4th Grade Math
 Course type: Selfpaced
 Available Lessons: 108
 Average Lesson Length: 8 min

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chapter 1 / lesson 1How to Read & Write Numbers Up to Nine Digits: Lesson for Kids
Course Summary
Educate 4th graders about mathematics with the help of this extensive course. Both teachers and parents can utilize our lesson materials as an extra resource that can be used to offer students assistance with homework problems, class projects, or to further explain difficult math concepts.to start this course today
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Check your knowledge of this course with a 50question practice test. Comprehensive test covering all topics
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About This Course
The series of lessons available in this course provides 4th graders with a full review of arithmetic fundamentals, math vocabulary terms, and stepbystep problemsolving guides. Each lesson is short and can be completed in 510 minutes, keeping younger learners focused and helping them retain more information. Teachers and parents can monitor student progress by reviewing each student's user dashboard, which keeps track of the recent lessons students have reviewed as well as their scores on available assessments.
How It Works
 Students who have fallen behind on certain topics, such as rounding or square roots, can use the chapter menu and find the specific lessons they need to catch up with their classmates.
 Video lessons provide an interactive way for students to watch, pause, and rewind the lessons, which gives younger learners the control to learn at their own speed.
 The lessons offer students the opportunity to practice what they have been learning in class, such as adding 4digit numbers, multiplying in expanded form, using regrouping in subtraction, and finding the least common multiple.
 Both the video lessons and articlestyle lessons reinforce the learning of key vocabulary words, mathematical formulas and problemsolving strategies.
 Each lesson comes with a quiz, allowing parents and teachers to assess their students' understanding of concepts like the associative property, finding factors, estimating quotients, and the addition property of equality.
Using the Course
Our 100% online platform gives your students a thorough learning resource that also provides a fun and engaging way to learn about 4th grade math topics. Instead of costly, traditional tutoring at designated locations, students can use our more affordable learning tools, and they can access them from anywhere that has WiFi. In addition, we keep students focused on learning, because we do not link to other websites that may distract young learners.
Teachers and parents will recognize the usefulness of the lessons in this course in multiple situations:
 To guide students as they solve homework problems
 To prepare students who are studying for an upcoming test
 To provide students with interactive learning tools they can use in the classroom
 To supplement standardized 4th grade math textbooks
Course Topics
 Number sense and numbers
 Whole numbers and their multiples
 Fractions and decimals
 Subtraction and addition
 Mental math and multiplication strategies
 Division fundamentals
 Using arithmetic to understand money
 Equations and word problems
 Shapes, angles, and lines
 Converting units of measurement
 Solving measurement problems
 Data representation methods
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