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Fourth Grade CCSS Teacher Resources

Fourth Grade CCSS Teacher Links, Resources and Activities

  1. Anchor Chart - Figurative Language
  2. Anchor Chart - Show me the Evidence.
  3. Anchor Chart - Where is your Thinking?
  4. Anchor Chart - Making Inferences Not Predictions
  5. Anchor Chart - Nonfiction Convention Scavenger Hunt
  6. Close Reading - Videos and lesson plans
  7. Checklist - ELA checklist for 4th grade standards
  8. 4th Grade Common Core ELA Standards Flip Book - Google docs file.
  9. 4th Grade Common core Math Standards Flip Book - Google docs file.
  10. Fun Free Math CCSS activities and resources - Each concept has its own page of resources for that specific topic.
  11. Free ELA CCSS activities and resources - Each concept has its own page of resources for that specific topic.
  12. How To Play Fraction War - Fun card game students want to play while learning fractions.
  13. Keyboarding Standards - PDF file that states what skills are suitable for fourth grade students.
  14. Lattice Multiplication - A fun and easy way to multiply bigger numbers.
  15. Free Interactive Vocabulary Building games - Use these resources to build up vocabulary skills. All are interactive fun games to play.
  16. I CAN Statements - Common Core - ELA - PDF file
  17. I CAN Statements - Common Core - Math
  18. Into the Book - Excellent site to review the basic reading strategies; a game for each concept students can do by themselves. Fun, interactive learning tool.
  19. Non-fiction Scavenger Hunt Worksheet - Print out this Google docs worksheet to make an exciting scavenger hunt for your students.
  20. Printable Math Worksheets - CCSS math worksheets labled with specific standards so finding just the correct one will be easy for teachers.
  21. Math Tasks - Use these math tasks to practice complex word problems.
  22. Reading Logs - Several independent reading student response forms to download.
  23. Storynory - Hundreds of free audio stories for children who can follow along with the text being read. The reader does have a British accent and you may want to talk to the children about that so they will be able to understand the reading of the story.
  24. Vocabulary Twister - A fun way to practice vocabulary.



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