Ontario Elementary Grade 4 Mathematics Curriculum
The following are highlights of student learning in Grade 4. They are provided to give teachers and parents a quick overview of the mathematical knowledge and skills that students are expected to acquire in each strand in this grade.
Number Sense and Numeration: representing and ordering numbers to 10 000; representing money amounts to $100; developing the concept of place value to tenths; representing and comparing fractions using fractional notation; adding and subtracting three-digit numbers in a
variety of ways; multiplying and dividing two-digit whole numbers by one-digit whole numbers;relating halves, fifths, and tenths to decimals
Measurement: measuring length using millimetres; measuring time intervals to the nearest minute; determining elapsed time; measuring mass in grams and capacity in millilitres; measuring volume using concrete materials; determining area and perimeter relationships for rectangles;
comparing the mass and capacity of objects using standard units; relating years to decades and decades to centuries
Geometry and Spatial Sense: identifying geometric properties of parallelograms; classifying two-dimensional shapes by geometric properties (number of sides, angles, and symmetry); identifying a straight angle, a right angle, and half a right angle; classifying prisms and pyramids
by geometric properties; constructing three-dimensional figures in a variety of ways; describing location using a grid system; performing and describing reflections
Patterning and Algebra: relating the term and the term number in a numeric sequence; generating patterns that involve addition, subtraction,multiplication, and reflections; determining the missing numbers in equations involving multiplication of one- and two-digit numbers;
using the commutative and distributive properties to facilitate computation
Data Management and Probability: collecting and organizing discrete data; reading and displaying data using stem-and-leaf plots and double bar graphs; understanding median; comparing two related sets of data; predicting the frequency of an outcome; investigating how the
number of repetitions of a probability experiment affects the conclusion drawn
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