**Number Sense Outcomes or Grade 4:**

__I can show and explain whole numbers from 0 to 10 000 using pictures and numbers.__

**Place Value:**I can compare numbers from 0 to 10 000.

I can order numbers from 0 to 10 000.

I can do my addition facts for numbers with answers up to 10 000, using pictures, words, numbers, and objects.

Students should be able to:

1.Use place value to describe whole numbers up to 1000 based on hundreds, tens, and ones,

for example: 742 is ...

7 hundreds and 4 tens and 2 ones,

or 74 tens and 2 ones,

or 7 hundreds and 42 ones,

or 6 hundreds and 14 tens and 2 ones,

or 3 hundreds and 43 tens and 12 ones,

or other place value-based descriptions.

(It is important for students to be able to give several different combinations.)

2.Find a number that is 10 more/less and 100 more/less than a given three-digit/four-digit number.

__Multiplication and Division:__I can explain what happens when I multiply a number by 0 and 1.

I can explain what happens when I divide a number by 1.

I can skip count forwards and backwards from a known fact.

I can double numbers to help solve mental math problems.

I can halve numbers to help solve mental math problems.

I can double a number and add one more group to it.

I can halve a number and add one more group to it.

I can double a number and subtract one more group to it.

I can halve a number and subtract one more group to it.

I can use the pattern of the 9s times table to solve simple multiplication facts to 9 x 9.

I can use the pattern of the 9s times table to solve simple related division facts to 9 x 9.

I can multiply a 2-digit or 3-digit number by a 1-digit number to solve problems.

I can divide a 2-digit dividend by a 1-digit divisor.

I can estimate quotients of simple division problems using my own strategies (with or without materials).

**Decimals and Fractions:**I can name and record fractions for the part of a whole.

I can name and record fractions for the part of a set.

I can compare fractions.

I can order fractions that have the same numerator and explain why they are ordered.

I can show that two same fractions may not be equal (e.g. half of a large apple does not equal half of a small apple).

I can show how fractions are used in real life.

I can show a fraction using pictures and manipulatives.

I can order fractions that have the same denominator and explain why.

I can name which benchmark ( 0, ½, 1) that a given fraction is closest to.

I can order a given set of fractions on a number line.

I can use words, pictures, and numbers to describe and show decimals from the tenths and hundredths.

I can explain the meaning of each digit in a given decimal.

I can show a given decimal using dimes and pennies.

I can give a real-life example of where tenths and hundreds are used.

I can write an equal decimal in which a given tenth can be shown as hundredths.

I can read decimals as fractions.

I can change a given fraction to a decimal (tenths and hundredths).

I can change a given decimal to a fraction (tenths and hundredths).

I can make a picture or use manipulatives to show an equal fraction and decimal.

I can add decimals to hundredths.

I can subtract decimals to hundredths.

I can add and subtract decimals up to the hundredths using estimation.

I can add and subtract decimals up to the hundredths using mental math.