In-depth student record sheets and mastery-at-a-glance teacher record sheets make management of your students’ math skills a snap! Just say, "I can do it!"
• Student Record Sheets - Each Grade 4 Common Core State Standard for Math has been deconstructed (broken into smaller, measurable pieces) and written in kid-friendly “I can” statements. This series of eleven student checklists is organized around the Common Core domains: Operations and Algebraic Thinking, Numbers and Operations in Base Ten, Numbers and Operations – Fractions, Measurement and Data, and Geometry. You will also receive a blank checklist for additional student objectives.
• Teacher Record Sheets – These handy checklists provide information about student mastery at a glance. Student names are entered in the first column, and standards are listed across the top. You can simply check or date to indicate mastery. An additional blank teacher checklist allows you to monitor additional expectations.
• “I Can Do It!” Printable – This graphic can be used to spice up your record-keeping or in a display.
• Helpful Hints – Some simple tips make prep time quick and easy for those who download the checklists in Microsoft PowerPoint.
These checklists provide students and teachers with clear, manageable lists of what each fourth grade student should know and be able to do, as well as a means of recording mastery. You may download the file as a pdf (in grayscale) or as a printable, editable PowerPoint presentation (in color).
This product is also available as a part the Common Core Math Checklists and Objectives for Grade 4
bundle, which includes student and teacher checklists, multiplication and division facts checklists, and objectives.
Are you looking for more fourth grade math materials? Try these!
• 4.NBT Task Cards and Checklists
- These monster-themed task cards are a fun way to practice and/or assess students’ present levels. Each card targets a specific skill related to numbers in base ten: writing numbers in standard form, words, and expanded form; comparing numbers; rounding; adding; subtracting; multiplying; and dividing. Corresponding checklists keep track of students progress to mastery.
• Place Value Unit
- Parallel activities and assessments differentiate for two levels: basic and advanced. Instructional posters, hands-on activities, and practice sheets move students toward conceptualization and mastery of multi-digit numeration.
• Writing to Explain - Whole Numbers
- This set of 36 problem cards asks students to answer questions relating to whole number numeration and construct viable arguments for their responses.
• Math Facts Baseball
- Batter up! This whole-class baseball game will motivate your students to learn their facts. Each inning consists of four 36-problem timed tests: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. It is intended for students in third, fourth, or fifth grade who are working to master their facts.
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