# 4th grade math

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This multiplication chart 1-100 can be a great tool when teaching your child multiplication. It's free and printable as a pdf. Use our helpful tips when teaching the times tables.

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It’s already “Monday Made It” again and this week I have a few simple things to share with you! Thanks to Tara over at Fourth Grade Frolics, as always, for the link up! So…to get things started, here is my “I have an idea…but it failed.” photo. I have a plan for this little bottle… …

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Sometimes I lie to Ali. I say things like, "I've got a game for us to play today!!" When the truth is that I'm banging my brain against the inside of my skull

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I am excited to be linking up with 4th Grade Frolics again for Monday Made It! Of course my project is for school again! I actually ma...

Practice multiplication facts and geography at the same time in this fun third grade math card game.

Although factors and multiples are a 4th grade focus*, they are definitely something that we fifth grade teachers like LOVE to review. ...

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This is a fun way to add and subtract simple numbers on a number line. This idea originated from the activity that goes with Hap Palmer'...

Today I wanted to share about about using 7-Up to introduce new vocabulary. This is a quick and material-free way to engage students with words they are learning! When introducing a new word to students, our school follows Jan Richardson’s method. Then, we throw in a little 7-Up twist. It looks something like this –...

Oh No Fractions is a free math app for school age kids to learn fraction comparison with intuitive visuals, making it easier to understand fractions.

Update 11/28 For more information on this strategy and a Flash Freebie, (sorry! Flash Freebies are over like that!) please check out my latest post and store. Thank you! ******************************************************************************* Happy Thursday everyone! It seems like it should already be Friday. One three day weekend and I get so spoiled:) Just in case you didn't check back in on Monday's post, Gus was found safe and sound! While I was cruising through the weekend…

I have been teaching factors for a long time now, and it wasn’t until I came across a picture on Pinterest that I had an Ah-ha moment! The T-chart! Why have I never thought of this before? I have always modeled finding factors by listing them horizontally. Today, I used this with my 4th grade […]