Instruction in our classroom meets or exceeds South Carolina College- and Career-Ready Standards. Fourth-grade students begin to develop more advanced problem solving skills. Using this ability, the South Carolina College- and Career-Ready Standards have students use the four operations to solve problems with an emphasis on multiplying two-digits by two-digits and division of four-digits by one digit. Fourth graders expand their work with fractions and are introduced to decimals through hundredths. They learn more about Geometry, measurement, and data. Remember, your child must show the steps, one at a time, needed to solve a math problem. This activity requires students to organize their work. It provides a “trail” for checking answers; shows exactly what was done; and allows for intervention exactly at the point where necessary. By showing their work, students are more accurate and avoid habits that could hinder their math progress.
The following interactive resources work best using a computer or tablet.