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In my mathematics instruction I utilize a variety of instructional approaches that will include whole group instruction, small group instruction, partner learning, and independent learning. I also incorporate a variety of fun learning games to enhance instruction and provide additional practice and enrichment for students. 

Our curriculum has a spiraling effect. What that means is that each concept is taught or introduced during a unit during the year, but with our program each concept is also revisited several times throughout the year. 

Students can access the Everday math online site by logging into a computer using their Bordentown login and password (can be found in the back of their planner where they write down their homework). Then go to the waffle  and scroll down to the MC (McGraw Hill) link at the bottom of the waffle drop down. Once they click here, they will be able to access the work for this year. Be sure your child is on the correct lesson before you print the work. If you don't have a printer, your child can write the answers, bring them to class and fill them in their book in the morning. Thank you for your help. 

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Here is a brief overview of some concepts and skills that will be taught in 4th Grade. They are divided by strands from the Core Curriculum Content Standards of the State of New Jersey. 



Unit 1: Place Value; Multidigit Addition and Subtraction
Unit 2: Multiplication and Geometry
Unit 3: Fractions and Decimals
Unit 4: Multidigit Multiplication
Unit 5: Fraction and Mixed Number Computation; Measurement
Unit 6: Division; Angles
Unit 7: Multiplication of a Fraction by a Whole Number; Measurement
Unit 8: Fraction Operations; Applications