500 Common Core aligned, anytime usage, Language, Math, Writing, and Reading Anytime Printables all for The Fourth Grade are included within this purchase! These are excellent to use for early finishers, seat-work, homework, morning work, and even to send home within a summer packet for further review! If you teach Third Grade, you can even send this home as a challenging "getting ready for The Fourth Grade" packet as well, or use for any of your higher leveled students that may crave extra challenges throughout the regular school day. If you teach Fifth Grade and have a few students that are in need of review, send these home to work on with their parents!
To see the sets of 100 Anytime Printables that are included in this bundle, click on each link below.
100 Fourth Grade (No common theme) Printables
100 Fourth Grade Superhero Theme Printables
100 Fourth Grade Ocean Theme Printables
100 Fourth Grade Space Theme Printables
100 Fourth Grade Camping Theme Printables
Need other grade levels to help you differentiate your lessons? Kindergarten-Fifth Grade Anytime Printables MEGA Bundle
The skills that are covered within each activity set are:
Math (4.NBT.A.2, 4.NBT.A.3, 4.NBT.B.4, 4.NBT.B.5, 4.NBT.B.6, 4.OA.B.4, 4.OA.C.5, 4.MD.A.2, 4.MD.A.3) *Expressing 6-digit and 7-digit expanded form as number names, expressing number names as 9-digit and 5-digit whole numbers, expressing 8-digit and 7-digit whole numbers in expanded form, expressing multi-digit numbers in specified forms, comparing 2 4-digit and 2 6-digit numbers with <,>,and=, comparing 2 6-digit and 2 9-digit number names with <,>,and=, comparing 2 6-digit and 2 9-digit numbers in expanded form with <,>,and=, rounding 5-digit whole numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand, rounding whole numbers to specified places, addition and subtraction of multi-digit numbers, multiplying 1-digit numbers by 2 3 and 4-digit numbers, multiplying 2 2-digit numbers, Finding whole-number quotients and remainders with up to four-digit dividends and one-digit divisors, finding factor pairs, number patterns with subtraction and multiplication as a rule, using the four operations to solve word problems involving intervals of time and money, area and perimeter formulas for rectangles *
Reading (RF.4.3.A, RF.4.4.C, RL.4.1, RL.4.3, RL.4.6, RI.4.1, R.I.4.2, R.I.4.3) *Breaking apart multi-syllable words, using context clues to determine word meanings, reading passages to demonstrate understanding of main ideas using details from text to support answers, explaining events and ideas (what happened and why) in historical passages, referring to details and examples in a text when explaining what the text says explicitly, writing detailed descriptions of characters and settings using examples from the text-plus fun create-your-own- characters to describe pages, changing the point of view from 1st person to 3rd *
Language (L.4.1.A, L.4.1.B, L.4.1.E, L.4.1.F, L.4.1.G, L.4.2.A, L.4.3.B, L.4.5.C) *Using relative pronouns, forming and using progressive verb tenses, forming and using prepositional phrases, correcting fragmented sentences, correctly using to, too, two; there, they’re and their, capitalization corrections, choosing and then using punctuation for effect, antonyms and synonyms*
Writing (W.4.1, W.4.1.A, W.4.1.B, W.4.1.C, W.4.1.D, W.4.2, W.4.2.A, W.4.2.B, W.4.2.C, W.4.2.E, W.4.3, W.4.3.A, W.4.3.B, W.4.3.C, W.4.3.E) (Each section begins with a graphic organizer that you can use with the prompts given and/or with your own prompt) *Writing opinion pieces with correct structure/supporting reasons/linking words/and concluding statements, writing informative and explanatory pieces with clear topics/paragraphs/illustrations to aid comprehension/linking words/facts related to the topic/and concluding statements, writing narratives with established situations/introduction of characters or narrator voice/dialogue, transitional words, and conclusions. (The last two pages are to use as a backside for each writing piece above as desired)
Math Games *These are for endless use as either a whole class or a center activity to reinforce patterns/concepts in a fun way! Place scrap paper nearby your students that are using these or tell them to use the backsides for extra space solving their problems. Laminate these for endless use or just print as needed.*