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The Math Art supplemental curriculum can assist with the instruction of the following math skills/concepts that 4th graders are required to learn:
• Skip counting by any number between 2 and 10.
• Memorizing and understanding place value, including decimal place value.
• Memorizing multiplication facts.
• Understanding fraction equivalency and fractions as parts of a set.
• Converting fractions into decimals and percents.
• Measuring accurately to the nearest half unit.
• Measuring area and perimeter of complex shapes.
• Measuring the volume of various boxes.
• Recognizing the key characteristics of various types of triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons.
• Distinguishing between similar and congruent shapes.
• Estimating, measuring, and comparing angle measurements.
• Applying translations, reflections and rotations to visual images.
• Reading, interpreting, and creating a variety of graphs.
• Identifying and understanding square numbers.
• Proving or disproving the symmetry of complex shapes and patterns.
• Defining and identifying “perpendicular” and “parallel” lines.
• Comparing, sorting, and describing 3d shapes using the terms "faces," "vertices," and "edges."
• Calculating “real life distances” using a map scale.
• Creating circles using given radii.
• Defining and identifying the three parts of a division fact.
• Solving division word problems.
You can also view the primary learning objectives of each lesson, or download the NCTM Standards Alignment Chart to see how the lessons align with the mathematics standards outlined by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.

Multiplication

Symmetry

Area

Perpendicular and
Parallel Lines

Shapes

Data and Graphs

Volume

Reflections, Translations,
& Rotations

Fractions of a Set

Multiples

Centimeter Measurement

The Number Chart

Square Numbers

Perimeter

Place Value

Angles

Similar Triangles

Prisms and Pyramids

Map Scale

Percents