# 4th Grade Math

4th Grade Math ideas and resources. Centers, activities, guided math, anchor charts, posters, games, assessments, lessons

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The #1 Way to Increase Student Accountability

Students LOVE to see their progress so integrate data and graphing into your classroom routine? Follow these 7 tips to easily integrate graphing and data analysis. Have students track progress in a math unit, growth in reading fluency & lunch data! Gather data for opinion writing ideas, graph the most popular snack or use a movement break. Grab a FREE digital graphing math lesson to use whole class, in math small groups or during math intervention time.

3rd Grade Area & Perimeter Task Cards

These task cards cover third grade area and perimeter math standards. Students will learn how to find the area by counting square units, finding the area of a rectangle and finding missing sides. They'll also learn how to find the perimeter of shapes and will use everything they have learned about area and perimeter to find the missing sides and area of a rectilinear shape.

Rounding 2-Digit to the Nearest Ten

Teach your students how to round a two digit number to the nearest ten using these rounding dice blocks. They are color coded to help your students initially understand the concept of rounding. The rounding chart matches the dice as well. As your students become more comfortable with rounding to the nearest ten, you can use the black and white dice block to test their understanding.

Launching Guided Math

This guided math launch guide will help you lay the essential groundwork to make sure guided math is running smoothly in your classroom. Whether you teach first, second, third, fourth, or fifth grades, this guide will show you how to establish your expectations and teach your students to work responsibly. The 10 day launch is the key ingredient to setting up a system that works.

Guided Math Set Up

Are math rotations a part of your schedule? Are you thinking about implementing them? With organization, you can get your groups running smoothly. Learn how I set up Guided Math and make it work for me. Setting your expectations early on in the year is the best way to have your small groups running smoothly. Learn what activities I include, and how I teach my students to be independent.