 • 4
Fourth Class Standards
Top Mathematicians
• Algebra
• Data
• 4.D.1.1
Representing and interpreting data
collect, organise and represent data using pictograms, block graphs, bar charts and bar-line graphs incorporating the scales 1:2, 1:5, 1:10, and 1:100
read and interpret bar-line graphs and simple pie charts
use data sets to solve and complete practical tasks and problems.
• 4.D.1.2
Chance
use vocabulary of uncertainty and chance: chance, likely, unlikely, never, definitely
order events in terms of likelihood of occurrence
identify and record outcomes of simple random processes
• Shape and Space
• Number
• 4.NS.1.1
Place value
explore and identify place value in whole numbers, 0-9999
read, write and order four-digit numbers and solve simple problems
round whole numbers to the nearest thousand
explore and identify place value in decimal numbers to two places of decimals.
• 4.NS.1.2a
Operations - Addition and subtraction
add and subtract, without and with renaming, within 9999
know and recall addition and subtraction facts
solve word problems involving addition and subtraction
• 4.NS.1.2b
Operations - Multiplication
- develop an understanding of multiplication as repeated addition and vice versa.
- explore, understand and apply the zero, commutative, distributive and associative properties of multiplication
- develop and recall multiplication facts within 100
- multiply a two-digit or three-digit number by a one or two-digit number
- use a calculator to check estimates
- solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving multiplication of whole numbers
• 4.NS.1.2b
Operations - Multiplication
- develop an understanding of multiplication as repeated addition and vice versa.
- explore, understand and apply the zero, commutative, distributive and associative properties of multiplication
- develop and recall multiplication facts within 100
- multiply a two-digit or three-digit number by a one or two-digit number
- use a calculator to check estimates
- solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving multiplication of whole numbers
• 4.NS.1.2c
Operations - Division
- develop an understanding of division as sharing and as repeated subtraction, without and with remainders
- develop and/or recall division facts within 100
- divide a three-digit number by a one-digit number without and with remainders
- use calculator to check estimates
- solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving division of whole numbers
• 4.NS.1.2c
Operations - Division
- develop an understanding of division as sharing and as repeated subtraction, without and with remainders
- develop and/or recall division facts within 100
- divide a three-digit number by a one-digit number without and with remainders
- use calculator to check estimates
- solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving division of whole numbers
• 4.NS.1.3
Fractions
identify fractions and equivalent forms of fractions with denominators 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10 and 12
compare and order fractions with appropriate denominators and position on the number line
calculate a fraction of a set using concrete materials
calculate a number, given a multiple fraction of the number
express one number as a fraction of another number
solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving fractions
• 4.NS.1.4
Decimals
express tenths and hundredths as fractions and decimals
identify place value of whole numbers and decimals to two places and write in expanded form
order decimals on the number line
add and subtract whole numbers and decimals up to two places
multiply and divide a decimal number up to two places by a single-digit whole number
solve problems involving decimals.
• Measures
• 4.M.1.1
Length
estimate, compare, measure and record lengths of a wide variety of objects, using appropriate metric units, and selecting suitable instruments of measurement
rename units of length using decimal or fraction form
understand, estimate and measure the perimeter of regular 2-D shapes
solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving the addition, subtraction, multiplication and simple division of units of length (m, cm, km).
• 4.M.1.2
Area
estimate, compare and measure the area of regular and irregular shapes
• 4.M.1.3
Weight
estimate, compare, measure and record the weight of a wide variety of objects using appropriate metric units (kg, g) and selecting suitable instruments of measurement
rename units of weight in kg and g
rename units of weight using decimal or fraction form
solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving the addition, subtraction, multiplication and simple division of units of weight (kg and g).
• 4.M.1.4
Capacity
estimate, compare, measure and record capacity using appropriate metric units (l, ml) and selecting suitable instruments of measurement
rename units of capacity in l and ml
rename units of capacity using decimal and fraction form
solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving the addition, subtraction, multiplication and simple division of units of capacity (l, ml).
• 4.M.1.5
Time
consolidate and develop further a sense of time passing
read time in one-minute intervals on analogue and digital clock (12-hour)
express digital time as analogue time and vice versa
read and interpret simple timetables.
rename minutes as hours and hours as minutes
read dates from calendars and express weeks as days and vice versa
solve and complete practical tasks and problems involving times and dates and the addition and subtraction of hours and minutes
• 4.M.1.6
Money (use up to introduction of the euro)
rename amounts of money as pounds or pence and record using p or £ symbol and decimal point
solve and complete practical one-step and two-step problems and tasks involving the addition, subtraction, multiplication and simple division of money.
• 4.M.1.7
Money - euro
rename amounts of money as euro or cents and record using £ symbol and decimal point
solve and complete practical one-step and two-step problems and tasks involving the addition, subtraction, multiplication and simple division of money.