Winpossible New York, New York, US,

March 11, 2009

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This unit is a part of a comprehensive Grade 4 Math course developed by Winpossible, a featured Curriki partner. The unit covers the following areas:

1. Read and Write Whole Numbers in Millions

2. Prime and Composite Numbers

3. Add Numbers up to Millions

4. Subtract Numbers up to Millions

5. Multiply 1-Digit Number by Larger Numbers

6. Multiply Multi-Digit Numbers

7. Divide Numbers Ending in Zeros, 1-Digit Divisor

8. Properties of Addition and Multiplication

9. Mixed Operations

10. Use Concepts of Negative Numbers

11. Addition and Subtraction of Decimals

12. Factoring Simple Whole Numbers

13. Add and Subtract Money Amounts

14. Compare Fractions

The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

You can also enroll your students in a paid version of this course which allows you to track the progress and quiz scores of each student on an individual basis, and gives your students access to several additional features such as an interactive question bank, their personal progress tracker, and end-of-lesson quizzes. In order to buy student licenses in the paid version of this Grade 4 Math course, click here.

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Table of Contents

- Read and Write Whole Numbers in Millions
- Prime and Composite Numbers
- Add Numbers up to Millions
- Subtract Numbers up to Millions
- Multiply 1-Digit Number by Larger Numbers
- Multiply Multi-Digit Numbers
- Divide Numbers Ending in Zeros, 1-Digit Divisor
- Properties of Addition and Multiplication
- Mixed Operations
- Use Concepts of Negative Numbers
- Addition and Subtraction of Decimals
- Factoring Simple Whole Numbers
- Add and Subtract Money Amounts
- Compare Fractions

This unit is a part of a comprehensive Grade 4 Math course developed by Winpossible, a featured Curriki partner. The unit covers the following areas:

1. Read and Write Whole Numbers in Millions

2. Prime and Composite Numbers

3. Add Numbers up to Millions

4. Subtract Numbers up to Millions

5. Multiply 1-Digit Number by Larger Numbers

6. Multiply Multi-Digit Numbers

7. Divide Numbers Ending in Zeros, 1-Digit Divisor

8. Properties of Addition and Multiplication

9. Mixed Operations

10. Use Concepts of Negative Numbers

11. Addition and Subtraction of Decimals

12. Factoring Simple Whole Numbers

13. Add and Subtract Money Amounts

14. Compare Fractions

The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

You can also enroll your students in a paid version of this course which allows you to track the progress and quiz scores of each student on an individual basis, and gives your students access to several additional features such as an interactive question bank, their personal progress tracker, and end-of-lesson quizzes. In order to buy student licenses in the paid version of this Grade 4 Math course, click here.

This lesson starts the unit on "Number, Number Sense and Operations", which covers the basics of numbers and explains how to represent and compare whole numbers and decimals. It walks the student through the concept of place-value in whole numbers and decimals. Click on the link "Read and Write Whole Numbers in Millions" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Prime and Composite Numbers" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

This lesson is a part of a comprehensive Grade 4 Math course developed by Winpossible, whose ChalkTalk^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

You can also enroll your students in a paid version of this course which allows you to track the progress and quiz scores of each student on an individual basis, and gives your students access to several additional features such as an interactive question bank, their personal progress tracker, and end-of-lesson quizzes. In order to buy student licenses in the paid version of this Grade 4 Math course, click here.

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This lesson covers the concepts of Prime and Composite Numbers. In this lesson, the student will be introduced to the notion of prime number, which is a whole number that has exactly two factors, eg 1 and itself. It also teaches students about composite numbers, which are whole numbers that have more than two factors. Click on the link "Prime and Composite Numbers" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Add Numbers up to Millions" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

This lesson is a part of a comprehensive Grade 4 Math course developed by Winpossible, whose ChalkTalk^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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In this lesson, the student will be introduced to how to add separate quantities into one sum. The students will be shown how to add two numbers together, step-by-step. Click on the link "Add Numbers up to Millions" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Subtract Numbers up to Millions" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

This lesson is a part of a comprehensive Grade 4 Math course developed by Winpossible, whose ChalkTalk^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson explains the concepts of subtracting numbers and shows the students that subtraction is basically the arithmetic operation of finding the difference between two quantities or numbers. Click on the link "Subtract Numbers up to Millions" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Multiply 1-Digit Number by Larger Numbers" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson covers the basics of multiplication, which is a method of repeated addition. It walks the student through the Multiplying 1-Digit Number by Larger Numbers. Click on the link "Multiply 1-Digit Number by Larger Numbers" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Multiply Multi-Digit Numbers" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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In this lesson, the students will learn how to multiply multi-digit numbers, and after going through it, they should be able to multiply large numbers with each other. Click on the link "Multiply Multi-Digit Numbers" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Divide Numbers Ending in Zeros, 1-Digit Divisor" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson covers the concepts of dividing the numbers ending in zeros. Click on the link "Divide Numbers Ending in Zeros, 1-Digit Divisor" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Properties of Addition and Multiplication" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson explains the properties of Addition and Multiplication. In this lesson, the student will be introduced to properties of operations, such as the Commutative, Associative, Identity, and Distributive. Click on the link "Properties of Addition and Multiplication" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Mixed Operations" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson covers the concepts of ordering various arithmetic operations. In this lesson, the student will be introduced to Mixed Operations and the sequence in which various arithmetic operations must be performed. Click on the link "Mixed Operations" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Use Concepts of Negative Numbers" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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In this lesson, the student will be introduced to Negative Numbers and approach to solve problems involving negative numbers. It walks the student through the number that is less than zero. Click on the link "Use Concepts of Negative Numbers" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Addition and Subtraction of Decimals" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson covers the basics of addition and subtraction of decimals. In this lesson, the student will be introduced to adding and subtracting tenths, hundredths and other combination. Click on the link "Addition and Subtraction of Decimals" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Factoring Simple Whole Numbers" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

This lesson is a part of a comprenhensive Grade 4 Math course developed by Winpossible, whose ChalkTalk^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson explains the concepts of how to factor simple whole numbers, a number by which another number is divisible is called a Factor. Eg. 1, 2, and 4 are all factors of 4 because 4/1, 4/2 and 4/4 are all whole numbers. Click on the link "Factoring Simple Whole Numbers" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Add and Subtract Money Amounts" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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This lesson covers the concepts of adding and subtracting numbers denoting money and its units. It walks the students through reading, writing, and using money notation. They add and subtract money amounts while solving a real world problem. Click on the link "Add and Subtract Money Amounts" to access this lesson. The next lesson in this unit is "Compare Fractions" and can be accessed by clicking here. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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In this lesson, the student will be introduced to fractions and how to compare them. A fraction consists of a denominator and a numerator. Click on the link "Compare Fractions " to access this lesson. If you want to see the various lessons included in this unit, click here.

^{TM} technology (patent pending) replicates the classroom experience while using engaging animated characters. The course matches the Grade 4 correlations of most states in the US. The basic version of the course, which includes lessons and interactive question answers, is available for free on Curriki and can be accessed here.

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