When a child enters the fourth grade big changes begin to occur academically. One those habits and changes have been established, your child will then enter 4th grade and begin to build their skills and grow in what they have learned in the grade three and prior.
4th grade will also be about refining their abilities that have acquired over the past few years in new concepts regarding mathematics. They will now focus on any previous concepts and four of these categories will be broad subjects that will require a lot of concentration.
The math subjects that will be most studied in grade 4 will be data analysis, probability, patterns and number sense, computation and operations, measurement and geometry. These will be the primary studies combined with maintaining other important learned studies.
Each state has it’s own cirriculum however there are some common threads that will constantly be addressed and taught in grade four. It’s always going to be important that the children are comfortable with what they are learning in math and how they are learning the subjects at hand. If not, students often face anxiety that will surely create a sense of failure even if they are on the edge of understanding.
The links above will provide some math worksheets that will assist you and your child or children in keeping up with their math knowledge. Continual practice is always necessary for your child to stay on track with their math studies. At home practice is often more comfortable when they have time to relax and learn without the pressures experienced in limited time in the classroom.