This unit is the third in my Fourth Grade Daily Math series. Great for morning work or homework, this unit contains 40 days of Winter Daily Math for 4th grade students. These sheets are created to continue the transition from the third grade Common Core Standards to the fourth grade common core standards by the continued study of multiplication (basic and multi-digit), division, fractions (addition and subtraction), angles, area, and perimeter. In this unit the concept of decimals (tenths and hundredths) is included. In addition to these concepts, place value, multi-digit addition and subtraction, telling time, and money are also included to reinforce basic skills.
Some of the topics covered in this packet include:
- multiplication and division within 100.
- solving word problems involving the four operations.
- rounding numbers to any place.
- addition and subtraction within 1000.
- representing numbers in written and expanded forms.
- comparing and ordering numbers.
- multiplying 1-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10.
- generating number patterns.
- representing fractions on a number line.
- comparing fractions.
- addition and subtraction of fractions.
- comparing decimals.
- telling time to the nearest minute.
- comparing units of measurement.
- answering questions involving bar graphs.
- symmetry of polygons.
- identifying parallel and perpendicular lines.
- identifying acute, right and obtuse angles.
Each page in this packet contains two days of Daily Math, with five questions for each day. Each day covers various Common Core Standards, in the attempt to provide students with a comprehensive review of skills.
These pages can be provided to students at the beginning of a math period, be placed in a math center for independent work, or can be given as homework to students in need of a skill review.
**Answer Keys included**
Please note that this unit is included in my Daily Math Fourth Grade Bundle Pack, which contains a full year of Daily Math: Daily Math Fourth Grade Bundle Pack
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- Love to Learn, 2012