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4th Grade Read, Write, Compare Whole Numbers {Differentiated Number Forms}

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3rd - 5th
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  1. These 4th Grade Number Operations in Base 10 leveled assessments cover all common core standards for 4th grade number operations in base 10, including: patterns in place value, different number forms, rounding, addition, subtraction, and addition and subtraction word problems {4.NBT.1, 4.NBT.2, 4.NB
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Are you overwhelmed as you try to differentiate your daily math instruction based on “one size fits all” math assessments or exit slips? Don't be! These differentiated Number and Operations in Base 10 assessments for 4th grade Place Value for read, write, and compare whole numbers {4.NBT.2} can help you differentiate with more ease! Students write numbers in standard form, expanded form, powers of 10 expanded form, express the value of underlined digits, identify place values used to compare two numbers, and convert word form to standard form. Numbers increase in difficulty with each level.

Included are three versions of each assessment for three differentiated levels of mastery to ensure you have what you need for pre-assessment, independent practice, post assessment, review, and end of year test prep that meets a range of student needs. With the “building blocks,” “goals,” and “stretching beyond” leveled assessment options, you can collect invaluable data to drive your math instruction and give all your learners an opportunity to show true growth in their understanding of math concepts.

❱ ❱ ❱ Do you want a mini-bundle of differentiated assessments and worksheets for more of the 4th Grade Place Value standards? Click here for a bundle of ALL 4th Grade Number & Operations, Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, and Rounding Assessments.

If you want to use my leveled assessments as a grade level, be sure to purchase multiple licenses at 20% off per teacher.

What's included in your purchase?

✔ table of contents

✔ Standards Based Assessments/practice sheets for Below, On, and Above Grade-Level

* Set 1: Different Number Forms in a Chart Format with all three levels on one page (3 pages)

* Set 2: Different Number Forms and Comparing Whole Numbers (12 pages)

✔ 3 Unique Versions of the Assessments to be used to measure mastery

✔ All answer keys with detailed tips for understanding the standards and students’ mastery of specific skills when pertinent (6 pages)

✔ Ideas and Notes on how to implement Leveled Math Assessments

✔ A Standards and Skills Trace that links the below grade-level and above grade-level standards to the on-grade level standards

✔ Classroom Data Trackers for the teacher

✔ Bar Graphs for Students to Track Growth for 4.NBT.2


BUILDING BLOCKS (••): pre-requisite skills and understandings that students need to have in order to meet grade-level expectations (a.k.a. GOALS •••).

GOALS (•••): the “on grade level” expectations based directly on the 4th grade standards.

STRETCHING BEYOND (••••): “above grade level” expectations. The Stretching Beyond level provides you with assessment and independent practice options to stretch and challenge students who easily meet grade-level expectations.

Why should you level your math assessments?

With leveled math assessments, you can challenge your gifted students and plan for intervention with your growing learners. You have everything you need here for place value pre-assessment, post assessment, quizzes, test, homework, review, worksheets for independent practice, and end of year testing preparation. These assessments are perfect for supporting a growth mindset classroom climate.

I whole-heartedly believe in the ability of these 4th grade place value assessments to help teachers identify students’ strengths and weaknesses in math, to diagnose areas to target, and to help teachers plan for differentiated math instruction (whether you use a math workshop model, small group teaching, have to incorporate a math textbook, or plan differentiated stations for your students).


Related Resources

Place Value and Comparing Powers in Numbers 5NBT1 5NBT2 5NBT3a

Rounding to Tens, Hundreds, Thousands 3.NBT.1 3rd Grade

Multiply Multiplication with Whole Numbers Word Problems, Worksheets, and Tests

Addition Subtraction Multiplication Division Word Problems Task Cards

Division Worksheets or Tests with Division Word Problems

{leveled assessments; test prep; common core formative assessment; common formative assessment; differentiation; RTI-Response to Intervention; GATE}

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons.


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