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4th Grade Common Core

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4th Grade Common Core

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Prime and Composite Numbers PowerPoint- for introducing the concept using factor rainbows. Several practice slides included! $

Prime and Composite Anchor Chart {plus a freebie!} by Crafting Connections!

TURN AND TALK 5th grade teacher shares how she sets up Turn and Talk at the beginning of the year and the benefits of using turn and talk in the CIA units of study. She includes pictures of the charts from the unit Earthquake Terror (5.1)

Punctuating Dialogue in Writing- a 60-slide PowerPoint with lots of practice opportunities! $

Quotation Marks Anchor Chart for teaching students how to write dialogue correctly (with FREEBIE) by Crafting Connections!

Solve It! is a fun, easy to play, educational game for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. Students will solve case

4TH GRADE READING INFORMATIONAL TEXT FEATURES INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK! COMMON CORE MUST HAVE! Excellent introduction or review of all of the 4th Grade Informational Nonfiction Reading Text Features! Activities, lessons and more. Text features included are main idea, compare & contrast, cause & effect, problem & solution, determine meaning, inference, reasons and evidence, context clues and many more.

What a great, hands-on way to teach elapsed time!

Shelf Talkers: students complete shelf talker to recommend a book. Model with first classroom read aloud. Shelf talker must contain: title of book, author, color, eye-catching illustration, persuasive language, and teaser summary of book giving setting, character(s), problem, plot preview, description of author's style.

Need an idea to end the day? The End of the Day Jar has 24 questions to ask students to get them talking about their school day. This helps build community in the classroom. You can call on students to answer the questions or have them talk with a buddy.

4TH GRADE WRITING PROMPT CARDS 100% ALIGNED TO THE COMMON CORE STANDARDS! CREATIVE AND FUN! STANDARDS LISTED ON EACH CARD! A must for every 4th grade classroom, 25 Common Core colorful fun "Writing Prompt Task Cards" with creative writing prompts that connect to the 4th grade standards. The standard is written beneath each prompt. I have also included a rubric to use for each prompt. The standards are also included with the card for easy teacher access.

Non-fiction reading strategies and knowing when to stop, think, talk, and jot -- love this!

Students use butcher paper to compare and contrast stories. #21stcenturylearning #reading #collaboration

FREE - Busy Prepositions

Drawing conclusions power point

Will use as a math warm on Active board to review comparing decimal with 4th grade intervention group. Each student (out of 6) can come up to board and answer problems, students at the table can give thumbs up or down on the answer. A good quick formative assessment!

The 4th Grade May-niacs: Comparing Decimals

4TH GRADE COMMON CORE WRITING GAMES, ACTIVITIES & MORE! Finally, a fun way to prepare students for your 4th Grade Writing achievement test without endless practice prompts. 100% ALIGNED to the 4th Grade Common Core Standards! From developing a closing argument to writing the perfect introductory paragraph, these activities and games will bring new life to your writing instruction! Also excellent for writing camps!

Diamante Poem Kites- a fun and creative way to teach poem writing and posts of speech. My second grade students loved making them!!!

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How fun! Use macaroni noodles to teach apostrophes, commas, and quotation marks!