# Fall Fourth Grade Math Centers BUNDLE

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This fall math center bundle contains ten math centers that are perfect for the month of September! Students will get to practice games that celebrate fall and the back to school season! Fourth grade students will enjoy these back to school math centers that spiral review skills taught in the beginning of fourth grade and skills previously taught in third grade. You save 50% when you buy the bundle.

Pg. 3-25 S’more Math: Multiples Game (4.OA.4)

Pg. 26-41 Unicorn Jumpin’: Place Value Game (4.NBT.1)

Pg. 42-53 Line Them Up: Subtraction Game (4.NBT.4)

Pg.54-65 Acorn Mix Up: Addition Game (4.NBT.4)

Pg. 66-83 QR Codes: Estimation Game (4.OA.3)

Pg. 84-94 Scarecrow Problems: Estimation Word Problems Game (4.OA.3)

Pg. 95-108 Let’s Grow a Garden: Multi-Step Add and Subtract Word Problems Game (4.OA.3)

Pg. 109-124 Apple Orchard: Factors Game (4.OA.4)

Pg. 125-143 Fall Rounding Task Cards (4.NBT.3)

Pg. 144-165 Grab It: Prime and Composite Game (4.OA.4)

S’more Math: Multiples Game

Each student gets a plate and all of the s'more pieces go into the middle. Students get to build a s'more while practicing with fourth grade multiples. Each time a question is answered, they get to take a part of their s'more from the middle. The first person to finish building their s'more is the winner. Students are asked if each number is a multiple of another number.

Unicorn Jumpin’: Place Value Game

Help the unicorns jump over the correct rainbows! Each unicorn matches up with a different rainbow based on the word form and expanded form on each card. Great practice for students that need extra work with place value with numbers within 10 million.

Line Them Up: Subtraction Game

This is a great game for partners OR a small group of students. There are two sets included so teams can race! Students have to line the cards up in order and be the first ones to lay down the finish cards signaling the end of the game. This is a self-checking game which is easy for students to play and self-correct when they make a mistake! I like using this for my students who need extra practice with subtraction within 10 million.

The acorns have gotten mixed up! Give each squirrel the acorn that belongs to them. This is great practice for students practicing solving addition problems within 10 million.

QR Codes: Estimation Game

Students solve each card and use the QR Codes on each card to figure out the mystery phrases! Three included. This is good practice for students learning to estimate answers (sums and differences) to the nearest thousand and keeps students engaged while they try to figure out each mystery phrase!

Scarecrow Problems: Estimation Word Problems Game

Students lay out the estimation word problem cards. They decide which are correct and which are not. They put a thumbs up or thumbs down next to each scarecrow to show which are correct. This is great error analysis practice for fourth graders!

Let’s Grow a Garden: Multi-Step Add and Subtract Word Problems Game

Each time students answer question cards, they get to add part of their garden to their picture. They add a stem or flower top each time. The first person to answer six questions and fill up their garden wins the game! Great multi-step addition and subtraction word problem practice.

Apple Orchard: Factors Game

Uh Oh! All of the apples have fallen off the trees in the apple orchard. Students put each apple on the correct tree that it is a factor of in the orchard. Great practice for finding all of the factors of a number.

There are 30 rounding task cards included where students have to round numbers within 10 million to the place value digit listed. Students round to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, hundred thousand, or million depending on the card.

Grab It: Prime and Composite Game

Students lay out all of the kid cards holding prime and composite signs. Then, they flip over one sunflower card that shows a number. The students decide if the number on the card is a prime or composite number and look for the answer on the floor. The first person to yell “Grab It!” and find the matching card wins that round. The person with the most cards at the end of the game wins!

Here's What's Included!

S’More Math: Multiples Game

Scarecrow Problems: Estimation Word Problems Error Analysis Game

QR Codes: Estimating Sums and Differences

Let’s Grow a Garden: Multi-Step Addition and Subtraction Word Problem Game

Jumpin’ Unicorns: Place Value Game

Grab It: Prime and Composite Numbers Game

Apple Orchard: Factors Game

Line Them Up: Subtraction Game

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