I use this with my students to review a variety of areas in Reading that we have gone over throughout the year. This keeps it fresh in their mind and makes it fun! Figurative Language, Main Ideas and Details, Author's Purpose, Types of text, and
I created this test myself from scratch.I have aligned each question to the Common Core Standards and the PA Standards (pdesas.org.) This has been very helpful for my students to get an idea of what kinds of questions to expect on standardized
R.U.L.E.S for solving word problems: A useful, easy way to remember the steps for solving a word problem. This acronym has worked wonders for my students. On my page, I also have a note guide that my students use to keep for their own reference.
This goes along with the PSSA Practice test that I created aligned to the 4th Grade Common Core Standards. I HAVE NOT made the modifications, but I have listed whichi ones to make and why. I did not want to take answers away in case the buying
Students will use a list of items with prices that they may choose to pack their lunch! They are limited in how much they can spend. This helps students practice adding money while relating it to real world experiences.
Students have physical items or pictures of each item (not included). Then, they use this sheet to record (alone or with a partner/group) whether or not it can be recycled and how they can reuse the item.