I am SOOOOO happy to announce that I now have 4th grade resources available! I have partnered with my sister, Anna, who has taught upper elementary/junior high math for the past 15 years. We are collaborating to create math activities, digital resources, and stations for your classroom! You are probably thinking… Amy… I teach 2nd grade (which is why I came to the blog Step into 2nd Grade), but I bet you have some 4th grade teacher friends! I’d love if you shared this link with them!
The wonderful thing about ALL of these activities… they have been used in an actual 4th grade classroom! Anna teaches 3 sections of 4th grade math every single day, and these are the activities that her students just LOVE!
We know that 4th grade teachers still need some visuals, so our place value unit has a place value chart and vocabulary posters.
With so many schools integrating more and more technology into their classrooms, we knew that digital resources were a must. Even if you are not 1-to-1, you can definitely still use these! Everything can be displayed on the teacher’s computer or printed out!
One thing that Anna always makes sure to implement is math stations. Her students get a lot of time to practice those tough skills while collaborating with other classmates. In our first set of math stations, all of the activities are review concepts from 3rd Grade. They are easy to prep and very interactive!
In our 2nd set of math stations, students will be familiar with the format from the first set, but they go a little bit deeper with all of the skills. The format stays similar, but the games and activities change so that things don’t get boring!
You can check out all of our 4th grade units below! Hopefully, it time allows, and life doesn’t get too crazy, we will be creating more and more!