4th Grade Common Core

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32 Comparing Fractions Task Cards. Half of these task cards are word problems (4th grade, 5th grade) These could be used to play SCOOT, in math centers, as a review, and more! Answer key and recording sheet included! $

This PowerPoint addresses CCSS L.4.1.E, forming and using prepositional phrases.

FREE task cards that focus on Nonfiction Text Features!

Free! Looking for a hands-on and fun end-of-the-year activity? Well, look no further! This end of the year lesson will not only help students practice the critical skill of reflecting, they’ll also create an interactive accordion book to showcase their thoughts and ideas.

End of the Year Memory Book: designed for grades 3-6. This book is an end of the year print-and-go keepsake for students. They will enjoy completing each page and will love reading it in years to come. This memory book is also perfect for filling odd minutes and can be used as an early finisher during the last several weeks of school.

This PowerPoint is ideal for a "Writing Strong Leads" minilesson! It includes 10 different styles (like a question, an onomatopoeia, describing the setting, an action, a metaphor/simile, and more!)

Anchor chart for multiplying fractions using a visual model, 5th grade math, fractions

WRITE- A FREEBIE!

RtI intervention activity boxes: where to get activities and how to organize them

End of the Year 4th Grade Math Skills Scoot - Your class will have a blast reviewing 4th grade Common Core math skills. This pack of 6 math Scoot games will keep your students engaged and motivated as you review key 4th grade math skills. $

Minute to Win-It games.... a must try

Summer bulletin board door

Ideas for Classroom Rules for School Teachers

My rule of life: #1 "If you want something you never had, you have to do something you've never done."

Morning Work Fourth Grade Math Common Core $

End of Year Awards! Your students will love giving AND receiving these creative awards! Each student creates a meaningful award for a classmate. This award becomes a cherished keepsake!

FREE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Perfect resource to address the Common Core State Standard that requires students to analyze characters by identifying and describing their actions, thoughts, and motivations.

Plant Life Cycle Anchor Chart

These monsters are so cute! Students solve the multiplication or division equation in each box. Then, they color according to the coloring key. This is a FUN way to build math fluency!

Irregular Verbs PowerPoint- this PowerPoint includes 68 irregular verbs!! It also comes with a companion handout that students can write on as you advance through the PowerPoint.

Do your students' families ask how they can help their students with reading? This one-page handout is sure to help! Now with a poster set too to encourage your students to think while they read and assist with reader's response entries!

Musings from the Middle School: Such a great idea to teach about using Context Clues

Summer Color by Number (4th Grade) Color by Rounding and Multiplication $

End of the Year Memory Book: designed for grades 3-6. This book is an end of the year print-and-go keepsake for students. They will enjoy completing each page and will love reading it in years to come. This memory book is also perfect for filling odd minutes and can be used as an early finisher during the last several weeks of school.

Force and Motion Partner Plays for 4th and 5th graders! Work on reading fluency while reinforcing science concepts including inertia, friction, potential and kinetic energy, and Newton's laws of motion.