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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


4th Grade Common Core

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This is an engaging activity where your students read an original short story. After they have finished reading, students identify the characters, setting, beginning/problem, middle/events, end/resolution, and theme on the individual pieces of the sundae. Finally, students use their pieces to write a complete summary! $

Interactive Notebook Entry FREEBIE: A Sundae Summary for fiction

A reading-free lesson using Pixar videos and Step Up to Writing strategies to teach all students, even struggling readers, how to write a summary.

MATH ENRICHMENT PROJECTS FOR THE ENTIRE 4TH GRADE YEAR! All 100% ALIGNED TO THE 4th GRADE COMMON CORE STANDARDS! FINALLY, A WAY TO MAKE LEARNING MATH FUN! STUDENTS LOVE THESE PROJECTS! A must have for any 4th Grade Teacher! 90 math enrichment projects that correlate with ALL the 4th Grade Common Core Standards. Each menu is sold individually. Excellent math and language arts integration.

Little Literacy Learners: Main Idea and Details activity. Sounds fun!

Great ideas in this blog post from Scholastic. Start 'em young! Playing With Poetry in the Primary Grades | Scholastic.com

LOVE this. We will be doing this Monday to practice similes.

Great alternatives to flash cards! Love these fun ways to practice multiplication facts.

FUN, CREATIVE DATA PROJECT! STUDENTS PRACTICE CREATING LINE PLOTS, STEM AND LEAF PLOTS, BAR GRAPHS, SCATTERPLOTS, FREQUENCY TABLES AND DOT PLOTS AND HAVE FUN AT THE SAME TIME! Students choose from a funny theme such as "ants in people's pants" and then begin creating enough silly data to formulate four types of tables or graphs. A fun way hands-on creative way for students to work with a variety of graphs. 100% aligned to Texas 4th Grade STAAR TEKS 4.1E!

brainstorm some similes using ice cream... Then take a "field trip" to Cultive :)

Why do pirates wear an eye patch? poster by Welcome to Room 36, a Kindergarten Blog

FREE! "MY LIFE AS A BOOK" CREATIVE WAY FOR YOUR STUDENTS TO PRACTICE INFORMATIONAL TEXT FEATURES!

MY BESTSELLERS BUNDLED! I have bundled four of my 4th Grade language arts Common Core products. The products cover everything needed to teach their designated Common Core standards through task cards, lessons, activities, prompts, projects, daily reviews and more! All products can be purchased separately!

Prefix, Suffix, Root word activity - Begin with full words. Students cut off prefixes and suffixes and sort the three sections.

Dry erase circles and new bucket seats! Guided reading tables should be a cute and productive space! First Grade Fingerprints

Play SWAT IT! Free idea with lots of variations.

Great reading strategy to check for comprehension of text features!

Area and Perimeter Word Problem Task Card Review Activity - Standard and Metric Unit Version - working SAMPLE I have two full versions for this resource - Standard and Metric as well as a Metric Only version. This fully working sample includes 16 out of the 20 Area and Perimeter Word Problem Task Cards as well as a student answer worksheet and teacher answer key. I have two full versions for ...

Adverb teaching ideas

This collaborative blog showcases the best in upper elementary. Follow along for great tips, ideas, and freebies for your classroom!

Adverbs Song (Adverbs by Melissa)

Adverbs anchor chart

Adverbs PowerPoint and Activity Pages. Perfect lesson for introducing or reviewing adverbs with your students. Look what purchasers have said, "This is a terrific pack! I love the PowerPoint. I really think this will help my students understand adverbs!" $