The Common Core State Standards covered in Unit 4 are:

Ben's band includes a piano, a drum, a guitar, and a saxophone. Ben does not use his mouth to play his instrument. Keith and Brenda's instruments have strings. Ben, Mattie, and Brenda can carry their instruments. Who plays each instrument? 
Ellen weighs 50 pounds more than Annemarie. Together, they weigh 130 pounds. What does Annemarie weigh? 
Tomorrow will not be Thursday or Sunday. Today is not Monday or Friday. Yesterday was not Wednesday or Saturday. What day was yesterday? 
Kirsti has $21 more than Annemarie and $48 more than Ellen. Altogether they have $168. How much money does Kirsti have? 
When you find 50 X 32 X 2, which two numbers are easy to multiply? Which multiplication property allows you to think of 50 X 32 X 2 as 50 X 2 X 32? 
DVDs at the mall are on sale 3 for $25. If 400 DVDs are put on five shelves with an equal number on each shelf, how many DVDs are on each shelf? 
Luella and Pearley just got married. It is a full moon. They are in their carriage and are halfway down the road to their house from the church. The coachman goes forward 5 miles. Then, Lefty Miller chases them back 12 miles. Then, they drive 15 miles and get home. How many miles long is the road? 
Aunt Arabella is buying cakes for a tea party. She buys 20 cakes altogether. She buys 2 more chocolate cakes than vanilla. How many vanilla cakes does Aunt Arabella buy? 
The Bear Flag Rebels want to replace the floor at Colonel Vallejo's house. They need 114 tiles to cover the floor. The tiles come in boxes of 8 and each box costs $8.97 How much money will it cost to cover the floor at Colonel Vallejo's house? 
There are 105 students running in the relay race at Annemarie's school. There are 9 teams and each team must have the same number of students. How many runners will be on each team? 
How to do long division 

Divisibility Rules 

Division Patterns 

Estimate Quotients 

Estimate QuotientsWord Problems I 

Divide Numbers Ending in Zero 

Divide Numbers Ending in Zero Word Problems 

Time to Exercise the Brain


to the math sites that we love! 