Hampton School District
Grade 4 at a Glance
Foundational Skills- decode grade level words, determine meaning of unfamiliar words, read accurately and fluently
Literature- make connections, analyze characters, compare and contrast themes, topics and point of view, make inferences, identify the significance of story elements, summarize text
Informational - show understanding of content-based vocabulary, cite evidence from a text, integrate information from multiple sources, determine the main idea
Speaking and Listening- engage in collaborative discussions, listen attentively, use formal and informal language appropriately
Writing – fictional narrative, informational article, persuasive essay
show a clear idea, organize using paragraphs, word choice, include an introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion
plan, edit, revise, publish, share
Language Skills - use correct spelling, capitalization and punctuation rules, use correct grammar when speaking and writing
Foundational Skills - know addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts, explain mathematical reasoning and use problem solving strategies.
Geometry - classify shapes by their properties, draw and identify lines and angles
Numbers and Operations , Base-Ten - use place value to read, write and round numbers, find sums, differences, products, and quotients of multi-digit whole numbers
Numbers and Operations Fractions - compare, order and compute fractions and/or decimals
Operations and Algebraic Thinking - solve multi-step word problems, use algebraic thinking
Measurement and Data - perform measurement conversions, use and create tables and graphs, find area and perimeter
Plants, Animals, Living vs. Nonliving things
Landforms, Natural Processes, Rocks and Minerals
Energy and Waves
Types of Energy, Renewable vs. Nonrenewable Resources, Properties of Waves
Group Decision Making (Constitution)
Branches of Government
New Hampshire Geography
New Hampshire History
Changes Over Time
Supporting Learning at Home
Students should read regularly at home.
Homework is assigned Monday - Thursday in multiple subject-areas.
Homework is generally meant for students to do independently, but we do encourage checking your child’s work.