Resources:
Scope and Sequence  a curriculum map created by CESA #7 as part of their Curriculum Companion tool, provides a structure for teaching all of the CCSS grade 4 standards
Sample Scope and Sequence 2  a curriculum guide developed by the Charles A. Dana Center as part of the Common Core Tool Box
Unpacked Math Standards  this North Carolina document gives details and examples for each of the content standards and math practices at the 4th grade level.
Kansas Common Core Flipbook for 4th Grade  this "flipbook" from the Kansas Association of Teachers of Mathematics is fantastic! It deeply describes the standards individually and provides sample problems, student misconceptions, and connections to other related standards (progressions).
Collection of 35 Mathematics Tasks  a collection of highquality tasks that align with the approach of the Common Core (thanks to the Albuquerque Public Schools!)  The acronym for the strand (or topic) of each task is described at the bottom of the page.
Illustrative Mathematics  for each of the domains of K8 math, you can click to reveal the common core standards and then click "see illustrations", which provides a list of rich math tasks that cover these concepts.
Inside Mathematics  extensive resource from the Noyce Foundation that provides videos of example lessons from many grade levels (including 4th). There is also a fantastic fourth grade page of resources, which includes math tasks.
Balanced Assessment in Mathematics Program  a program out of Harvard that has compiled loads of highquality assessment tasks, K12. Go to the set of 35 assessments here, or go the set of 57 assessments for your more advanced students.
Standards for Mathematical Practices in Fourth Grade  scroll down for details on how these practices can be integrated in 4th grade math instruction. A district in Utah has produced posters of each of the math practices modified for each grade level K6, with examples.
NSDL Collection of Common Core Math for 4th Grade  this page contains a digital collection of math related resources, lessons, websites and games by math standard for 4th grade.
SECC Videos for Understanding the CCSS in Math in 4th Grade  series of videos designed to clarify the meaning of individual standards by discussing the language of the standard and giving an example problem (has K12 videos available).
Effective fractions instruction  webinar from WestEd on how to effectively teach fractions
Learning Trajectories of the Standards  click on the hexagon image here and you can find the learning trajectories (the standard developed across grade levels) for your students within each of the domains.
Assessments (related standards in parentheses):
Computerbased items released from Smarter Balanced  there have been a set of computerbased items released that you can go through and actually answer online. If you go to the top of the page you can select, "view more sample items" to see a list of sample questions by grade level. You can also select "about this item" at the top to see which specific standards connect to the test item.
Smarter Balanced performance task example  students design robots and have to do various measurements and area calculations, including work with fractions; students convert meters and kilometers, and hours, minutes and seconds; students determine rates  4.MD.1, 4.MD.3, 4.OA.5, 4.G.2, 3.MD.1, 3.MD.5, 3.MD.6, 3.MD.7, 3.MD.8, 3.G.1, 3.NF.1, 2.G.1, 2.G.3, 2.MD.1
Smarter Balanced performance task example  students design a grocery store using area measurements of shelves, etc.; they conduct a survey and use survey results to determine how many employees should work at different times; they determine the money the store charges customers to on products to earn a certain profit; extended multiday series of tasks  4.OA.2, 4.OA.3, 4.NBT.4, 4.NBT.5, 4.NBT.6, 4.MD.2, 4.MD.3,4.NF.2, 3.NBT.2, 3.MD.3, 3.MD.6, 3.MD.7
Smarter Balanced performance task example  students use pattern blocks (hexagon portions) to determine fraction equivalences and do various fraction calculations, extended 120 minute series of tasks  4.NF.1, 4.NF.2, 4.NF.3, 4.NF.4, 3.NF.1, 3.NF.2, 3.NF.3, 3.MD.6, 3.MD.7
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students have to figure out and describe where a student made a mistake in two methods of mutliple digit multiplication  4.NBT.5
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students look at an example to see if another student estimated 4 digit addition correctly  4.NBT.3
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students determine how much money a person makes from selling sports cards, uses multidigit multiplication and algebraic thinking  4.OA.3, 4.NBT.5, 4.NBT.6
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students measure the angles and side lengths of a triangle, measure the sides of another triangle, then write out a comparison of two the perimeters  4.MD.6, 4.MD.2, 4.NF.3, 4.G.2, 3.MD.8, 2.MD.1
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students measure an angle, then use that measurement to determine and justify the measurement of another angle  4.MD.6, 4.MD.7
Smarter Balanced constructed response example  students fill in a chart with missing information, using addition/subtraction and algebraic reasoning  4.NBT.4, 4.OA.3
Smarter Balanced constructed response example  students use a line plot of baboons' ages to create fractions  4.NF.3
Smarter Balanced constructed response example  students watch a short evaporation video and then have to subtract off the amount of water that evaporated each day from a mixed number: 2 and 1/8 (all same denominator, uses a line plot)  4.MD.4, 4.NF.3
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students have to create equivalent fractions given a storyline about sharpened and unsharpened pencils in bags  4.NF.1
Smarter Balanced constructued response example  students are provided an image of a hand that is 6 inches, then given measurements of different objects in "hands", they have to convert those measurement to feet, inches and yards  4.MD.1, 4.OA.3, 3.OA.7, 2.NBT.4
Smarter Balanced constructed response example  students have to draw three rectangular rabbit pens that each use 24 feet of fencing, then give the length, width and area of each  4.MD.3
Smarter Balanced technology enhanced example  students have to draw a line of symmetry on an irregular shape  4.G.3
Smarter Balanced technology enhanced example  students use an online tool to fill in squares on a grid to complete an irregular object across two lines of symmetry  4.G.3
Smarter Balanced technology enhanced example  students sort a series of shapes based on the number of lines of symmetry that they have  4.G.3
Smarter Balanced technology enhanced example  students sort shapes based on whether they have right angles, perpendicular lines or parallel lines  4.G.2
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students look at pictures and determine whether shapes have lines that are parallel, perpendicular or at one line of symmetry  4.G.2, 4.G.3
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students must determine if different measurements in inches, feet and yards are equivalent  4.MD.1, 4.NF.2
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students must add fractions with denominators of 100 and 10  04.NF.5
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students look at a shaded portion of a square and have to determine fraction and decimal equivalents  4.NF.5, 4.NF.6, 4.NF.7
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students must determine whether different multiplication expressions equal 12/5, requires an understanding of multiplying fractions  4.NF.4
Smarter Balanced technology enhanced example  students use a computer tool to move figures different fractions of a mile on a number line  4.NF.1, 4.NF.2, 4.NF.3
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students have to use a picture of some placevalue blocks to answer some tricky questions  4.NBT.1, 4.NBT.2
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students are asked whether answers are multiples of 5 or factors of 100  4.OA.4
Smarter Balanced extended response example  students have to justify whether or not all the factors of 8 are also factors of 32  4.OA.4
Smarter Balanced structured response example  students must be able to fluently use multiplication, division and basic algebra notation to solve a word problem multiple ways  4.OA.2
Smarter Balanced technology enhanced example  students create groupings of students for a science lab, requires division and creating a group with a remainder  4.NBT.6
