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Mr. Matt's Math Masters - Grade 4 Mathematics Made FUN! | Full Math Curriculum

Mr. Matt (Certified Teacher, B.Ed., B.A.)
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Join us for an engaging, interactive, and gamified math course that places learners at the center of their mathematical exploration, fostering a love for numbers and patterns through hands-on activities and interactive experiences.

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117 lessons//39 Weeks
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and setting expectations..css-1ngtilx{cursor:pointer;padding:0 4px;}.css-v481rw{-webkit-user-select:none;-moz-user-select:none;-ms-user-select:none;user-select:none;width:1em;height:1em;display:inline-block;fill:currentColor;-webkit-flex-shrink:0;-ms-flex-negative:0;flex-shrink:0;-webkit-transition:fill 200ms cubic-bezier(0.4, 0, 0.2, 1) 0ms;transition:fill 200ms cubic-bezier(0.4, 0, 0.2, 1) 0ms;font-size:inherit;vertical-align:-0.125em;height:24px;}Lesson 2Exploring Math TogetherFun math games and activities to build a positive classroom culture.Lesson 3Getting to Know Your Math ToolsOverview of tools and resources we’ll use throughout the course..css-1t0ni75{display:grid;grid-gap:0;grid-template-columns:96px 1fr;margin-top:28px;} Week 2Lesson 4Understanding Place ValueBasics of place value and its importance in math.Lesson 5Comparing and Ordering NumbersTechniques for comparing and ordering large numbers.Lesson 6Rounding and EstimatingLearning to round numbers and estimate sums and differences. Week 3Lesson 7Adding Large NumbersStrategies for adding numbers up to 10,000.Lesson 8Subtracting Large NumbersTechniques for subtracting numbers up to 10,000.Lesson 9Word Problems with Addition and SubtractionSolving real-world problems using addition and subtraction. Week 4Lesson 10Understanding Commutative and Associative PropertiesExploring commutative and associative properties of addition and multiplication.Lesson 11Distributive PropertyBreaking down the distributive property and how it applies to multiplication.Lesson 12Combining Properties in Problem SolvingUsing operation properties to simplify and solve problems. Week 5Lesson 13Strategies for Mental MultiplicationTechniques for multiplying numbers mentally.Lesson 14Multiplication Patterns and TricksDiscovering patterns and tricks to make multiplication easier.Lesson 15Practice and ApplicationApplying mental multiplication strategies in various scenarios. Week 6Lesson 16Multiplying by Single-Digit NumbersMethods for multiplying multi-digit numbers by single digits.Lesson 17Multiplying by Multi-Digit NumbersTechniques for multiplying multi-digit numbers by multi-digit numbers.Lesson 18Word Problems with MultiplicationSolving word problems involving multi-digit multiplication. Week 7Lesson 19Introduction to DivisionBasics of division and its relationship to multiplication.Lesson 20Division StrategiesStrategies for simple division problems.Lesson 21Dividing Larger NumbersTechniques for dividing larger numbers and understanding remainders. Week 8Lesson 22Long Division StepsStep-by-step process of long division.Lesson 23Practice with Long DivisionPracticing long division with different examples.Lesson 24Long Division Word ProblemsApplying long division to solve real-world problems. Week 9Lesson 25Advanced Long DivisionMore complex long division problems and techniques.Lesson 26Long Division with RemaindersHandling remainders in long division.Lesson 27Mixed Practice and ApplicationCombining all long division skills in various scenarios. Week 10Lesson 28Understanding FractionsBasics of fractions and their representation.Lesson 29Equivalent FractionsFinding and understanding equivalent fractions.Lesson 30Comparing and Ordering FractionsTechniques for comparing and ordering fractions. Week 11Lesson 31Adding and Subtracting FractionsMethods for adding and subtracting fractions with like denominators.Lesson 32Adding and Subtracting Unlike FractionsTechniques for handling fractions with unlike denominators.Lesson 33Fraction Word ProblemsSolving word problems involving fractions. Week 12Lesson 34Introduction to DecimalsUnderstanding decimals and their relation to fractions.Lesson 35Reading and Writing DecimalsTechniques for reading and writing decimal numbers.Lesson 36Comparing and Ordering DecimalsStrategies for comparing and ordering decimal numbers. Week 13Lesson 37Converting Fractions to DecimalsMethods for converting fractions to decimals.Lesson 38Converting Decimals to FractionsTechniques for converting decimals to fractions.Lesson 39Mixed Practice with Fractions and DecimalsPractice problems involving both fractions and decimals. Week 14Lesson 40Adding DecimalsMethods for adding decimal numbers.Lesson 41Subtracting DecimalsTechniques for subtracting decimal numbers.Lesson 42Decimal Word ProblemsSolving real-world problems involving decimals. Week 15Lesson 43Review of Key ConceptsRecap of key concepts from the first term.Lesson 44Practice Problems and GamesEngaging activities to reinforce learning.Lesson 45Q&A and AssessmentAddressing student questions and assessing progress. Week 16Lesson 46Math Games and ChallengesFun math games and challenges to reinforce learning.Lesson 47Applied Math ActivitiesEngaging activities applying math in real-life scenarios.Lesson 48End-of-Term CelebrationCelebrating achievements and reflecting on progress. Week 17Lesson 49Understanding CalendarsBasics of calendar formats and their uses.Lesson 50Reading and Interpreting CalendarsTechniques for reading and interpreting different calendars.Lesson 51Calendar Math ProblemsSolving problems involving dates and calendar formats. Week 18Lesson 52Reading Analog ClocksUnderstanding and reading analog clocks.Lesson 53Introduction to 24-Hour TimeBasics of 24-hour time format and its uses.Lesson 54Converting Between Time FormatsTechniques for converting between analog, 12-hour, and 24-hour time. Week 19Lesson 55Time Word ProblemsSolving word problems involving time.Lesson 56Elapsed TimeCalculating elapsed time in different scenarios.Lesson 57Time in Real-Life SituationsApplying time concepts to real-life situations. Week 20Lesson 58Introduction to Charts and GraphsBasics of reading and interpreting charts and graphs.Lesson 59Solving Problems with Bar GraphsUsing bar graphs to solve problems.Lesson 60Using Line Graphs for Problem SolvingTechniques for solving problems with line graphs. Week 21Lesson 61Identifying PatternsFinding and understanding patterns in tables and charts.Lesson 62Predicting with PatternsUsing patterns to make predictions.Lesson 63Patterns in Real-Life DataApplying pattern recognition to real-life data. Week 22Lesson 64Collecting and Organizing DataTechniques for collecting and organizing data.Lesson 65Creating GraphsMethods for creating different types of graphs.Lesson 66Interpreting Data from GraphsAnalyzing and interpreting data from graphs. Week 23Lesson 67Advanced Data AnalysisTechniques for advanced data analysis and graph interpretation.Lesson 68Creating and Analyzing Pie ChartsMethods for creating and analyzing pie charts.Lesson 69Real-World Data ProjectsApplying data analysis and graphing skills to real-world projects. Week 24Lesson 70Strategies for Solving Word ProblemsTechniques for approaching and solving word problems.Lesson 71Multi-Step Word ProblemsSolving multi-step word problems in various contexts.Lesson 72Word Problems with Data and GraphsSolving word problems involving data and graphs. Week 25Lesson 73Review of Multiplication ConceptsRecap of key multiplication concepts and strategies.Lesson 74Review of Division ConceptsRecap of key division concepts and techniques.Lesson 75Mixed Practice with Multiplication and DivisionPractice problems combining multiplication and division. Week 26Lesson 76Understanding RatiosBasics of ratios and their representation.Lesson 77Creating and Comparing RatiosTechniques for creating and comparing ratios.Lesson 78Real-World RatiosApplying ratios to real-world scenarios and problems. Week 27Lesson 79Math Games and ActivitiesEngaging math games and activities to reinforce learning.Lesson 80Applied Math ChallengesChallenges applying math concepts to real-life scenarios.Lesson 81Fun Math CompetitionsFriendly competitions to test and reinforce math skills. Week 28Lesson 82Introduction to Math PuzzlesExploring different types of math puzzles and their benefits.Lesson 83Solving Logic PuzzlesTechniques for solving various logic puzzles.Lesson 84Creating Your Own Math PuzzlesStudents create and share their own math puzzles. Week 29Lesson 85Introduction to AlgebraUnderstanding variables and basic algebraic expressions.Lesson 86Solving Simple EquationsTechniques for solving simple algebraic equations.Lesson 87Applying Algebra in Word ProblemsUsing algebra to solve word problems. Week 30Lesson 88One-Step EquationsSolving one-step equations using addition and subtraction.Lesson 89Multiplication and Division in One-Step EquationsSolving one-step equations using multiplication and division.Lesson 90Word Problems with One-Step EquationsApplying one-step equations to solve word problems. Week 31Lesson 91Understanding Units of MeasurementBasics of different units of measurement and their uses.Lesson 92Converting UnitsTechniques for converting between different units of measurement.Lesson 93Measurement in Real-Life ScenariosApplying measurement concepts to real-world problems. Week 32Lesson 94Basic Geometric ShapesIdentifying and understanding basic geometric shapes.Lesson 95Properties of Geometric ShapesExploring the properties of various geometric shapes.Lesson 96Drawing and Constructing ShapesTechniques for drawing and constructing geometric shapes. Week 33Lesson 97Calculating Area of Rectangles and SquaresMethods for calculating the area of rectangles and squares.Lesson 98Area of Triangles and ParallelogramsTechniques for finding the area of triangles and parallelograms.Lesson 99Complex Shapes and AreaCalculating the area of complex and irregular shapes. Week 34Lesson 1002D Shape ProblemsSolving problems involving 2D shapes.Lesson 101Introduction to 3D ShapesBasics of 3D shapes and their properties.Lesson 102Solving Problems with 3D ShapesTechniques for solving problems involving 3D shapes. Week 35Lesson 103Understanding PrismsBasics of prisms and their properties.Lesson 104Surface Area of PrismsCalculating the surface area of different types of prisms.Lesson 105Volume of PrismsTechniques for finding the volume of various prisms. Week 36Lesson 106Line SymmetryIdentifying and understanding line symmetry.Lesson 107Rotational SymmetryExploring rotational symmetry and its properties.Lesson 108Symmetry in Real LifeFinding and analyzing symmetry in the real world. Week 37Lesson 109Types of Lines and AnglesBasics of different types of lines and angles.Lesson 110Measuring AnglesTechniques for measuring angles accurately.Lesson 111Angle RelationshipsExploring relationships between angles (complementary, supplementary). Week 38Lesson 112Review of Key ConceptsRecap of key concepts from the second term.Lesson 113Practice Problems and GamesEngaging activities to reinforce learning.Lesson 114Q&A and AssessmentAddressing student questions and assessing progress. Week 39Lesson 115Math Games and ActivitiesEngaging math games and activities to reinforce learning.Lesson 116Math Games and ActivitiesEngaging math games and activities to reinforce learning.Lesson 117Last Day of Class!End of year celebration.`
```1️⃣ Develop a strong foundation in mathematical concepts: Build a solid understanding of number sense, operations, geometry, measurement, patterns, algebra, data analysis, and more.
2️⃣ Enhance problem-solving skills: Develop strategies to approach math problems, analyze information, and apply logical reasoning to find solutions.
3️⃣ Foster critical thinking abilities: Engage in thought-provoking activities that encourage students to think critically, make connections, and solve complex math challenges.
4️⃣ Cultivate a growth mindset: Embrace challenges, persevere through difficulties, and develop a positive attitude towards learning math.
5️⃣ Strengthen mathematical fluency: Practice mental math skills, calculation techniques, and efficient problem-solving strategies.
6️⃣ Connect math to the real world: Explore real-life applications of math, recognizing its relevance and practicality in everyday situations.
7️⃣ Promote collaboration and communication: Engage in discussions, teamwork, and peer interactions to enhance understanding and share different problem-solving approaches.
8️⃣ Boost confidence in math: Build self-assurance in tackling math problems, developing mathematical intuition, and expressing mathematical ideas.
9️⃣ Encourage creativity in math: Discover the joy and creativity within math, exploring different strategies, approaches, and perspectives.
🔟 Develop a love for mathematics: Cultivate an appreciation and enthusiasm for math, fostering a lifelong interest in the subject.```
`I am a Manitoba Certified K-12 Teacher with a broad range of experience spanning nearly 10 years in various roles, including teaching math to students from kindergarten to grade 12. My extensive training and hands-on experience have equipped me with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively guide learners in their mathematical journey. `
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```- Calculator: A basic calculator is recommended for performing calculations and solving mathematical problems.
- Writing utensils: Learners will need pens, pencils, or markers for note-taking, solving problems, and completing assignments.
- Paper: A supply of blank paper or a notebook will be required for learners to work out problems, take notes, and organize their thoughts.
- Digital note-taking platforms: Learners may utilize digital note-taking platforms such as Google Docs, Microsoft OneNote, or other similar tools to keep track of their notes and assignments.

Additionally, for certain topics, learners may need access to standard math tools like a ruler for measurements or other geometry-related concepts. ```
`In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:GimkitKhan AcademyYoutubeKahoot`
`.css-47miec{margin-top:0rem;}This class does not contain any content that may be upsetting or scary to learners. We prioritize creating a safe and supportive learning environment for all students. All class materials and activities are designed to be age-appropriate, engaging, and focused on math concepts. We do not utilize any media content that requires specific safety precautions. Additionally, we comply with our class content policy to ensure the appropriateness of all materials used. We may utilize third-party tools like Gimkit, Kahoot, and Factile, but these platforms do not require an account. Learners will be required to create an account for Khan Academy, information on how to do this and connect to our class will be shared with learners as needed. `
`In our class, we utilize a variety of engaging and educational resources to enhance the learning experience. These include online platforms such as Gimkit, Kahoot, Khan Academy, and YouTube videos, which provide interactive and visually appealing content related to math concepts. We also incorporate relevant articles and materials aligned with the Manitoba Grade 4 Math curriculum to ensure comprehensive coverage of the required topics. Our class content ensures that all sources used are appropriate, reliable, and suitable for the target age group.`
Joined May, 2023
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```Hello there! I'm Mr. Matt, a passionate K-12 Certified Teacher residing on Treaty 1 Territory in Canada. Teaching has been my lifelong calling, and I'm thrilled to have found the perfect fit here on Outschool!

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\$60

weekly or \$2,340 for 117 classes
3x per week, 39 weeks
45 min

Completed by 6 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-11
1-12 learners per class