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# 4th Grade Algebra Skills Prior Standards Implementation

### Algebra

Solve open sentences involving addition, subtraction,
4.2.1
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1. Algebraic Reasoning Using Weighing Scales - Learn how to think algebraically with these clever weighing scales. Levels 1 and 2 contain two scales. Level 3 is more difficult and has three scales. Your goal is to determine the weight of one or more of the objects.
2. Bracket Basics - [ click Continue to play the game ] drag numbers into spaces to make the statement correct, practices order of operation
3. Is That A Fact? - select the appropriate operation for solving a problem
4. Let's Go Shopping - estimate by rounding to the nearest dollar as they shop
5. Mathematics Problem Solving Index - practice at solving a variety of open sentence problems
6. Math Story Problems! - Kid created math story problems ("Kitten" pages are the easiest.) There are lots of links to pages of problems... scroll way down to see them all
7. Problem-Solving - numerous online tasks covering all operations with hints and answers provided.
8. Spy Guys Interactive - Balancing Equations - Lesson 11
9. Sum Sense (Addition) - practice single digit addition by dragging numbers to complete the sentence.
10. Sum Sense (Subtraction) - practice single digit subtraction by dragging numbers to complete the sentence.
11. Word Problems for Kids - pick grade level and start solving problems
Extend numerical and geometric patterns.
4.2.2
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1. Algebra Puzzle - Find the value of each of the three objects presented in the puzzle. The numbers given represent the sum of the objects in each row or column. Sometimes, only one object will appear in a row or column. That makes the puzzle easier to solve. Other times, you will have to look for relationships among the objects.
2. Brenda's Bedroom Border - complete a pattern
3. Crack the Code - find the missing number in a series
4. Missing Numbers - find the missing numbers in a sequence
5. Patterns - this video lesson explains patterns, and then gives your students the chance to show understanding on several quizzes.
6. Spooky Sequences - One of the ghosts is missing a number. Click on the numbers along the bottom to enter the right number in the sequence. ( square numbers )
7. Spooky Sequences - One of the ghosts is missing a number. Click on the numbers along the bottom to enter the right number in the sequence. (triangular numbers)
8. Spooky Sequences - One of the ghosts is missing a number. Click on the numbers along the bottom to enter the right number in the sequence. one digit numbers (by ones ) | two digit numbers (by ones) | three digit numbers (by ones) | counting by twos | counting by fives | counting by tens | backward by ones | backward by twos | backward by fives | backward by tens
9. Spy Guys Interactive - Summarizing/Extending Patterns - Lesson 8
10. What's the Pattern? - eight questions regarding patterns
Determine the function rule for data in a function table.
4.2.3
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1. Ambleweb Function Machine - students identify what process was used to produce a sequence of numbers (twelve processes available)
2. What's the Pattern? - eight questions regarding patterns
Solve open sentences involving multiplication and division
4.2.5
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1. Mathematics Problem Solving Index - practice at solving a variety of open sentence problems
2. Problem-Solving - numerous online tasks covering all operations with hints and answers provided.
3. Sum Sense (Division) - Students practice single digit division by dragging numbers to complete the sentence.
4. Sum Sense (Multiplication) - Students practice single digit multiplication by dragging numbers to complete the sentence.
5. Word Problems - using basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication
6. Word Problems for Kids - Pick your grade level and start solving problems!
7. Sock Adventures - Fractions/Estimations, Multiplication , Money : Run-away socks put students through critical thinking math exercises
Apply basic function rules.
4.2.6
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1. Ambleweb Function Machine - students identify what process was used to produce a sequence of numbers (twelve processes available)
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives

### Review Help

Practice Tests
Released Tests & Others
1. FCAT Sample Test Book - [ 2008 ] sample questions and test taking tips
2. FCAT Sample Answer Book - [ 2008 ] sample questions and test taking tips
3. Fourth Grade Math - Read each question and choose the best answer. Then mark the circle next to the letter for the answer you have chosen. (from Texas)
4. Texas end-of-year Math test 2004
TAAS Attack Daily Upkeeps
1. Daily Upkeeps - Scroll down this page until you see "4th Grade TAAS Attack Daily Upkeeps." There are 15 practice activities to print (in .pdf format)

General Total Math Review

1. Brain Teasers - critical thinking skills
2. Math Olympics - Answer 20 multiple choice questions correctly to win the Math Olympics. Topics range from basic computation and general math knowledge to word problems with percentages, ratios, and fractions. Math Olympics provides excellent test prep practice for students in grades 4+.
3. Money Review - Start on level two or three for counting money review
4. Mrs. Renz's 4th grade math site - Many selections of concepts to review and practice.
5. SOL Resources - posted by Virginia DOC
6. Solve It! - Math Videos provide problem solving practice for students in grades 3 to 6. Each of the thirteen sets contain five multi step word problems with step by step video solutions. Concepts include basic operations, algebraic reasoning, money, fractions, percent, perimeter, area, proportional reasoning, and measurement.
7. ThatQuiz is a math testing web site developed by Andrew Lyczak, a graduate student at the University of New Hampshire. The site offers free testing, grading and record keeping for teachers, with practice tests for students. This is a completely free, non-profit educational site.
 site for teachers | PowerPoint show | Acrobat document | Word document | whiteboard resource | sound | video format | interactive lesson | a quiz | lesson plan | to print

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