4th Grade Math

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Place Value PowerPoint
Are you looking for a place value activity for upper elementary students who are ready for BIG numbers? This PowerPoint can be used to teach students about numbers to the hundred-millions place. Models and place value charts are used. Students will identify values of digits, standard form, word form, and expanded form. They will also compare numbers and order numbers! This PowerPoint can be converted to Google Slides, and it comes with a companion handout.
the power point poster for teaching children how to write and draw with their own hands
the 7 fraction worksheets for 4th grade students to practice addition and subtraction
Fraction Worksheets for Fourth Grade
These SEVEN fraction worksheets are designed for fourth-grade students. Skills include adding and subtracting fractions and mixed numbers with common denominators, decomposing fractions and mixed numbers, and multiplying a fraction by a whole number. The final two worksheets relate fractions to decimals. Students convert fractions to decimals and compare decimals. These worksheets are no prep! Just print and go!
a laptop computer with an image of two ninjas on the screen and text reading rounding numbers
Rounding Numbers PowerPoint Lesson: Round to the Nearest Ten, Hundred, and Thousand
Use number lines to teach your students how to round numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, and thousand. This highly interactive PowerPoint uses ninjas to kick numbers up the number line (to the larger end) or down the number line (to the smaller end). The practice slides include numbers ranging from two digits to five digits. It includes 70 slides and a companion handout that students can write on. Third and fourth-grade students will love this engaging PowerPoint!
Place Value PowerPoint
Are you looking for a place value activity for upper elementary students who are ready for BIG numbers? This PowerPoint can be used to teach students about numbers to the hundred-millions place. Models and place value charts are used. Students will identify values of digits, standard form, word form, and expanded form. They will also compare numbers and order numbers! This PowerPoint can be converted to Google Slides, and it comes with a companion handout.