# Singapore Primary Mathematics Level 4

Common Core State Standards Edition

## Level 4A

Singapore Math Primary Mathematics: Common Core Edition books have been updated where necessary to align with the CCSS. However, this does not mean that the content has been reduced in its level of difficulty. If CCSS called for content to be introduced at a later level, Singapore Math didn't move content from the earlier level, but rather simply revisits it more in-depth at the CCSS level.

Singapore Math's Primary Math, Common Core Edition series features the Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract approach. Students begin by learning through concrete and pictorial means before moving into abstract thought and development, which encourages an active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas, and problem solving. The spiral approach encourages mastery through the modeling method, which helps students to visualize problems as they work on specific skills. Concepts are introduced in the opening pages and taught to mastery through specific learning tasks; regular reviews help provide consolidation of concepts.

Primary Mathematics, Common Core Edition Textbook 4A teaches students about whole numbers, the four operations of whole numbers, fractions, measures, and operations on fractions. 168 pages, softcover. This book is designed for the first semester of Grade 4.

These non-consumable textbooks are meant to be completed with adult supervision and teaching. The sold-separately Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 4A Workbook is directly correlated with this textbook and should be used alongside this text, as it includes the learning tasks, practice and review problems necessary for mastery.

Please note: The Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition resources cannot be used interchangeably with the Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition or Standard Edition resources. Answers are in the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition Teacher's Guide 4A.

Singapore Math Primary Mathematics: Common Core Edition books have been updated where necessary to align with the CCSS. However, this does not mean that the content has been reduced in its level of difficulty. If CCSS called for content to be introduced at a later level, Singapore Math didn't move content from the earlier level, but rather simply revisits it more in-depth at the CCSS level.

Singapore Math's Primary Mathematics workbooks are consumable and should be used in conjunction with the corresponding textbooks; these Common Core Edition workbooks are not compatible with other Singapore editions. Containing independent student exercises, workbooks provide the practice essential to skill mastery; these workbook sheets correspond to each chapter in the (sold-separately) textbook.

A variety of exercises are presented in the c oncrete>pictorial>abstract approach, including whole numbers, fractions, operations on fractions, measures, and more. 173 pages, softcover. Grade 4. Workbook is 4A is designed for the 1st semester of the Grade 4 year, and follows the 3B curriculum.

This workbook accompanies the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition Textbook 4A. Answer keys are not included, but are found in the Primary Mathematics Common Core Teacher's Guide 4A.

## Level 4B

Singapore Math Primary Mathematics: Common Core Edition books have been updated where necessary to align with the CCSS. However, this does not mean that the content has been reduced in its level of difficulty. If CCSS called for content to be introduced at a later level, Singapore Math didn't move content from the earlier level, but rather simply revisits it more in-depth at the CCSS level.

Singapore Math's Primary Math, Common Core Edition series features the Concrete> Pictorial> Abstract approach. Students begin by learning through concrete and pictorial means before moving into abstract thought and development, which encourages an active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas, and problem solving. The spiral approach encourages mastery through the modeling method, which helps students to visualize problems as they work on specific skills. Concepts are introduced in the opening pages and taught to mastery through specific learning tasks; regular reviews help provide consolidation of concepts.

Primary Mathematics, Common Core Edition Textbook 4B teaches students about decimals, the four operations of decimals, geometry, area and perimeter, bar graphs & line plot, and volume. 165 pages, softcover. This book is designed for the second semester of Grade 4.

These non-consumable textbooks are meant to be completed with adult supervision and teaching. The sold-separately Primary Mathematics Standards Edition 4B Workbook is directly correlated with this textbook and should be used alongside this text, as it includes the learning tasks, practice and review problems necessary for mastery.

Please note: The Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition resources cannot be used interchangeably with the Primary Mathematics U.S. Edition or Standard Edition resources. Answers are in the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition Teacher's Guide 4B.

Singapore Math Primary Mathematics: Common Core Edition books have been updated where necessary to align with the CCSS. However, this does not mean that the content has been reduced in its level of difficulty. If CCSS called for content to be introduced at a later level, Singapore Math didn't move content from the earlier level, but rather simply revisits it more in-depth at the CCSS level.

Singapore Math's Primary Mathematics workbooks are consumable and should be used in conjunction with the corresponding textbooks; these Common Core Edition workbooks are not compatible with other Singapore editions. Containing independent student exercises, workbooks provide the practice essential to skill mastery; these workbook sheets correspond to each chapter in the (sold-separately) textbook.

A variety of exercises are presented in the c oncrete>pictorial>abstract approach, including decimals, area and perimeter, geometry, volume, and more. 175 pages, softcover. Grade 4. Workbook is 4B is designed for the 2nd semester of the Grade 4 year, and follows the 4A curriculum.

This workbook accompanies the sold-separately Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition Textbook 4B. Answer keys are not included, but are found in the Primary Mathematics Common Core Teacher's Guide 4B.

## Level 4

Extra Practice for Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition follows the topical arrangement in the Primary Mathematics Common Core series. The exercises generally provide problems of a similar style and level of difficulty as the course material, but are short and specific. Instructors may assign only those topics in which students need more practice. This series may be used as test review, to review concepts, as a summer workbook, or as homework. Answers are provided at the back of the books.

Extra Practice Book 4 covers whole numbers to 1,000,000, the four operations of whole numbers, fractions, measures, decimals, geometry, area and perimeter, bar graphs and line plots, and more. 184 pages, softcover. Non-reproducible, consumable workbook.

This extra practice book accompanies the Singapore Primary Mathematics Textbook, Common Core Edition 4A and Singapore Math: Primary Math Textbook 4B Common Core Edition.

This Common Core Edition has been updated to align with the Common Core State Standards for Mathmatics.

Challenge your advanced math students or provide new goals for students of every ability level with this book of challenging math problems. Designed to complement both the Singapore Math Primary Mathematics Common Core series, these books will help improve students' problem-solving skills and mathematical reasoning abilities. Students will need to use a variety of problem-solving strategies, and alternative methods are possible to arrive at the answer. Even advanced students will most likely require some assistance. More than 300 questions are included.

Included Features:

• Worked Examples for each topic
• Practice Questions
• Challenging Problems provide opportunities for more capable students to solve harder word problems
• Review Questions allow students to review and test their understanding of the concepts from the Primary Mathematics textbooks and earlier topics.