4th Grade Math Homework - Math Spiral Review BUNDLE - Entire Year of Practice

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    This 4th Grade math resource can easily be used as homework, morning work, daily math review, or as a distance learning packet. This resource was designed to provide your students with rigorous practice aligned to standards with embedded spiral review! It's completely EDITABLE!

    This week of 4th Grade Math homework addresses:

    • Practice for the whole year with embedded spiral review. Over 200+ pages of RIGOROUS practice to help prepare students for standardized tests! You get daily practice and a quiz for Friday for a total of 34 weeks.

    Key Content & Academic Vocabulary: pace value, digit, word form, standard form, expanded form, whole numbers, millions, fractions, decimal fractions, decimals, tenths, hundredths, standard algorithm addition, standard algorithm subtraction, rounding, estimate, estimation, multiplicative comparison, product, multiply, area model multiplication, box method multiplication, expanded algorithm, distributive property, partial products, basic facts, related facts, divided, divisor, quotient, remainder, left over, area model division, ladder method division, partial quotients, interpreting remainders, pattern, term, increase, decrease, rule, factor, multiple, prime, composite, variable, equation, expression, multiples of ten, tape diagram, equal shares, number line, fraction, numerator, denominator, compare, benchmark fractions, equivalent fractions, decompose, fraction strips, like denominators, common denominators, improper fraction, mixed number, unit fraction, customary measurement, metric measurement, mass, capacity, length, kilometer, meter, centimeter, millimeter, liter, milliliter, gram, kilogram, milligram, time, hour, minute, day, year, week, seconds, inch, foot, yard, mile, gallon, quart, pint, cup, ounce, ton, pound, line plot, area, perimeter, missing measure, rectilinear figure, irregular figure, point, line, line segment, ray, parallel, perpendicular, symmetry, horizontal, vertical, angle, acute angle, right angle, obtuse angle, straight angle, degree, classify triangles, classifying quadrilaterals, scalene, isosceles, right triangle, parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, square, degree, turns through a circle, unit angle, protractor, additive angles, represent, define, discuss, explain, determine, solve, model, symbol, statement, apply, interpret, construct, convert,

    Why purchase this resource?

    ✔ 100% Completely EDITABLE PowerPoint version included


    ✔ Answer Key Included

    ✔ Assessment Included - PDF and Digital

    ✔ Rigorous

    ✔ Spiral Review

    ✔ Compliments Envision Math

    ✔ Aligned to Common Core & Georgia Standards of Excellence

    Check out the preview! You can also get 2 weeks FREE HERE so you can assess the quality and rigor before deciding to buy.

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    Save BIG with the BUNDLE! It features 34 Weeks of practice, including 5 weeks of Test Prep. Be sure to check out the Scope and Sequence to see the skills addressed throughout the year.

    What are others saying about the homework bundle?

    • "Best math homework or "spiral review" packet I have found on TPT! I absolutely love that this pack is made to review skills all year long and comes with the weekly quizzes! This is exactly what I needed for my maintenance time. I can follow along with the skills being practiced each week in class so that my students are ready for the quizzes and are keeping all their learning fresh all year! Basically this packet has given me a perfect road map of the skills to review each week throughout the year! Thank you so much for the labor of love that this product must have been! I am obsessed with it!" -Samantha H.

    • "I have bought a bunch of homework packets before because let's be real... who has the time? But this one is BY FAR the best out there for 4th grade math and we can even modify which weeks we use if we want to :)" -Catherine M.

    • "This resource is amazing for preparing students for state testing. The variety of question types are different than what you would see on regular worksheets, which keeps the students out of the repetitive computation mode, they need to stay on their toes. The Google quiz component was a time saver for me, as it allowed me to really see where my students were struggling. The resource is aligned to Envision math, which made it perfect to use during state test review and finding exactly what standard I wanted students to practice. I plan on using this resource as weekly assignments next year. Amazing resource!" -Andrea G.

    Week 1 - FREE! Third Grade Review; Place Value [4NBT2]

    Week 2 - FREE! Place Value Place Value to the Millions; Comparing and Ordering Whole Numbers [4NBT1, 4NBT2]

    Week 3 - Place Value to Millions; Estimate Whole Numbers; Add & Subtract Whole Numbers [4NBT1, 4NBT2]

    Week 4 - Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers; Multi-Step Word Problems [4NBT4, 4OA3]

    Week 5 - Generating and Analyzing Patterns [4OA5]

    Week 6 - Generating and Analyzing Patterns [4OA5]

    Week 7 - Meaning of Multiplication; Properties of Multiplication; Prime & Composite [4OA1, 4OA2, 4OA4]

    Week 8 - Meaning of Division; Relating Multiplication and Division [4NBT6, 4OA1, 4OA2, 4OA4]

    Week 9 - Using Place Value to Multiply; Multiplication Strategies - Box Method - Area Model [4NBT5, 4OA3]

    Week 10 - Multiplication Strategies - Box Method, Expanded Algorithm, Distributive Property [4NBT5, 4OA3]

    Week 11 - Multiplication – 2-digit by 2-digit - Box Method [4NBT5, 4OA3]

    Week 12 - Multiplication – 2-digit by 2-digit – Expanded Algorithm [4NBT5, 4OA3]

    Week 13 - Using Place Value to Divide; Dividing with Remainders [4NBT6]

    Week 14 - Division Strategies - Area Model with Partial Quotients[4NBT6]

    Week 15 - Division Strategies - Area Model and Partial Quotients[4NBT6]

    Week 16 - Equivalent Fractions [4NF1, 4NF2]

    Week 17 - Equivalent Fractions; Comparing & Ordering Fractions [4NF1, 4NF2]Week 18 - Spiral Review of Weeks 1-17

    Week 19 - Adding & Subtracting Fractions; Improper Fractions [4NF3]

    Week 20 - Improper Fractions & Mixed Numbers; Adding & Subtracting Mixed Numbers [4NF3]

    Week 21 - Decomposing Wholes, Mixed Numbers, and Fractions [4NF3]

    Week 22 - Multiplying a Whole Number by a Fraction [4NF4]

    Week 23 - Fraction Decimals and Decimals [4NF5, 4NF6, 4NF7]

    Week 24 - Metric Measurement & Units of Time [4MD1, 4MD2]

    Week 25 - Customary Measurement [4MD1, 4MD2]

    Week 26 - Line Plots; Area & Perimeter [4MD3, 4MD4]

    Week 27 - Points, Lines, & Angles; Classify Triangles [4G1, 4G2, 4G3]

    Week 28 - Classifying Quadrilaterals; Unit Angles [4G2, 4MD5]

    Week 29 - Measuring Angles; Adding & Subtracting Angle Measures [4MD5, 4MD6, 4MD7]

    Week 30 - Spiral Review for Test Prep

    Week 31 - Spiral Review for Test Prep

    Week 32 - Spiral Review for Test Prep

    Week 33 - Spiral Review for Test Prep

    Week 34 - Spiral Review for Test Prep

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Compare two decimals to hundredths by reasoning about their size. Recognize that comparisons are valid only when the two decimals refer to the same whole. Record the results of comparisons with the symbols >, =, or <, and justify the conclusions, e.g., by using a visual model.
    Use decimal notation for fractions with denominators 10 or 100. For example, rewrite 0.62 as 62/100; describe a length as 0.62 meters; locate 0.62 on a number line diagram.
    Express a fraction with denominator 10 as an equivalent fraction with denominator 100, and use this technique to add two fractions with respective denominators 10 and 100. For example, express 3/10 as 30/100, and add 3/10 + 4/100 = 34/100.
    Recognize a line of symmetry for a two-dimensional figure as a line across the figure such that the figure can be folded along the line into matching parts. Identify line-symmetric figures and draw lines of symmetry.
    Classify two-dimensional figures based on the presence or absence of parallel or perpendicular lines, or the presence or absence of angles of a specified size. Recognize right triangles as a category, and identify right triangles.


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