# 4th Grade Math Learning Targets

Math, 4

(OAT) ALT 1 - Multi-Digit Addition, Subtraction

I can use multi-digit addition and subtraction to solve problems.

AST 1.1 - Interpret, Write, Solve Word Problems  :  I can interpret, write, and solve word problems that involve making comparisons or using a variable. OA.1-3

AST 1.2 - Assess Reasonableness  :  I can assess the reasonableness of answers using mental math and estimation strategies. OA.3

AST 1.3 - Add, Subtract Using Standard Algorithm   :  I can fluently add and subtract using the standard algorithm. NBT.4

(OAT) ALT 2 - Use Multi-Digit Multiplication

I can use multi-digit multiplication and division to solve problems.

AST 2.1 - Interpret, Write, Solve Word Problems  :  I can interpret, write, and solve word problems that involve making comparisons or using a variable. OA.1-3

AST 2.2 - Interpret Remainders  :  I can interpret remainders based on the context of a problem. OA.3

AST 2.3 - Assess Reasonableness  :  I can assess the reasonableness of answers using mental math and estimation strategies. OA.3

AST 2.4 - Place Value  :  I can apply my understanding of place value to solve problems. NBT.5-6

AST 2.5 - Properties of Operations  :  I can apply the properties of operations (commutative, associative, distributive, etc.) to solve problems. NBT.5-6

AST 2.6 - Solve Multi-Digit Problems  :  I can solve multi-digit problems using a variety of strategies. NBT.5-6

AST 2.7 - Rectangular Arrays  :  I can show the relationship between multiplication and division using rectangular arrays or area models. NBT.6

(OAT) ALT 3 - Factors and Multiples

I can apply my understanding of factors and multiples. (*Note: Not on report card)

AST 3.1 - Factor Pairs for Whole Numbers  :  I can find all of the factor pairs for whole numbers 1-100. OA.4

AST 3.2 - Prime or Composit  :  I can determine whether a whole number (1-100) is prime or composite. OA.4

AST 3.3 - Multiple of Factors  :  I can recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors. OA.4

(OAT) ALT 4 - Patterns with Unknown Rules

I can create and analyze patterns with unknown rules. (*Note: Not on report card)

AST 4.1 - Number or Shape Patterns  :  I can create and extend number or shape patterns. OA.5

AST 4.2 - Describe Pattern  :  I can describe a pattern. OA.5

(NOBT) ALT 5 - Place Value to a Million

I can read, write, and compare numbers with place value to a million.

AST 5.1 - Place Value Increases, Decreases  :  I understand that each place value increases by ten times to the left and decreases by ten times to the right. NBT.1

AST 5.2 - Place of Number up to a Million  :  I can name each place of a number up to a million, identifying the value of each digit within. NBT.2

AST 5.3 - Read, Write Multi-Digit Numbers  :  I can read and write multi-digit numbers using standard form, expanded notation and written form. NBT.2

AST 5.4 - Compare Multi-Digit Numbers  :  I can use the symbols <, =, > to compare multi digit numbers (up to 1,000,000). NBT.2

AST 5.5 - Round a Number  :  I can round a number to a given place value (up to 1,000,000). NBT.3

(NOF) ALT 6 - Fractions and Decimals

I can add, subtract, order and compare fractions and decimals and multiply fractions by whole numbers.

AST 6.1 - Equivalant Fractions  :  I can identify and name equivalent fractions using models and multiplication. NF.1

AST 6.2 - Order Fractions  :  I can order fractions with like and unlike denominators from smallest to largest. NF.2

AST 6.3 - Identify the Whole or One  :  I can identify the ‘whole’ or ‘one’; comparing fractions that refer to the same whole. NF.2

AST 6.4 - Add, Subtract Fractions  :  I can add and subtract fractions with like denominators using models and equations. NF.3

AST 6.5 - Add Fraction to Itself  :  I can repeatedly add a fraction to itself to show the results are the same as multiplying that fraction by the same number. Example: 3/6 = 1/6 + 1/6 + 1/6 or 3/6 = 3 x (1/6) NF.4

AST 6.6 - Rename Fractions with 10 and 100  :  I can rename fractions with 10 and 100 in the denominator as decimals. NF.5-6

AST 6.7 - Compare Decimals to the hundredths  :  I can compare decimals to the hundredths when they refer to the same whole. NF.7

AST 6.8 - Line Plot  :  I can create and use a line plot to solve addition and subtraction problems with fractions (to the nearest 1/8 of a unit). MD.4

(MD) ALT 7 - Measurement Conversions

I can solve problems involving measurement and measurement conversions, including distance, time, volume, mass and money.

AST 7.1 - Record Measurement Equivalants  :  I can record measurement equivalents in a two-column table including km, m, cm; kg, g; lb, oz.; l, ml; hr, min, sec. MD.1

AST 7.2 - Solve Measurement Word Problems  :  I can solve measurement word problems that have simple fractions, decimals and unit conversions. MD.2

AST 7.3 - Use Diagrams to Represent Measurement  :  I can use diagrams to represent measurement quantities. MD.2

AST 7.4 - Compute Area and Perimeter  :  I can use formulas to compute area and perimeter. MD.3

AST 7.5 - Line Plot  :  I can create and use a line plot to solve addition and subtraction problems with fractions (to the nearest 1/8 of a unit). MD.4

(GM) ALT 8 - Understand Concepts of Angles

I can understand concepts of angles, and I can accurately measure angles.

AST 8.1 - Two Rays Share End Point  :  I can understand that angles are composed of two rays that share an endpoint. MD.5

AST 8.2 - Use a Protractor  :  I can use a protractor to measure angles. MD.6

AST 8.3 - Sketch an Angle  :  I can sketch an angle of a specified measure. MD.6

AST 8.4 - Find Unknown Angles  :  I can use addition and subtraction to find unknown angles in a real-world problem. MD.7

(GEO) ALT 9 - Lines and Angles

I can draw and identify lines and angles, and classify shapes by properties of their lines and angles.

AST 9.1 - Points, Lines, Line Segments, Rays  :  I can draw and identify points, lines, line segments and rays individually and in 2-D shapes. G.1

AST 9.2 - Perpendicular and Parallel Lines  :  I can draw and identify perpendicular and parallel lines in 2-D shapes. G.1

AST 9.3 - Right, Acute, Obtuse Angles  :  I can draw and identify right, acute, and obtuse angles individually and as part of 2-D shapes. G.1

AST 9.4 - Classify 2-D Figures  :  I can classify 2-D figures using my knowledge of lines and angles. G.2

AST 9.5 - Right Triangles  :  I can identify right triangles. G.2

AST 9.6 - Line of Symetery:  I can identify and draw a line of symmetry and identify figures that have symmetry. G.3

MP 1 - Making Sense

Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them.

MP 2 - Reason Abstractly

Reason abstractly and quantitatively.

MP 3 - Construct Arguments

Construct viable arguments & critique the reasoning of others.

MP 4 - Model with Math

Model with mathematics.

MP 5 - Use Tools

Use appropriate tools strategically.

MP 6 - Precision

Attend to precision.

MP 7- Structure

Look for and make use of structure.

MP 8 - Repeated Reasoning

Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.