MATH TALKS a Year of 4th Grade Mental Math Warm Up Discussion Prompts
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Math talks and number talks are a great way to improve critical thinking and problem solving skills in your math classroom! This collection of 180 4th grade math talk prompts work well as a daily warm up or extension activity when you have a few extra minutes to fill. They are designed to spur quick but meaningful discussions that allow your students to share their math thinking and reasoning with one another.
These math talk prompts cover all common core math standards for 4th grade including:
- place value (10 prompts)
- interpreting data (10 prompts)
- addition and subtraction (15 prompts)
- multiplication and division (28 prompts)
- area and perimeter (11 prompts)
- fractions (26 prompts)
- decimals (10 prompts)
- geometry (22 prompts)
- measurement (20 prompts)
- patterns (10 prompts)
They also include a teachers guide, 5 "Intro to Math Talks" prompts to get students used to doing math talks, and 13 "Mixed Practice" prompts for end of year review.
Download the preview file for a 15 prompt free sample (PDF)! Or get the sample in Google Slides form here.
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