Make long division a little bit easier using the box method! When I learned this strategy to teach my 4th graders I was like, "I wish I learned long division this way when I was in elementary school!"
Included are notes for the box method strategy
The activity aligns with 4th Grade VA Mathematics SOL 4.2c The student will identify the division statement that represents a fraction. For the sort, you may use the T-Chart in the activity, or have students create their own using a sheet of paper.
These task cards were created for review of scientific investigations, including vocabulary and identifying variables in experiments or given scenarios. There are a total of 20 cards with 18 multiple choice questions and two short answer.
This is a note and activity sheet for equivalent measurement conversions. My students have struggled with this, so I made them a nice notes sheet for their interactive notebook that we go through together and a corresponding activity, which can be
This activity includes a notes sheet using a strategy for simplifying/reducing fractions using greatest common factor!
Aligns well with VA Mathematics SOL 4.5!
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I am at a PK-8 school and the middle schoolers hold science fairs. For my younger students, I wanted them to really engage with the projects, so I created a form for them to record information, while also having them practice identifying scientific
Cute, assorted polka dot colored 1-inch circular numbers. Can be used for creating students number magnets (recommended 1 inch or larger, clear craft stones) or labels. Perfect for a "Where are You?" board or job chart!!
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Please enjoy this FREE Book Review Planner! I created this to support and improve paragraph writing for my 4th graders.
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"Despacito" by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber seems to be a popular song with my students, so I was inspired to create a new place value song using the melody to go with the new mathematics VA SOL 4.1 up to the hundred millions