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4th Grade Math Lesson Plan - FREE

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This lesson plan (25 pages) answers the most important question most homeschooling parents have – What specific math concepts should my student learn for his/her grade level? Most homeschool moms are super busy trying to make sure that their students are getting quality education at home. Oftentimes, they do not have time to thoroughly research and learn what students should be learning at each grade level. It is absolutely critical that you know what is expected at each grade level and make arrangements to provide the learning materials that cover all appropriate math concepts adequately.

Why this Lesson Plan?

This thorough lesson plan tells you specifically what your students should be learning. It completely eliminates the guess work on your part. It provides a lesson plan week-by-week.  However, you may adjust the timing as needed to match your student's learning pace so long as you cover ALL of the math concepts by the completion of the homeschool year.

There are numerous  math curriculum options available to you and this  plan can be used with any math curriculum to check and make sure the curriculum covers all the math concepts. As a matter of fact, you can create your own math curriculum using this plan if you like.

How to use this Lesson Plan?

This lesson plan  provides a plan along with the “unit” name  for each week. Each week then provides specific math lesson names along with the space where you can provide a completion date.

There are mainly three parts to learning

1.Learn the math concept.
2.Practice problem solving  where you apply the math concept.
3.Check progress and review as  necessary.

After you complete each lesson (learn the math concept and practice problem solving), simply note the completion date  in the space provided for each lesson.

At the end of the week, check progress and review as necessary. Also, you may make appropriate notes in the space provided. As you will notice that there are 16 Units in the 4th grade Math.

 
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