Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Fourth grade. Get inspired and try out new things.
My students are absolutely obsessed with my color by number worksheets! I wanted to make a fun back to school version to welcome that back to a new school year while also practicing their math facts! I love that they can't wait to practice skills such as addition and multiplication while coloring fun back to school themed coloring pictures! This post contains affiliate links. I earn a small commission each time someone makes a purchase using one of my links, which helps to support the blog…
Maleah Pinyan saved to school stuff
I believe that children learn best through play and exploration. Here's a closer look the March Morning tubs for 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grades!
Barbara Whynot-Fisher saved to 4th grade
My first job at a school very much believed in the power of Morning Meeting. I was able to meld my Morning Meeting time into a tradition.
Melissa Van Horn saved to Teaching
Using the fourth grade writing prompts you can even encourage your child to practice their writing skills. It can be added to their daily journal.
Roots.Nurtured saved to Writing is fun.
All the best teacher-proven tips and tricks.
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Brittany Graves saved to ASSETS
If you are a new fourth grade teacher or returning back to teaching 4th grade, you'll find everything you need to be successful here!
Julie Melanson saved to Mrs. Allison's Classroom
Practice grade 4 math with these FREE 4th Grade Math Worksheets and print as many as you need. Fourth grade math answer key included!!
Sharon Merkley saved to homeschool
Are you a new fourth grade teacher looking for fun and engaging resources. Here are my favorite resources for fourth grade
karen dauber saved to It's Time for School!
Hello, Teaching Friends! Do you like using riddles with your class? Good, because I'm becoming a bit obsessed with making riddle resources. I've made autumn riddles, winter riddles, alphabet riddles, Thanksgiving riddles, and number riddles. So now I've decided to make... uh, riddles again. This time I'm venturing into some new territory, the upper elementary grades. 120 Riddles for the 120 Chart is my most popular resource, so I thought I'd make a version for fourth and fifth grade. This…
Gretchen Gardner-Nehl saved to Math