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# Unicus Global Science Olympiad Class 4 Syllabus

## 1. Content Domain: Number

### Number Sense

1. Add and subtract up to 5-digit numbers
2. Multiplication and division (5-digit numbers)
3. Place value of numbers to 6 digits
4. Representations of numbers (words, symbols, and number lines)
5. Solve problems involving odd and even numbers, multiples, and factors of numbers
6. Rounding off (tens, hundreds, thousands)
7. Whole Numbers: Properties of whole numbers
8. Combine two or more properties of numbers or operations to solve a problem

### Expressions, Equations, and Relationships

1. Missing number or operation in a number sentence
2. Form expressions or equations as per the problem

### Fractions and Decimals

1. Representation of fractions: words, numbers
2. Comparing fractions
3. Addition and subtraction of simple fractions with like denominators
4. Representations of decimals: words, numbers
5. Conversion of improper to mixed fraction and vice versa
6. Compare and order decimals and relate decimals to fractions; round decimals; add and subtract decimals (up to two decimal places)

## 2. Content Domain: Measurement

### Time

1. Units of time
2. Conversion from one unit to another
3. Word problems of time

### Temperature

1. Units of temperature
2. Conversion from one unit to another
3. Word problems based on temperature

### Length, Weight, and Capacity

1. Measure, estimate, add, and subtract lengths (millimetres, centimetres, metres, kilometres)
2. Mass/weight (grams and kilograms)
3. Volume (millilitres and litres)
4. Word problems based on length, weight, and volume

## 3. Content Domain: Geometry

### Area and Perimeter

1. Perimeters of polygons, areas of rectangles and squares, areas of shapes covered with squares or partial squares

### Geometry

1. Types of lines
2. Types of angles and compare the relative size of angles
3. Three-dimensional shapes (cubes, cuboids, cones, cylinders, and spheres) and how they relate to their two-dimensional representations
4. Two-dimensional shapes (circles, triangles, quadrilaterals, and other polygons)

## 4. Content Domain: Data Handling

### Data Handling

1. Types of graphs: pictographs, bar graphs, line graphs, and pie charts
2. Interpret data and use it to answer questions that go beyond directly reading data displays

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