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4th Grade Common Core

Welcome to the 4th Grade Common Core Pinterest page! We hope you find valuable resources to help support the new Common Core Curriculum standards. **Note to Collaborative Pinners* Please make sure to not pin the same product multiple times on multiple boards in the same day. It crowds the Pinterest feed of followers. To keep our followers please try to pin a mixture of free products, blog posts, and paid products. Remember this is a collaborative board. :) Thanks so much.... ~Pam

Main Idea Activities...Fourth Grade!

Blog Post about introducing theme using the song "Am I Wrong?" by Nico and Vinz.

Theme Anchor chart (using the cupcake analogy!) by Crafting Connections!

Angle Measurement Ideas - Great way to teach angle rotation and also to allow students to find out that angle measures are the same despite the size of the rays! For other ideas, please visit my blog: mrs-c-classroom.b...

Collaborative Conversation Sticks for ELA and Math will help tour kids stay focused, frame their thoughts and allow them communicate ideas and questions. Great for ELLs and timid students. Fancyfreein4th

Mandy's Tips for Teachers: Bright Idea: Using Post it Note to Teach Context Clues - Great idea!

4th Grade Common Core Lesson Plan Template with drop-down boxes. You can even customize the lesson plan format! All grade levels available

36 Weeks of Differentiated Multi-Step Math Word Problems with Graphic Organizer to support students in solving and explaining problems. Aligned to Common Core Standards for 4th. Save $2.50 by buying a bundle instead of purchasing each set separately.

Main Idea & Details Craftivity. All statements are related to ice cream. Students match each detail scoop of ice cream to the correct main idea cone. $

Teaching main idea and supporting details with a paper bag.

SI.3.2 Determine the main ideas and supporting details of a text read aloud or information presented in diverse media and formats including visually, orally, and quantitatively. Narrative/inform txt anchor chart (main idea)

This is a great worksheet for helping students develop the main idea and details of their expository writing. I would use this when first introducing expository writing.

Model for Multiplying Decimals Video

A blog post about using Laffy Taffy as an educational activity in your classroom!

40-slide PowerPoint with a note taking companion! Several identification slides within the PowerPoint. $4

Spark Student Motivation with a 40 Book Challenge FREEBIE!

Teachers can use this Folktales anchor chart to frame Unit 2 in Grade 6: Folklore: A Blast from the Past