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4th Grade

Fourth graders at Partnership Academy continue to build their critical literacy skills, advanced math problem solving, social justice mindsets, and a passion for learning!  
Please visit our 4th grade website for even more resources and information:   

Big Math Goals in 4th Grade:

* Rounding and Estimating numbers into the millions

* Memorizing multiplication and division facts 0s-10s

* Multiplying and dividing multi-digit numbers

* Understanding fractions: identifying equivalent fractions, mixed numbers, and improper fractions on a number line; comparing and ordering fractions using models

* Understanding decimals: reading tenths, hundredths, and thousandths; comparing and ordering decimals on a number line and grid; finding equivalent decimals and fractions (i.e. halves, fourths, and tenths)

* Solving real world problems (representing and solving with numbers up to 10,000 including addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and multi-step problems)



Resources to Practice Math:

* Our 4th grade site has many great games and resources:   

* We recommend using - each student has a username and password







Big Reading Goals in 4th Grade:

* For more advanced readers, we hope that they will read a variety of books, from novels to non-fiction with understanding

* Use a range of strategies to understand a text and the words in it

* Recognize and discuss different types of texts, structures, and author's techniques

* Make connections between different texts

* Write expressively in many different forms (stories, poetry, reports)

* Use a rich variety of vocabulary and sentences

* Revise and edit their own writing


Resources to Practice Reading:

* Our 4th grade site has many great games and resources:   



* Visit our wonderful public libraries to get a free library card and borrow books

* Read more about developing bilingual readers at

We highly recommend your 4th grader reads independently for at least 30 minutes every day. You can support your child by talking to him/her about that they are reading and what they think about the text. Fourth graders will benefit from having a designated space and time for doing homework and reading. As your child's skills become more complex, it is still very beneficial for him/her to talk with you in your native language, read or tell stories with you, and have your support to develop good study and work habits.