Jefferson Labs  Place Value Game
Place Value Darts
Place Value Calculator
Pirate Place Value
Graphing Questions
Place Value Darts
Place Value Calculator
Pirate Place Value
Graphing Questions
Unit 1 Study Guide:
· Be able to notate (all possible names) and identify lines, rays, segments, and angles
· Be able to differentiate between intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines and line segments
· Be able to identify and describe the characteristics of Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene, Right, Acute, and Obtuse Triangles
· Be able to identify and describe the characteristics of Right, Straight, Acute, and Obtuse angles
· Be able to estimate angle sizes – without a protractor
· Be able to identify various polygons and quadrilaterals based upon given characteristics
· Be able to calculate the missing angle size of a triangle
Please use the follow to study
 Everyday Math Reference Book: Unit 1 Lessons 2 – 5; Unit 6 Lessons 6 – 7
 Classroom notes
 Harcourt book – Online Chapters 12 & 13
· Be able to differentiate between intersecting, parallel, and perpendicular lines and line segments
· Be able to identify and describe the characteristics of Equilateral, Isosceles, Scalene, Right, Acute, and Obtuse Triangles
· Be able to identify and describe the characteristics of Right, Straight, Acute, and Obtuse angles
· Be able to estimate angle sizes – without a protractor
· Be able to identify various polygons and quadrilaterals based upon given characteristics
· Be able to calculate the missing angle size of a triangle
Please use the follow to study
 Everyday Math Reference Book: Unit 1 Lessons 2 – 5; Unit 6 Lessons 6 – 7
 Classroom notes
 Harcourt book – Online Chapters 12 & 13
Read this Unit's Math Letter!
Practice those Math Facts!!!!
We will split Unit 2 into two parts  Place Value and Graphing. We will be exploring place value, addition / subtraction of multiple digit numbers, and expanded notation. The 2nd half of the unit will be an exploration of data organization and graphing.
Reference for this unit is Unit 2 in our Everyday Math Book and Chapters 1, 3, 4, & 2 (Lesson 4) in the Harcourt books.
We will split Unit 2 into two parts  Place Value and Graphing. We will be exploring place value, addition / subtraction of multiple digit numbers, and expanded notation. The 2nd half of the unit will be an exploration of data organization and graphing.
Reference for this unit is Unit 2 in our Everyday Math Book and Chapters 1, 3, 4, & 2 (Lesson 4) in the Harcourt books.
Introduction to Fourth Grade Everyday
Mathematics®
Welcome to Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics. It is part of an elementary school
mathematics curriculum developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics
Project (UCSMP).
Everyday Mathematics offers students a broad background in mathematics. Some
approaches may differ from those you used as a student, but the approaches used are
based on research, field test results, and the mathematics students will need in this
century.
Do you want to know more.... read this unit's letter contained in the PDF file below.
Mathematics®
Welcome to Fourth Grade Everyday Mathematics. It is part of an elementary school
mathematics curriculum developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics
Project (UCSMP).
Everyday Mathematics offers students a broad background in mathematics. Some
approaches may differ from those you used as a student, but the approaches used are
based on research, field test results, and the mathematics students will need in this
century.
Do you want to know more.... read this unit's letter contained in the PDF file below.
