4.1.1: By the end of fourth grade, students will demonstrate place value of whole numbers through the millions and decimals to the hundredth place.

4.1.1.a: Read and write numerals (in digits and words) through the one millions place and decimals to the hundredth place.

4.1.1.b: Order and compare whole numbers through the one millions place and decimals to the hundredths place using the symbols <, >, and =.

4.1.1.c: Round whole numbers to the nearest named place, such as rounding 1,234 to the nearest hundred would be 1,200.

4.1.3: By the end of fourth grade, students will describe and apply relationships between whole numbers, decimals, and fractions by order, comparison, and operation.

4.1.3.a: Order and compare whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals using the symbols < , >, and =.

4.1.3.b: Illustrate mathematical concepts by using objects and drawing pictures or diagrams (subtraction as the opposite of addition and multiplication as repeated addition).

4.2.1: By the end of fourth grade, students will estimate, add, subtract, multiply, and divide whole numbers without and with calculators and solve word problems.

4.2.1.a: Demonstrate with accuracy and reasonable speed the basic facts of addition (1-20), subtraction (1-20), multiplication (1-144), and division (1-144).

4.2.1.b: Add and subtract accurately five-digit numbers including columns of numbers.

4.4.3: By the end of fourth grade, students will identify, analyze, and compare two-dimensional geometric figures using congruence, symmetry, similarity, and simple transformations.

4.5.1: By the end of fourth grade, students will collect, organize, record, and interpret data and describe the findings.

4.5.1.a: Collect, organize, and interpret data in line plots, tables, charts, and graphs (pie graphs, bar graphs, and pictographs).

4.5.1.b: Draw valid conclusions from displayed data.

4.5.1.c: Investigate and record patterns in a simple probability situation in an organized way.

4.6.2: By the end of fourth grade, students will identify, describe, and extend arithmetic patterns, using concrete materials and tables.

4.6.2.a: Use Input/Output or function box to identify and extend patterns.

Correlation last revised: 3/2/2015

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