Below you will find the curriculum pacing that our teacher's have taught and planned out for this school year. 

To find resources from your child's teacher, please click on your child's teacher page on the left hand side. The resources on these pages are for review from what has been taught in Quarters 1 through 3. 


4th Grade Pacing Guide 2019-2020

 

1st Quarter

Aug. 26-Nov. 1

2nd Quarter

Nov. 4-Jan. 24

3rd Quarter

Jan. 27-March 27

4th Quarter

March 30-June 12

Reading

*First 30 Days (3 weeks)

*Nonfiction Text Features (2 week)

*Quick Intro of Figurative Language (1 week)

*BML Unit 1: Ask Questions/Identify Main Idea/Supporting Details (2 weeks)

*BML Unit 2 Determine Text Importance/Identify Sequence of Events (2 weeks)

*BML Unit 4 Fix Up Monitoring/Summarize (2 weeks)

*BML Unit 3 Visualize/Make Inferences (2 weeks)

*BML Unit 5 Determine Text Importance/Compare and Contrast (2 week)

*BML Unit 7 Make Inferences/Draw Conclusions (1 Week)

*BML Unit 7 Make Inferences/Draw Conclusions (1 week)

*BML Unit 6 Make Connections/Identify Cause and Effect (2 weeks)

*BML Unit 8 Summarize and Synthesize/ Evaluate Author’s Purpose (2 weeks)

*BML Unit 9 Make Connections/Distinguish and Evaluate Fact and Opinion (2 week)

*BML Unit 10 Ask Questions/Make Judgements (2 weeks)

*SOL Review

*After 4h Grade Reading SOL: BML Week 3 Fluency lessons Unit 1-10

Writing

Personal Narrative 4.7

4.8a subject-verb agreement

4.8b eliminating double negatives

4.8c noun-pronoun agreement

4.8d commas- in series, dates, addresses

4.8e adjectives and adverbs

4.8f quotation marks in dialogue

4.8g homophones

4.8h singular possessives

Information 4.9

4.8a subject-verb agreement

4.8b eliminating double negatives

4.8c noun-pronoun agreement

4.8d commas- in series, dates, addresses

4.8e adjectives and adverbs

4.8f quotation marks in dialogue

4.8g homophones

4.8h singular possessives

Opinion 4.7

4.8a subject-verb agreement

4.8b eliminating double negatives

4.8c noun-pronoun agreement

4.8d commas- in series, dates, addresses

4.8e adjectives and adverbs

4.8f quotation marks in dialogue

4.8g homophones

4.8h singular possessives

Opinion 4.7

4.8a subject-verb agreement

4.8b eliminating double negatives

4.8c noun-pronoun agreement

4.8d commas- in series, dates, addresses

4.8e adjectives and adverbs

4.8f quotation marks in dialogue

4.8g homophones

4.8h singular possessives

VA Studies

Unit 1: Geography

VS.2abc, VS.10b

Unit 2: VA Native People

VS.2defg

Unit 3: First Permanent English Settlement

VS.3abcdefg

Unit 4: Life in VA Colony

VS.4abcde

Unit 5: VA in the American Revolution

VS.5abcd

Unit 6: Role of VA in the New American Nation

VS.6abc

 

Unit 7: Civil War

VS.7abc

Unit 8: Reconstruction

VS.8abc

Unit 9: 20th/21st Century

VS.9abcd, VS.10ac

 

Unit 10: Government and Economics

VS.10ac (review VS.10b)

 

*SOL Review

 

Math

Unit 1 Place Value, Addition, and Subtraction

4.1a Place Value and digit value

4.1b Compare and order whole numbers

4.1c Rounding whole numbers

4.4b Estimate sums and differences; add and subtract whole numbers

4.4d Addition and subtraction word problems

4.16 Equality in whole numbers

 

Unit 2 Multiplication and Division

4.4a/4.5a Model multiplication

4.4ab Using derived facts for multiplication

4.4b 2 digit by 1 digit multiplication

4.4c Basic division facts

4.4d Multiplication and division word problems

4.16 Equality using multiplication and division

 

 

Unit 3 Geometry

4.7 Perimeter and area

4.10a Points, lines, rays, etc.

4.10b Types of lines

4.12 Types of quadrilaterals

4.11 Plane and solid figures (2-D and 3-D shapes)

 

Unit 4 Multiplication and Division

4.4b 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication

4.4c Long division with remainders

4.4d Multiplication and division word problems

4.16 Equality with multiplication and division

 

Unit 5 Patterns, Functions, and Algebra

4.15 Identify, describe, and extend patterns

 

Unit 6 Modeling and Computation of Fractions

4.2 Identify, name, and model fractions/ mixed numbers

4.2ac Use benchmark fractions

4.2b Equivalent fractions

Unit 6 Fractions (continued)

4.2a/4.5a Equivalent fractions using multiples and factors

4.2a Compare and Order Fractions

4.5ab Add and subtract fractions with like and unlike denominators

4.5 Simplify fractions

4.15 Patterns with fractions

4.5c Solve fraction word problems

 

Unit 7 Probability

4.13ab Represent probability on a likelihood line

4.13abc Model and determine possible outcomes of an event

 

Unit 8 Modeling and Computation of Decimals

4.3a Model, read, write decimals through thousandths

4.3d Model fraction and decimal equivalents

4.3c Compare and order decimals

4.3b Round decimals to the nearest whole number

Unit 8 Decimals (continued)

4.6a Add and subtract decimals

4.6b Decimal word problems

 

Unit 9 Data Analysis

4.14ab Line graphs and bar graphs (features, uses, represent data, interpret data)

4.14ab Collect data and organize in a chart or table

4.14c Compare two different graphs of the same data

 

SOL Review and testinf

Science

4.9 Virginia Natural Resources

  • Watersheds, animals, plants, minerals, rocks, forests, energy and land resources

    4.6 Weather

  • Weather phenomena, clouds, precipitation, tools, air pressure and masses

4.7 The Solar System

  • Planets (the order of and relative size of) and models of the solar system

    4.8 Earth-Moon-Sun Relationships

  • Motions, seasons, phases of the moon, scientists who studied the solar system, and NASA Apollo missions

4.2 Force and Motion

  • Position, speed/direction, friction, kinetic and potential energy

    4.3 Electricity and Magnetism

  • Conductors and insulators, circuits, static electricity, energy transformations, electromagnets, historical contributions

4.5 Ecosystems

  • Adaptations, populations, communities, food webs, habitats, niches, life cycles, and human impact on ecosystems

    4.4 Plants

  • Plant structure and function, reproductive processes, photosynthesis, and adaptations