Grade 4 Fractions: The Ultimate Course
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Course Summary

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    Small group classes (upto 3 kids)

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    45 minutes class duration

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    Recorded videos of each class

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    Class notes from the tutor after each class

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    Flexible class frequency

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    $20 price/class (total course costs $239)

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    Course completion certificate

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    No classes on national holidays - See all holidays

About the course

This course covers the entire Grade 4 Fractions curriculum and focuses on building a strong conceptual foundation of fractions. 

It starts by covering all the topics that a student needs to understand before he/she moves towards a much higher concept of fraction arithmetic. After covering all the foundational classes, students learn how to add, subtract and multiply fractions and mixed numbers with like denominators. 

Using variety of real-life contexts and examples, the students will develop all the necessary skills to work with fractions in their real life. This course is perfect for students needing a refresher course on  fractions or for students who are struggling with fraction operations.

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How it works

  • Complete the Enrollment

    Select a suitable date and time slot for the course and signup for the 1st free trial class of the course.

  • Get the Calendar Invite

    You will get the calendar invite for all the classes in the course. You will also get reminders 24 hours and 1 hour before every class on your email.

  • Join the Class and Start Learning

    You can join the live class from the zoom link in the calendar invite, email, or the SMS reminder.

Lessons in the Course

  • 1

    Equivalent Fractions

    • This lesson takes forward the understanding of equivalent fractions. The students will now learn to generate equivalent fractions without models.

  • 2

    Introducing Fractions Greater than 1

    • Students often believe that fractions are always less than 1 because they are thinking about a fraction of 1 whole.This lesson gives them a broader view of fractions and introduces them the concept of improper fractions.

  • 3

    Introducing Mixed Numbers & its Relation to Fractions Greater than 1

    • This lesson extends students understanding of fractions greater than 1 by introducing them to mixed numbers with the help of visual models. It also teaches them how to rewrite mixed numbers as improper fractions and improper fractions as mixed numbers.

  • 4

    Comparing Unlike Fractions

    • This lesson goes deeper into comparison of fractions. It teaches the students how to compare unlike fractions by either using benchmark fractions or by finding a common denominator using the concept of equivalent fractions.

  • 5

    Addition and Subtraction of Fractions with Like Denominators

    • Addition and subtraction of like fractions is the first step in the introduction of the big topic of fraction arithmetic. This lesson help the students in understanding addition and subtraction of fractions as joining and separating parts.

  • 6

    Addition of Mixed Number and a Fraction with Like Denominators

    • This lesson extends students understanding of addition & subtraction of fractions by introducing them to the concept of addition of mixed number & a fraction with and without models.

  • 7

    Subtraction of Mixed Number and a Fraction with Like Denominators

    • This lesson takes forward the students' understanding of addition of mixed number and a fraction to now subtraction of mixed number and a fraction, both with and without models.

  • 8

    Addition and Subtraction of Mixed Numbers with Like Denominators

    • This lesson deals with addition and subtraction of mixed numbers with like denominators. Students learn to add and subtract two mixed numbers by replacing each mixed number with an equivalent fraction.

  • 9

    Multiplying Whole Number by a Unit Fraction

    • In this lesson the students apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction by a whole number. Students start visualising a non-unit fraction as a multiple of a unit fraction using their previous understanding.

  • 10

    Multiplying Whole Number by a Non Unit Fraction

    • In this lesson the students understand a multiple of a non-unit fraction as a multiple of its unit fraction, and use this understanding to multiply a fraction by a whole number.

  • 11

    Multiplying Whole Number by a Mixed Number

    • This lesson helps the students to recall their prevoius knowledge of converting mixed numbers to improper fractions and use it to help them multiply a mixed number by a whole number.

  • 12

    Word Problems on Multiplication with Fractions

    • This lesson is all about connecting the understanding of multiplication with fractions to real world applications. Students will solve a variety of mathematically rich word problems involving multiplication with fractions.

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Father of a fourth grader

My son really enjoyed it and he usually hates math. Ted, the instructor was great. My son is looking forward to their next session on Friday and we signed him up for a session on Fractions as well. I've also passed this along to several friends who are interested. Much appreciated especially now. This is a great resource/service.

Teacher helps her understand concepts

Mother of a third grader

Thank you for emailing. So far, it has worked out well for us and our daughter. She says she really likes her teacher, despite the concepts being brand new to her. She feels challenged by some of the work, but I think that is the point and the teacher helps her understand the concepts.

Super patient teachers

Mother of a second grader

Kendra was wonderful. She was super patient with my son and he just took his milestone test on fractions at school and said "it was SO easy!" Kendra really helped get him up-to-speed on fractions.

Helping my son stay focused

Mother of a 3rd Grader

Thank you so much. My son has ADHD so keeping focus can be challenging for him. We really appreciate your support. I feel like he is really making strides.

Difficulty level was spot on

Parent of a 5th Grader

My daughter enjoyed the class. The level of difficulty was spot on. No complaints!

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Meet the Teachers

Theodore Korolyshun

I was born and raised in Connecticut in a small city called Derby, before attending the University of Notre Dame and moving to Chicago for two years after graduation. It was here where I began teaching, and especially enjoyed helping students (and some teachers!) with math & reading.

Kaia Buhl

I'm an energetic teacher. I enjoy seeing the "I got it" moment of every student through their personal achievements. I adapt to different learning styles and have learned to quickly come up with a new example so that the student is able to understand the concept being learned at the moment.

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  • Can you tell me more about the math tutors?

    Our math tutors are certified educators with years of teaching experience. Each of them has been hand-picked for their innovative teaching styles, the ability to tailor their lessons according to different learning needs, and their main superpower - making math fun.

  • Will the tutor also help my child with their school homework?

    The classes will be conducted on the specific topics independently of the progress in school. Math tutor will therefore not be able to assist your child with their homework.

  • Do I need to attend the classes with my child?

    Our tutors are capable of keeping the children engaged and learning on their own. Most parents attend just the first class and prefer to let their child learn independently for the rest of the course.

  • Is there anything my child needs for this class?

    Yes, you will need a computer or tablet with a webcam, mic, and speakers to attend the classes. Also, remember to keep a whiteboard and marker (or blank sheets and pen) handy for practice during the class.

  • Are these classes safe for my child?

    Your child's safety and privacy is our primary concern. We do not collect any personal information and all our tutors go through a rigorous background verification process. Our classes are completely safe for your child.

  • How long is each class?

    Each class is around 45-minutes long. Sometimes if the tutor needs more time to wrap up what they’re teaching, it can take a few minutes longer.

  • When will my card get charged?

    The first class of your course is free. We will charge your card 24 hours after the first class. If you cancel before this, no money will be deducted from your account. If you wish to stop the course at any point, you will get charged only for the number of classes attended and we will refund the remaining amount.

  • How can I cancel the class?

    You can go ahead and cancel your course by visiting - My Account > Billing > Subscriptions

  • What if the tutor is unable to complete the course within the set number of classes?

    The course topics are designed to fit within the number of classes mentioned for every course. If due to an unforeseen event classes need to be extended beyond the original schedule, the tutor will conduct the remaining classes free of charge. Parents will be informed through email about such events.

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    We have a set of special education courses. You can choose one accordingly. If you have a learner with specific needs, you can also email your requirements to tutor-feedback@splashlearn.com and we will do our best to include it in our plan.