# Ch 1: 4th Grade Math: Numbers & Number Sense

Review this chapter with your 4th grader as he or she learns about numbers and number sense. These lessons offer younger learners a structured study guide that can help them master math definitions, concepts, and problem-solving strategies, which will prove useful as they prepare for upcoming tests.

## 4th Grade Math: Numbers & Number Sense - Chapter Summary

Make sure 4th grade students possess a strong foundation in mathematics by having them look through this chapter on numbers and number sense. There are many topics to cover in this chapter, which is why our instructors have made things easier by separating the chapter into several smaller lessons. Each lesson discusses a single topic, so your students are less likely to get information overload as they go through our materials. In addition, our well-labeled lessons are easy to navigate, allowing your students to find the exact lesson topic they need to study.

## Chapter Topics

• Understanding and writing numbers up to 9 digits
• Trillions place value for decimals
• Comparing and ordering numbers as high as a trillion
• Recording numbers in expanded form
• Using a number line to graph rational numbers
• Rounding whole numbers
• Rounding to the closest 1,000, 10,000, and 100,000
• Square roots up to 144 and perfect squares
• Recognizing Roman numerals for 100-10,000
• Composite and prime numbers
• Identifying the greatest common factor
• The rules and definition of a mathematical pattern

13 Lessons in Chapter 1: 4th Grade Math: Numbers & Number Sense
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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