Course Content
Theme 1 – Numeration
Theme 2 – Roman-Numerals
Theme 3 – Addition and Subtraction
Theme 4 – Multiplication
Theme 5 – Division
Theme 6 – Factors and Multiples
Theme 7 – Fractions
Theme 8 – Decimals
Theme 9 – Money
Theme 10 – Time
Theme 11 – Measurements
Theme 12 – Area and Perimeter
Theme 13 – Introduction of Geometry
Theme 14 – Polygons
Theme 15 – Data Interpretation
Mathematics – 4
About Lesson

Theme 1: Numeration in Class 4 Math


Numeration is a fundamental concept in mathematics that involves understanding and representing numbers. In Class 4, students delve deeper into numeration, building on the foundational skills developed in previous grades.


  1. Place Value:

   – Understanding Digits: Recognizing the digits 0-9 and their positions in a number.

   – Place Value System: Grasping the concept that the value of a digit depends on its place in a number (ones, tens, hundreds, etc.).


  1. Reading and Writing Numbers:

   – Reading Numbers: Developing the ability to read and interpret numbers up to several digits.

   – Writing Numbers: Expressing numbers in both numeral and word form.

  1. Comparing Numbers:

   – Greater Than, Less Than, Equal To: Understanding the symbols and using them to compare numbers.

   – Ordering Numbers: Arranging numbers in ascending or descending order.

  1. Rounding Numbers:

   – Rounding to Tens and Hundreds: Estimating a number to the nearest ten or hundred for simplified calculations.

  1. Expanded Form:

   – Decomposing Numbers: Expressing a number as the sum of its place values.

   – Understanding Expanded Form: Writing numbers in expanded form using place value.

  1. Number Patterns:

   – Identifying Patterns: Recognizing and extending numerical patterns.

   – Skip Counting: Counting by twos, fives, or tens to identify patterns.

  1. Odd and Even Numbers:

   – Defining Odd and Even: Differentiating between odd and even numbers.

   – Identifying Patterns: Recognizing the alternation between odd and even numbers.

  1. Roman Numerals:

   – Introduction to Roman Numerals: Familiarity with basic Roman numeral symbols (I, V, X, L, C).

   – Simple Conversions: Translating Roman numerals to standard numerals and vice versa.

  1. Number Lines:

   – Understanding Number Lines: Using number lines to visualize and compare numbers.

   – Locating Numbers: Placing numbers on a number line accurately.

  1. Real-World Applications:

   – Problem Solving: Applying numeration skills to solve real-life problems.

   – Everyday Numeracy: Recognizing the relevance of numeration in daily activities.


Numeration in Class 4 lays the groundwork for a deeper understanding of numbers and their properties. From place value to number patterns, students develop essential skills that form the basis for more advanced mathematical concepts in the future.