Mathematics Grade 4
Hi I am Tanzeela Umer, (Tanzeela.email@example.com ). I am your Grade 4 teacher for Mathematics.
Mathematics is one of my favourite subjects. Because it teaches us to count the things around us.
Mathematics is spread over all the grades in our school. Like Addition and Subtraction in Grade 2, Multiplication and Division in Grade 3 etc. It advances in each grade.
In this grade, we will learn about Fractions.
A fraction represents a part of a whole thing. When something is broken up into a number of parts, the fraction shows how many of those parts you have.
So let’s get started. I’m sure you’ll love it.
This course is currently set as FREE. So go ahead, make AukSunLMS, Your Homeschool!
However, if you wish to contribute to teaching children, you may send any money.
1 What Are Fractions?
A fraction represents a part of a whole thing.
2 Mixed Numbers
Count whole things and parts of things at the same time
3 The Magic 1
When the numerator equals the denominator
4 Equivalent Fractions, Part 1
Why 1/2 is the same as 3/6
5 Equivalent Fractions, Part 2
Doing it without pictures
6 Simplifying Fractions
How to write fractions using the smallest numbers possible
7 Improper Fractions
When the numerator is bigger then the denominator
8 Compare Fractions: Equal Denominator
We're serving up pizza for this one
9 Compare Fractions: Equal Numerator
Using tasty numbers instead of pizza slices
10 Add Fractions With Like Denominators
Just subtract the numerators
11 Subtract Fractions With Like Denominators
Note those denominators
12 Adding and Subtracting Fractions With Different Denominators
Introducing the least common denominator
13 Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Whole and Mixed Numbers
More fun with improper fractions
14 Multiplying Fractions
You have six pizzas and you get to eat a third of them...
15 Multiplication with Fractions and Whole Numbers
Start by multiplying the numerators and denominators
16 Dividing Fractions
The "flip and multiply" trick
17 Division With Fractions and Whole Numbers
Change the numbers to fractions and then go for it!