By the end of fourth grade, students who are making adequate progress in math are able to:

4.1            Master multiplication and division basic facts up through 12’s

a.     We will measure by quizzes, daily work, and grades.

4.2            Master addition and subtraction basic facts up to 9+9 and 18-9

a.     We will measure by quizzes, daily work, and grades.

a.     Column addition up to 4 sets of 3 digits with trading (carrying)

b.     Subtracting with positive numbers up to 5 digits with regrouping

c.      Both addition and subtraction with or without decimals

d.     We will measure by quizzes, daily work, and grades.

4.4            Master division with or without remainders

a.     Divide by 1-digit divisors

b.     Divide a number up to 4-digits by a 1-digit

c.      Divide with or without decimal dividends

d.     We will measure by quizzes, daily work, and grades.

4.5            Master benchmarks of fractions with the relationship of equivalent decimals

a.     ¼, ½, ¾, 1

b.     .25, .5, .75, 1.00

c.      We will measure by quizzes, daily work, and grades.