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Are you looking for daily practice to develop your students' mathematical skills with CGI Math? This is it! This is an interactive bulletin board that your students can use daily. It's based on the fourth grade Common Core standards. I included cgi math such as "How many ways can you make..." and reflection such as "How have you grown as a mathematician today?" You can use it all year long as the different pages cover many of the standards. You can make new copies as needed or laminate so you can write on them with dry erase markers. I included a 71 page PDF version and a Powerpoint version for presenting. The Powerpoint is read only due to copyright restrictions. Just click read only to open it. This is a great packet for those starting off with CGI or those who want to take it further with an interactive bulletin board!
I put them up as a bulletin board that kids can fill out. I change them out as we cover different standards. This can be used as far as your imagination allows! Have fun and watch your kids become more confident in their abilities as a mathematician!! When you do this (or a part of it) daily, their confidence and skill grows exponentially!
CCSS math standards for fourth grade
Year Long Plan
What is CGI Math
The CGI approach to problem solving
CGI Instructional strategies
Detailed explanations of each CGI instructional strategy
Number Talk Sentence Stems
Inverse operation chart
Multiplication properties chart
Multiplication and Division
Blank multiplication and division to show inverse operation.
Multiples vs. factors
Counters to show mean, median, mode and range
Place value to millions
Area and perimeter
Equation of the day
How did you grow as a mathematician today?
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