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4th Grade Math: The Best of The Best
This simple hands-on activity requires only construction paper and scissor and will help your students to develop a deep understanding of equivalent fractions.
This short animated video lesson teaches students how to measure angles using a protractor.
Check out this collection of free printable fourth grade math worksheets and answer keys whenever your students need some extra practice with a given topic.
Are you looking for engaging multi-step 4th grade math word problems with answers to add to your upcoming lesson plans?
It’s never a bad idea to show your kids how math applies to real life!
Area Models are one of the best visual tools you can use with your kids to help them conceptually grasp how to multiply two-digit numbers.
Move over, PEMDAS…there’s a new sheriff in town!
These silly and fun math jokes and puns are perfect for adding some humor to your fourth grade classroom.
Writing about math helps kids to organize their thinking, use key vocabulary, and communicate mathematically—which leads to deep and meaningful understanding.
Are you ready to take your 4th grade bell warmer activities to the next level and make the most out of the first few minutes of class?