This is an anchor chart for students of ways they can push their thinking in writing. It has several thinking stems that they can use when sharing examples in their writing. This can be used in any type of essay or informational writing.
This is a set of 19 slides containing a vareity of story problems relating to multiplication, time, money and division.
Students will work in 2 teams to solve problems .If they get the problem correct, then they will get to place an X or O on the
This is meant to be given to students who are writing mini stories (supporting stories) within an essay.This can be used for a personal or persuasive essay. This is created from the Lucy Calkins writing workshop for fourth grade.
Students will love practicing their multiplication facts with this game!
Students will need to answer math facts correctly to save Princess Peach from the Evil Koopa. Each product they find will lead them to the next problem. They will race
This is meant to help students in creating new essay entires in their writer's notebooks. It can be used for personal or persuasive essay writing. I use it in conjunction with the Lucy Calkins fourth grade writer's workshop.
This is an anchor chart that is meant to be used when students are keeping writer's journals full of their ideas! It provides questions that they can ask themselves in order to create new and/or deeper entries that could then be developed into
This game is meant for a SMART Board and provides practice with estimating to find the answers of story problems. The problems use all four operations and are a combination of one step and multi-step story problems.
The games is played in teams of
This is a fun game to play at the smart board involving estimation and story problems. Students will work in teams of 4 to solve story problems that require an estaimated answer. For every question students answer correctly, they get to choose a
This is a fun game to play with your students when reviewing geometry concepts such as angle measures, measuring angles with protractors, classifying triangles and angles.
Students solve a problem in small groups and if their group gets it correct