4th grade math games
Enjoy this *Free* four-page perimeter and area assessment or printable. There are four pages included, covering multiple levels of perimeter and area problems, including finding basic perimeter and area, finding missing side lengths, story problems, and multi-part problems. Answer key included. Enjoy!
Springing into Measurement & DataThis product is part of a larger product found here:Math Summer Skills Review NO PREP Packet (4th Grade)This product includes printables for the following:Measurement & DataSizes of Units (4.MD.1)Measurement Word Problems (4.MD.2)Area & Perimeter (4.MD.3)Line Plots (4.MD.4)Measuring Angles (4.MD.5)Using a Protractor (4.MD.6)Missing Measurements (4.MD.7)If you like this packet, you may also like:4th Grade Math Quick Assessments Operations and Algebrai...
Geometry is looking quite different in 4th grade than in years past. Students have to categorize and classify triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons in different graphic organizers by their sides and angles. This is a fun free activity sheet where your students can match the clues to the shapes.
Another site/link rec. from Dr. Nickie "Angles is a 4th Grade Standard in the CCSS. Here is a great set of activities to have students do in their math journals. I (Dr. Nickie) really like it because it is interactive, engaging and standards-based. Check it out!Types of Angles math journal @ Runde's Room."
FREE Download Area and Perimeter Task Cards 3rd 4th Grade Math Stations: You will receive 6 geometry task cards to use in your math centers as a review, test prep or quick formative assessment. You will receive 20 game and activity ideas. Students may have a scavenger hunt, play SCOOT, work in small groups and more.
This freebie comes with 18 colorful multiplication and division task cards, student answer sheets as well as answer keys for students to check their work. There are a mixture of multiplication word problems and division word problems. Students need to determine which skill is needed to solve the problem and then write the equation on their answer sheet. The questions cover the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10 times tables. The cards will work well in stations, individual work and for early finishers.