October 16th20th
Students will be able to round, compare and order decimals.
Rounding decimals follows the same rounding rules as with whole numbers.
5.851 > 5.9 Nearest hundredth 5.851 > 5.85 Nearest whole number (ones place) 5.851 > 6 
When you order decimals, you must stack them so that the decimal points are in line. They you start at the front of the number and compare the first place where there are two different digits.
4.5; 4.55; 45.59; .569; .5 04.500 04.550 45.490 00.569 00.500 You then substitute 0s in to make all of the numbers look the same (same number of digits You will then clearly be able to compare starting in the front of the numbers and working back. 
When you compare decimals you must stack them so that the decimal points are in line.
63.06 < 63.6 63.06 63.60 
October 10th13th
Students will learn and understand decimal place value (tenths, hundredths, and thousandths)
The midquarter assessment will be given on Monday 10/9
October 2nd  6th
Students will be able to compare, order, and round whole numbers through the millions place.
**Homework for this skill will begin on Tuesday 10/3**

Students will need to know how to round to the nearest tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, and hundred thousands places.
*In 3rd grade they learned how to round to the tens, hundreds, and thousands.
*In 3rd grade they learned how to round to the tens, hundreds, and thousands.
September 25th29th
Students will read, write, and identify the place and value of each digit in a ninedigit whole number
September 18th22nd
Students will recognize and demonstrate the meaning of equality in an equation.
Students will investigate and describe the associative property for addition and multiplication.
Students will investigate and describe the associative property for addition and multiplication.
Equality  Determining whether or not two sides of an equation are the same value.
Equality in an equation
Equality means the same, or equal (=)
An equation is a number sentence (4+3)
*Students are expected to decide whether an equation shows equality (4 x 3 = 2 x 6)  each side equals 12 so the two equations are equal.
*Students also need to be able to create equivalent equations (4 x 3 = 2 x _)  They would have to be able to recognize or calculate that the digit 6 goes in the blank so that both sides equal 12.
Equality means the same, or equal (=)
An equation is a number sentence (4+3)
*Students are expected to decide whether an equation shows equality (4 x 3 = 2 x 6)  each side equals 12 so the two equations are equal.
*Students also need to be able to create equivalent equations (4 x 3 = 2 x _)  They would have to be able to recognize or calculate that the digit 6 goes in the blank so that both sides equal 12.
Associative Properties
Insert digits in place of the letters to create examples.
September 11th15th
Students will understand what least common multiples and greatest common factors are and be able to find them.
September 5th8th
Students will demonstrate fluency with multiplication facts through 12 × 12, and the corresponding division facts
~This is a review from 3rd grade~
~This is a review from 3rd grade~