# 4th Grade Math

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4th grade math resources. Find the best resources and ideas for multiplication, division, decimals, place value, math warm-ups and more! #4thgrademath #math

Cubes is such a student and teacher friendly math strategy. These math anchor charts will teach your students how to use cubes and other math problem solving strategies. These ready to print anchor charts will save you tons of time and will help your students with their problem solving skills.

Standard Algorithm Mini Anchor Chart - Part of an Interactive Math Journal

These anchor charts make it really easy for my upper elementary students to remember all of the problem solving strategies I teach them like CUBES or UPS-Check. I love how clear and concise each anchor chart is. After I introduce the problem solving strategy to my students I hang a copy up on our math bulletin board and then give students their own copy to glue in their math notebooks.

These reference sheets are a great addition to a Math Notebook to keep students organized and making sure they are aware of the key concepts. Each tab has helpful information that will allow students to be more independent when they are working on math problems.

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Are you looking for some fun and engaging way to start your math block in upper elementary? Over they years, I have found some really great way math activities and routines to start your block that my students LOVE. Find some great resources and tips to get your math block started on the right foot!

CUBES is one of my favorite problem solving strategies. This poster set breaks down all the steps to cubes and other student friendly problem solving strategies.

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You will never have to make a math anchor chart again. There are 51 math posters in this set. Each poster explains an important 4th grade skill. You will be able to focus on planning and preparing engaging activities rather than spending hours making anchor charts. There are a variety of printing options so you can print exactly what you need.

I love getting my students out of their desks and moving during math class. Movement activities help increase engagement and encourage students to talk about math with their classmates. Check out this blog post where I share six of my favorite math activities. And, if you sign up for my e-mail list, I'll send you 6 posters to help you introduce each activity.

Help your students test prep with 4 weeks of word problems. These TEKS aligned worksheets give your 4th grade students exposure to all the TEKS that will be tested on the STAAR test.

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Long division is one of the hardest math concepts you will teach your 4th grade students. These math anchor charts will help! They are written in student friendly terms and they fit perfectly in interactive notebooks so students can refer back to them often. #longdivision #interactivenotebooks

4th grade math anchor charts - 51 math anchor charts to help teach your students key math concepts. Anchor charts are a great addition to your students interactive math journals or a great reference tool to post on your classroom walls.

Elapsed Time Anchor Chart - TEK 4.8C

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Are you looking for a resource to help your students become more independent during math? These mini math reference charts will help your students succeed by helping them solve math problems with easy reference charts. Students can easily refer back to formulas, charts, sample problems and math vocabulary that will help get them started solving whatever math problem they have in front of them. Great for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade and 5th grade.

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Help your students become independent problem solvers with these math problem solving strategy anchor charts

Teaching number sense in upper elementary is just as important as it is in lower elementary. Check out this blog post where I share tips and free resources that will help you build number sense in your upper elementary students.