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1 Number Strand Scope and Sequence for Math 4 (1e) Number Sense and Numeration Counts by 1 s, 2 s, 3 s, 4 s, 5 s, 6 s, 7 s, 8 s, 9 s, 10 s, 12 s, 25 s, 100 s, A s, and F s 6, 10, 25, 28, 29, 32, 68, 99, Meetings 2 9 Reads and writes numbers to 1,000,000,000 24, 32, 52, 53 Reads and writes money amounts to \$99, , 13, 31, 38, 39, 80, 95, 125, 126 Compares and orders numbers with 2, 3, and 4 or more digits 24, 32, 57 Rounds numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand 13, 32, 118 Identifies place value in numbers to 100,000,000 24, 52, 56 Writes a number in expanded form 56 Identifies even and odd numbers 25 Writes numbers using words 31, 53 Identifies multiples of a number 6, 10, 21, 25, 28, 29, 32, 99 Identifies prime numbers and composite numbers 97, 98 Identifies perfect squares 115 Identifies and approximates square roots 122 Identifies cube roots and perfect cubes 130 Identifies rational numbers from pictures and draws pictures to show rational numbers 17, 20, 67, 83, 121 Locates rational numbers on a number line 26, 32, 96, 101 Identifies the approximate value of π 133 Reads and writes Roman numerals 100 Concepts of Whole Number Operations Identifies addends, sums, factors, products, differences, quotients, dividends, and divisors Acts out, draws pictures of, and writes number sentences to show addition and subtraction 5, 25, 41, 75 43, 59, 138 Identifies and uses the commutative and associative properties 5, 25 Acts out, draws pictures of, and writes number sentences to 22, 43, 69, 71, 72, 74, 76, 81, 88, 92, show multiplication and division 138 Makes, labels, and writes number sentences for an array 71, 72 Uses the order of operations to simplify expressions 116 Writes division problems in three ways 74 Copyright by Saxon Publishers, Inc. and Nancy Larson.

2 Number Strand Whole Number Computation Addition Masters basic addition facts Identifies missing addends Estimates a sum Adds using mental computation Adds three or more single-digit numbers Adds 2- and 3-digit numbers Uses estimation to check the reasonableness of sums Adds whole numbers and money amounts (decimals) to \$99, , 55, 62 13, 32, 38 6, 11, , 13, 16, 38 13, 32, 38 6, 8, 12, 13, 38, 125 Solves problems involving addition 43, 55, 59, 62 Writes story problems for addition number sentences 43 Subtraction Masters basic subtraction facts 41 Subtracts using mental computation 58 Subtracts numbers with 2 to 5 digits 65 Subtracts money amounts (decimals) 65 Checks subtraction answers using addition 41, 65 Solves problems involving subtraction 43, 55, 59, 62 Writes story problems for subtraction number sentences 43 Multiplication Masters multiplication facts 21, 25, 29 Multiplies by 10, 100, 1000, and 10, Multiplies by multiples of 10, 100, 1000, and 10, Multiplies using mental computation 36 Multiplies using the multiplication algorithm 48, 54, 108, 113 Solves problems involving multiplication 126 Division Masters division facts 75 Divides 2-, 3-, and 4-digit numbers by a single-digit number 79, 81, 92, 102 Checks division answers using multiplication 74, 76, 79, 81, 88, 92, 102 Solves problems involving division 69, 76, 88, Copyright by Saxon Publishers, Inc. and Nancy Larson.

3 Number Strand Fractions and Decimals Identifies fractional parts of a whole 17 Writes a fraction to show a part of a whole 17 Writes a fraction to show a part of a set 1 Compares fractions 26, 27, 68, 119 Orders fractions 26, 27, 68, 119 Identifies equivalent fractions 67, 98 Identifies a fractional part of a set 107 Represents and writes mixed numbers 82, 83, 89 Writes tenths using common and decimal fractions 119 Writes hundredths using common and decimal fractions 125 Pictures decimal fractions 121, 125 Adds and subtracts fractions 103, 117, 121, 125 Money Counts money Compares the values of sets of coins Writes money amounts using and \$ Selects coins for a given amount Makes change from \$1.00 and \$10.00 Writes checks Balances a checkbook register Completes a catalog order form Estimates and finds amount of sales tax 11, , 62 31, 39 80, 95 39, 126, Geometry and Measurement Strand Geometry and Spatial Relationships Identifies, describes, and classifies polygons Identifies and draws congruent line segments and shapes Solves spatial problems Identifies and sorts common geometric shapes by attribute Names line segments Identifies horizontal, vertical, and oblique line segments Identifies and draws a line of symmetry 63, 70, 86, 90, , 91 70, 91 14, 15, 27, 68, Copyright by Saxon Publishers, Inc. and Nancy Larson. 3

4 Geometry and Measurement Strand Geometry and Spatial Relationships Identifies parallel lines and line segments Identifies intersecting lines Identifies perpendicular lines and line segments Identifies right, acute, and obtuse angles Identifies straight angles Names triangles by angle size Identifies and shows transformations: translations, rotations, and reflections Identifies, describes, and classifies 3-dimensional geometric objects Identifies faces, vertices, and edges of a geometric solid Constructs a geometric solid , 90, 109, 111, 112, 127, , , , , , 124 Measurement Time and Calendar Tells and shows time to the hour, half hour, quarter hour, 5 minutes, minute, and second Finds elapsed time Identifies a.m. and p.m.; noon and midnight Writes date using digits Identifies equivalent units of time Identifies U.S. time zones Temperature Estimates temperature Reads a Fahrenheit or Celsius thermometer Identifies common temperatures Linear Measure Estimates length and distance Measures length using customary units (nearest inch, half inch, quarter inch, foot, and yard) Draws line segments using customary units (nearest inch, half inch, quarter inch, one-eighth inch, and one-sixteenth inch) 7, 33 42, , 21, , , 37, 104, , 27, 30, 37, , 15, 19, 27, 68, Copyright by Saxon Publishers, Inc. and Nancy Larson.

5 Geometry and Measurement Strand Measurement Linear Measure Measures length using metric units (nearest centimeter, millimeter, and meter) Draws line segments using metric units (nearest centimeter and millimeter) Identifies equivalent units of linear measure Uses a scale to find distance on a map Weight (Mass) Identifies units of mass: customary or metric Estimates mass Weighs objects using customary or metric units Capacity (Volume) Estimates capacity Orders containers by capacity Measures capacity using standard units Identifies equivalent units of capacity Follows a recipe and measures Perimeter, Area, and Volume Compares and orders objects by size (area) Measures area using nonstandard units Estimates area Measures area of a rectangle Measures perimeter of a polygon Measures volume of a rectangular prism Measures volume of a cube Compares, estimates, and measures circumference 14, 15, 37, , 18, 27, , , , , , 87 30, 87 60, , 37, 133 Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability Strand Data Analysis and Statistics Graphs data on a bar graph Draws and reads a bar graph Draws and reads a bar graph with a scale of 2 or 10 3, 10, 30, 57, 140 3, 10, 30, 57, Copyright by Saxon Publishers, Inc. and Nancy Larson. 5

6 Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability Strand Data Analysis and Statistics Draws and reads a line graph 105 Draws and reads a pictograph Creates and reads a Venn diagram 47 Tallies 10, 110, 120 Writes observations from a graph 10, 50 Conducts a survey 10, 51 Finds the mean (average) and median of a set of data 93, 94, 105, 114 Probability Describes the likelihood of an event Predicts the outcome of a probability experiment Conducts a probability experiment 110, , , 120 Patterns, Algebra, and Functions Strand Algebra and Functions Uses comparison symbols (>, <, and =) Constructs a number line and locates points on a number line Graphs large numbers on a number line Shows addition and subtraction on a number line Adds positive and negative numbers Identifies the missing number in a sequence Identifies the missing shape or design in a repeating pattern Makes, labels, and writes number sentences for an array Identifies the missing number in an array Identifies and writes a function rule Makes an organized list to solve a problem Makes a table to solve a problem Draws a picture to solve a problem Simplifies expressions containing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division Locates and graphs points on a coordinate graph 24 26, 32, , (Assessment 3) 71, , Copyright by Saxon Publishers, Inc. and Nancy Larson.

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