Grade 4 - Alberta Math - Full Year Bundle NEW 2022 Curriculum

Grade 4 - Alberta Math - Full Year Bundle NEW 2022 Curriculum

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Grade 4 - Alberta Math Curriculum – This resource covers all outcomes in the Grade 4 - Alberta Math Curriculum.

Check out each of the strands below to learn more about the resources included in this bundle.

Strand 1 - Number (Number Sense)

Concepts that are covered:

  • Place value within 100 000
  • Place value of decimal numbers, including tenths and hundredths
  • Express numbers, including decimal numbers, using words and numerals
  • Expanded form of natural numbers and decimal numbers
  • Decimal notation in English and French
  • Rounding numbers, including to the nearest tenth
  • Compare and order numbers, including decimal numbers
  • Compare cents (decimal numbers) to dollars (whole numbers)
  • Add and subtract numbers within 10 000
  • Add and subtract decimal numbers to hundredths
  • Assess the reasonableness of a sum or difference using estimation
  • Adding and subtracting money amounts (decimal numbers)
  • Determining factors of a number within 100
  • Describe a number as prime or composite
  • Determine the first five multiples of a given number within 100
  • Recognize the greatest common factor of two numbers within 100
  • Multiplication and division facts using numbers to 12
  • Patterns in multiplying and dividing by 10, 100, 1000
  • Multiply and divide 3-digit natural numbers by 1-digit natural numbers using standard algorithms
  • Divide and express a quotient with or without a remainder
  • Investigate strategies for estimation of products and quotients
  • Assess the reasonableness of a product or quotient using estimation
  • Model equivalent fractions by partitioning a whole
  • Compare and order fractions
  • Simplify fractions
  • Relate fractions to decimals
  • Compare percentages within 100
  • Express relationship between fractions, decimals, and percent
  • 4 Unit tests
  • Answer pages for all activities

Strand 2 - Patterns and Algebra

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Fibonacci sequence (patterns)
  • Increasing and decreasing sequences (patterns)
  • Creating increasing and decreasing sequences
  • Representing a concrete or pictorial sequence using numbers
  • Table of values
  • Arithmetic sequences – addition and subtraction
  • Geometric sequences – multiplication
  • Describing a sequence using a pattern rule
  • Initial value of a pattern and constant change
  • Determining the missing value in different sequences using all operations
  • What are equations?
  • What are expressions? Differences between equations and expressions
  • Evaluating expressions
  • Creating multiple expressions that represent the same number
  • Writing equations that represent a situation
  • Writing expressions that represent a situation
  • Preservation of equality
  • Finding the unknown number in an equation
  • Solving word problems using equations to represent the problem
  • 2 Unit Tests
  • Answer pages for all activities

Strand 3 - Geometry, Measurement and Time

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • Polygons
  • Parallel and perpendicular lines in polygons
  • Angles in polygons
  • Measuring acute, obtuse, and right angles
  • Constructing acute, obtuse, and right angles
  • Estimating angles based on referents
  • Acute, obtuse, and right triangles
  • Scalene, isosceles, and equilateral triangles
  • Supplementary and complementary angles
  • Quadrilaterals – squares, rectangles, parallelograms, trapezoids, and rhombuses
  • Transformations – rotations, reflections, and translations
  • Modelling area by superimposing shapes
  • Determining area of Indigenous (First Nations, Métis, or Inuit) designs
  • Measuring area using non-standard units
  • Measuring area using standard units – square centimetres
  • Estimating area using referents
  • Calculating area using multiplication
  • Measuring angles using a protractor
  • Relate angles to fractions
  • Relate durations of 15 minutes, 20 minutes, 30 minutes, 40 minutes, and 45 minutes to fractions of a circle
  • Express time of day using fractions – quarter to, quarter after, half past
  • Determine elapsed time (duration) of an event
  • Convert between hours, minutes, and seconds
  • Solve word problems involving duration
  • 4 Unit Tests
  • Answer pages for all activities

Strand 4 - Statistics

Some of the concepts that are covered:

  • What is a statistical question?
  • Creating statistical questions to investigate
  • The statistical problem-solving process
  • What the scale of a graph is
  • How to determine an appropriate scale
  • Reading different graphs with the same data but different scales
  • The effects scale has on graphs
  • When to use each type of graph – dot plot, bar graph, pictograph
  • The same data represented in each of the different graphs – dot plot, bar graph, pictograph
  • Interpret data in different types of graphs
  • Complete the statistical problem-solving process
  • Create a statistical question, collect data, represent the data using an appropriate graph, and interpret the data
  • Unit test
  • Answer pages for all activities


This is a comprehensive bundle that will save you hours of planning! It has been tested and found effective in helping students achieve the learning goals setup by Alberta Education.