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Mathematics

Grade 4
Mathematics

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What your child is learning

Grade 4 students

  • show, describe and compare quantities to 10 000
  • add and subtract whole numbers with answers to 10 000
  • multiply 2- or 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers
  • divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers
  • understand and apply strategies for multiplication and related division facts to 9 x 9
  • understand and recall multiplication and related division facts to 7 x 7
  • add and subtract whole numbers (answers to 10 000) and decimal numbers (to hundredths)
  • compare and order fractions
  • relate decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals
  • solve one-step equations
  • read and record time, using digital and analog clocks
  • connect numbers and shapes to everyday life
  • understand and describe line symmetry and congruency
  • understand and determine the area of regular and irregular shapes
  • describe and construct 3-D objects
  • explain patterns in charts and tables
  • construct and interpret pictographs and bar graphs

For more about Grade 4 Mathematics, refer to the program of studies.

How your child is assessed

Your child’s learning is assessed using a variety of tools and strategies within the classroom. Ask your child’s teacher what methods they are using. The different assessment methods tell you and your child’s teacher about your child’s strengths, the areas in which they might grow and how well your child is doing throughout the course. Your child’s teacher can then change or refine their teaching plans to ensure that learning activities better meet the needs of your child. At the end of the course, your child is assessed and their achievement is reported so that you know if they have achieved the expected learning outcomes for their grade.

Resources to help your child

A variety of digital and print resources from many different sources help students learn. Alberta Education reviews and authorizes many student and teacher resources that support learning and teaching in the classroom. Additionally, teachers may select, and bring into the classroom, numerous other innovative and creative resources to create rich learning experiences for your child. Visit LearnAlberta.ca or the Authorized Resources Database to learn more about the resources your child may encounter.

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