### Fourth Grade Goals Sheet (4th Grade Common Core Goals)

DIY your photo charms, compatible with Pandora bracelets. Make your gifts special. Make your life special! Fourth Grade Goals Sheet Grade Common Core Goals)

### Math Worksheet with Fidget Spinner

My boys LOVE fidget spinners. For my fourth grader, I decided to make him a math worksheet. All he/they do is spin the fidget spinner & see how many math problems he/they can complete before the spinner stops!

### Math Exit Tickets - All Fourth Grade Common Core Standards

Grade Math Exit Tickets - Covers all grade common core standards - easy quick assessment to plan the next day's lesson or math small groups

### How to Teach Place Value in Math

How to teach Place Value in Math with this easy game. Students use a fly swatter to "whack" the number in the correct place value as called out to the student.

### 5 Activities for Teaching Fractions

Fractions is a big concept cover in grade, therefore, with this activity students are learning about fractions and how they are written out in a more interactive way. Using dominoes gives students visual representations of how fractions look.

### 50 Ideas, Tricks, and Tips for Teaching 4th Grade

Figure Me Out! "All about me" math activity for Open House.Fourth Grade Fun in Florida: Figure Me Out!

### Kaboom! Possibly The Best Center Game Ever

The Starr Spangled Planner: 10 Multiplication Center Ideas

### Santa's Helper Math Mission

Get students excited about math and problem solving while celebrating the holiday season!! This resource invites students to become “Santa’s Helpers” by asking them to help Santa complete 20 different math tasks!! Start out with a letter from Santa and end with a thank you note! These math task cards are perfect for upper grade students in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. They are great for math centers or if your just looking for some fun activities for your classroom before winter break!

### Here's a Fun Way to Teach Fractions Using Pool Noodles

Make teaching fractions fun with this pool noodle lesson! It's a great way to keep your elementary math students' interest afloat.

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