4th

Grade Intensive Series

A daily program designed to catch kids up on the big ideas of 4th grade, building a strong foundation for their 5th grade learning.

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Current 4th grade students should complete the following priority digital lessons. Resources for teachers, tutors, and caregivers to use alongside each lesson are also available.

Multiply and Divide Big Numbers

34 Lessons | Grade 4 Mission 3

This Mission teaches students the lifelong skills of multiplying and dividing big numbers. Students learn strategies that will allow them to multiply and divide on paper and in their heads.

Equivalent Fractions

38 Lessons | Grade 4 Mission 5

This Mission teaches students how to manipulate fractions. Students compare fractions, evaluate equivalence, and learn that the same methods they used for whole number operations can be used to add, subtract, and multiply fractions.

If students complete the Intensive Series, current 4th graders should also complete:

Add, Subtract, and Round

18 Lessons | Grade 4 Mission 1

This Mission takes the key concepts of our base ten system–composition and decomposition–that students explored in 2nd and 3rd grade and extends those ideas to bigger numbers and more sophisticated and abstract strategies.

FAQs

What instructional content is covered in each digital lesson?

Digital lessons follow the scope and sequence of Eureka Math/EngageNY. They include fluency, concept development, and independent practice. Digital lessons received a top-rating from EdReports.org and are aligned to state standards.

I am tutoring kids in a summer program. Can I use this content? 

Summer Intensive Series can be used for summer school, tutoring programs, or targeted interventions. We also offer materials that tutors or teachers can use to facilitate rich math discussions around the core ideas of each Intensive Series.  

My child is new to Zearn Math. Can I use at home as a parent? 

As a nonprofit, our instructional materials are free for families and kids. Our Parent/Caregiver supports offer the information you need to create an account for yourself and your child, help your child log in to their account, and orient them to Zearn Math Digital Lessons, so they can begin learning with Zearn Math at home.

How much time does each digital lesson take?

Each digital lesson takes about 30 minutes to complete. Kids work through each component at their own pace. After completing one lesson, they automatically go on to the next lesson.

How effective are digital lessons?

Studies show that completing three Zearn Math lessons weekly alongside daily instruction leads to learning gains equivalent to 140 days of additional instructional days a year. Our materials qualify for newly released Federal ESSER funding.