Facts & Basic Skills APlusMath.com - Fact drill practice ArithmAttack - Timed fact drill practice Mad Math Minutes - A teacher created fact drill site with custom options Math Fact Cafe - Pre-made and custom fact sheets Multiplication.com - Drills, fact sheets, flashcards and more Count Us In - Understanding basic number concepts Just the Facts - Educational article with 5 fact games to try Multiflyer - Multiplication in outer space

AAA Math - Skills, interactive problems and explanations Math Lessons that are Fun - Interactive math lessons Plane Math - Probelsm dealing with flying Quia Math - Teacher created lessons and quizzes Manipulatives - National Library of Manipulatives all interactive Shodor Interactive Math - Interactive math games - Smartboard Count On - Activities, games, simulations, and more Plot the Robot - Calcuatlor and arithmetic work in a game format

Additional Resources Harcourt Math - A math glossary and activities from Harcourt Publishers Math Playground - A world of math activities and games AllMath.com - Links, glossary, flashcards, and more Create-A-Graph - Make graphs online Math World - Nearly anything math online Cool Math - A vibrant and fun math site Teach R Kids Math - Online worksheets and timed drills covering tons of topics PBS CyberChase - PBS Site with math games King's Math - links to online lessons, activities, parent help, and more NCES Kids - National Center for Education Statistics site with several math games Dr. Math - Ask an expert site Math2.org - Math reference tables ABC Teach - Math worksheets and activities KidsBank - Online financial learning for kids

Course of Study
1.) Demonstrate number sense by comparing and ordering decimals to hundredths and whole numbers to 999,999.
2.) Write money amounts in words and dollar-and-cent notation.
3.) Rename improper fractions as mixed numbers and mixed numbers as improper fractions.
4.) Demonstrate addition and subtraction of fractions with common denominators.
5.) Round whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand and decimals to the nearest tenth.
6.) Solve problems, including word problems, that involve addition and subtraction of four-digit numbers with and without regrouping.
7.) Solve problems, including word problems, involving the basic operations of multiplication and division on whole numbers through two-digit multipliers and one-digit divisors.
8.) Recognize equivalent forms of commonly used fractions and decimals.9.) Write number sentences for word problems that involve multiplication or division.
10.) Complete addition and subtraction number sentences with a missing addend or subtrahend.
11.) Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, or octagons based on the number of sides, angles, and vertices.
12.) Find locations on a map or grid using ordered pairs.
13.) Calculate elapsed time in hours and minutes.

4th Grade

MathFacts| Problem Solving | Tutorials & Simulations | Fractions | Additional Resources | Course of Study

Multiples of 10 Multiplication Review

Pearson Success Net

Facts & Basic SkillsAPlusMath.com - Fact drill practice

ArithmAttack - Timed fact drill practice

Mad Math Minutes - A teacher created fact drill site with custom options

Math Fact Cafe - Pre-made and custom fact sheets

Multiplication.com - Drills, fact sheets, flashcards and more

Count Us In - Understanding basic number concepts

Just the Facts - Educational article with 5 fact games to try

Multiflyer - Multiplication in outer space

Problem SolvingProblem of the Week - Drexel math forum

Aunty Math - Math challenges K-5

Mega-Mathematics - Problems and games

Figure This! - Math challenges for families

Math Stories - Word problems in English and Spanish

Tutorials & SimulationsAAA Math - Skills, interactive problems and explanations

Math Lessons that are Fun - Interactive math lessons

Plane Math - Probelsm dealing with flying

Quia Math - Teacher created lessons and quizzes

Manipulatives - National Library of Manipulatives all interactive

Shodor Interactive Math - Interactive math games - Smartboard

Count On - Activities, games, simulations, and more

Plot the Robot - Calcuatlor and arithmetic work in a game format

FractionsFraction Peices - Interactive circles and squares

13 Ways of 1/2 - A PBS lesson on different ways to see 1/2

Parts of a Whole - Divide a circle into parts

Pattern Blocks - Online pattern blocks (click "Java")

No Matter What Shape - Fraction questions with pattern blocks

Compare Fractions - Online comparison calculator

Fraction Bars - Fraction bars and lessons

Additional ResourcesHarcourt Math - A math glossary and activities from Harcourt Publishers

Math Playground - A world of math activities and games

AllMath.com - Links, glossary, flashcards, and more

Create-A-Graph - Make graphs online

Math World - Nearly anything math online

Cool Math - A vibrant and fun math site

Teach R Kids Math - Online worksheets and timed drills covering tons of topics

PBS CyberChase - PBS Site with math games

King's Math - links to online lessons, activities, parent help, and more

NCES Kids - National Center for Education Statistics site with several math games

Dr. Math - Ask an expert site

Math2.org - Math reference tables

ABC Teach - Math worksheets and activities

KidsBank - Online financial learning for kids

Course of Study1.) Demonstrate number sense by comparing and ordering decimals to hundredths and whole numbers to 999,999.

2.) Write money amounts in words and dollar-and-cent notation.

3.) Rename improper fractions as mixed numbers and mixed numbers as improper fractions.

4.) Demonstrate addition and subtraction of fractions with common denominators.

5.) Round whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, or thousand and decimals to the nearest tenth.

6.) Solve problems, including word problems, that involve addition and subtraction of four-digit numbers with and without regrouping.

7.) Solve problems, including word problems, involving the basic operations of multiplication and division on whole numbers through two-digit multipliers and one-digit divisors.

8.) Recognize equivalent forms of commonly used fractions and decimals.9.) Write number sentences for word problems that involve multiplication or division.

10.) Complete addition and subtraction number sentences with a missing addend or subtrahend.

11.) Identify triangles, quadrilaterals, pentagons, hexagons, or octagons based on the number of sides, angles, and vertices.

12.) Find locations on a map or grid using ordered pairs.

13.) Calculate elapsed time in hours and minutes.