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Included you will find notes that go along with the GO MATH! series. I have students glue these notes in their interactive notebook to take home as a reference for homework. I have two of the same notes on each page to ensure they fit perfectly in the composition notebooks and to save paper :)
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This resource includes clear definitions/examples of:- points, rays, lines, and line segments- parallel, intersecting, and perpendicular lines- acute, right, and obtuse angles- acute, right, and obtuse triangles- common quadrilaterals- lines of symmetry

UPDATED for the 2015 Program! If you purchased this bundle prior to the 2015-2016 school year, please download your update.This 23-page bundle contains the Grade 3 Go-Math Lesson Plan Templates for Chapter 4 (4.1 - 4.10). Lesson plans include:ALGEBRA:Multiply with 2 and 4Multiply with 5 and 10Mult

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This bundle includes 7 lessons for chapter 10 of Go Math for 4th grade.
Lessons Include:
-The problem of the day
-Engage
-Teach and talk
-Guided practice
-Assessment (Quick Check)
-Independent Practice
-Differentiated Groups: Language Support for ELLs, Enrich, Tier 1 and Tier 2.
-Essential Quest

Each Go Math! chapter has a practice test at the end of the book to prepare students for the test, but sometimes teachers would either like an extra similar test for a RETAKE or for extra practice in anticipation for a test. The choice is yours! Includes answer key.This test is very similar to the t

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These are digital exit slips (google slides) that go along with each lesson of Go Math Grade 4 Chapter 10. There are two different types of exit slips: Group A-far more scaffolded for struggling students, or Group B-less scaffolding & more word problems. I use these at the end of each day's less

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To model with mathematics in geometry involves hands-on application of the concepts. For example, using the concept of line symmetry for polygons can be helpful when students are folding napkins to decorate a dinner table or folding paper for origami figures. Furthermore, studentsâ€™ knowledge of po

Using Google Slides, this digital interactive notebook will allow students to follow examples given and type in their answers with breakdown boxes for them to show their work!These are great for review and exit tickets!

Also included in:Â Go Math Grade 4 Digital Interactive Notebook Chapters 1 - 13

These are digital exit slips students can use to show understanding after each Go Math Lesson in Chapter 10 for Grade 4. They can also be used as a whole at the end of a chapter for review. These can be assigned as a whole or day by day as you wish. Students are able to click on the empty boxes &

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These are digital exit slips students can use to show understanding after each Go Math Lesson in Chapter 10 for Grade 4. They can also be used as a whole at the end of a chapter for review. These can be assigned as a whole or day-by-day as you wish. Students are able to click on the empty yellow box

Grade 4 Go Math Exit Slips for Chapter 10 Lessons 1-7 in Microsoft Word, so they can be edited. Each exit slip aligns with the Common Core Standard taught throughout the lesson. The exit slips can easily be printed for you to hand out to your students at the end of each lesson. They're great to use

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Grade 4 Go Math Exit Slips for Chapter 7 Lessons 1-10 in Microsoft Word, so they can be edited. Each exit slip aligns with the Common Core Standard taught throughout the lesson. The exit slips can easily be printed for you to hand out to your students at the end of each lesson. They're great to use

I made this I have Who has game to use with my district's Go Math! materials. I plan on using this game after Chapter 4 Lesson 2 when the multiplying by 2, 4, 5 and 10 facts have been introduced.

This file includes 2 sets of task cards that correspond with Chapter 10 of the GO Math program. Each set has a recording sheet and answer key. The task cards, recording sheet and answer key include the corresponding lesson number of that skill to help identify which individual skills may need re-tea

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Also included in:Â GO Math Chapters 9-12 Task Card Bundle Grade 4

These Interactive Slides were created for my 3rd Graders to practice their knowledge of Go Math Chapter 4 topics after teaching the lessons.Â There are 50 slides with 25 questions and answers.Â These Google Slides can be used as a practice activity as a class, for centers, or individual practice to

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Also included in:Â 3rd Grade GoMath *ALL Chapters* - Jeopardy Games - BUNDLE (Google Slides)

Do you have students who need tier 2 math activities?
Go Math includes Tier 2 activities but it takes time to set them up for the students to complete.
These task cards make it easy for you to work with or assign your students the Go Math Grade 4 Chapter 10 Tier 2 activities.
Topic: Two-Dimensi

This is a Go Math! based game. This game mirrors the language and the concepts taught in the Go Math! series. This game is based solely on the use 10 to subtract concept in the chapter. This game is self-checking and differentiated on 3 levels.
There are 12 Self-Checking cards per Level. 3 Levels

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We all have the students who finish their work early.
Go Math includes enrichment activities but it takes time to set them up for the students to complete.
These task cards make it easy for you to assign and your students to complete the Go Math Grade 4 Chapter 10 enrichment activities.
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These are 4th Grade, Go Math Chapter 10 exit slips, both on level and below level for each lesson in the chapter.

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Two game boards are provided along with a set of fact cards for each game board. Students draw a fact card. If they answer it correctly they can place a chip on the game board. Play continues with the next player. The first player to cover 3 spots on the game board first wins.

This video goes in depth to teach Go Math! Chapter 10 Lesson 4 Make Bar GraphsClick the link to view my other products!Chapter 10 Lesson 4 Make Bar Graphs HomeworkChapter 10 ReviewChapter 10 Video BundleChapter 10 Video Bundle with ReviewThanks for stopping by my store!Be sure to follow me to see ne

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Also included in:Â Go Math! First Grade Chapter 10 Instructional Video

I plan on using this card game in my third grade classroom with our math series Go Math! in our multiplication chapter following lesson 5. These cards include x 2, x 4, x 5, x 10, x 6, and x 7 facts.

Do you have students who need a tier 1 activity?
Go Math includes Tier 1 activities but it takes time to set them up for the students to complete.
These task cards make it easy for you to work with or assign your students the Go Math Grade 4 Chapter 10 Tier 1 activities.
Topic: Two-Dimens

Do you have ELLs in your classroom? Math vocabulary is very difficult for students learning the English language.
Go Math includes Language Support (ELL) activities but it takes time to set them up for the students to complete.
These task cards make it easy for you to work with or assign your