180 pages of problems separated into four Google slides or PowerPoint files.
Teacher’s guide with tips and tricks for the resource
180 page answer key with tutorials for printing (if needed)
Video tutorials showing how to access the files and assign them in Google Classroom
Support for using the resources from me
ONE EDITABLE slide in case you have something specific you want your students to work on
Spiral review of all that grade’s math standards
DIGITAL resource for use with Chromebooks, laptops, iPads, and anything else where you can access.
Includes Google Slides and PowerPoint versions!
Interactive for students to engage with the resource while reviewing important concepts
Number of the Day where students must give the word, expanded, and base 10 version of the number.
“Quick Check” reviews a quick item that students need to know. Sometimes it is a building block for content that will be coming up in the resource. Sometimes it’s a quick review of something they should already know.
“Spiral Review” is a word problem that digs deeper into the standard and gets students thinking. These problems start simple and revisit a variety of standards throughout the year.
With many positive reviews from teachers like YOU, these warm ups are engaging students in interactive spiral review of the standards!
If you are looking at this resource and considering purchasing it- DO IT! Even before distance learning, this resource has been an engaging way to have my students review their math skills. It's the perfect balance of challenge, and repeats skills my students need (like expanded form!), while challenging them with new fast skills and word problems! I am so thankful for the extremely high quality work you have put in- this must have taken you AGES to create and you are a God send!
Teaching with Sass
This is a great resource for review of concepts covered throughout the 4th grade year. There are a set of slides for each quarter of the year. Content gets progressively more complex from 1st to 4th quarter. I have been using this with Google Classroom during our school closure. I plan on using it daily next school year. Thank you!
I absolutely love this! I can't wait to start using it with my students when they come back from winter break on Monday! We currently do math warmups on paper, but they are very motivated by using their Chromebooks! I think that the manipulatives will encourage them to use the manipulatives that are allowed on state assessments. For those of you who haven't used it yet, there is a FANTASTIC video tutorial within the resource that gives step-by-step instructions for implementing it on Google Classroom (Pg. 9.) Thank you for this fantastic resource! It had to take a long time to make!