I put together the "Finding Equivalent Fractions For Decimal Fractions & Adding Decimal Fractions" Assessment Bundle from the assessments that I created when teaching the 4.NF.5 standard. This bundle includes a group presentation assessment plus an individual written assessment and a game for fast finishers, plus reflective journal and observation sheets.
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This Bundle Includes an Assessment Lesson Plan, plus:
Adding Decimal Fractions - Group Presentation Assessment - (4.NF.5)
This resource includes two individual resources, the Group Presentation Assessment (with instructions) and then a Record Of Student's Performance during the Group Presentation, including the Rubric.
Adding Decimal Fractions Written Assessment - Grade 4 Math (4.NF.5)
This assessment includes the expectations of the 4.NF.5 standard and mathematical practices as well as a rubric for the students performance. The 12 questions are in the form of word problems and students are also asked to fill the model to show the answer.
Anecdotal Observation Sheet for Fractions
There are two per page and each anecdotal note contains the standard as a reference. Photocopy one for each student, staple together and then next time they are completing a task that meets all the requirements of standard 4.NF.5 record your observation and then use this information in your reports. I would often take a photo of the students working and attach this to the anecdotal sheet also.
Reflective Math Journal Sheet
The reflective journal sheet asks the students to reflect on what they have learnt today in their math lesson. They are asked to use words or drawings to explain their thinking and a second question that asks them what they will remember to take into their next math lesson.
Getting into the habit of asking the students to spend 5 minutes completing this sheet may be hard but incredibly rewarding once they are used to doing the task. Use it as an exit pass. :)
The information you will be able to get from them will be very valuable and it will make report writing easier.
Bingo - Decimal Fractions Game (4.N.F.5)
For the students to play this game they need to know what each decimal fraction looks like as a fraction, in words, as a 10's grid, as a 100's grid and as an equivalent decimal fraction. There are 4 different cards for the students to play with.
This resource presents children with an opportunity to practice, learn and explore their understanding of decimal fractions in a fun, collaborative, and interactive way.
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