# 4th Class Maths Lesson Plans 2023, download weekly Unit plans from here

TS SCERT 4th Class Maths Lesson Plans 2023 or SCERT Telangana Class 4 Maths Unit Plans download medium wise from here. Teachers who are teaching 4th Class Mathematics in Telangana Schools can check details and download the medium wise FLN Class 4 Mathematics Period Plans, day wise Lesson Plans and Period wise Unit plans from here.

Mediums wise FLN 4th Class Maths subject weekly Lesson Plans has been prepared by the Telangana SCERT with the help of Subject experts. These period wise or day wise lesson plans for each week have been uploaded on its official website of TS SCERT. Candidates can download weekly Unit plans from here.

TS Class 4 Maths Lesson Plans 2023 i.e., TS 4th Class Maths Lesson wise Lesson Plans, TS 4th Class Maths Topic wise Lesson Plans, TS 4th Class Maths Week wise lesson plans, Medium wise TS 4th Class Maths all Lesson Plans downloading links are provided here for you. Every teacher is required to prepare a lesson plan or unit plan because this is considered as guide for the every day lessons.

## Week 1 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 1 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: Many objects – different shapes
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Identify 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional shapes in surroundings

## Week 2 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 2 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: Many objects – different shapes
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Comprehend the objects based on the side view, top view and front view.

## Week 3 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 3 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: Some more shapes
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Understand different shapes – square, rectangle, triangle based on their shapes.

## Week 4 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 4 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: Numbers
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Identify, count, write and compare numbers from 1-99

## Week 5 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 5 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: 3-digit numbers
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Identify, count and write 3-digit numbers

## Week 6 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 6 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: 3-digit numbers
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Compare numbers from 100 to 999

## Week 7 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 7 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Can do simple additions.

## Week 8 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 8 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Can do simple additions and carry forward additions.

## Week 9 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4 Maths Subject
• Week 9 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: Subtractions
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Can do subtractions of 1 digit with 1 digit, 2 digit numbers and 3 digit numbers.

## Week 10 4th Class Maths Lesson Plan

• Class 4th Maths Subject
• Week 10 Period wise Lesson Plan
• Lesson or Topic: Subtractions
• Lesson based learning outcomes: Can do 3 digit borrowing subtractions.

## 4th Class Maths Learning Outcomes

• Unit 1: Let’s recall: The students will be able to read and write numbers up to 4 digits.
• represent the 4 digit numbers on an abacus.
• prepare the place value chart of 4 digit numbers.
• write the names of 4 digit numbers.
• perform the four fundamental operations on numbers up to 4 digits.
• ordering the 4 digit number by comparing.
• form the greatest and smallest 4 digit numbers with the given digits.
• write the predecessor and successor of a 4 digit numbers.
• identifies equal parts.
• use 4 digit number in daily life.
• use fundamental operations in solving daily life problems.
• determine face and place value of digits in 4-digit number.
• write expanded and short forms of 4-digit numbers.
• represent 4 digit numbers on a spike abacus.
• identify the nature of geometrical shapes.
• represent data in a tally table.
• represent half and quarter using geometrical shapes.
• Unit 2: Large numbers: The students will be able to read and write 5 digit numbers.
• represent the 5 digit numbers on an abacus.
• prepare the place value chart of 5 digit numbers.
• write the names of 5 digit numbers.
• determine face and place value of digits in 5 digit numbers.
• write expanded and short forms of 5 digit numbers.
• ordering the 5 digit numbers by comparing.
• form the greatest and smallest 5 digit numbers with the given digits.
• write the predecessor and successor of a 5 digit numbers.
• use 5 digit numbers in daily life.
• Unit 3: Addition: The students will be able to do additions with 4 digit numbers.
• estimate the sums of two 4 digit numbers.
• solve the problems in daily life with the use of addition.
• Unit 4: Subtraction: The students will be able to do subtractions up to 4 digit numbers.
• estimate the difference between two 4 digit numbers.
• solve the problems in daily life with the use of subtraction.
• correct the mistakes in subtractions and give reasons.
• say the profit or loss in daily life situations.
• Unit 5: Multiplication: The students will be able to do the multiplications with 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers.
• explain sequential steps in doing multiplications with 3 digit numbers by 2 digit
• numbers in different ways.
• solve the real life problems involving multiplications.
• write the multiples of given numbers.
• Unit 6: Division: The students will be able to do the divisions up to 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers.
• do the divisions by 10 and 100.
• do the daily life problems using division.
• check the division.
• solve the problems using DMAS rule.
• Unit 7: Geometry: The students will be able to identify the shapes of three dimensional objects.
• find the edges, corners, and faces of the 3-D objects.
• know the shapes and properties of rectangle, square and triangle.
• calculate the area and perimeter of the objects using grid papers.
• know the concept of a circle.
• make different shapes using ‘TANGRAM’.
• Unit 8: Data handling: The students will be able to identifies areas of concern in familiar settings for investigation.
• makes predictions about familiar situations.
• suggests information to collect to answers to certain questions.
• decides how information should be collected.
• accurately collects and records data in tally marks in tabular forms.
• suggests suitable categories to classify the data.
• sorts identifies frequency and classifies data.
• reads data in different forms eg; tabular forms, pictographs and bar graphs.
• interprets and describes information presented in tabular forms, pictographs, and Bar graphs.
• Unit 9: Fractions: The students will be able to identify and write half and quarter of a whole.
• divide a given object or group of objects into number of equal parts.
• recognize a fraction and its parts.
• express the fraction as a part of a whole and a part of a group.
• identify and compare unit fractions and like fractions.
• perform additions and subtractions over like fractions.
• apply the knowledge of fractions in daily life.
• Unit 10: Measurements: A) Our money: know the different denominations of our currency.
• do the addition sums involving currency.
• do the subtraction sums involving currency.
• solve the problems involving money in daily life situations.
• B) Length: convert meters into centimetres and centimetres to meters.
• solve problems in daily life situations related to length.
• C) Weight: convert kilograms into grams and grams into kilograms.
• solve problems in daily life situations related to weights.
• D) Capacity: convert liters into milliliters and milliliters into liters.
• solve problems in daily life situations related to capacity.
• E) TIME: understand the relation between hours, minutes, seconds.