I start teaching my 4th graders division with place value blocks. I use the Singapore method of drawing out the place value tiles. This really helps my struggling students. Eventually they see the patterns and transition to the standard algorithm
This is a 10 question multiplication assessment IN SPANISH with multiple choice questions as well as open ended questions. I use the 4 part problem solving model that includes the important information, visual model, solution, and answer statement.
I made this because I hate having to copy different facts tests per child. So each child gets the same page and just writes what facts they are working on in the corner. For example, they all start with x 0. If they make a 100, they move up to x
Thinking maps are a great way to organize student thinking. Great metacognitive strategies. I created this flow map so my students are able to write the steps of the area model. They can always refer back to their own steps. Thanks for looking!
This is an Improper fraction foldable that includes the model and number lines. I use the front page and half the other pages as guided practice and have them complete the last three models and number lines independently.
This is a 10 question multiplication assessment with multiple choice questions as well as open ended questions. I use the 4 part problem solving model that includes the important information, visual model, solution, and answer statement. TEKS
"Find Someone Who" is a great formative assessment after each unit or before a test as a review. I have included problems high in vocabulary not just computation. Each assessment has easy-medium-difficult questions including a few open ended
I made this game because my students love Uno and this game is very similar. I put arrays in the middle of the cards so students can self-correct if needed. I tried to include facts students have trouble memorizing. 104 cards in all. Lots of
TEKS TESTED:4.4E (S) Represent the quotient of up to a four-digit whole number divided by a one-digit whole number using arrays, area models, or equations 4.4F (S) Use strategies and algorithms, including the standard algorithm, to divide up to a
Daily reviews are a great practice for homework or as the opening for the day. The first day we complete the review together as a class. Day 2-4 they work in pairs to complete the review. Day 5 is the quiz. I design the reviews to range from 3rd