4th Grade

Introduction to the GPS VIDEO

4th Grade Intro To GPS Video

Fourth Grade Guide to Plan for Success 18-19

Updated 9/25/19 to included highlighted Major Standards for the grade level

Fourth Grade Guide to Plan for Success 

Kid friendly 4th grade-Success-Criteria-for-the-Year

Use for newsletters, interactive notebooks, or laminate for each students’ desk.

Next Steps Grade 4 IReady

After the  iReady diagnostics your students are given a placement in each domain. If you click on a student’s name and then the domain (NBT, OA, MD, G) you will get information to show you what they can do and their next steps for instruction. Use this document to guide you in your instruction for the NBT and OA domains. 

4th Daily Planning Sheet

Assessments are located on Blackboard

How to print on letter size:

Click “Print”

On the Bottom it says “1 Page Per Sheet”- click on this and “Scale to Paper Size”

scroll and click on “8 1/2 x 11”

DO NOT CHANGE ANYTHING ELSE 🙂

Tools

10 x 10 multiplication array

10 x 10 grids

Clock faces

Look-alike rectangles

Big Geoboard pattern

Small geoboard patterns

Rectangles Made with 36 Tiles recording sheet

Tangrams

Printable Open Number Line


FSA

            G4 Math_Item-Specifications_Sept2018_Final

FSA 4th practice test

math grid bubble practice


August

Flipcharts found on this site:

  • These flipcharts contain sample questions.
  • They do not always go in order. 
  • PLEASE DO NOT GO PAGE BY PAGE (slide one is not day one, etc.).

As you consider using the flipchart:

1. Think about the learning intention and success criteria you plan to use for this slide and the questions you will use to elicit understanding.

2. Write/Post/Say the learning intention and success criteria so the students understand the expectation, self-monitor, and self-assess their personal level of understanding. 

3. Then, select appropriate experiences to meet your students’ needs. Depending on your learning intention and success criteria, you may need to do another similar problem, or more similar problems,  to build their understanding.  Having more than one problem helps you to meet all students’ needs and be able to easily differentiate  (remediating/extending).

The First Ten Days of Math

Grade 4 First 10 Days of Math Final

The first 100 day decimal routine

flipchart

 

Multiplicative Comparison, Factors/Multiples, Area/Perimeter

  

Area Battle

AreaBlock

Greg Tang Word Problem Generator:

Geometry Day: Using Geometry Vocabulary to Identify 2D Shapes 

    


September

Flipcharts found on this site:

  • These flipcharts contain sample questions.
  • They do not always go in order. 
  • PLEASE DO NOT GO PAGE BY PAGE (slide one is not day one, etc.).

  Partial Products Finder (an interactive website)

How to Use the Above Video : Ask students to solve 18×5 and show it visually. Watch this visual and ask: Which one was most similar to yours and why? Choose one of these strategies and explain how it works.

Geometry Day: Read, Interpret, and Measure with a Protractor 

    


October

Division and Area/Perimeter

   

Geometry Day: Add Two or More Angles


November

Concept Development with Decimals

 

    

Geometry Day: Categorize Triangles (not a specific rule; just to build understanding)

    


December

Whole Numbers and Decimals

 

digit place final place value cover up

place value yahtzee  Place_Value_Yahtzee_Score_Card

Geometry Day: Decomposing Shapes to Form Triangles and Symmetry 

    


January

Whole Numbers and Decimals

 

Geometry Day: Continue Exploration of Triangles

 


February

Equivalent Fractions and Comparing Fractions

 

 

Geometry Day: Classify Quadrilaterals

 

 

    


March and April

Add/Subtract and Multiply Fractions

    

Common Core Worksheets for Line Plots


Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

      

Decimal Disk

 

 


Operations and Algebraic Thinking

 


Numbers and Operations in Fractions


Measurement and Data

 


Geometry

 

Centers/Games/Small Groups