This Mega Bundle of Math Task Cards contains 30 sets for a total of 720 task cards that cover all of the math standards for 4th grade for the ENTIRE YEAR! This resource is Common Core aligned but will work well in any classroom.
Here’s what it includes:
30 sets of task cards
24 task cards per set
A Recording Sheet for each set
An Answer Key for each set
Self-Checking Answer Sheets for each Set (cut and glue these to the back of the task cards if desired)
Table of Contents
Here are the topics included:
Multi-Step Problem Solving
Factors, Multiples, Prime and Composite Numbers
Number Patterns and Rules
Place Value and Number Forms
Add and Subtract Whole Numbers
Multiply by One Digit
Multiply by Two Digits
Divide by Whole Numbers
Add and Subtract Fractions with Like Denominators
Add and Subtract Fractions with Unlike Denominators
Add and Subtract Mixed Numbers
Addition and Subtraction of Fractions Problem Solving
Multiplication of Fractions by a Whole Numbers
Multiplication of Fractions Problem Solving
Fractions with a Denominator of 10 and 100
Converting Fractions and Decimals
Measurement Problem Solving
Area and Perimeter Problem Solving
Line Plot and Fractions
Two Dimensional Figures
I really love task cards and have found them to be an effective tool in my classroom. They are great for so many things, like math centers, as exit slips, for interactive math notebooks, and scattered around the room for a math scavenger type of hunt. The kids love using them and learn so much using this format
Plus, this bundle is a huge time saver for you as a busy teacher!
Please note… Although each of these sets can be purchased separately, this bundle is priced at 50% off, which makes it a great buy!
Want to try a free set? Click here to get a set of 24 Converting Fractions and Decimals Task Cards:
FREE Converting Fractions and Decimals Task Cards
Need other grades?
3rd Grade Math Task Card Mega Bundle
5th Grade Math Task Card Mega Bundle
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