• While our school district uses the My Math curriculum, you'll find this page helpful!!
    What Math topics will be explored in 4th grade?
    First Trimester: Place Value (to the millions), Addition & Subtraction (3-digit numbers), Basics of Multiplication and Division,  Multiplying One-digit Numbers, Multiplying two-digit and three-digit numbers
    Second Trimester: Long Division with One-digit Numbers, Patterns & Sequences, Understanding Fractions, Adding and Subtracting Fractions and Mixed Numbers
    Third Trimester:  Fractions Related to Decimals, Metric & Customary Measurement, Perimeter & Area, Geometry 
    Besides what we do in class, how can I get more practice to do well in Math?
    Know your facts! It is essential to know all addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts, and to be able to recite them with automaticity. Without those facts, computation mistakes can be made, and you can end up with a very different answer.  If you know your facts, you can focus on the harder concepts! Reflex Math, Xtra Math, Math Academy and Math Drills are great apps for any phone or tablet to help with practicing your basic math facts!
    I already know my facts. What else can I do?
    Word problems! Those tend to be tricky for many students. Have mom or dad give you a problem to solve. Dissect the words to figure out the operations needed. Figure out one operation at a time, working from the beginning of the problem to the end. Use the Prodigy or Math Playground websites to find more word problem practice. Here's an example of word problems we are typically solving by November.
    Eddy’s photo album has 12 pages. Each page holds 6 pictures. Eddy has put 25 pictures in the album. How many more pictures will fit in the album?
    Answer: (6 x 12) - 25 = p; p =  47 more pictures that can fit in the album. 
    Access McGraw Hill-My Math with your district Google Account address and password. First login to your Google Account, then click the grid of tiny boxes on the top right corner. Scroll until you find the app called "McGraw Hill." Click that, and your Math book will pop up.
    • Print Homework: find the correct page in your ebook, click on the "worksheets" icon at the bottom of that page, click on the Homework PDF file and print!
    • Click on the purple "tutor" icon at the bottom of your ebook pages to receive extra help on math skills
    • On the home page of the site, choose the Chapter and Lesson we are on in class, then scroll through the icons on the right and select the green one to play games!
    On McGraw Hill- My Math access fun games, your math book online, and more! There you can get homework help with the 'Tutor' and watch videos as a refresher of the day's lesson! Best of all: forget your homework at school? Print it from this site!! No Ooops slip for you!