# 4th grade learning

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Free Printable Fractions Worksheets

Toothpick Structures - use with marshmallows! Would be fun to make them 3-dimensional as well!

Multiplication Strategies - this is great!

Lines, Rays, Angles, Oh my! --Just use toothpicks and dot stickers.

Students can find the lines of symmetry by cutting out the shapes and folding them in half to form a mirror image. On a fresh coy of the same worksheet, they can now draw in the lines of symmetry that they discovered from the folding activity on the shapes provided.

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Today's Number / Number of the Day 4th Grade Common Core D

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Multiplication Strategies ... http://media-cache-ec3.pinimg.com/originals/7a/02/cb/7a02cb1ecfbfeda7c1f6fa16f4917428.jpg

Multiplication anchor charts | Multiplication Strategies (array, equal groups, repeated addition, and number line)

I think I'll do this except with three cards only and they have to find the smallest number, largest number, and write a number sentence and solve.

Divisibility Rules - Math Poster great mat hints for the classroom...or student math notebook!!!!

This is a great visual aid when introducing angles; students learn about angles, it is inexpensive to do and FUN.

Fraction Anchor Chart - 5th Grade Need this for my granddaughter! Sarah Beth

Geometry Vocabulary reference sheet. Great for math notebook

number of the day for upper grades...you could do this as "calendar Math" by using the day's date...ex: 9/5/12= 9,512

Types of Angles, I like how they are all on one anchor chart. I would also add reflex angle. (Image only)

Perimeter and Area Game-- have them write the area instead of the dimensions to help them relate perimeter to area.