table of numbers to show a math relationship.
                  I can use rules and variables to describe patterns.
                  I can tell if an equation is equal or not by using <, >, and = signs.
                  I can describe how a change in one variable affects the value of a related                           variable (a variable is a letter that represents a number).
                  I can identify, describe and model intersecting, parallel and                            perpendicular lines and line segments (this means I can see, talk                            about, and show intersecting, parallel and perpendicular lines                            and line segments).
                  I can describe, classify, compare, and model two- and                            three-dimensional objects using their features (this means I can                            talk about, group, compare, and show 2D and 3D objects using                            their features).
                  I can identify similarities and differences of quadrilaterals (this means I can                          see how 4 sided figures are the same and different).
                  I can identify and define triangles based on angle measures and side lengths                           (this means I can name a triangle by looking at its angle measures and                            side lengths).
                  I can describe points, lines and planes, and identify models around me (this                            means I can tell about points, lines and planes by pointing out                            examples around me).
                  I can specify locations and plot ordered pairs on a coordinate plane,                            using first quadrant points (this means I can find locations and                            mark ordered pairs on a grid).
                  I can identify, describe and use reflections (flips), rotations (turns) and                           translations (slides) when solving geometric problems.
                  I can use geometric models to solve problems in other areas of math                           (multiplication, division, area, perimeter, and border).
Mathematical Processes

                  I can use and explain different ways to solve a problem.

                  I can use organization to solve multi-step problems.
                  I can interpret the results in problem solving situations (this means I                           understand my answer when problem solving).
                  I can use math strategies to solve problems in other subjects and in the real                           world.
                  I can explain math concepts with words, pictures, manipulatives and                            numbers (this means I can explain my thoughts using words, pictures,                            manipulatives, and numbers).
                  I can see how different topics in math go along with each other.
                  I can determine if a solution is reasonable (this means I can tell if my answer                            makes sense).
                  I can support whether an answer is correct or incorrect (this means I                            can prove and show if an answer is right or wrong).
                  I can solve problems in different ways and tell which way is more                            helpful.
                  I can read, interpret, discuss, and write about math ideas and concepts using                           both everyday and math language (this means I can read, understand,                           talk about and write about math ideas).
                  I can use math words to explain and prove math ideas, strategies and                           solutions (this means I can use math words to explain how I solved a                           problem).

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