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- Spiral Review 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade math skills with this multi-grade level bundle of of 360 Would You Rather math writing prompts.We include 3 options: no-prep, task cards, & editable Google Slides** Create an engaging math writing station or use as whole group math warmups / math number talkPrice $25.00Original Price $36.00Save $11.00
Spiral Review 4th grade math skills with this bundle of 120 Would You Rather math writing prompts.
We include 3 options: no-prep, task cards, & editable Google Slides
** Create an engaging math writing station or use as whole group math warmups / math number talks!
Teacher Tip: Purchase for your 5th and 6th graders who need math intervention or to simply review foundational skills during the first weeks of school!
The 4th Grade bundle includes 24 topics:
Each topic includes 5 prompts - 120 prompts total!
- Multiplication as comparison
- Division as comparison
- Multi-step work problems
- Prime & composite numbers
- Place value
- Number forms
- Fractions - Part 1
- Fractions - Part 2
- Adding Fractions
- Subtract Fractions
- Decompose Fractions
- Add/Subtract Fractions
- Multiply Fractions
- Measurement Word Problems
- Area & Perimeter
1. No-prep* - all 5 prompts on one page for easy printing
We include an editable full page template, so you can create WYR prompts for your students.
2. Task Cards - create booklets and you have a reusable math station (recording sheet included)
3. Google Slides - EDITABLE paperless math warmups!
*Now includes 1 prompt per page - perfect to use as math exit tickets (see preview for details)
> Is this resource editable?
The text in the Google Slides is editable. We also include an editable full-page PPT template for .
> Which standards do you cover?
This resource covers 4th grade math skills. We include a topic list & standards list for CC, TEKs, and FL BEST. Please refer to the math skill list above.
> Do you include an Answer Key?
Yes. We include an example answers pdf.
> Does this bundle include a PowerPoint version.
No, but you can open up the Google Slides and select DOWNLOAD as a PowerPoint. All slides are in file, so this will be a quick task!
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