Using Interactive Number Lines to Support Number Sense
4Th Grade Math
Learn how to use interactive number lines in your classroom to teach whole numbers, fractions and decimals. Use this fun and interactive math activity to develop conceptual understanding all students. FREE templates included.
This FREE math center activity focuses on students identifying equivalent fractions in standard form and with pictures. It includes 8 full color puzzles (that also look great in black and white), and a half page card with student instructions with the answer key.
Daily fraction review for third, fourth, and fifth graders. This free printable works on drawing models, equivalent fractions, fractions on a number line, and solving problems. Simply add the fraction of the day and a problem for your students to solve and you are ready to go!
I've updated my Decimal of the Day sheet I use in my fifth grade math class to include a space for expanded form with exponents (as required by Common Core Math). Fonts found on dafont.com; Decimal of the Day idea modified from the Number of the Day/Daily Data from AMSTI Math
4th grade math game for DECIMALS. Perfect for math centers, independent practice, whole class review, and progress monitoring. This math game covers ALL Common Core math standards related to decimals in Fourth Grade.
In this quick and easy game, students compete against one another to form the highest decimal number using playing cards. This game challenges students to think critically about the place value of digits in decimal numbers and how each digit's placement impacts the total value of the number. Come visit us at Games4Gains.com to learn how to play!