# Class 4 Maths

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This printable Fraction BINGO game is a fun hands-on way to learn about fractions! SEE what a fraction represents and introduce the concept of equivalent fractions with this fun Bingo Fractions game!

These games are excellent fillers and even better for those early finishers who need a challenge! How about some good old fashioned Boggle? I found this one on Pinterest! Boggle on the Left = Making Words http://www.pinterest.com/pin/148055906474971474/ Rules: Must make real words by connecting touching letters. The longer the word the better, you can give points by word length (ex. 2-3 letters 1 point, 4 letters 3 points, 5 + letters 5 points). I award for most words that follow the rules…

(If you haven't noticed, along with my color coding obsession, I also have a small affinity for alliterative titles.) The past few weeks, ...

Not Your Ordinary Smith: "I'm Done... Now What?"

Need creative ways to teach division? This post has tons of ideas to use to help make teaching division easier and more interesting!

This anchor chart is a quick divisibility rules reference for 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9 and 10. It can either be slipped into a notebook or binder or enlarged for a math word wall. Students who struggle with multiplication and division will benefit from this reference because of the simplicity and concret...

From the beginning of the year until the end, these fun activities will get your students excited about learning. You should definitely go out and get some popsicle sticks for this.

I like this as a warm up

This giant chalkboard displays 25 important math symbols and their meanings. It's over 5 1/2 feet tall. The accompanying teacher's guide contains a variety of extensions activities students are sure to enjoy.

Do you have students that struggle with fractions? Try out this daily fraction printable to build their fraction knowledge.

I created my own version of math Rotations a few years ago when I just couldn’t meet the needs of all of my students doing whole group instruction. I found that my high kids were bored and not listening, my middle of the road kids were mostly listening (I mean, I was teaching to them!!), and my low kids were staring off in space. Not good. That’s when I did some research and decided to do Differentiated Math Rotations. Here is a quick overview of what I do. I am NOT claiming to be an expert…

5 Hands-On Activities for Teaching Fractions that your Students will LOVE!

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