Why purchase this homework?
✔ Aligned to CCSS & GSE
✔ NO PREP
✔ Assessment Included
✔ Spiral Review
✔ Compliments Envision Math
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Please check out the Scope and Sequence
to see the skills addressed throughout the year.
→ → → Week 32 - Spiral Review for Test Prep
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This is definitely a labor of love!
Much like you, I wanted my 4th graders prepared for their End of Year Assessment. Many states have some form of assessment aligned with the Common Core State Standards
. In our case, it’s the Georgia Milestones (GMAS)
I found that the rigor of my homework assignments
derived from my adopted Envision Math curriculum didn’t quite match up with the rigor of this high-stakes assessment
my students are mandated to take. What could I do? I searched and searched and never found the perfect resource to meet my specific needs… So I set to work making one!
Each week includes 4 nights of homework, Monday – Thursday. The homework can be printed front/back, so you only need 1 sheet of paper per student! (SAVE on COPIES!) Parents will love the consistency of the assignments. Dealing with work and family commitments often leaves little time for homework help. That’s why I wanted my homework to be concise, but meaningful.
I KNOW how important spiraling is, especially with math, where it’s easy to “forget” content that we once knew. Spiral Reviews are included throughout the homework Sequence.
An assessment is included for Friday that assesses the skills and problem types addressed in that week’s homework. This assessment will also help you determine content mastery and will motivate students to complete nightly homework. The assessment is also only 1 page (front only). A digital Google Forms version of the assessment is also included.
will include 34 Weeks including 5 weeks of Test Prep. The price will increase each time a new weekly packet is added.
The 4th Grade Weekly Homework can also be purchased separately
✎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
My Classroom Homework Routine-
On Monday, each student gets a hole-punched copy of the homework for the week. I ask that they keep the homework in their notebooks/binders. They are expected to show their work on the actual homework paper or a separate sheet if there’s not room.
As a bell ringer, I like to display the answer key on my IWB and have students self-correct. I have a student-helper check homework completion for me so that I can hold students accountable for actually doing the work and not just copying answers. This individual awards points on Class Dojo for homework. I had very few students who lost points for homework. Once I’m finished with administrative tasks (attendance, messages, etc.), we discuss the problems in whole-group, especially those that may have been challenging.
On Friday morning, after discussing the previous night’s homework, students will take the weekly quiz. It has been paper/pencil in the past, but I’m transitioning over to Google Forms. (I used Google forms for other assessments over the past couple of years, and have absolutely loved it!)
I do not take a grade on the weekly homework… It’s checked for completion. My real accountability piece that I grade is the Quiz. It is directly aligned to the skills practiced on the homework. The quiz grade goes in the gradebook.
I started this routine using a Test Prep packet I purchased at the end of last year, and it worked beautifully. I plan to start my year off using this same routine.
Special Info about Google Forms Quizzes -
The Google Forms Quizzes are slightly altered versions of the weekly assessments. I love using Google Forms and Flubaroo to help me with grading. It’s a win-win-win when the teacher, students, and parents all have immediate feedback on assessments! However, in order for auto-grading to do its job, there can’t be any extended constructed responses. What I’ve done is rewritten these items types into either multiple-choice or short answer on the Google Forms version.
What you’ll actually get is a link to a page that allows you to make a copy of my original Google Form Quiz. Each Week will have a different link, so you’ll make a copy of each weekly quiz. This prevents any data sharing on our parts. You won’t have access to my student’s responses, and likewise, I won’t have access to yours. It’s a clean copy of the quiz for anyone who purchases the pack.
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