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Teaching ideas and resources for fourth grade teachers.

How do you teach your students about fractions greater than 1? I love this set of math tiles for mixed numbers and improper fractions. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem-solving skills, all while building a solid understanding of fractions. Perfect for math centers.

This math center for multiplication and division facts is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards to solve multiplication and division facts through 12. These math tiles are perfect for math centers.

One of the most important elements of teaching is providing students with plenty of opportunities to actively engage in learning with their peers. I have decided to start a five-part series of posts that will outline my favorite cooperative learning strategies that I have used in my classroom. I will begin with “Expert Groups,” a strategy that […]

Volume of rectangular prisms math center! These math tiles take students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards to correctly complete three volume problems.

One of the most important elements of teaching is providing students with plenty of opportunities to actively engage in learning with their peers. I have decided to start a five-part series of posts that will outline my favorite cooperative learning strategies that I have used in my classroom. I will begin with “Expert Groups,” a strategy that […]

Need a fun electricity lesson? Your students will love this circuit quiz show activity.

These math tiles are perfect for reinforcing basic math facts while building algebraic reasoning. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards to correctly solve one addition problem, one subtraction problem, one multiplication problem, and one division problem. Peferct for math centers.

This is one of my favorite math centers for division. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the math tile cards to correctly solve four division problems. Each problem is presented in a different format: division bracket, fraction, horizontal fraction (12/4 = 3), and division symbol (÷).

Need a fun electricity lesson? Your students will love this circuit quiz show activity.

Make a 3D cell model using a mint tin! The perfect way to teach cell structures.

Need a math center for rounding decimals? This set of math tiles is perfect for your next math workshop or guided math session. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the math tile cards to correctly complete rounding problems.

“Circle Chats,” today’s cooperative learning strategy, in another great way to get your students out of their seats and interacting! How It Works: Divide your class in half. One half will create an inner circle; the other half will make up the outer circle. Students in the outer circle can ask a question of the […]

Thanks for checking out this post on using “Four Corners” as a cooperative learning activity in the classroom. If you would like to view the other posts in this series of Cooperative Learning Strategies, you can find them here: “Expert Groups,” “Q&A Match-Up,” and “Circle Chats.” How It Works: Choose four aspects of a topic […]

In my first post of this 5-part series, I talked about using Expert Groups as a cooperative learning strategy in your classroom. Today I am going to outline the use of what I have termed “Q&A Match-Up.” I first saw this strategy used by one of my student teachers as a review activity before a […]

A great way to teach cell structures using Skrinky Dinks!

Check out this blog post for tons of excellent anchor charts!