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These morning work products make an incredible morning work combination that keeps almost all of the fourth grade Common Core Standards or ANY state standards meaningful, relevant, and fresh for students! This can also be used for interventions, centers, bell ringers, and more!

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These lessons and activities are perfect for any third grade classroom! Here are a few blog posts on how I use these products in my class.

Morning Word Organization and Management

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-Number of the Day-Students use a four digit number to solve a variety of math problems for a spiral review

-Language Arts Morning Work-There are 36 weeks worth of morning work organized, so that students solve five problems a day. All language standards are reviewed

-Weekly Word Problems-This is one of my favorites! Students solve three word problems each day of the school year. The word problems are organized by month and all include thematic questions.

Number of the Day

• Written form-students should write the number of the day in written form.

• Expanded form-students should write the number of the day in expanded form.

• Rounding to the nearest 10-have students use the number of the day to round to

the nearest 10.

• Rounding to the nearest 100-have students use the number of the day to round to the nearest 100.

• Place Value Table-students can complete the place value table.

• Addition & Subtraction Unknown Numbers-Students should write an addition and a subtraction number sentence that equals the number of the day.

• 10 More/Less-encourage students to use mental math to find 10 more and 10 less

than the number of the day.

• 100 More/Less-encourage students to use mental math to find 100 more and 100

less than the number of the day.

• Comparing 2-digit Numbers-have students compare the first 2-digits of the

number of the day with the last 2-digits of the number of the day with symbols.

• Addition & Subtraction Fact Families-add the last 2-digits of the number of the day to create addition/subtraction fact families.

• Modeling Fractions-students should write and model a fraction using the first two digits of the number of the day.

• Time-students should draw the hands of the clock.

• Commutative Property-write two number sentences to show the commutative property of addition using the last 2-digits of the number of the day.

• Associative Property-write two number sentences to show the associative property of addition using the last 3-digits of the number of the day.

-Written form-students should write the number of the day in written form.

• Expanded form-students should write the number of the day in expanded form.

• Rounding to the nearest 10-have students use the number of the day to round to the

nearest 10.

• Rounding to the nearest 100-have students use the number of the day to round to the

nearest 100.

• Place Value Table-students can complete the place value table.

• Addition & Subtraction Unknown Numbers-Students should write an addition and a

subtraction number sentence that equals the number of the day.

• 10 More/Less-encourage students to use mental math to find 10 more and 10 less than the Number of the Day.

• 100 More/Less-encourage students to use mental math to find 100 more and 100 less than the Number of the Day.

• Build an Array-draw an array that shows the multiplication of the last 2-digits of the

Number of the Day.

• Repeated Addition-show a repeated addition number sentence to model the multiplication of the last 2-digits of the Number of the Day.

• Addition & Subtraction Fact Families-add the last 2-digits of the Number of the Day to

show an addition and subtraction fact family.

• Multiplication & Division Fact Families-multiply the last 2-digits of the Number of the Day to show a multiplication and division fact family.

• Modeling Fractions-write and model a fraction using the first 2-digits of the number of

the day.

• Telling time-show what time it is using the first 3-digits of the number of the day.

• Elapsed time-tell what time it will be in 15 minutes by using the clock.

• Commutative Property-write a number sentence to show the commutative property by

multiplying the last 2-digits in the number of the day.

• Associative Property-write a number sentence to show the associative property by

multiplying the last 3-digits in the number of the day.

• Distributive Property-write a number sentence to show the distributive property by

multiplying the first 3-digits by the last digit of the number of the day.

-Large print with extra white space version on Version 1 and Version 2.

-Three digit option of Version 1

-Written form-students should write the number of the day in written form.

• Expanded form-students should write the number of the day in expanded form.

• Expanded notation-students should write the number of the day in expanded notation.

• Rounding to the nearest 10-have students use the number of the day to round to the

nearest 10.

• Rounding to the nearest 100-have students use the number of the day to round to the

nearest 100.

• Multiples through 100-Students use the last digit in the number of the day to find all of

the multiples of that number to 100.

• Factors-students use the last two digits in the number of the day to find all of the factors of that number. They circle the prime numbers and highlight the composite numbers.

• Place Value Table-students can complete the place value table.

• Multiples of Ten-students will multiply the last three digits of the number of the day by

10, 100, and 1,000.

• Addition & Subtraction-students add the last three digits and the first three digits

together. Then, they subtract the last three digits and first three digits.

• Multiplication-Students will multiply the last four digits by the first digit in the number of

the day.

-Written form-students should write the number of the day in written form.

• Expanded form-students should write the number of the day in expanded form.

• Expanded notation-students should write the number of the day in expanded notation.

• Rounding to the nearest 10-have students use the number of the day to round to the

nearest 10.

• Rounding to the nearest 100-have students use the number of the day to round to the

nearest 100.

• Multiples through 100-Students use the last digit in the number of the day to find all of

the multiples of that number to 100.

• Factors-students use the last two digits in the number of the day to find all of the factors of that number. They circle the prime numbers and highlight the composite numbers.

• Divisibility Table-Students circle all the numbers that the Number of the Day is divisible by.

• Multiples of Ten-students will multiply the last three digits of the number of the day by

10, 100, and 1,000.

• Addition & Subtraction-students add the last three digits and the first three digits

together. Then, they subtract the last three digits and first three digits. Students should

know to subtract the smaller number from the larger number.

• Multiplication-Students will multiply the last four digits by the first digit in the number of

the day. Students should represent their multiplication with an area model and partial

product. Students will then multiply the first two digits by the last two digits of the Number of the Day.

Weekly Word Problems

Over the past several years, my Weekly Word Problems have become a staple in my classroom. I absolutely do not know how I would teach without it! The continuous word problem practice makes a tremendous impact on my students’ problem solving skills. Every year that I have implemented these Weekly Word Problems, my students became experts at determining which operation to use to solve different styles of word problems! The word problems also allow me to consistently review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. I use these word problems for part of my morning work, but they can be used in many different ways!

Each day (Monday-Thursday) there are three word problems for students to complete. I always require my students to solve the word problem with an equation, and we go over them together in class. On Fridays, students must write their own word problem, which requires a different style of thinking.

Since I want my students to be able to solve the word problems independently, the August word problems are primarily a review of third grade math. In September, students begin to add and subtract larger 4-digit numbers, while the multiplication and division problems are centered around basic math facts. I add larger multiplication problems in the October version, and by November students are multiplying 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers and 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. I’ve also added 3-digit division problems, as well as a few multi-step word problems!

Language Arts Morning Work

There are two pages for each week of the year, and each page organized by the day of the week. There are 36 weeks worth of practice sheets. This allows students to practice these important skills on a consistent basis. The skills covered include:

-identifying nouns

-proper nouns

-progressive verbs

-commas

-plural nouns

-relative adverbs

-relative pronouns

-verb tense

-subject verb agreement

-identifying adjectives

-identifying adverbs

-ordering adjectives

-compound sentences

-complex sentences

-guide words

-dictionary skills

-synonyms

-antonyms

-homophones

-prefixes and suffixes

Total Pages

300 pages

Answer Key

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Teaching Duration

1 Year

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