This 4th Grade Daily Math Review is a great way to keep math concepts fresh for your students! I use it as a 10-15 minute self-start each day to help my students be ready for state testing in May. I use my computer or document camera to project each day on the white board, and my students answer the questions in a basic notebook.
Each day has five questions that are concepts the students should already know. All the questions are written in word form so my students are constantly seeing the vocabulary they need to know for 4th grade. In addition to new concepts that I am teaching, I also include basic addition/subtraction, or multiplication/division type problems almost every day to keep those key concepts fresh in their minds!
I created this to use alongside the Go Math program, so the concepts follow closely to the schedule of the Go Math program. However I have also used it alongside My Math as well. You can always change the order of the pages to fit the needs of your classroom. There are 125 days of review in the file. I find that with holidays, test days, and other interruptions, I usually get through about 120 days before my kids are taking the state test, so the 125 days should be plenty to get you through the year and either Go Math or My Math program.
The unit starts with very basic 3rd grade review material, and progressively get more complex. Concepts include addition, subtraction, place value, multiplication, division, fractions, triangles, money, angles, geometry, prime and composite, measurement and many more!
Answer key included!