## fourth grade how to videos

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## Cycle 1: first nine weeks

**Foundational Standards**

(3.NBT.2) Use place value strategies to add and subtract - Link

(3.OA.7) Use properties of operations to find products and quotients - Link

**Exploring Multiples and Factors**

(4.OA.4) Find all the factor pairs of a number using area models - Link

(4.OA.4) Determine multiples of a number using area models - Link

(4.OA.5) Find the rule for a function machine using a vertical table - Link

(4.OA.5) Find missing elements in growing patterns - Link

(4.OA.5) Extend a fraction pattern using a number line - Link

**Applying Place Value Concepts in Whole Number Addition and Subtraction**

(4.NBT.1) Model numbers using base ten blocks - Link

(4.NBT.1) Understand relationships between digits and their place value - Link

(4.NBT.2) Read and write numbers in numeric form - Link

(4.NBT.2) Read and write numbers in word form - Link

(4.NBT.2) Read and write numbers in expanded form - Link

(4.NBT.3) Locate benchmark numbers on a number line - Link

(4.NBT.3) Round numbers to the leading digit using the number line - Link

(4.NBT.4) Add using the standard addition algorithm - Link

(4.NBT.4) Subtract using the standard subtraction algorithm - Link

**Using Multiplication and Division Strategies with Larger Numbers**

(4.OA.3) Solve word problems by drawing pictures - Link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems by writing two equations - Link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems by organizing the data - Link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems using model drawing - Link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems using objects - Link

(4.NBT.5) Use place value understanding to multiply three- and four-digit numbers - Link

(4.NBT.5) Use an area model for multiplication of two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers - Link

(4.NBT.5) Use an area model to multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number - Link

(4.NBT.6) Divide two-digit dividends using friendly multiples - Link

(4.NBT.6) Report remainders as whole numbers by drawing pictures to decide whether to round up or down - Link

(4.NBT.6) Divide four-digit dividends - Link

## Cycle 2: second nine weeks

**Fractions**(4.NF.3) Decompose a fraction into a sum of fractions using an area model - Link

(4.NF.3) Add Fractions with like denominators using a number line - Link

(4.NF.3) Subtract fractions with like denominators using a number line - Link

(4.NF.3) Subtract fractions with like denominators using an area model - Link

(4.NF.1) Recognize equivalent fractions using area models - link

(4.NF.1) Recognize equivalent fractions using number line - link

(4.NF.2) Compare fractions using benchmark fraction 1/2 - link

(4.NF.2) Compare fractions using benchmark fraction of one whole - link

(4.NF.2) Compare fractions with different denominators using number lines - link

(4.NF.2) Compare fractions with different denominators using area models - link

**Multiplication**

(4.OA.1) The commutative property - link

(4.OA.1) Compare numbers using bar models - link

(4.OA.1) See multiplication as a comparison using number sentences - link

**Place Value/ Multiples of Ten**

(4.NBT.1) Understand relationships between digits and their place value - link

(4.NBT.1) Divide by powers of 10 - link

(4.NBT.1) Understand place value: multiplying by a power of 10 - link

**Measurement Units**

(4.MD.1) Compare and convert customary units of length - link

(4.MD.1) Compare and convert customary units of weight - link

(4.MD.1) Compare and convert metric units of length - link

(4.MD.1) Compare and convert metric units of weight - link

Problem Solving with Whole Numbers

Problem Solving with Whole Numbers

(4.OA.2) Represent unknown numbers using symbols or letters - link

(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems by using bar models - link

(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems by using bar models to represent division - link

(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems by using a division sentence - link

(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems using multiplication or division - link

**Rounding**

(4.NBT.3) Locate benchmark numbers on a number line – link

(4.NBT.3) Round numbers to the leading digit using a number line – link

(4.NBT.3) Round numbers to a specified place on a number line - link

(4.NBT.3) Round in real-life situations – link

**Measurement**

(4.MD.2) Convert measurements to solve distance problems – link

(4.MD.2) Convert measurements to solve volume problems – link

(4.MD.2) Convert measurements to solve weight problems – link

(4.MD.2) Solve real life problems using operations and measurement conversions – link

## Cycle 3: third nine weeks

**Word Problems**

(4.OA.3) Solve word problems by drawing pictures - link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems by writing two equations - link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems by organizing the data - link

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems using model drawing - link

**Addition and Subtraction**

(4.NBT.4) Add using partial sums – link

(4.NBT.4) Add using an open number line – link

(4.NBT.4) Subtract using an open number line – link

(4.NBT.4) Subtract using the standard subtraction algorithm – link

**Measurement**

(4.MD.2) Convert measurements to solve distance problems – link

(4.MD.2) Convert measurements to solve volume problems – link

(4.MD.2) Convert measurements to solve weight problems – link

(4.MD.2) Solve real life problems using operations and measurement conversions – link

**Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers**

(4.NF.3c) Add mixed numbers using an area model (Lesson 1 of 2) – link

(4.NF.3c) Add mixed numbers using an area model (Lesson 2 of 2) - link

(4.NF.3c) Subtract mixed numbers using an area model – link

(4.NF.3c) Add mixed numbers using a number line – link

(4.NF.3c) Subtract mixed numbers using a number line - link

(4.NF.3c) Add mixed numbers by finding equivalent fractions – link

(4.NF.3c) Subtract mixed number by finding equivalent fractions – link

**Solve Word Problems Involving Addition and Subtraction of Fractions**

(4.NF.3d) Add fractions with like denominators by decomposing into unit fractions – link

(4.NF.3d) Subtract fractions with like denominators by decomposing – link

(4.NF.3d) Add fractions with like denominators using a number line – link

(4.NF.3d) Subtract fractions with like denominators using a number line – link

(4.NF.3d) Add fractions with denominators using visual models – link

(4.NF.3d) Subtract fractions with like denominators using visual models – link

**Line Plots**

(4.MD.4) Create a line plot using a data set of fractional measures – link

(4.MD.4) Solve subtraction problems using data from line plots – link

(4.MD.4) Solve word problems by creating and interpreting line plots – link

**Geometry**

(4.G.1) Identify points, lines, line segments, and rays – link

(4.G.1) Identify angles by comparing them to square angles – link

(4.G.1) Identify parallel, intersecting, perpendicular lines – link

(4.G.1) Identify geometric figures by observing characteristics – link

(4.G.1) Draw geometric figures using their characteristics – link

**Angles**

(4.MD.5) Identify angles using angle characteristics – link

(4.MD.5) Measure an angle using fractions of a circle – link

(4.MD.5) Find the number of one-degree turns – link

(4.MD.6) Introduction to protractors - link

(4.MD.6) Measure angles to the nearest degree with protractors - link

(4.MD.7) Compose and decompose angle measures - link

(4.MD.7) Compose and decompose angles - link

(4.MD.7) Explore additive angles with pattern blocks - link

**Interpret Multiplication as a Comparison**

(4.OA.1) The commutative property – link

(4.OA.1) Compare numbers using bar models – link

(4.OA.1) See multiplication as a comparison using number sentences – link

**Understand Multiplication of Fraction by Whole Numbers**

(4.NF.4a) Represent fractions as the sum of unit fractions using pictures – link

(4.NF.4a) Represent a fraction as the sum of unit fractions using number line – link

(4.NF.4a) Represent a fraction as the sum of unit fractions using an area model – link

(4.NF.4b) Estimate products in multiplication of whole numbers and fractions – link

(4.NF.4b) Use a number line for multiplication of fractions and whole numbers – link

(4.NF.4b) Use a fraction model for multiplication of fractions and whole numbers – link

(4.NF.4b) Use repeated addition for multiplication of fractions and whole numbers – link

**Solve Word Problems involving Multiplication of Fractions by Whole Numbers**

(4.NF.4c) Solve problems involving a fraction and a whole number using repeated addition – link

(4.NF.4c) Solve problems involving a fraction and a whole number using a number line – link

(4.NF.4c) Solve word problem involving multiplying a fraction and a whole number using a fraction model – link

## Cycle 4: Fourth nine weeks

**Express Fractions with a Denominator of 10 as Equivalent to Fractions with Denominators of 100**

(4.NF.5) Use a number line to show how fractions with denominators 10 and 100 are equivalent –

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(4.NF.5) Use a grid model to show how to compare fractions with denominators 10 and 100 –

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(4.NF.5) Generate equivalent fractions using a grid model –

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(4.NF.5) Add fractions with denominators 10 and 100 –

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**Use Decimal Notation for Fractions with Denominators 10 or 100**

(4.NF.6) Convert decimals to fractions to the tenths place using number lines –

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(4.NF.6) Convert decimals to fractions to the hundredths place using visual aids –

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(4.NF.6) Convert fractions to decimals to the hundredths place using division –

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**Compare Two Decimals to Hundredths**

(4.NF.7) Compare two decimals to the hundredths place using fraction models –

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(4.NF.7) Compare two decimals dollar amounts using coin values –

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(4.NF.7) Compare two decimals to the hundredths place using a number line –

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(4.NF.7) Compare two decimal lengths using a ruler –

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**Solve Word Problems Involving Distance, Time, Volume, Mass and Money**

(4.MD.2) Solve problems involving distance using diagrams –

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(4.MD.2) Solve problems involving time by drawing a diagram –

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(4.MD.2) Solve problems involving volume using diagrams –

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(4.MD.2) Solve problems involving mass using diagrams –

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**Generate Number or Shape Patterns and Identify Features**

(4.OA.5) Find the rule for a function machine using a vertical table –

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(4.OA.5) Understand repeating patterns –

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(4.OA.5) Find missing elements in growing patterns –

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(4.OA.5) Find the 9th shape for a geometric pattern using a table -

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**Draw Point, Lines, Line Segments, Rays, Angles, and Perpendicular and Parallel Line**

(4.G.1) Identify points, lines, line segments, and rays –

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(4.G.1) Identify angles by comparing them to square angles –

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(4.G.1) Identify parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines –

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(4.G.1) Identify geometric figures by observing characteristics –

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**Classify Two-Dimensional Figures Using Their Lines and Angles**

(4.G.2) Classify polygons by observing the presence or absence of perpendicular lines –

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(4.G.2) Sort polygons into categories by their angles –

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(4.G.2) Classify triangles by angle type –

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**Recognize and Draw Lines of Symmetry and Line-Symmetric Figures**

(4.G.3) Recognize a line of symmetry by folding a two-dimensional figure –

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(4.G.3) Identify line symmetry in irregular polygons –

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(4.G.3) Identify line symmetry in regular polygons –

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(4.G.3) Identify line symmetry in a geometric figure –

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**Solve Word Problems Using Multiplicative Comparisons**

(4.OA.2) Represent unknown numbers using symbols or letters –

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(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems by using bar models –

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(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems by using a multiplication sentence –

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(4.OA.2) Solve multiplicative comparison word problems by using bar model to represent division –

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**Solve Multi-step Word Problems**

(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems by organizing the data –

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(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems by rounding on a number line –

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(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step word problems using front-end estimation –

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(4.OA.3) Solve multi-step problems using model drawing –

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**Add and Subtract Using the Standing Algorithm**

(4.NBT.4) Add using partial sums –

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(4.NBT.4) Add using an open number line –

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(4.NBT.4) Add using the standard addition algorithm –

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(4.NBT.4) Subtract using an open number line –

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(4.NBT.4) Subtract using the standard subtraction algorithm –

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**Multiply Multi-digit Whole Numbers**

(4.NBT.5) Use an array to multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number –

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(4.NBT.5) Use place value understanding to multiply three- and four-digit numbers –

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(4.NBT.5) Use an area model for multiplication of two-digit numbers by two-digit numbers –

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(4.NBT.5) Use an area model to multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number –

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**Solve Division Problems**

(4.NBT.6) Solve division problems: using a picture model –

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(4.NBT.6) Solve division problems: using arrays –

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(4.NBT.6) Solve division problems without remainders: using multiplication rules –

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(4.NBT.6) Solve division problems: using inverse operations -

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