California 4th Grade Math (CCR) Practice

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Operations and Algebraic Thinking20%
Number and Operations in Base Ten20%
Number and Operations - Fractions20%
Measurement and Data20%
  • Questions: 2,336
  • Two-Part Items: 19
  • Vocabulary Terms: 136
  • Performance Tasks: 128
  • Instructional Videos: 56

Test Standards

Operations and Algebraic Thinking
1. (4.OA.1)  Interpret Multiplication
2. (4.OA.2)  Multiplicative Comparison
3. (4.OA.3)  Solve Multistep Problems
4. (4.OA.4)  Factor Pairs
5. (4.OA.5)  Generate A Pattern
Number and Operations in Base Ten
1. (4.NBT.1)  Place Value Pattern
2. (4.NBT.2)  Add/subtract To 1000
3. (4.NBT.3)  Round To Any Place
4. (4.NBT.4)  Add And Subtract
5. (4.NBT.5)  Multiply
6. (4.NBT.6)  Find Quotients And Remainders
Number and Operations - Fractions
1. (4.NF.1)  Explain Equivalence
2. (4.NF.2)  Compare Fractions
3. (4.NF.3a)  Understand Fraction Addition/subtraction
4. (4.NF.3b)  Decompose A Fraction
5. (4.NF.3c)  Add/subtract Mixed Numbers
6. (4NF.3d)  Fraction Word Problems
7. (4.NF.4ab)  A/b As Multiple Of 1/b
8. (4.NF.4c)  Word Problems
9. (4.NF.5)  Denominator Multiples Of 10
10. (4.NF.6)  Decimal Notation For Fractions
11. (4.NF.7)  Compare Decimals
Measurement and Data
1. (4.MD.1)  Relative Sizes
2. (4.MD.2)  Word Problems
3. (4.MD.3)  Area And Perimeter Problems
4. (4.MD.4)  Line Plot
5. (4.MD.5ab)  Angles And Measures
6. (4.MD.6)  Measure With Protractor
7. (4.MD.7)  Count Unit Squares
1. (4.G.1)  Draw Objects And Lines
2. (4.G.2)  Classify Figures
3. (4.G.3)  Line Of Symmetry


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