Great for End of Year Review! Also great for fifth graders to review and keep skills sharp! Morning work with a twist! Teachers, are you looking for a math assessment that is quick, targeted, and fun at the same time? Assess kids in math, make them think about the standards, and challenge them to explain their thinking! Effortless test prep!
This resource is an assessment that feels like playing a game! Four square math for fourth grade. At least one page for each standard. (Some required an extra page or two to cover everything.) Each page is followed by an answer page including the standard it addresses. Use these for warmups when introducing a new standard, as an exit ticket, or as a quick formative assessment to plan for the next lesson.
Use with fourth graders, as a differentiation resource for third and fifth graders, or as a review for fifth graders. Each page contains four situations, equations, diagrams, symbols, or concepts. Three of the boxes have something in common. One is different in some way. The difference may simply be a wrong calculation, but often the differences are more subtle in relating to the standard being assessed.
Simple black/white format to print and go! Your students will feel as if they are involved in a challenging game rather than taking a test.
I am so excited to finally share this resource with you and your students! I hope it will add to the pleasure of learning in your classroom, and that it will make a difference for your students!
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