# Math Trek Grade 4 to 6 4 to 6

English

R695,00

# Math Trek Grade 4 to 6

4 to 6

English

###### Price

R695,00 ## Modules Overview

Math Trek 4 – 6 is a comprehensive curriculum-based. program. It is organized under the strands typically found in the grade 4 – 6 mathematics curriculum:
Algebra and Patterning;
Data Analysis and Probability;
Geometry and Spatial sense;
Numeration and Number Sense;
Measurements.

Includes: audio clips, show answer feature. student tracking system and teacher’s resource manual.

It may be used on standalone computers or on a network on Windows computers.

## Modules Outline

• Subtract a three-digit number from a three-digit number.
• Subtract a three-digit number from a four-digit number.
• Multiply a two-digit number by a one-digit number.
• Multiply a three-digit number by a one-digit number.
• Divide a three-digit number by a one-digit number without a remainder.
• Divide a three-digit number by a one-digit number with a remainder.
• Express whole numbers to 10 000 in standard and expanded forms.
• Write whole numbers to 10 000 in standard, expanded and written form.
• Compare and order whole numbers and decimals from 0.01 to 10 000.
• Represent and compare mixed numbers and proper and improper fractions with like denominators.
• Connect proper fractions with decimals (tenths and hundreds).
• Read decimal numbers to hundredths.
• Compare and order decimals.
• Relate division to multiplication.
• Add 3- three digit numbers.
• Subtract a four digit number from a four digit number.
• Multiply a two-digit number by a two-digit number.
• Divide a 4 digit number by a one-digit number without a remainder.
• Divide a 4 digit number by a one-digit number with a remainder.
• Write whole numbers to 100 000 in standard, expanded and written form.
• Write numbers from 0.01 to 100 000
• Compare and order the place value of whole numbers and decimals from 0.01 to 100 000.
• Represent and compare mixed numbers and proper and improper fractions with simple denominators (e.g. 2 and 4).
• Relate division to fractions.
• Demonstrate the equivalence of a proper fraction.
• Relate a fraction with a denominator of 10 or 100 to decimal.
• Write decimal numbers to hundredths.
• Subtract a 4-digit number from a 5-digit number.
• Multiply a 3-digit number by a 2-digit number.
• Divide a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number without a remainder
• Divide a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number with a remainder.
• Write whole numbers to 1 000 000 in standard, expanded and written forms
• Write numbers from 0.001 to any numbers greater than 1 000 000
• Compare and order the value of whole numbers and decimals from 0.001 to 1 000 000
• Compare mixed numbers and improper fractions with unlike denominators
• Relate fractions to decimals
• Read decimal numbers to thousands
• Use the correct order of operations when solving number sentences involving whole numbers.
• Round 2-digit numbers to the nearest 10.
• Round whole numbers to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10 000,1 000 000)
• Round decimal to the nearest 0.1/ 0.01/ 0.001
• Round numbers to the nearest 0.001/0.01/0.1/1/10/100/1000/10 0000/100 000/ 1000 000
• Demonstrate an understanding of place value of tens and ones
• Compare and order whole numbers and decimals from 0.01 to 10 000
• Represent proper fractions with simple denominators
• Obtain a proper fraction equivalent to a given proper fraction.
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• Recognize numbers that are devisable by 2.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by3.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by4.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by5.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by6.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by7.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by8.
• Recognize numbers that are devisable by9.
• Understanding the behavior of even and odd numbers under addition and subtraction.
• Determine the value of a missing term in equations
• Determine equations involving addition and subtraction and having a missing term.
• Identify composite numbers.
• Identify Prime numbers.
• Express a number as a product of primes.
• Identify common factors.
• Identify and complete number patters.
• Identify and complete patterns
• Identify and complete number patterns that identify changes in terms of two variables.
• Identify and complete patterns that identify changes in terms of two or more attributes.
• Select the appropriate standard unit to measure linear dimensions.
• Estimate lengths in, millimeters, centimeters, meters and kilometers.
• Calculate the perimeter of a geometric shape.
• Select appropriate units of measure for perimeter.
• Select appropriate units of measure for area.
• Calculate the area of a geometric shape.
• Estimate area by counting whole and partial grid squares.
• Calculate the area of a geometric figure using formula.
• Measure lengths of sides of a geometric figure and calculate the area of a geometric shape using formula.
• Estimate and compare areas by counting whole and partial grid squares.
• Calculate and compare areas of rectangles using formula.
• Select the most appropriate standard unit to measure the capacity of containers.
• Estimate volume of real world objects.
• Relate years to decades, decades to centuries and centuries to millennia.
• Understand the difference between a 12 hour clock and a 24 hour clock.
• Solve real life problems related to elapsed time.
• Solve real life problems related to time zones.
• Select appropriate units of measure for mass.
• Use prefixes in the metric system.
• Understand the relationship between millimeters and cubic centimeters.
• Convert between meters and centimeters.
• Convert between mm and cm.
• Calculate and compare areas of triangles using formulas.
• Calculate the volume of a rectangular prism.
• Use the formula for calculating the volume of rectangular prisms.
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• Record data on a tally sheet.
• Record data on a bar graph.
• Read and interpret data presented on pictographs having a many to one correspondence.
• Display data on pictographs having a many to one correspondence.
• Calculate probability.
• Use knowledge of probability to solve simple problems.
• Predict probability in simple experiments and use fractions to describe probability.
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• Identify similar and congruent figures.( Triangles, Polygons, Angles, Cylinders, Prisms)
• Demonstrate an understanding of translation, reflection and rotation.
• Identify net for a variety of polyhedral( cube)
• Sort polygons according to the number of sides, angles, vertices.
• Classify two-dimensional shapes (triangles) according to the angle and side properties.
• Classify two-dimensional shapes (quadrilaterals) according to the angle and side properties.
• Demonstrate an understanding of coordinates.
• Distinguish between parallel and non- parallel line segments.
• Measure angles using a protractor.
• Classify angles as acute, right, obtuse, straight and reflex.
• Identify closed plane figures.
• Name triangles.
• Determine the measure of an angle of a triangle given the measure of the other two.